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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta t: JLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMIER Published by the Printing U4-, i tvl iveiitng it III Sixth Streil. Ltthbrldjt. A'bertJ, W. .A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. PKCNE ReportcrUl And Cepapime.it i224 JOHN TOKRANCB And Joi 1252 OA1LY SUBSCRIPTION RATEt S Deaths, delivered 5100 S eoaths 1 month, delivered 35c- 1 couth, by mall t 5 olttn is desired, bat bolli must be THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus t Book Store; J. G. Hob- vmrcuvtr Wide Worli erlfon Co.; Jicison t Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drus Store; Kenny Allta; Ho Cfgar Stand; Empress Tet Lynch. D'Are. Wide Co.; Netrj Shop, GranjKell Street. us Co, Hotel side Avenue. Grauy Lais .Hotel.. .t -Co- Medicine Hat Hotel. D. Fergnua.' t Mu> phy'Co.; Cranbrook Boot Company. Kewi Company. PIncher leading Booi! aod News Siorc. 1CSA Sth ATS. World News "Co. Plnchtr -SU-.tien Eaward MltcbeH Dru: Co: St. World New! Co. Clirenco KaoV den. WotlS News Ce. THE LETIIBRIDOE DAILY ItFRATilD RURAL SCHOOLS NEED AID'. iN TOWNS AND C1T1KS some criticism, is being duTcled to- ward therprOviiicial government for ils schedule of school grimls'so tluit.ui'buu districts will-.get a. less i-r. While" it'may appear hard' 'thai any whiiteyer have been'granted, there can be no criticism'to offer to. the action whereby ruraj school dis.trk-15 receive tlie greater measure orsup- pori. Huni'l disiricts have'ifiuch more to cbn'le'ud with'iu the pro- motiou. of education than have the towns and cities. If the iu the Act..will-do nolhiug more than to allow the country districts to p.ay lli'eir teachers-higher salaries, llie legislation will have accomplished mitold good, for Ihe problem of thc-rurid district moslWuiinly is to keep.good leaclicft in competition with the urban centres where more of Ihe comforts of living arc available.. CALGARY RUMOR FA'CtORY. TllK CALCiAUY-NEWS TKLKCiRAM evideiilly publislios rum- ors in order lo have the pleasure of denying' them next day On Tuesday H" had'Edward Micheucr, M.P.P., safely seated n Government Eduionlon as Lieutenant T, M. Twecdie-jdyfuily leading His Majesty's OpppsiUoii in .the viberla Legislature.' The rumor could uol be. held back even ii face of the fact thiifLicutciiaut Governor Bulyea's term does no expire until of'lOlu, when perchance unolher govern menl might be in pWr :it Olltiwa and Mr. Micliener would, o :ourse..be left as leader of Ihe Opposition. Tlie ru'nipr spreacl abroad was a nice morscUpr TKE WEEKLY.HERALD Fcbltefaed every Weflneyday In oftttjii paces, and coat.fclM of the of. iht lucil district 1 year In advance -ti.OO In advance 60o [ml next ing ifAKE THE PERMANENT. N ,ORTH LETHBHIOGE'wants cluster lights on 13th Street. The money stringency decamped for the the eoiincil seems disposed to grant tlie "rciTuest. "Which is 0. K. i But the Herald has it on g'ood'authority tliat the council in- tends ordering Ihe necessary brackets and placing Ihe lights on the wooden poles now on the slreel; If this is correct, as it ap- pears to be, the work can be only of-the most, temporary kind. Which is not 0. K.. If North Lcthbridge wants cliister hglds and the city has the money'to instal'tiiem thut-mqucy is not niofe urgently needed in some olher.direclumat the present time, then by all means grant the request. .l.Rut in.stal them Erect iron poles, remove the wooden'oncs; do'it right. Other- wise leave it alone. GET AFTER THE RAILROADS. WHAT DR. STEWART SAID More the Board of Trade.Jun- .chcon to the.effect that the board should co-operate with ?lhe provincial governnient in urging upon the Canadian North- ern Railway' thai the immediate construction of lines into tins city must not be allowed to drop. The.idea of making this.city a centre for construction commendable. The board must also hahimer-away at-the railroad lo build Ihe line for which it has a charter from Maryfield in Saskatche- wan to Lclhbridge. !n