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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THBLETHBRIDRE HERALD FRIDAY, .MARCH 13, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 PuM'Sh-d the Lethbrldst Herald Printing Co.. S.M., every llnlul evening at Us office. Sixth SV, Letnbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director JOHN Manlgir PHOKE: Editorial, ftrportcrlal and Newi Department l 1 J 1 j PHONE: ng. Circulation and 1252 -r t year, d.'Jiveiei] C raoutbs. del'vertd 3 UflUored 1 D.omb. tielivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year. 6y mill G months. 51.W 5 months, bv mill .35 1 by mail 1 a? often as desired, tut o' i i'.ij 53.00 .75 .25 HERALD FOR 'Cross Peatlle Grassy Lake Book J. G. Co.; CraubrooS: ertsoc Co.; Jackson t Co.: Alfsamlra Hotel; Provincial Kerap i- N'eWi ple'? Stoio; Kenny Altin; pauy. Pincher Dr. Leading Hoot cad News Stii Ate. Cigar Drus World N'eTvs Co. Diamond Dr. The Edward Head. Medicine Hat Co.; News Shop, Paul Co, Clarence Knol- Jamlecon MacSeod A. D, Hirer Side WorM THEAYEEKLY HERALD everj- WedDEEday In "ore pagps, and coptUns a suxxary ct the nesvs ol tha vreeV, local and dlslrtci 1 year In adrar.ce months In advance 'Oh! Look who's here Mrs. Edwards .a brand new, recipe for'ser-.' ving'. home -nude- Baked Beans. Yb'ti don't know beans until you've -tried them this BAKED 1EAXS i. Mjkc i TOMATO SAUCE, toinito SJ'jce by using tiuce packets of KDWAIM' ToHvro Sovr and hilf i pint cclJ wrcr. Boil limit perfectly. smooih.. AJj butter Pjur A'l A LESSON FROM SWEDEN; CAN Ilii ANADA is'nirijjiil; Il'is a flne bul Iliis western part of it lias been hurl by what you call your real estate bonrii. You should hope you ncvsr have Thai is (lie opinion of Western Canada :is gathered by Mr. RiuiolplrVernc, representing the ''Svcnska the leading paper of Swed- en, 'pnlilishcil in Slockliolin. :Mr. Yenie should know, lie has been scnl oui specially by his paper 16 in this country to which so many of liis Tellow counlrymen have come ami are still coming. He .lias spent several yenrs of liis life in Soulhern Sweden where, he says, the land is very similar 16. thai of the prairie provinces. Mr. Verne's hope should be our hope. We would.b.lced through the nose, tb.piijvliigli prices induced by a protective larilT so that the manu- facturers might continue to increase then: mil- lions, and further extend their'sales in the mar- kets of the world, either the free trade markets or.markets of other countries which are turiH walled. 1 Of course the facl llml the farming industry is the staple industry of Canada has nothing to do with Mr. Borden or 'the Conservative govern- ment. The mere fact dial the industry repre- sents thousands of-dollars, dnd" employs thous- ands of men where the factories .for manufac- ture of agricultural inipleinenls represent one dollar and employ one man does not count, It's I a mere If'comits-jiVst'iis mijch as the facl that Canadian of ex- port wheat from other.countries .entering Can- ada, but for Hie sake of a the farmers Three varieties: Bran a. Tutuato tod tvt-. M Dtl t. s irfjl your Gmcr's. 10 oe had from wholesale and re-' till grocers ever) where. W. H. E'S. cott Co.. Limited, Winnipeg, Represen. tatives for Manitoba, .Saskatchewan and Alberta. HARRY VALLON Ouo of tho celebrated witnesses in Ihe lloseatbal ijiunler case. Ueckcr !ms iliitcd.that he believes Vallon lo be'lLd man who actually pulled'the Irlsgcr ana killed Rusentlml, anJ that lip sot drunk so tbat ba would not ioso tls uervo. FORMER EMPLOYEE OF COM- PANY ALLEGED TO BE i AMONGST COLORADANS want no more 'booms. There is nothing the is kcp{ so thrif counter harriers niiitler with (he couhtrv exdeiit fic-lilinii5 Innrl iiintler'with (he cduiilry excfcpt the fictitious land values that have iu many- cases been created. "We are coming back to normal, once more. The iiriancial stringency may prove a blessing iu dis- guise, for it will lejii! to jiul the real valuation on our jn-operiy that'production and nii'ifkel justify. On that sound basis wo. will all the sooh- ei- arrive at point where we will be support- ing a population that will compare in point of numbers as compared with our area lo that of Sxycden. There arc many problems of economic injporlance affecting onr land which we might well solve" by patterning after Sweden: -THE LIKE VIEW APPLIES. C PKAKIXG of the shortcomings of the Liberals the Montreal Star, amongst other items, re- ftrs to the treatment Hie Highways Bill met in Senate in the following manner: One slimghtercd highway the people who are still compelled to drive' i over bad roads, are clamoring Ihe money that the Liberals prevented from spent on them. We commend to that journal the comments of the Philadelphia Public Ledger over a propos- al to appropriate from the federal treasury to build roads in forty-eight Stales. !l says: "it is only the entering wedge for a species nf profligacy, wasle and political graft so dangerous that even .Ihe suggestion should affright the na- tion. The fact that the house voted hy a large majority for this violent departure from sound practice and decent conducf'carries no conviction rxccpl thai it furnishes a pregnant illustration of the niter irresponsibility of the average congress-' in an and .his lo plunge Ihe gov- ernment into the wildest and most dangerous en- terprises which hold out Ihe promise of a.distri- bution of patronage and public moneys fo the ticnclimcn of liis district." This paragraph is culled from Ihe Vancouver Sim, and we cannol do belter than append ils re- marks in the parallel which it affords lo (he Bor- tlen govcrnmcnl bill: 'The principle of ll.e Canadian bill-was the same exactly us that of Ihe American. Us pur- pose was to debauch the provincial constituencies, ajid every Canadian who values in Hie slightest purity mtisl concede that Ihe senate wns not only justified in throwing il out, but owcrl it us n mailer of duly lo the country lo talie that course." remain slacked hiyh against out grahi enter- ing a good arid natural market. The oilier, day] the'question on pf iron bounties is believ- ed-'to be a: conccrtcj effort to dis- suade Cplorailq irrigatiomsts from I making .uuichasos twas "Discussed to- at" a' Vurficjlly :called .meeting j of.-tbe-liasjano boatu 'of trade, Vice- i 1'jcsident Webster presiding. Tho occasion for the hurried calling of the board -logelher the sudden appearance'in ttn city of HP. n. Tre- go, of GSeichen, ivho was formerly coar.ected with tl.e lanil department of'the railroad as a salesman, who purchased a farm in the Oleichen country of the company nnrj who is r.ow at variance with his form- er -associates. Mr. Trcgo has been i coniiticting a campaign through the newspapers ol Denver ana St. 1'aul depicciatiiic; the irrigation projects of i the. Canadian Pacific railroad and urc- ing-prospective settlers to stay away. THE LATE EARL OF P.1INTO'''1 Once Governor Central of Canada, and later Viceroy'of wns up in Ihe'House. It was noi dealt with, but iiarch ist J the-government members promised'serious con-icaine ct an'oii-scotiif Englar.fl. He Washington, D.C., March !h farally; flnd to'authorize the secretary of agricul- .Carpbridge. ture .to investigate, hacrfitng, grading I iTT transportation of Win .and cot- c ,-u and to eslablisb .landards of So high an authority as-J. S. Dennis, vice-! came to military conditions, were ord LansdoVre.': In 1S98 he" euc- Introduced today by "Chairman Lever, siderationi Nol sii the question'bf free iural iinplemenls. Just a little contrast. TO CONTROL GRAIN TRADE president of the C. P. K. in charge of the depart- 1 ment of natural resources, said just a day or :IRO in Calgary in a speech before a public body, Ihat il is generally recognized that Canadian cities have grown to their limit for the present. Attention must now be turned.lo the settlement of the land, and to making, the- farmers truly prosperous. Mr. Dennis recognizes the true condition of affairs. Mr. Bordcn does not. However the time is not very far distant when Mr. Horden will have lo stand before the Canadian people and give an 'account of his stewardship. llien relurn their answer. The farmers will "Boss" Murphy has heen licked National Democratic Chili. Charles ivas recently kicked out of the presidential of the .National Chicago hall club. poor weather for Hie Murphys across the invis- ible line. odiscatc.sndto If it is not profitable enough to lake iron oul of the mines of Canada without a Hollar a lonlth. bounty attached, we had