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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 4 THE UmiBKIDOR D AILY'KER ALD Thiii'Mlay, November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER UW Published b'y the Lclf.fcrldgr Hcrild Printing Co., Ltd, every lul evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridge. Alterta, Canada, PHCNE; 1224 BUCHANAN T. W. QUAVLC U.naatf.. Editor JOHN TORRANCS PHONE: AdvtrtUlrg Circulation And De p artrr.e 1252 by the Hovcnuiunit in the past session, bwt events rapidly ami now we tind that Grout iirilnm feels so secure fVoni the Ger- man iiK'iitire thai u good'y portion of the homo ilcct has been sent lu the with the aiiiiiiunceinent that Britain intends to he the dominating low in thui great inland sen. Jnsl pretext Mv. Bimleu would of the contribution jioliey on, othvr.lliau personal pimk' m.ul party I exigency, is ilitlidilt to imhjline. The the "con-': I fleet" and other pleas have nil Iwen destroyed by suli- i sequent evenly anil there is left exposed to fill! public view a i cabinet dependent for a majority on incrTwho are insistent on. single and final grant for imperial defence. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATM 1 jeir delltered HOC 1 year, b? iniii S 6 conthf, delivered 52.00 6 mouths, by tiiall St S Koaths, dellve.-ed JvOO S MoatbB. by mill 1 month, delivered ____ 35c. J month, by mall chicjtd as both rcssu m-.iit fee firea. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus Booi Store; J. 0. Rob- ertson A Co.; Jacksoa Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Fe> pl5's Drug Store; Kenny t Allia; Letbbrldgo Hotel Cigar Stand; Kmrress But- let L'jnch. Dlam-nd D'Are. Medicine Hat D. Ferguson. Mur- pby Co.; Cmnbrocls DooSt Comi-any. Company. Plncher McCret: Mitchell Drag Co........ Bret. Vancouver Wide. Worli Co.; iVews Shop, tti Sireet........ NOWR Co. 1U5 Utver Sifio Avenue. Liki Holrt- >Co- hen Xev.-s Agency. Book and News Store, 109A Slh Ave. West; Yt'orld N'ews Co. Plnchcr Station tdwari Read. St News Co. EnoV den. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD PobUaaea enr? TTtdnMHy la eljht .of m5re ranvacd tkft of tee and district 1 rear In advance.....11.00 6 monlns in advance 50o VALUE OF FAHM LANDS. pUlTICS ini-lined lo the belief thai the price of v Southern Alberta are too high must surely have but Htllc conception of prices paid in oilier parts of Ihe continent. While there have been exceptional oases when as high as. fifty ddjlars on acre were paid for laml for farming it is doubtful if the- average for the southern part of the province would exceed THE REFORMING OF DRUNKS. THE NEWFOUNDLAND ELECTIONS (Chtlsllau Ci XowfoucOland has a iiopulatioa ol PKCUUAK 1'KUTH PAUTY POLITICS about h-Jt lls politics arc said to be several degrees hotter I even OuUrio or Mautto'oa and an' la the Isbcd is an i agitating for a jail farm for ordinary police court y particularly drunks, who (ill the cells and over- crowd the accommodation in all the places where such cases arc jail farm idea has f.ijme to stay. Its practicability.has been amply proven and the city of the future lias simply to have seme such facility for handling ordinary _. cases. IJvery argument is'inils favor. In Lelbbridge drunks are sent to the police.barracks for terms of fifteen-days or a hionlb, and as a rule'there are three prisoners lo every cell, which is not only a" gross imposition on the Mounted Police, but a most un- wholesome thing for the prisoners both from the sanitary, and moral side of Ihe case.- Just fancy men huddled like sheep in which have' no sanitary conveniences and which were never intended to be used for such'a purpose. If Ihe courts persist, in locking .the., driinks lip, Ihere should be some place where Ihe hooze could be'worked the system and these "habitual offenders made to earn their way. It is getting, lo bc.rnlhcr an imposiliofro'n'city arid province thai men wlio'havc.Jittlc back: bone and less will power should be constant charges upon the public. ;tf there was a jail farm they could have tlie and lots of cxcrcise.mixcd with suasion: v-LetH- .bridge" rhay not be in a posilio'n to deal with this problem until ..jhe financial conditions'arc-more Hyc issue and should bfkepi-before the public until 'something definite is .undertaken. At present the treatment of drunks from a moral .'standpoint is-nothing shortiof deplorable. This criticism is not intended as a reflection on-lhe conrl or pu the city, or mounted police. The system is at fault and the nrrungcuicnls for handling'such cases could hardly be more i crude. In sm interview since bis return-from .the Dry t'lmiiiiig Ooit- at Ttilsu, Oklahoma, Professor Hutlo'n, of the -Lucoinbe experimental farm stall', slated thai his great surprise at the con- gress v.-iis not (lie success of the Canadian exliibits, wlucli he fully expected, but rather'thai he was asto'uudcd al the remarkably high i-rices charged for farm lauds in Ihe western Poor, rough land not any too good for pasture-sells' al ?30, while good tillable land brings as high as an acre. These slates have not as many natural advantages for farm- ing as Alberta and yet Ihe price asked for land is lliree and four limes as great, hi view of this fact it can hardly be said that the figures asked .for ears. The campaign'was con-, dueled with cousiileraMo animation.: as the following extracts will ghoV, I This Is how cue paper becan the] :anipalgu: "Wo are firmly, unfllnch- ngly and iuvulnerahly oppose'd to j Co., because we believe! bom' to be the greatest pack ofj osues and swludlers oalsida the pen. tehttary." And this Is (he answer oMheir-oMXwenls: "Will von en- '.rust' your destinies to the perfidious wha has already established tor. himself the character of one or .he most unscrupulous scoundrels :ha{ ever entered tha Icglstalurel" in Common use: "Tory "a fraudulent sewer rat." "a "a and "the. boss of a Irrupt gang." Iu such a shower of. ignntiies it'Is ol-Bourse natural that the" rival editors should direct some .of them towards each other. Thus we find one termed "a dirty- faced another "a nervous a third "a fiendish and a fouth "a cheeky blatherskite." And -yet we presume that most of ibtfe politicians and editors are real- ly pretty decent people. At least most of tho iVewfoundlanders we kocnv are. But why call each other such names? Col. J. M. Ualdcrson, K. insists on cantlidato in Hie Domhiiou rlcolion iu ilit1 Couscrvu.ivu interests, nohvith- slamling the fuel tiuU Dr.vA. 1C. Ihmua lias been regularly chosen by the Conservative Convention as a stLKidunl bearer. In the jucuutiine tlie (ioverrimcnt Ims not opened up Ihc constituency for u bve-elcclion.- Col. Balderson is the innn-iii -uniform. troylcal tree gathercJ In remote res- ions liy Mexicans and Indians, Before it IB utilized for the production of chewing gum It must go tliraugli pro- cesees of wasblosi cleaning and-cook- ies until It Lteonies a new anil re- generated product, as cloaa and wholc- Eope as a pan. of dough a bake shop. But for this cleansing process It could not bo utilized for chewing gum be- cause ttip sensitive nerves 'of tasle would speedily discover Elauces. Tbc critics of the clicwinjr guni habit may havo .Eomclhing on. their to sar, but It does nut liu in the tllrectlon of the purity 'of tho product, for timt Is the prtdc of tho manufacturers, LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE HOW CHEWING GUM IS MADE (Prom r.esilo's) Chew! -A'-warninf was recently sent out by, the Food Department at Washington' against paying too much attention'' to 'some of tbe claims of food faddists. It is high time lhal the public should be advised thai they can- not believe nil they read oa the sub-. Ject of puro'fooa, cold-storage-, germs and bacilli.' N'othinj Tvo'ultJ be St lo e'at or 'drink if we believed all the idle talk'of the sensational writers who get EO' much a irord'fqr all that they sensationalize. Here coml-s an esteemed .rontcinn'prary with a warn- ing aga'inst-lhe uao'of chewing excepting one particular kind, pn the' ground that the chicle, which is tho foundation of chewing gum. is not .NAME Crow's Nesl Express Crow's Nest 13spress Soo-Spotane Flyer Soc-KpoltaKo Flytr Local Local Local Local ..i.........-----. NAJIB Crow's Nest Express. Crow's Xcst Express Soo-Spokano Flyer Soo-SpoXane Fiyer Local-............... Local lafal Local Local ...I........... Effective Oct. 2C, 1013. ARRIVALS FHOM' DUE TO ARIUYa ..........Kootcnay Landing '.............23.10 Medicine' HaV 4.35 ..........Spokaue 6.05 ..........St. Paul O.M ..........Cranbrook ..........Medicine Hat ,15.41 ..........CarJslon branch) ....13.03 DEPAniUUES FOR Medicine Hat ..........Kooteuay ..........St. Paul ..........Spokane ,.........Medicine Hat DUE TO DEPART .............23.50 4.45 .............C.13 0.25 .............10.30 :.............15.55 ....Coutls......'................ .Cardston................... .Calgary (rla AWersydo) ........15.00 3.30 .17.45 For !he: present-pur.values arc about right, and buy a farin.aiid Dually as iinporlant, give him a chance 16 make good after be Inis bought il. There'js not on the horizon so far as Hie future of Alberta is.con- cerned. ihih'jj is not lo hamper the making il loo exjiensive.for a farmer lo get a good start. r for OUR POINT OF VIEW. THE EMERGENCY NAVAL POLICY. !r'piEUE ARE HINTS in some quarters that Premier Borden al the coming session will re-introduce his measure-providing a coritribulion to Great Britain to- aid in huildir.'y Oread- i Jibiights. It is true thai there has been no development in public i. ppinion designed lo encourage the government in this policy, and Ijl is altogether probable that if the Preiiiicr persists in such n Ccoursc il will be due lo a have his own way fo engage in a conflict with the Liberal majority in the Senate j J i in Ihc hope of making that am] riot Hie navy the outslanct- issue before llio.people." Bordeu's injured, pride and the' supposed ''superiority of his party.'lo "formulale palriotic policy "j .'must also be no! overlooked, and it is therefore reasonable lo .suppose that in the absence of anything definite in the way of a J permanent policy Mr. Bonien will atlempl lo.piish through Ihe ;5 measure his'Quebec supporters will stand for. Conserva- wlio regard Mr. BorVlcn's c'onlribtilion as a mea- sure of' emcrgcnf relief to be followed1 more' definite, apparently :lhe facl'tliat every Nalion- a'ist newspaper and orator in Quebec persists in presenting the vole as paying Canada's'full debt 'io imperial de- fence. -Thsi was the case as presented by leading representatives (if the government in the Cb.ilcaUguay byc-eleclion, -while the Liberal policy was described as calling for the sacrifice of Frcncli- Canadian blood in England's foreign wars. Mr. liordcn cannot hold his Quebec supporters on'Sny other policy than, that of a straight, and us they believe, fmaliVote to-imperial defence, and j .without his Quebec support he could nof hope to command a iiinjority in (lie House. That is the predicament the: Conservative t j leader finds liinistlf in and is in strong contrast lo the position j'i of. the Liberal parly. When Sir Wilfrid .Laiirier and his j-j crs next face the House they will do so in a greatly slrcngthciicil .'position. Not only is it evident tbal public opinion is veering in i i .-llieir direction, but the only pretext from which the emergency i] policy German menace, has passed lo Ihe obliv- I ion fitting for war scares manufactured by the makers pf caniion j i ant! gunpowder in need of a more ready Moreover, Sir j j .Wilfrid wilf have the mbral of Hie govci-nmcnls of the l.i.. loufcr posts of ciilpire and will have the proud satisfaction of -1 pointing to Ihe adoption by Ausfralin ami New Zealand of policies identical with his; owii, The idea (ha( (he fleet sliotiW concentrated in Ide Xorll) Sea has also .Much was made of Ibis pica FofeifibsOs now on Ihe map for a surely. first and foremost. .May il always Calgary it for granted that it is lo gel an inlernal elevator'next year. "On whose authority, pray? A Minneapolis preacher slarllcd .his congregation on Sun- dayby preaching a sermon on his own bell nnd back." We always thought they couldn't back." The Toronto fined a. costs for being bis own plumber.' Belter to have paid tb'e pliiiinber in ilic first case. Even lie couldn't have charged .much. more. The social evil problem thrcalcns to creep into the campaign. If Ibis maller'is not being handled satisfactorily .now, let Ihe can- didates say so. If it is, alone. Let us sec if we can't get through ibis campaign "without washing any more dirty linen. Tlie recent storms the Great Lakes have caused the loss of hundrcds.of lives.and hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of properly. The stories of droulb :md storms in other parls of the world should !.nikc Southern Alberta people forget that one dry year which has established itself in history. clways clean. Chicle is.the sap. of u If some of our municipal candidates would spend a lilllc more lime putting something'constructive before UlC people, in- stead of always criticizing the work of Ihc other fellow, we might be able fo decide how lo cast our ballots. The candidate who can convince Ihc voters Ihnl he is Ihe man lo make Lelhbi'idge grow, make Ihe civic utilities pay mid reduce the tnx bills; is (lie who will get the voles of (he lliiiiking pranle. WARNING Taxing advaniage.of the reputation which Clolhlnj" Instances arc occurring of merchants exhibiting their signs and samplca lo solicit business: JAS, S. ROSE is the Solo Agent and t.n other firm caa wtlfi ,thelr goods. Draw your own cfedutllonW lahel Cfothlnj" Is In the. Inside Ircast potkcl. and the Maktrtf II Behind Every Suit We Sell THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT. met at least one ol those few good old T souls, are constantly getting the worst of it when shopping, who don.'t believe in advertising. A. and instructive experiences hive failed to teich him their plain lesson. When he first watch he wts beguiled into buying one without a knowri name or a trustworthy guarantee. That poor timekeeper cost him. by reason .of missed appointments and missed trains, frequent repairs. Yet he paid the price good watch. It is the lame.'story with regard to his underwear, his and his fountain pen. This good 'old soul's case 13 not unique. Many of us, H the truth be confessed, resemble him; we allow our- selves be sold merchandise with in unknown brand or trade mark instead of buying merchandise which is well known to us through the medium of advertising. In slang language, we get "slung" pretty often, In rnoat .oi! these cases we have ourselves 'to blame, lor "the road lo the right" thing lo buy hai been mado plain by There is no good reaso.i fov passing by the known thing, soundly guaranteed, to buy a dubious article, which, quality for quality, cannot be cheaper than the known, branded article. "It ft better to be sure than sorry." If an rfolnj loctltruiineii fiver yoar tfattt'itlal leini wiih Deparfmenl oi Ihii ntiriptptt, If yea arc doing proi-meTal or Mh'onal il vrould bt Vrell for you to have the countcl iitd tsiiitance of tftncj. A liit of these will be (u milled, with out coil or oblignion, Seerctury of Ctntdiio Ro9ta 503, Luroidcn BuilJlof, Toroiio, ;