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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHRiUDGE DAILY ITERATE Monday, May jfr I LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ISTAOLISHED DECEMI1R Mt? PuWllitll tr O-.s Co, tM., illrf MM at IU cffice. SUeet, W. A. IUCHANAK PHONE: Edltcrfil. 'And Ken. Department 1224 Director T. VV. CVMYLE J-'anialrg Editor JOHN TORHANCE PHQNIl AdverLlf'nf atlas And Jcb 1252 OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES K.CO I dftUverek, B. Diamond DUmoad Brcwm A Brow, StrwL Co.. "05 THE WEEKLY HERALD PuViahtd lu e'jfM firT55V> md contelac a of news of tae vtrV, local and raenlba ID advuce 'It- Dr. Speucer, his ease culls for commiseration, und emphasizes the impoiuuiiT of iviiK'iliul measures other tbuu tliuse at present }mi into (iriictuY. A home for is us imidi a govern- ment necessity ;is one for priva AN OPPORTUNITY FOR TARIFF REDUCTION THE CUSTOMS HECEiVTS of ihe Dominion have increased ,_ in a single yeaf to the amount of This sho'ult -ret lie taken altogether as a matter for congratulation in lhal il freaks of the large development of Canadian trade. There is a reverse side >vhich should not be lost sight of.' For those glovini, figures arc the index of what arc all complaiuing-'of "at the present time. the-increased cost of living. :-l illicit [qf the increase is due Ip'the ad valorem duties. As 'articles iniporied increase in value so in confornicition-vritli.tlie "system" iiie tariff on'these'articles likewise con- pinch on the consumer, becomes all itfe lighter.. While Ihe American nalion has become alive lo Ihe. news for tariff reduction, and its government is taking every step .for the amelioration of conditions, the phase of the situation here'does' no 1. appear lo have struck our rulers. With the huge 'surplus in revenue-there is presented the opportunity for inak ing: .will go far to.easing ihe'.prescnl-pressing burden on the people. In refusing to act- Ihe government, at Ottawa is oiice more exemplifyingf Ih'e'iiature of the'control exercised over il by thos .'pfimanlyirilercsfe'd in Ihe preservation 'of a high tariff. i THE SUBWAY- THE- BUSINESSMEN niid ratepayers of Norlh Letlibrii1gs wo can ealimSte we reiluctlonb in tariff will reduce the taxes on of Canada ou au average pur head per annum, or the Eftvint.for the average family ot five persons be something ICES than cents.-.This IB a mflEulflcent measure for which west- cm'-farioers owe Mr, White a deeii debt of gratitude. We do not knoiv whether Manufacturers' Assocla- lion prepared Mr. Whlle'e tariff chan- ges for him In detail, but they cer- tafnly cault! not nave, done It any more satisfactorily to Just For a Joke WE SELL DUNLOP TIRES Letibridge Cycle Co.-. S. MarUn Owns a Fruit. i (Grain Growers Guide) 7 Yv'c notice that lion. Martin Bur- %rell. Minister of Agriculture, Is revis- ing the "Fruit Mtrfcs Act" so Iliat may" be- kept out by :liis be the only logical c "Have Didn't Have Them you fiogs' leg.5" asked man of the Waitress la iho 1 haven't.'' E.ild the girl as she flushed dren- herfelf up. "It's rheuuatlsia that makes me rfalk like that." QURt POINT OF If the Scuttle, is iiol justified in, amending, legislation sent of whndisc is from Hie Commons, of what i There were holiday everyone left for liorae loud in their. of Lethhridyei ----Hr Lelhhridge- without any noise pul oij oife, of the .most ,6nter- laining 2'Hli programs in.the province. Every one was eminent- ly satisfied.- H'V. The Wrong Adttrssi "As a fisherman Brown Is a "I wouldn't'say that. lie-always conies back yiith a good ftritig of Virid of il comes nhoq'i'Mke'Vwni and.; upon il. pre- wh He them be promised 16 In-ordertoheou 'An'.encau applet from the prairie yro-l jinccs, and compel tbe prftlrie farm- ers to buy BritUii Coiumtia fruit at. enhanced prices. It looks as. Ihougii the, government did not dare Increase e tarifi on aiijiles, tsut arranged IB, untjerbantl schcinc to soak the ftners ;br anbthcrY" route.