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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR I.ft.VOTttfflDGE, I) A 1 L V H EH AL Ji MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1914 ttb: Iheialb Slbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY I military lirrei'ht's too awful for cars to hear or modesty io I'ontonniUiU1." SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year V-'eetily. by mall, per year.-. TELEPHONES Business Office Offlco W A. Buchanan John Torranrt JUDasias Director Business Manas" Of Irttr (li-ll. Machos lui? assumud such :in air of importance ihiit lit1 lias yimuUly coastMl to appear dignified. The most coiicisi: criticism that can bu nmde of UiHieral Hughes' latest ebul- lition is that in ilu> wildest fltehtK of cue i-anuot even enact-lve oi" i.nrd Kitchener guilty of a imlisi-roiiim. The chief utivo of thy Kritistf iirmy is a Itnio puidier. realii'inj: Hint the t-iTie- iiom-y of nu'ti under him is based ion inc. He would not.-expect the 'Vsnrii corps" of his forces to i survive it" )ii- permitted himself to in- gt> in orratii; escapades for ich lias such ;i pre- rotiun. knows that only by the ahiliiy of his own coiuliu'i can _____________ _ jivu officer command.UK.' of v fhis men. British soldiers are liimnui THE WAR SITUATION TODAY j be in .us. uml it is noi in human nature 1324 This is tlunaut in the mil-1 "Tillie a lakes the second member jHolfitein broken the world's party to join the colors record in milk according eing "Stephen Gwvnn announcement here tgday by ithe bureau of-animal-industry.-of-.the Ralph Huestis son ofllev. C. H.Junlrerslty ot California. Huestis, ,of Red Deer, secretary or i -m the 365 cow ga1 pond to the call Remember total of pounds of milk- woman in Southern Alberta is to be a corps of 250 now..being sent by I 'V. the dominion fxoni Ot-i tawa. I i S61 pounds more than' her nearest rival, another Holslein named Creain- elle.- held the previous record. This record breaker fs owned by A. Morris, .ti rancher-, near Wood- and has been nurtured durin the year along lines laid-''down by the Davis farm school, a branch 'of the University of California. SUGGESX-'ONS'FOR THE COMMIS- SIGNERS Editor HpraUl: Illio to s'lve a ubout the street railway. I am in favor of the five fare, hut' as Mr. -.Koid states tukt.tb would 'bo fit ngu u tickets sold it lj> vfoi o cents person back tho hours o'clock and 0.3Q p.m. onbS- No; omo'loyees allowed to tickets iftoi i o'clock i nl No work nun s titkettsj. jtaktn at noon houi I e etuis striifeht S ia.m. and 'ah'p'n iiul iron 4 to p Jii, 1- P.m. j or school tickets us nt present. doss carried on car ehou'ld; be, charged .fivo cents each, the owner, iioing responsiblK for any dntnagc done whilst on ihu car. No dog allowed on the ear without n chain or iead.'f allowed on' the seats. chihlren's go-curts or bug- gies rititinld be charged five cents, only the collapsible style carried. The jtickets used at present for limited] (tickets, could he used for dogs and j go-carts at ten tickets for 25 cents. i above tho ordinary hand grip size charged five emits. Editor, the above are the best suggestions this kind of a sys- j tern. 1 do not like the pay-ns-you-eu- 'ter or pay-as-yon-leave. Nothing beats the ticket system. i In reference to Mr. Woslying's Jet- jter. 1 notice in one part of his letter ihe is a well known fact j I that there are very seldom any pas-' Isengers getting on or off tlie cars 1 j between Twelfth Street and Eighth (Street on Third Avenue." I say ho [does not -know what he is talking about, especially now that, the post- office is on- Seventh street. We do not want to ruin a line that practically keeping the other twoi j lines. I Old jlaiKl at the Game j Afotoniiau R Rig'by j i OBJECTS TO l.VCKKASE IN STKKKT RAILWAY RATES) j Editor Herald Keid and' I the other cpmuiis'sipiu-rs have, asked i "suggestions regarding certain "niu-; i nicipal "matters I wish to c-.Ter. the- ioliowing i i J.. Re 5c. do not favor' i the difference will come ahrost entuch out of the I the u irr-cirntr ir d i ot nit rt the pocket of such as Jtcssrs, Down-: ier, ot, their aut-os in; j which o run ir >nt thcj wish. Tlie working man cannot at'-i loul IM nth ind tht, ifin 1 up iril Ave., and north to ihe; Io ictun tn-, u u I tn Ave. i and 5th St. to starting point. Alternate cars to matte the aine. trip in the" opposite direction. This would i tour cu set in the noi'tii, where most ot the u iliic coi JIT ILO i t i at the nc tine uc cir rn iid nd fitn ucuue and )th and 13lli ticets II. the iifUi :ar from the for- ner oi Tith slrqet inti avenue through the Dull addition to the cor- I tor n f n ipft i h street thence out'toward "far deemed; and returning byer the same; route reversal to the Unusual Sub- scription Offer The Lethbridge Herald Ofhtt in imdi (Lctlibindgo 1 lOli ten 35 cents You' (In not hiiV'e'lo subscribe for :i year or even six send us 35 cents and yon will receive Tlie.. Herald daily until Kebnuiry 1st next. I If yon wish ID know what is happening and to keep intelligently informed of the events transpiring, in Eur- ope you should decide to subscribe for The. Herald. The .very low price quoted in this offer, should not prevent anyone -.from becoming a subscriber. 