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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD DECKMHIP1 Publlthed-by the Ltthbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., ful evening at Ite office, Sixth Street, w. Albtrti, 'And Department 1 2 24 B Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TOHRANCS Butlncu Manaqir CFrcuUtlon And Joh 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered 54.00 l year, by mail C months, delivered months, by mall Sl.SO 3 months, delivered J1.00 S months, by 75c 2 monthB, dtllvered 3Sc. 1 month, by mall 25c. changed i i often as dwlred, but both new and old resses mist be glvm THE. DAILY HEPA Cross Drug Book J. O. Rob- ertson ..Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny Allln; I.ettibrldF-o Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Buf- -fel Lunch. Diamond tt'Aro, Medicine Hal Assiniboia Hotel. D. Ferguson. Cra n tie Mur- phy Co.; Cranurook Booi" Company, Pincher StcCrea; Mitchell Drue Co........ .LD FOR SALE AT Westlake Broj. Vancouver Wide News Co.; News Shop 415 ;Granwell Street. News Co, 705 HIver 31de Avenue. Gratiy Uiie Hotel. .Co- hft'u News Agency. Book and Mows Store. 109A Sth Avo. West; World Newt Co. Plnohcr Station Edward Read. Ft. News Co, Ksol- den. t THE WKIKI-Y HERALD Ihjbllthjjl w.dn.MRjr la jilcht f n of '.he nowi of the locjri 1 sear la months In advajico ei-lfcewcul for great denl of scope. 'We iiohr of Apple hay nt'SpiiKime, miiltfosc Day Inml nml Nelson; Wli' a Swcl-lVspDnyfoV LETrnJRTnGE DAILY T1EUAIM) THE STORAGES ELEVATORS. I TOTE.' THE interior storage elevators for Alberta ate actually V located in Alberta ii would be foolisl.Mo offer comments. Our own view is .that if these elevators are iocntcd tolseryc the for which they- are-. LethbririgR. will be first choice in this province, location '-is ninde for other reasons Cnlar Svi'll be the" choi reasons, Cnlgary Svi'll be the" choice. There e 'have n :very indicolfpij that Sbntfie'rn' Alberta >v bumper crop this season. Should condi'tions 'reniaiii'good this crop "be harvested, the rnilroads have a big task to handle the grain and there will undoubtedly be a car shortage. To relieve such a situation are intenrl- cd. Why not have them this year, when they are required? Lethbridge is the best located point for the first Alberta elevator. IN who put ulp.Avillf Fty miles EN AND WOMEN' r ti community fifty miles____ 3llll of good oheer and speak worth while having. Such -are east of Lelhbridgc. For four have been and hmilincr j still .are Vsp'ulh' WHAT THE OF KOHES'TS MEANS Ontario, with tho loss IIWJ occasioned, liitvp brought men's iniiuls'to n inception gf tlu wise with which r.conlhiKi-aliou sptonds, c.luvusluliiiK valuahl< miliomil .often than not these lires hnvc been'occti sioncd by carelessness, such as tho fiiilure of scoiiifj that campiuj fires'are properly A.cai'c which n boy scout-frciji his Irmrmifi woultl not fail lo exercise is Use con sequences Ijocome appulliiiy. j There is soinelhingiuuedetl to In-ing hoiiit lo.lhe 01 nit men the need of lakiiiB-'precaution iu of temporary fires in forest amis, and a sensp of the iinportimcc'of forests in the untionul.economy will help -jii-rally in tbo inimite exercise of care. For this 'purpose, eomiiVfi tin- )ate dis- itslcr, the npproachin.i; Forestry Convention at Winnipeg seeins to be singularly in pliicci Prairie dwellers, from the their surroiindiiigs, 'pos- sibly do not size up the forests in (hc-locnl econ- omy. in tlip.scupe of Hie work-ah'd piirposes of the Canadinn Forestrj' Associiitioii, the reference {heir importance to the exceptionally iuteresfiiig; thus outlined: :Tlie lime .has IOIIR since jmsscd when on the prairie asks -incredulously whnt interest lie has in tiiu.wise Jiiniiagciiient of the .nation's, forest resources, The constantly incrensitig cost of lumber, the scarcity of fence posts, the sity of recourse to substitutes of one kind .mid another to take the place, of the products of the forest'which not long' since afforded him various comforts at reasonable rates, are clear en- ough indications to every thinking man that the proper utiliza- tion fif.woodlands is a vital and immediate issue with hiiii. Nothing can more clearly denionalrale to the prairie farmer the shortages which are being felt in the forest producing areas than the fuel that inferior grades of lumber are costing him what the best qualities did a few years ago. Canada's forest area of about eight hundred million: acres contains some six hundred 'fp'et of merch.antable lumber worth-perhaps ten billion dollars. Ryury year the'hfttioh cuts off sfjnite eight billion board feet, or about one hundred b'dqrtl feet per acre. If there were no fires 'whiitevev aiidlhe prescjtt rate of cutting were maiiitained the timber resource Would last the D'qminion a few years less than a'century. But fbrWery1 hundred fee] -ciit it is estimated tiuit there are board feet consnme'd-iri forest .fires. -These arc, facts which strike home, to every mail, iii'lhe whether he lives in or Western Cmiadn, apart froni the concrete uses of forests in the luniisliing of tiniber, they perform another very important purpose in co'nr serving and flow. In' this'regard a great adiitn stalesniun .has said that the maintetuuice of. the forest L Sal unlay, July a of-Glearivcut Modern Manhood. By making shaving so' usyj flie Gillette Safely Razor has.dorto.-mijc-h -to devclop'lhe typicriVmin strong, aggressive, succgssful Individual who .scorns-'to'dl'igu'tea his features with a bcard'or vlth an unkempt stubble.on.cheek. or chin. 'Shaving with tha Gillelte tajiw- but three refreshing minutes, YQU waste no time honing or or fuming In the barber's vailing rov. The Gillette makes home jbsvlng so easy and luxurious that It more a task, but an agree-; able Incident in the morning toilet, Yfrich lo choose. Standard Sets, Edlllans JS.OO id tollel articles, run from up. There, are over W.Glifclla ilylts-.from liVeiha IllustrHlon; cos) m.lton Scls, wifh joap Vnd ji'lbi From the .assortment fihtgh ycur. Hardware Dcue'rV or Jc buy a enjay it. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Ofnce Afro rACTORr, Jfiir' (jfllitte BulldlBf, i' -MONTREAL. L.IWA A iUui .iuey jiave-jueen-reusing crop's and hauling them unprofitable hopefully but patiently for a railroad" tlfeir own'district Surely they can be fermed sturdy we can respect and admire. This 'country is ricii in ..s. Messed with as intelh'gent and up-to-date class of sejllers us can be found anywltere in the west. Lellibridgc will be enriched when Jt is brought closer io-these setlleinents with the .0! the Lethbridge-Weyburn line. 'Fine jiew. towns will'arise" cover of the eastern .slope of the Ruckles is a mutter of life death to the prairie .tiiriuer. Without nit equable flow of water1 from the hills it will IIP. impossible for auy advanced system of irrigation on which so many thousands of agriculturists are to- i.ilay, looking for continued prosperity. BETWIXT AND. .BETWEEN -PQINT: VIEW will: velcbme home 'her. Premier, who takes his place with the Tj'est- of and a good tinny to bs JhVhope of radical Libernli.n, a hope for. election seems lo have been very muddv A .Tvonderftil bird is the pelican; .Hie beak will hold more than his tell can; He can bold InVhls beak j Enough to last for a week, 'And IM'.liko to know why tiio helirau t 'above .charming liltie duty la all tfce rase these fine.dayB; it ia be tng blamed -on one of tbe artists pi ttie "Oounlrj- Can Iti.ts thai Is in Him for .the-vacant poet laur fate's iu rr win