-: Walch nd'see.1..- The sulTs and arsonellcs have trietl hlowing up the Royal srvalory. How do hale a Wcalhcr Observatory Man! The Canadian projile'liav'e either gol to, accord the .seeqnii chamber the right ta'aincnd'Icfiislntion. or io abolish'the Senate altogether. There is no halfway house. -Lctlibridgc faces a bright Jtilurc and Ihe best thing about il is that Ihe realization of lhal fuel is growing every day jn'lli- country outside She city.. According lo government papers the Scnnle is acting out- rageously in presuming lo'amend legislation cmanaling'from the Tory-Xationalisl combination; The Senate is supposed to look wise and do nothing according to tiicse'crilics. Callle selling al 7% cents, hogs al .cents live Not much of an argument in lhal for a man who believes the farmers are going mixed-farmina Ibis, and Accordingly'profect himself is, an evidence of fl kink in his nicn- (alily. v Mucli as moralists may condemn individuals of (lie lyjio >'t Tbe Ircgedy in Ihe Calgary arena will probably in prize fighting in the province. II was, however, one of'lhosi unforscen and unexpected mishiips which no man couhl-nvoid Pelkcy is desen-ing of considerably more sympathy (hart coil demnation, When Laurier first assumed power the Canadian Senate no only amended hills senl from (lie Commons, but so mulilalci Ihe bills lhal fnlher wouldn't know them. The press now, con demning Ihc Senate cheered for it then. So dciighlfully con sislcnt. Some weekly paper edilors in this province who vib'ficc Premier Siflou and Ihe Liberal pnrly in the recent Cijmpaign nr now sore because certain advertising patronage is not going Ihci way. They seem lo cxpecl Ihe government lo lake the atlilud of the little pup who licks the hand which heals him. Nolhin doing. -What" Others Tluh Radically Wrong (Montreal Herald) what .you like, said a boy wtio was of hunger lo the ptOlcc'who found him tn a freight car, (fe declared (hat fit hnrl 6ecu unablo to find anything to eal (of days to tils arrest, lie was gulHy offence whatever, beyond thai days. When he geta oul Tie will "JaJJblrd" and can begin alarrJng or'er agnln Idn't lMc-rc_ comefhln Tfroug about gbnt Benefit the Firmer (Macfcod Advcrtlstr) From the official report Just ie by the of agr culture U (hat t provl Yarrra 'of Atbcr are all operated at a financl gain, io r.othfng of the fac't'ih they are furnliMng to farmers lhroug out Ihe jirovlnco valuable frW rnatlon ou any Important 'jOh, 'rca, there wasn't a fish he COO for me." satd Ilie joung lawyer. "Hotter me look after tbe fees." smiled A few days 'later lie senf for his Junior counsel and informed that Iho fees lind been arranged for himself anrl J50.000 for the youthful The young Jew looked at him .in raazeitiect, anil :alsmg hU" hands in loqlient gesture, repeated tbe historic words once addressed to the Apostle Paul, "Alciost thou me'to he a Tbat-story acdo Mai or. Hocktn lU with L1 Envoi of Houst Cleaning to VVLen Earlli's last picture ia ducted, Aud ibc iloors are painted and dr'ioii Are Canadians Over-Taxed? (Toronto Sjar) Mr. While's budget speech sbon'S nat Canada's receipts and expendit- ures arc growing vlth astouiBhlng ap'dity. The rate oi Increaee Is prob- aly with out ijarallcl In the cate. o] ny country at ptace And devoting its oergles to Us normal business. 