Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 4 DAILY IfKOALT) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD __ ESTABLISHED DEQEMGER tR7 FubUih.d by Lethbrldga Hera'd Cc., Ltd., And 1224 w.-a; BUCHANAN -T, -W..QUAYLB ManiQlrtg Editor JOHN TORRANCE Mirwgvr Clrculallsn Jcti bepartmtnU "j 1252 vv RATES I arilvtrecj 14.00 1 yaar, by mUl t ft.'w 41.50 kl month. delivered 3Jc. 1 month, br 14o, bt glfea. THE DAILY HEPALD FOR SALB AT Cress Drur A M- -S'ortham. Store; J. G i Co.; Jic-Vson A Alex- s.U'1ra Hotel" rwplc's Ditif pfore; A Aflln Co B. _ Fecnle, 1. Percy Diamond City Hrourn co 704 IltveislAc Avenue. on ill C.P.R. tnlni THE WEEKLY HERALD In tlKht affnort p'ices, conUlM a r or UIB news of the local dr.i -llstrlct s In Tic. this portion of Ilic iirnvincu niv Ihf'liiiiuncu they will bi> found lo fonsiiU-rably oft'sel niiylhiiiH in Hu> uf imirumr-. wliiclt jiisi now nre inclined lo Hive WHY lo. :OUR POINT OF. VIEW Tin' Kxlrilulioii is llic- host ever. KvorV 'Hliw-u or li- In-i-.ljie owes it lo the city tlmf the I'nir In: gwccd by.llwir i-nce. Tin- .serious illness of (fie nf slimilit iiroiisu the svmimlUv of Hit- (H'OpU- of Cimmla. He 1ms liikeu ;i tlci-p :iiul pnu'tinil iuliresl in tlu- of Iliu wvsl, anil csiH'i'ially AlljL'rlu. If ConqiTssiunn NVlsun uf Wisconsin only Iclls llic people: I when In- rrlnriis home wlmt lie loM llic HeniM, Hint Allicrlii luis.' j il an Wisconsin in pnxliietiveness ;nnl opporlunily, lip will be j (loiiis lliis ronnlry -viiluiibk- service. F'or wluit he 1ms iilraulv clone, Iliiink you. The Cimmliiin Meilieiil A.ssocinlimi seems lo he irf opinion us lo the hesl way of (umdling llic of Ihe under [world. The medical men should he snllicienlly informed hrnv- jevei1 lo know thiit.il is no of n L-omnumilv's obligations lo coiiiiU'iuinee !i violation of a Invv, acid Hint is all the winking I n segregated area iiinounls to. Thursday, ,7imc 2fi. Another is to bi> spiMil in rcnnvuliiiji Hidean Hail at OlCiiwji, (he residence of Cunadii's Ciovenior-tieneral. There has been enough money specif in rrnaviiliiig the aneient house by. successive Hovennnuiits to build one of the fines! in flic world. Some day the idea will slrikb the fioveriimenl tluit n new house is Ihe best WHY of nalehintf Hidean Hall. VISIT THE EXHIBITION TPHI-.' SYMPATHY of UIL' '-xhibilion directors wliosp efforts lo nuike the ex- liibiliun :i I'uianvial sutcrss lire being frustrated by the rain. There is no rlisiiosilkm to grumble nt tbe Viiin, the loss lo the exhibition will lie otist't ten tliousuntl fold 'in nil abmiclnut luir- VL'SI. Howevi-r, Ihe Herald urges Ihe citizens of I.etlibridijc tliiit il is H iwiriolic duty to visit the fair, if n_l all possible. SlinnUl llic'wtulher'i'lfav every one who possibly can. should sliuw b'y Iheir allenclMiicR: mi- Friday. iH'iicticfil of Ihe bust rxliibilioti ever put on here. The directors give of (heir tiifio without iTCnrnpcnsc .frqiiY ji sense, of public duty iintl the Hint can be looked Tor is'piililic A Winnipeg lawyer has been deputized "to-'investigate, how much of the natural resources woiv leased or.sold by Die La'urier government. There isn't Ihe slii-hU'St juslilieii'liim lor iip- poinlmcnl oilier than providing a berlb for- .a" parly follower. The information he will get lias to be. .the .ijcpnrl- nipnliil records, and Ihe civil service at Ottawa is quite crowded with men and women who are not worked 16 the excessive point, H is merely aiiolber of the lihnded out bv Ihe present government lo camp and ciisl Ihe people of Canada a pi-efly [lemiy. There is no objection (u llic inalion desired secured; vi r, Ji THE SAME TALE I -V THESE DAYS of financial stringency i I. affords some sort of. a coiisiilation lo note that money is what is .spoken of as light pretty well all tire world over. Travellers who return to our shores nil tell the same talc, and the lulcsl is Sir William Wliyle, lately come back from England. "Money is quite as tight in England os elsewhere .and if will k-inain so until Die Balkan trouble i.s cleared up. It is hard lo say wlml will happen in the Sicar East, but if the Great Powers remain in acctml they can possibly bring sutlicienl pres- sure to hear lo ensure amicable said Sir William. "Trade conditions are very he added, "and conditions in general, despite some financial stringency, arc prosperous." Sir William said that as far as Canada' wus, concerned there VHS a definite scntimeul in England that Hit cities had' licen1 borrowing somewhat too fast.-nnd .ithnt ipr-.a -lime ,gt; the llbw-Vif'Knglish capita! -would-be-less rapid- -He -.considered thai the action of the Liberal party in Jhe the navy hill would not have, as some thought, very much influence on the Britisli.-hivcsling public. "It. will doubtless influence be said, "but the great financial houses will nol be .-ift'ectcd. After all, I here is no use cutting off 'one's nose to spile one's face." Consolation after all is a poor relief, hut there is Ibis much satisfaction to be gleaned from Sir William Whyle's report. That is that conditions hero have not been made unfavorable to the investing of capita! from abroad. The absence of such invest- ments is due to a peculiarly economic reason. The fact Hint there is a sentiment in England that some of the cilies here bad been borrowing loo fast is becoming quite a .stale story. In this matter if mas' he said that as yet no cily has repudialed, nor failed 'to meet its liabilities. Bniil such a" case occurs there will not be loo much suspicion aroused amoiiRsl IJrilish investors in the matter of placing capital here, anil the one which is taken for granted as 'existing now is nol of such great proportions as lo affec-l investments until limes are easier. Of course any allusion to the treatment the Nnvy Bill has received, in affecting the British money market in regard to this country, is so much twaddle. Nol only is John Hull nol accus- lomed to he guided by sentiment, as experience shows, when.- liis pockcl is concerned, bul.it requires to he shown whether h'is feelings have been particularly hurl, CANADA SOLVES PROBLEM OF FROM JIM HILL! Tho Review of Sj'okanp U responsible for thy follovi'iug: Spokane hais a small but energetic class of cltiV.eiis who rapidly ap- proaching tho point where they inexorably "demand tbe annexation 01" Canada and maybe go to war to en- force it. They can't nor work gniootJily vhile the Dominion fs wanilerins about up there io the cold. There's.a reason for it. These aniiL-xatfonists ;ire Great .Vor- them irajn dispatchers. This may nol he a certain indication that Jltu Hill Is hack' of tlic He Is a born Canuck, for one thing, nnd has already nmcxeB rpart :of the States for another. i Canafla !s rfowTWkfng'-tilnr.pay thrift Great Northern care tliat liappen scrpss ,the ilo-tiusinejia there.-and this payment might, p'oasibly'be regarded'aa slgriih- c'ant when the matter becomes ari-In- ternational issue. People' contrivod meUrods for giuting-- inuncy out of .lim'liad'rcftsbn- yooner err Inter Jogging Laziness into Activity The merchant wliosa business'Ingg -ju thei hiis himself to thank, To slacken tho selling pnco in the hot lessen Advertising a resignation. i wliich hfijS no place iti modorn business. If we think we cannot kwp our business booming in summer tiiue, we auroly will not. "Whnt a jolt it must have been to the fur trade, when the first niJd-summer fur advertisement wns run in n dnily pnpCr! Now many fur stores nre following example of tlmt progressive fur man who dared to believe that fur snlea need not go down ns the riiiprairy goos Energy, linked with has turned the month of Jnnnnry into the biggest selling season for while goods. Advertisements of a higL stimula- tive power, combined with a disregard of have opened up automobile selling two months earlier than was once thought possible. Advertising Las started Christians shopping enrly in October instead of the middle of December. ii Advertising rises siiperior to seasons and thermom- The right kind of Advertising strikes a responsive cord in human human jiature is the same in August as iu December. o suspect him oi annexation instincts Possibly this view of the C.TSC line something- to do with what troubles Great NoriliefTtfTdispntohers at this and which Branch linos run up across Ihe northern bqr- dor: ftre- the tnen who. move railroad traffic a no: send cars here anil thfrr'c off1 their divisions business demands. Canucks Have Tariff Trap From Spokane they send cars into Canada on Groat Northern tractagc iliere. Tbe Canadians take note of'all such cars. .Having done so they wall Us flpured off it" naturally attracts at- .fenUy, as Canadians will, until! (cntfon (n'the operating expense freight or put on i partmont of the railroad that fceU'-ihe diira at cne point and son-joiHt -h-aed lo another "Canadian "point, I Of course the 'cotnpnny 'rtoe'sn't Jurls.tljcUon qf the.car -have to pay this duty. Canadians "are or cars, as the case uiay b'e', and a'ssoes j easily appeased particular, a valnatlbnjo; Thpy .urould Just soon keep Ihe cars the car or'cars'. "'Tire rune Feeling-tnat 'ivay'ahqitt tt, they "don't from ?700 to on freffrlit care and take any chances 'on -'being dts- twice as on pabsehger i in .caBe !e :not coaches. When 30 per cent, of that COINS FOUND JN1 FRONT STREET EXCAVATION' forthcjorniiig. lake1'" the Toronto. These are some century ago pieces commemorate victories cf Brock and Wellington, of money struck to LET US MAKE THE BEST OF IT PRESENT wealhov condillons are sncli'ns lo imifcc tnosl of 115 inclined io gmmhlc. The rain has come down nl ;in inopportune'time in Ilia! it has ninrm! Ihe auctcss of the Kx- lubition. TJtc mouth' of June is in this western connlrv somewhat peculiar in the mailer of rain, for'if a downpom is to come it gcnunilly occurs then. Ini clianginfi Ihn doto of (lie Inhibition Ihe milhorilles were well-advised in doing so, SIR it made il convenicnl for the ntteud- imcc-of.lho farmw-fi iu thu fiurrtmnding dislricl. Il must there- fore, be very mortifying to hnvc Hie rain c-omt down MS it has prcscm, and so help to stultify in ;i measure Ihe good inten- Jlons.which caused llic.rhiingc in dale. ..However the vaSnricsof nalure nre hnyond himian conlrol' :ihe disiippoinlnu-nt, for there is no fimnsaying that it is such ought lo .serve the good purpose of teaching us to mentally forlify ourselves against such occurrences. H should lu-lp us lo put on fc hrave and smiling foce and accept tilings as Uiey come. If (his view is Ukcn Ihcre will sonic good done al any rale in cn-ni- Ing a connncndahlf feature in luimiin churnclcr. However, when iiie nnrvcsf is rtiidy for rcnpinrt WP sll.in forgotlca our grievance of today, and when the headils'to car and that sJmplefies' matters' tor Hie eompanj'. It the several hundred dollars July or not, RR it pleases. Peculiar as it may seem, Hie coin- jiany has concluded (Q on such cars as it happens "need for local Imslnofis In Canadian territory, nnrl here Is where tbe dlHiialphers be- come direct pa Hlc 8 In Il IE their function In dfafgnale curs tire sent Into Canadian lerrilorj-; As (ong as they deal conservatively only In cars upon which duty hag' been jtatrl they meet no more tli'an thu usual countlesj vexations that a n-.-iIu 'dfa- ptcbcr couldn't hn happy without. I When they happen (o lei a car Ihnt jlracks duty paid credentials get ecroas the line nnd go to doing business I there they experience some deliriously j joyful consequences. Dispatcher Hears Something Happen j The Canadians hnve novc-r yet faJJ- led lo notice aiicb oversights. Neither i have thn raHro.nl officials at railroad headquarters who hare to account to directors for the oltciicc oi oni one meant, or another the dispatcher involved presently Beta rumors of what has happened, such rumors as a dynamite explosion I pills into circulation. The Canadian customs (iGpartmcnt meanwhile gets 1 Che money, calmly leaving all oilier dntalts to he adjusted lie L we on the dlspatqher and tho company. In cone dlsnaichcrs here nnd nt other boundary connec- tion points now put In hoth leisure aprt Tvorktng tlrnn ih ore's no par- ticular lists i car numbers upon which duty li.is I been nnld. TJic Cfinadians do not Jn- Elst upon aiicli attention, but the com- pany, does. In this section of the .country the Ortat Northern Is the road .chledy conc-nrmul .wltli the new rule, bin on tho Sound- thn Northern Pacific hau tho fiame problem xvhei-e Us branch illrip runs into Vancouver, A ger or-pnuml of freight picked up at one sMtlon acrosn the' Mne on an AmcrJrnn road find dropftnl off at nn- other Carndlnn point a mile or. two I further on ealtp for ltn SO ntr cent, duty nniihe car, If the duty hns not already jiaM on thnl car. There will bo a se.rious' mEnded Canuck around, to see about It immediately. f.... 't Both Ways' The car duty regulation JIAB ".'been only-a .few .weehs, but It to De working froni the Btsndpofnt. Th.nn.v p( been already by American-rdffdt running Into Can- ada, (or the privilege ot doing leva I 'In their routine'ivay tne Canadiane h'avo irioio lhan one compelling twlnt a public service the. situation branch line, being corporation, cnn not refit Be to froiKht and passengers frtnn one sta- tion bn its road to. another, ovoii if 'it-iranteil to. It' has to tahn irafKc offcreil or some .other official will tip- rear and gather in the. riglit of war, ,w5Ui all that apyprtalns lo It.; As n system thnt operates from all direc- tions simultaneously the jiew Canad- ian tariff regulation is concerted, hy train ilisratclTers at least, to-piesenL striking symptoms oi eft cell i-ss-r- for the uresent.. For the future, .Urn Hill is EtUI turning matter over in his mind, THE LETHBRIDGE BREW1ISG AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED Aftejr bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a Certain revivifier of lost thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 J!