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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOVR TUB l.ETHBlUnGE DAILY HERAI.U SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 19H' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DEiEMBER 1W7 Publlsh-d by the Ltlhbrldi.1 Her.W Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful tvenirg at Its office. Sixth SI, Ut'nSridge, Alberta. W. A. T. W. CUAYLE-Man.glnj Editor JOHN Manager PHONE: Editorial, and Depart re ent 1224 PHONE'. Advsrtiilno. Clrculilion ind Job 1232 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES "S ctatsod as cftea ss deslrei but both anj old address roust given. HERALD FOR Red Crea Eros Hook Store; J. O. Belttle Murphy Co.; CriabrooS Grassy LaSe lictel. orison Co.: Jicf.son Kemp Coieo 'Co.; Ale.Tar.dra Hotel; Provincial Agency. j-le's DruS Slow: Kenny Allla; l.ethbridce Hcte: Cijar Plncher rtr. Mitchell Drug Lcadls. F.c-vk and News Store. 109A Mb Ave. West; World Xoxs Co. .VTes'-lake Station KdivarJ Dlirf.cnd Dr. The Wide. Medicine Kit Co.; Shop. 445 World >.'ews Co. Carmangay Clarence Hid- ja'mlcson N'ews A. D. River Side Worid News Co. J year In advice THE WEEKLY HERALD IB eight cr more pises, and contains a summary ol the news ol lie wefS; local and district 6 months in advance eOc ENEMIES OF TT' i 1 'HK n'mindment to the address declaring for free wheat was voted down, but the prin- ftrple iS (fuite-as lively as ever and the goveni- jlnefit need nol itself that because sn ever (obedient majority responded to the lash of the [party whip that the farmers of Western Canada going to cease asking for that which is an iesseutial to their prosperity. The government got to confront this issue and the opposition lyould be. Well advised in taking every possible Opportunity in bringing it to the attention of the house and country. Western Canada is not under the debt of There is such a !hwg a.s fair profit and no on Svill grudge the manufacturer this. Hut in .Hi figures given ihe profits in some cnses range fror more than 400 per cent, to GOO per cenl. It goe without saying that these exorbitant profits ha1 to be paid indirectly by the whole communiU and "must form ail important factor in brlngin about the high cost of living. If these excessive profits have any bearing o the wages of the workmen who help lo produc the articles Ihere may be a lillle in the'halurc o extenuating circumstances though not suflicien to justify the same. As a matter of fact wage are in proporlion lo these profits lillle affected The appointment of a commission to prob [ligation to the Kast that some members sitting I fiii the right of Mr. Speaker would claim. If the hyliole truth were admitted the emphasis would Tlie placed the other way. ll is surejv palpable to Eastern arlizan that when the Western farhi- cr is unable to buy that which he manufactures there is nothing left to him but to walk the streets out of emiiioymelit. A surplus of moiiey hi Western Canada is absolutely essential to the prosperity of Eastern industries, and when the .Western farmers are almost unanimous in. ask- ing for wider markets it is surely as liltie as could be expected that the support of the'Easl be forthcoming. Became the big inter- LSls succeeded in stampeding the Easlj especially [Ontario, in 1911, is no guarantee that they could (do it again, and it is hardly to be expected that lessons of this year will be Iqsl on the East- ern artisan. It is rather refreshing to have Que- bec lawyers rise in the house and evoke Conser- vative cheers by telling the Western farmer that doesn't know what he is asking for, but the ,iiay of reckoning is coming, and whether it be in >he immediate future of Eve years hence, the voice of the West will be heard to the furlher- inost outskirts of Eastern Canada. The Borden 'government fs hostile to the farmer. I SIDELIGHTS ON THE HIGH COST OIF LIVING. C PEAKING on the high cost of .living Senator Davis gave some very illuminating figures Us to the cost and selling price of articles, which f >nay be considered those of necewity. In mak- jing a public statement we may feel sure that the f Senator took the trouble to verify the figures he used. He slated that self-binders, for; which farmers are charged ?160, cosl not more than to to manufacture. CpckshuK plows, if or wluch the farmers are charged S180 to 5200, 'tost no more than ?30 to produce. Typewriters, for which people are charged were sold in Jarge quantities to the United Slates government recently for each, and the firm made a dollar profit on each machine. Sewing machines, for farmers were charged ?CO to 870, cosl no I Jnore than to produce. into these matters would appear highly dcsi able in the interests of the public1. Hut muc will depend on ils personnel' aiiil ils system working. OUK POINT OF VIEW Forty-nine more lives lost at sea. When the sea gives up its dead there will be a mighty ris- moniha more. A couple of weeks fur-1 liter susneus'a will develop ua lule of nerve cases the doctors be able to Sneezes More Fashionable flow ISpeclal Marconi to Col.) llerlm. Jan. ten years :o a was fined In Prussia for too Ibuiily la a inlet slrent nlpht. -Yesterday a petty Jury at! oiulau reused'to condemn a citizen. the same grounds The- demanded a conviction, ;t a prisoner (or "disturbing the ubllc peace" on the night ot NOT. but the Jury threw out the case a the ground that the police hail no uslness to attempt to control Ihe. me. of public sneezes. Hen Helptd Hsu Home TarrvUmii. N. Y., Jail. houghtlulness of a vriille leghorn hen i laying au ess al 'll0 cpjo'rtuiie j me Henry tt'c-od a five-mile j yesterday. had the henj i a basket and was rel'Jrulug trcra Vilttc- Plains. .When he gol on Oie rollej car ho couldn't find his pocket ook. While searching lor. it he eard the heu cackle, and raisin's the askct lij saw a newly laid egs. He osplalneJ. lo the conductor that .e had lost his money, and asked him o lafce the ess for the nickel The cor.diictcr willingly closed the Bargain, ssylnj that fresa CESS were career than nickels. You cau cither believe It or search or proof. All tlie same to muhl Competition for Mr. StorV Hoo.iilam, Wash., Jan. lusty, kicking Infant was deliver- ed by parcel post here today. The "package" which weighed twenty pounds, was sent by Assistant Postmaster Jesse Havens pre- paid from "Olympta to the home of a relative here, Mrs. Havens having been taken III. Miss Eva Smith, a postal clerk, saw to it that the bundle reached Its destination, th- distance Is about miles. "Man mates his own de Clares a Doctor ofDivin ity. Is he trying to taie the, -palm from Emma Pankhurst? Mayor Hardie and the Coinmls sioners don't seem particularly -anx ions to take-a fall, out of-lhe'est mates. What will tie-answer, 27, or 30. or I The sugresHcn that water meter jbe Installed In 'LethbrWse will niee the apjiroval .Qf the small bnj% .11 will then a weighty enuse fo ing. Lei us go after the interlocking in Tlie interlocking is international in effect and scope. It would be good business (u send men l.o jail who accept bribes, but it would be much better if the man who pays the bribe travelled the same journey. not HAI i neck more than one INSURANCE ACT'IS IN FORC wm J- 6 YEARS; THE pOOD JUDGMENT that dictates to proper use of whisky will prompt you to specify Royal Reserve.when once you have tested ilsmelhw flavor. 'Whiskey does not become mellow in glass bottles. Royal Reserve is matured in oak barrels before bottling for eight as attested by Government Certificate accompanying each bottle. For. the hospitable home, for the invalid, for the connoiseur and for the club; Royai Reserve is always the -premier ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA (CoDtiuucd Krom Fri-nt' ferrnce in the. rale accorning to' first.row cstenrts along the Interna- tiona1, boundary, the siTor.d is inur.e- __ diati-ly tlie numbers be- ''gin at the Saskatchewan, bbuiidniy. J_ '1'r.e. secocti roir starts with number thj 31, so that it Is readily Vnown tliit three ttnvnships tnc siisceptihiiitv o! a distiict, thus it ir.cluiifs eliminating whit is a bad fe'ataie ill hortli irum township three. The flat- Sir. Atfcihs' opinion. 'irr miiniciiialit; inrludM townships A SAFETY APPLIANCE and C In ranges IB, 17 find 18( Mr. Atkins says that the farmers ta'iing in New Dayton, Warner, in his-district d'o not InoK upon ihe Kiisesviiic and JicN'au. Act as an investment, although he FARMEI'.S WILL DEMAND FREE The election of Archdeacon Gray lo the noiv that it will pay every latin- WHEAT them Bishopric should ensure the success of the ier fur the amount ol his tafres many in regard to the. rclilsat times over. 11 is merely a salety iijf- bt thy Dominion government to re new diocese. He is an exceplionally able man. Uuancc, obtair.ed Ifom the govern- movi the duly on food proflucls, Mr Inient at about 6 pet cent. Atiin said that the iarmeis of the the other side, until their buying [tion will taftd 'slsteeii ycais, tul orced the inarksl up, and we j holders who dp nol (vlsli 16 withdraw would get same action in regard (heir money ivlie'n their notes are to wheat- II" the fovernraent only [drawn, are to bo allowed to1 convcit knew how hadly wt ncciieii an in- crease in price, they wouW not be ong in granting Mint we aslt ior." L'P I'D Asked as lo whether thtre had been any recent land sales in the south, Mr. Atldns replied ihat there hail not that tlicrc would never be very much movement in land so long as the farmers were1 compelled to accept E5c. a bushel lor their licin into four'percent: hoi-.ds. This ollrry ieaturc o! the new financial rahsarlion adopted by th5 gov- rnment because failure ol var- ous public issuts In 1813. II is thought probable I hat a Wr- her Issus ol about will ,e made later this year. These largii stims arc for expansion'b! tho railroad and cntip.! sVstcms 61 Prus- sia arid for other purpos- j thin from tbc insurance company. West tor.e to demand It, and Mr. .Athin racnt oiTiclats i'a) s. that the in Edmonton govcrn- trc.ited Will the thousands of meil walking the streets land it protects every iarmcr. H Ih2 that at a not very lar distant time. rilips allmv thcmsplvps In bo stailllicd- cities allow tncmsones 10 siainptci cut llio lie iho'jsht the argument that latin Old England is nol feeling the depression like are in the Weslern Hemisphere; and the Motherland is not high proteclionisl either. Re- markable, isn't it? The sale of the city bonds will enable Ihe finance minister (o concentrate on current ac- count. The capital expenditure account is now fairly well provided for. .amount ol the indemnity may he in- rerturlinn was obTctionable because ed against free whcnl arm Weslern prosperity but the "reeves Iho'jshl that in tr.e case 'ol the elimination of the some buncombe loyalty cry. it would he better to commence on a dut) en live stocK, it had cleaned oul small scale and. work up, than to he- all Hie slock in the co'.mtry, was a gin with a large indemnity only, to very wea'i-kneed one. and. did not de- be compelled to reduce it. serve any consideration Irom a thioV- OSE MUNICIPALITY SOUTH OF ing larmei. "We raise live stork to LETHBKlDOE s'eVl. not to keep in- the The- Warner municipality is the on- said he, ue are going lo