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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIE LETHBRIIX3E DAILY HERALD November 191 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KaTAILlSHCe MCKUMR 1WT by Uthfcrldj. LW, tul at IU SLMh Strttt. AlWrU, W. A. ITUCHANAN Editcrlil, Rcpertcrlil 1224 T. W. I given him ot home. He may not be in a position lo do so now, but Ihe day will come when lie will'not forced lo sell for- what lie can get. It would pay local users of barley (nkc cognizance of this fact now. H is not farmer "who is unpatriotic in send- ing Ins product abroad, if jmlriotism enters intothe question as many contend. It is the local buyers wno" are" unpatriotic in allowing a foreigner lo come in and get his product by outbidding him. And Jcl> DtMrtir.tnU 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATES I year delivered 1 year, by mill t months, delivered S2.W months, by Dill .j 8 me nibs. ....51.00. 3 monthl, by null 1 month, delivered 35s. 1 Eoath, by mall H.50 75c 28 c. sj orten bit mzat THE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Crosi Bid. Bool Store; J. 0. Rob- Vancouver TVoilJ erUon Co.; Jaclrcoa Co.; Aleisniin Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Ktnny Allln; Letbbridtt Ho.ttl Cltir O'Ari Mtdlclne Kit Alllnlbolt Hotel. D. Fergvsoa. pbr Co.; Cranbrook QOOJE Company. Compiny. _______ Wld. News Shop, 415 til Street....... News Ca 70S River SIdl. GrtKy htn NOTTS Aseccy. Book u4 News Store; 10SA Sth Jiur- West; -World Xetn Co. Booi Plnchcr SUtlon Uward ReaS. Xews -'fit Xaws Co. Knol- PJncher Dr. McCrex; Mitchell Drug Co World i Co. THE WEIKLY HIRAtD of tbe ncn o( r la 41-00 6 .jataiis la OUR POINT OF VIEW The two prisoners who escaped from" jail are but nol for First Commissioner. SUPERABUNDANCE OF RICHES. McBRIDE df Brilish Columbia is embarrassed with f tlie.riclics of support. Speaking in the Islands bye-election he made what sounded very much like a complaint as lo the size of his majority. It isn't all smooth sailing in the McBride ship. of the crew tire disposed lo -mutiny because the supply of patronage -grog-is to all alike. There are too many favorites fawning at the knightly premier's feet, and the caplain is finding that playing Jack against Jim very cosily trick. The premier, denies, thai his.government has Jjecn.guUly of graft and corruption, but there is Ihis much to the story which ever> ond knows and that is there were a larger percentage of office holders of one kind and aiiotlicr in some of'the constituencies a the last general election than Ihere independent voters. Sir Richard may he able to justify that sort, of .thing but so far no explanation has been forthcoming.- -It vyould be interesting lo know just how many arc on the pay roll of the B. C. governmen at 'this present hour arid how many others there are drawing favors of one kind and another. .There arc.disturbing rumors as to.the class of.jvo'rk beipi done on the roads in the soulhcrn of the'province, and, tin charge has been frequently made that the province is receiving ahbul one Collar in value for every five spehti The premier ma; retard these charges lightly, but the day of reckoning is bourn to come sooner-or later, if many follower Urn! il is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain parly dis- cipline, why does he contest the Islands bye-eleclion? Why no tiling arid let Ihe opposition have one iiea in the house. No one supposes for a moment that powerful! political machine is going to losela bye-election in a riding sit- j- uated as Ihe Islands constituency is. It would be nothing siiori: 'of a" marvel. Be chary of promises, Mr. Candidate." The "Recall you straight in the eyes. _ If Aid. Lovcring.refused a as he slates, how mam aldermen accepted one? Speak now. Saskatchewan would nol be playing a fair game if it did nol line up with Manitoba and Alberta is passing an unti-boiwshig law as agreed on. Surely there must he a re-awakening of conscience. Hun tlreds of people' turned from a moral reform conference in Regina. There has already been a referendum on the public library question and the people by an overwhelmingly' large vote sail give, us the library. One candidate has made a poetic appeal to the electors; II should now let his hair grow lo harmonize with.the poetry.. It quite 'airy. i A candidate.for civio office likens himself lo the shepher <.ing He-should not be unmindful of Ihe fact tlm We be many Gplialhs among the Philistines. The second and probably the third choice votes -will lecessary to secure a.majority in the civic contest unless Ihere an upheaval and slump between now; and" election day, Now, could it-be possible that the defective orders-in-counc relative to the; admission "of Hindus were made so on purpos Meanwhile Sir Dick ScBrjde's all wlute B. C. assumes irduskie me. If il is true llial'Eiiglishmcn flogged women in Ihe Brazilian forests and brutally used cliildren, let them be exposed to he world. Xo true Englishman wrnls to rcsl..under such an opprobrium-for-a'minute. Such conduct is of Ihe. race. We have been told repeatedly of lale that the C. N.--K; in tended building. south from Calgary next year, hut to dale -we have witnessed no' signs of activity on the part oHhe city. council or the board of trade I o learn direct if Ihis is A little prod- ding of C. N.' K -officials by a delegation of the right men might result m a little niorc hurried action on the paryof the railway company.- An oiricial'- declaration "of their coiUlruclioii {Splicy for Southern' Alberla for next year might result. in a quickening of business activity i.n our city. Everything comes lo those .who wait, but there a .thing as waiting too long. HOJHE AND KOREIGN MARKETS. SEEMS somewhat strange that farmers in Alberta are bcintf 1 compelled to seek outside markets far their produce in order to make their industry profitable. Yet we'have had several ex- that they are doing so... profiU .arefobtained in I Chicago for Alberta beef after it has traTelled nearly.2000 miles, than can be obtained in Calgary or this after a i freight rale ten cenls in excess of rale has been paid. Througli the efforts of the Associate Boards of Trade, a i direct. export .market for barley, lias been established. The ex- i pfrimental shipment did nol net an extremely high profit, bul thai was due again lo excessive freight rates. Ten cents per 'bushel over the local market was paid to the producer for the 'export barley, the buyers received per bushel for il in England. The profits on the advance in price did nol go lo Ihe producer, nor to the buyers.' It went tQ the .transportation com- pany. They moved 2500 bushels of barley from to Liverpool for The realized very lillle on ihcir but they say that they would have" realized more had .they sent the barley overland to New 6'rleans, which is about '2000 miles out of the way. Thai something is wrong somewhere is plainly evident. In Ihe first place why should farmers be com- pelled to move their grain approximately' 5dOO miles in order lo fiet a living profit? There is not enough barley raised to suppjy the home demand, yel the prices offered are so low that (hey are T tllhtf forced lo sell abroad, or feed 16 live stock, and a great deal Ihe live slock thus fed reaches a'foreign market. As pointed out by a buyer, some of llie grain does nol mea- sure up to samples submitted. This leads us to the matter-of cleaning. It is said that elevators connect a cleaning contract to 1 their storage slips, and Ihat 90% of the grain stored is never cleaned, although charges are made for cleaning. If Ihis be so, It is certainly time an investigation was nude. If cleaning facili- ties are all thai is needed in order to give the farmer a home inar- kct which is equally as profitable as the export market, il is time we had them. If Ihe home buyers-will not pay this price for grain that is cleaned, it will continue to go to H market giving the best price, in spile of excessive freight rates. It doesn't mailer how far a product has to go; or how much it costs to get il there, the farmer in Alberta will time be independent enough lo i( there' w long' he make a larger dividend than is The illustration' shows the Sask-alta "fire-pot divided sections by a division Double duplex grates are supplied so that each; half of the fire-pot has it's own pair of This if a great saver of coal when you do light cooking in the summer only half the amount of coal is burned; You should see this and many other exclusive patented features before selecting your new range. London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg St. John Hamilton Calgary Saskatoon Edmonton Sa sk -a It a Ranges are soldcvcryvherc by good dealers who back up our guarantee on this splendid IN LETHBRIDGE OF THE (Kegina Addressing a gathering In a feV days ago, Dr. John pi. Jlott, a keen observer whose kuowledgo of coctli- tions'ln (be Far East has boon galced at ftrst hand, described Japan as the best educated natlou in IUB 'worlu to- Iday. Japan, he said, is leading Orient but, ho went on to ask, "vlilther -ould she lead materialism and nUltarism, as seemed only too proh- ibit, or to the ideals of ChrlPt It may cotne a0meT.'bAt a shock to :the' sslf-satlifsctlon of Jlm to be told that, ae a nutloa Jupau stands Hrtt in cduotloa. Bu that 18 not the point of nrat Import ahco raised by Dr. Mott. Whetber 01 not he Is right In his assertion as to j Japan's educational position .he Is right In giving the country tlie place j of leadership in the Orient and it Is I certain that In that leadership tliej Japznese will continue to be InFlu OF No Fear el losing Yonr Mtney WbeB Travelling if you carry it In Ihs form ol Travellers' Cheques Issued by Ihe Union of Canada. No one can cash them without your-signature. !uu.ed In denominations ol S50, and, in foreign currencies plainly stated on Ihe face. Accepted at full at hotels, llcket ofllces and business places generally throughout lie irorld. LETHBRIDCE IKANCH GRAMY LAKE iRANCH H. TINNING. A. B. KINO, Ada enced by western example. The fact Increases wealern responsibility tre- mendoufily. The western nations are straining every nerve in rivalry for supremacy In" armed power. They are pouring out billions on billions' of dollars in he provision and maintenance of ordi3 which, should fancied occasion orae, n-.oy be set in action to kill ond a destroy. In every one of them lo he strain of hardship and irought by social injus'.lco. They shovf" the Wot of social evllf. Ma- .erlailsra Is everywhere apparent. They are '-Christian nations sending the lands call liul they have not yet tlrciy 9tamcctl 6ut un-Chrlstian con- 'HAPPY" RETURNS TO THE DEAD (Fernie Free Press) Unaur ine eirtion of "Many Happy Map Showing Scene of Greatest Loss of Life ih Recent Storms on tbe Great Lakes Less Than 5 Weeks to Xmas Select your Olltt new and tttatt the firet choice whlfe llnw are complete. We will glidly (lore them for you until rjqulred. JAS.S. ROSE 1 "Particular Men't" FurnUner) It thowlrjg a range of absohitPlr Mr.luslve Roods suitable for 1 CMIelmis (Hfte 'OUR of the the Jlcriiclne )lat of Nov. 14 stales that The Hon. IlagsaTl, vet- eran statesman, ivho h-jld import- anl-.cfbiiict positions uniler orar Conservative premiers, cele- brates his 77th. birthday today. The News must have an'eiclusl1 scrrire In order to sprlng'Euch "a r martablq "scoop" on] their compe tors, for unfortunately tr.B Tlororab John has long since set out'fpr "th bourne from which no. traveller' T turns." We. Vo'ild be Eiad'to.ha a story of abpill'tbree thor.sanil orqr< on the of the d; iu John's it N'ows'C- gct'ln cornmunicatlon'wlth tt deccasc'd. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE NO; NAME Effective Oct. 26, 1913.; AHIHVALS FROM Aiiniv That! Ihc world ia Krowlns better, sjXilally .Hie Christian r.allona, is io( disprovcn by the-.adrolssloa ol iilrixs ii they arc. -The widMir.g of ihe.recognlllon o( evlla in Christian lands Is In Itself an evidence, of the b.eiteVmont. Kvils which n-c now figiit were riot seen as evil's a tlori or 'two ago seen. slvoly lokrafcd. But when It Is fully realiMd that no nation today can live to itself ftlone, that every nation has Its' influence upon other nations, and It Is remembered that Japan holds ltio place of leadership Ihe thronging millions of ensloro poo- pies the world-danger o( western evils arid' the' wor'd-fes'pohelblllty' of tno 'wNlern nflllons with their Chrfsllan fai'lh niuit be iiOT Crow's -Host Kxprcas Crow's Impress Vlycr l-'lyer Local Local. .Kootcnay .Metllclnc ..St. J'uiil ..CraiSvcii: ..McJicIno Hal ..cwits ..Uanlstnn Calgary (Alilersydo KO. 513 12 11 511 NAMB Crow'R Neflt Kxprf Crow's Nest repres ScOSpoXane Flyer SwSpoluno Flyer Local Local Local Local Uiral KOH Mcdicln; Hat .Kcolenay ..St. Paul ..Xndiclno Hat ...Ciauliroqk ...Coutts ...CavJslon- ...Cnlgnry (vla-AWcrsyde) DUU TO DEPAR 6. .......6.- ;