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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TAfiK FOUR L K i n 2 u i a G B a A 1 H K R A i, 11 MONDAY, MAKC'H U, 191-1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? Piibl'iihtd by th; Herald Prlrtlna Co., Ltd., evtry lawful evening al Hi office. Sixth St. Alberta. Canada. W. A. Managing Director JOHN ButlneM MamgM PHONE: Advertising. Circulation >fi Jei Departments PHONE: Editorial, Reporterlal and Department 1224 1252 year, delivered months, delivered S moiiths, Belirered I moalh, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, by Jcai! 52. C3 moatbs, by 11.00 5 rsoolhj. by tsall 45 1 inontb. bv rcall 51.50 75 25 tesKC-i is often as desired, bat boih LWV n-j cM aasl lie gives. HERALD FOR Red Cross Bpallie Grissy Lake i- Boot Store; J. 0. Co.; CraabroOA ertson fi Co.; Jscksoa Kemp 4: Cofaea Co.; Aleiicdra Hotel; Proviucial Agency. ple's Dnis Sloro; Kenny Allin; LelibrMge Plnchcr Dr. Leading uoofc and News Store, 109A Sth Aie. Cltar Drc; NVorld N'ewa Co. DUrr.ond Dr. UVstlake Bros. Vancouver The Station KdwarJ Read. Mtdiclne Hit Assinibola Co.; News Shop. M5 Granwell World Sows Co. Carmangay Clarence Jair.lefoi; A. D. River SHo World News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Pub'I'hed every Wedr-esdir In eight or more pases, and contains a SUPV-..V week, local and district SUOO months in idiancft of the noa's of tbe 1 year in advance SUB.COMMITTEE OF LOWER HOUSE APPOINTED TO BRING IN REPORT THE OPEN-BOOR CHURCH. A fortnight ago hundreds of the big men and women of Canada gathered in Ottawa lo attend the Socinl Service Congress. Addresses were delivered by political, business, professional and church leaders on subjects toucliing the soc- ial side of Ihe nation's life. The congress is significant of the Twentieth Century. It reveals a stale of development along lines which haye hitherto struggled along neglect- ed. In Calgary a series of extension lectures on Mirmeapclis, Minn., March investigates ot all Wiio aal cotton exchanges in tte United States, in- cluding tbe sample markets at- Minne- apolis and Dululh, by a commission up of members ol both houses o! Congress and experts appointed by the 1'resident, will If recommended by Democratic leaders in the Lower o'.'se at Washington this week. 'Ihe committee on rulfs aller hear- ,j arguments oa a resolution intro-' writ by Representative James A. Manahan, ol Minneapolis, decided, on the extensive inquiry. The full committee voted on Satur- day in favor of tie probe and ap- pointed a sub-committee to make a detailed study ol tie complaints made by the Chambers of Commerces etc., and make a report to the House on the necessity ol a sweeping investigation. The. sub-committee Is mile up of the. following: Repre- sentatives Henry, of Tesas: Haid- wick, of Georgia Cantrill, o! Ken- tucky, Lcnroot, of Wis- consin, and.Kell'ey, ol I'eansylvanm, The Democratic platform called for GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY PA- VILION, EX-. POSITION, SAN FRANCIS- CO, CAL, 1915 The Grand Trunk Pavilion, wlilcl will occupy a prominent position in tha railway- fltzs. at the corlbeasl corner of the grounds of the Panama- Pacific Exposition, Trill bo directly opposite, the, mammoth machinery suggestion for a joint commission to armors' wives learn things they need to know jbout their vocations. And after they leave these schools, which have .n. it I .1 J J u ItM Lt jvillfc ivluulu-ikvjk vu luslified their existence by the record attendance ulate ttc was maac a week In their first year Hon. Mr. Marshall intends by Chaimiari Henry, o! Ihe rules the pupils shall not be lost sight of. To keep them working along scientific lines even after 'resolution called for an ii.iraediatem- lhey are working for themselves, he has arranged Ttsligation of the methods of tbe a series of dairy competitions in which it is in- j tended these ex-pupils shiill compete. The re-tTraie. suits should be two-fold. The competition should! Tte Minneapolis congressman, who teach Ihe actual farmer on his own farm how to ONTARIO ORANGEMEN SEND HELP TO ULSTER Ocelpb, Ont.', March prov. incial Orange Grand Lodge of On. so-investigation ol gambling in grain ;tario_ West further endorsed the palace, adjacent to the passenger fer-, tbe decorative effect of tbe building, ry slips, and overlooking San Fronclv I The roof will be covered with a rich co Bay AB wll! be, observed, de' -d Spanish'tile.. Tbo design (or this Is simple In outline, and Spanish' building 'was tbe one accepted by renaissance In character, maktni a! Kipositlou authorities as the s'lrmd handsome and ornate structure The! ard for all tho olher buildings whlcli walls will be of stucco, rough finish will to erected oa the railway plaza, and tinted a soft cream shade, rellov- This pavilion will houso the exhlbllis ed with an ornamental ouriched band! of both the Grand Trunk Hallway and carried around the building under the I ihe Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. eaves. Shields and fountains have been effectively placed lo enhance keeping ot Ireland within the Empire, by appropriating Jim sum of 5500 from the funds of the association, which will bo forwarded to the Ulster Unionists. The session en'dcd this and the proposed investigation is in statements o( H.W. ISro. Fred morning at the conclusion of (lie el- line with the platform pleats. The ho. retiring GrauJ--31 aster, for the, ecllon and installation of officers. acted as counsel for the committee in the Lower House 01 the Minnesota apply what he has learned al school, and il snoiilo j Legislature that mado tie inquirj- in- social service topics is being given under the mispiccs of Ihe university. The last lecture was delivered by His Lordship Bishop JlcNally of (he Roman Calholic church, in which he emphasized ihe part Uie church is playing in'the grear social questions of the day. Right here in Lethbridge a new church has been opened, and it is one of the aims of that church thai it shall be part and parcel of the social life of the whole community. Consider these three out of many instances which have come under our notice in recent days, and there is only one a nation we arc coming to realize fhal what a man is as a man in relation to his citizenship is of more im- portance than what he. may think or believe; thai, while creeds be as long as Ihe world lasts, it is of more importance that a man shall occupy his rightful place in the community as an assel to lhal community's every activity than that he shall believe a certain creed which exerts a negative influence in his daily iifc, the main purpose of which, apparently, is that it shall save him from the torments of the damned in a world .which is to come. The olden days of the "hell-fire" preacher are passing. People are beginning to cast off the old superstition, and are looking for something that is of real service on Saturday as well as on Sun- day, something in Ihe way of real Christianity that works seven days a week. The churches are grasping this demand of the people and instead of building "Sunday-go-tp meeting" churches they arc erecting what they lire more pleased lo term "plants." These new plants, like power stations, are designed (o give off energy day of the week. They are sup- posed lo run full lime. Their energy is not so directly aimed al making a man remember there is a hell, as is the cnse in the old style Sunday mausoleums, hut if these plants can keep men thinking that all the good wilhin themselves is for every day use, they promise something in the of social service that will be very acceptable even to those of us in whom the church-going habit is not over-slrqngly developed. The open-door, seven-day-a-week church is a twentieth century institution evolved out of the demands of the dav. acl as an incentive to building up dairy herds that deserve the name, throughout the province. This is bringing the department of agriculture home to the formers in the right way. ll is a long jump from the ordinary department whose chief nim seems to be to keep musty records, but it is proving its worth already, and il promises lo do a great deal more lo make a real mixed-farming province, where il will be Ihe rule rather than the exception when trains with 13 carloads of hogs leave Lethbridge, or any other point, lo feed the population of the big eastern or southern centres. yet? OUR POINT OF VIEW Sf. Patrick's Day in the morning. Preserve the custom by wearing a bit o1 the green. Good evening, are your sweet peas sprouted That rain on Saturday night was quite re- freshing after the sultry March days we have been enjoying. (Toronto papers please copy.) Only a couple of weeks until Easter. It's a lone time to keep that new hat and suit underion tiie xi s Minneapolis. Hi to the grain situation charges that tbe sample market at Minneapolis was a detriment to the farmers of Minnesota, North and South Dakota. He charged many evils including the privilege ol mixing srain.- .Me.rnliers of tiie Minneapolis Cham- bsr of Commerce went to Washington to refute the statements made, by Mr. Macahan. Grain raea ol the north- rest are inclined to. welcome the na- tional investigation.-. Ttey aver that it will -the.situation. At the present there is a certain amount of dissatisfaction on the part joi tho northwest ..representative speakina before the rules, charged that wheat coming Irom the Dakota's is in Minneapolis elevat- ors. He took for illustration five cars of wheat graded "N'o: 2" and "S'o. 3" northern, "rejected" am "no grade." All this wheat 13 grad- ed by. the Minnesota Stale Railroads and Warehouse Commission. He said "It is bought on" the floor of. tfci Chamber ol Commerce by a grain house. Tbat came from an elevator but the elevator company has" anoth- er name.. The grain1 is sold to a sub- sidiary elevator, is put into Its ele- vator and 'doctored', mined, treated, or ivhatever progress is1 usedi and when it comes out oi that elevator, it is graded as N'o. 1 northern. They make the farmers sell the grain as it arrives in ipolis. He pays- one cent a j bushel commission to the broker for selling it, and besides r.e has to pay switching charges even if the car is delivered to the. elevator di- rectlf. "The grain dealer, operating Messrs. HOSB Macdorald of Mon- treal, are- tho architects. FIRST IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE Toronto, Ont., March hun- dred Immteranls from Ihe British a vanguaril of this year's immi- grant army, airlved in Toronto thli morning. Over three hundred anil fifty go on to the northwest. our