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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OECEMBER 1NT Published by the Lethbridoe Hersld ful evening at IU office; SlJtVStrwl.-Lelhbnds., Albert.. ----W. A.' BUCHANAN. DAIt-V SUBSCRIPTION f- ,f.r entered 1 msil Month' delivered JWO C monies, by mall mS; delivered S taonitE to nail leiivered 35e- 1 moath. by mill OH.O u tut addresses must be Lake THK DAILY HSRM.D FOR SALE AT -Red Cross Drus BIOJ. Vancouver Wide World News Co.: Shop, 445 Gransell, Street....... .705.RlTer Slie Avenue. Gujsy Uike-Qrassy L -Hplol.. "hen Xevrs Asency. BOOK aa3 _ xVwR. Store. USA .Aye. Neirs" Co." Station 'Eawl Read. SL News Co. Kncl- .den.. News Co: Lcthbrldst ..vs. Hook Store; J. G. Bob- erUon Co.; Jsrtisoa t Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny Allln: UthbrMse Hotel Clzir Stind; Empress fet Lunch. Dlam'lll D'Aro. Mediclno Mil HoieL Mur- Boolf Besttle t ptr Co.; Cranbrooi Company. Provincial N'ewa Company. Plnchtr Dr.- JIcC rear Mitchell Drug Co THE Risibility of arranging for tire building' of the'road. That is all j there 'is to the auesliou. It is to the legislature lo dictate the i details of the new contract as regards grades and quality of road, and Mr. Sifton is keeping strictly to the promise made lo Ihe legislature and people, tliat nothing would coiiseul nf thf people's representatives. In .view pf .the fact that Siftou stood out for another of question and fought for'his contention's from court to cjourl until perial Privy Council decided adversely, ;t is dishonest to Iryimd [create the impression that Ihc present legislation is a fnuneup..of i politicians and lhat the'premier has fallen for the policy of .other 1 parties All the premier and the Literal party as represented by the majority in the legislature is doing is to .respect for the I decision of the highest judicial body in the Empire and to end difficulty about this famous railway. To jsuggesl any other motive is purely the work of an intellectually dishonest and the member foi wnrkintf together to solve the amls; BUT LIKES His THE WEEKLY-HERALD 1 year In advance "months in 'advance 60s as a political'bugaboCL The opposition worked the A. overtime in the recent provincial contest and were severely; re- pulsed. Apparently 'tlic'; Jjadcrs of lhat party are loo dense ;to take a .aud'. Garrulously., Huadle.y. Its gospel truth, with-the appearance of.real wheat, iket slides. thi Czar would like to have had the royal his' in'armiiig diugKlers, a striking group of-v.hom jr.-shown here. row ol blast holes made it J LACK OK PROPORTIQX IN REPRESENTATION There is au epidemic of petty crimes-hi the- police are handling at.nobly. We svere'.iilfiioslfgoirrg to'jiay Ihal the sun four hours in the" dajyiri Southern Alberta. DR. STEWART in liis speech in the legislature devoted a great i of the recent redistribution iii the Province ;imd" charged that it was mosl unfair lo the' Conservative's.- His argument was Hint Ihe Conservatives polled 48 percent of Jllie." voles iu Ihe province, but 'oiil5Jhad thirtyrtwo.per cent of the We have not investigated ih'e doctor's figures, fjbui admitting them' to be true migKt point out to the esteemed )iiicmber for this city, that in the; last Ubmiuion election the had almost the same proportion. -The Calgary Alber- :i1an very well points out in the. same ;connecfibn. that in British last" provincial-eleciioii-the Opposition polled forty per cent of the voles, yct.nul.it single Liberal wiis i iim nrmlv Ihp. same arcu- (Monetary Times) Excellent conditions In Western Ca- wrae reported in an Interview Monetary. Times had the [other day with Jlr. C. W. Rowley, ot tie Winniiies-Mancb o! the' Bank ot Commerce. Present in Whv should a'- town-not extend its privileges to manufac-. .he said, are for'a crop ab- of law. Thr anuiial repo'ff isn't necessary to convince, it merely confirms thai the C.IP; R. is a great, irisljtulion- The Mon'arcii and-Noble district soil went up in value, this year, if yields" i It was uniformly goodi We wish bur nortiiem sister no harm, bufare glad'thaf a real estate is not necessary in. LetHBriage Herald-just'la-show there is no real financial.slnn_ competitions forty per cent of the voles, yet.nutu snge era ii. Herald-jusf to.show there is no real nanca-sn :-tlecied. Probably the doctor wpuld-not.applv the same argu- of a miie of Jollars for compelitio that he, represenlaU.on foinid to exist all Uie provinces, and, the Itipr Spudsr-certain system. ,propprtigiial; represent- of'everyone-w :'M5rbe fouiid to exist pro'iinces. and, the ifts'system. rcprescnt- (atipn io'-'rc'm'cdy-Ilio meantime, we the who. is .quite Consen-alivc Ihtr 'provide in the n for: If .tljP- o crop'it' i'cnr, nd it-vrpduced an enormous crop. This does not mean that every (arm needs'dynamite, but there Is room for Uguglitful in places where ko subao'.l Is known to he heavy and hard; to. consider the matter and per- hnps experiment a little. He is a'wife man who-is teaming. lyiuivu-uiujj redislrihuUqn a remedy If Ilie, not hand oul-a square Edrnpnton, surely tht? will see tlsal he supports m. the HpoVninipii Aviji walk'jhe siraiglit and naffbyv'piith in this regard: j of e'fhe average which grade well handle. Mr owley'la a ieen, conserralive ob- erveV; and the reliance can reports and "From all reports that we have jrom our hranches, customers ci others Who have travelled over he continued, have no'hesitation In saying that occurs between now and the'iima'the tarmers deposit their dol- ps orients tn the tani, tbs West 111 have as great, K not greater, pay- int power than it has In t'ae paaL The lutirnopth at six weeks has been is nVarif. Ideal na r- will, proliably he b.e.tte usual, the- straw Is short, and that jflllTrldac'e tho bS har Add to the; Improvejrien mixed and OH, -TP .HAVE .BEEN THERE! .Mercurr) They, say lint jjeaches were selling Hamilton on' nlBht at About once In lifetime the consumers come In (or an Wtr'a'fhnirigs like IhaL be-ran-expreisioni-p again you happen erevv to see. one ot the- pests, swat him anyway.' Mv The Dcmoc'r'atic.Tai-Yif revision-bil! is wearing out the patl the M's bad tvfjt the journey from rom eo could not be shared by a-. revision of the Canadian 'W ralElnr, (hat has taken piac .the Some u.jiab.le .lo resist his temptallon .b -icake a joke ;vltti he'Christian Mmts of their children: Tha Somerset JWufe o the a Frosty Winter .and an. Altiod Day. Weeks. Thtre Is something to be said favor ot riimins: children in thrs order of their arriTat-Primus.Sccun. dus e'tc.-hut i'l'is .unfortunate for a well kuorcn Canidlan that It should bave fall.en.to.hl3 lol to le Qulntus. His nnfne Is always apt peering in.lho papers-as Mr..Q. Curri- Bally ChroWcte. klCKING THEM AROUND ihould to pay considerable PARTISAN, OFFICIALS; v-qPHE SlEDlClNE HAT TIMES- declaresfilial man iivnliHntrV-Ri.il.' anijointedi-W public oflice-he should bis political views U legislature should view'we are'i A accord and an ofilciol who1 din-s Ihe admonition neyer again., iiv'e'up to this'ideal inusl ei'p.er.t'.lo Willis political head. 'c-innof-c oninniml nnnointCu DV milb IU U LJ IU sinnersVriibrigsl.ofllcjals.appointed by I .iothpolilicarparlies and it-is omy.lp-he expected thr.i wlier i -i TrtTir- Or t change-s occnr, these it'is most lose their! jobs. mcn'wKo av On UlllCl IliliH' l3 -I "'iri.polfUcs wliile'hojding office, a govern- which "happens lo Ire of "another .complexion than the 4 the-limehe c The "Cons live go vcrn- has Ixin prone to dismiss men of Ibis type, for 1 _lilt _1 Somebody hascalled: the premier oi the prpvince This expression-was not prompted by a llioughl-of that anynals propensity from Bruin's habit ;pf gazing victoriously ara iisilally. perched notch of the -highest, tree: s I oOier rcSsoii the Indian I; held and if'one hud Only ...wiis remo.ycd; held it could no I thanieTciisjjlaycd-any.parlisanship during the Ofticials should be encouraged, fast apprbaching; >vhen the Civil service i'i be removed entirely from-politics, and when' that lime I it-will be'beiterVor ;RESRECT FQKfllGHEST COURT. V 'FllErKOPI.E'of A.lbcrla rnaVt surely by this limeJKS familiar 1 1 with' all phases of tlie Great.Waterways issue ;t It lias been Ih'rcshtd oiit Wo'rouglily'liiithc pn'ss and on the plat -I', -form for four ywus and nr. can for a momcn -vbe derciveii by nii.ircnic-senlolioris being made ir a'ccrfain section of -the press. Whatever llie incrits or dp merits of ilic originnl coniracl the pcbplcfof 'Alberta decided th should be broken, and broken it ,wijsicj.''leavingjhroKcn the .co the-- Province is paying on'Ulyousand; in inlerest on the A. ns alleged by Mr. Michcnery his followers -t. of castin a. few. mpre .lliqusand in Ihe legislature of casting a. few in Ie egsaure s. judging bj-their- tactics- in the legislature. Hardly .consisferjl, is il? If press jmich. he ynnouncemcnt thai-the farmers of Arkansas, rado, arc lo migrate lo and "develop the-IKC -..1...V'. ilin. "Kiinincss frbm -seed to .suga sugar indiislr and would do iii .coi of Its debts and ease things material; lyV lie E-ast by so dobg. .Of course, 'there wllfbe disirlcls and individuals whds'q VOP' will not come to tho average; "but thts happens In all coun- trieX.eyery ycar- Possibly, It Is on 'trfe-a, every yev. "fo'salWy, It on Vccounf.of drought, or too much mols- hall, or some, cause over which' the farmer nas no control, but I ain Ul Is fled In tho majority of cases of k'riowledse. Industry. and method. or poor munageraent on the part of the farmer. am'flrrnly convinced that Canad- ian conditions are on a safer, saner, tas It ''today' than they have been time. Everybody' 13 work- g S liitie harder, and a little r and' cutting out extravagant habits n'd eiliendllures, and all Ihlngs .combined mean an cas ne'cf general tonililions throughout no matter the financial on'dltlohs may be elsewhere, and al- o flat the next .ten years in Canada -lil sbow a greater development Ions- immigration, agricultural and ne'rcaiiOle lines than during tha past Is just ofticUlly. are by the rulei of the game, and have been'playlno.lt on th. :Cir.adlan stock rnarketi for time. IlllUltKU' IV f f 'j the .Mtga i nnich for.the country. "George Iloadley.tajUs nvo hours on (leul.anc Ihcit succiimK to' 'reads 'U 'liMd Jinc1.; He ,cpuld Invu lotd in iiye min'ulei, and-thus saved ihirnJ self from aucii-'an'ordebl.- Hut Dr. Stcwm-l on deck, WITH DYNAMITE (ChrlBtian Guardian) n Cassier'a Monthly, there is an tofcatlng article by Zeao Putnam en dynamite In farmlnif. He lalms ihal In many cases tho (arm- SClf iriHM avitll-'in t-. Ihe revivcd.'so we mind, as long as he had -little amusement. fhict the legislalnro in its. wisduin tl.ie boil money to Ihe general revenues of the prqVitecV -Litigation f.ol- Wwed'.nnd the Imperial Privy Rbirils. '-'First, that the legislnture had Hit riglit'Afl.'canccI-ifje conlmcl. i-'-' -Thai ends that part of the court in Ihe. British Empire climinaltd the stories con- cocled in cerlain newspapers'about.W.'H.-'Clo'rkc'still threatening trouble arc so 'many jokes. The Inijteriai-Privy Coinwil sustained -the action of the legislature and .CJarkc is'down ;irni oul. is no appeal from and no.'flexibility lo n Privy Council ile-( As ruled in "cphformily namely, to buim ..i.-ii., ruling was not palatable Iff the goycrnmenl or the majoniv :ic'pc6pie of Allwrla. bui it hn'd (o be respected and in accord- Ih'lhat ruling the jegislaiu.re is.iiow ussun.iipg the respon- ALEXANDER LAIRD, JOHN AIKD. Gener.1 V. C. BSOWN, of Wwlere Ihe OrwdVri of Commerce, by of its larKe mmber Provide oiCiiain, irtlh direct l-ondon, Mrmco flTKi THE IETHBRIDGE BREWING AND .v MALTING COMPANY, ev, has .no accesi lo the plant food In the soil, other than what IB found'In a (ew feet or even Inchei.of the surface. We can break un-Uie surface'soil with the- plough, but of- ten'lbe soil Immediately below where the'plough reaches loo solid for the ilriy plant roots to. p'eneuate. But have begun lo use dyna- mite to pulverise this too-solid suh- "id C.Ir. rutnaiii tells wilft w'nal i. a Con.nccllcul grfiirer plitiUng peach or- Ichtrd, alternately dynarofled and holes, and three years later planted In tbe dynamited holts cash bors from three to.six m'xfiels' of fVuit, while Ihoas planted n the tand-dus holes were dried up ,n'd frallless. Another peach-growt-r reckons Inat he 'gilo-a two years by the drnamlle method. in South Carolina dynamited land raised 33 per cent, more corn in geaaori than It had 'ever done before. A Kansas farm, worlh lets an: acre for crops, now produces from per of crop, Dynarjlle did II. .A 10-acl-e swamp couM not be In the ordlnarj' After exercise, a bottle of A PRIDED Beer. how hard you no matter how tired and hot you'may be, a bottle; of, "Alberta's Pride" wH prove a certain revivifier of lost energy thirtt-quenching, satisfying. tHE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANYrLimited PHONE554 ;