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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pasre 4 THE LETHBRinflE DAILY'-HERALD Saturday, November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IN? Pt-bllshcd by the Herald Printing Co., LW, every ful evsnlnc, at us tffice, Sixth Street, LelhbriJse, Aleerti, Canada. And Ncvtl L'tM-tnur.t 1224 T. W. QUAYLE r.'i-S3lr.g Edller JOHN TORRAXC3 Circulation And Jcb Dspirtmentl 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear dellrered 1 jerr, by mail 6 months, delivered 6 mpa'.lis, iy mill rnwuhJ, delivered ji.OO 3 noalbj. by Kail 1 noath, delivered 35s. 1 month, by Gill cfcacsed as often as b-at both new t tf THE DAILY HEKALO FOR SALE 'AT lied Cross D.TJ Wcstlaie Bros. Vancouver Wcrll News Co.; KSTVS Shop, Graniell Sireet. Spokane Co. SI'S Hirer Aienus. Grassy Grassy Llks Hold. Minneapolis Kemp -Co- hta Nevrs Ascccy, Book and Neivs Store. 109A. Sth Ave. West; World Xewa Co. Pincher Stn'.ion Eaia-'d Read. WorlS News Co. Carrr.angay Clarcnco KnoV den. World SoJrs Co. Ltihbrldg fi Hoot J. G. erUon Co.; Jacluon Co.; Alexandra Peo- ple's Dru- Store; Keicy Altla; Letboridse Hotel Clsir Stand; EEpresj Bul- fet D'Ara. Mtiiclns Hat AsslrJbob Ku'.el. D. Ferguson. Mur- pty Co.; Cranbrook DooS Company, News Company. McCres: MItctell Drug Co........ .clwrging n certain price for iloing so. :Tlic wtiller- vvurks (loparlmeiit, under coulrol of the city cuginmV pinst sup- lily the viiter to the. mul it nway from dislribCllion. glance at tht records will show tiiul of the cost of pmnp repairs "charged to 1 lie condition of the water i it is supplied to Ihe jjnimpins stnlion. hi the spring ami siininier when high liter iniikes the water like diluted mud, the pumps arc forcecfto lake it as they find it and force it through j their apparatus. The natural result is that tile pumps suffer, the saml and sill enormously on tlic vnlves. On one occasion summer the intake failed to work. The j wells went ilry mitl suddenly Ihe pumps were sucking air and inn'ul. The result was thai one pump was practically ruined and i hud to be entirely dismantled for repairs. These mistakes certainly cannot lie attributed to Mr. Reid's i j department for they were outside his jurisdiction. Given clean j (water much of: the cost of pump repairs would he doneMiway with. Aiiolhcr thins: It is generally known that the pumping ca- pacily is Hut the capacity of the force mams dins-up the liill'is only s-allons. In case of lire all pumps are thrown inlo the breach and an effort made, to pump million gallons Ihrough a Iliree. million gallon pipe. Hcsnll: undue stniin on Ihe pumps and :i conseiinent repair bill. Those iljs are directly altribnlahle to the city engineering de- partment, .or perhaps not so nnii-h to the city engineer as the wrong probably belter still, the system has been out- grown in some parts. But to lay them al the door of Sir. Held is manifestly unfair, and all we ask is Ihat his critics learn the. truth before spreading reports which are calculated to hurt his chances. l v i. t -_______________ ,THE WEEKLY' HERALD Kttry Wednesday lo eight of rcZfc P3CM. J summary o' the news cf tba district 1 year la advarice.....11.00 6 months IiNcdvacce 5C( OUR POINT OF VIEW AN OPPORTUNITY WORTH GRASPING. ORINGIXG the university lo Ihe people is jyhal is being ;tinderr JM taken by the University of Alberta in the extension course of lectures lo bo delivered here during the winter 'The'iiiu- vcrsity is to be commended this direction, and tendered every aid in its elforls lo'cover still incirc territon' in the j ir Higher education by the lecture. method .is, brouglit within the reach .of all in this way. 11 is" an bppqrfunity n'ol td'be'con- sidcrcd indifferently. People of Ihe ''material as it is oft- times called with more or" less prbrie to leave their education lo the. daily paper- Without in any way. discounting the splendid Influence of.. Hie news we admit a wide field it cannot cover. deficiency is made up by th'e uriiversitV when it sends its specialists out within reach. of the people. By carefully following such a coiirsc as.that'mappe'd oul for Lelhbridge citizens this gain'a l more aesthetic, less matcrinl. There is plenty of time to enter the race. 'Nomination Da> is still a couple of weeks off. First, second, third and fourth then a few more. Well, there is not a slringency in the municipal candidali market, niiyway. Tdrbntb's medical health officer is puttiug the ban on tin ioUer towel. Toronto always was slow. ;The success of commission j govern menl rests, with the mci we elect r.s commissioners. Bear that in mind. .The Herald commends the lecUurs lo ihe.jiepple. They are frrp. :md llmv are worlh while. l free, and they are worlh while. PUT IMPLEMENTS LWDER COVER. MIGHTY 6 for "this1 lihie'of -Every implement under cover for the winter. deprer riiiles in .value so speedily as farm machinery, and a covering of One candidate says in one plank of ils platform that be promises "not to spend any more money tbaa abso- lutely, necessary." If he Eaid the op- posite he'd he considered a candidate [or Ponoka. Can't you always pick out the men at a campaign meeting who just seem to'live for elections? Some of the questions they, propound .to tUc sur- prised candidates are so 'musty they sound as -if -they' had "been canned last The lair wage question !s hoaxy with age. has been advised to get out a- pictoral number .showing the campaign entries lo date- Nay, '.engraTirigs; corao high and Merry Xmas is right with us. It's settingto'bc tlie-puro quill in the eJfete East to number lacrosse J and rugby players to avoid confusion Sir Rrjdniond Roblin says'Hon. Mr. .Samncl is nol n gentle-j among spectators.. Let's number-Uii Of course of ihc spinning-wheel is past, but the wo men still coritinue.ip spin nevertheless. f ilamiHon niagislratc says the man who taps a till'is saint compared with the dairyman' who waters the. milk. Tha magislrate-hnsji level head. II AND HIS 1J1JETHK12X The Sunday School Teacher: "And why was Joseph's fattier, so angry with his Benjy: "'Cos theysotd'em Behvixt1 arid Between C and [dates may bo all trie rage bese days but for the IOTO of Mike, eave us a fe'w voters. It's oh! what a difference just a few hours make! only one of us knows, and that isn't me. Out vote for mo auy way." Then he sat .down. He was elected by Declamation. Mayor Hardle a translation PAVING THE WAY FOR ROGERS AS PREMIER (OUaiva L'orresr.orjdence of the Tor- onto Star) Hon. Mr. Foster Is'the senior roem- Ijer ot tbc government and h recos- nixed lu sqjr.o rcs'jjccts as' tlie ablest of (he ministers. Ever since the ttor- deu sovernuieut was lorrned there has been ceaseless effort on the part of certain Interests to put Hon. -Mi. FOE- tor to occ side. His admission lo the cabinet was opposed. lie was denied the finance portfolio. Ho was sent lo Australia when the cavai debate was on and win he out of Cnuaila most of tills session if Ills critics have theirway.. The majority group' how iavor Hon. Houert Rogers as tho next prime :Thofe behind [he movement feel the public Is not yet-quite ready to receive Hon. Mr.; Rogers, but brefer Hon. George E'. Foster. There- fore when at. the official dinner to provincial ijre'mifjrs "an indisposition ful article vould have" tho showed cow serious is the couOitlou i of the phrase, "gat your Angora." Wo might just explain that U's the Gco. Ade way of saying 'I'll get your goat.1 It sounds. so much moro polite. T WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? Wanted A Job; very bad. Apply, "Almost Persuaded." any time, Or been' urged on every hand to flltow my name to go before the electors as a candidate posi- tion of couimissEpner of public etectetl I do iny best tci servo Interests1 of the city.- (Slgu- cdl William :Who ajjob.llifi worst? EQUALLY APPROPRIATE r (itlncardloe ]lcyiew) _- Here's an articlfs on it Costs You so Much to Live." 'A raore'nelp- "Why do-you Live so that it Costs you so Jnincs J. Hill says thai if life were compdied to raise only on crop, alfalfa woulil be "if." Maybe llial is one reason why he is going lo come inlo Southern man. He can easily get inlo -thai class by applauding all say ol, Ssir Rodmbnd says or docs. three, four, etc., lhan One feature, of this municipal campaign is tlialjl has reveal- 'Rev. Dr. Bland of Winnipeg says politics is nb place for a Christian. Maybe he had his mind on the Macdoiiald byp.-elec- Uon when he niiide the declaration. spine sort greatly lessen that The rtoyal.Cqm-t d.Ulc pTnlform abilities of' E; H. Wilson, mission, while investigating the farm credit situation in.Sas, I dos6sl rriemis Central School address. found thai25.per cent: of Hie; he I oil land, stock, buildings and machinery, was for Ihc'hitler. There i is every reason to believe thai the same condition exists in this province. _' is current that one machinery collector alone is en-, gaged in a district nol far from Lclhbridge, -where the tiller of the soil on every quarter-section .within a radius of ten miles, is indebted to this one company for amounts of from up to S7000, or an aggregate of This condition docs not necessarily imply that these fanners will not he in a position to pny when their notes fall due, but it does point to the enormous expenditure for machinery. And Ihis'same machinery could be jr born S0] are painted black anyway, inade fo last two or three years longer if it received a little more j J He astonished liis member the names of (ha entries for (he great annual ".Municipal Stakes." 3 As some of the mayoralty Mara- thontra are so filled up'with dope on the recent debenture sale, a wag of the first ivater has suggested that we call if tho '.'Debenture Stake nace." It's a so. Maiden Blushes, Arkansas Blacks and ..Ihe Misses Delicious al the 6lh National Apple Show at Spokane next week. An English municipality has just elected a colored man as niavor. We imagine we hear' Mayor Hardie remark that all care. No, farmer would think of deliberately touching a match j to ii five dollar bill. But many a binder or plow, that with a little, Albcra' newspapers advocate a Hansard report for ingenuity could he placed under cover, will lose more than fivei ithe Provincial Legislature. A foolish idea. We are cursed with dollars, of its value by'standing outside unlil required for next season's work. Kconomy on tlie farm is one of the lanes which !cad to success, and the caring forMools and implements is one of the best modes of economizing. one Hansard in Canada already. It encourages men to talk loo much and nol -work enough.. As a result of her ability fo win a large number of prizes for cooking and sewing, a -Washington miss is-the recipient of a i large number of letters i lise. .t GIVE MR. RElDFAlU PL-AY. HE HERALD has staled on different occasions of late that it does nol intend fo take sides in (he-present election campaign, but will content itself in endeavoring to.educate the voters on the seriousness of the occasion so that they may pick from the good jinking feature, timber in the field the three best men for the positions. There arc plenty of good men running for every job; tho choice will he hard lo make, but il can be done if each voter will think only of tire best interests of Ibecily. say ngain thai we are not supporting any one. candidate or any slate of candidates, Mill it has rome'to our notice that' crlljcism lias been directed againsl Arthur Reid which we believe lo be unfair. It is againsl our policy lo mention this mailer, but Mr, Reid has been ill, and hnsbccn ordcrcdTrom lite field of cam- paign by his'physician. He cannol be here to defend himself, so we will endeavor lo sec thai he gels fair play on one or two of ihc criticisms. That is .is far as we intend lo go. We ask no one to vole for Mr. Reid in preference lo the ether for Ihc public utilities commisMonnrsbiu. We only ask that in bis ab- sence Ihose who have criticism lo offer of him, go In such sources of information as will give liicn.l the facts of the case. They cini judge for Ihcnisclvcs on fat-Is and nol on hearsay. jr.ts charged .againsl Mr. Reid that Ihc cost of repairing pumps in lire pumping station is away beyond the bounds of .reason. '''Admitting Ilial flic charges arc high, can il all be attri- buted fo the cleclrical dcparlrnenI? The elcclrical department pumps waler for the waterworks object, matrimony. It pays lo ndver- One of the features of Ihr. Apple Show at Spokane next week is to he. an exhibit in Ihc shape of a clock. Thai will be a very Some candidates are honest cn- j ough to say they aro out for the coin I'eachcs will have to take, to the background in favor of I attached to the lob. As for the oth- ers, we have our own opinions. :c- Georgo lioblnson, city clerk, IB a mighty poor forecaster, and honestly teases up. Csorge has bad thlsjiaw- fangled ballot on tho brain for some time and had it nil doped out how hz was going to count up the results the night of the glorious t-lghth when the winners wilt be romping