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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LKTHBRIDGR DAILY HEBALD November i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Publiihed by the Herald Printing Co., Ltd, (very at Its office, Sixth Street, LetlibrUge, Alterta, Canada. BUCHANAN And Newt Department 1224 Ui.ijclng Director T. W. QUAYLE Mj'.itjInB Editor JOHN TORRANC8 PHONE; And lab OtpirtminU 1252 DA1LV SUBSCRIPTION yesr delivered 1 ycir, by nail....... P-W 6 months, delivered JZ-00 P mooths, by mall.....JI.60 raontts, delivered ii-M S uonths. by ffiill...... 76e 1 month, delivered 35c- 1 month, ky chactia u oltea is desired, fcut tsith must be cties. THE DAILY HSRA1-D FOR SALE AT Cross Drug i Book Store; 0. Rob- ertson fr- Co.; Jacisoa Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Keanr Allln; Hotel Clear Stano; Eapre'ss BuJ- fet Diamond D'Ara Mat Afelattrtli Hotel.' D. rergliaos. A Mur- pbj" Co.; Craulirooi BooS Comtany. Company. Plncher lllichell Dras Co. Vancouver Wide WorlJ News Co.; Shop, )I5 Grauoell StreeL....... XewA Co. ?t'5-River Side Avenue. C.riiiy Lakt Hotel. .fc .Co- N67T3 Agency. Booli and Kews Store, 103A Sth I West; World Newt'Co. Plnchtr Station Edward Reid. 'St. Newa Co. KnoV den., News Co.' THE WEEKLY- HERALD hed trery in eltht ?3ges, ana iumiiiinr cf news or the week, ana district r In G-rfiontha'in adrkncfl 50e -U btitig nuipiicd out for tni-l Hurt a.'city of-Die uuportancc of Lcjlibritiijc slioiilil liaYc.sonjv'Vlaim IP saying Iliis any oilier place. The C, N. R. cahuot gel into Maclcoil, niul oilier places, loo sviit the Herald. We want all the. south country served. Lctlvbridgc today doesn't know whether this is coming in from the norlli cast. again rejipul lhal it is au urgent duty of Ihe. Board of Trade lo lake Iliis matter up, and not to rest until the N. H. magnates have given a strajgjil and definite assurance one. yay or the other. The C.'N.'R-. will'come-to Letiibridge so'me dnyi wit il stiutild come in 1911. SWELLS THE MEAL TICKET (Ferula FVea tress) Is (orlunato la. having large percentage of patriotic and elf-sacdfkiug cltizeas, no tsss than Keen candidates ottering their ser- Ices as commissioners, threo ol which f ill bo elected at It a forth- orulDg elections. The remuneration a comnilsh Ss fairly adequate, i! ;ot ample, which (act prompts var> ous carping critics. Including our. eJres, to that there Is cotlcubie odor ot meal-UcXet ema- nating (torn the municipal pot -which s now boiling EO merrily. We were just going lo ask if Hie public library question had >een forgolleri iii (lie'rush for municipal glory, hut one of (lie andidates speaking'at last night's meeting said that it was still within reach. HELPING FATHER OUT; pKKSIDENT AY1LSON is doing things again. He.announces 4 that instead of holding the time honored.New Year's recep- tion and being bored to death, he is going to go off for a leu days' Holiday. Good for Wilson. Father will he able to save some .money soon. The elimination of.these social festivities means a lot of good money saved which would- otherwise go inlo dress ;Sqme. the Senators will yet he abli to declare a dividend or .the sessional allowance. Wilson is rough on the pink lea arlis! hut he is saving father's hank aqcofmt from annihilation. Every- thing counts in these days living.-- 'GOOD ROADS.MOVfiMEJfT-rf APROPOS of the Highways Bill and ;1bc. movement fur goo .roads there is much food for reflection in the report of a con venlion held in SI. Louis lately, at which.6400 delegates were ex '.'peeled and five.thousand had been pledged to attend. As a matte 'of fact there were only a few hundred there, and they were men not so much interested in fixing up roads so as. to make then useful lo farmers, as to have great national highways along whicl .the auto would spin al a fast clip., Were Hie farmers riot interest cd in good roads, or did they see in the ..movement a scheme pledge them to a system of highways" in which they would gc .1he nrinirmirp of benefit? ThYsame issue in Canada. Do we need some fancifu national highway or are we more, in need of good voacls lo serv the farmers so .that ithe'y." .can haul their produce lo market wit! Ihe least possible (SiSculiy? The appeal for the national highway sounds pretty batjf'there is la he a large expenditure on high .ways let it be such as will lell for the helpful side of the question Farmers len lo twenty miles from a railway staiion are in yrea deal more need of good roads than the joy rider. The man who superintends the disposal plant probably nows more tibout civic waslc than any of the candidates. All roads lead to Spokane this week, .where Ihe National ,pple Show holds-absolute sway. A Hindu poet has >just recently carried off Ihe Nobel prize, hat reminds us that Ihcre are pools in I.ethbridge who should ompele. 5f Ihe clcclbrs tire not able lo select the best men in the civic Ighl it will not be on account of a lack of hearing and seeing .the andidates. The mcelings are many and the talking abundant. Old Probs is certainly doing himself proud in the matter of ine weather. It is the 2alh of November, and we are liable .to iave cold weather and a little snow mosl any time now. The sympathy'oif. the southern parl of the province will go out to Pihche'r Creek in its lire, with the hope that a better mam s tree I will rise from the ashes. A big fire is .very, frequently. Ihe 'oreruriner of improvement. Every-little idea has a result lhal is all its own. The Aficnl- Jeiieral for Ibyprpvince'had his thinking cap on-when he.made the suggestion that English lads intending lo emigrate to Canada might be formed into a class for summer instruction in agricul lure al Ihe provincial schools. If the 800 farmers, when they convene in Lethbridge, star a'campaign for womanhood suffrage in Iliis province, where wil it end. The farmers are the. people in so'far as Ihe majority vote is concerned, hud the provincial government .has a foi passing oJ.jlfV'. Considerable noise is riiade Jiy the advocates protcc lion that the-.United States, ships "miiiy- limes] tc Canada than it'buys from this country. There is no 'doubt o that, but (he faciithai.Cabida has to buy millions in'fruits, cotton and other lines which are not sufficiently grown or ma.nufaclura in this country home market, is not'sufficient justi- fication for a further increase in the graft for. Canadian manu- facturers in Ihe shape of-a higher.tariflf in which Canada, would be- thc'milch'cow. REFORM IN PRISON METHODS (Winnipeg Tlbuno) There is much ot real merit in tho appeal 'ot S. Prison association 'i tao proposed rebuilding ot S Slug with Its abominable block cell bo abandoned and that in ita there be constructed a. larm In- luBt'risl prison. The experience of states In ha -working out of tne "open air re- orra" and the- eagerness ot other Utea to adopt Iliis method gives wsrrant for the -belief that the state eglBlators may carefully consider the question belore entering upon a plan ot expenditure that Is questionable. The construction ol group buildings and the working ot convicts iu the open .form the basis ol 'the reform t has been proven that this method raralshes the best means ot reforms- ion is well as simplifying prison ad So successful has the reform.been In eastern Canada ah'd in some' ot the. western atates In a more or .less modified form that Pennsyl vanta' i-rid Naw Jtrsey have purchased great areas for such farm prisons and Illinois, Indiana, Ohio aayrnpalfiy.wilh' it. But we do think (hat when the railway pro F.CuthbertAtkin's Committee. Rooms are at 230-13th Street All workers will be welcomed Open Daily to 10 p.m. To The Electors: Ladies'and Gentlemen! At tho request of a large number of our Working, Business and Pro- fessional men, I am a Candidate for Mayor and Commissioner of Finance, I have lived in thii City for I.have been connected with it since 1889, my aisocialion became known as the Alberta Comyany commence ing in Ibal year..- 7. The Alherla Railway, and Irrigation Company had very large and varied interests and was'one of Corporations in Western Canada. As for many'years I had con-, siderabla administrative and tlul experience. I am confident that my business training would enable me lo Uie Cily what if so badly, needs, A Good, Efficient and Ecoaonict. Adminiitration I AM IN FAVOR OP. A thorough reorganization of the present system, as I firmly believe thai if this is done it will be possible to effect some reduction in our heavy rale of taxation (which is 45% higher than Calgary and 70% higher than Edmonton.) Unless we are able redact oar heary taxation the pro- gress and development of the Citr will be. very seriously, re- tarded. A Good and Plentiful Supply of pure.water. A Progressive Industrial PoHcy. The Early Completion of Subway on Thirleenlh Street. The Paving of .Thirteenth Street North of Third Avenue South lo Sixlh Avenue Norlh. .The opening up strecls and Hie extension of the Sewer, Water and Electric Light systems to every house, if prac- ticable, An ailernlion in the present method of paying for mcnls, which 'arc now spread over thirty years. A Municipal Labor Bureau. When Ihe Cily needs men, preference lo be.givcn lo married men resident in City. Fnir wage clause in all City contracts. A Public Library. A thoroughly dean City, and A Square Deal For All Parts Of TW City The progress made in carryii'g.ouf this programme will, of necessity, depend lo a large extent on our finances. If you are in favor of the above nlalfonn and think my Hnancisl experience and business training generally would be of value lo Ihc City, then I nsk you in the interests of the City of to give ine YOUR .VOTE AND INFLUENCE. H. WILSON ;