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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pare 4 THE LKTHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Fubllthed 6jr the Lethbrldge Herald Priming Co., Ud.. tvery CHI at lt> offict; Sixth Street, Lelhbrlclgi. PHCNE: flepcrtorlil And 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing D'r-ctcr T. W. QUAYLE fcUraaino Edit.-." JOHN And 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEt delivered......14.00 1 year, ly maS! U-00 6 moctts. dellTered months, by mail......Jl-M 8 months, delivered Ji.00 3 months, by null-.....; 75c 1 month, delivered 35c. 1 raou'.b, by mall ......25c. AddreHts ehAuea u ortea as deseed, b'jl balfc Mw "4 on THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALe AT Bios. Vancouver Wide News Co.; News Sbop, US XCVB Co. River Side Avenue. Grassy Lakt Hotel. .t .Co Boole and News Store. 103A sth Ave. West; World XDWS Co. Pincher Station Etiwajo Crosj Druj Book Store; J. G. Rob- ertson Co.; Jackeon. ft Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- pla's DniE Store; Keany Jc Allin; Lethbridse Hotel Cigar Stand; But- fel Lunch. Diamond It'Are. Hit Auralbc-tt Hotel. D. Ferguson. t Mur> phj Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Plneher Dr. Mitchell Vtai Co......... SL Xews Co. KnoV .den.' Co. THE WEEKLV HEBALO n ID e.'jbt cfTnWe pwu cf the ceits of week, Icoal anj district I rejr in .B.moaths In 5flc biuation of interests to force prices to the moiiev-f losing limit. The farmer has as much riyht lo a prolit as a packing house nwgiuilc has to millions. A free market to the south gives the farmer the whip hand.. Let them got together ami' there, will, be little doubt of Ihe home market holding steady at fairly, profitable prices. Monday, November UOSSNT LIKE THE TRUTH. S1NCK M. K. Xicholls is now conducting iih Sink-pendent news- paper in Montreal he is not backward in his candid opinion on public questions. Tlic Montreal Mail's severe criticism of the Macdomild bye-ckclion mid its call to Mr. Bordm to get after the men higher up has angered tlic" present director of the editorial policy of the Winnipeg the" paper, which Mr. Xicholls conducted before going to Montreal.' TJi'e .Telegram is very vvralhy ami "So long as these charges-were c.ouUncd to a source so notoriously unfair, so ontr.igeously indecent, they did not call for any serious consideration, but when they are repealed and the libel enlarged upon by a Montreal whose editor knows the statements lo lie false, who is familiar wiilv the sheaves of that arc on file in the archives of the Telegram, the infamy becomes intolerable. Will the editor of the Montreal Mail be us publish sworn evidence of Liberal corruption as he is to echo Liberal calumny? "These outrageous falsehoods are. fathered' by the Tree Press of Winnipeg, which has never lost an oppor- tunity to villify the Roblin government, and Hon. Hobl. Rogers, and repeated with variations by a" Montreal paper whose editor knows the statements to be lies." It is only natural to conclude that Mr. Nicholls is expressing In's candid opinion in his Montreal paper, something that he could not very well d6 when in charge of the chief Conservative organ in One thing is certain, and that is Hie Macdonald byc- elcclion was and the Winnipeg Telegram naturally objects to its former editor-in-chief telling the truth about it, THE LIGHTHOUSE AT GODEUICH DESERVES CARNEGIE MEDAL. ARTHUR HMVKESj Ihe organizer uf the British bore in the election, is going to contest South Lanark. He de- himself as a non-partisan candidate seeking support on "a Canada First and a coninion sense political.platform." His are two Conservatives. He'wiiffind that "Consei-va- ;tive'first and a partisan popular when the vole is counted. However, we admire courage, ;md -Mr. Hawkes is entitled to the Carnegie medal for venliirin" into -the Tory hive-of South Lanark. WHY ALL THIS FUSS? THE EDMONTON JOURNAL repeals a statement of Hit; Lon- don Free Press objecting to H." Clarke, K.C., representing .South Essex, Ontariiviri the House of Chnirhoris whil? he is prac- ,Using, law .2000 miles away in Calgary.vThe.Toronto Star re- recently that. North Lanark had been vacant since, last March, the memberrhaving died, and. not been in a. htirry to" fill the seat.; then shpuld Mr. Clarke hurry lo vacate South Essex. .He vi-ns'-clec.tcil lo-represent'that .riding and the Liberals there haven't asked him to resign.' Hon! .GC.O.E., Foster spent practically all.of last session away.from -.parliament and North Toronto was unrepresented. Mr. Clarke was in the House as many days last session as Edmund Bristol, the .Conservativemember :for Centre.. Toronto, and we haven't -.observed any demands', from the London Free Press or the Ed- Journal that he should retire. -Long distance represcn- action is not uncommon., There are many instances of men sit- jUng for constituencies a thousand miles away from'where they reside. A SUGGESTION TO THE TELEPHONE SYSTEM, nPHEHK IS ONE improvement; the- Provincial Government f Telephone System might.maugiirale if they desire to con- liniic their policy of being" up-'uHlaterand that is "a classified busi- Jiess directory as an appendix to Iheir regulation telephone dircct- tory. There is little need to urge'Mho convenience this, would-be to all. telephone subscribers, and dspeciaUy-to those who are new the city. classifying kinds pf business .under one head and giving the telephone 'numbers; 13 what is needed. The suggestion has been made to the Herald a number times lately by busihess men' aild- others who are frequent users of the telephone.. There is no book more readily found limn the telephone list, which is one point in favor of the scheme. .I'M'-Cpst would not great. directory would lahvays lie'ujj-toidate. In faci, for.'ail'pi-acliral purposes it would lake the plaice of the city directory annually with the added advantage that it would Ire within reach of all. The Herald rea- .pectfully recommends the. suggeslion to the altcnli'm V.f Uic Minister of Telephones. THE MARKED FOR HOGS. COMB apprehension seems lo prevail among the Sbiil (he increase in the supply of hogs is going to result in a .declining market. The prices have dropped two cents in the .past few months. The farmers, acce'pthig the advice of the pack- ing plant men, went in for hog raising on an extensive scale and it would be a disappointment ami .a; scripus drawback to the mixed farming propaganda should prices drop to a level mt.king a profil impossible. Dr. Rutherford, superintendent of live slock and farm husbandry for the C. P. expressed the opinion that prices would drop to cents." This naturally causes some alarm but is offset in part by a statement from buy- ers for P. Burns Co. and Swift Co., thai they could probably handle all the hogs in sight. Should there be a disposition to further force down prices the farmers have the United States market as the new democratic tariff placed hogs on the free list. H (hey could not do ft individually, the farmers could club to- gether and ship by the car load (o St. Paul or Chicago, That would have the tendency lo starve the home market and bring Ihe Alberta packing plant men lo a sense of their obligation to farmers, fairly, Such action is not without precedent every 'lime ic'hos been tried lias resulted in the live stock remaining in the province. The fanners should nol be unreason- in Ibcir demands and neither should they allow nny coin- OTJK POINT OF VIEW Bing Wo must pay for the sheep his .dogs killed. Biiig will feel rather, sheepish over that. Home 'Rule iii'lreland without Ulster included will bfi some- thing like eating.a cold storage egg without rather flat. week from today will be Domination'day, when'the open season for candidates closes. .Those in.the notion will have to'think quickly.- The Pincher f.rcek lire will serve lo reiiiindiLctlibridge peo- ple of small losses during llie'past two years, and lo impress.on theni once more an elTidenl fire impress department.. "Farmers; whq'ljave'thejri arc getting 32 cents''a pound for their turkeys..-At that rate old bird will soon be prompted-into the as the mortgage lifters; oil on a soft doth and A iKcn goovereveryinch l of dak. The facilitlet lor Hit prevention of marine disasters near Qoderich have been.proven inadequate. It Is reported that some of the disasters which have occurred during the recent storms could have been prevented If the foj horn and lighthouse at Goderlch had been up-to-date. RUSSIA TO GET IDEAS FROM CANADA Ottawa, -Nov Hussl'an gov- ernment Is taking au'object lesson from Canada in regard lo the con- struction of irrigation systems and power developments, and a represen- tative from that country which Is now here will enena several months in- vestigating, power and irrigation sys- tems In all parts of the dominion. Be has completed the- inquiry in the United States and has Leen given a ;eneral letter to Hon. G. E. Foster, acting premier, wliich Is designed to facilitate his work. The LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS NO, J 1 613 '512 Sit. 505 NAME Crow's Nest Express Croiv's.Xesl'Express Soo-Spokane Flyer Soo-Spolia'no Plyer Local Local boi'al Local........f.... FHOM ..Koolpnny landing ..Mediclno Hat..... ..Spokane......... rnui.......... ...Cranbrook........ ...Medicine Hat .Cardstou Hi TO AltillVfcl .23.10 6. OS J.15 J5.20 .15.15 .19.15 U13 tturh. 1UU KUESlan government has a comprehensive Calgary (Alderayde branch) for thd reclamation of. immense of dry land. DEPARTUUES John Heyuolda, aEed 2S, a NAME FOH DUB TO formerly of was killed by Netl Express.; Medicine- Hat .53 driving across the Xeat Express Landing 4.45 at Flfer Paul FJyor Spokano 25 Henry Bennett was convicted Hat Stratford of manslaughter with "the UEQ of firearms, and sentenced to S64 Local .Coutts .Cardston 3.20 year in jsil.. (via Aldersytle) Lndics have made their entrance into politics and already they have begun to nssert their rights. Bui they haven't asked for anything yjcl.but that to which they are entitled. In fact our Indies, seem; to-be raliier easily pleased compared with their sisters across Ihe'jhig pond. Nearly every'day come reports that the mines in the. South- ern Alberta field.arc breaking records. But Alberta people are so accustomed to hoiirihg of new records being set'up in their province thai "they look upon the unusual as quite Ihe proper It may have been a wise political move nq-thc part of ex- Mayor. Hatch to suggest that ladies should have a place on Ihe parks commission. Bnl it was sound sense also. The Indies and children are the ones who get most enjoyment out of the parks, and tliey" should what is required lo make.them attractive. throughout the Dominion is in fighting spirit. In Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia, where Conservative governments arc strongly entrenched, every bycnelcclion is being fought, not with-the prospect of so much as seizing the opportunity'tq.arouse and educate the people. -Couruge of that kind soo.n.lw; rewarded. Select .your -Gifts' now tHe-firrt.cho.fce, Mart's" aa3 Gltla......-. ;.pf- jtethbridge finds 'jthat ,soine- tHirigXp it, tqste to. My office window faces a street, close to the railway freight sheds. All day long a steady stream of trucks and lorries lumber loaded with boxes, barrels and bales. One truck I noticed the otheV afternoon was particularly in- teresting. No two boxes were the same, and stencilled on the end of each was the name of some well-known pro- tobacco, socks, breakfast food, cocoa, port, tea, and baking powder. Gathered there in.prosaic wooden boxes were'the results ofkthousands of hand's labor in all parts of the world, The cocoa beea 'frown in chipped to BrlttoV tr an shipped to Mon- treal and :finzlly irem Toronto. The tea was ered by ikinned natives of the romantic island of Ceylon; from sunny Portugal the luscious, bit grapes hnd been jsitnerVi jn. ferrriente'4, and branded with a Umout name; from Egypt had come the cotton and from South America the dyes that entered product filially the Thtre-, behind that obviously .ol freifht was'the of moderii skilled production, the: universal demand for toot, drink and raiment, ai.d the worldrwiJe dislributien of the thinje we every day, Ahd then speculated whV.we. use ey.ery instead acme other- things; tntftnat brought me pfump back to my own job of advertising.4 "Thej.arees of aorne o( the the-lorric were known everywhere to-day.-biit find ilftfT> unVnn-oh n T j .v f Utll a I then more clearly than ever before that Advertising is really a channel, digger. It is like the You can sail .from Montreal to Vancouver now, around You can" the're' ,but it 13 going to A or so from how you will sail throiah Panama Canil and thejournty. to leas than half.: A ntw'chanhel will been dug. The great names in commerce