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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Thursday, Odoher LETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1W7 Published by the Letl'brldgs Herald Printing Co., Lid., every fli! evening at Itt office, Sixth Street, LeOibrldgt, Alterta, -I. PHONB: Report wlal And Newi 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Director -T. W. QUJ.YLE Minsijlrj Eiltor JOHN TOHRANCS Manner. PHONE: Advertising ClrcuUUta 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES rear delivered......J4.CO 1 yew, by 6, SJ.OO C Cloalhs. by run! 3 months, delivered S contUs, by resil-.... 1 month, delivered___ 35c. J raonUi. by mall----- 51.50 75c as cries as ttjartsfW m'-isl te R THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross 0rus VVesllate Droj. Wide World News Co.; News Shop, H> Grausell Street, Spokane JanitesonNeffSCo. 70S Hirer S.'dS Arentf, Graisy Lake Grassy Llfca Kemp .Co- Bcoli Store: i. G. Rob- erlson fi Co.; Jackson S Co.; Aiexanta Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kecnj- Allln; LetbbrUsa Hotel Cigar Stand; Ecpresi But- fe{ I.uac'h. Oianr-ni D'Arcx Medicine Hat Hotel D. Ferg-oso3. n'li thli..j It is I'litirely with a ilcs'uv for.the fu tu'rc: are of the city uud iho comiiiunily that we intend to do 'oil1.- par! in stiiuulating SIR WILFRID STILL DEMANDS.-. LARGER MARKETS FOR.. FARMERS St. Johns Que., Oct the ouGcryatlYo effort, lo divide the Ub- eral (orpes la the western hall of Que- i Oct- 4 norut nation day for OliateauEuay county (he sauio dato as tbit chosen by Sir and in Canada, Ue s.iiarteg and tho comfort ot the" aoorlne people increased. (Dries of "true, from tho crowd.) Sir WilftM continued to say that it s so nearly a miracle that tho Con- IVlHrfd Laurter. for his here. .--.r cnislimitkm, mid !o llic ti uism of 111 Uiiio inj; nine. What we sliouUl likc.tlo see is thtj suceihvciilUng gother niiiss meeting of citizens to discuss undo ctily, vital issiies in the future InSlory-of -This in ten meet-; Woi a (OIH.WU, episode 'occurred THE WEEKLY HERALD- -J Published ftverr Vednesday in eight pases. eummiry of tte news or tbe Trwk. local end district I year ic'aavance 'Jl.OO 6 rho'titUa'tn arfvasce ing ought to bo convened (or prhcitfnYg'yii'WS ami opinions, not only'" of those -who nrc citizens wtau C. old schoolmaster of over SO years age, read an address Iroiu those old-Liberals fn'tae county Wilfrid and It qualilicatiotis luenl. .which ure nercftssipr.fpf -.the 1HJ tlu-cc'coiiiniisstqni-rsbips.- Uy of will tciul-to in uVcii JKingput upjio pull certain This is 7 ,i. Ihcit? is no refisoTirwIij7 "it should' the cbniirig rone. More tluin ever bK-ijicii.a the jiar-; ticular in'the general .ami a pulling a triinnvirate ?ilv government whiciV-wi. aijould be-proud rocatrlDg tho or age. A Record of FWtUty. Sir Wilfrid retcrred to the Ions re- cord pt tUeUly to Ubi-ral prtatlples, lo thj credit of tho countv of St. John and Ibefyllle, and praised them thai, !A tKo last election in spite' p'r. see- tioiuil appeals to yreiudlce and pasEloa the name ot patriotism had been of tlio house of I thai would city for all men lo see. .Let now; gird. np. our set tjic.liajl csir of interest rolling.. A meeting osiuggesled thCdcsir; .o'nlinn ''.I'.i.i ,t tin im tn n'-lnvp for illld.a jr. jiihle pride in their on lo election tlay- it will be up for fihd.d ir ciiy.'to scc'Utat mtmTsi'-is THE MISSIXG POINT OF-'fHE RAILS TO HUDSON BAY have become almost n reality.