Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
'1i -i ,4 i il, f fi Ii i i THE HERALD Friday, October 10, VJ13 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHEp'oECEMaER i Published Iry 'tht-tetbtg-ldgB. Herald Prliv'ng Ml evsnlnj at Its istrctt, Lethbrldge; Alberts, Canada. PHONE: Artd Kewj-- 1224 T. W. QUAYLE; MfrTJftinj Editw- r JOHN TOP.RANCK 1252 i V. RATES r dollrored...... i 7ear, by mall 53-00 G dnllvetcd'iii S2-W q mcct'hs, by mail'.'.... S rionths. delivered Ji.OO 3 Dloatbs, by mouth, delivered 35s. 1 month, by as orten a5 b-jt tnj OJS Bddrejsej muit be givea. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus i- Brak Slo.'e; J. G. nob- ertsca Co.; Jacfcsoa Co.: Alexandra Hotel; Peo- Drug Store: Kenny fc Allla; Letbtnilse -Hotel' Cigar' Stand: Empres; Bal- fet Lynch. Oiarr.-ni D'Arc. Medicfne Hal AEsinlbola' Hotel. D. Ferguson. PLy Co.; Crantircok Uoofe Company. Xeirs Company. Pinchcr McCres: Mitcteli Drug Co........ Bros. Wide U'orld News Co.: News Shop, 445 'Gfaawell Street. News Co. 705 Hirer Side Avenue. Lake Hotel. .t .Co- Agency. Boot and N'evrs Store, IP3A Sth ATC. Wesi; WorM News Co. -Ptnchir Str.'.lon Edward .Heal St. Pa.ul-rWorld News Co. Kool- Co. THE WEEKLY'HERALD Pushed In eleHt 'of Ihore' conUSai sumraarj- or the news ol the week, icd 'district 1 reir'in advance.....11.W In'advance' ..is'oc ds, great though they stcp'ijdary ._ >'i -1 f l'i 'i coal field; areas. In irriyalion are only lite wisdom which nuture, from lime immemorial, doinonslraletl.to us fh the jing of-its banks by river Nile. Mwlerii-irrigation-lias im-j I proved on Ihis, and ils benoticcncc was tleuoted by tlio' cxucr- j ienccs cilcd bj-i Mr. Fairfield In North C.oloriOo. The speaker demoustrated Ihe 'great use of irrigation in bringing- about in- lensivc fnnmiig. That is the'object for arc'striving in j Soulheru AUicrla. and if our farmers weigh well and carry out Ihe put-forward, then (he address given ul the Hoard fl.THE TRUTH ABOUT THE Tl PANIC" i of Trade not have been spoken in ..vaiji.. (Toronto Star.) Colonol Oratie. ono of the TouiJQcnt survlvors'ol tbo modi k of aijj whose conduct on tbat occasion was has itrllton a Jjooli, "The Truth About the Titanic" Kcuasrly. N'ew Yorkf, and iVere are two particular (n.Uie.book lhat SCHOOL OUR POINT OF COMPUMEXT the School Hoard on the idea of iristilutfrig .school In an -agricultural province it is .only lilting that these should 'find a place in the education of 'our youth on practical lines. There will be inlerest added to the prograuif and the policy is laliing the. that which will" best engage the attention of young minds oh Jlie lines for" which' devised. Spmtlhing in the diversion lo the dry; of iicliool give a.nOcessary iiicntal! and physical recrealioh. f V love for agriculliiro" will give'ils help in (irajving alteiilion! coiintry.-.vH- have ils rlfcct in iiiakiiig a city enfeerjiot Jhc'bnly'one to be .i.'nnjcmulatcd.in the future lives of our cilizcns. Medicine Hat is'sufi'oring from an ice famine. How's thai? Thought the-Hiii ittuKall kinds of industfics. BetleKUy ing. excitement noticeable.is not over IJi't .opposition's blocjkaile.ofithe is-caused'by Ihe. wofid's'baseball series. lowered. We 'considered this i wise provision tending 10 allay, exciieineul. I did not recogulie any the t iiio -baud to Tbce." i Ihe possibilities.-ihp eullivalion of the plan! opens up in Ihe way TO "ibso ou'Jand this seemed a beau jof iiicrcnsiiig Ihe value of our dairy products and adding to Ihe T" beef miitloirilldaslfy. dr'aele iays..rpase In these days'vvheifoik'n raiiyes are becoini.ng WJIVI-P it'Svonlfl i now that tho tana Wgan to j jbe well for farmers.lo-consitier what Mr. FairUeld says as to while'the boats being possible'for'each adro of well-tilled laud to sustain one tiend. of stock. Kqually'iinpOVlaut is the statement thai a ton of alfaifn has.lhe Siimc- feeding vuliu- when fed to a milch cow as hiis ii ton of bran. The.1 Vase.with which alfalfa can ha grpwii in our cli- uiale and [he richuMs to which it attains ought to make farmers give it ilmattcutiphVvlfich'it deserves. Fariiicrs should also unite in carrying out Ihe suggest ion-as lo allowing the irrigation company Ihe earlier time between the middle of Aiigust'and (hu latter.parl of September For turning off the water. This would be for Ihe purpose of giving it the time for attending to the. necessary allow; I ing f at of for. hill "irrigation. The growing-of- small fruits iiud tlic success.shown 'lo be, attained .with be siifticifnt.to.causc th'e lessees of-the I cily go in for their.eullivalion. The Board of Trade addresses are well arranged features, but the only Value is to'carry out ii way llie inslrucliqnst policies and ideas put-forv.'ard. of the ituaest but I know tuey were cheerful' and 'as has teen 'Nearer Jlj- God to Thee' was ono ol the selections, 1 assuredly should have noticed It and regarded It as a tactless warning of ImmedJate to all 'and one Hkely ta create a panic that our- syec- ia.1 ejorts'.n-ere directed towards a- voidiiiV, and which we accomplished to tne- fullest extent. 'I know of only whose-names arc cited the neivspapers as authority, for tie tliat this hymn was oae of thosa played. On th'e other banu, 1 have ouesUoned. or. corre- sp_ondcd.wHh, Iccludlug the best quali- fied, flesTifibd eiilphatU'aliy to'thVc'on- trari.'-' ponder -the mailer, does It seem, highly ioiprobable that ivhe'n. the. officers Ver'e doing their utmost- to- reassure the passengers, th'ai another officer, the bandmaster, would cause to a' hymn 'so In its significance at sut-h a It is probable thnt the Junior' Marcodi ope- Uie. Titanic, ,whb survived, was right v.-ben he told the Niiw York reporters "thai thVbacJ'pIayed a tune- furpiece by Nell iloret, called passageln the book which "''possess Interest for Toronto Canadians generally has different Incident and "Keep in liimd'the'iiirtnedi.ute necessity of being t i____' ll. lo get. in to .the field the strongest people and to A-j Appears on page 33: Ihts time be Vas short of sea- men; and in tlie fourth boat he put the rirst'.rhah passenger. 'Are yo-j a sall- asVed, and-recelved the reply -from :tte gentleman addressed that'h'e 'was a yachtsroan. Llghtoller Mm It'he'was sailor, enough lo ret-oteribe bulwark lo--the Hfenoat, o so' ahead. This -passenger Major Arlliilr'-Peu-chen, of Toi landmarks uy whiclf it may ha'ppfly he "This fatls- be done by'turning ils attention to the numbers by vrhicli certain j 'of our slrcels are known. ci-.-. We refer lo Ihe confusion whidii-is at present o.itised by thej of letters A, B and sdni'c of these t i ,.-j ,---Facl.oncs..i-unning half lime and wages. -reduced, and better. dropped in giving an address much trouble and in- A jconvc'nicncb bolh in-locating Ihe addresses, and in delivcring-a j'iarccl orjnissivc, with consequent annoyance to both parlies To lake a parlicular case, m'Norlh tclhhridge there are no than four Twelfth Slrcel, Twelfth Slrcel A, Twelfth Slrcet B and'fwclflh Slrcel C. How much simpler would these slrcels known.by .Separale numbers'. "Take'u'wesl from' Thirteenlh Slrcel, Norlh, is no reason why they should-nol-he numbered Twelfth, Tenth, and Ninth. There may be something said against this in that .the muii- 'bers as suggcslcd will not denote a continuity wilh regard lo Ihe in the''south of Ihe city. ,lJul Ihis continuity is Destroyed iby the railway line. The continuity idea may be. all very well 'ihcorcu'cally, 'but as sonic of of the city-are laid outil !is somewhat of a snare 1o th'e Uhsnsp'ecling even id i.jhosc.in the city who arc not well.verscd-in ils street and avenue Just to mention another example there isiTwclflli Street A, We will imagine a a number over -100 :pn this street. He will most probably.ask for Twelfth Street A He will be.told the turning olT which he take hoping lo find Ihe number as he walks along, bill to his .confusion he will find further progress arrcslod by a'wooden fence, and will have lo make some kind of a lour.to find the in- .Iwruplcd sired branching out from; somewhere oil' SeVentll Avenue. It wouW make things much simplcr-if each street ba'd'ils own ;Tiunibcr where connection is llieoreiicnl might well give io the practical unmaking he easily located. The Chaleauguay .in'thc-gencraj ciec- tioii by forty-inajorify'. has pro'miscd about -f-'.f .1 If the lessons of this year are properly tnken to'beart there will he a vnsl in farinihg nieihods'.hbxl year. Every good farmer has a good crop this year. Poor.lactics on Iho part of Mr. Micliencr.ip.fry and political cscilement.over an issue as.dead as Xoah.'s when the world's bnseball scries is being played.' M V .ipillion dollar surplus looks like maly, Unt-thaLword .isnH sjrong ejiough.; _-; The I. H; not here to opprcifs They are here (o hulk of on casj' fnVilnnnv'i terms of credit.' Thft company's ing toward evcrylhmg bgricnliuralr-T.'hile' in Ih.c-citj': The car shortage is have how serious il becomes, we have tjijat R, is doing it's best. Tfial's as good as it'can do. Mnclcpd loses its. foremost, citizen through the death.'of .Dr. Kennedy. 1'or years his natilt has been a household word in the south where Ire-was recognized ps a physician anrii surgeon of the first true, wcslcx'ncr.- ,TO: THE EXCURSIONS OLD COUNTRY NOW IS THE TIME to let us make arrzngcmenU FOR YOUR TRIP RAIL ToMontre.1 FARE To Quebec T.OiStJohn Pally, November 7 "ie December 3t inclusive LIMIT FWE MONTHS Through Tourist and Standard Sleeping Cart In connection with principal Sailings to Ships side, v No change en rotfe Stopover and Extension Full patiEculare and alt details by S.Bi C. P. R.'DEPOT. .PHONE 512 J 'REPRESENTING ALL STEAMSHIP LINES R. DAWSON, Dirtrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary." who a'fqnitted blmseH as a brave man should. .My'energies were so'concen- trated upom this voilt of loading the toaig of this quarter that lapse of time, sense of-slght and sense of hear- ing recorded no impressions during thie Interval, unlit thojast boat was loaded; but there Is ono fad of which I am puslUve, and that ts that every man. officer, and member of tbo crew did .their full duty without Bfgn.of fear or'confusion." The concerning Major chela's oocnslon-r-the dehbo'of Lieut. UgMoller ami others and npw of Col. amply that .he dld.vi-bat would have been Wpected-of flny energlc man of l'pn, OE that for.Borvice .wiierp courage, and action CHANGE.. Free Ills repoHed-frcm Calgary tiiat the made up of the leadIng-hiiEiness-_men of the city, will etart an'agitation in favor of recipro- city Jn withjha United States, Two years ago Calgary had the shivers at the merb .thought of our guileless] wheat croEain'g Ins boundary and INTEMPERANCE MEANS .-1 INEFFICIENCY. I (Vancouver LOne of the of the Juternat- loual Congress on AlcohollBm a( Milan referred "to 'theT that president son of tho Unlteil Slates, are total ors. Ho migiithaVe added Mr. iRry- an'a name, and'also, the names of kings, emperors..nud statesmen'" of other jiro inCft temp cr- ate. In their use 'of alcoholic jbovcr- ages. Tbe a man poulil to a fieavy'drlnlscr .and a iKqditr, of-'meu has pasatd. J ADVlCEkTO LETHBRIDGE. Hat Times.) Lethbridge has one more new 'pbMcV, has named In- spector Skelton-as Chief Davis suc- c'esEor. Chief Davis as a chief of po- lice had few equals. Horwaa a'laan of Tvlcle experience lie .resigned. .how- ever, tetausc .of -the fact Ural, he was held down by too raanj-ropc-a and not do justice" to himself .or- his 'posi- ion. also a man e. experience, has been a lieutenant of Cblcf'pavts, lut 'contam'na.ted by -coming In'jMs succl-sa, like Umt of Iho contaut: with United .Stales instltu-; (retiring noliccJieaU.'will 'depend lions; and'voted the unpatriotic .interference., of the powers tlmt posal dDHTi.ji.v .a majority fcr R. D.v'lie. However-1.ethuridge ouslit to bc- Dennelt" that rid into'Uie thousands. Jin to realize ,bj; ,.noy. that., ono man only .should and (or Ihis jeasop Inspector'SkeUon .may makc a OUR POTENTIAL WEALTH. 01' US if asked suddenly whether (he figure (i on the our watches aru in Uoman or in ordinary, imin- ..crals will he ablt io give correct answer? Vve. shall probably "guess at one or the olhcr, ami find 'thai in.cither case "wo arc (.wrong. Kor, us il happens, in most watches there is no lirjure C fSls place being by Ihe little hand which marks (lie seconds This merely serves as an instance Ip slum- bow unobservant' of us are. Wilh this peculiar failing it Alts us 'made acquainted willi facts which eil'hcr wii have not observed ;.or have not consider.'And so whm men like siipcrin- jilcndenl Fairfieid'of tlic Expcrllifcrilnl Fnrm Id) us of tlic'ureai 'potential wcallh of (he irrigation lands 'lying oi.bide our Vdobrs, wonder why we have mil taken stock of Ihis btforc jinadc the most of them. He has jnillcd us up, ami now Jiavc ninuf ifole of all.be hi say we renlixc wlml ricli assets' we possess lo help in Ihe. dcvclopiiicnl (if Ihe oily.