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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LETHBKIDGR DAlliY HERALD' Tuesday, LETKBRiDGE DAILY HERALD i ESTABLISHED DECEMBER PuHtthed by the Ushbridje Herald Printlr.} Cs., LWj fc'l evening In office, Sixth Strut, PHCNE: Edilcr.il. 1224 W, A. BUCHANAN Managing DlnctW T. W. QUAYLE Utnxgtng Editor JOHN TORRANCX PHONE: Atfvertlitnfl DtpartmtftU 1252 DAILY I grew notlbs. dellTered 3 Eonthr, delivered 1 month, delivered 1 jrw, br J7.00 S conUu, ly 3 moathc, by 75c 3V- 1 month, bj lull c Vancouver Wide Worll Co.; Nswj Shoji, 415 Graavell Co. Lafci eltanffed as cften dtslied. but fcoUl Mw I fcddrMsn must bt THE DAILY'HERALD FOR SALE AT Ctoii Dms Book Store; J. Q. Rob- ertson Co.; Jacisoa t Co.; Alesudn Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenaj- Alttb; Lcthkrldp Uott) Ciesr Stand; Empnu Bui- ret Luocli. Diamond D'Are. Mtdlclni Hit HowL D. rerpnoa. k phr Co.; Crubrook Book Compaay. Company. Plneher McCiw Mitcbell Dius Co........ Giassy HolA Kemp bisa Ajtocj. Calfary Book aad .S'JKS Store, Slh Avc. Wtst; World Xeiri Co. Station Eairirt .Co- St World Sew Co. Carmkngay Clarence' KaoV 46O. buiuth World News Co. 3 THE WEEKLY HERALD JlTelcM coo of the news of local and district I rear la 11.00 6 nonths la advance 50c n 11 ic fair old, days Can lw? We venture lo promise that he Ciin. As U mustyr of the ;irl of public eloquence, are inclined to think that Dr. Montague 11. B. Ben- nell, M.P. of Calgiiry, look like 1111 amatetuvBut we couW r have his own interest could have wished the Doctor had recurred earlier. If il should chance that for a second time he had seciirejl a portfolio in a ministry whose days were no fault of his own, it would menu that Fnle was playing it pretty rough on ail amiahle man. It will be well remembered thai Or. Montague's "first com- ing" was when he entered the Conservative government at Ottawa prior to 18% and just as it was slmflling olT the scene, of power. So no wonder the Star is anxious as to whether he has joined mi- other government on its last legs. A general election in Mani- toba next vear will tell. _ VIEW W PANAMA-CANAL SINCE WLOWlNGVPofOAMBOA In Edgcwater, Die fashioiiiihle suburb of Chicago, the society vonien have solved the garbage question by: establishing a hog anch on a vacant lot. the Chicago live stock market for a drop in the prjce of pork. REGISTRATION YESTERDAY'S SEANCE in the city council chambers should be enough to convince the people of this city that registration of voters is the only satisfactory solution of She problem "of com: piling a voters' list Registration has been urged by the Herald before.- Now is the time to urge it again. the council, sitting as a court of revision-yesterday, cudeavr ored to pass on the qualifications of applicants without the pres- ence of those making application. themselves power- Jess to do anything because they couIcTnat geflhe information necessary. :Xo niatler what decision Ihey arrive at, there will be some discontent, because some' who may have had the same qualifications, made no attempt to be placed on.the list, not caring tqi take thechance. Rcgistnilion of voters is the way to get over the difficulty. Applicants ui.ay" then" tic sworn as to qualifications. Ii will re- move much responsibility from.the the council or commission at'lie head of affairs. TO HEDGE. MEDICINE HAT TIMES declares it never said that il wns f opposed lo '.urning over the natural resources to a Liberal government in (his to tjuote ifs.-R-ards: In regard to'ihe nardral resources the stand ive took' j- 'was and_is thai they.sh'ould turned over ;to the province uhtii-such .'time'as af capable government is.- placed in control of the Alberta; -It is not diffi- cult to prove theincompeleiKiy Sifton administra-.- i i i" Now we all know that the Times, faithful Conservative jour- nal is, would never admit Alherta to be capable unless it was; Conservative. cSo when it makes such a professjon it.is merely hedging, that.is all. Mr. Borden's dcclara- tjftn.was, thai Ihe natural, resources woiild be turned over to the western provinces, as soon as he came, to power. There were no qualifications whatever. The considerations of "Liberal" am "capable" governments have been an afterthought of politicians .like-Hon.-Robert Rogers. The Times we-fear is at their scrvict irt _ NEW CHIEF'MUST H'AVE'FREE.HAND. WHAT CAUSE of C.hitf It ha: all along been thought il was .dut'.to'fack of sympathy on the part of the city council with his recommendations arid sug geslions. The Edmonton in commenting upon bis appointment as Deputy Chief in that refers lo his wor] here and says: little'over one year ago he was asked to take.charge o the Lcthbridge rleparlment for the purpose, of ridding the south ern city of disreputable houses and oilier notorious joints. Fol lowing the cleaning up some of the, aldermen became dissatisfied -and after a scries of events Dnyis resigned his position." This would appear as thoiigli llie Davis policy was opposed Certain actions of the counc.il might bc'mtcrpreled in such a waj but the appointment of Chief Skclton os his. successor seemed tc i establish that the council was in sympathy with the Davis policy Anyway, the old council is passing but of existence and a new hotly will soon control civic affairs. For the Herald's par want to say that we have full confidence in Chief Skclton ant thai any interference -with his conduct of police affairs would be unwise and distasteful.to the'majority of Lclhbridgc people. .11 i' must be given n. free hand in perpetuating the policy of Chic liavis! Lethbridge must retain its place as'a clean, respectable few-abiding city. WAS MONTAGUE BORN UNLUCKY? r'T'HK TORONTO STAR terms the recent change in the Manitob: government second Dr. nm Anil so here agajji is Hon. Dri Montugue! .Where has. IK; been, and how fias it fared lyi.lli him during nil i; these.years while he has been off the platform and off 1 lie front page of Ihe daily press? Is he as rotund, as eloquent as of Can he-wave bis hand and make Utc English language perform before him as wus won I OUB POINT OF VIEW Five candidates for the mayoralty doesn't seem to be enough, here is still room at the top. To meet an increase in the price, Hamilton is boycotting I lilk these days. "Back to beer" is the slogan iiow. If there was sufficient crooked work in' the' Macdomdd elec- ion to vitiate seven hundred majority, -how.'crooked was that leclion? The refusal of Mr. Morrison to face the court in the 'Mac- lonald election trial is corrohoration made by lie Liberals. New York's new-mayor is 34 years of age. That ought to incourage some of the young biouuS'lp gc! iiitd-the nice here. While thc'track is so crowded with entries, a.youngster ought to >c able to crowd some of the old chaps to the fence. The sheep industry in Alberta has increased the value of its >roducl 25% in-thc'past'year. venture.that, the increase vould be lOOft in thu next year if the governmentrwould banish he tariff on sheep coming inlb Canada. The farmers'want the duty arid ihe (juarantme so that hey may not realizing the alue of hoofs" as soil packers and w6ed destroyers, ml'the duty is so high, and the quarantine rcgijinuGtis so difli- cult to comply wifli, that they are practically barred. The quar- antine regulations are not. so' bad, but there are.absolutely no 'acilities at the border for enforcing them. duty, (he jovernnicnf knows wliere th'e'farmer stands oii-ttal question. J, Uncle Sam handed out sometliing like an Alherlnn he other day. A.shipment of'beef cattle crossed Ihe line, arid jut for the reyisio'ny.gr the tariff, governnienl o the south would have'nelled this amount in duly. .While the American govennhent-irbusy granting Canadian armer, the Bprben gorienimenl-sits--tigKtf'never''offering- to do Is.share. In commenting on the Great'Falls Leader says: to doughnuts that .the cattle'ml! not ae sold for ahy less.on tlic Chicago market tqjiclp bring dowii the price of beef.to And in thai there may be some truth. is it the producer.who is keeping the cost of liN-ing supplied wi'.h wings? An investigation inight fur-' nish a negative Showing the canal winds lit way A view of the of the canal, "he channel appean Irregular and checked on account of the encroachmenti of slldet. Gold Hill may be Hen in the distance. The view taken at.Empire, looking touth with Culebra In ths distance. OPTIMISM WORTH HEEDING' The Conservative press persist that statements in the press that Mr. Bordeii is-a sick man are untrue. However; the Montreal Mail, which is so far real independent, says: A gentleman who spoke with a Daily Mail rcpre-' sentalivc, on his arrival from Ottawa, said: "It is rathey silly to see the government papers denying the reports of..... Mr. Bordcri's ill-health. As a matter of fact the Daily. Mail was quite right in paving that he was ordered south by his physicians. lie is-a sick man. Do you suppose he would leave Otlawa for six weeks, when the opening of the session is hut two months off; if he did not have logo. I repeal the Premier is a sick man, and lie is now under his doctors orders." Now you.can take your choice. (Edmonton Journal) AH _lhroush the summer C.P.n. net arnlngg'were showing almost every week a decrease. Tnls wns not at all surprising in view of the vrorlcMvide situation, but In the financial mar- cels people-had grown so accus- to seeing steady Increases iu tb'e earnings that all kinds of unwaT: n-as heard. The Canadian booin had flattened oaL' Those wlio could-ncvpr see any c-easoa Tvhy Can- ada should go ahead as rapidly as U lad been doing their heads knqTingly and said "I.told you so." But. the delusion not to Tor long. September showed A net proat to the C.P.R. of as compared with in thft some -month in 1912. There is no Canadian barometer thai the outside public pays more at- tention to.. Nor is It only the slallsties that have heen speaking. It )s pointed out Montreal that throughout the spring, and summer, when other men were'attempting to-mlnimhe tho sit- uation', Sir Thomas' Shaughnessy maintalned silence, and not even the fiercest of'bear attacks on the'C.P.R. would-induce him to attempt to help the raarKet situation foy assuming an optimism regarding the general sit- uation which hje did not feel. Now, however, the situation is dlf- Thomason.comlng uac'K from.his western trip points wltr. pride to Ihe fact "that Canada weathered (he financial storm which has so disturbed the International markets no eerlous inconven- lenc'e'to herseir. and has meanwhile added'to her own and io the world's we'alth prodaclng the largest crop .of wheat, and by far the finest in av eraee .luallty, which has ever'come out of western Canada. 'That crop is now safely 'garnered. Nowhere in al the ivest has there been even a par tial failure.' Everywhere agriculture the haslc industry on which the is built, is able to "produce, which are 'the security .for. pas' achlevments znd future enterprise. The CJ.R. president's optimism is considered by everyone, who hnows the man.and the care which he takes n making public statements, as thi enuine article. There are 66, with an Income ol 500.000 and over, 55 with an Income f to'5500.000, 37 with ncomes to 5375.000, and with-Incomes of-from io Furthermore, there are 4113 arsons' with Incomes of J50.000 and ve'r, means, the possession ol or more. Conse- uently. .the.total of pereous in the ountry.who posaess' al least 00 dots-iiot. rail ehbrt .of "hefie. statements, however, not ell how'many Englishmen re whose'earthly possessions aro ies's than. The few aro Ich, the many are poor; thus It has fb'f and It is worse now than" ever. Will it always be so? wo do not .think it will. Figures are supposed to dry, but some which Wi Gordon, D.D., used in an address at Minnenpolis the other day must have made his hearers rub their eyes ami wonder if figurej told llic.real Uiifh. Ralpli Connor sjiid: "One-tenlh of the people in the United Stales, the wealthiest nation on enrlh, arc !hs line or below it. -Oii0.per.cent.; of your people own per cent, of your wealth. OneJper cent, of your families own 99 per cent, of your wealth.' 1'ifly-oiie per cent, of yon r people have no wealth at all. Great Britain is as bad, or worse. the richest city in the world, has people living on the1 rnfigcd edge of ,slarvalion; one-fourth of the population dies in extreme poverty." Nothing but figures could" bring men or women fo a renliza' lion of actual conditions. I WJTHIfID JAS. S. ROSE PHONE ANOTHER SPECIAL Men's Firte Those ificiurtc "CluelC" "W. ,0. H." and" makes range la admittedly the fargeal In the sfcE bd'n WINDOWS. _ your cleaning and pressing. V7< guaraiiUs absolute patfafscUorl ?t the .Most 'iiKxlerate. prices.......- ENGLISHMEN (Christian Guardian) The Income-tax statistics for tas year aliow that England has an as- tesg'cd income from' abroad of X 'which represents a capita Invested in foreign coimtrles-of somt where arountl But i Is'hardly conceivable that this sca -Income la anything like" lintfome received from abroftd -which tnay reasonably be'-placed TEry; much higher'figure. This In ie'te derived from'a variety of in vestments In many countries, Brltlili capital employed in ever and IB Invested In mines; ga Vfeft, Ivaterworlie, brew 'and coffee plintaUona, nt funds; mercan- tile mortgages, and tele- cable, shipping and Insurance companies. Practically every land' pars tribute to the Hrfllsh capitalist: The 'same statistical upon gives some Interesting figures regarding' the" number "of wealthy AN INDEPENDENT OPINION Mail) Tho_Efi, of us_ .who...have .forgallen about. Dr. Moatagiie.X'iil be surprised o hear of him ih'tne JlanUoba Cab- net .He" was an ill-starred, trouble- ing.member of. the Bowell and nnd It. la not tkely'his Australian and AVcstern records will contribute niuch'in, his success as a colleague of Sir nod- liond. .Public IITe Is not tha gaintr of'h'ts re-entry. REVISING THE. INVENTORY (Toronto' Saturday: Might Mr.'R. C. Smltli, K.C., ol Montreal, tells a story of a bailiff ivbo wen( out lo levy a seizure on the contents ol A house. The- inventory began with the chattels In the attic, -downward to Iho cellar. When the dining room was Trachea the tale of furniture ran tlias: t' "One dining table, oak. "One set chairs oak, "Ono sideboard, oak, "Tiro Vhlakfly, Then the .word was' Etrucn out and replaced by the "emp- and the.Inventory" went OQ in n hand tbat lurched onaUy across (he unttl (t close J "Otie revolving LION AND. LAMB (Cranbrook" Herald) v On the peliUon-vbeins circulated' asWngjhe jicenge..comnilssioners BOL'. to the., restaii-3 rant In the block, are found the knd.tern. jt "unique 'n-j stance wnere-ffioy.bo'- LOCAL TRAIN EffecHve Oct. 26', 513 Crow's Nest Express 14 .Crow's -Ntst Blpress 12 Soo-Spokan'e .Flyer 11- goo-Spokane Flyer 512 I.ocal 511 Lowl'. 565 51S Local 'Local Local. 'ARRIVALS FROM blJE: TO ARRIVn Landing ,...-........'.23.40 ..-.4.35 6.05 6.15' .'..15.20 '...15.45 .19.15 JO.S5, 13.03. DEPARTURES i ...........Medicine Hat ...'........Cranbrooli ...........Slediclno Hat ...........CoutU ....j....... NO. :NAMB 613'..Crovril Nest Express. 514 Cro'a'.'s Nesf Express 12 Flyer llr Socfspokane Flyer 512 Local 511 5S4 Lccal Local 547 I.'ccal 'FOR .DUK TO DEPART .Medicine Hat Kootenay Landing.............; .St. Paul .Spokane 5.25 ..Medicine Hat .Cardston ..Calgary (via AUorsyde) ........18.OO: ........CANADIAN. BANK OF COMMERCE HAS IXSTAUXD ..-r SAFETY DEPOSIT LODCB ram _ Wflls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Polities .or oilier valuables in one of these boxes Lethbridge Branch R, L Brymner, fflgr. E ARE Always Ready to Respond By Messenger at Your Telephone The Herald Department Intelligent service Quality product. Latest (yper faces Modern equipment Delivery as promised ;