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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page I THE LKTlIimttDGE DAILY LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER J-f-j-jlJ DrJnflnri Ltd- tVCTV ful Sixth Canada. 'W. A. BVCHANAN 1221 T. W. QUAYLE JOHN TORRANCB Manigsr 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ttar 6 delivered S Ecnlbs. delinked Ji.W 1 MOElb, 35c. chacjed as olun 1 year, by mil C ncmlhs. iy null 2 contts. by mill nonlh. 4jr msu irjSrefl. bit toth W- Book J. G. ertsca Co.; Jackson 6 Co.; Alesscdra Hotel; Peo- Y'.t's Mraf Store; Kf any Allta; Cigar stand. THE DAjLY HERALO F'JR SALE AT Cress Brtn. Vancouver Wldo .World News Co.; Newe Shop, nS Gianwall Streot........ News Co. TC5 Hirer Side Avenue. Gra-sy Hotel. t Co- hen Xerrs ASCCICJ. Boot snfl News Store, 105A Sth Ave. West; World Co. Plncher Station Eaward Read. St. News Co. KnoV den. News Co. Olam'iid D'AKS, Medicine Hat D, Ferguson. Mur rhv Co.; Cranlroofc Bop5r Conpany. Company. Plncher McCran MllcteU Co........ THE WEEKLY HERALD fTery Weflcesday la fljhl or more pzcejk and i rjrcmirr cf.ths ctws of tte ana dJatrtcl 1 year In advaaca .....'JI.W 6 months ln.adfacce THE QUESTION OF U. li. BENNCTT is 119! sure about Irve Client. Ho limits a big flour, null in Calgary is better for Calfiary, if uol for the'fimiu-r. ilc'wis prepared to mlmM llwl "wheni 1 err, 1 am always urkiunvlvdgr my imsUikc, ami if 1 imu i' iil wilt add one-sixlremh oi a cent per bushel to revenue Ml BETWIXT AND BETWEEN I'roilmtly to tho-liomulu of Ills MiMt SataiiK- Majesty 1ms developed surerrcusliiveness on. the pail of residents of Medicine lut. Now, tho Itiit U but Ryijyard Kipling Alberta farmers, lo remove lite duly. 1 will do anylhing nMtn have power to accomplish this end. !i 1 change iny.miml I'll be uuin (ijsi. ovcr 'enough to coino and tell von frankly." lot -weather. Uuddy only sil'l tbe Hat Thai sounds as tlia'ngh Mr.. Bennett saw ahead the Isibility that In- might have li> alter his views tin this free wheat m- i matter. dividual from tto vicinity of the slock The other day tin's five wheat m'aulliT was discussed in Ihe yarJ, Saskatchewan Legislature and one of the best speeches they tUoushUt gotoslo in Ihc debate was Unit of AK'.v, lioudreau. the Liberal member ..-.-ireine. fur.Thunder Creek. Mr. Hrodrcau said there bad been a great nowi fcaim has been advance in the cosl of grain growing, bill western Canada couW j 'wounds of the Mad Hatters, ana still meet all competitors on fair ground. Tin- speaker quoted out Iho or Two" co'.uiuu evorj day In the Chicago Tribune comis to defence of tto Mailers wilh this effusion: They're mad aa n lo make H J las rapid a pace as during the past, be capable of meeting, the i i i i- ,t_ _ ii i." i T1.A I intto.i: VI L.I no FARMER SHOULD RAISE HIS'OWN POWER. WITH THE PASSING of wheat as an exclusive, crop on the prairie farms, must go the farm niachine'prbpciicii jytfiiie- clinnical power. Such is the gist of tin address made >o the farni- ers of Saskatchewan by their" Minister'of-'Agricnllure, the Hon. Jlr. Motherwell. sjieaking 'oil. 'The. gospel jof. agricul- lure." There can be 116 doubl-bu! whal-Mr. MolberwelLiS: rigid. The inomf nl itr.com- incuccs lo dcpreciale in value. As houndless wlieat fields begin Mo be cnl .and oilier uj) into for elaborate plowing r power. nfailfiftAVr aulbrtiaucally eliminates itself, in favor of home-grown power in the shape of horses. .Mixed f ing does not require thnse'pxp'ensivb tools. Many be bcjler off-today if he bad never-seen a Iraclor. In Ihe majorih "of purchases ruinous mistakes. In a fey ..short years, flu's, machinery reaches the. scrap depreciating, their animal power -gives the owner an increase anr '.docs the work, just as. .'well, "though perhaps not.so fast. This in iraclically doubles itself even" year, ns every farmer we! pracli.Ci knows.