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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF TJ3TTTRKTTM3E' HERALD Tuesday, November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1907 W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Minager Publi.hed by Th, L.thbrldg. H.r.id Publishing Co., Ltd, every Juwful evening a( iti ..office, Sixth Lethbrldge, PHONE: editorial, Reportorial, and Newi 1224 DMLY SUBSCRIPTION RATEi j'yoar delivered 3 year, by mail G mouths, by.mail Advertising Circulation and Job Depti 1252 ...J3.00 6 mouths delivered 3 months delivered 1. month delivered S2.00 35C.. l month, by mail Addresses changed as often as but both new ami old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains summary of the news of tile week, local and district 1 year In advance .....J1.50 I 5 months in advance ...50c. 6 months iu advance 75e. j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug .Book (ore.'.T.O. .Robert- sou Co., Jackson Cope, Alexandra People's Drug Store. Co., H.W. Hamilton. J.'ilitehell, U.McCrea. Bros. DrUB t Book Co. Fernie, B. Be.il. Medicine Nortlmm Cranbrdok, B. Atchinsou. L. Heinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B.'C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Jamieson News -Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alson on all C. P. R. Tnlns Irresponsible Journalism T IS WEttL to Know who it is who T IB sending information to the A press in Great Britain detrimen- tal to this country. The more so as what is reported is far from true. In making toil remirk we refer to an art- icle in. John Bull, entitled, "Canadian Emigrants, Beware." Here it is stat- ed "the coming winter will be the ,v.ry blackest time in the history of ithe Dominion." The harvest, we are told, was' a failure, Although it pro lUised veil, and-there will he more straw than grain. To quote the art- heads the grain did not fill, the destructive rust showed up in the crop all over the country; then came frost, which blighted thousands and thousands of acres, and now we have a despatch telling of a devastat- ing .cyclone with heavy .hall that swept away buildings, razed crops, and play- ed blue havoc all over the West." Here is exaggeration and untruths a vengeance, and for no purpose, except to keep up a reputation for sen- sationalism, which this journal pre- eminently caters for. It is doing Ca- nada a decided injustice, and it-is time the Dominion authorities.took steps to -put. an end to such calumiuations. Fortunately John Bull is a journal, is not token too seriously, but all the same these wild statements do not do much good. Some time back this very journal went so far as to de- tame the character of Canadian wo- men, It appears to have some secrel grudge against .this country. H speaks of it'as, "the idea which experience Has shown to be false. it states, "will not bo able cp meet their obligations to- wards the .traders who have to de- pend upon their.crops for payments.' Vet ,we know for a fact that .even the low grade 'Wheat with the pres- ent extreme, expense pC harvesting, owing to .the phenomenal bad weath er, but nothing, in the. way John Bull described, the price of 55 cents per bushel, with the average freight rate oC 13 cents as worked out, has ieft the farmer an .actual margin of 17 .1-2 per .cent... This, though not. so large a profit tbe farmer would wish for, .is .a. profit which leaves a ffiir amount or .money to his credit when all, thp. expenses of the year have beep, paid. Let the 'editor- o: Jouir djgesj: this fact, and for the credit, of .the veracity of his jour- nal, let him see .that statements made are fully authenticated. We would nvite Jiim ,tp Letbbridge. and possibly whec his .eyes, have been feasted with the ,signs, of progress, here, he will change his.sombre goggles for a pa.tr of spectacles when contemplating tfiis Dominion., We commend to bis notice also fact .hat the wheat crop of Canada this .'ear ran to over two hundred millions of bushels. came. In how many houses uro there flllerg or In how ninny, is tlio water boiled? We should vonturo to say that the percentage in Dnmll., There Is a careleHsneHit, and a placing of too much faith in tho purity of water and looked after by our public authorities. There Is not sufficient individual re- sponsibility. It may possibly lie the fault of the system of too paternal gov- ernments. We rely too much on hav- ing tilings dono for us. With regard to Ibis, it would bo well to note'that .while tho death rate from diseases which may be prevented by the sanl. tarinn, has declined considerably in recent years, that from non-contag- ious diseases is increasing. These are diseases caused by overwork, hard-living and indifference to diet. merely