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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRTDftK DAILY HERALD June I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ES7ABL1CHED OtCEMIIR tlf mra'i PuW'lMnf In Sixth Stfeel, W. A. BUCHANAN IJittrlil, arterial AAI Ntwi Oaplrtmclt 1224 T. W. JftBislfifl Edlter JOHM TORRAKCt FHONIl Advcrt'i'itf Clreglillsl And Jtk 1252 DAILY (UOSCRIPTION RATH 1 TH-, 11 M 1 jar. If etll M.M {1 mootX {eUvertd 34-. 1 rosalb, iy Bill imn 3k. THK DAILY K1RALD Crcfi Or A: Co.; JlckFM Co.; Keany A ffunlltan AT B. IL W, a. Fercf BttV AJw en ill'C.P.R. -THE WEEKLY- HIKAtO Putlijhei trtrr Wednesday In tlshl or paf u, Jind it of Ht news ot tic Trtrt. dlitrict 1 monlhj la idr I aonltl ia jiols n few stock around him without unilup delay ami luis a variety of ci'ops ;md piwlucts foe market is the iww who life as he goes ami prospei s as he makes u home. K CURES FOR CONSUMPTION 1 ROM TiMK TO TIMK tire world is around In i-xlruonlinnry intorvsl by so-called cures for roiisuiuptiun. But experience to show Hint one mui all have proved failures. The latest oa Ibelr The iailitla bees iccalltd from (ho district they have been serving for moatbf past. aud employers arc to- gsther the evidence tbey lay be- tore tbe drnmittee, and la some ca tbe mines have been re-opened a proilskmsl When _.. biluuilnoui miners to the number of miny stride, tbelr mn. luuutia. i iic uiic5i igrlei laces ere supposed lo be like i is thai of Dr. Friettmanu which, spite of the stir it made, has stances of other They so far been proved to be useless. wanted higher .c'oudl- For tlie benctit of sulTvriug liuinanily it is very much open union trt siniiclinii iK.n. n ___i: ...I _. :ll_ '.1.__i i I___ to question whether thi'se sjiccifics for jiarlicul.ir ills should U THE ATTRACTION OF THE WEEK The business men of the insist on the'window dressers doing something in the way of decoration this week, and from every flag pole Ihe.glad.bunli.ng should fly, .Letlibridgc gets go'qil in c interest .of the citizens'matiny the -iii'.i.'in iccess. privilege The city council have dcfmUclyiidecidcd.on-tlic -It low up tu the ratepayers to look notice'over TPlife'BIG FEATURE of .this week is the opening of the South- ern Alberta Exliihilion at Henderson Park. The spirit which animates the promoters of .these expositions is to make live latest put Us predecessor in the regard to size, variety and quality exhibits.-" Experience has shown that this policy has Been faithfully carried out, and U ha; been pushed .to a great extent.in the opens its gates on Tuesday. While adding greatly to what are known as popular attrac- tions; the .main point of Jhe Exhibition has not been'.qverlookcd. This is'to'make iTserve its purpose'as the great incentive for pro- moling "the: rntichdetireh' encouragement in mixed farming. With and swine'amounling respectively to figures reaching lite" hundreds, room is afforded for much variety. NoVouly this, but-the liberal amount at the disposal of the'commiitce ensures the presence of some of the most repre- t5enlative..specimcns in .each class shown. 11 is needless lo refer to the educational value these will iftord farmers who intend lo engage in inixcdj farming in the "selection, slock; The fanner who attends exliibitions liol rnerely-for sight-seeing purposes, but from a7business'point of view, that is with the object of picking up_ information which will he of valuable help lo his industry, should not allow Ihe op- portunity now placed in his way to go by. It is a duly he owes .himself to make a special effort to attend. A GRATIFYING ANNOUNCEMENT T..; IKE--MOST big corporations'the Canadian Pacific Railway cilizen-who has.filled a in the'conSifmiiity; and the comes in occasionally fpr its share of "adverse criticism. But at. the same.lime it deserves its meed of praise in the efforts il makes for advancing the development of'the district through .wjiich. its lines the convenience' of the settlers, tlterein. i-iil i of its intention line to Foremost this sum- he allowed to he made public until experiment ami experience have shown that they arc undoubted nil Kiev clui into be. The j raising of hopes in those wiio are willing to undergo any form of treatment to rid them of the disease afflicts them; with i their subsequent disappointment, must mean a mental torture i of the keenest description. In contrast to the methods and to the'spectacular demonstra- tions of Hi? German professor, we have the reference in the London Lancet to another discovery'in (lie shape of a cifro for luberculosis? Here it looks, that although exneriiiicnls made in what is known as "contra-loxin" .liiive been' successful, there is nothing so far absolutely claimed as to its being in its -r Considering its reputation as a medical journal, the Lancet is not in the-.liahil of publishing mailers on which medical science iVnot-absolufely sure. It may be that the researches made will finally find JonUdole to the dreaded disease. Tlie world' wilj Ibolc unbounded interest to Ihe 'results of the ex- periments made. Meanwhile those engaged in it arc performini' a.baiieliiceni'rduly'm not advertising the cure lo Ihe public- car until demonstrations have proved it lo be absolutely convincing. s ot th.-it unloa deal with the mine owners !u matters 'relatlns to the yelfare.of tbe'mHi. The employ- era .refused. meu quit An stlempt (0 ot lb.e pen.. out.' mood isas ebed. There bave been pUcbed batllet.-and a ,___ area ol tlie state placed un- der marital' law.' The.Peonjje r. i The ever, are not ejplalne'd'ln tboli-'form- al deirialids. aVe con- OUR POINT OF VIEW Take an hour off and visit the Exhibition this week." The Exhibition opens tomorrow. Don'l overlook Ihe'fact that if it is to be one of the big features of Ihe city Ihe co-opera- tion of everyone is essential. and start saying the shekels. Ieas_cs on res'e under a debt of .obligation mer, and (o have it in operation'for the transportation of this grain-crop in dbtrlci east of Warner and Sliding, is oie'which is exfrcmrly gratifying. The fact thai this will aid in j- tflje marketing of .something approaching two million bushels mows that the company has sensed the importance of rapidly extending'construction. .1 -Wlien it is taken into consideration that within a radius of Uie eiiicient; resourceful sccremrjvMr.-AV.'JJ. In the T. P, teihbridge 'loses a citizen-who has filled a in the 'cornrnuiiity, and the HerakUfeels, sure al.mosl everyone, regardless of, creed, will join in-wishing.him success in fe future sp.tieres'of labor.' Those were disposed to'-jjruiiiolc because, tlie big storm pul part of the electric'lighl and 'the telepho'ne plnntsi e v t iul siaiea, lue owners allege. out of commission, shouJQ linpRCiis elsewhere, have Btirred up trouble with the men, Toronto'ami'nearly all .the k-n'ding towns of western Ontario Una.have VaEistcd theEj in its strike fairly 'THeir 'gross refuVni Uct.-Urge. Their1 net fetunii are fwall; Jlcjds that have "boon (tic disturb- ances tbat operate tho mines own tlic coal.' but'the 'laad, 'this' upon it and rept niluers. a man also tows- his1 horae, declared hue- yeje" huElled put of their Yhe tn that 1 mjoe owners are pressure. Company Store tte" chief' is -In-the disaffected dis.tjiCis tbe mine owners run all etores acd Eiuce they tlie land. It is easy to keep competitive shopkeep- ers out of the district. Tbe wlntrs jiave no choice but to buy" all tbeJr supplies from the companies, aud must pay tbe prices the campiay de- prices are- high, tfo cash'is1 paid. Everrthirfi U charged i" miners' when i t juies arouod'tt1 is iisaally iV_ ,L a BEuall balance in casli Is due tbe mcir, "la many cases the miners appear to have got into debt. Haviog DO money with which to more away, they have bid po re- course but to and link fur- ther and further into debt, the com- panies Increasing prEc.es that escape was impossible. Hence arise the charges ol peonage, H is said maov mea hare been held Tfrtualfy as'slaves." .This" is tbe'meh's alje .of the .Iro'ublQ, and no .doubt there Is much truth In Owners AMege Conspiracy' addition, a general ial or all the charges made by the ers the say tbat tbey arc victims of a, conspiracy on tbe part of mine So other slates. The West Virginia coal it Dearly all Dut of Ihe to meet In ton petition the coal In Penasylvaula and btier states. Because tnc.WeEt. Virginia coal is more economically pjoduoed Ij. Is able to pay a grcBfef rail ray haul nd still comp'ne actively-with tbe product of other mines.- Realizing the ibaopoly, the mUiera the owners menace to their i of otnor were tied tip six hours bv a break in the I Ivdro-Eleclric'system. of arc- ...i.' They have ako conspired to Accidents will happen. foreign Isl.or out.of the EUte, Sen miles north, and forty miles southeast of Foremost, (here are I forty townships fully jellied, tin which there are" at least tsvo Ihousand farmers, the great need for the projected construction, becomes at once apparent. Further, the convenience given will Vave farmers the hauling of twenly to forty miles which present conditions force on thwn. Tlie fanners in the district are-naliirally enthusiastic over the announcement made, and a duly rests with the C. P. R. to see that their hopes are iiot.frnstralad. The company has the oppor- tunity of earning the gralilude'pf Ihe settlers in the district and If is jo be' sincerely hoped that nothing will transpire lo cause a change of mind in its proposals, From the present outlook special efforts will he necessary for the transportation of the grain. .Tin's doubt the rail- .way company has foreseen.'With if rests the responsibility of the beneficial effects which weathsr.conditions have to far promised to bring nbout, tiie United Sttifi Scnale.wiil lie gin an Investigation Into tec condi- tioDB that brought aloul a state of civil' war in the mines of West Vir- ginia. 'For tbe federal government thus to project itself into a question ihal would appear'to ccnrenra state alone is a very unusual indeed, and when tbe rnotion Vas made on the floor of the United RtaUs Senate for B federal investigation" tbe repre- sentatives of the elite hotly protest- ed against trill interference. Ilon- ever, the senator who had made the motion said that it the duty tbe United States to protect all zens in the enjoyment of the rights that had been 'handei down lo them ENCOURAGING EXPERIENCE 'THE FARMERS' ADVOCATE has been persistent in ifs advice -4 to farmers to lake up mixed fnrmjng. .The following frqm Ils pages therefore should serve as an encouragement to Ihosc .who are contemplating going into tim industry: j II is encouraging this spring (0 go through mixed farming districts and note the contentment that prevails. Il is interesting to contrast, lliccontcnlmcnl with the series of complaints that arc heard .wherever aH grnin growing is practised.' While prices have ixren low, stock prices have been high. The result !j that farmers who kepi a few of good stock, instead of having usual'satisfaclory returns have had n real "fal" rc- turn.diiring' several months, when the man depending on returns from grain had scarcely enough lo pay him for his trouble.'.- It docs not.follow thaf all farmers should turn their alien- lion lo stock raising. There are sections in which Inck of water or other essentials makes such jtyle of farming impracticable, fere I? ea doubl, however, Ifet man who, possible, TRUCE MINERS' WAR' and Iti many other.'-'ays takfn the side of Ihe men. There iably tome trutfa in this charge, (oo. !but there cau be little do'Jbt that the Virginia ocsnere are able to i Virginia ocsnere are aoie On Tuesday a committee appoints rr9m time .Charta, pm) coli B0 not because c lf lhe .jate, failed n mf p3rUclllaT ewMn this duty it was .tie bustaeSB-or tlie UODi %ut because of th federaf goveroment lo glye redress tp profllt ot thflr a citizens. Moreover, he that ie tremendous and their gen- eral system of holding the men in some of the causes, of the trouble, ia fc Empire, Toronto. the state of Wtat Virginia originated j in clhcr that ll vould he impossible for a' state committee to I deal. -with triem. Senafe-ap-1 (iQlrjUd.a coramltlce h'lch have the ijower of almost life ioj West 'Virginia until lu'lnfesUgalioiis Bre-corajjleled. r'. The 'appointment of.-lhU has- caused a lulIUrV- ftQ''findjwtrial struggle that hae more, agd guards 'arc for a 'yea'r or Ready Bulletin) According to the local press. Viking Is at present in a dfitreBsfng predica- ment. It Appears that al a cerliln crossfng "one has to picx nis i (hrouKh mud and water in full of the passengers on the trams.'' Per- haps a notice printed In respectful terms might induce the paejengen not lo look. Why Border. Won't Appeil l-Monilng Albeftan) Bourassa declares. (fiat the govern' mcnt not get eight hecjn the next Dominion elec-tloa, Jani! Boiirassa just alioul knows how things are Ilktly (o go In that With but sight horn Quebec and aoythfcj but a clear In Ontario, which will nfver come again, (he govern raenf nouH find Itself In the mliorlty and the olher prorlncei would. onlr add to It. It In not iurprlstog (dat Mr. Bordtn does not hclltve that leople should be consulltd on the navy question. BtHtr Invdlloitt Adrcrtlser) Dr. Warnock, M. p., in parliament vigorously championed Ihs cauio o Ibs'jelflers IH rorcuplna Hllle who' would bq oollgcd lo move If al that region werts Included In pro- posed. cow forest TSiJervo. Tho i Uie rest in ilto liank. You -tvill iind yourself in the liest of ._' your troubles light- er your purse heavier if' .you buy- a unil join Ihe hnp- 'py'liirong of those who know oar. comfort- phis service satis- faution. than 275.000 Fords now la con- evidence of their wonderful cocrit. 'ftuaabour., J675; Touring Car J75Q; ToVn Car f. o. b, Walkervllle all Avenue South, FIGURES IN TARIFF1 DEBATE AT WASHINGTON A. Virginia, Democrat, ini.ReprcKJnlitlvd RUwIl, Republican above; Representative C. M. 111., Liwlj'an'd Thomw.- arc bill tooth and nail. or the forest reserves of ada and th.os conserving our.tlm- is-an fldmtrabTe one, and deserv- ng of all en courage men i. -But, with, be hncdrtfcs of thousands of acres pf unttttkd country available It does not ifftoi that land wbtcb iafi_. settled 'for a quarter of s. and :'more, 4tnJ which is rancbfng mixed farin- .should be depopulated for thp irpoee of creiUng a forest From Hie .debate as printed in tbe ahfard report (here (o be E diversity opinion as to whether tbe proposed does or not the ranrfi and cfore acting. a Jpke Her 'On that p-oonds did the base her suit for "CrueKrr-Her hutband forced her to model Brcjkfno Into Print "My rouilb ooce' wrote and was printed." wiii'.ifj." ''Mis' 'marriage anrjouncement.'1 Sure Nuff ".My young man's a real aatd Bvtle, the aaleiltdy, shifting her of. Jchswlnp gum. "He never blows hli'soup llXe a common person: he fans It wllb his Punch .Held Banquet HtiSeld, The Head Club, which has a membership of ?6, irlir.bold a- oanquel'-In, a man- aged bv John riodemeyer, a baU-headed editor, will be toastmastcr, Tbe six Carl brothers of Mtchfield; all balix beaded, will luijBEo, You Said Thtrt, Ba Recently tbc-papere prjotcd a story that, out ot respect to >1ho late-Mr. Flagler, every railroad Iraln in FlorHa Kould stand still [or (en minutes, be- ginning at 3 o'clock a cerWn after- noon. If It only had-been agreed tbat, beginning at the .same hour fi'crr Iraln ID Florida 'would jun" for (en Maftruss would 'a' been real respect, York Mall, They. (o Him Commend us to Senator ficdfielfl. Notwlthslandipir.- ,'t'tose' flippant rtecoratlve jetjreaMS -be_ slandc by his uhlsliera, Which recalls Hie story'of old Qulglny, Asked; bin why. he rlifln't trmr oft'hfg "N'of oii replied. "Them mtltkeri It Ik' only (Msg f eitr tad )iick If (oofc me sefelx 'i --treeK sn' 24 houra a dny'Tor1 Sl'yeirs.tp'jbfiog to their Kiic'nt 'oliptilectlini" Pluln MIXED FARM-BEST EVER oirrwr of S20 tats, nine miles from Lethbrldge snVwllh.. in of ilic track, all under cnltitaUon crop In A. J. cowllUon, will tell at once, owing to 111 health ol e. member of hta lbt and dafry for flu In Southern Albctla. Thcra aro SO ncrei in 'Tlrr.btby, H.icret In )15 icres In crops, and about 60 acres In sum- ftouie, barns, and creryllilng to do WIUi' _ Ttttr la DIOTO Into and keep going.. Onncr will Tell ell ir purchaser vUhcs and If 'desired t wliraccept paymtnt and tne balance on-long and eaiy jjtymenH. Only a real larmer is viantcd on such flat, md i good firmer can make good here from the, stsrt, for Don't tail to 'do this now 'if you want a bargain. jAddrws Post Omco Box 662, 1'hone Rural 905, ;