- By raising farmer ctiminaies scrap heap, the machincry.naUvand Hie H ceases.lo work for the machinery1 conipttnics, and begins lo wprV for himself the minute lie comniences to raise and use Ihe "ol .fashioned "horse power." Panning on a large" scale has bee i market. -The. United -Sliiles prudtic- .aini'd praclicallv sliitioiicry.for'twc'nlv demand of the Brilisli ion of had'remaim'd pr; ears, and the probabilities seemed to be that it would not grcalU ncrcasc. The. Hcpnblic. could no longer grow; sufficient wheat U ecd its own people. Canada could meet Thc'rlciii'and, and must vitliin a very sborl lime, be called upon lo meet the deficicncj n the.'American home market. The production of Great Britain was loday Ua.OOll.OOU'bnslicls .bat of Franace Germany from 135, to bushels, that of Austria-Hungury produced the' ula's principal rival, and Russia ahoul Mr. Roudrcnu's figures, will show any reasonable man (ha there is a real advantage. Id. the !Ciinadiiin fanner in baring fi'e access lu Ihe American market for.his wheat and it is likely h. fore Ion" Mr. Bennett will alter his view. more pat, Uedlcina Hatter figures lo show that No. '2 Xnrtlici n (Western Camilla) sells at suv jtlw same price on the Liverpool iiuirkut as No. t from Dnlulh. Mr. Ui-udn'iiu staled that on Sept. 27, at Liverpool. Man- 'iloba No. 3 mid Onluth No. 1 brought identical prices In fur- HUT proof of his declaration that Canadian-wheat is griid'iil i lugber than United Slates wheat, he. pointed out lhat lUe weight jof a bushel of No. 1 wheat al Miisneapolis us a? while in {Canada it was 60 pounds. Tbe Canada drain! Act provides that JNo. 1. Manitoba must weigh GO pounds to the bushel. No. 'i Nor- llicrn 58 Ibs., No. 50 Ibs. At Dululh. Minneapolis, and Chicago, JNo. 1 Northern weighed 57 Ibl, No, 2 51 Ibs., and No. 3 -19 Ibs. [it is as clear as daylight'that'in Ihis mailer'of weight alone i Canadian wheat would be beliefiltctl in the. American market sixteenth of a ccnl would be more than made. j The member for Thumfer Creek, made a comparison of the production of Ibe. various grain growing countries of the world, slating that of Canada's tolal production of bushels, aboiil one-half, or more 'than bus-lids, were grown in be declared, must in the; course of the next five years, if development continues during that period at in Mealdni he ueou'.e are roused and they spol for a spat iih tivi-ry defomer of Medicine Hat, hey're ready and anxious lo go t'i tho mal Vith any one scoffing at Medicine Hat. .s climate Is ualmy In srile of its 'ou've had a urong noUon or Medi- cine Hal. 'hey bask in the sunshine and purr like a cat. 'he fortunate people ot Medicine lint. Lt they sit on their porches and chat, For it never BCIS chilly In Me day that.you can't iise a helioslat, "or sunlight's eternal in Medicine Hut. The birds never migrate, they know where they're at; t always is euinm'jr in Medicine llat- They're swatting Iho fty anil the skre- ter and knat, As frost never kills''em'in-JIedlclne Hat. His nature is skeptic, he's blind as a hat solng back, Lacli" ..'I was alright uiy younger dayb1. "Good-byo eVL-rybody" ovtriug .V. 'Xeath the pvlals of HID trt'tt" else Is gelling it1' Vlklu Every daj'll Sunday bye and bye" larvey "If be comes lu. I'm goins out" hero if I'm vauted" the inf" foar no Too" your eye on me' Williamson 'Can't you make room for n little one" ReM...................... ".MjEeal" me but hope' t SHOCKING! t (Spokesman Cliltiooker) N'otico a man fell in the pub- lic library? Wonder if those undraped statues conlribiLted to Ills delin- quency? If Etill water runs deep, it wouldn't be. any ciacli trying to get to tbe bot- tom of tills" campaign, IJoc. Lovcring's snclici Into the rea'lma of mythical grail this week liai been Ihe feature, of listiess campajga so far. Not tlint the campaign liasn't boi-n bright In siiols, but there hasu'l Tyoe'i much that vtrged luto the secsa- ioiial. .However the pliyelclau caudi- dalo relieved tlio monotyny. .Ml wonder 'is: away How would he have got craft urovlJeU he had cuteretl Into au unlioly >vith th'c doves oT the ti-mU'rlotn. He Lave had to C'lilet tho old chief wasn't Wacl- ly the hiiKl to.bave tils lia'Jd out Mnd his He would Lave had to get away with (lie council. Ko it have been five thousand divided by tcveu. Now feven is divisor when It comes to splitting tlje cwag. So we don't hardly see bcr.v we can take Iho Doctor's story on an eaip- ty slomacli. Of course we know he Is sincere in what lie liu didn't solve tlie equation to ihe satlslacllou of a ina'.livmallcal expert. NOR SOME OF OUR MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES (Ollawa Kreo Press) iyOid Cunon awards tho oratory prize to Abraham l.lncolu. not having heard H. U. llcuactt, r.or liruno Nan- tel. UP TO THE MINUTE (Moulrial The government of Alberta Is go- ing.Into tho telephone business; which will furnish a lot more work for Iho THE.LpTHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED Who can'I sec the fceautks oi Medi- cine Hat. 'c. All jesting is 'flatulent, fulile and'-flat j -That libels the climate of Medicine! Hal. _ j Away with the knockers who knock it .and drat j The jokers who -Joke Hat; V In short, it's. ideal habitat; lint. Anunl the truly won-, ucrful how many, different years tills j.balniy One thing is prelly well understood by the arm- i days jenjind of, hie] cliriir'cdmmissioner won't be a popular'paMV in Lelhbridge. you notice TKe. conductor of 'this colyum stren- ;Thc. ladjes. havcn'l .produced a school board, candidate yct.juoijsiy denies any aiid all rumors to Can it intend to siiring'a'dark.horse at the 'tho effect that ie irresponsible tor lasf irioment? OUE Considering the price of eggs, fmil anil "oilier food stuffs King David's.-campaign pbelry.. pcetrj' seeras to have stirred .tho'chords of poetic romance iu one e r i t i I c-'impaigner. lrhodor.es o'jt the follow-. Sir Wilfrid Lanriers free food policy ought to toucb jng ,ut of for the noble fcand'qf fifteen who ap-1 peal for your vote .and inlluenct In ilie preeent 'campaign: into it jvvill phcketb'opk. Jii view of the proven statement Anv. who have succeeded with mechanical power, lilc cos! Canada has advanced over 50 per ccrtl. L hianaqcnicnt! Advertise in the past two decades, siicb a policy will not come amiss. scrnpjirorij.then put vour moncv v1: -TT _ v-.Tho-vdr-p.city of ineiviHcrs of" tnc fourth es.talc was given a i'lide jolt in 'Calgary, when the Calgary Herald.slated thai Shcr- was Ibaf jaiimicd lo Ihe doors by tbe crowd of THE POULTRY INDUSTRY (assembled to bear K. B. IJcnEctl, while Ihc News-Telegram lined j ,_ _' I- .ithepaae with Hit; information thai tbe crowd numbered T-HE remarkably rapid .increase'm.ilie.pricc.of eggs lias caused Pvnlrn, 1Ilnv for After