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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VUK IIKUAU) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1M7 Published by. Kit Lett-bridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., ful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Alterta. Canrtx. PHCNI: Rtpcrtortil And 1224 w. BUCHANAN Managing T. QUAYLK Mjnajlnj Editor JOHN TORPANCB Circulitlsn And Jcb 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEI year I jcar, bv mail G months, delivered ....52.00 0 months] by mall.....J1.60 t months, delivered S rccnlhs, by mall......75c I month, delivered 3Sa 1 nail ......25c. cfcanied u oma as tut both new aad fltjrwsw must fct elvtc. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Druj Bros, t Book Store; J. C. Rob- ertson Co.; Jackson Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Keany t Allln; Lelhbridge Hotel Stand; Erapreis Bul- (ct Lunch. DiamTid D'Are. Medicine Hit 'AssiulbdU -Howl. D. FeryuBoa.' Beattie t Mur- phy Co.; Cracbrooi BooV .Company. Finch tr McCres-' Mitchell Drug Co........ Wide World Keti5 Co.; Shoj, Granwell Street........ Xerfl Co. Rirer Side Arenas. C.rjuy L-ik) Hotrf. .t .Co- hen Xerrs Book and Sto.-e, 1CJA Slh West; World Co. Pincher Edward Read. St. N'evs Co. Knol- News Co. THE.WEEKLY HERALD ednMj.r In of m5fi coaUln. t f the nera ot tifl wetlc. and dfstrlct advance H.oo' 6 months In adtance 50c Weduesilny, Xwvcinbei1 Nosv il appears from Mr. Taylor's experience that Dr. Roche dismiss tt Conservative appointeewithout ;ni investigation, but must have an inquiry Ix'forc :m ovrthoWing.IJb.pral Ciin be removed This Httilude is decidedly weak and most tliscouragint; to parly work- ers. II is'rank injustice from :t parly which has th'e Ira- f dilion behind it of giving men a fair deal. It looks to I us as if certain changes in Ihe cabinet cannot conic too j quickly. Now, belicvts the Times is wrong in Toy-. ilor was dismissed for his. participation in'the Albe'rtu eK'Ctions; That is.not a fault in the eyes of the povyers at tinil the fact thai government officials .who were, wi'lively pitrlizan in the j hist provincialclccliovis slill. hold their positions, is j understand thai .Mr. Taylor Avas removed for bthe'r'rckspns a.l- is'reported, lhat he ort'cnded a n'um-hfgh jin Hie Conservative ranks, by rceqmmcmUng.thiii-his'lciise be j thrown operi for sclUeincnt. I In fairness to Mr. Taylor he shouki have an iiivssligiitiou. 11 might bring out a very iiifcrosting and not too pleasing a story, j Apart from thai, however, oflicials, either Grit or Tory, shoxild have the opportunity, if they ask il, of answering charges pre- ferred against them. HEALTHY CONDITIONS IN SCHOOL. CALGARY just now is agitalcd over the report of the city's medical health oiliccr lhat the schools of the city are r.-ot iii condition. There is no wonder at" this concern for Ihe surroundings of the children at school is a matter of vital impprlance lo their health. There is no institution in She land should be so surrounded with thoroughly healthy condi- tions as the public school. In Canton, Ohio, a diphtheria epidemic is blamed von the sweeping of schools during school hours: The Canton situation is worthy of publicity, may have the effect of arousing in- terest in and attention lo' tliis problem of the safeguarding of the .liea1'1' of the. children while at school. :.V i'CpbH in the Canton News says: C Members of the Parent-Teachers'. association sav halls and corridors during school hours O inust stop at once. Several members of the board of education think sweeping in school hours is a bad thing, and ought to he slopped. A large, nuinbcr'-pf teachers have been protesting against sweeping during school hoiirs for years. janitors say they would never get their sweeping done if (hey. didn't clean the halls during school hours. The claim lhat it gels dark too early, and that the school rooms are not lighted so they can clean "al night. They also claim that a suclion sweeper' in each building is the only solution Jo the problem. "The best solution to the problem would be to in- suclion said Jones. "If that can't be done lights should be put in .each room so the janitor could do.part of his work after dark. impossible, especially m the winter time, to get all of the sweeping done before- dark and nfler school closes. Sweeping during school hours is a bad thing and it-Js dangerous. Anyone knows it is'injuripiis io the health have this dust stirred up into one's face 1 but it isn't the janitor's fault." OUR There doesn't seem to be much noise in the neigliborhood of Ollawa that sounds like Free Wheat. Kdnionlon is making n light for straight commission gov- ernment. Let us set them an example. There arc some good men in the running for-the .different commissionerships, but the best arc none too good for Leth- briiUje: Every candidate met on the street is sure of election, which makes Lelhbridge dead sure of a commission of some kind. Is il the bait attached to the. commissiqnerships thai-causes TIle ef snmc of Hie candidates to inake such biting remarks? Lartlu, the Dublin labor leader, tor raked such a storm .liat the DrllisU Eove.-nineat Forced .to release blm- against from the outset by forward Liberal journals. Thus the Nation, organ ot advancel Liberalism; in its issue of Nov-1 said: "A grave event in Ire- nand. Sfr. Larkin has been fouad Dousing seditious language and sentenced to seven months' iroprlsoa- njjnt. The trial secras to us to been surrounded by every objection'- ille feature. The promised inquiry nto the conduct of-JlAj police was refused on the gro-jnd of the embit- iered state of feelins; vrhilo the Lar- fcln trial has been relentlessly press- ed. The jury was a middle-class body and the attorney-general even refused enuest'of Mr. Wallace, a Dublin merchant, to 'be excused from the ground" that he was interested in the strike. The senten- cbs on wblcli Mr. Larkin was con- victed were" far less direct Inclte- rnenls- to lawlessness than sir Ed- ward Carson's Yet a suggestion" to workmen to pay no rent lill the tram- men were satisfied, 'and a dis- respectful but not' brutal or EeriouD, reference to equally treated-as seditious.- How can such The Financial Post argucs'aqainsl the taking over of utilities Etand by side with the inaction as against Sir Edward A trust magnate1 promises competition" in the manufacture of agricultural implements which the world never dreamed of; Now is he could promise unreslricled renewal of, notes ugricul- tural pursuits'would be a dream. SCENES OF WRECK. AT GODER1CH, ONT. R. B. Bennett has demanded the official .head of Eternal Enmity Taylor on the patronage platter. First thirifj he knows, Mr. Tavlor will be giving some of the Calgary campaign methods 0 J coal In Edmonton the stliool hoard for the use of school rooms.for hoklihg 5n LcitiVmcigc; Ihe board is more'generous, bul Hie campaigners should .see-to-H that Ihe doesn't niikc. work for The schools belong lo the people, but ijj one didn't look like, it judging by Hie nclions of i- after Uiey are.once cslahlished as pnvufc underlajkings.. surely, if it is Liberal poi- West has (lie right method.. Here we establish'them as muni- Icy .open organization cipal utilities, and when, they; a'rs rolling up big profits we have no further concern. The Posl stales though fhat every. Canadian cily has a "bright-future before, it.' That includes weslcrn cities. In the slnte of il is practically impossible lo buy land under 575 and'5100 an acre. The land in that slate is not any'belter than that of Alberta, bul the farmers have made it count in productiveness by raising products other than grain. It is doubtful if Ihe land.of an exclusively grain growing country which th'eplan Vis "carried could ever reach much higher than forty dollars an acre. of arme'd" "re'volt (and we rTb not gain- Eay is Uberal doctrine to ig- nore a few wildj.vords spoken to men threatened with IhV loss of the trada unionists' charter." The railroading ot Larkin Into jail ivas, plainly the .result of an under- standing between tho officialdom of Dublin and the capitalistic'Interests that ihe leader of the strikers was he removed. Tile case and rapid- The members of Columbia government are find- ing out that meddling in strikes in Ihe interests of the capitalists is not making Iheiri any loo popular the classes. The only trouble is that the pack contains a joker and when Ihe elec- tions roll around "the-field will be filled up with Socialists and other candidates who will take voles away from Ihe Liberals arid let Ihe offending ministers all romp in again. Bowser will laugh llast. THE DISMISSAL OF E. E. TAYLOR. 'THE MEDICINE HAT TIJIES is still criticising Or. Roche, Ihe A Minisler of the Inlerior, ils laiest opporlunify coming through Ihe announcement of the dismissal of E. R. Taylor, ranch Inspector. Let us read what the Tinies says: 'A Haw Deal. Mr. Taylor, Dominion inspector of ranches for the of Alberta, informs UK. (hat he .has received notice from trie interior deparlnient fhat his services will not .be'required after the end of (he present It vyill Ire remembered that after liie last provinciol ek'c- J- lion Ihis gentleman was accused of having taken ,-m' active par! in (he Conservative inlcrfsfs. The [Jberal newspapers demanded his disniisaal, arid now il has been brought although we unders'land Ihal it is due to a difference of opinion as (o (he handling of ranch lands between himself and R. B. Bennett, lo- -giilher with Senator Loughecd, ru'lhcr than to any po- .hticnl activities upon his part, However, we liavc no precise knowledge as lo Ihe reason for the dismissal. ,Wc merely know that il has been'accomplished. Upon hearing the report that his services were to be Mr Taylor wrolclo the dqwrlmcnl of the mlcnor asking Uuf Ihe minister should an .nvMbgahon. He Mated .hat he was'caKer lo hart ife -nd pnvote. aet Ihoroughly investignlcd. Ycl no investigation was forlheoming. It will be -e wiled Ifiat when Hon. Dr. Roche visited Medicine Hat a few. months ago and was confronkil with complninls thai active Liberal parlizons were holding office he n- plied (hal if evidence was stibmilfed to lhal elfccl i Jiiissals -notild ensue. He evidently.v.-islm! lo sliifi burden from, his own shoulders jo-those, of parly work- While it is true that (lie city's industrial sites would he a j heller proposition if connected with public utilities al the prcs- :ent lime, Hie Herald believes ihal Ihe council should not be in a rush to settle (he matter. The C. P. R. has announced lhal they have an industrial policy for this ciiy under consideration, and il will be a good one.' -Belter wail nnlil announced. In Ihe mean- time the Delany's limited proposition could he considered sep- aralely. Packing plants 'and plher faclorics generally desire to! be divorced lo some extent at least. through .gives rise lo thoughts as to how far the courts In the old country can be relied upon to.protect the In- dividual who is in revolt against 'the governing class.' Members of the Asquith' are 'reported to much at tho action of their Dublin officials; but it would be interesting to tor.ow' whether this In- dignation preceded the popular out- burst which endangered the govern- ment's chances In tlie PARTED THE STORM Commcnling on the election protest result Ihe I Montreal Herald, a paper friendly lo the Bordcn made Ihe following pertinent observation: "But what most men will osk is why if took almost exactly lliirfccn months to the case lo Irial. Morrison, elected by corrupt methods, vvns able to pass one session al Ottawa as representative of a constituency which was debauched lo get him there, lie was able lo draw a sessional indemnify of and (o enjoy (he same privileges qs men who had been properly elected. A protest was entered against his clcclioii and the roof of Ihe Green Chamber rang.wilh the very charges which, when finally lodged before a competent'tribunal, were sufficient to put him, temporarily at leasl, out of public life." WARNING .Taking advantage.of the reputation which "Campbell's Clothing" linn anhfjved, Instanrc-i are occurrlr-g of rncrchaals cxliibitlng ttielr. .ilgns and sarnplca to BoHcIt business: ROSE IB the Sole Agent In Lethbridge for and -r.o clhor (irm' cari supply yo-j with tlielr goods. D.-aw your own that Hie 'label Jn tBc InsMe breast pocket. Our and Makers' It Behind Sell cnrapaifn. At rate, it Is '.veil that it.has been sliowo that such glaring discrimination as .has been shouu la the treatment of. Carson, and of Lar' kin Tvilj- not ba tolerated by British public opinion. r. Polleller vrhlle in New- York inspected llie ope rat lop ot the parcel post system.' The government contemplate taking action in regard to an article in a Hpslon' paper dlscreditiag Uio new northern routl to IludEOs-liay. DONT DISCARD OOWN (Orillla Packet) The Packet regrets ECO His Honor Judge Vance discarding tha' time-honored judicial gown. There is a possibility "of becoming 'too dcm- Gownless Judges.might bet- ter, perhaps, be left ,to the land ot shirt-sleeve diplomacy. Judge Go'.r- nn wore a gown'.even when he held court under Ike trees.In an.'orchard, and the Jurors munched apples ivhile Uiey gravely deliberated.- LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, 1913. NO.' TvA.MH 513 Nest Express 514 Crow's Nest Express 12 Soo-Sp.ofeano Flyer 11 Soo-Spokane Fiyer 512: Local Local Local 'Local NJ.ME Crow's Neet Bxpress.. Crcfw's Nest Soo-Spokano Flyer Flyer Local Local....... FROM DUE TO Kootenay Landing Medicine lint Spohauo St. Paul Cranbrook i Medicine Hat Coutls .Cardston (Aldersydo branch) DEPARTURES fon DUB TO Medicine Hot ..Koolenay Landing SI. Paul Spokane .Medicine Hat ....Cranbrool; Contts .Cardston .s, Cnlgary C'ta Aldersvdo) 'ARRIVE ...2340 4.35 .1 5 :o ....15.43 13.15 10. 2n ,...13.K DEPART 23.50 4.43 0.15 G.25 15.30 15.55 9. So 17.45 18.00 EASTERN EXCURSIONS December. Ist st VIA THE Return Limit. 3 Months.'- Stopovers East'of Fort William Through Trains Standard Sleepers Tourist Dflnfng CarV Canadian Pacific Railway, Firfit-class round trip fares Leth- bridge to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SAHNIA, WINDSOR J62.90 MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON ST. JOHN, MONCTON i'. S8J.20 HALIFAX 536.3S CorrcEponding fares-Irom other points v and to all stations in ONTARIO, QUEBEC 'MARITIME PROVINCES For booVIet ot frirorninllon and full particulars 'apply to any agent of UiC Canadian Railway, Very low furcs ,ATov. 7 to Dec, 31 in connection with Trans-Atlnnlic pasS- apres. Hcfuvn limit 5 James Glen, iceond mate of the Wex- ford, whoso body was washed ashoro r.jir St. Joseph's, snd tie was (o rejoined In Scotland net '1'he photogxraphs'were. found on tdo.bodx. United States Excursions Declemhfjr 1 (o 31 HeLurn HmTt Three month a class rcund trip trcm bridge io MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL DULUTH CHICAGO W KANSAS CITY Corrcswndina faics to other pointy In ILLINOIS, ,IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA AND VVISCONSIN S. B. MITCHELL U-pnt Tlr.krt Cllllr.f. Representing all Stearnthlp Line< ;