our opinion-'Die Canadian Norlhern should be influenced if at all possible 16 commence work on this line from the Lcthhridgc end the great country south of 'the WcYburn line of the C. P. H. will be provided with transpor- tation facilities. No portion of the "settled sections of this pro- Evince is more urgently in.need of these fac.Uities than the.par- ticular country.mentioned. Minister of Railways, co-operated with tlie.fede'rarmcmb'er for this district iri'impressing'upon the president of the Canadian -Northern the serious siiuatibnV-which faced the hundreds of settlers in Uiat disirict but without. availup lo the present. As conditions are at prescnl the pepple in that country have become very much (h'scoui-aged and a railroad shows early sign .of construct- ing bVa.migraiion of farmers out of the'country. (o must do all in our pWcr to aid these'settlers iivlheir erforts to get. a railroad. It is tjuite'feusibje for the Garta'dian Northeni to build from end just as tire C. P. H. built its Weybiinvline from Ihe west end. 1 111. JlllIlUl liuaum.- uoxl duyiiic.Xews 'Telegram put Hie kibosh oiril by ahnoiinc urn in big headlines that Mr. Michciief wasn't going io be Lieu tenant it- bad Mr. Tweedic's authority for sayin so. irwVtorcfiir life "rmnpring1' b'usiness-we would -pre diet thai if the'Conservatives have the appointment of a-Lieu tenant Governor in 1015 it will be a mim'of; sop.; position who will-be given.the sinecure, or as happen a iud-e of the -Supreme Court of the proviuce.-Mr. Michcncr Ml the sort vyho would likely take kimilv tp iRgubc nalorial It is: tbo-muclv of a social :sml lus last And then if he did resign the leadership' of the v ha ilv think By .T.' M. Twmue, though that is a'boriny fighter. Rather A. F. Ewing Nelson Spencer, of 'Mediae Hal, as the choice. OF VIEW LEON R. TAYLOR The third governor of Jprsey las had since-January -1. governor sat. A. Fielder, resigned to avoid tech ulcal ejections to Ills re-c'ectioD. He s toy! s h looking for a chief eieculli e Friday, NoveiiituT 7. 1013 BRITAIN NOT: FKIUHTENED ISY ZWI'EIJN DISASTER PrbYisional-President'Hucrla appears to have been elected n member-of theWaitefs'-Union.. Vs'hv is and nol E.'L. TaylorLcalled to" llie Robliu Mr. Taylor promised.cabinet honors when he consented.to.contest Gimli? -The best'; GhristniHS box come to Diamond-City would be the 're-opening-of llie coal aiid is said lo be in'ah'hiiiisiblcrmood. .-WANT MORE PIE Sim, Toronto! Xo piling up of words Is ncccssar, low to couvjnce even people who ar east open (6 convicllon that tbos who favor of riiciproeit fn-p years ago wero rigut in at leas or.'e of their contentions. Supporter Fletding-Tatt osreement main reciprocal- free- trada '.I prove advantageous t Canadian cattle producers, oecaus was'higher acres tlie line thnn here. They pointed t market reports In prool Dt Uio asse tiqn Today all Onlarlo'fs ha iue cc-aiar demonstration's of "the tni 'of'Wliat-vas tlieu asserted. The m merit- the Americans removed the, tr.rlfTon' cattle that ffiomenl a slrea of bullocks began pouring toivai DuSfalo along every lico of railway and cattle prices in Toronto advanced from a top of niir.ediately before the removal of the duty.-to a top of {S. on Monday, ol list If the United States Juty were. removed tomorrow from horses, batter, cheese, poultry, barley, fruits, potatoes, vegetables and'all other farm products, advances kpuld.take place In those.-lines, to-' Our government has il In iU rower, to secure that removal..The American oSer of reciprocity stands on-thc-slatute books of..the United All .that .is necessary Is the acceptance of that oSer.In orderJhat Canadian'farmers may secure free ac cess lo the American "market In al produce. Accenla'nce of We have had a.blte tb4 Anie.rlc.in market is the 'form of free cattle. SSore pie please. dijaller In Germany, the British War" Department' Is continuing Its -experiments in aviation. The picture 'shows three promin- ent" at the Cromarty aviation station In" England. Mr. As- qulth, thei'prlme mffiislcr, Colonel Seely; minister of war, and Mr.-Winston Churchill, First.Lord of the Admiralty, ail show'their keen interest In avia- tion. The war minister several flights. Mr. Churchiil went for i bTp'lane asc'eridlng 1500 ted. Colcr.el Sicly A CHAMQE .OF VIEW 'No real significance In the South was the head- lue- sproad over the front page of the Xejys the previous before the 'it fald that the elec'tora.would' ''pas's judgment on the Bonleri -so'ver'nmenfs and that bolh-parllcs had Introduced tneJr best "debatefs'an'd-IcaGing men into llie riding." .Tii'o'county-by.returning Mr. Don nelly" .in'1011 showed its disapproval of reclprocliy. nnJ Mr. oorow huinbie to'enjoy his Thanksgiving turkey with a full heart and be generous enough Ic'hand the wish bone, to the .other; fellows. Hie Repuhiican elephant was well bumped last November and now the Tamniany tiger is treed. Uncle Sam will soon have quite a collecliprrof sick animals in his political zoo. Should theilahiloha gcjvcrnment ever require to apud iioner lp Aiis'lraii.a, addition io the cabiijct, Dr, missioner Truax had insisted on'everyplatfonn Uiat the Issue Is' s.till a live one, while .Mr. German, tho Iiiberal-rncmbCr for Wellaud. who voled.agRlnst'thb agree- nsent in'Vise House- of. Coiiraons, and Mr. Hugh Uutbrle; who declared after the defeat of the policy that the issue was dead, 'A'Cre on pla'tform hipi and ills-Interests, in tlie opinion'of, the--Conserva- tives, been a factor in favor-uf Mr. Carsill." So tliat reciprocity, as. well.as the navy was an and it ivas only.after.it was "lost (Imt it was discovered 'that it w.as'reaHy of no Importance, IU w.it.i, H. be .expected to decline the honor with thanks, Charlie Murphy, big sachem of. the Tammany trib'c, is likely lo tic We know of no one niorcMikely to be in a posi- tion to enjoy'an. easy than Churlie. There is, to be'a in Morris, Manitoba, to elect a successor Campbell. The inrmcrs be able to hold their wheat for a rising market. If the Boiird of trade v.in do anything lo coax the Ci N. H- to build into the cily next year, il ought to put on its most winning smile and start ri'ghf away. SOO WILL BUILD (Sweet Grass. Advocate-) 'Conjectures are rife these 'days as to. the ultimate destination of the Soo Line in Its westvrard course through Jlor.tana' and "also to the probable route. through the slate, says Ihe Ciit Bank 'Tribune.' From report of sur- veyors n ho have been working In Ihe neighborhood of. the Sweet Grass hills, on. practically me line oi the former Koo 'survey, the road will be bull! b nveeh' tho Great Northern Hallway and the Canadian boundary. There I -WORTHY OF ATTENTION. 'X ADVISING the iAiniigralion aulhorilics'of the Inie condition Ihe labor market in! tins vicinity, a local cmploymcnl.agenl has tnken an initiative step -vylilch deserves commendation.1- The coiulilions arc presMl anU faced, .It is not iisVthough business -sverc Labor so inuch a harometer of the businesses already established., -as itis-of the expansion Southern Alberta cari maintain her prescnl commer- cial activify'-ihrovighouVtlie fiie spring will lake care of llie lalinr'aml expansion. The idea of placing Ihe facts before the govenimrni rnm.fs' fniin a wish lo'prbtecl Hie working man. If There is going lo he nothing for him lo cio when he gels here, why iml let him slay in the larger centres wlwre- there is am'oppor- tunily io find work. The Canadian government docs nol encourajje tlv- immigra- tion of clurks, office men, mechanics, arlisans. or skilled workers of any descriplinn excepting agriculturists, and no effort is made lo find employment for such upon Iheir arrival, Consequently these in'iinifinints'conlinud westward, where'iinscriipiilous cm- ploymcnt or transportation agents' diretl them. If tlfcy do nol fincllhc work lliey are (old awaits lli.em, they revile the country harm results. VAVhciyJhe farmer has'finished with his harvesters, in the Usually io Ihe'woods for employment. Hui Ameri- can lumber has materially afl'cclcd Ihe prairift market, and many hinihiering flrnis have been