exercise, a bottle PRIDE" Beer." No matter how hafid you have played, no matter how tired: and, hot you. may be, a rt'bottle of will prove- a certain revivifler of, lost energy cooling, S. thirst-quenching, satisfying, THE LETHBRIDGE'BREWING MALTING 1 lias .also been favorable prolonging of Ihe laying season nnd fof "a'rcoson feels conslrained fo come lo the conclusionithal the big'cold storage concerns have bought up the visible supply and arc "dribbling out ihc. demands of Ihe inar- is utituinly a cause for surprise if such is not the case: hen only.kept pace with the supply all summer season? U docs nol seem reason- able thai Ihc're'sbould npl'l'i'ave been a stiflicicnl surplus (luring j ihc summer lo hold Ihe! market steady until Christmas at any irkcLi Thnt; believe the doihesijc'slrikes York find ciscvybcrc, to boycott the, until n fcasonablcJcvel. One naturally expects lo pay.a fliUic'sliifer'priqofpr fi'csh'laid.eggs at Ibis season; but lo unload the piickcd product on the'market al present pric'e.s is. asking tbe consumer to part with more money than value.is being given for. in the case of Ihc fresh laid egg Ihere is a spread of 20 cents between farmer and consumer and that looks lo.bc much beyond I (i reasonable proiit. There is a big question confronting the con-j Mii'ncr and he must-find some means of coping with the living] problem so as lo gel a little more for his The flights of oratory describing Ihc unprecedented prosperity of the country sound pretty but when brought down lo the final analysis bring very slight comfort lo the man (oiling on limited income and being constantly confronted with the ever increasing' cost of gelling even the barest necessities of life. White the cosl of nearly food has advanced the prices paid lo Ibe farmers 1 .1.....__ 1.__ _ 1 1 _ About That Xmas Gift From day to day we shall offer susEeations on Ibis absorbing question will pay you to WATCH THIS j Or belter still. frould ask tlig ladies to call nnd. consult us on gifts suitable for Ihfelr gentleman friends, wlU, gladly, place our time at'thetr disposal antf will store anytliing until required. i JAS. S. ROSE PHONE 1817 (The Particular Man's Wcar-man) 605 3rd Ave. S. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE S'AMB Effeclive Oct. 1913. 'ARRIVALS KHOM other pruduccrs liavc nut nnidi: ;i iidvuncc, iind thai is the one outstanding fact which gives ccforjo the sjis- liial there is some Irusi or coinbinalion of interests bqard- ing the sirpply ii'nd doling it nut to the public al a cost away bdyoird.tbe ('COiioinic. value of the article sold. An egg is no! worlh five conls.nnd only Ihc most exceptional condilions would such a figure. Those conditions do not exist and cdnsc- the consumer, when he pays (iO cents for a of eggs, lias every reason to 316 Crow's N'eet fJxprcia............KooUnay landing.............Z Crow's Nctl Kxprcas Hat.................. Soo-KJiokane flyer 6.03 Koo-KpoV.anc Klycr S'.vjl Ixical ...........................CraabftoV: Lcxal...........................CirSam Local (Aldersycle Icanch) ....13.03 The New Fuel for Gasoline Engines NO. )13 .NAME NRSI DEPARTURES FOR Medicine Hat' ..'Kooknay Land ..St. 1'aul Craw's i 12 Koo-Spolur.o I'lycr II riycr 512 -fxica'l...........................Medicine Hat S11 .J-ocal Locc.1 Local Local................ ..r..Cavlls ......Calgary" (via AldMayde) FiUB 1O DEPART 1.45 .15.C5 9.80 Motor 25 Per Cent More Power Than Gasoline And is Sold at 2c Per Gallon Less Than Gasoline The Genuine Motor Spirits is sold in Canada Only by THE IMPERIAL OIL ;