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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i.iyniinwun: o.ui.v y, .l.iiir -1 i LETHBRIDGE JDAILY HERALD EITAILItHlO lu elftct. Smh St W. Ltthvltfae, CIM44. PHOMi 1224 O.rectcr T. W. QUAYLB UinlllnQ 5JHW JOHN TOHIUKCS 1252 1 flit. I mcalf ...'.I...-.- but Uth THE DAI1.Y HlKAt.0 FOR IAH AT Nwllclr. M. S'crlfeM. Jnciton Co.; SS? U BUmsnl" o; w. D. U ft. Ptrcj wBVta Sre lll-lti strtit J n C.P.S. Tie Co.. 1C5 Bivenlie THE WIEKLY HSUAIP In oi mart cca f Ol district t cuatiu la >dTUM f ta icilus V.iU- ou i.iiul. in Hr WILL MEAN MUCH FOR THE WEST THE RECEtvT ARRtYAL of the steamer Empress of Russia is hailed by the Vancouver press as a signification of the im- portance to which lhat seaport is arriving, The development of trade for which Vancouver will serve as. an cutlet has an import- tint- bearing on the West. ;Thil Vancouver is'dcstined to become what is anticipated shown hy the folloYs-ing statement made bv Sir Tliomas Shiugline-isj'. He, is reported to have said: "The awakening ol the Orient iteyelopmenl of the west wilt force transporta- tion companies 'to' sleadilV. increase their carrying capacities Development in and the Far Easl is only in its iti- "fancjv and'" with the awakening now started, and the spirit of progress ia full. trade relations with the North American continent -are -surely? destined to be immensely strengthened -America" is 'the logical buying and selling niarkel for the until il is lull iv ho V.uuvtiver. 1-Mnuuilon. {.clhliridgtv Oilsavy, Toronto, mul Houv Texas. He Mid Uv.il the few" (Swmior cf Pennsylvania. a bill fixing I'ilblnnx ntut Sor.utU.iu. iVmt U> try llu- nt. I'nlcss such ;i pl.nv was pnl in.oitfrdUnu liftv, Mr. Ufol invn a tlisailxailtugv.' iu Ihe cf oilier places. The Single Tax winetuinl is which U evidently sjwsul- nii and lo perceive its fairness it yijl.v. rxxjnirvs a ease in "his is iiflorded in Calgary, anil Hie following tltoMorti- ng Allx'rlan, wilt) conmvenU liy-that OAtftuil may be saiil, wrote- lo the AlU'rhm nent against tux. anil ftimlshul -wlwl example to point (o its demerits. ,-V friend of his, name nut given. liaYlwen IK- asl lifleou years, lint now Hurts llnil ho is insitie of Ihe cily limits iviih an assessment nil his fifty fS5W tin aouV Ue lluil tin- land is not worth more than nn acre. He >as tried to'sell il for thai price and'hits-not-bet'ii lo do so. To follow the observnlion me.ile by Ihe. Mornhijl AUn'rlan, Ihe 'act that the properly is over-assessed, us Mr. Owens mid his 'ricnd insist, is not the fault of miy particular system of luxation. This man !uul his elumee lo appeal against (he assessment, imd evidently did not do so." The valuation would be the. or without Hie single lax. wiili full valuaiion on Innldirig-S-or larlial valuation on buildings, or total exemption from taxation upon buildings. Mr. Owns" friend donblless paid not mbrc'tlinn 5500'for his entire fifty acre farm, fifteen 5cars ago. Asia farm il is iittle, f at all. more valuable than it was when he bought-it. "He has done but little, if anything, to make it al alluutirc valuable.. But lhat farm, accenting lo the owner, is and the :ily assessor says it is worth lias--gpt at least which he did not earn in any. s'eiige'of-IhS .word. Thai increased value has come because Ihe people of Imve been spending money in building up a great and cily. Single lasers declare lhat that man should pay of thai unearned increment lo maintain the city which inaUe hint .ealthy. According to Mr. Owens, if this theory is reduced lo its logical conclusion, this gentleman should pay taxes iipon there'- is neV.hopc for the Western provinces and the bHghl prospects ahead for'Vuncouvcr when they arc mater iafizld serve' as ah index'of the commerciarprqsperity and de velopnieat.of this part of the Dominion in which Lctlibridge is boJiiid Ib have a share.- .THE HOUSING OF TEACHERS "TVABF.R, twe setting be regarded an ;..example in making-provision for the housing accommoda- Speaking of the scheme the Calgary News- Telegram commends it in fhal it will possess the following ad- vantages: Teachers will be able, by Ihe means.afforded, to have comparative quiet for study, which it is almost impossible in the ordinary' hoarding house. In addition !o this, they have h'ltle in common with those who board and lodge them, whilst, if they be suitably housed together, they form little community of Iheir own, in which they can join in their studies, and materially assist each oilier in .their life's work. By building a comfortable home, and fixing Ihe renlal at a reasonable figure, just enough lo cover the capital invested will) interest, thft teachers will be benefited and Die town will not be put to any financial loss. The occupants can then arrange for their own cook, who will be matron, and'they can always guaranlee well prepared and 'nutritious meals, such as are not generally a boarding house characteristic. This afford them (he-best means for cullivaling mind and muscle, ant should prove an excellent "home from home." From an economic point of view the .advantages named b; the Calgary paper are no doubt and oh this "ground th Tabcr idea has much lo commend it. the other hand there is something of disadvantage in Ihe scheme. The plan wil neccsarily mean a segregation of teachers, wilh an. approach the old mdhkisli system of education. _ The profession ofjteacliing inclines to cause the minds of ill lo'follow in certain and, il'may fairly.be said, in narrow grooves. This is greatly-counteracted toy the dppprfunilies afford ed lo mix with the.ir fellow men, and so take-ihcm out for th lime being from their special avocation. .This tends lo a broad cning of view which in the scheme of education thai is It be desired. It will'have a salutary, effect oh teachers in over coming the tendency lo talk bringing Ihcm inlo con tacf with men and mailers oulside Ihcir sphere. Conlimiall. mingling with those of Ihcir own species cannot be said lo b wholesome. This applies to all callings !o Ilia of the. leaching profession. There is nothing bcilcr for ihen lo mix occasionally wit! those vyhp'havc views and ideas oulsirfe which they at accustomed to dwell. Tliis is bound-ip be beneficial, is exactly an unimportant farm Innds worth about in all. Lei us see how it works out. if had full valuation upon buildings and personally and land, wilh the licenses complete, we would have a rate of 16.1 mills. The difference in the taxa- lion upon Mr. Owens' friend under full tasalibn and under single lax would be about which is not so very much for a man who has made about through ihe_cntcr_prise of Calgary people and through no effort on his part, lie certainly has no cause lo grumble, and Mr. Owens has no excuse lo grumble for him. The difference in Die taxation which this -gentleman will have to pay now and under full single tax is'abbnl On the other hand, take Ihe laboring man who is building up the cily and making valuable the friend'of Mr. Owens. He has a lot valued at Under'thc full valuation he would pay S 10.25. Under the present mctlioii he pays he would v Further, says Ihc Albertan: Mr. Owens' friend knows whal to do. -He is, going Jo sell his roperly. If we had liu'd single lax years landlords i a similar position would have disposed of their holdings long efore this time, anu we would not have hud a city which strctch- s out for miles and miles, and mostly composed of vacant lots. Sre would have had a compact cily and the cost of adihinistra nn would have been half as much as il is now, and the lax rale have been less than 16% mills, which would he the full is rale under full valuation at the present lime. The tax rate is high now, not because we are approaching ic single lax, bill because we have nol had single fax all 'along. 'r SWGLE TAX ACCORDING lo Ihc New York Times the business men of Ih American cily recently lieid a meeling at which an organiza tjon WBB formed lo conduct a campaign from the business mnn' Standpoint, whose object will be to Halve lax rate on bnili ings as compared with the tax on land. One of the.speakers, Charles T. Root, in oiillining the pui poses of Ihc meeting, said thni the proposed legislation 'woul help all business. More than 200 merchants and manufacturer in Ihe cily, representing many millions Of invested capital at employing said, had agreed 16 help i Jhe movement lo pblain a gradual d'jcrettse of .the lax rale o OUR P05NT OF VIEW To-day's Impressions To-morrow's Sales Many U rwlly tkcided in July. Mwo.v H gtlhering bfortnulion will fluence her j-efeclion a stove two months i 'f 'Many man is IkinktBg ri-jbt now ahont (he store he will if s for Fall suit overcoat., [Hircbnsc is renlly driermintd' on jf 3t liome iu August. an October porch of a summer How unwise, then, to put .off the Advertising of these and similar I be actual timo o( tlieir use One mates a sale. It i? the created by AdvTrtiting tin t develops purcliases by ft discriminating pub-. lic-Hwd these impressions arc seldom built up in a a ireek or a mouth. y Yet some.'manufacturers and merchants procrastinate until tie fiwt nip of frtst is feitr-j j and tiwa betiege the public with belated an-i npuncements' of Fail clothes, kitchen home furnishings, .winter underwear, and otau A usually purchsscd in the Fall. Purchattd in ibc dtciffad upon in the Sumriwr. Decided IQ favor of that continuously advertised. y It's the Advertising read in Jury that bears fruit in Sep and October. For today's to-morrow's tember Vo TO" mMeH b WxikU. tkmtb uf ei m OK Swrrtur of Ike Cu- iinlm m> tHittHHi ftn-n vtita, il iilvaKW, over Bow riter us wiUi the south wiU.be fiolali- ed-ip- tine for tfco moving of this year's ciop. The adiantage of that sill oe parent to all. Busincas has hitherto been going to Cluny and Glelchen (or lack o! a suit- able bridge in the vicinity of Bassano nil! now tako its natoral courto and come here. Victoria, B. C., is said lo be in financial slraits. And-Vic oria is not the only place cither. There is nothing gained hj magining' Ural the home cily is the only one fimling it difficul o negotiate Ihe necessary cash to carry on civic husiiicss, The sale of four of Ihe best business lots on 1'ourth Avenue hows Ibiit onisiilcrs arc still interested in LctVibridgc, despite he'quiet limes. Holders of S.ethbridgc realty are sure io reap ine profits. The good time for this city is coming. Bourassa says Ural Borden could nul carry, cighl. seals in he province of Quebec, and lhat view is shared by many others n close touch with political events. And one of the men .who could not be elected is lion. Louis Phillip Pellcticr, postmaster The farmers" are'anxious for the privilege of grazing stock on Ihc Blood Indian reserve, mid if the Indians are willing there ,5 no reason why (he teimcsl should-be-refused.' Il isfmuch jnorc in the'interest of'Southcrn Alberta thai one hundred farm- ers should have, grazing righlslhun thai a monopoly should he enjoyed by some big firm, of exporters. There is spiniihing of a joke in the proposal lo appoint n commission.lo'investigate, the feasibility of .Ihe. Georgian TJa> canal. For the past twenty-five, years there have been iny'psliga liotis, engineers''reports, and nol one year, up In.the present it which n dcpufttlion dirt not on Ihc guvcrnincnl nsking.lha the. -work be cither -assisled, or undertaken as a national project 11 is many years since. Maclcod Stewart of Ollavvn sfdr'lc'd th agitation for the Gllawa'Hivcr ami Gcorghm Hay canal, and ti appoint a co'inmissioii now is merely u trick hi stnvc off. tlie pos sibilily of having lo start Ihc work before another cite lion or lose all the ridings from Nipissing lo Ottawa. ..What Others Think A Wlie (DsatauS News) ctpecua has-happened. lion. C, R. Mllfiicll, Ailnlster ot Public Works and iremicr ol Ihe pro- vince, "Will the next of the now Valley riding of rhlc Ba'ssar.o Ig the retilre, arid tak it quietly and without t'JSs, the enrforflatton of practically Ih whole of now Valley of all-'pollllca shades. Both and district 1 hopes that thla will bo beneficial around and sonic fort coming In the announce'nicnt mad Ibis tbe lopj; nc.c.dcd brldj Natural is had a nervous breakdown; Yes, it was hound lo come, le UFed up all her encTgv, Poor thing. In chewing Warning hen judges arc Rt o'jta, And when ulto'rnoya truatret. Is ttea we have our Ahstract and moral. jX when judges are agreed, And lawyers lore each other, 'is lime to guard.' .Vour prof-erty, 0 htother! "Sir, I have co teeth." the roliBlo.iary. teelS will be The Bflter Parl "ttTio's that impressive looking wo. man'over "That's Mrs. Feckum. Site's a re- iar'5ably strong-minded woman, and ley- do nay that she commands a erf large Ealary." does she earn "She doesn't earn It. Her husband arns It, and eho commands 'u'ck. Modeli Anyway .yish, inr dear, iViat you some kindling and ahlnjles this morning. His" !n tto aorlo do ypu''T5Jol tlndlinfuood tnd shlnjlp.3 r! am going In for cubism ar.d 1 wanO t'p 'construct a Bps Ion. Tranic r) ot. Anothtr. Trageify al'? _the.matter with- (he member of congress %hoso li. for ma family. 'Ho.ale.too- niucb replied the mother. ''And Toinmy-isn't looVins weli, "He took off hla tlannelc loo early and caught cold." "W'elll Ttelll I aupposo I might have known' It. Every time anything goes wrong vou find sugar and are Post. Home, Sweet Hoir.e He obtained pbcc In an estate icel'ic.office-aid dolng-cvcry ilnf he could tor, the interests of his niplorcrs The'other evening lie t social gatherisc and "Ms nskcd Ho! reiponded wltb, "Home, Changing the Rules A man who had been ailing for ;oraa time visited a new doctor. After examining him and listening to an ac- count of his symptoms the laid: "If you follow these rules I've writ. .en down you'll soon well." "Hut I've been following them for a roiilled ths roan, after he read them. "They're tta same ray old doctor recommended." 'Hand them over and I'll give you some others "-r-Cle-Teland Leader, it Easy 'was exhorting hi from the witlU -t A missionary hearers to flee come. "I warn lie thundered, "tha there will be weeping and wailing am gnishlng of this point an old stood ay and sstvoasly aojpuoccd; His friends -were tile. the selection, but heartily applauded. Stepping c-rwiVd, he said: "l.am glad >ou 1 he song. There la nothing like MAHMOUB SHEVKET PASHA .Viiler and of.Wai of Turkey, whe 'Homer, Sweet anil let me saj tbat' ilie'comp'.iny I refTesen.l is sell Ing homes pn.tcrnn fa suit .cverj bods Rlthln W or, (ho cHy, Kverj'tody ought to hayo a'hotne. 11 >ou don't to live. in pno of these houses jourtclf. it's tlio chance ol your life lor nn Londol Tlt-Dlts, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS rNSTALLID SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, LODGE THk Deeds, Mortgages, cr other valuables in one of tfteae boxes Uthbridge Branch C, G, K, ;