heller wait a few. years j vdruusiulu o... ___ v until fhc [iopulalion increases lo a point -where menu, use Rciall Olive O3 Emulsion to', and what charges, it any, will bo for transactions willi reference FREE AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. STKHN farmers may read Premier iior- den's remarks on the subject of free agri- uildirnl implcmehls, and Inke thcrcrruin what lympaliiy Ifiey con. If will not much. If wil'l ml burden them lo carry round. Mr. Bonicn locsn'i wnnl his fanning jiopulalion lo have OUK POINT OF VIEW eht I committee. dia. where fcs used the velvet-glove that concealed the Bteel gauhllet-in Uritish affairs. Hcturniolg from Inrtia he has liv.ed-in rellceraent.in.his tias- RUSSIA'S MILITARY 'MATES SHOW ESTI- INCREASE tie-in his 'death. March 12.-The ei- traprdiriarj military esiiioates UifEQ fit 0 DCnD! C jsabniitfo! to the. Russian Dama lllftNtp ULU rCUrLt 'amount lo over showing STBDIIfi ol lhirl) per Cl1lt We want to get th: r. to all old people ibotft ReiillOJve Oil Emulsion, aiercarfc- vnnu" for" tl able which ne'firmly believe id the rcir.edy ever nitdc tx> cvercoir e t he weakening, ftalirg effscts of increasir.g old age. It helps to re- buiEd wasted tissues, strengthen thener.'es, and give new energy ar.d a lively feeling to the body. It contai ns no akohol or danger- ous drug. It may not Tnakc you ftel bettei j for a few "days, b-j t if you do not feel much bitter Md stronger before you have taken coiirpareti witli 1313. This amount is t- from (he. ordinary appropria- army. INFORMATI N ]IVEN ON INTERNAL itEVATORS In the Uonso of Commons r as rh-jch 'as you have 6f other iiarch 2, some interesting qucslior.s nerve and blood-building food-medicine .1. rules will prevail govcrn- that we believe is superior to any.hiriH elie storasc, trcatiug, grad- substitution and inilliiijc in tran- Most Important of all MAPLC LtAF LABEL A food that is at once and easy to digest. Uo you sometimes overlook tbij impor- tant purchase? COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Cheapest y the Box I How you smack your lips over the.Seiicious idnc of a orangel Breakfast.wbuld-.bta blank ;E without it. I'Snnbisl" are the finest selected oranges grown- ..Swdtess tree-ripened, thin-skinned, fibreless. Picked, wrapped In tissm r, and packed by gloved hands. all frdits.. "Sunkist" Lemons on Fish And.Meats "Sunkist" lemons are Hie finest truit selected from Iho best lemon groves of California. -Mostly seedless iaore other lemons. "Sunkist" Orange. Spoon Gaaranletd Rosen A-I Standard Siker plain; 'heavy. premiums. -ict- K tr.ideraarks cut'lrom Sunkist orarfie or ierooa u-rappcrs and 12'cents. "Red .Ball'- orange and leraon wrappers count saroo as In remiifiiiK.sedd all amounuof 20 cents or over by postal nole, or express money order............. Scsd your name for our complete free "Sankisf pfeailurn circular aadPreminm Club Plan. Reduced prices at your by the box or half-box. Address all orders for'preciiinn' filvcrwarc aadnU correspond-nee to CAUFOSNTA FRUIT GROWEJIS EXCHANGE 105 Kii( St., Eiil, tar. Qwti, TeroDla, CW. The Scott Fruit Co., Limited LETHBRIDGE ALBEBTA WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA AMD THE CROW'S NEST PASS. Mr. Poster When tlicsc several olc-: valors are more nearly approaching Jlnrjsc Jaw, anil Calgary, completion, and when the time come I. What interior elevators have licen corarildt-J, what are under con- struction, and 'what others arc untler contract io be constructed 7 Hie increased ileninnd will make il ive larifT. the ..shape of restricted fanning occupies the counlry's imlustrial activity ns compn'rcd lo iron Ilic minds of some inlcrcslcd legislators. OTIIKK VIEUTOINTS We dare lo assert that in Ihe of Ontario, as in Ilio Legislaluro of Quebec, and in the House of Commons, there arc many mem- bers, who, whilsl exercising (lie duties of repre- sentatives of tlie people, nrc at flic same time in llic pay of companies itnd private corporations. They arc to be found in both parlies and the leaders of those parlies cannot he in ignorance of the facts. If is indecent to solicit a salary as did Mr. Kvaiilurel, but is it less indecent !o tlisercelly receive a salary to serve private interests in the legislatures or in parliament? We