- Thisj is of considerable interest not only la ourselves as a province, ijju't to llic Dominion in general. No i" the projccl when-' completed be n boon in the'way of affording another outlet for ;the prairie grain, but it will furnish.a menus for linking Eastern and Western Canada. i N. S., Daily Post yifews'.jj) [jicyrailwav, and the tycw .navigation route which is a.ieyrgjlary, a large markel Ifor the products of Ihe cast. II sees a bright prospect of trade .lUeyclopment.- between Cape Breton anil niiijtlle Camilla... Ten steamers.; alljunder ;from SI. Lawrence OTJRf TOINT. ;OF t I Latest reports that ler .gQvernnient. cc ports to Porl Xeison since July, wilhbiil acr.'i- .jje'ht. This that the routejs purposes: municipal.elecliontday. r- vyilii.Uicopcning of Ihe Panania CasjalSve shall; be furnished r There "will fife plehtvof candidates a western route for grtiiri. Norlli, east" wallj nnd It would thing hilj.'oj Mayor Spencer.of-Jledicine Hat providing for paHtrreservatiobs in all "3.. years Toronto Star ijintsiTrat some of liis ideas on i'ciieions are of the same age> iniglil vcn; .welKoonsulciilhe. meiit-pf a "class to.instruct ,-voteVs to the ot toss who talked thai; il vvaa nol tha cart that spoke but alrnply Ihe stom- eh, which cried from famine. They be coDgralulaled on baring [ai'ed by their" guns. It. was not lough :an unnatural alliance Ilka bit'of. tha Imperialists flhd'tho Nat- tnal good was lo come. He ortlrasled the conflicting .promise opposing elements IB tho Conservative jiarty wlln the lack of it afterwards and prophesied people would vistt "a merited etrfou.tJon on their heads al tho noit lectSon for the deception practiced. Transformed f of Canada's inaterlal ieveolprpent. Sir Wilfrid claimed Uiat n. .its 15. years o( bis oeen transformed froin poinl ot He ehall- !n'ged-aiiy. ConservaUve la deny that h" trial" lime richea had doubled, the value increased of ftv'ery'product sold from St.1 JohnG" arid commons bju) become accustomed 10 say thit Providence hid done'H a'l. nSued that Providence ed the Liberals in these IE years- bill ITovldenco dW ubl also come, lo tile nf-.thn norJpn eoverunjenl. -Sir WlitrlJ related The blslory of Liberal -jeioeat'ln ILe early years of lie admlnittrotloV. "Tiiey had'set Ibeiu- eeHe-i the modification of Ihe larlfi, to increase the- means' of communication anil "to" Cftnadlan pro- ducts to foreign markets. Thcv had board comme achieved tlie once, further 3U exteoi-n modifying the tarlU by estaMlsWns the per ceul. and of.33'4 per cent. They had an era of railroad devel- opmeril lhat would in short lime qua- druple the mileage in Canada exiBthtg at .Uie llnVe they took power, and they bad canal schemes in vieu- lliat would lave sUli'furth'er increased the fncll- tles'of cohiinunka'llon. in Canada. There liad maneious increase n their expoHs, it was In Ibe lo further exlend Ihe markets of- Canada by securing for Catjadlia enlry injo tlio great country to'lbe, fouii tli'nl Ih'ey lost power, f lie had' otherwise-. Less Prosperity Under Borden. Tho speaker Ihen turned his alien- iWo.j-eais since the Con- servative govenihient Jiad couio Jnto n" "I Ihe partisans of trie Bprdeh gdyernmehl." he said. "1 ask tnerri.K'Uio'country- is as pros- it vas then. 1 awnit a response'from any lionesl man. They i slleriC.weH, listen lo Uie response im iheiricoasclence. U that the countfy-IB -not- Ha- prosperous ks .it was." Sir. Wilfrid said that" Ibere of tic Increaso oi the- Can- adian'markel thrcmgii Iho new Amerl- an tatiff. Sir oul In a short coinwrlison of Ihe presenl larlfl, with Hie reciprocity th'M he- lenpfilti couferieo under Iho lalloi A'ould have been Tnuch greater. He So'.d ot Mr. Koiltr'8 visit to China ami to make trade Iroatles dnJ their of-the natural market right al Uicir door. He-couM find nothlr.B the llorden government had done escepl discover an urgency tliat does not csil In Uie matter of the navy. In explaining -why Ihe 1-aurler uovein- had on a uavs Sir Wil- frid r.oiuled out that tho time ol Con- federation was no need ot one, but by IMS their shipping and sea- board cowmerc'o had Increased lo such one Tuero was n'o'.coiinlrj- 'In world of Iho population .of Canada with n'mari- lime boundary that'cUd -.'not bavo a H wai'io .'selt-eVWerit thai when the firii p'roposiUon was Intro- duced Ih Iho house of cbmraoos every one of Urn Xallonallsts and eicett lr. iMonk; whoVwiS'liouip In Ihe bed iutflclentli- loporta'nt lo atie'ml. TUa law they had nade'Vas lUll ttatufe In spite f Ihe solemn'pro'fnlBVs ijefore election. Then -hart c'qnithtue. Horden proposal lo slve J3 lo. Croat nfitaln o'u the "Bdort: of -urgency. The. last word had not .been 't'eird. 'oh this -question J rv tlio error' might be circumstances beyond lie cent rot of Ihe-govern men I uf feel- ing This, but'lne'facl rerrialned that' the country., was. riot so prosperous, thai real- etfale had diminished In value, a.n'd was more difficult lo sell, scarce, that many laborers had no that their djd'-'noi Ificrcaso although the cosl of ---I' 'A Departure7rom'frjSlllo'n._ -llaie r. "id Sir-Wll. frid, Iho strcagtll'of'o'jr'hrms, minds, the vigor and. enterpriBe 01 our rharaclerB thst wo devart from all iraiiitlon belonging lo'oiir tonst'itutlonal syslem and at- tempt .10. EClli) lo Great Uritain to huiwinlps thai we cannot-do II-for.ourselves or man .them, when It was a Lad tlice when such" coun- sels of despair 'obtaine government, -but liead of as Uie eun disappeared nt nlghtfall.'ind reappear- 'ed brightly as ever nexl day, so would the' Liberals of Canada come onco more to Ihi ada, wllh he affr.irfl'ln Can- Ihe inbra cy they liad already given 'ineir ad- herance to. iS.A FIELD TO MUST :-i 3 ESTABLISH' IN ALL PLACES be" routes 'opened for 'carrying to the niarlteis .of tlic world the incrVasing grain produce uf-ihc prairie. provinces. But .J there is one point of the compass still hnrf ed to fliat is the isohlh. When this is added we shall be in "an position a rich choice of outlets before its. But ugains't the southern route stands the harrier. which prc- ycnUJhesending out of frcc'wiieal. Aitd-wiih that outlet. closed ,tiiere remain.s the missing link to ensure full' competition and, ,-'1 hereby, a much needed reduction in freight rates. To cause to flow as easily :ts possible, and to gi.yclhe the option of (lie best 'markets is, 'consequently, not only a de- sirability, but a necessity. It is not only incumbent on our government to ensure facili- v lies in the way of outlets for trnde, hut fo'see lliat they are en- larged so that the grain producers the maximum ofad- Ihe dilTicilllyMhe.'elftto'rs-will-haVe td'face sckctioit'of (lie best Citizens. lo the dommissloncfships'shoulrt the''field Qd site tYiif lliesie rneh are, in e one's home blown-iiii.oifbe'iiehring-Sea. Help is nccdcd-ljiviHhe liORDEN'S POLICY-.IN. QUEBEC. COXSERVATIVKS nrc carrying "on. Hie cJoubJe-linrreled j campaign in Chateauguay. They are. largo iiumhcr of in the '.iJing and they. arc busy fishing for that vote. j "nomination day, the candidate, himself English speaking, 'declared "I aril a man of peace and jini nol.iii favor of cslnhlish- ong any naval law in this That doesn't coincide with >.'tlic" iiTfcrancifoHhose ultra loyal-Tories in'.otliir purls of Canada, yet these 'ultra loyal fellows are undoubtedly anxious that the candidate in Clirlleaiignay should win -even if his opinions, are 'contrary. Speaking for the (.'oiisc'rviilivc.jcatldfdalc on .day was a Mr.- Germain, a -Montreal lie appealed, to the electors to support llie Bordtli navnl policy because the 000 contribution was Ihc end of it; there wduld no no more money spent u'n the navy. 'This "declaraiion was simjlar lo thal'used Jy I'oslmastcr-Gcneral i'ellelicr. in bis speech in Ihc. naval debate in the House of Commons' when he was .trying to keep Ihc -Nation- alist wing in line. Vet our Cunse'rS-pttVc' loyalists' are looking to a victory for the candidate who is seeking support on such narrow lines. '6n-thc olhc'r hand :lhc Liberal -candidate is standing solidly fur the Canadian .navy, advocating il on every platform. II is a policy that appeals, to ..Canadians. cvtryv here. II docs ntil new! to he dressed up in different garbs lo Die .voters. ]inletcsts If tlic presenV-'A.' jujiljG.AV: arrarisjement'wn's-nol' in" (lie of (he produce there wqiild be 'e'xBrcssirjjii'qf yitw'.glonf linn frn'rri' Hm Icoislaturct -II niilsl tiial line f ro'iri jliherjils; fri the legislatures -It- gotten "thai thp'gngfnai.A; and G. nol nd.t.Jwifor eal was exposed by Ulferala It is Rogers is directing the campaign tcauguay.-. the comily lispe been eri'gaget Consertativesiup! to and on election The have (o depend" of ljie'fanncrs-qn( Having to-yotc tickel under proportional Yotwjfjfiyc the conscience, .lie can now promls candidates .wi'ihout iifis'ifa'ncy-ahd makt. good du his iiromise However may Ire-to moral The preaence of in the'field'as'Canditjafc for. llj position of cbmrnissioner of sonic, inio ific fighjli suggestion freejy'-ni with (leslriicliyE.cnficisjnj THE PROFITS 'OF'DAIRVINO. "By. following a-systern.of Inlclllgent feeding, raariy ed tbe annual of Iheir milking lierrds'by.'it ledsl Ibs. ot rcilk per ed In ail dairy herds in-Canada tha yea'rly. revenue" .iromviheni :would to wiih- out- adding lo tTie'.size'of.-tho Kven with greatly" Improved feeding liiia'de'sirsble'-frtuit could not be laincd unlejs'a wcH'oreanii'ea BJElcm of cow UPllng'-is, followed. Ruch an Improvement.i.BtbaEed.on a'study of cow 'in'-t'lie herd, llio retention "of animals and tbe following- system of .gcjierous feeding of economically produced foods. Wtillc'll Is fanners to test 'their own cows H is infinitely easier' "for them If some form of co-operation Is adopted TMa is clearly btougtit oiit.ifiTbullcllu Xo. 33 of Cold storagn ommisstoncf'B "Con- resting with1 on jampUng and'-Testlhg Ttfs which '-it published for free -ty 'Ihe' PuWlcMtona Branch of the ore, how "cow lest- ng assotlolonS 'are formed fan'd'worlt- ed as well as the these are to hose -who lahe'aflfa'rilflge--'0t them. i glimpse at iiic proceedings of.Christ con- tention in-Masscy bl ihis brganizalion. DOESN'T LOOK WELL. TV. hnllE, DOMINION C.OVKRXMEXT'S conduct in iipplicuiinh rnakt Irrvserjitfitif.Oe Y.OUR'TRIP: RAlt; To ,90 r ..Thi FARE To St John, November 7 to Deeemtir-il j LIMIT FIVE, hrougrt'. Tourist. and Standard -'In'tonhecilon VritM (innclpil Silllngs to Shlpi en Hute v Slopovlr and j'" full partlcularg and all S.B; MITCHELL C, B, DEPOT. PHONE "i'lj HEPRESENTINi ALL' tlNES n, DWrfet AsVni, From PortundrHiWixs': NOT.-29. ;.'i e'iftonlc Nov. York, U fljrmwin long KOV.-V9, PCC. 3 Boston, Liverpool AriWc The 'Liur'tntM-Min -largotf MeaincrirU'-.' ntifl-'prrrlKMlyj.ali i .and tntvcl. -The ars on tlib'liesl ac- 'fierJonS Class com- L-'bfntd.! ;ij -Krjte, 333 St. Winnipeg Ask alioal'OTr.Jflnjj Criilcra lo ama Canal amf. Wtst Indies, or Mcdlt- erranetn Oriusci id llie W. Passenger 'Agent ;