'There is one view of_itr howeveY iat few have considered. Some I .onths ago, Jti a.series of letters to! Halifax Ch'ronkle, ii'r.' David So- ian, of'Truro, niade tbat anada'a rate of -federal taxation Is he highest In the Canad- ans are more iipavily. taxed per ncarf o rai5e-the national, revenues than re tbe people of brllatn, Ihe United SUtes.'or those of any other country. When a citizen brags of the way he public revenues ot the Dominion ;TOW be BCBHIB lo-be unaware that ill this money comes out of tbe pock- ets of the people, dollar by dollar cent by cent. There is co other iqurce of revenue fcut the pockets ol iiir own people. A man pays taxes >n nearly all that he wears, on nearly all that be eats, OD nearly alt that he mys. Tbe tax gatherer is the unseen one, who lerlfa his rntes with- out noise, who fixes things ;o that you my a little tax or; every litlle pur- :hase that you make any day any- where. On every little trifling neces- sity you buy you pay a little percent- age to Mr. White, Manufacturers Again (Grain Guide) Hon. T. White, finance rrtintiler, jroagnt down Iho budget in the llottso of Commons on the evening oi .he and hr.rl the pleasure of an- riounclcg that after all expenses of ;he country had been paid there vr-as surplus in the Ireoeury amounting Ip or about ?S per head Tor.all the people ot Canada rnorc ihan vag nctdcd. The only tarift1 re ilucUons provided for by Mr. White were as foUofts: rsrlucdd from to 10 cents per bundrtflwelght, 'which amounts to a reduction oi B% cents barreJ- Typesetling and tyrecasting mach face placed on the free Hat, Traction ditching machines place' the list. Itcfined Btlll remains at 83 cents per hundredweight under Uflh preference, And reduced from to 11.07 2-3 gencrfil tar fn. RAW from [o 40% cents per rnindredsretgfol und er British preference, and from cents (o cents general tariff. _Cccoa bfans, IJmtn and lime Juice whkb hnvo been free, fay duty'excopt coming from rh Hocken's Glory Hockey of Toronto, led Ihe clty_couaiiirof (bat city on. a recent trip "to Montreal, ind while there the w avV lavishly "entertained- by the 'At tbe luncheon tiie mayor ot Toronto tried 'to pass a few conipltments 'around to hosU, anil no (ing 'that. Uif re were a couple of Hebrew iperaters on the Montreal city council, be wfcs at A lots for some neat tblng'to liy'tboiit tbem. :Then he (bought ot ibe story con- cerning Choate, late American ambassador, to Britain, and one of the greatest, lawyers the United States nrodnrpd. Jt'i iTmo "lhat Cbbate at tie freight' V as n Ian ye i that be engaged as cblct coanse' big legal -battle a most compli catVd'ind bitterly fought 'action. He as junior COUUEC! a bright young Hebrews u They fought tbe .action and won After two lawyers dis cussed the matter of fees. 1 what dp you tbink would, bi affair -fee said Choate to'hti junior. V "Oh, about for you and the And tlio j t carpet Is beaten, scst spider bag died We. ahail faitli, fie shall '-Lie down. Tor a riirthe dust "of the -Sball-set-ua-tc shall Lave rcal'-ivnEt to Iran on; Pi'le everytblna. Into And scrub for hoars' at a'slttirigT-" 'And never be And they, that are clean" shall be happy; T. 'r- shall eat off afcltchei] cbair. splash mop with n seven-foot dust _ At.tbe_ back .ctilftoofcr. Aud the ol the house may jiroiso But, shall jniore ihwi probably) blame; And we never shnll get any (And certainly not" any llut each (or the Joy of the cleanlnst And each In her feminine glee To look Just as well as the neighbors, For the sakq of Things They Jlight See! Simmons. THE.LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- COMPANY, LIMITED 4- In the spring the refreshingproperties of bur B6ck Beer are most appreciated. One's lassitude U quickiy dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and heiJM the system adjust itself to the change or season On sale in kegs for a limited time THE LETHBRIDGE' 'BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED ;