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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .Passe THF, LETHR1UDGE DAILTJTTERALD Thursday. November 13, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IW Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every ful evening at Itroffice, Sixth Streeti Leshbrldgc. Alitrla, Canada. At PHONl;, And Ncurl Uepjtntnt 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Managlop otj-ectcr T. W. QUAYt-E Managing Editor JOHN TORP.ftfHCS Manager PHONE: Adverting Circulation 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION rw delivered...... 1 rear, by mall S morths. delivered J2-W months, s> mail 5 months, delivered Ji-00 S months, by mall 1 month, delivered S5c. 1 month, by mall Addresata chajcxtd as otten u awlrffl. b-jl both tddrtuej bs tfveau 51-0 THE OAILY-HERAL Cross Book Store; 3. G. Bob- eilson t Co.; JacVson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; -Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny AUra; Hotel Cisar Stand; Etnpresa Bul- let. Linen. Qlanvnd D'Are. Mcdlclni Hat Aidnlboll Hotel. D. Fergilsoa. It. Mur pty Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Company.. PIr.cher McCraa: Milctell DI-JB Co.. D FOR SALE AT Vancouver VYide World News Co.: Xercs Sboj, Granocll Street....... SpoVine-rJimleson News Co. 71'5 River Siie C.rassy Hotrf. Kemp .t .Co- hen Nev7s Acency. Book and News' Store. 103A Eth Ave. West; World Naws Co. Plncher Station Edward Bead. SL News Cfl. KaoS- News Cfl. desk in (lie big room. 'Him anyone can see hun. otlin- times tit' is one of Hie liiivdcst men in New to get aiuik'Hce with. He is iniW of voice, sparing willi woKis. and quick in his decisions.'. j. He lias done niotx- to spread 'Tammany's .power than any other chief the great organization has 'had.' year ago lie controlled New A'tsrk'City and New York: .Stale and until Bryan assailed Wm at Baltimore lie had of n President. Now. tlirouyh one blunder (Hie impcaehment of Sulzcr) lie has brought Tammany to the verge of disaster. Nearly every American boss-ridden city lias had its Murphy and the development of such a species in politics is due to the inertness of the better class. The who have high ideals and then set out and elect them. !f they don't the polilL-al boss and low.political ideals will come back. y- THE WEEKLY HERALD ererr Wednesday In pases, infl eoaUlw nrnoury of tbe ntwa of lie week, local sad distrtcl 1 year in advance 11.00 6 months ad ranee. '50e THE ELECTION IN READING in- viclorv' for A CASE IX COURT-AXD OUR ISIMIGRATION POLICY X THE JUVENILE COURT at Toronto an English artisan "was charged with allowing his daughter, age under 1-1, to be absent from .school. The defense was that, bavins out of emplovim-nt three monlhs out of seven since his arrival m.lliis countrv and his wife having consequently lo seek employment, Ihe child was needed to lake the mother's place at home. And for this 'crime' the man was lined 9100. i.. defanll of wluch h for Ihe first lime, in his life, was sent lo jail for 30 days; and lesons to be yearned from this Toronto-ease. The judge whV'imppscd flne, is u imlive-born Cana.lian fficj a former clergyman, cait't understand Ins prejudice unless it be a dislike for an Englishman. The man was. out of work, not because he did not wiml work, but because he could.-, t get it. His wife was.'working and the daughter was kept-home lo look nfte'r the house, which we arc told consisted of an olt kitchen True, it is a pily'the child had to miss her school, bul is There any-.sane reason :why there was ndthing wrong in character as far as the evidence in court showed, should be fined or 3C The treatment of the mini is most to Canadian courts. JAS. S. ROSE For "CAMPBELL" Clolhti We have Just received a re- peal Delivery ot OVERCOATS in this celebrated make, ot which we are the SOLK AGKXT3 for J.ethbrMse. These goods need uo nauao "Campbell" is synonymous with "UEST." See Our Windows o- '.etier still, e.ill lu auJ try one on and provo what real 'Orervvot comfort uieaus." Remember .We arc the Sole Agents for LethbrWge SO.davs deporiation ist "uii-British ana (liscrcdilable the Unicnisls, and the verdict there is .taken as a repudia- tion of Home Rule. When the vote is analyzed, however, Ihe Unionisis should not boast loo had been Lib- :era! yb a narrow majority. In the bye-election in addition to the .candidates the il VPS the third candidate who enabled the Unionist to win'.1. The Socialist polled one thousand votes, but Ihose votes cannol be 'classed'as.againsl Home Rule. -' a straight fighi, the great majority of (he Socialist voles would have been recor.d- cii for Ihe Liberal and the seat would not have been lost. .i. Once a triangular contest in Reading, bui on that occasion the Socialist than three liundred Voles, and the Liberal-was returned. But Mr. G. AV. Palmer, of the firm of Huntley Palmer, biscuit manufacturers, employ. sixlihousand men, and arc ven was Ihen IhelLiberal nominee, whereas the Liberal candidate of a stranger iii. Ihe .constituency. This lime the Palmer family held aloof from Ihe conleslj ostensibly on Ihe ground of a recent bereavement, bul it is riiiiipred inore probably-'on ncounl of wage pro- posals for the large employers are fearful Uiat the minimum wage principle, once adopted, will be -.extended to all industries. The Sutton family-r-onc of long Lib- eral over lo Ihe Unionists on that ground. Tlie Sutlons'are the largest seed men in Great Britain, and their Injgc seed and tesling-grounds in Reading and vicin- give employment'to a hands. It is just i -ri ir, J mg candidates declareilheniscives. They are invited to speak EASTERN EXCURSIONS December 1 Bt to 31 st VIA THE Canadian Pacific Railway Return Limit 3 Stopoverc East of Fort William Through Trains Standard Sleepers Tourist Sleepers Dining First-class round trip fares' f.'om Leth- brlrjg? to TORONTO. SARN1A, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON 567.90 ST. JOHN, MONCTON S82.50 HALIFAX................... W.35 CorrcEpondhiB fares from olher points aiid lo nil stations in ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES For L-Mcilet ot tntoruiatron and full particulars to any.agent ot tno Caiiaufitu" pacific "Rat! Vcvy low favcs Nov. 7 to Dec. -31 in connection with Trans-Atliintio-pass- ao-cs. Return limit o months. WHAT ABOUT LOYALTY NOW Out., Reformer) Has anyone uotlced aay deteriora- lon tti Canadian loyalty during the iast few weeks? Has oo word come rom Inspired pocfcetbook pa- riots, Z. A. 1-ish, S'r Kdnumd- Wai- :er and the other member ot 'the IS" who two years ago told he poor Canadians that II our trade ever" moved north or south the Un- qn Jack would soon ho blotted oil he map of North America? From every side come reports or Immense shipments of meat, fish, dairy products and other accessaries of life :o the States, with resultant higher prices, for the Canadian consumer, ypo g-ets'wnat Cs left Yet" when tho Dufce qf.Connaught came hack on the, 25th 'of October he was given Just as loyal -a riot "a'u extra chicken has been shipped to the States. The silonce of the flag- flaprefs" just now is only equalled by for reller from the con- sumers and the gmln growers, both for United States Excursions December 1 to 31 Return lliull Three months First class round trip fares; from Lelh- bridge to _ MINNEAPOLIS and ST.. PAUL. 545.40 543.10 CHICAGO S61.40 KANSAS CITY S66.90 Corresponding fares to other points ia_ ILLINOIS, .IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA AND WISCONSIN S; B. MITCHELL Depot Ticket Office Phone 512. Lutlibridge Representing all Steamship Lines Now the man came to Canada in the improving his condition, he found he to. steady em- ploymeht. Jiist oV present are told-three factories in Tor- onto -have' laid off over a hands, so there- nnUhops ands seeking employment there. Why should this English work______________________ have been brought to Canada, -when it is known from that cause lost the campaign of the Trades and Lnbor Congress that there-is nt> Kate, T demand in the cities for labor, that-could not bc-fillcd by men in the country. What Canada and .are men to go upon the land; and cultivate it. That is liie class of settler we should It is a shanie and disgrace to bring men lo this country who must seek their employment in.the cities and towns. There is not sufficient for that class, and conse- quently, we have a case-like that in a Toronto coujl. A CURIOUS BOY My-1 sister-in-law dropped' in on me .the other day and left her hree-yeav- .'61cT charge, irhlle'she went lo TopeW to attend a suffrage meet- one have the questions, which were put to'me seriatim by my nephew, an- swered as promptly and succinctly as possible': "Where are your feelings? a-dog-wag-its' ll. P.Uli.l (18131 Suu GUNARD LINE a Ml) third lerfi icipiovcment and pcsi iu W.igh ircalher. 1 and carrying cnc dass d' These ate equipped wit.i rnn safety special feature is Uidr reciitkab't MAGN1FICEKT APPOINTMENTS. Gymnistum. and Coreied fromenadef. Spacious Orchestra. SreOAL CHRISTHAS'SAUJNC DECEMBER 9lt, 1913. froa. lo Per pjiticulsi'i o[ ulllngs an4 Kivices from ItoaSreil, Tcttlacd, Boston and .New Vuik; apply lo Local A Of 4 THE CUrlARD STEAMSHrP. CO., LTD. Street, WINNIPEG. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. are- oysters', bones' on th UsidV- .