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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publl.h.d by.lh. W, A. BUCHANAN-M.n.glng Director _______JOHN TORRANC M...Q.. Advertising, Circulation and Jofc Departments 1252 PHONE: Edlttfrial, tteportorial and Ntwi Department 12 24 mon is, dehrtrei. moutlis, uellrwed DAILY 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES I 3 month5, by mail g_. fflal! 'i bufboth Cresses must he given. J3.CO H.50 .75 THE OMLV HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Boot G DooS Store; J. O. Rob- pby Co., Lracurans ertson Co.; Jackson Company. Company. HcCrea; Mitchell Dreg Co. Bros. Wide World News Co.; News Shop, 4i5 Granwell Slrsst. News Co. .705 River Side Avenue. Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Drug Store; Kenny Allin; Lethbridsn Hole. Cigar Stand. Diamond D'Art Medicine Hat Hotel. D. Ferguson. Hotel. Conea News Agency. Hook and News Store. 109A Stb Avo. West; World News Co. Pincher Station Edwan) Read. St. N'eivs Co. Kncl- den., Ntjws Co, THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in or 6 monUas in advance White Star 3 bOMilifON LINE From.MdLllreii- Prftn Liverpool Sat'.'MarJB LauronUc Sat Sat. Tjmtcjiif. Sat May If' JufaJTif JrtjeaiitWSiit Mayas Sal. JuiieSS' May SO. 'And 'ttteniiftcr Book -early ami suouro choteo at accommodations. Secure prepaid tickets for your friends coming from Eur- ope. Wo IRITB exceptional fa- i-lliUein for; ofy'this class of business. Ask about our 4 trip to Europe for J190. WEEKLY SAILINGS NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA By Unas'. American Line (one class sabin steamers 11.) White Star Line, 1 eylaml Line, Atlantic Trans- port Line. tied Star Line. Berth- ing lists now open for sli slim- mer sailings. For space, rates, sailings, etc., apply to W. M. McLEOD, 333 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway or steamship agent. HERALD medical expert. brand is he ad- vertising 1 i IJecausc dozens of: Clilj have been shipped into Pa l.cirit ;tj" fi..ports iiwtlio >eti the papers ale clamoring.for lilgh- vVr The col. distinctly n 'having with f.liomb fruit Ttlutt uab the most anitm pi It-lonist. Opposition to Higher Postal :Rates for Western News- v'i' Voiced by Mr. Buchanan lJuring the diEcussion of matters I'ertniuing to.the-Postniaster General's Department iii the House on .liny 4tli Buchanan, M. P., for this ecu- Elltujmcyv, took, qccnsion to place be- -some objections to the Deposed increa THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE klR EDMUND WALKER CVO.UD D C I PtnUnt ALEXANDER 1 A1RU Cuier.l Mnuifcr JO1IN AIKP Awt Minuw V. C. BROWN. Sunerlnlcnrlmt o( CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, s wbrlci, ire sold TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES FOB nt their face. tlue in the principal forfa sin coirtmis'slon by -ill branches, o ioyiylictf ing they are almcut to (he; traiejler 'the holdSf js jn the mc.nt ot IqsSiOf Hie cheques, if. i sup-irate letter pf it, issued with tljem 1 here is nu safei or more wnvenieat method of carrj Ing money travelling Lethbri4ge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr. to raj lion fiicnd the Mlnistoi I up tlie case or the newspapers ot ivest newspaper i of {he Interior in provldin THE ASSESSMENT. MESSRS. Conybearc and Wilson undoubtedly have a good case on which to base their dc- .ision to take lhe 1914 assessment appeals to the courts. The Herald admits We pointed out lhe fallacies of the assessment when it was first announced. P But, though it is their right to carry the tight to the courts for adjudication, we hope it will not be necessary for them to do so. It would be most unforlunale for lhe cily if lhe mailer should he allowed to go.that far. The shadow on our credit would be a calamity at -the present stage of the game. -i The Herald thinks a little more spirit ol con- Iparty machine is till triumphant, it-is to fimi a man who has the courage of his own con- victions. And how much we may differ wilh Mr. {iennetl in his opinion on many things, we will- B. Bennett styled himself the trustee of Hie i in tlie stand hc has taken with regard to _____N. R. policy of the government. There is no reason to suppose that he is not sincere in his! opinions. The facts he brought to light, and lhe j reason he adduced for supporting the action he has taken are such as to justify his present line op, _ conduct. While not forgetting that he was still j a Tory, he put forward a brief for the against Mackenzie and Mann. When Mr. Bennetl says that lhe country can-j ARE ALL'LARGE, NEW. FAST, SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH- GRADE. RATES THE LOWEST OBTAINABLE..: Sailings'from' Montreal antl Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets for' your in Europe can be purchased 'front any Railway or Steamship. Agent The Way to the H. E. LIDMAN, General Agcrit- 349 Bsin.St., Winnipeg; J 'Ulii int- r------- rf ..bring. A-little "get-togetlier" spirit -right unreasonable request. No one in Canada would the solution. THE OIL DISCOVERY. 0" IL has been struck in the Oiratoks oil .fields. At. the time of .writing it not known de- V finitely how great the strike mar: he, but the nevls. to hand seems to be sufficient to warrant the as- sertion that the Alberta oil fields have heeTrdis- covered. order thar'lheylvff struck oil in ss Geld, tank .'to -pour .on 'Rectal consideration should be given to the newspapers of .western Canada- oil: account., of 'the es- l't tent to the cost of 1 exceeds that of eastern newspapers. !I liayo some .figures here I yre- 1 pared last session when this mitter .was under and il did not the House In the .first place, 1 would like the A! mi ter to consider that the. field covered by" tlie "western newspaper i very wide compared with that ccn ered by7 the eastern nexvspap.ev. For in- istance, there "-is no ilailj; s T ei be j tween Moosejaw aiHTMedicine Hat ahd: I there is no daily newspaper between] flat. arid Calgu j con sequently the newspapers in ti i western cities cover a'very largo ter-1 ritory. j pt This is not Uib'case in Ontario, Kj where daily newspapers are published j.i In -nearly 'every Incorporated city and in somp of tbc towns. Whiit I want to emphasize "is the" fact that tho cost of publication, in _ western Canada is much. more so, per- ,--hapSi, General CinadT .vp'ar't'from'Mhe matter high -tele led waters of tlie Court o, HeviMon. j ,rom the care to see the Canadian Northern-thrown into, the and Mann, have a controlling interesl in The country should be the senior and not the junior partner. This is the view taken by llic.op- osilion, and-to accuse its members t-mbarrass Hie government is as as levelling the same accusation at Mr. Bcnncit. What the people of Canada require is an equil- j able arrangement in which their interests should j only be effected a safe pi item OL But if our farm'er fricriris nave freight rales on.tlic PAI'er on which In (heir'iriiV, it wofr't prlntid, I would like "wio ;couies -.'OMt on top. j to quote these figures: Winnipeg embarrass lhe government is as equally foolish rajn 'papers coftts. a hundred nonuds; I JRegina, SScents; Calgray, ?1.32; Ed, B. B. might .rent .numto'u, Letlibridgo, S1.27; Sask- bf .coulee to the for. atoon, ?3..00; Nelson, B. C., Hosa- tb pay the tases. It would be laud. Jlinneapolis, and St. Paul place for the 10 to-20 cents. It will he observed that the ccst of production in tile West .lis very much larger than in, life East Bill Checlj' of the Calgary Alter- i jtt respect of the one item of freight tan, slipped over the scoop of the rates upon paper. The newspapers of year on1 his newspaper friends, when western Canada havo been of great he grabbed nff the'story of the strike, even ii he did have to I awake till 2 a. mi to dp it. Lelhbridgc should plan a rousing welcome lojmi ht almost Bill's -i 11 1_____ nClnn "_ j Qf in [he mlvnnccmenl {he membcr for Calgary has set the pace. Ul -_____________ hide their goats. OTIi; POINT OF VIEW llic San Jose school boys. can often work laminating the dusk' that .precedes the wonders, and they arc admirable advertisers. cold grey dawn. One thing in favor of ihc Sixth Street site for the city hall offices is its close proximity to the Bank of Montreal, in ease of emergency. Jennings' Jungle "Cat's. And Cana-j dian judges, green with ask itllat their pay envelopes he'fattened I up. The worst nf it is the judges are The mediators have postponed their peace supposed to work 12 months to the negotiations. They will have a chance to see Niagara after all, then? This is the best news that has been disseniin- aled from Western Canada for many a long clay, and will do much to dispel the gloom which has resulted from a period of financial depression growing out of the necessary readjustment of things, if the discovery lives up to its first report, and "there is every reason to.believe that it will surpass what we were told yesterday, Alberta is made. The discovery is not so unexpecled. Southern has always been-known'to be" the richest ,spDl in Canada for mineral resources.' Eihiuenl i geological experts have told us" limes without number that our mineral resources have as yet anly been scratched, but thai it would lake capital to discover and develop them. Apparently men with capital-have been found who were also, imbued with enough of this faith lo gamble a few thousand dollars on the strength of tlie geologists' opinions, and apparently they have not lost. The development of any mineral field is a gamble until lhe first strike has been made, and usually in the preliminaries to the discovery there .is a certain amount of wild-calling. Thai is un- forlunale hut il seems to be hiiman nature. After lhe strike Ihere is more wild-catling, but in lhe end "good business" takes the helm, and that is what we may'expect in Alberta.: The besi result of the Okoioks oildiscovery is that it will turn capital our way. .That has always been our "real cry. Nol only will llic oil fields he developed, but other mineral resources will'be '.'ferreted out. We have reason to believe thai they are here, and if they are, they will hc found. The 'publicity the discovery will give us will also act as a stimulant which will overcome our present 'rather sluggish movement Inward prosperity. get busy, and grasp some of Everything considered lhe oil news of me day is handing lhe besi in Hurworld. It should be a grcat.lonic j fm.m of ,ivc slock_ incidentally, we would like business Orfcl. js extended lo those on .the the acres recently opened, and lo farmers on Look for lie on Lock. Burglars' tools are now the relics of those other days when there were no Yale Night Latches. No. 4 r is the latest theft discourager. It offers in die most convenient form the greatest security known. Bood hardwire detUrcafl wwo.lokl in Cftnacla I book, Y.U Product.. re now in Conidtt. our 'Kb Pint Canadian Yale Limited Makers of YALE Product! Qeiieral Oftce and Wqrl s St Catharines, Ont Vals to'cts and Bu Her HAYR HARDWARJE CO. Sole Agents for Yale Builders' One mile il- ir The sporting scribes tell, us The still small voice which said "we should patlly is. all with the judges. bJT clock's -ordered. Well, our "Time have a District Court Judge In settle this quos- j D'own' in Toronto, they call their i lion at the court of revision, knew what il was big timepiece "His B''n-" Suggestions j are in order for a name for ours. I talking about. j A blly tlie Court Of nc. j [vision the other day, .She lodged ai Well Lcthbridge may he proud that she is! strenuous kick against her assess- j still within hailing'dislance of some of the nolor- ietv that will result, and it will be good notoriety tnr a song, anil expect to make a lot lout of -if, but don't want to-pay .axes oil it in Hie .said His Worship, testily.- Another dispute, has arisen over Ihe-proniin-; answered the- .got eialion of "Juarez." Some say il should he Warez jt 'nif'a while others maintain it is Whar-cci Well, we Which "served should Whar-ec. Missonor for the time being.; _________ Karcpslic .headline-; Fat Man i An Athletic Contest. Farmers on C. F. R. land in this distncl the lunch i Another col- conductor indites. mi. __......t I which that "corporation is handing 'out in 11 R. B. BENNETT AND THE C. N. R. IN disagreeing with the policy of a parly with which his political career has been associated, ums of I'aris, hut it'gets l censorship' lhe old'A. n. and I. block, now a part of ihc C.P'.R. mo Is it correct that the Dominion Dcpiirlim'nlof B. Bennett is crealing an episode in the history j Agriculture, Live Slock Branch, Sheep and Goal party politics. It is a hold step which the mem-1 Division, has concluded I for Calgary is taking in culling loose Meanwhile Iluerla is giving a delineation ol what we would rcx-i pect of a hen on a hot griddle. Evidently some people hclieve, tlierc, is a distinction hcUvecn a Got'.rt" of Court ol Law, ._....._-. sidetrack Lcthbridge, 'he j win, exhibit of wools and fleeces Ibis year? !inl1 SpBinlcr, and steering on n course of his own, There won't he anything left of the department I That alphabetic ifusiliation' tribij'fir Jtrary- to that dictated by the man at the helm. the goal division if this is right. Where lial1 ''cttcr llo.w" lo 'f Canada could he found a greater wool growing f'lv sonn" "r an As things work themselves out, il'iiiaj- be the last phase in Mr. Bennett's polilital career, bill if iiich a sacrifice is presumable, his last action will a laudable exqniplc. In days when the Canada could be found a greater wool BrWinR It centre Ihun Lelhhridgc? And besides the Dor.nn-lmiirc. like a.iuncral-iust notf.tlian a-, ion government is in rare need of a few Angoras Pr'-'l'osition. at the.rale Ihey are being grubbed Face iiowitcr is ilangerous .Your tractor costs'too take any chances with poor lubricants; '-Use.---; :i and you can work ypiir tractor day and night if necessary, the least wear and tear. Polarine. holds its tjody at high temper- ature, and flows freely down to zero Burns cleanly, ending carbon troubles adapted forokero- rsene-burning-tractors; ar A refined Oil for Tractors ''..vteani uniform use on all '.Motor Contest. stations throughout Western Canada. THE IMPERIAL OilL COMPANY, Limited EiiitfonMn1 Vancouver Calgnry ju, I .'Lethbridgo'" aw staitcanm-fi 300'itatiaiu in Western Cunaia ;