compelled (o reduce Iheir operations They afc nol'loking ofi full crews, and there is practically no blhcr field HICS.C men may cnler except llie already "What we iiius't'ild-is-iiiid work for those already here, and lp discourage Ihe bringing in of more laborer "until' I here is work for them, Thns-wili-we be treating oil justly The Manitoba govcrnmenl is ordering a supply of pluriv l.rees (o encourage fruiI growing in that province, "Wonder if it. is running put of ils supply of political plums. Flour is .worlh SKQQ per pound in Ihe new gold field at-Shu; hanna. -Beef steak, prices in Chicago are gelling jealous and hrcalcn lo beat Ibiil mark. Let's slay in Lrlhbridgc where w( lave plenty of both.'1' Al ari courl of the Hudson's Hay.Co n London couple, of-days ago, aimounccment was he company, would'spcltd in new stores in dilTerCn Western Canadian a policy in (lift sijiallcj centres. This cnmp'an'y whs .the pioneer in Hie fur ihiding'h'usi ness in the aridinnSV promises to cpntinuc ils policy; o >ionecring by ficiiig the lifsl'in modern infrcliandising also. S.ROSE ANOTHER SPECIAL Fine Shirte PHONE 1817'. These include "W. O. and -Crescent" makes and our range Is.adrailtctlfy tlic largest In the city. 8KB OUR WIN1JOWS P your cleaning and pressing.- Wo Kuaranteo absolute eatlsfacUon at the roost moderate prices. L0CAL vTRAIN EtTective Oct. 26; 1913.'. paralleling tile Great N'orlherr, EO scly, but there la'a rich and exten e country on-'the Kne of that-sur y tiat will be tapped, and that mlsh- a goodly amount of business 'Ihe road. From the present course the.road since entering Montana, ere Is Ilille douce but that the peo- e of Hie north country will lie served fh (he Soo Line ir. the course of other year or two. It is learned on jod authority, that surveys have re- ntly been completed by the Soo en- necre and final locations are now made for an additional exten- on of the Ambrose line, which Is w almost completed to Wliltetail, 1 Sheridan county. 'This additional ork may be possibly started tills fall the .balance of. the Ambrose exten- on la "completed .'n time. Otherwise will be started early ncit spring. .V NO.-- 13 Crow's Nest -Express "Nest Express 12. Flyer 11: Soo-Spoliano Flyer 512 .Local ,11 Local............... i65 Local 567 Local 54G Local NO; -NAJIB 613 Cro.Ws Nest Eipress. 514- Express 12- Soo-Spokana-Klycr 11 Soo-Spotoane. Fiyer 511 Local 5SV Local ARRIVALS' C17 DUB TO.AR ...........Koo.lenav ...........MedEci.ne ..'.........Spakaiie ...........Crnnbrook........... .....'......Meiilcine Hal .A... ___.......Calgary (Aidersydo branch) .DEPARTURES FOR .DUB TO; ...........Kootcnay Lnndlng ...........SI. Paul ...........Spokano ...........Medicine Hat ...........Cranbrook ...i....'.........-...-. ............Coutts.................. .'...'.......Cardslon.............. ......Calgary (via Aldcrsyde) WE .23.10 4.J.i 6.05 G.IK .IS.20 -IS. 45 .19.15 .10.25 .13.65 ..23.50 4.45 C.1S G.25 .15.30 -.J5.iin 9.20 17.45 .18.00 Eastern VIA THE. Excursions Garisiidigin i f -t- n 1C December'1st to 31st .Q Railway Jjiinii o First class ronml trip fares Stopovers (0 TORONTO, HAMILTON, '.COMMISSIONER DAVID REE9 Commander of tho SaUallon Army of whose serious Illness is causing much cotif.crn in army circles t specially' in view of the coming vhli of'the commatiuer-ln-chlcf, B'ootb -LcllilirUlgo at -daily and' 15.30'except MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLE- VILLE, KINGSTON S67.90 ST. JOHN, MONCTON J32.20 HALIFAX Corresponding othcV PoWU and to all stations MB j ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME .PROVINCES For booklet of Infonnatior. and full'par- llculura, to nay azent of the Canad- ian Pacific Hallway. UNITED STATES EXCURSIONS Vlr'at 6lats Round Trip fares from LethbridoB to' MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL S45.40 oULUTH i S13-10 CHICAGO KANSAS CITY .'.Corresponding fares to other ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, and -WISCONSIN Mitchell, AgenV Phone 512 Otcember 1 to 31 Return limit Three Montfitf.' ;