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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFrilBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ty.tfc it ESTABLISHED DKCIMKK W UthbHJjo HtrjlJ Co., Iditorlll, 7" Rtptrtcritl And V 1224 DlrtctH T. W. QUAYLE TORRANCU eil Manlgtr PHONll i.j Advcrtll'.r.f "J1J ClrcuUUoi And Departmtatl 1253 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION I dtUvtrtl noothv J racnltS -1' month, delivered H.N 1 by mill '.feCO i, I't m months. by I maatiu fcy ml) but MW CM muit bs flrta. THl DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Book J. H. OC.ut.ond Diuioat Cttf Draff 'Oh.' Vancouver. B. Wtti Ktm Gfesptkr. Browo, Strwt Ca. A'to en 'all C.p.R, THE WEEKLY HERALD nuur ol the of t X yetr-it I recnthi "in In TEc. THE THUNDERSTORM IT NEEDED no headlines of the scare description to announce -Vto the public the nature of the thunderstorm which broke over the cily. To designate it as a "tornado" was distinctly out ofiplacc, for it tended to create the impression outside that the ralii storm was a visitation, and not a beneficial visit as il im- lace there is the saving in freight rate fiy shipments loi he warehouse proposed to be established at A of present freight rales, charges ?2.23, and charges for the fiflh class will Ihis. .The will further have the imitorUuu .v of biding their time imlil a good market price is avas'.-'i'V. I'nr >resent ueeils the plan outlined by Mr. for cash advances of al least 60 per ccn'. by t'1 he vuhialion of the clip in the warehouse. Further grading will be done al the warehouse an'- :i j-ouble saved, and each consignee be credited i'h ccipls olilaineil from his particular consignment., l! is csliiimlcd Unit UireeHiuarlers of a million wool could be raised in this dislrict won'.: absorbed'in Ihe British market. Southern Alberta is 1-1. i' avorable to the sheep industry. jhe WK. I the economic values of the animals as weed Killers an-'. ers. The co-operative scheme ought 16-p.rove R gr< the small man, and breeders on a large, gain from it. Tlie.sheepmei) up tlic situation and U. "nil to see that co-operation in their special v all Ihe purposes which its adoption in other induslrii., iiled. It will eliminate theintermediate buyers, and in .he principle bringing producers in direct fj with the market there .will be placed in the hands c' li growers those profits which should legitimately bclo R POINT crops' iviil-bl'jri tlie'Buniper'class. Next week lake in the Fair and boost for Lelhbridge. Norlh, south, east west of Lethbridge, from all direc- tions, comes news of rapidly growing grain. Let the flags. fly during Exhibition gala appear- ance of 'the city counts heavily in good impressions on visilors. There arc a number of flag poles If .there is a flag jiving from each one of them next week it -will help some in inaking the citv an attft1ilive appearance. -i- _ There .he more thoroughbred stock on exhibition in Lethbridge next 'week" than lias'eveV been seen at any "fair in the province to date... It will pay every farmer to attend. Every other of Ihe moon the Edmonton Journal pub- lishes a yarn about Premier Siffon going to resign and be re- placed by C. -It's story v f.-s f Vj Every ftiriiicr for miles in every direction, should come to ftic .'_ iV Wli J i T., _. ._ :he. rest. of. the Dafli'to crack. .of "rural women. Tho several letatlons ol clubs are iasn't "doubled in slca tranches of thts federation wcrejthenlng 1910, not by EOtoewhat. it's lo report for their value of such vork Js Indicatcc good .common sense, then, for Thousands ot. letters In tbe fact according t tJain.Uoa lo ask why the. expense hundreds of personal census, nearly- running., the ifhjtbausV r Ebqtild made. It was found tbat, are_ farmers on .their oif; doubled In (Ue same lime. It worpaci on a western farm AlmostrthreB4ourtbfl ot ttie other side of froin loneliness than farmers 'are ah mayor's face. He has (he because Ihe greater slzs of of them "vromen of mature agc ot-hetonging-to the "show me" Increases her IsoUtioo, she succeeding year .tees an in He can- lry.it out' the other a more attractive homo number of our Tromea tak round to fiee how he likes of the modern conveniences Boma Epecialty in agriculture fj In hundreds of rural towns a ol supporting themselves. On Kvcrjhody and his grandmother la Eaviog up for the big lair next week, and will all be there with '-bells oa. Every jeir it's a better. club. of women has provided a walling room for farmers' -wives to rest' at and he comfortable in when ijom'e ,pl- the successes among these farme.r !a Jfrs. Scott Durand br-UHnolf, wh Ja described as a fcknttfio t tOj Inform farmers' Jifc 1 t i i to cul a record crop. .Those, who suffered loss in the big storm are entitled to '.British Parliament it is a cause'for .-rrsr.it-.'.ltiTOiViSl th ounce of syinpalhy going, b.ul aplj for- .chtoges ibade against ministers of the rejoicing great by as' they were forecasted.' The most that these ministers can be accused of doing is that they were, guilty of an indiscretion in thj part they took' in" the transactions undcr'notice. -This they jierceived, and lo thair credit, expressed their regret, and it will thnt, as Mr. 