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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LFriiBUIDGE DAILY HEKALD- Tuesclay, ItHS LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD N ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1K7 by Uihbridfe HerilJ Printing Co., L.W., law- ful oMct, Sixth Street, AlktrU, Canatfa. W. A. BUCHANAN Director ,T. W. QUAYLE PHONE: 'l And Newt Department 1224 JOHN TOR3ANCE PHONE! Cfrculit'cn And 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 j-ear delivered.....', '1 year, or 6 mantis, delivered 6 months, or mall.....JI.6D J months, delivered 3 aontbs. mall......75c S months, delivered 3k. rmonln. by mill ......25c. chuayed is ottsa bait" ntir ana eld idirexies be glvtn THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE At Cross Dnis Bros- Boot Store; J. Vancouver World, ertwn Co.; Kews Co.; News stop. Co.; Aleiandra. Hotel; Peo-' Graunell Street pie's Drugstore; Cisar [Like, Hotel. i .Co- -ten Agency- Book- ana' Store, lOSAVth' Ave. West; World Co. fet Lunch. D is mend D'ATC. Medicine Hat Afslnlbota Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mar-- pby Co.; Craabrooi Book Company. Ne-xs Pincntr Station Edward "Read." it. Xews Co. Oen. Mitchell Drug Co. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wedntsday in eight ofmore Bnd coalalna a sycuaBrjr ol thfr neirs ol irertw local anS disxriel -1 year in 6'months In adrance 50c oil the farm maguotizes the man who is worth not liis suit, but also three square meals a day, good ami a few trim-. jniugs.' Mr.'C'.hrk.'of'Ohio, begins to see the ival weeds i lip i (iood farm iubur.van jjc mainlaiiK'd by :i! !least that is the experience ytllu- faniiers who hayc a !pUlH. T11RKK OF THE MOST VAMOVS Klttmil SVFFKAGKTfEii" FINANCIAL STRINGENCY HBCALGAllY XKWSTKl.EC.UAM seeks to relieve memory stringency by proposing that Ihc Dominion govern .s-.'sil should lojn to the p'eopb of this province leu million dollai s 1l does not include .the other western provinces in making ill. position, but if Premier Bordcn and his colleagues were to .v'i; sidtr the idea seriously they would be compelled to include j tobii, Saskatchewan, Kritish Columbia and probably Ihe iMI1. provinces of Use Dominion as well as Alberta, in their cal.uii- lions, for-the money tightness, it must be remembered, is i'-.l I confined lo AlhviUi, or lo Western Cciuuda; but to the uhi1" country. L'nmieslionably ten million dollars .would slart f at up at the commcnccutpq'l! ml ibrin companies, il is true, have'cjoso'd dovvn upon _ J MONEY TO MOVE THE CROP' I X.A "YEAR of light money a problem facing .the country is the moving of -Will there bevirioney enough it? is a question frequently asked just now. Undoubtedly' theibanUs 'are preparing harvest season.1: These preparations may be one of .the.causes of .Ihe.stringency of iiipuey. al-the prcsent.limp! A weslern corrcspoirdent of a Toronto paper declares' Already the arrangements are well in hand for the moving of this year's crop.i '.The railways nothing undone to Safeguard againsl the occurrence' of a grain blockade. Never before has "the whole trans-.: portation system such a-state of preparedness the handling of the All records have been outdone in rolling stock. and motive, power, nalce the prcsr ent year notable is I crop mover. merit, taken part.in leading -British bants, which will ex tend credittji, the'jtnigunt of, I. 000, the money tb'lrc'used during'the-crop periods. Afuch wheat is held up every win- ter, owing lo-the.close of .and'other causes.- The british.loans will be mitde-lhraiiffi .Canadian banks by. means of.ninety-day exchange-bills, on the security of warehouse receipts.and b'ilisVof ladi.ng. The exchange .'bills will bc.ftnewahie for a if. ani in'suchi casK, well beyond the' opening of t! of-grain-fpr.-Exirope the-spring. is encouraging, "ira'ssures'thc farmer an'd the business man Ural there is every hope, returns wiii be received for. the corriihg and.a a'.looser, nioney situation comes through'-llw.existing clouds on Hie: financial horizon.. With a good crop.'a quipk. mov.ernenf and a heller and staljlS price sec con> -ditions" very much improved. i--; questions- thai Banks ai I loans, owing Ib the eMSliiif; stringency, :md IheYtf wdiild be de- i vclopmcnt operations were there money lo be had.' million dollars placed in Alberlq would be quicklv gobbled up. because 1; they are few who (to not feel the uceii of more 'nionev !hey i have at present. .However, the money could not be "advanced, except lo reliable people for legitimate purposes. Tlie govcjii- ni'enl could not be expected to advance ten million dullnrs, with life possibility thai even a poriion of it would enter. into siiccula live transac-lions .like suburban real estate.' There arc cerlainlj legitimate purposes -for -'which it could be. for insiaucc- relieving municipalities' unable to carry "on necessary liiip'iwe-' men Is, owing to their 'inability to dispose of enable farmers .to purchase live slock lo enable Iheiu lo cnlc into mixed Farming 'or fo. carry on the necessary work of ttw farm as it exists al present. It is luirdh scriously.coiisider the prouositio'n, mean .a loan 'that would "almost necessarily "have to serve whole .-And-by' the way, is not theiDoimnion money iiow'irif.circuraligifaiid'bcing used. depositerl bank _itfid certainly- :is .using it' for. loans.. Tl.iaFlnnses (he Their daring epcapaacs- havo made thp "Cat anti MOUJC." j failure-'Tho Z [orce tbc j hunger-si rikius euffiageUes o-jl ol keujiJiig strins-oa hon- marking -Qieiji for lll-ileaUH ct." It Is needless say that they arc .back within a' weeJf. iyg dsain then iiiany money is n.i.illle horrowiny arid spCL'ulau'vc investments, r _ farms arc forhnosl all they free, _ will carrv, to Ilic craze for'liuvingivfVre: .lartd and' erness' iV.biiV; all. kinds, of machinery-. .-The scarcitj; 'of monev is' beneficial in.tlus regahVasat 1 tio eagerness' of cconomv.noVand we hopcfoKull n Ux.-imu.-h _ fcel hke KEEPING GOOD FARM HELP, FARM LABOR is.one of Jhe. prtbiems the'farmer hasjo face year, solution's have offered .Clark of Findiay, forth the jnost nm'el_nielhpd.' He has several acres .for tlie.tn'anl of In order to. Aiakc more radiant the .'dusty diiirjiitionfl of farm labor.'Mn Clark offers the following lo man'who will take a job with him: 1.'A riding cultivator to save-.walking', 2. A sun umbrella to keep off Ih? sun's rays. 3. Plenty of slerilized'ice w'aler to Ice cream other day. Conunenu'ng-on'this offer the says: "No niiiiiioE! is 'of a hammock for pickjng berries, an ekclric'fan attachment for a copy of 'Capital In- .vesfiiienUi in Canada' for after the evening meal, a corn-cob pipe Or of a: little something in the sterilized ice water. Bui Mr..Clark and sliH'other allurements agricullura -Bult fiyhling latest achieveme'rit '.of 'n Medicine Hat uisif iiiust be a' bearish market iii.Uie'Hai. 'loo '.-4: {.-f en always iii'l -iiThe city council worked .in shirt sleeves nies would Vfrkea' had The Glrl_an'd the Poii'cema'ri frdronto j. M'lien a on the stree' t young man why fa shc" Bret policem wi'tbVuV-wvolvfDg berserf'-ib nil ktQtls'of ougSt (tee to 'asV 2 t i fasljer'who I a: J ij....; Sen .This' "wiled a :cscape.f.rom nuisance.-'Eve'ry man In In n'oe'd to, But If a yomig woman' to a wllrejuaa.fa f-ainrit this kind Is required court aad -jive. ovHenrS "tte'ra'an who up with--' a great Ueii.be'ro're.'sht'.TtHI ftcptal to R .policeman. Tie othef t! "girl ,vh.o Caught jrotcction. In.' tlila. saw her'.l.j ,1 f.-.iii u: court, bu !-M' offing '.f. i-.4 lilatj' Of t- arf'-tir- iavolved- i11 denly by the libns, let with 'development; money loosens the lesson should have becn'learncd, and the' ect should be to proceed along always: remembenng wheat cutting at Magra'ih'amr.coaj mining al.L bridge and through the district, Alberla should be lo'put a'quietus on the a bifiher price prevails on grain mai'ket U.iaii bo'sel afloat in Alberta, 'and mil I will be used-largelv to pay Blainiiqre on Thursday. he'an Oddfellow weather: csocciallv if thev had a nichic every- daS'? along until economy and planning comes lo us, wisely and earefullyf "Sliould financial.conditions' after harvest-continue.to be as bad as at position of a.loan can'be advanced with a grealcr.'possibility of t being Turning lo the local situation, the Herald of faci lhat.Ihe money was soon hvo concerns'.'albng in., ihc cily who borrow from. thehV bbiifc" T on the iinderslamlinrthai bonds would be sold to.pay. from Lcthlmdge; Miss Lillian indebtedness. If it were possible (o sell (hcse bondsj Ibis slmv Ihe stuff Alberta lady school'teachers are medc seems hardly right, but it i.s IIT "il wo d especially if.tjiey.had a picnic everyrtjay? turned Mine Saturday looks' gooS'to'LcuifinJgc'imerclianls. Thei'husmess done in attested the sapps aati josls oVe'ry nor ex'pect- .a.'TprdI.elther haring to appear there- feveBi as We .br ue sh'op' w ihej. ;w5fii sppre- of hchisl' "iod uorinal Ue'ibad- we'.pf tho'fnstltuttpi'tof apy rhaJcrc'r. Nor 'do' girls. no emcloyere.tQ roaj' ol.siire' faitijies vwllf back ijieih up ani sei to prosecute! maahers court.- A girl, any to a policeman loSrld Ma'v 'Average l" tfeeve. The along the 'lines, Itbdrer's job is-nol suffl'tieiitly.-altrnclive, Tha is partly-.why Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberln anc provinces are calling in vain for help- Mr. F. Mnclcim yeurs ago struck thekp.ynqifc-.orinc situation with his which duly became.embedded in Canada's pastoral his- iltorj'j.'IrVhere slwll lliehited man wash his The hired man too nuwh of. a, side issue ia the matter of comforts. Many rfa'riiiersMiiink only of the greatest amounf, pf work.lo in the least.atrtovinl of time. Being human and masculine, Ihe ____ witurally.objects'lo, lift Squeezing process.- Hoeing, November i..t.._.. _.., :L.'......-., tjcccmber January February March April Mny moclation. In lliese limes of stress it is interesting to note Ihul ser- vices of our" two greatest banks in Canada arc kept in very'satis- factory shape. The figures given below are from the'government retiirn ns published in the Monetary Times: s The Canadian Bank ot Commerce' j Notes of and Dominion-Cheques on Spocie Nolcs oilier hanks .To'lnl November December.. I January February March 10.770.8oO The Bank of Montreal "while.an increase or decrease in the-price of power sold by. (he, municipal cleclrio plant to'Ihe'-niunicipal'sfreel-railway is really only a matter of cily woSJd be well for. the city council to carefully Reid's recom- mendation for a lower power rate for every! department on Ihc'. basis, jhc-righ'l 'one. Then-citizens will know just whal cach.dcp'arinierii is doing.. a policeman attentions of "a lug and annojjni ,Thp girl who docs this tfils'an'a" secure' In- Viibseciuettl ,ir I'D "court br to ul iiiaLiet Hiain'in and As'matlers'sccoi. to'staid, toe pqllce Die' euy tlie way ot tio naaU'r. He riot one' glrl'ln'a hundred appeal to'a and liear In She police c'oirt if e'omptalB- ant. By r plan nlnety-nliia could tiieoisofves5 of 'their prose- cutors, made Is what Is want- ed, ts linouv r picking, packing and ,thi .thpusaiid oilier duties of ,7ilhi hnfli'ptrfcaincd in (he brdiling sun, do not bear the earmarks 6f citj' boy calls 'a'soft job.'-' There is the -rubi .Vf Is labor of Value he rnusl make the job 'softer.' His" hired man 'must with the family in the .'thjn. with Ihe rieighers and Ihe blcalcrs in Ihc attractions. of tlie'farni; then the rural dc-: population it-ill be' lessened and soinfl. of the.. good slock which to the cities will rclfirn lO'lhe land. "White if, we the pr'ofilem too of the hired man who b DO( s.all, jThat will mostly' solve itself as soon as life 13 2 haa-a. man horse lio can sax 'Enn.ulrer, ''My sister's said Mrs. Twlclicmbury, "Is raising poultry, and Jusl bought a new incubos.' yon actually.cncoiirage your boy lo fend foetry to Dd you want .jour son'to becorne a 1 mcrcly'WAnt him to get the conceit knocked out of Tflld Courkr'laOrflal. 19 It that -so few pe'ople'swm .in J Sons to He very Informed." Average Ty givc'ihe ftfat'cmenls of other banks would occupy ana vho am, Knav ea. niticli space, but "Uie'y nil show .csiil they aru in not to'do star. -V-rfhatV jun the ansvicr- one of those know enough to when, you quote UJU In 1 In 'flock In .Ulock Lots U ..Block IMs In Hloclt Lot's In Block }500 each M50 ,100 101 102 1409.- 116.. I5.QO IMS In Block in Block Lois In Block ift block 111 118 5551) J21 130 Terms, third cash, balance one and iwf> yeah C.P.R. at Coaldale, Irrigable Land Alto For full particulars apply Wilson Skeith Phone 1343 C.P.R. Co. Opp. Hote) ;