western athletes. Saturday seemed to be a Jonah day for west- ern hockey teams in Toronto the Good. If it had been the day before, Friday Ihe 13lh, we might have had some excuse to offer for the defeat of through the subsidiary elevator pany, buys at the lower grade .led sells on the grade after the grain.is doctored." At tbe grain investigation .by tte committee from the Minnesota legis- lature a year ago, Maoihan'jvent orf record as absolutely opposed to' tie raising that was permitted'licder lie rules oi the sample markets. Follow- ing the decision ot the rules com H Just what was that last Dominion loan dumped down on the London market for? While some of our Conservative friends, who en- joy telling their audiences how Premier Sif- fon is ruining Alberta's credit, are thinking out the answer, wo advise them lo keep their ol the House of Ilepreseela- at- Washington to have a suh- jcomrailtee. go into'the whole grain and cottoa situation, Chairman Hcniy issued the following "Sub-commitlee will look into all legal questions involved as well as questions of fact with a view to ap- fixed on Parliament Hill. A PRACTICAL DEPARTMENT. ON. Duncan Marshall is doing some revolu- tionizing in his deparlmenl of the of Alberla. If ho were across the line he would be" a Bull Mooscr. He is a Progressive fnr hn broken away from the old limeworn rut that has characterized departments of agriculture in the past and "biill-mooscd" his way into a system that has (he letters "practical" written large all over H. Hon. Duncan evidently believes in making his 'department what the people want. Though ac- cused of starling wrong-end-to, he has built n number of agricultural not colleges bul plain, ordinary schools, which arc designed lo bear the same relation to (he business of agricul- Jure as the business college docs (o Ihe business the mercantile world. They are plain school boys and girls who want lo be farmers and Mighl il, could il, would it be possible, do you suppose, thai that extravagance story about the G. T. P., evolved out of Ihe work of two years by Messrs. Gulelius a cosl of (o be made a cloak for another onslaught on the treasury hy two of Canada's outstanding railway moguls who just now are sticking close lo Parliament Hill? The completion of ihe sleel bridge at Milk River will enable the government to complete another link in Ihc north and south highway, ncidcntully il will remove nn obstacle in the. way of Canada's share in Ihe Lefhbridge-llelcna in- crnational highway. The opening of (his high- way may come abonl this year. It would be a jfood way lo celebrate 100 years of peace he- tween Canada rind the United Stales. By the way, we haven't heard much lately from the'local Peace Centenary commilfce. With such n high- way as this promises to be, and Ihc proposed in- lernalionnl rfcacc monument to he creeled at Coutls-Sweet Grass, Lelhhridge and the Montana cities could do quite n lot lo impress the ctnlcn- nry of prate on Ihc people of the hvo banner stoics and provinces of Ihc northwest. pointing the joint committee to makrt n thorough investigation into the methods ar.d practices of the grajn and cotton exchanges. wish lo know whether these practices depress or enhance the prices ol farm ducte and whether they are for good or evil. are.agreed lhat this fs one of; view ol the platform dtmand gambling in these products. 1 believe! that the promise o! th.e platVorm! should out. "If committee could bo! dgrccd upon, it will he fully equipped with power to send for persons and papers so that every phase uf the situation ol the grain" exchanges and cotton markets ol New York, Kew Orleans, Minneapolis, nuluth, Chica- go and other market centres can be Investigate thoroughly." The Ottawa Ilrose, Kearney, has ten sold by Mr. Donald Dault to Mr. Nicholas .Jacobs, of 1'ariy Sound. (Jhcsley, Ont., requires citizens lo clean from walks before 9 a in. on week days and 10.35.on Sundays. The Straight Line in Creating Demand 1 "A Straight Line is the Shortest Distance between Two Points" Whatever troubles old Euclid gave us in our schooldays his-> axiom: were simple enough. In our businew life to-day we showxa lively appreciation of the truth of this axiom in cutting out superfluous the saviog of time and labor. In making goods the straight line is the shortest distance between raw material and finished product. In Selling Goods, the straight fine is. Newspaper Advertising. It is the shortest distance between the seller and the buyer. Some manufacturers are applying the straight line in the making of their, goods, but neglecting it in Ihe selling of them. Some have no line of communication with the con- sumer at let their message meander along bv- pvihs of "chance acoiininfanresriin irmtefld of ing it along the strai chance acquaintanceship instead of telegraph- raight line of Newspaper Advertising. Newspaper Advertising is the Shortest Distance between the two points of "Supply" and "Demand." If you doUf a local tilfc over your pfobltrrj v.v'n fa Adyrttiling of Nevviptptr. H yoo RJO doinr R prtrriadal or national fl wou'd be Wfll for you lojiivr, cour.Ml a ijtTKy. A lilt of will be furniiheo. Wiihoul cost cr ofclfii-Jan, by tVe. Serreiary of the Cuuitn Prur Room B-jilctinf, Toronto. 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