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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 4 THE LKTUBRIDGE DAILY .HRRALfl Monday, Xovembct1 17, :I913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'ESTASUSHED DECEMBER iw PubllihJd by (he Lethbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd, every ful evening at Its cffics, Sixth Strict, Lethbrldjt, Alcsrta, Canais. fHONE; RfpcrtorUi And N-..I 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Director T. W. QUAVLE Managing EdtUf JOHN TORRANCH PHONE; And "Jcb 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION IlATEt 1 reir dellrered UM 6 months, delivered 52.00 S months, dellvtisd S'.OO I month, delivered 35c. I yen, OF naP. months, bv mail 3 months, by mail 1 Eonth. by mall 25e. cbicred aj ortea as bat txilh new aai addreiaw be'ftveiL THE DAILY HEUA Cross Drcj Book Store; J. G. Rob- ertson 4: Jacksoa Co.; Alexandra Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny Hotel Clear sum; Ercpreis But- fet Lunch. Diamond D'Are. Medicine Hat Asslnlboll HoteL D. Ferguson. phr Co.; Craobrook Book Company. Newa Company. Ptncher Mllcbeil Drug'Co........ FOR SALE AT Biot. Vancouver Wide Worll. News Co.; Xewi Shop, Gran well Street........ XOTS Ca -fOS River-Side Aveauo. Craisy Lake HotA Kenp .i .Co- he a Xevrs Aseacy. Bool: and Xews Store, 109A Sth West; World Co. Pincher Stntion-----Eawaii Read. St Kens Co. KcoV dea. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD PcbllahnS eTfrr fn paces. conUltt a tumcurj- of tbe neira or WMk, local ana district 1 year In advance 11.00 months la-adraaca 50c MAKING A SUCCESS OF COMMISSION GOVERNMENT. CONSKKVAT1YB 1'AFKK'S REBUKE...... T11K MEIHCJNK HAT T1MKS reiaV-Hoiij Df. Ucicljc.'Mliiistcr of the Interior, u U-ctnrc the other vlu'ch' IhVdepartment'of '_.." the interior is overrun. The said Hoclie's absence is being conducted' by a de'piily'iiiinistei-. who is a confirmed, and not over.scnipujons Libcrarund who is understood lo have been; foisled-upo'ulhe. Con-. servative party by Clifford cp'ndilibns arc a menace-In the welfare of the 'Cpnscfv'alivp. parly and..... consequently to the welfare of the people of Citnada. Ur. Uoche should leave Premier Hohlin to tight his own battles, which he is quite capable of doing, and should hasten to apply a firm.hand at Ottawa iiiid Ihc oulpbsls tnroughoiil.the west. We do not believe in cab-.- inet ministers busying themselves with provincial elec-. lions anyway. They should attend to their own work pf administering their departments. NVonder if the Tnnes will .give R. B. Bennclt simitar .advice, if he is taken into the cabinel and attempts to meddle in provincial elections. Probably fonder of Mr. Bennett Hum Ur. Hoche. and will nol be so exacling. OUR POINT OF VIEW The mistake Ihe Brilisli government made was in nol arrest- ing Sir Edward Carson as well as Larkin. One was as much" n seditionist as other. .rJ7 HE SUCCESS or failure of the movement toward straight commission form of government in Canadian cities depends more than yon'know on its success in Lcthbridge next year." Such'a statement from a man'of high standing like Prof. H. Alexander of the University of Atherla, is significant. It hears but what the Herald has said lime ahd'again already during this the voters cannot be too serious in their consid- eration of Ihc candidates in this campaign. Commission govern- ment will be a success in Lcthbridge only if.the'voters take the matter seriously. II" will be a dismal they Irea! i! as a joke. Just because the Field is growing at a prolific, rale is no reason to put the campaign in the joke column. All the more reason, that, campaign should be elevated lo u liigh plane in the mind of every- If government is bul Hie j mirror of the" people'wielding" the it is, commission] According'to the Edmonton Journal, Uritish connection', tier .Wonder if there-is to be a bye-election :in Halifax. Those promises ofjng public works by Hon. Uoberl' Rogers nughl lo mean somelhinglike that. Thai new-packing pjunt look's good. Let us ail help to bring il into acluul--existence as rapidly as possible. Jl will do more .any tiling else to loosen up money. -FACT HUNGER- As children, our first de- mand for nourishment; our second for All through life we go about searching for information. We make a new acquaintance; but before we will accept him as a friend or invite him lo our home we ask for facts about him. We visit a foreign land; and from the moment we Step across its border we are asking searching for fads. We are asked to try a new food product; isn't it instinctive with us to ask at once: "Who makes this hew i "How is it made? what goes into it "Is it worth the price charged for it are simply hungry for_them. Strange, isn't it, that we.should so often have lo search for them Odd, that some manufacturers still withhold the facts about their product. Not always because they are facts to be ashamed there are many worthy articles yet unadvertised. But it will not be so much longer. The fact-hunger of the human race is becoming keener arid keener. The more facts we get, the keener pur relish for more of them. will be impossible to sell a man or a woman anything until everything has'been told'about the goods that can be told through The public tuu diacorered' that AdreitUing much-needed that, in fact, AdvertUing fact-hunger. j a Ulk over jouc i Adrutiinf DcpulMat KWlfMfer. If m. dbiac provincial or hniiaoM it >rojd fof'rm lo hate rpno'iH aad ofl A lot of liwi V2I be ImifthW. HJAuut coot or oblipboa, by of CioioH-ii Prc FU. 50J, government is "altogether dependent for i Is success on Hie jicople am! on no one else. ponds on Caiiada handing Great Britain lo spend on warships. Very few rciilizcd Uiat'our imperial'relations hung by so slender a thread. Saskatchewan is to liave a referendum on direct legislation: Alberta has such a law on the slalule hooks hut it has never been tried. It is lijtely that the. first tcsl will he on the question of pro- hibition. What is commission form It is the i nearest approach lo trulv democratic-government of any modern system vet evolved. Its sole object ,is-to provide- a structure through which, the people may rule 'east loss of their power in reaching the men they place in charge. Keep the election out of the joke column. I.elhhridgc has an opportunity of bringing.itself much complimentary advertising James Larkin crossed from Ireland to Rngluml umi iiiiiloiibt- if the right sort of men are elected.. But it.will he heralded abroad jcdly the-'Dubliii employers hoped that he would become so sea-, jis a warning lo other progressive communities if petty jealousies.! sick or. the voyage over the channel that he would determine arc allowed to.cnler into the campaign, for simply mean never lo visit Ireland again, that the best men will not he elected and Lethhridge will not be able to register success as an exponent of straight democratic commission government. H That international "commission silling in London lo dcvisd i means fur -safely al sea bad better include Camilla's great lukes in the program. There is a reeling thai some more stringent regulations are needed as to the style of boat built for.heavy i freight trade. UPHOLDS POSITION OF LIBERALS. ON. W. -S. FIELDING, ex-finance minister of Canada, .who is i in England al present, writes the London Horning Posl on i Tllcre is fircal nish al Ibe.Kdmonlon land office for home- Ac letters of Richard Jebb, Admiral Sir Fremantlc, and due'to.tlie settlement of Ihe. A. G. qucslion. The Admiral 'W. II. .Henderson, who urged the Admiralty lo drop j sctllcrs [M to iil10 lhc coullll'y served by the railway ihe; policy of colonial contributions, and 'says: by the thousand, which is good proof that the railway is nol'lo "Panadian-Libjirnb will rejoice to find their views practically i "1L'rC somc ;illcSc- .endorsed by such high authorities. It-was nntiirnl Inn! at first Hit i Englishman should hurrah for those- who offered a gift of seven million pounds, and io assume that Canadians who questioned f hc i fever struck ed Deer, but the town lht; sllrveJ' the policy were lacking in patriotism fmid loyally, bul Ughl is al %vlul lhal Ihc chances of striking cither gas or davvninB oil in the immediate vicinity of Lender Michcncrs town were very jrcmotc.. If the lawn profits bv the good advice any good money Itccbflt disinission shows thd principle pf local control for wil, Mo morc usc.rul Canadian Liberals contend is supported by Auslraha, and! _ __ now New Xealnnd is l.king the .same position. Canadian Lib- j wav irjlnltc ntw Mncllillfc erals smccrely bebeve the contribution policy does not advance j Ac, cojjlcs Saskalchcwan. Mr. Hrndshaw, M.P.I'., the cause impenai.s.n, but rallicr checks sane IIM filcil lllolion The Admiralty and the Canadian government can yet re-consider their action and return to the policy of the resolutions unanimous- j ly adopted in Referring lo a remark of Admiral Prcmantle's ahoul the iieti- truli'y pf Canada in the lime of Mr. Fielding says: "Hicre has been much misconception, to use no stronger word, as to Sir Wilfrid Lauricr's position on thai point. Sir Wil- frid knows llial no the Empire can be neutral when Great lirilam is al war. ISut England has. under the constitution, no power lo decide; what Canada shall da. Only the Canadian gov- ernment can decide when, in wlml manner, and a I what cost Canada shall aid Hie Mother Country in such a crisis. "The aid given by Canada to South Africa was all Hie more valuable because il was entirely voluntary. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Canadian Liberals only ask thai the rights which Canada en- joys will remain unimpaired, but no one who knows of Canada's part in lhc African war, no one. who knows the loyal .si'iili- inents of the Canadian people, can doubt that if al any lime ('.real Britain should become involved in a war with any of the. great powers, Canada would spring lo her aid and be ready lo make nny sacrifice of blood or treasure necessary for the maintenance if tin: honor or intcrcsls of ilic Hmpire." urging marine Act passed in Alberta .should he adoplcd and made law in'lhc Ulster province. Tl will be up lo Ii. B. Bennett and his friends to I oppose Mr. Bradshaw. hen hc next seeks election. Calgary has been spending millions on school buildings, each one said lo be a little (iner Hum Ihc preceding one! All were built within the pnsl seven years, and now lhc Culgnry Herald is rude enough, lo say that so far :is sanihry conveniences nre'con thty.Hrc in Ihe last-century.class. Question: Why-did they cost so' much money? A WARNING Taking advantage of lhc repulalion "Campbell's Clothfng41' has Inslancej aro occurrJns of merchants oxMbillhg :l'nelr samples lo solicit business: JAS, S. ROSE Is the Sole Agent In and no c-tfier firm' can supply you with.their goods. Draw your own deductforil.1 (hat the label "Campbell'] Clothing" Is In the Inside, breast pockeL' Our Guarantee anc! the Makers' li Behind Every Suit Sell N-0; NAME 5131 Crow's Nest Express Ill Crow's S'esl Impress 12 Soo-Srolian'c river Flyer LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS FROM DUE TO AIUHVB ..Kootcoay Landing Local Local Ixical Local Local .....Medicine Hat Spokane' ...i ....St. Paul 4.35 0.15 Cranbrook 15.20 Medicine i... .19.13 .10.25 .13.05 NAME 513" CroVs N'eti Express.. 1-1 Crern-'s KastKxpress 12 Soo-'Spoli-ano Flyer II Soo-Spofcanc' Flyer ,12 III CardsUm .Calgary" (Alderaydc branch) DEPARTURES FOR DDK TO DEPART Medicine Hat t. Kootcnay Landing 4.45 St. Paul C.I5 Kpokano ;...v... 6.25 '....Medicine .15.30 Cranbroofc ____ ]5.5n Coults 3.30 Cnrdston ..17.45 M7 Local .----......................C'algnry (via Alderaydo) PRESIDENT lat- St.and beat photograph of the Pre- Idttit of France. FARMERS AND THE FOOD TAXES (Toronto Globe) Rut. what of the Canadian consum- er? How does he fare? Obviously if the tariff on foodstuffs entering Can- than .wheat and .o remain at a tfme when the opening of an additional market Increases the export drain, the prices of foodstuffs here must go up above the level that we have begun to think an intolerably lilgh ont. The farmer will lie hurt by this as well as tho man In tho town, for the fanner nowadays buys much-of his food .in prepared form. He does nol tahe his wheat lo tho mill and pay Ihc mUler for grinding It He sells wheat and' buys He sells cattle and buys meaL He sells hfs surplus of northern fruit and e Uoplcal fruit. In many other ways he exchanges the foodsluffa he. grows for finished food prices of which may be and ly are controlled by combinations that hold them up to the level pormllted by the tariff. EASTERN EXCURSIONS, December 1 at to 31 at LET PELLETIER EXPLAJN (Otlawa free Press) 1'remtcr KoMIn blames the Grlls for "sluffing" lit. Hon. Mr. Samuels about Manitoba, but wasn't It Philip- pe i'eilcller, former Nationalist, now (food Tory, who accompanied Sir. 3am uetj Uirongh.tho weal. ECONOMICAL HARRY (Ottawa Vrco Tress) liarry Lauder has nlgned a contrec for )C625 weekly, and Harry will says about of this. iReturn Limit 3 Stopoven East of Forl YYIIjlam Throirgh Trains StancfarJ Sleepen Tourllt Sleepsra Dining Cart VIA THE Canadian Pacific Railway First-class round trip fares, from Leth- bridge to TORONTO, HAMILTON. SARNIA, WINDSOR........... MONTREAL, OTTAWA. BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON J67.90 ST. JOHN, MONCTON HALIFAX MS.35 Corresponding farea from other points and to all stations in ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES... Per huoXlet of inforinnllon and full nprly to any apcnt of llm Canadian Pacific Hallway. Very low furos Xov. 7 In in connection with 'Trans-Atlantic pass- ages, llcluni liniil 5 niontlt's; United States Excursion! December 1 to 31 Kclurn limit TJirco months First class round'trip from. Leth- bridge to MINNEAPOLIS and ST, PAUL H5.40 DULUYH MI.W KANSAS CITY Corresponding fares to oilier points In ILLINOIS, ,IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA AND WISCONSIN S, B. MITCHELL Depot Ticket Office Phone 512. Reprexntlng all steamship Llnet ;