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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED'DECEMBER 1907 Publlthed By Ihe-Uolhbridee Htrild Printing Co., Ltd., ful ayenlng at lit office, Sixth Street, Uthbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A'. BUCHANAN-------________________ ...id ncfcqualii relief is nowhere 13 worth noting, 'The PHONKt Editorial, 'And Newj Depirtmtnl 1224 T. W. QUAYLC Manngtrig Editor JOHN TOHRANCE Manjgir PHONEi Circulation And 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered'...... ?4.00 1 yfar, by mall G months, delivered ti months, by mtitl 3 months, delivered Jl.OO 3 months, bj- mall 2 months, dc-livcred 35c. 1 month, by mall changed as often us fieairefl, hut bath an must to THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE-AT Croja-Drug Bros Store; J. O. Rob- S1.50 ertson Co.; JackBon. Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Allin; Hotel Cigar Stand; EinpreBS'Buf- let Lunch'. Diamond D'Arc. Medicine Hit ABBlnlboli Hotel. JV Ferguson. t Mur- phy Cranbrook Bo'ok CorapanT. News Company; Pincher. McCrpa' Mitchell Drug Co........ Vancouver Wide World News Co.; Xewa Shop; 445 Orann-all street........ Kewa Co. 705 River Side" Avenue. Grafiy Lake Hotel...... .Co her, News A'trnr-y. Book and Xewa Store, 109A Slh Ave. Wljst; Co. 'Plnonsr" Station' Edward Head; SI. News Co. Knol- dea.- News Co. .-THE WEEKLY HERALD PublUlied Wtdncsajy ln ,lshl oTTfnSfS tfeiti. and cttvtelni mammary or nans of the local and.dljlrlcc 1 Tear in 6 mobtin 50c 11- ninnrl3emeiit Wior problem. When 1 left college in 1800 I gave this piyblem careful consideration. I non- dereci on bow 1 might keep permanent help oivmy farm. I made jireparalions then-and there to ereot n farm, and since then hove had snlisftclury help. One ,mm stayed with me !l twelve years. The next mm. WHS wiih'ine ten years, made his liile nnd retired. The man i now have with me has been on my fin ni. and I don't-know'whether he or I -will retire first. My rule in dealing with hired men is summed up in the words of the Golden Riile: 'Do unto others as you would have them.do. unto.you'.'" Mr, Moufeith's policy is huninuc and commendable. He be- lieves in fronting his form help decently, and he nnds it pnys. Other farmers niiiiht copy.his example a littie more freely. TO PROMOTE MIXED FARMING i3.0' -S Us inten-sl in West- concern; should frictlon i" civic nn doing .the work- efficiently he is s ern Caimdn, where.il w-as Ihe -.pioneer business Recent developments would indicule-tlmf horse offence than is supposed. The 1 sentence upon convictions being Factories are either shmiin'tf down ju' .Ihe east for.a cmiple ot months or working on half time. R. B. Bennett will liar 1U he able to blame it on the Sifton government.. NVbile it is not feasible to undertake the .consli-uction' b'r n plnnl llus yenr, it surely woftld be go'bd business to-have pverythms in shape for: submission to (he people veur An- other year of muddy water will give city a decided "setback. The usiml silly stuff is being cabled over about possible rows in UUlcr on the 12th. Last year the. world worked up to n AiHTHUR MEIGHEN'S recent recognition-by gave some Conservative .newspapers, a .chanee to get in a quiet JlMje dig at Hon. Robert Rogers. The Toronto News, slavish sup- porter of Mr. Borden, say., Mr. Jfeiplicn is destined to be leader of the. Western Conservatives. Narj a word about Mr. Rogers He-is dropped like a hot the ac- quainted with Mr. Rogers linow that he cannot be'dropped as easily as that. Closer home we find the Medicine Hat Times, declaring that %with the west represented in Ottawa in official circles by Bun-ell, Roche, Bennett and Meighen it will stand in no danger of having It figures on R. B. Bennett's entrance into the cabinet, but the absence of the name of Rogers is sig- nificant. Is there a plot to get rid of the Minister of Public [Works? A HOT WEATHER YARN YARN abom tbe Weyburn .line being continued from .Stirling westward to Pincher Creek is again floating around m .pile.of the fact that Sir Thomas Shaughnessv and other high' ofhc.nls oC the. C. P. R gave a most emphatic denial to the report it was moving about a year ago. _____Apart from these denials, might we remark that it is hardh IiKoly-any person of acquaintance with the country, would be- lieve such n report. It is only a few years sjnce the C. P. R' spent a couple-of millions building a high level: bridge at-'LethbridBe end diverting the route of the Crow's Nest line to Macleod.. The P. R. spends money freely but wisely, and it is foolish to imag- ine for a moment they would extend the Weyburn line direct to Pincher, in order to save the distance between Stirling and Leth bridge, knowing that in doing so they would have to build an :pther high level bridge across Jhe Belly river at another point finq at-jiist as heavy a cost. This rumor is merely a hot weather story circulated lo cheer Mp n few downcast souls. n ipcressmg its attention to this country. Time was Hudsoii's-Bay Co. was not very popular'on the plains, at the present time it is mare modern in its methods and more. advanced in its_ idess than, ever before. Only the other day al the .annual meeting of Hie -company held in London it was an- nounced that it .would engage in the loan nnd-inortgngc business witli the idea of assisting IJic farmers wtio invested in its lands to provide buildings and live stock for their farms This is most important step and thai it is taken for the purpose of pro moling mixed farming was Ihe declaration of Lord Slrathconn who presided at the 'meeting, Lord Slrathcona explnined that It is proposed to assist farmers in approved applica- tions by. converting..their sale agreements into loan agreements, for it is. felt that by relieving farmer of the necessity 'of meeting installments year by year he would be- able to. .put his earnings into buildings and stock and thus follow mixed farming rather than tic so dependent as; at present on wheat growing.. It is to II to .advantage of (lie company, said his Lord- ship, that farmers should 1 not depend entirely upon cer- eal crops -bill go in for stock-raising, horse breeding nnd growing of crops for' their use. This fund should be n good dividend earning one and secure the perpetual continuation of the conipjiny- and also prove advaalag- eous to Canada nnd the Empire. With the'C. P. R., the Hudson's Bay Co. and many othei strong organizations behind the mixed fanning movement it will not he lonfi until the' ideal will have been reached and 'the day of the "wheat miner" gone forever. state of grenl expectancy of blbods'hcii, and wlioio an wioo tiling turned out to be n joke.. The NationnlisLs ailowod the Orangemen to pnvade mid orate without interference, nnd -the same thing will happen this year. A CASE IN POINT JHE GRAhN-GROWEKS' GUIDE, which is nn'out.spoket, Kdvo- cate of principles, advantage token up he experience of the Brunlford Cordafie Company lo poillt proof positive that Free. Trade is no barrier1 ft'industrial de- It refers to, the fact that hinder Which'the _ GOOD MEN GGIN'G AHEAD pRIGE'S promotion is not a surprise. He lias been Ced ta R R' and that he w- ,tmed to go highor was recognized by those who knew the man find were acquainted with his ability While we regard Mr. Prices advancement as a tribute lo the good judgment of the C. P. R., as weU as [o lhe lo 3Pnce. removal from Alberta is to be regretted. He was al' loyal to the company hut, we thtak.it can be safely a erled" ,tWt he always p ayed fair with OP individua s wl o the road. It is a pity he is leavi -lie was bfecommg intimately acquainted with the conditions in m division, and at a time when his influence would he helpful n ffcUi'tiesin lilc' southern His successor al Calgary, Mr. D. C.Coleman. has bad strik- .ing career in railwaydom. It is only a few years since he was Wr. Burys private secretary. Mr. Bury