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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VfOHDAY, 8, 19UO. THE lETHBRmGE DAILV HERALD PAGE SEVEN Why Should a Newspaper Give Free Publicity In Its Columns? Philadelphia Paper Tells of the Dozens oi Requests' Which Every Newspaper Receives Daily'to Print Free Something Which Will Help Somebody Else, But Not the Paper. VICTORIA, B.C., May afford norc crltTttvo protection to logging uperatipns iu wore congested areas ol the coast aud Vancouver Island dla- ,rk-t telephones be em- ployed by forestry branch of the department of lands, Hon. T. Pat- tullo. minister of lauds, lias announc- ed. An agreement lias been entered uto between the department and the Marcoui company whoso contrail T.-Ji' provide for equipment ol five launches and establishment of four land stations. w EKE Philadelphia to pay at commercial ratvs for all the free adver- tislngiwhich tie newspapers now contribute the out- lay tor that item would exceed tuo whole tost oC.thc police depart. uicnt, i. There ?6 nt-ver a copy ot any of those pjpars day ot tho year which docs not uinlain from oni, to twenty news or editorial, is u gratuity himled out'for the'commoa welfare and from which the puper direcJly or -Indirectly received a p'Kriny pf profit. Tile peoplo of this c-liy "never cipect a shipyard to do anjiuiag.but buiU! ehfps. A locomotive plant has done its duty-v.-hen'it constructs railway, engines. A hat factory, flour mill, clothing factory, bank, store, trolley road and telephone! is not reckoned upon to give its time, service or capital tor boosting any enterprise excepting its own. But a newspaper has dozens.of requests every day to print or lo urge. to condemn or damn, to beg or promote Eonieth-ins of which the owner of the paper can derive no-finanifoil benyfiu-.HQ is coiyloy blw capital in that, way. for the common welfare. A newspaper has but U'O possible sources of income. One- is from 'he sale- oC the'-paper anil the other .from tbo sale ol syace. MTiatevor, in a does.uoE attract to buy is profitable- thing for ths _ Whatever'in a paper takes up space wucro an might be printed is a direct and. immediate loss. Very little; of what is called "civic boosting" ever brings to a newspaper a single reader. Certainly no begging proposition does. Somebody always requires FO It seems, and .the .papers are ex- pected to print columns of appeals. But no persons ivpuld._ever think of buying a newspaper Just to. read an article asking him to contribute money to someone miles away. An account of a prize fight, baseball game, murder, election, .elope- ment in high, social circlEB, a liorso race, a battle- or a hot debate in Congress, would sell papers. Readers would buy to sac Unit sort..oljl.hiiig. Yet the Philadelphia papers give daily many .space oil white pane- that costs ihcm dearly to the boosting or pro- positions. And let Fhilailelphians remember that such Vnot the case'every- Tue journal which for a century and a quarter1 has'been'regarded ia all parts of the" world as newspaper published la Hut so far as booming London as well be printed in Tokio. It devotes but little of Its' resource's'ami capital to lhal sort of thing. II may bo contended that it'is a newspaper's, legitimate business to urge anci beg and boost. But it Us no more the functioii-of a newspaper tlian of a magazine and magazines thrivo by publishing only such articles as their editors believe the public wishes to read. The magazinp tries and docs secure circulation "by interesting its read- ers and so gels advertisements. It publishes no appeals, never urges better Btrcet paving mid cleaning docs not coax people iu contribute for the sup- pert of hospitals anil colleges. makes no demonstration for saving babies, swatting the fly or any of those-, public things wMch newspapers are constantly asked to help. Every newspaper'publisher knows that there Is neither "circulation nor financial gain in siicl, a policy, yet they all do it. So the newspaper gives more of Its services free than almost any other Institution that is not an enduwdd charity, while at the tamo time it volun- tarily, for what it deems to bo the public good, refuses to accept profitable advertising. Who can estimate, therefore, the sum total of such a policy, day in and day out, adhered to by our Exchange; Phila- delphia. WIRELESS PHONES TO HELP RELIEVE LOGGING CONGESTION VANCOUVER PROVIDING MORE MONEY FOR TEACHERS VANCOUVER. B.C., Nay in- crease of a year In school teachers Salaries Is provided for'in the new wage schedule now being meat. Might consider trading for Grazing, Lands FOR SALE acros, St Valley, five mtles from (he toxvu o.F Maryvilk'. D.C. A portion ct tlio land contains a stand of raercanlik- timber, the biiianco has been logge-.! off, and is tine pasture, Thcro is a loi or fine log buildings which were for leasing camps. A beautiful stream runs through the centre of property will irrigate several huuilral litres. Tbis will makm ;tu excellent slock ranch develepoJ. None of tho laiuJ has cultivated, rrico 17'HO-pcr acre, on 15-yeir couiruct. In- terest.1 6 per cent, and small cash pay. Best Oil is The Sweetest Oil from Apricots NOTICE considered by Vuucuuver si-hool trus- tees. Under the proposed schedule in three years from now. the increase over this year's present scale of salar- ies will be property in the district. "oads Hade Impassable By Re- cent Were Stalled. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) TLTMN, Hay Aim started to make his customary.trip on Satur- day, with the car. but on reaching Iron Springs decided to go home and take four horses instead.- The Lsviljcs' Aid met V'eduesday at Mrs. N. the quilt was completed, olid tho .attendance sood despite Hie bad roads. ed homo on Friday after spending- a few days in town attending the fnn- Jlrs. Hell liasibeen.on the for the'past wcfik.- efal of his niece! Mary Doherty. Mrs. Harold Koss anil ;bahy le't on Wednesday, for Lethbridge where she ill >isii her mothei, -Sirs. Cornwall for1 sanie time.' Mrs.'j. P. Doherty is. confined to her home through illness. ilr. Batota. was in Tuesday'the guest of >Ir. and 11 rs. C. A. Hunt Sir. Allen of Lethbrldse is a busi- ness visitor in town.' Mrs. Bell and children left for a visit on Monday to Medicine Hat where they will b'o tho'guest of Mrs. Bell's mother. Jir. Veale of Lelhhridge Is in town on business. Jfr. A. R. Shea left on Jtonday for a bnsinesa trip to the north. Tlio funeral ot llio late Mnry Doherty was held on 1-Yiday, April and was largely attended. The After suffering nearly ell day Erie remembered how she had once stopped a nervous headache with lenmolatum She rubbed some on her tKrob- bing temples and the cooling, saoitiing action of Menlholanira eooD lessened the pain. She has niter since Itta headtcliv last kll day. 5Ae ttops rt at ones Mentliolatum lieals cuts, burns and truisea gently and promptly. It is antiseptic, too. MeatbolttDza is told )iaZSc. t "The titlls I Address RO. Uox 189, City. HAIL HAIL HAIL Sir. Farmer, you have givc'.i some nought lo insuring your crops against mil. Whom are you going to insure with? Have, you given this serious consideration? Very likely you have not. Can we not reason this out gether? We are. farmers, too. AVe mow that tho commercial world Is organized. Are we? Wo are; but we lave not taken advantage of our or- janizatlons. We have boon Indiffer- ent, and that Is tho reason that the farmers are being dictated to by other organizations. Now Isn't it time we ;et together and stand back of our or- janlzatlons? Wo realize it is. Then let us make up our minds right now IN THK ESTATE OP THOMAS WILLIAM ROSS, LATE Ot' WAHN- EIl, ALBERTA, Dt> HOTICB is hereby Riven that all persona having c-laims upon tho estate of Thomas William Ito.'s. farmer, de- ceased, who died on or about the 3rd day of November, at Salt Lake City. Utah. U.S.A-, are required to file with (he undersigned by the Slh day ot June, A.D., 10SO, a full statement duly veriiled of their claims and of ony securities held by them and that after that date tho eiecutors of ths will of the said deceased will distrib- ute the assets ot the estate among the entitled thereto, having regard 'duly to the claims of which notice Has been so filed or which have been brought to their knowledge. DATED at this ISth day of April, A.D.-1920. DAVID FIOnTON' ELTON'. Solicitor for tho Executors, Lo place our insurance with the Farm- ers' -Firo Hail Insurance Co., which is owned and controlled tho farm- ers of Western Canada. Represented by THE UNIVERSAL, AGENCIES, Suite 5, Oliver Dlock. 12C-0 OS SAILINGS NEW LIVERPOOL Vauban ..ilaylo Cannanla .Mario K. A. Vic. May 25 Vestris .June 10 CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Manrtetnla Slay 22 Imperator Juno in Manrctanla Jutv 3 Imperator July 17 Aquitania .JulSl Imcerator .Aug 14 NEW CHER- BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON funeral proceeded to the Catholic j Uyl George May 19 Ryl Georgo Jun 23 Church. pall-bearers were .Iphn Uyl George Jul 2S Uyl George Sen 1 Occonnell, Stanley Hurtrain. Tom Kirkby, IxiwreJico Chishoin. Ho.v Shea. Jlrs. S. A. Hall i "former teacher linlp Rev. Father BiiWucalt at Gold Hidge. is in Medicine Hat at present taking treatment 'or her f.-yes. Her many friends will he pleas- ed to hear that Hie report of her los- ing her eyesight is wrong. Mrs. Keeno who lias been visiting hor dauslitcrs.-Mi-s; and Mrs. returned this week to her home at Sweet Grass, Montana. James Tcncnt of LclhhrMgc '5 visit- ing his Mrs. Earl llammon. officiating at the funeral services. The First Aid girls attended in n body to pay tbetr last respects to one they had learned to live so well. The remains'were laid to rest in the pull- lie cemetery, F. C. Coates conducting funeral arrangements. The floral were many and beautiful Jlilk Hivcr school leacliers and pupils, wreath; Uncle Jim and family. Sand- point, Idaho, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. -The recent' rairi and storms j Oborn, heart; mother and father, pll- liave made thf! roads impassable tor low; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. C. .A, llnnt, as a result -Norman Nelson and sMnnsor.' have been stranded in ridge since Thursday. 1 Hoy liowers- has again lakcn up his Catlmlio I.-jdics' Aid. -Mr. and Mrs. Mantle, Jlr. Mrs. T. KlrJrby, Mr. and Mrs. Occonnell. Mr. and .Mrs. Biirtrain, Mr. aiid Mrs. Ooatcs. Mr. residence on life farm northeast of land Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Turin, whoro he wtll.j'pul 'in a 'crop and Reciter, Lcthliridgo, Dr. and this spring.: Mrs. (Mica, Sirs. JlcAdoo, .-While drilling wijii-hi? tractor Kri- day. E. Ingram mei'w'ith a bad ac- cident. i.-ausht between tii'e drill'.. ('.rnV'-lroctor.'.-crushing tite bone. In proof of Ilia oki asiom a Will Hierr-'s a way." P- Ivindiat madu her u.iy out from bridge last week. Leaving her hus- band to bring Choir car iionic when the roads would permit, suo look tho train to and' walked froni tliero-to Uio Jackson home on Satur- day, facing liie hlizianl, a distance ol'alKnit twelve miles. Tho next day the got as far ag Klascliuck, and on Monday reached her own 'Jlr. ft. JidV Sir, -and JlrJ JochiMim. Mr. and .Mrs. S. 1. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. (.'has. Orilfilhs, Mr. anil .Mrs. II. H. Kaliner, Jlr. and Mrs. Tol- Kvcr-ready 'lint :iT Winnilred return- MANITOBA GETS LARGE FUND FROM FURS WIX I'EU, Ma v on. j Valentine Wlnkletyprovincial minister j of HgrlcnUure, slated that Ihe coUcc- Iton of the royalty on furs, established by statute nt the last scsMoii of tlio legislature, being inatla prlnci- paUy it The Pap, whnrc Ifift dcparl- incnt a rnprcscntntK'o to do this work. In nddltlon to thlH, hrj i-alil, tho department received nrijionthly return from all fur dealers In Winnipeg in j which (hoy declared the umount of' furs that (hey handled during (ho month well as the source they re- ceived them from. A dealer, he said, i-onlrl not pel a fur tanned In the prov- ince without a permit from (he depart- ment which slated that Ibe tax had been paid. Neither wit) the railway coniliriiilfji} handle furs for shipment unless it similar permit has been re- ceived. Jlr. WinMer that sonic IhouflanrJs of dollars had been resolv- ed' from this source of rcvcnun al- ready. GO P> Sailings TO LIVERPOOL May ll...Umiiress ot France Mcllln Minncflnsa Virtorinn Metagnma .Empress of Franco Cor.iicar. May JS May 29 June 9 -Innc ii JniiD 15 June 12 Juno 19 Melila June 25 ..Prince Frp'l. Will. July 5 Victorian July 3 .Minnerlosa .Tniy M ol" Frrineo July 10 Mctafinma July 17 Corslcan' July 2S ..Princn Kroil. Will.. July 21 MclHa Ans. 4 Victorian TO GLASGOW May W Sicilian .lime 2 1'retorian .Innc Sifilinn July 7 I'relorrati July 2S Sicilian (Passporl application tormj Call or write for full frfforrni- lion, C. V. R. Ticket Ottlco, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 TfcXots issued on nil othor At- lantic lines. WITH OLD-TIME GOODNESS They're .simple old fashion- ex! hnkotl as- ilolhers and grandmothers cocked them for us. A littJc calsuii is nddcrl be- cause remember Uiat- as youngsters, always want- ed mother lo DHL a Imitle of tier tomntn wince un tJiu tnhlc tho day we liatl bahcd leans. TRY ONE CAN OF QUAKER BRAPiD PUT UP BY Dominion Caimers B. C. Ltd. Head Office, Vancouver, B. C. The naff: ivay to HCTK! money by la by Dominion Express Monry Orders. Steamship For full information ro sail- in irs and rates on C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR AND ALL OTHER LINES Apply THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Hls'nbolham Block, Phone 1412 Information AT 3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Members Are Requested To Be Present. SERVICfi DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1855, Office 409 3rd Avc. S., Lcthbridce, Alberta Ride In a McLjurjhlln Special. It costs no more. i'OU DON'T KNOW How Much You Can Get For Your PELTS and FURS UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 'H2 ADDRESS: 320 6lh ST. S, P.O. BOX 5 HELP THE BABIES! I TAG 15 etAndyDDlt If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs rfipalrlng. "know (ho equipment and tlio hlgBCut fhop In AlborU !a at your service. THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Sliver Grill your out-of-town supplies with I Dominion Money Orders, Kivo dollars coats three cents. HIDES PELTS RAW FURS WOOL AND TALLOW YOU WILL RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE FIRM. THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE WEST A. CARRUTHERS Co. Ltd. P.O. BOX 37 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 595 1251 SECOND AVE. S. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT ;