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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.KTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD LETH8RIDGE HERALD ESTABLISHED OECSMSER f. PubllsSid Sy ths LeUibrldj: Herald printTna Co., tW, law M at Itsipffke.-Sixtii Street, LciKbrTdse, Alterta, VI." PHCNEs 1224 (L BUCHANAN T, W. QUAYLE A'-inaaTfig Ettcr JOHN 7ORKANCR 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES rear dellrsroj......54.03 l year, br rail! S3-N fi delivered 57.03 f. mcliths. by wsu.....51.53 8 ir.cachs, delivered 3 Eoatbs. by issLil 1 mc'Qtb, dPliverCii 35s. 1 ciontfc, by caU chantea 15 often as deslrtj. but bolh tdaresses fca pvea. THE OAILY HER ttej. Cross Siore; J. G. RcS- Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; prug Store; Kenny t All Lethbndso Hotel Cigar Slaad; Empress Buf- .let Uuneb, Diair.'-ncJ City KedTclnjs Bowl Mcclfo'c? A. D. Fergvjson. BeatUe- MUN pty Co.; Odnbrook Book Company. Pinchcr Dr. SlcCres.- MitcbcH Dray Co. AU) FOR SALE AT Bros. Vancouver Wide WorIA News Co.; JS'esrc Stop. Oranffell Street. Xewfl Ca 705 Kiver siiie GriEsy Lako Holrt. .Co- hen Xens -Vseacy. lioolt and Ken's Slow. 109A StU Avo. West; World News Co. Plncher Station Read. St. News Co. Knot s THE WEEKLV HERALD VTefaMdar 10 elsM of oiiF, ro.ii.lu rjmiaary of tte of Ihe wwfe. 3aral and 1 rear In advance ....I 11.00 6 bombs' la a'avacco1... Satin-day, November 22, given by Ihc 'men behind' Ihc- scenes, has beeii good. A sleru probing of the ease; WHS U is badly needed, fiir llie light it promises tq.shfd 011 olcotinn melhods in failing to prosecute the admittedly guilty of'.serums oll'cuccs against' the spirit of ilic law, Ute result of which no one may cal- culate. If the principle enunciated above is to govern llie action of tlie government, in ;i ease where, the offence VMS io bcneiil Hie government >n ii political way, if there are two meanings put word 'crime' in this country, is the governmciil.tp justify ailminislralioifof 'the law, and how nre-lnwj abiding citizens to answer Ihe arguments of 'The is now 'closed' appiirenl- ly. lint forlunaidy tlie tak revel arid this should prfcvpril.au ending sunilar to Macdbiiald. !f one half of the petitioners1 allegations'arc' true', we siuill have another, battle .-royal, in tChatcauguay, thai is, lives'upt to aud.aids I lie cause If pursues Kilter e. pursues'te itler lcfiii, prrd.ie.lipn tKat'lhtf o 'lijents.'wiii he' ivould very iniiL'li lik future election contests :e to have, the ciemiedsn'jhai iii Ihc will lie fought fairly We. i eannol do thai as long as some of our so called political leaders think il necessary and, yes, clever, to adopt Tammany practices of buying up llie rill-roll" in order that the vole of am! I honest electors can be slitleil. BRANCH LINES NEEDED. IX G i to THE UNEARNED INCREMENT i CONNECTION with tlie unearned increment tax there seems ___________________________ _ be a lot of misapprehension as to the basis" of valuation 'I upon which to estimate the taxable; profit. Whether with politi- r.pORONTO SATURDAY NIGHT dealing with a report that ujcal motives, ur through ignorance, some newspapers have indus- (onlinental lines; it can maintain. Undoubtedly the statement isjolijise was made. The government recognizes the unfairness Citizens who intend burning gas this winter should place orders for service BEFORE THE FROST gets into the ground as connections from the mains can not be given when the ground is frozen. YOU MUST ACT PROMPTLY Apply to The Canatlian Western Hatora! Heat and Power ltd, :62b-7th Street S. PHONE 1510 ..Prince Albert Trades and Labor Council have passed ifnan- imously a. resolution asking the Saskatchewan Legislature to Imny into effect an increment tax similar to Hint adopted in Al- berta. The Alberta idea seems to be spreading. Is the establishment of a local market here to be. forgotten altogether? It's'eems llial'this matter is not being branched in the right way. If the Calgary gentleman in the city has a sblii- lioii for. the difficulties, presented, he. should be given every en- couragement. fourth transcontinental across northern Canada to the Pa-'j triousiy tried to'create the impression that would be that at present Canada has all the Ivan's- based on-the purchase price, no matterliow Iprig ago the pur- What Canada wanls.'al least that portion of it west i'basis aiut accordingly the" 1913 assessment :is the l.rcat L'atcs, is more branch lines to" serve the country already proper siiirting point. As. nearly-all the properties'iji'.lpvwis'and fettled and transportation facilities.. hrijpVh' line's Iqticg yvere assessed at aliout full -value, in the policy', of booking make the existing transeoniinental lines for b< Dominion and Provincial governments should-put all ;ies.in the direction of having branch lines corislruc do 'more to relieve thousands of'selllers on the plains of jfill Iricvanccs and aid in further settlement of tlie countn' than ninny matters which are under consideration vrilli the purpose n view' of making the lot of the western selll.br happier. As to .transcontinental lines it is "Svorth pointing out that it 's possible a' -very 'few years each of the existing transcqn- mental roads will have a double route from ocean to ocean. The 'anadiah Pacific already is near the stage when it can boast of a econd transcontinental, and that will be created by the conncct- up of the Lelhbridge-Weyburn with the Crow and the con- Ihe.ijs'se.i for grievance on llial score.. TKu.i riicled. Tliey i !lre so ijroad and generous that, no poor man will ever pay a cent The Taber Young Liberals are to be congratulated on (heir iigfircssivencss in inninlaining an organization and more so on lllQil' in carrying on a policy of education through Sllch meetings as. that addressed by Hon. Mr. Mitchell on Thurs- An attendance, of nearly young at the.Clarcsliolm Agricultural school is proof that the people on borrowing purposes, there'will be little or'n'o th-6 farm.in Southern anxious to e.xp.erls-in the. Act .more the search foit tli; 'belter-it will .bo forthe. fa.rmer and the rest of us. to it dividends with the stater- -As' HoAP'Mr. Jlilchell l.ose account of llie in the course..of an "excepUonnHy ablE'address at aljout n-distinguished public man Dvernment if it is cciisure'at.all, it is not wil1 not lie long iintil Jlahitoha's Pi Premier is on. his knees before nection wit the B. C. branch lines of the Crow's Nest line! The' Grand Trunk Pacific has under construction now7 a line ivhicli will extend from through .Regina, Moose Jaw 'southern part -of -Alberta ami of increment tax, ami Ihe wiiole operation of. tlie "Ael f make those, who are becoming ricn through i Premier Koblin we are told is on his knees tb'liie Sons of ment of the province and ilirongh little or no citorl.'of .tjieir own! He is .imploring furgivencss in order that he not share the fat dividends with the stater-.As'' account of Ihe disgusting remarks he made pointed out in the course..of an "exceiitTohnHv able'address at aljout n-distinguished public man of the Mol'lier Country. It Tabes', the government fjccanse of the introduction of tlie principle: of unearned increment but because.the..Apt was not long ago, so-that the province would have shared in. the enonhously'rich profits liiiide during the Jiooin period in the is hoary with agc-and is by'no means new .in ils.appii< those from older lands; Tile outcry-agairisl" tlie'ifrcrcmcnt.tax from the same source'as that which was raised in Ontario when Sir Oliver. Slowat. decided to tax the estates of. rich nun ;after the people of he. is not likely to lie" forgivciv then. LiUIe Denmark is being held up as an example.to contribu-. he principle tionists in the controversy over the Canadian jiolicy. "1 plication Ho Is what Mr. Arthur llawkes says to sho'w (hat Canadians sh is praciiadly "certain tliat ghe mountains io the coast IranscQnlinenlais ought some years. j ty PUT THE MATTER UP TO Mn. BORD.EN. HT IS NOT Liberals and the Liberal press alone that are demand- ing1 that (he men' higher up in the hyc-clcction gliould be exposed and punished. The more partisan of tlie gov- grnment press let the malter'drop .with thc-rcn'iark.llial Liberals Eiavc carried elections under just as corrupt'circumslahces. That p-xcuse is not satisfactory to the decent people'of ;.tiie.country, ypr (o those Conservatives who had faillrih of I'rcmier Borden in his Halifax platform. .The Montreal Daily the new Independent paper, of which jnanaging editor of tlie managing editor in at the time of the Macdohiild election, makes .a.'straight.dc- uianil for an investigation. It says: portion of the wealth 'accumulated -through the. opportunities afforded by the state. The history of the-increment lux in Al- berlit will (lie same. When itsVnrkings are understood'the Dconle will wonder why it was not adopted in the'carjicr days of 1 i autonomy. "Unless we are to accept the principle-that' a pica of .guilty being entered the accused is 'immune froiii 'piiti- ismnehl, there is much morc'yct to he heard from (he Macdonald bye-election case. Very pcrlincnOy il.'is ask- if ihc men whose guilt Alex Morrison, ex-M.P.., has are to be allowed to go free. Should noth- ing further lie done by the authorities in cVise, the conviclion will grow, in so ninny instances- (lie opinion now prevails, lhaf Mr. Morrison's admission as to the guilt of his agents was made to block further in- vestigations beyond question.' "The wliole affair from first to lust was conducted by some one in authority in (he government parly or- ganization. Mr. Morrison, presumably, was carefully coached as to the part he was to play of 'late. Corruption wns employed to elect him, probably without his know- ledge. What is ht going to do about it? Is lid satisfied to have been a cafspaw for the convenience of a party .manager, to have been 'used' for a base purpose? lie lias been.wronged, presumably. If he is a man dcscrv- he aid in finding out who'is bis fraduccr? CpnsoinlioM for justice over the apparent clasifitfup pniic'Sfncdonaltl incident may be found in a reflectioni fhat, even hnd the. case been prosecuted in llie coiirls, no one hut hirelings would have suffered. The man, or the.men, 'behind1 would have escaped. Never- theless, the blocking of this, case profecls flic 'system1 in (Iirif the pledge of immunity from Uie law, no doubt i OUR P 0 1AT T O F V IE W made. Magrath band has been re-organized without noise being Saskatchewan is following in-Alberta's'footsleps .by intro- ducing anli-boiuising legislation. If a-Nova Scotia member is brought inlo the Dominion gov- ernment to relieve Premier Uorden, H. B. Bennett will immed- iately-dcirfaud that lie also be chosen, from. Alberta to relieve Senator Loughced in the same body. The fanners of Mnclcod district were in-convention today, dismissing problems aft'cctin." mixed farming, and it is by such gatherings that sij'niulus is given to a movement destined to rcvolulionb.c farming methods in Southern Alberta. 'Here ishould lake stock in the contribution policy: "Would there have been a Canadian Canada had been'alone on llie national'Irhcjx? There Voiild, does? with a population si little less than .that of! Ontario, has. four lljousand Danes in her navy. She could not .do much jigiiinst the 'navy of a--'nation hvehty times as large as herself (hat had determined to gobble them up. Ral her men would go down, fighliiig in defence of what they hn'hl most dear." BETWIXT AND BETWEEN' Mr. James Short, K.C., has again been honored wilh tion to the presidency of the Culgary Liberal association. Mr. is one. of the stalwarts who contribute lime and money imsiinlingly because he believes in the principles he stands for. His service to his parly lias been unselfish and as n result effect- ive. .WARN. ING Taking adv'anlasc of the 'reputation vMcti "Cjnnpbill's Clothing" iias tusiancea arc cf r.icrcfianls exIii'jtUng their signs samples to solicit business: JAS. S. ROSE la tbe Hole In Ivotiibr can R-.ipjjjy you 17 Ith their g Heo ttat tho label broast potket Our Guarantee and the Makers' Is Cth'lnd Every Suit We Sell .CD (or and no oilier firm iia. your 'Jecfuctions. Campbell's 'fa in Ihc thslde A mere man, disposed to the use of slnnfi at ilia I, attended lafct night's sconce In Central school. Comment- Ins on the calibre or tbe the Phow lie the Sky Pilot left all the rest so far !n the 'rear thay couldn't even smelt the gasoline. Eio was handicippctl too, for lie had had to, awake while all Ihe other starters were Idling their hard luck stories, fr THIS IS AN ODE (On last nteht's meeting.) Sis little ca-nilHabs Want to he mayor; Shorty, wasn't on tdc- lie hft ivasn't "there." Five Jittle Left to- face Doc.wfts'f-lrong M j He cduldii't Iifilp bnf choose it. four Jittle TrcwoJing In ibcl? Fhocs; tQld 1 why A financier they'd choose Three lonely candidates Hquljmcii upon IheJr chairs; Hardie (old them hravoly ffow he'd do anil dare. Two Iftttc Innocents for slr.uKhtcr; Oecrdi.! ttattorc-.l Sure, he thought iid a can iljt! T.etl to slom tb-i AtkiTi, of jrilol f.ir..-, "J'H-do my he a afngle .To hrcalt the sik-nt liuehj Tim questions of the ladtca chased IP the- tush. This colyum'a poet laureate tore Ihc above off after last night's meet- ing when 'the ladfes 'made their offic- ial bow es munlcij-M poMtfiMana Ft was n src.it first of ttnd thts neck of Ihc we coneltSer he didn't do so badly. H may not sound inspired but the sight of EO many ladita In (he thick of the on doing their duty nobly men, affected] he ran to ppetry. Kindly hear, yrifn simply couldn't help II, any more than Ihe' mayoralty Aspirants could help tlie dfstrlbutlcn' of salve ttiat the meeting so imi-iuc. ri The Calgary Albcrlan Is blamed for he.irtrending zoSs sobbed In the covilown burg the other morning, ftlazoned fortii on the front pago, a hint or warning of-.': hie tmsedy, was the headline, "Gone aia the corsets ot yesterday." Alas! loo true! Gone, gone! Rome, of -the candidates who at tlie mouth about publicity io muni- cipal affairs have a pleasing way of accepting a generous quantity about votln' lime provided it la a boost the right direction. It's Tunny what a' difference, etc, i PRAIRIE CHICKENf Globo) .Many of our local nimrods are tak- Ine advantage ot the month's exu-n- slon'of the cMcfcon Someone suggested "Tammany" at Thursday night's meeting. We as- sii'.nc our Uissourian attitude, demand- ins to be shown. iltcvv Js tho tiger? if so; is, it Please atJvise. (Special to the Ballotburgj.Nov. The ladles of B burg protest, in righteous in- dignation against'ths street rumor -'ibzl are rfivfded on the great eleclfon issues.. Of course they are dlvidtd but yugotUlctts nerve to' tell 'cm about _ '.i Sit down and figure" it out for your- self. Ho'W many different "ways aro there, of 'marking ft ballot containing 6 names with choices allowed. Some nice rainy afternoon would bo a fine time to startj...AVfll eta: tickled to, death to publish tlie fcamcs of tlio winncrsl -ilatheniatical nrofs 'aucl. lawyers barred. Magralh town council soaked .Ma- gmth's mayor for the. "of tho costs in the funicus .pool room caso in'.wbicli tdx'n. came out-eecond lesl. Tlie council eaid the mayor did ft "on" his' own." "If Jlayor H.inlio dcesn't like the council, how would it be to let him .with tbe Gardlnicrs. If all our Jady votera nrc fair daughters of Eve will L'noy vote for AdsmtsJ? Tills was originally hi- leaded 4o be a jofce, MEN WANTED God give us mca. A titno like this demands Strong minds, great bear Is, true faith and rUariy Mcn whopi the lust of office does not Mil; Men whom the spoils of ofllce cannot .buy; Mcriivho JIOESCES opinions and n will; wlio Uave_ who will not lie; Men who can Bland before a dema- gogue And acorn his treacherous flatteries without Tall men, nun-crooned, who live nbovo the fog In pubF.c duly, and In private "ing. A LEADING QUESTION D. A. have Ibc drum that my carried all through the revolution. The FUppaut -when ho the enemy, did he beat LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective'Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS NA.MB Crow's Nest ilxprosi; Crow's NcBt Ktpresg Soo-9pohano Roo-Spoliano Hycr .....'......Kootenay Landing .........-..Mciliclhe llat .........t.Sl! I'aul ...........Cranbrook ...........Medicine Hal..... DOB TO ARFUVI1 4.SS S.K J.lc .15.28 .15.45 .ills .10.23 .13.03 NO. N'AMK {1.1 Crow's A'est "ji-l Crow's Neat Kipres 12 1 iycr 11 Ifdp-Spokano I'ljcr j 12 511 591 S17 ...........Calgary (Aldmyrfe branch) DEPARTUKES POB DOB TO DKPART Locfvl fjJCOl Ucat Mcdlcin? Landing...... ...St. I'au! JfcJIcinV Vial ...Cslgary (via ..23.5< 4.4; 6.15 6.2! ,.n.4e ..li.OI ;