home and the. .also-rans will be trying to explain where they fell down. George had it all figured out that five can- didales would be about the limit for any one Job and set the city carpenter to work inaiitng 'counting boxes di- vided off In proper order for handling hajlols having tip to five, names. Hut lleavensttilctsy. he was off a mile. He woke up one morning to find ;slx candidates out for the .mayoralty piu'fn He reached bis office a .couple mornings laler to flnd a'round half dozen after the public wqrjjs Job. It pretty nearly rausci! a conniption fit, The man wilh the "signature all Ms own" has gone out of the forccastins ess. lie has hiddciL Iho bo.vez aw.iy 'n the safety deposit ass-ay from tho Jeering multitude. They were real nice little boxes too, but he-has decided to wait, ami order a larger edition. The city carpenter Is now threatened with a man's sized ]ob. Ex-Mayor "Shorty" Adams took the '.vir.d.oyt of the of Fame rif his best friend? the other night at Cen- tral School when ho slood before a public audfenne and spoke- for minutes without ever once hoisting the. distress signal. It (fcktcd the crowd especially when he frankly ad- mitted It was Sis second offence.on that-crlmc. "Shorty" (3 remembered Ly the memorable he-made ori thai other occasion four yearn ago when rifnrilnst for mayor. It Isn't In the fylcs hut here Is his Rneccl) aa related yesterday hy one of hlfl own I came here tho Jxird and 1 hoth know what t was golpg to sajr. Now that I am here, JAS.S.ROSE For "CAMPBELL" "Clothes We have -just received a to- -peat deliverx of OVERCOATS in- this bclebraled mnke. ,of -which the -SOLE. AGENTS for Leihbrldge.' need name'''Campbell'1 Is synohyrnous' See ._Our .-Windows n'1 In apd Iry ono on and "prove what real Overcoat comfort means. Remember We are the Sole Agents fcr Lethbrtdge ot Premier Uorden's-lieallh there was considerable consternation, Premier lorden ImirEed-'away oa his second earch for health, H Is hoped that ho j may bo able to go through the coming session and that he may remain nt ns ropt-until-the general elections' been held. Should the. government Le again re- tum-d, the way will have been pre- pared for Hon. Robert !logers-to take] Lhe, premtershrip, ogain pushing Han- j. Mrl Koster to one side. An effort will be Mr. Rogers and to induce Foster to accept chnirmaiishlp of a tariff comralEsIon. His long.esrpericrice and adhesion to the principle- of protection would make him a moat acceptable chair: man" lo tlie interests which Eiipport the-present government AD VALOREM The term "ad valorem" !s one much used that.every boy nfctl giTl should know Us meaning. It is used j In Ihc customs for duties levied ac-! cording to the stated value of Imported. The duty on various (jual-j Hies of jihe samo goods may therefore differ. EASTERN EXCURSIONS December 1st to 31st ..LOCAL TRAIN Effective Oct. 26, N0. KI'.OM DUE 513 Crow's Nest Bspresj Kpotc-nay limiting 514 Crow's Ntst Kxpress Meditinc Hat 4.83 12 Soo-Spokane i'lycr Spokane C.05 '11 Soo-Spo'irane Vlyer SI. F'aul Local Crai-.brook 15.20 S1I Loial ...Medicine Hat .....Coiitls Calgary lAlOerfljde SO. FOft DUB Medicine Hat 114 Crow's Nest Kxpreis Koolcnay Landing 4.45 12 SCO-Spokane 1-lycr Si. I'aul 11 Soo-spoiiane, nyer' spokano fi.23 512 JxKal ..Medicine Hat Till Ixxat ,JS.5f, Mi Local .Coutts 9.30 1 .17.4? 317 CaTga'rr fvfa Aldc-rsy'Ue) Return Limit Stopovers .Eastryf .'Fort-'Willlam Throush Trafns itancfarO 'Sleepers tourist Sletpers Dining Cara Pacific Railway First-class round trip farts from Let'h- brlo'gc 19 TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON 'ST- JOHN, MONGTON S67.90 W6.35 points Corrcsronfling fares, frbifi oUier and lo nil sUttons tn ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME Vor liooklct ol information nnd full Idrtlnilarn lo ogcnl of an'ndian ruciflc Very low fares Nov. 7 to Doc. 31 in comiuuiion witli Trans-AUanlic pass- K'ctuni limit o moiillis. ages United States. Excursions' Decpmticr I to 3! Helarn limit TTircc First ilass round trip from Leth- _ bridge to MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL DULUTH................... CHICAOO................... KAMSAS CITY H Corresponding fares (o other polnU in ILLINOIS, ,IOWA, WIS30URI, NEBRASKA S. B. MITCHELL Depot Ticket Office Phone 512, I Lctr, Reprsttntlng all Steamship Lines AND ;