make mention of this fact to emphasise our remarks as to Indi- vidual responsibility. In those lion-: or chronic, dlsimmsn, tuero is no sanitary legislation. The Indi- vidual IB thrown back on himself, and. having nil things, so to spent, ordered for him, ho' liitt got Into the condition ot not .exorcising :loo much ponioiml thought lii tho nutter, ot health. Let each In mind that in-looking after his.'own ho safeguarding. Uinti'bt the general pub- He. Mcdlciil. authorities have stated that acute diseases aro accidents. They overtake Die individual when- over a germ happens .to strike him In a This condition can in a great-'degree be prevented by inking personal precautions and giv- ing the subj-ect of health more neraou- ni consideration than some people do. Let the lessons of the present epi- demic bo taken seriously to heart, and more care be exercised in the use of such everyday 'necessities as milk and water. OUR POINT OF Boost Lethbridge! Don't think about the weather. It's tho same everywhere, only a trifle worse at other points. Look cheerful, the mines, will soon start again. The miners will vote yea -today, and the reign of discomfort will-be over. Mayor Adams is coy. If Miss Leth- bridge wants him, she can have him. If not, she can have something Goode. Lethbridge business men who have felt pinch ot strike times never heard 'better news-, than that which was'wired from Frank on Saturday night. Trunk sewers, street paving and a street railway are but a part of the civic programme for 191S. Keep your eye on Lethbridge. A sufficient number of building plans are uow in process of prepara- tion for. 1912 to far outstrip the past two yeans.. And many more are to come. 'Get into line for the forward march for the making of bettor homes, better schools, better churches in the open country. "In the farming districts wo greater social opportunities for those who live on the soil, Aa bftBtp, of course, we need better production, bet ter roads, better ways of marketing, better methods of co-operation among farmers, and then on this foundation of improved material condition, we must .strive to .build higher, structure ot a full .nd'splmuil life for the men and women vfhb live on the farms. In this matter the cities can help and Bought to help, and Spokane shown its ability to take the lead in helping. But it is, of course, the "far- mers themselves who in the end must give us the lead, and the rest of us must turn and bick them up and their idearf successful. H is Inipoitint to work- able ideas for consideration before 3 our congress The men ind women present such ideas in practical fashion will enormously assist in this 'I most heartily wish yon well In your 'Undertaking, for the advance- ment of our common national .good. It is a mUhtj task and jou deserve the gratitude of the country." SOUTH. MIDDLESEX LIBERALS Alisa Craig Nov. Grieve, farmer-and manufacturer, was today nominated by the Liberals of South Middlesex, Cor .the lesialature. Dun- can RpsV M P the principal speaker and he paid a high "tribute to Hon A Cf MacKay and Ken ton Row- ell JAPANESE BOAT APPEARS OFF AMOY Amoy, China, Nov. Japanese cruiser arrived this morning WarsJiips of the Japanese have been within two hours' call bur have not before approached the har- bor, because of! .the bj the Chinese towards any action which appeared like Japanese' interference General Soon Tiow L-tonf who liiici been held as hostage in the paltce ofl the' Tartar general, appeared on tho scene today nnd notified all officials In Southern Tekin province to remain ar their posts and preserve public order. Women and children of missionary families have been summoned tc Amoy, but the men continue, their duties at the mission stations. A re- port, from Chang Chow fr'u. says.tlmr city, was tnksn by tl'.o revolutionists last night. Seventy, per UIQ ffed i DIDN'T LOOK GOOD TO. THE DOCTOR' Kincarth, Ont., Nov. Crowe, tile Liberal candidate in Centre Brucev ihas announced his retirement from-tha field. SUMMER ALL WINTER the hojisc warm and you will save the expense of a trip In winter; you will .keep all 'your family togotlior and in goci health. To do this yon need the Hot Water Healing System, and for economy, efficiency and regularity you will want Hot WaierBoilers It lllowi you to .have flowers In the house and comfort. round. lie firebox anaorus all thu heat. Inlo the water, and there to .no chance of ft dull fire through an cllnktri. Owing to special construction tho heat is all 'kept in cuts' your coal considerably.. The non-leaking joint and nt.her arguments we'.wlll gladly telj you nhout If you write us for further information and booklet. i Wt In itock a complete line of plumbing mittrliL METALS, LIMITED CALOANY. EDMONTON. LETHBNIOQC. ;