'Lloyd George'pul it, thek action was inno- cent and openly honesi. Although the opposition press'in .Great Britain went too far in' spreading rumors of corruption, yet the interest aroused. in the charges made, a wholesome one. It showed the jealousy vrlili -.vhlch the purity of parliament is guarded -by the British puMic. They rightly regard its members as being above sus- picion, and il is this regard which lias made-British politics to hpkl their place as standards' to those of other countries. iv ir.cideuts though .exceedingly regrettable, in the unde- sirable 'attention which' they have _drawn, will nevertheless serve to.: keep the British Parliament on the level to which it has at- tained. That the smallest acl-vvliich lends flavor to the suspicion of .corruption is looked upon, when connected with members of tfie House, in a far more serious Alight thon it would he were ordinary individuals concerned, wili- serve Co.. make' the legisla- tors more punctilious in affording no chance for integrity to be Msailed. In this there is much hopefulness that the future of British politics will be marked by that high moral tone1 which now distinguishes it. As Britons all we will view with satisfaction how'closely the Actions of ministers of the Crown and'those In responsihle'posi- tipns arc scrutinized in Great Britain. With pride we .will see in -the endeavor to preserve the Mother of Parliament, as it Bas a mo'del to all nations..- v the abundant rain. Wheat is ten ceiifs higher l.lmn at Minneapolis, bill when the farmers have some as len cents lower. Its imaginary the high prices. The option market is in full swing. _ BETWIXT AND BETWEEN' That was t Joyful stunt iho City ads put cner this week wfcen Itej decided lo lesisUle a coapis of out of the fire department intp'.the police. Today, a fireman. Presto changed tomorrow a lull TSutoke of It it as !he' waj- it. took the wind out o Aid; all to o Jf a ]ittle_'.or the speed It Vails down hard TChsd It doing1- things. "Eien oa paved stfcfets it.T.-ouldD't.looX like a streak of Barney OldQetd." Maybe the red llfcs. _ tallis a lot without producing the goods.' .4' .TO HELP THE SHEEP INDUSTRY HK -PRINCIPLE' of co-operation is making great strides in securing for the producer that which ho is justly entitled lo fi{ the way of the greatest value of his products. The scheme in ibt v.'prklng has been found extremely beneficial, and where the results are such as to confirm more than ever its utility.-. The sheepmen of this dislrict have now a unique opportun- Hj presented lo Ihtm for joining in (lie gcncrol movcmcril. Mr. Willingmyre, the governmenl expert, is here, engaged in Hie loadable purpose of endeavoring to secure for the'slieepmch a higher price for Iheir than tliey havft.jiitjierlo succeeded in sails. The North Lethb ridge Icg'la- lator U as Jealous of (hal'" mcnl as Dad himself Is pi strings, and whea he saw tile hedging round 10 yui past him, he ptit up a .steal strap. But numbers vrere against him and.be could do nolhlng lut.go ur.iler Wck- The dopo Is about great business ,to' have depatt- that makes tip tbelr hats oa, tut It coEls raoiwy. people ara aooiit.the 111. (if. this of old i'orlt. 'But roocey has sriated. along rlth tho coat ol fcesplng alive, soil with the mazuma hard U "ne- hciorss tho City Dads to put Ihe brakes on Iho Epcndlng department. And so the Crre flghtcrs arp to be lop- j-etl off A few. There la no reason they. Bho'iWnT be to worry along profly with 15 ______ of 18. Maybe a iloien wooW fi'll two red derils on the Job, a firo reeched In a And "Just In an "old C'slgai? would remark, the rnatUr with ttie Ijlg Aid. Jj; he people to and from the _.. i's up Heid.Mdfto save hla en. he oa31ng Idea Is a goofl one. lyt.not to he people, r.oadiag pecs are" illy used for sheep. mett tluba-wlth which the state Ud-UaFt year. el profit from her farm What Others Think la the ip'oet ot the spendfog department fo.r the .He has Jlned up (o continued study ot the Woman Better Cared (or on Western' Farms (Spofcane Srokesraan Review) The noosevVit Am-! erlcan -counlVy -lite brought to light reason why women become, lentfif) life on the farm. little more help from mod- ern appliances for houseltecpJag tban their grandmothers ha3, 'They fre- ouently are "confined for months at1 a time to ,the farms. The monotony, loneliness and JPoTati'on of life on farms, are a cause of Insanity among Aincriciih women. Tho conservaUOG of the health'and of tfce woman on tho Am- erican recognised as a matter In public wel- fare. niffcTcnt'organlzationa prompt- ly started' worV In the fteld. The gen- eral fodoratlon of the clubs of Ameri- THE CANADIAN 'BANK COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAlKEH, C.V.O, LL.D, D.C.I-, AlKXASDER lAinc ,0.- MKS AIRD Ccn'uni Xnhuh'l OS1 CANADA ri Money Promptty Banked as soon as you receive it is much more likely to be saved tban if you keep it around in tUe bouse or your poclcet. It cannot be lost, stolen or burned, 13 far less likely to be spent. With a deposit of a dollar or ciore you can open in account with the Union Bant, bearing interest, and receive a Passbook. Why.piif.il oE 0. R. TINNING, Hanijor A. B. KING, Aclg Manager LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH CAPITAL, REST, m TRAVELLERS ar-aian BanV of Corninercc, by rtuon of la large number ot In Piovmce of direct representation in Eng., Niw York, Ore-, Mexico tnd John's in every of the la abla to offer facilltjef lo thfl .1 .-__... ftj point on U-.e i in of Credit issctrl by f r m tsptcklly laplacw vhett is difficali.' and Drafn on all CODnuita ot1 the wo-ld, dra'Wn in T.KE CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD., havo'appointed 'J, B. It, representative In Uth- j bridge, who win take pleasure In trantactlno any bustnow required by our Contract Holders, Our regular branch, heretofore maintained In the Sherlock Bunding, hat been associated with the J. B, WilkEo I -.-Company. may be made to our representative as usual. There "ts no' material afmply associate our own branch with another Send for a Copy of Ifis Latest Financial ,Statement of The Canadian Home Investment Company, It will yo', THE Canadian Home Investment Co. LIMITED "Canadas Old Reliable" Vlejd Bulldlnj, Second Floor, C. Thirty Orancho In Canada J. 8. WILKIE CO., HULL BLOCK UETHBRIDQE ;