-r. the outsidq' 0 UK .POINT OF Alberta bonds look g'ocxl, to buyers, despite the: knocking of Ihe opposilion press. teeth.ever ache? jny.'nose so "Wli'st- Ci.aiis doing I Tfill take It as a personal favoi if I can get the answer by re'- mail, as I tiegin lo fear tliat Ihe Mi Ihln'ftS I don't Imoiv City.Slar. H'was certainly'a fntari man who suggeslcd that Ihe big crop of candidates is due lo the nice fat salaries attached. Perish any such .one is .inspired with the bitioii the city. South Leibbriclge ratepayers' association has a way of mak- that the immediate effect of the Government iand pro- p'osals ni'ay be ip shed sortie of the: wealthy employing elements iii the party. However, that lias, been.reckoned with the government. POLITICAL BOSS. MURPHY, Ihe beaten leader of Tammany Hall, is a true type of Ihe American political boss. We are told that: He is the'son of an immigrant father and an im- migrant mother. He'had a little schooling, but not much. His first regular cmplpjTiienl was as a street car driver in; the days before the trolley was known. 1 From that he was graduated to lending bar in nn East Side groggery. From bartender-he became saloon keep., cr, At one time he conducted three saloons. The saloon keeper is a potent force in eity politics. Murphy, as the owner of. three had'influence. He became a precinct cnptain and then a- Tammany district leader. In the days of Tammany disorganization following the retirement of Croker he was chosen as oiie of-the three district leaders who, for a the affairs of the organization. Tammany'hclieves in one'chief, not three. The triumvirate became ridiculous' when Devcry characterized its members as Spot and Joke. Murphy was the sport. In .a few months Two Spot and Joke dropped put and Murphy He has been the Boss ever since, J v A lot of truth and some untruth has been prinled about Charles F. Murphy. He'has held one commissioner. As head of Tammany Hall he no salary. He has a town house ahd.a.coiiniry home, hut liis real home and his real headquarters arc at Ocl- monico's. He lives at tlie rale of 000 a year. When he tecame boss of Tammany he was a raw individual. He has acquired polish since then. For sev- oral years J. Sergeant Crani was his closepcrsonal friend. Mr. Cram is a patrician. Before mccling Mr. Cram, Mr. Murphy never had worn n dress suit. Mr. Cram is ''credited with introducing him inlo the Dchnonico cir- cle and having him abandon (he knife in the transpor- tation _of food from his plate to Ins pulale. Tammany Hall is on Fourlcciilh slrcct Tliird Murphy rarely goes there except aronnd clcc- .tion limb; Just before election he, found al'a relays, and woe betide the man who doesn't obey the mandate. Fourteen R. coaclies.passed Ihrongli the city yesterday. Somehow H. seemed a relief lo see ali those foreign cars. Let's hope they won'l be foreign very long. The loss of men and properly in Ihe reccnl s'lorm on She Great Lakes is reaching-'appalling proporlious and the whole story is not yet known. 1'iiicher Creek council is having trouble finding Ihe ncces- sary cash and iu Ihe. hour of tribulation every other council in Ihe province weeps in sympathy. The .bye-elections in England do nol indicale any slump" of popular support lo Ihc Unionists. The only scat losf by the gov- ernnicnl, so far, due to Hie presence of a Socialist in Ihe field. While perhaps il would nol be in the interest of the. city lo Ihal the women who have a vole should poll a solid vole, il is he, expected (hat ladies will back'only .those men who promise to give the police force possible facility for enforcing the law. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS NO. NAME FTIOM DUB TO AHHIVK 613 Crow's Nest Eiprsss landing oil Crow's Nest ........'....Medicine Hat "4.35 Klyer 6.05 11 Soo-Spokano Flyer ..............Ht. Paul i Local all. Txjcal ...........................Medicine Hat..............'....15.4? Local 10.25 [Aldersyde DEPARTURES NO. NAME i- TOR .DUE TO DEPART 513 Crott's Nest KJpttss............ Medicine Hat 514 Crow's Ncbt Landing ,...........i. 4.45 12 Hoo-Spohane Flyer Pnul II I-Tycr C.26 512 Hat 511 txxal 561 ...........................Co-Jtts.........................5.20 MS ...........................C'ardBtoi) M7 Local................i..........Caleary (via AUcrsyile) "ti......IS.00 The Straight Line in Coating Demand A Straight Line is the Shortest Distance between Two Points" WhateVer troubles old Euclid gave us in our schooldays bis axioms simple enough. In our business life to-day -we show appreciation of the truth of this axiom in cutting out superfluous in tbc saviog of time 'arid labor. In making goods the straight line is -It is the shortest distance between raw material and finished product. In Selling Goods, the straight line is Newspaper Adv.ertising. It is the shortest distance between the seller and the buyer. Sonic manufacturers are applying the straight line iii the making ol their but neglecting it_ih (he selling of them. Some have no line of communication with .the. con- at all many, let their' meander along by- of "chance Acquaintanceship" instead of telegraph-' jog it along tlie straight line of Newspaper Advertising. AdverHsfng is fhc Shortest Distance between tho two points of "Sypply" and "Demand." If jfm local Ulk yaur lAvt VrtA Mtufnlni D? pinm.f ill cf Ntwjp [f a} or ic A ns-riunce ofy4 idv til fkf yoa hive i A Iht c.f by tf ;