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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THK'LKTIUUUDGK DAILY piliiesdiiy. Junc'.ll.: i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED CSCEMllFl tff? by the PtiWUh'np Cc., U4 evening it Itj SUth Strett. Lrthbtljge. w. A. BUCHANAN U PHONE: EdltcrtiJ, 1224 T. QLfAYLE JOHN TORRANCE Bui'ntJl PMOMtJ CLrculatlM V; And Jeb 1252 r DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I i Tew. br null I nonths. tieiltered..... jr.CC t taciithi dtUTc.-td. I'.00 ,1 month, delivered...... We. 1 raoatb. br mill...... 5 ctuired u olten is d-Jlrtd. but both EIW THE DAILY KEPALD FOR SALE AT i Drue Msdlelne X Ka-rttilOL -Iclxrison CraibTeclc, B. tad Co.; Co.: Atch.nica- Sw I. _ Di.mpnd City A R- W. Ce, _. _ _ B. rirtshef 3. UdcbeU; Kewa D. MrCreft- Broi Drue Femlf, S. Co 705 Alia en a" C.P.fc. trilnt THE WEEKLY HERALD PubUihed everr TTednesAiy In eight oF nii7re paces, and contalx ft ol the news of lie Tretk, Jocal and district 1 yNT IB .........fl i 3 ipcntbs In He 6 moa'.ns la advance ........Tic. iiK'ii'ases thecosl of Avar fouil Units Ihf poor' far more Iliiiii the well-to-do. UijiH rates may priuturc nuifli suiplus icvcmio, liut they imluiv ftirilty use of especially in-molomt soi vift's, :mil uialonallj' iiiorcusv lite lUCieully of ciuiseiv Hit" pub- lie health. For high slrdol car fares thai will yield a huge sum in indirect tuxus there- is even less juslifira- tiou. The vifh do not usei the slit-el ears nearly as much ;ts the poor. The people able lo taxes, direct or indireel. have their carriages and motor-c.tis. and seldom use the street cars. The girl behind llie counter or in a faclory.juho has to spend a lenlh ur more of her carninqsion street car tickets, is most burdened by an'iwisrici !SM obtained from slreel rcceinls. The very rijihlly urges that public ulililies almnlil no! be so conducted as lo yk-W1 large prollls ami br.ild up an elabor- ate syslem of indnvcl taxation. By tliis means there is no incent- ive given to interest in civic expemliturvs. tl is on t-tnrcct ground when it slates that for sucli Ihiiigs as pavemeiifs and educational facililicsiinake every a ciitic of municipal administration. luxes raised ehielly by indircol means, as the Federal rcwmirs arc, there uol he neavly so general or so intelligent an interest .us there is now in civic utVairs, and the way vuinld he upcn for qrafl and corniplion." REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION T .IS EXTRKMELY UNl-'OlVTliNATE thnt it should have rc- quired Ihe recent fatality lo a member of the city police, force lo draw nllenlion to what evidently is a distinct source of danger. The blame cannot he laid directly to any particular person, but nil Ihe same Ihe circumstance calls for provisions to he made to prevent the. recurrence of such a painful incident. The chain on the arc raising and lowering Ihe globes, is within reach of even children, .and, for all. that is known, might Jn many places he in the.same condition as that which caused the death .of the unfortunate policeman. The safest jilan and one which should be put into'execution immed- iately is lo have that portion of the is within human reach insulated. is nol sufficient, as has been'suggesled, to have a bylaw a penalty attached warning the public'.againsl touching the Kc ons be'so foolish as to do tliis "willingly, know- ing the 'chances he laking. If fatal accidents -occur they would be through ignorance, and a bylaw is not in 'the way of affording general information. Prolecl the public, and make it so that it will nol need the passing of a bylaw to safeguard them. .WEEDS ON VACANT LOTS A CAMPAIGN against dandelions is being waged at Calgary b> Parks Superintendent Reader, and he condemns vacant lots as being breeders of ihis pesl. "1 am going to take the question up this week with the he said, "and see if there is not some means whereby the city can induce owners, of vacant property lo keep down the dandelions. It is nol fair .lo other citizens who lake good core of their lawns that the vacant lots 'should be allowed to run lo seed with dandelions which, are thus tpread far and wide." Calgary owners of vacant lots are Jiol the only offenders in Ihus allowing their holdings lo become a public nuisance, anc dandelions arc not the only weeds whose propagation should be -put .a stop lo. There are delinquents in this, respect in Lelh bridge, and it would he well that measures were strictly enforce against the owners of such properly lo compel them lo keep their lots clear from weeds. This.will be as much for Ihe pro Icclion of the boulevards as for private lawns. OUR POINT OF VIEW Don't forget the big Southern Alberta l-'air. It will be a ecord breaker. The crop in Southern Alberta never belter, f the present ccndifiuns hold there will be a bumper yield and earlv harvest. There is no use squealing about Ihe laxalinn. II is no worse lion in any other western city. As has been pointed out, I.clh- ge went in for Ihcibesl and the besl has always lo he paid for. So long as real eslale was "turning over" rapidly no one coined lo mind what the assessment was. With a slump, how- ver, (he assessment is assuming some importance in Ilic eyes if the iunn "holding" Ihe subdivision lots. If Hon. Churchill dickered in the slock uf com- panies to which'lie gave big contracts for the navy, Canadians vim I very little 'more advice from that gentleman as to emer- gencies, or iiupeciul 'defence. According to Australian correspondence of Ihe London Times. Ihe Innd of the Southern Cross has no dijlicully in mimu- ng a navy, .and the same blue ruin were made in that country as were heard in this, i-The Empire Day edition of th6 London Times is largely ilgvoted lo the-Antipodes this year and should do much to allracl laper marred, and that is by the publication of a letter from a :orrespondiml reviewing Canadian politics for.the year. A more grossly' partizan production would be hard lo imagine. The re- view is a burlesque in so far as it represents Canadian sentiment, and Ibc writer seems to have been able to work off on the pub- lisher of the Times a letter better designed to be Tory cmnpai literature lhan an impartial review of Canada's political'life For a year back. The paper oil a wbok'. However, is' a distinct credit to the staid bulwark of-English journalism. just For a Joke I kind of fellow stc means to marry and ivhat inissos it farther wUen liie i Is oreneil. I Et. I.oujs HejjHbKc. CIVILITY ON THE STREET CARS L'SEHS of the slreel cars in Calgary arc up in arm against the rude treatment meted out to them by certain o conductors. It appears that numerous complaints have been .rcgislered at the ami thai such complaints are not with cut some justification. That the public need even- protection from this sort of thin 'no inatlcr where, the car sjslcni is located, is clearly evident. 'needs (o he particularly enforced in Hie-case of public utilities such as.the direct-cars, where Ihe individuals in charge are not 'directly'dependent on for patronage. t.'A.Su far "as our experience goes with the employes of the I.elh- bridge street cars, .it may safely be said (hat lliiiy are without ex- civil-and is commendable and the spirit should be kept up. -If any incident wlieie foul langunge is used should occur, .us reported in a Calgary CHSO, or any arrogance displayed, an example should be made. This is as much for Ihe benefit of Ihe rfesl of the employes on the cars as for those who usc'them. ;duty also rests with the public, and where civility is ex- pecled it should at nil times he frcclv accorded. Sober Second Thoughts Through nil the past, nith memories rich, I've kept rr.c mauy a friend By Uirlng up'the tetters vrhlch wrote, hut did not Eecd. The Busy Man's Enjoyment cfcion "Whew! That's some Johr.EOn "Seems to fascinate you'' That's the wpy my desk frill tools when 1 gel back." Peculiar and Pertinent An association o( English pouliry- rr.en who send aboul SM.OOO eggs to each wcok are caoUling them h X-rajB. NEWSPAPER SALARIES THE SURPLUS FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES 'derived from public utilities should lie _ devoted to the reduction of the service supplied, and uol lo -.Ibe reduction of (axes, is the burden of on editorial in the Toronto In view of the fad'liiul (he recent reduction in lite Mcc- the light rate in Lcthbridge, by Oie raising of the discount, caused j the 'suggestion IhnHhe' surplus profits should be applied lo re- raleijlfe'rcmnrks of the Toronto paper arc inler- 'There 'is only 'one safe roiid. Each civic sen-ice -should be required Jo piy its own way, ;is if il -wore EI privately owned business, snd surplus profits should be "devoted cot to the relief of taxation, but to the reduction the cost of the service the increase of its efficiency. Every dolfar taken unnecessarily out of a public murftct L Kite which can fie tiBEembl dy for .light, in 10 minutes, invention of a t.crmnn, has lifted three men together to a height of -50 feet. Amor.g the curiosities o' liio New Palace, 5'otstlam, Germany, is a alogica. tree, nbowing the name King David engrossed at the root ot it, wUh that of the Valscr at Ihe lop, the descent being traced through his mother's family. The Servian government, in a de- cree of Februaryv 23, 19H, orrJercd that flour and meal Imported Into Eervia Ehoiifrl be exempt hotn Out) until further ie. liecAticc ot a slmrUgc in Ihe crofts RS a result of the war. Homeppun Homlllcft Toots fcaya: Nobody crer heard of anjooriy fak- ing any old modiclnrjp, yet there ain't a liomc nov.hcrc3 whore they throw it away. There aln'l nothing jtrcllier and perkier than a little girl just Lo J. It Bone, retiring president the Canadian Press Association in his Annual address dealt with Journalistic salaries asserting' that preachers are better prihl men. He cald: "Low aclvertisine rates" he i say was the chief difficulty Iho buBhiess as a business. The average rate per circulation of the 202 papc-rs in the Uniled Stale1 with circulations over cento an lech, "It he. said "that one ol metropolitan dailies tvlll deliver a otic inch advertisement lato one UiDiuunil liotnue. Thoy will set you n i'3gc of seven columns fill cd TtitH nil sorts of .f.mcyVtypc s-ctlir.f, send yon a find let it to iiieccs, and reset it tig (hen give ;ou o revise.! formoix corrtcticns, rrinl it on rv deliver it to otic thousand, homes all for (he unm of ?3.25." In the loadias of C; tilt average rale was 181 cclila an, inch, .Mr, Bone suggested thai bet ter ad'i rales tilt) pay linttor salaries, so thai tho pro slon might no longer he cccupallon." lie quoted aiatls tics of newspaper salariei Aurl coin coinparcrl them with the stipends o The "In Ihe I'rcHliSfcrian church ir t'anntlj he paid, "there- nrc many miniaterrf Itfing paid, MO a. thfre arc editors In al CiiFiarKt. Of all 'denominations then rro ist lea fit a proachdrfl in Cnn v-ho arc saiaricB hf oilier words to know longer. ain't litUo girl no There ain't no girl v-hat aln'l got memorized the flucclficaliens of the young out to comforlahlo income, 'lifjH under pro Rent about twlco as goo a (haute of achieving a jca ho cntTS Ihe ministry, a prwic; slnn for Its monetary re tuniH, ,13 no has if ho enters th Thtse Mr, TJonc rcHJ.'jrkce tooVno accpuut of inarriago feps. First Glass House ito control, in 'territory -to be< agreed upon, the sale of the famous ALES and.STOUTS, and also-df i j; Canada's Finest Lager Communicate with The NATIONAL BREWERIES, Lfd. 36 Chaboillez Square, Montreal THE IN' CANADA AT T-ffB i the eminent Scolch 'John