Mw in the young man ;.who had just lefl a reporter's desk in the Belleville, Intelligencer o flee, material for high service with the C. P. R. He was given plenty of opportunity to display his talents and now he is aeneral superintendent of one of the most important divisions of the road. Ihat he will go higher is the prediction of those know him beat. intit WlllCn Tl3C manufactures is one of the few commbdilies made in -anada which is without anything in the shupe of tariff ads'nn- The Brentford manufacturing concern haS "decided to' add largely lo its plant, which means the installation of at least one Queer (Detroit Frse .An Ohio nmn to know what s good for po'ato buss. Imagine wandnfr to be good to potato hugs. And, the Heat ia Torrid' (Punchl us bo patient, thoiigU the heat Is lonid, 'as we mop ih-s much-pe-repirins forehead, Determined not to he fainthearted croakora, Think of the sufferings of Xed stokorB." Phillips Thompson ts Sore on Toronto .A (London Advertiser) The following Is. a commnnicatiou received, by the AdVerttF.er: "Vour recent editorial oil Toronto 1 read with much satisfaction. I 'am glnd to see that people in other parts of Ontario are beginning to aizo up overgrown tunior on the bod c correctly, as the most narrow minded, reactionary, and self-concel Gd community in Canada. Toronto i deservedly n byword and laughing stock all over tho American contir ent. PlHUjlPS THOMPSON. "Oakville, Ont." jAccoptlnj the Blame "1'-wai iool 6ver to marry you" B obb -Mrs; W Inks. BaTd Winks, iiobly, "1 can not pornjtt you (o tak'o tho blaiae for thst. 'It was 1 who was the Tool for ever aekihg you. The mis- take was. apt yours, lint Honcaty sal jf the office boy to his ent- Ptoyer.. Vfi sy'iv. Itnow verj well l.h my roniljy I'iBrfcc't health I ask you to off' this afternoon .o go to tile the boss, "you arp. flntli-dy too honest. 1 have my suspicions of- you. You are tired." .Ki'press. Uw ciooa service, Up.' Stumors, The 'Deni'lct. ton llnc.cari bffjr all thriiT. Only one-clai. .of cabin' ini .third- cirrted.- TO or.from Europe. 'Don't book b'o- -aBklno.'. otir ratei. Any can v' H. -E. General Agent Phone M-5312 He The hod no Mea pro- fanity wna ao provnloqt .till I bognu to ilrlve a car. HIl hear-much of it on tho road; Tho nearly avery one I biimii into au-cura. trlzhtdilly "link. "Von'i-c i In your The Rlabl Sort of Talk lor the Farnio BiJokesraan .Review) American farmers raiaa belt wine than 50 years ago; do thej also better children? The wives o V'merlcan farraets toil almost'as hart IB their grandmothers; do they fine, he farm a more desirable place of-re idehce. tlioir home life ther woeter and more enjoyable? The country feels proud of th real advances in aclefltfrtc ngricul ure made by-American Farming f a matprial-that yqu .ca'u. light Bafoly natches t- Money do'you-make aak- cd n nmgiEtrate beloi'v, iytiom Ital- ian organ Erindor.appeared, charging ii follow musician hreaklng -hie instfduiont. "Twenty-live 'n-ai tba an- swer. cxcia'tme'd" tlie.'ninglitrato. "J35-a H-eck tor. grladliig an "No, sarc; not tor grind; lor shut up and so aivijri'V-Ilarphr'f.Waoklr, Envy is vulgar [o dress SB to nt- trnct attention'on tiie "Isn't "1 snw -MlSB Knohbj- EotnB down tho street .vestcnlny in a gown which caused every man she passed to turn 1 wonder who IB luid look nt he'r. Suro enough THEY'KE OFF AGAIN IN THE BLAKANS, Bulaarlan troopt In defending their post of their former allieB, tlie Greeks and Servians' Cheap Lots igalnit the at- fxits In Blocks 170, 171-anil 17! each. 87 eacli Block I In Block tjatf. In Block in Block Lots In Block 53 100 5650 J-ISO 102 H00 Ixils in FllrxTh 1-ofs in Pfoc'k Lots In Block I.oti In tllooK In Block-' Lota in BIoe.k In Mock llji .119 191) 1500 Terms, third cash, balance one and. two, years C.P.K. Rcany-rnaae Farm, at Irrigable Land For full particulars apply Wilson Sole Agenti, C.P.R. Co. Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hbtel ;