'Nonnecessity to write, just till in Ihe coupon and mail it to The Herald with 35 cents.. Decide to subscribe a I once. COUPON Tlie -Herald, Lethbricige. Alia. PToiisc fintl 'J'liirly-iivo ccnls for which send mt The Mcnild io J, Hrimt, point llu pnh two transfer points for entire 'sv.su m i ifn t foul oi !ve it ITLSIIU nd would give a. much super- ior service to the citv 'a: i U( n for Ittitl to c jnsi U i to do n if lh urisatisfnctorv blue light, and siibst-i tutc the e or i nreen light pec s i c iini, to ust thfi matter or !nm elt CM do bj tho itth 1 tht in the C "P R yard and comparing their, brilliancy M c IOL a light jit (ur hlie line the e are o brilhut with mere oil lamp j, the illuminanl, hqw much morp-sb would the; be go id electric lamps' Ihe e ouhl tra 10! in the tit; u A n mu h more i easv the connections licsireH 'from. i point to point. Under pre'seh'if cbmU- tioi rnio connections nnnot 1" matlo a ami such an inconvenient- wait as1 'to L c m in people to alk rather tmn lor j (ar In I hnou o mslince where pcopk from lie outljing ponu IIIVP ti tjieu ntue t cir conntt-tion and af tcr; waitinj; for a Icngffijpt time suf- ficient to have enablpdSt'hehi to tho entile distinct, found ilni, the lusr cir proci ri >l one tthich would t I-e them i yprj found about route jiml for the .-engagement- on which they were bent. Another matter. Mr. Editor, which 1 tu touch upon is the proposed i eduction "in ihnes f do not thinli the proposition in its entirety i fair one, a it would make a reduction in some salaries which not only have been already re- duced once, now about as j a n j per on can lue on de- t in ol the great dif- ference in fin ncni coiitlitions ince tho com miss loners' salaries were sot 1 th nt it would be merely a gracc- 1' ful ct on then part if agreed to djop pet tpnt (not 30 as until such .time as they were enabled 'to reduce the tax rato to i point, I mills below that 1911! when they could be resumed at theic present figure. A further reduction which would not he too 'unreasonable would be H. 20 per cent, reduction, on those sal- aries running from to or more per month, cxcluih'e of the commissioners. L the reduction tould uiadt without -working an> rc-a' hard hip on mj per on and m view .i oi the fact that as, i would be only temporary I fail to see where any serious objection could be- made. Thanking you. Mr. Editor, for your .publishing this letter, 1 Yours truly, contributor to tnis movement. The motor -ambulance Bill do merciful work, and. works of mercy 'always en- gage the sympathy, and support ofjHkely. to be at least six1 candidates Our Alberta women have l.iH contest the three vacancies on the As. .far aa can be learned there are done, noble work since this war ne- gan. They have been sewing, and knitting and working night and day for the promotion of causes helpful to those who ara serving at the front or war. Blairmore council. Among thosL named- for nomination 'are: .M. Dow- ser, A., A. Sparks, Purvis. S. .J.I Sargent, -I, J. Little and P. Nicefero. 'I neulraK and I am neutral iint of tap waler m the can "OUTSWOLLEN HIS USEFULNESS The Toronto Telegram iConserva-Hhe bittbt. comment against the tive) Is icrj severe and caustic in bj Rev Newt! Hilhs pastor of Phmouth h, Brookhn comments on Major General Sam Hughes speech criticising the recent mobilization in Toionto arp. a tew of Its stabs 1'" took Spokanr one cil Nelsons moil iiopulir loiilia rasmtsb men nhcn Clement Gillian real estate and insurance c no (juesuon I rrot tlut nnrned to Hon blunder It ail 'if, V1 Until receutb worse than'Yi error it was an out or rate He has been fnglonouslv worsted ii in enrountpr fritn hiq oral tneni uliich is The attack upon Alajor General Les Bam ts but the climax of a seiies o incidents which prove tl'at the Minis er'cf Militia misinterprets tile rela lonshlp Iillnself and the niill arv of The words omo to Tennessee Sen- tor uttered in rebuke ot an American eneral who sought to play the War ord bj virtue of sota'e small exploit n the Philippines Concerning- this CTtlcman. with tho eiaggerated cbn- of his own importance Con- cress was }pld that "in an, effort to itorlde this n'arrmv world like t Co- he lias put a stum upon his ;