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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f age 4 LETH8R1DGE DAILY ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1WT Pablirlvrl tht Htrald Printing Co, Ltd.. every uw- ful tvenlna at It. office. Sixth L.thtrldjt, Albert C-an.ia. PHONEl Ftjcrtcrlsl And NC.SI 122-i W. A. T. W. QUAYLE FKONEl And Jei 1252 DAILY HATES rear dellrered i.ywr. by mall 6 Norths dctlver'Cl SWM mocias, DJ ni THE fJAitv GERALD FOR SALE AT -6Sd Brcn. Alun, ..w." _ atO. '.'crassy fit" L'-icclCf i Hotel. MeV'clns'.'Kat -Afilal'Jbla lira Me 'MrrjMd-A. Vew5 StpS'lOSA-Sft_Aya. 'liy ?Co BooS" p'lrichtr Str.'.Ion toward Heaa. St. News Co., Cpmriny.-- Carrmngay-Crirenco Kaol- -' thn.- Co. .V Co. Smrtmenl in a business like and practical We do not has not. But in .the technical man wte.Hrepuking for geu- decision whai has been tlie i hands of iiie'few: bririg but'these points' to arouse inleresrahd discussion am Betwixt and Between Every Bug Hn Diy. Olanti the fans Jaw We bring but lliese pouiis 10 uruwc uuvim prauie of wonderful clouts by d to show the need of a gelling together and debating them for Run BAn-t bat; the are n .....n.Kmniinnni -ibandonmenl of arm cs and nancs, as mey me. women- ui oa.. cgnsenl of Ihe Great Powers. w'hai all-men-and even the Powcrs-t'icmsplves would desire.1' of Peace and Hague Con- do.not appear to lire materializing o'f a i 'PROFITABLE FAIiMlNG. METHODS of inen like John T. are V i wcll'v-orlh those who are in Hie iiidiislry. ;He has abandoned Ihe growing of winter wheat, and he will not W alone in considerinfi il un unprofitable crop. ;ger righily emphasizes the imporlnnce of summer election. itio'ri'lo 'ilopulauon. inan, i. -jT f r. ?lyj? (.j-, :-rx fintinijy f i Calffarv Holders of real csiate-.on anlex.icnsiybjcale.ih.Calgary o ntiijiijici fallowind for if there is anything to be derived from.the lessons "'of the present harvesting it is that loo much attention cannot he nrad'lo this phase, of fanning. .That is (o say if farmers desire -lo make their industry an enduring one; and lo get the largc-sl of prolH possible from the. produce of- their lands I. It is- hardly necessary in these days when the bencfils of "mixed farming-have been generally recognized lo cite individual But still Hie tale told by Mr. Heninger 1ms ils useful mirpose in encouraging men to persevere in the new agricultural Sopmenl. At any rote there will be some hl.le snlis aeUon in the fact ilial a certain degree of independence wilh regard to Wdrteb'maybe Plained by crealing Ihe same, sp lo speak, on one's own preriiisei; That in the shape of slock to absorb a por-, "lion of'the produce, audio return it in a way in which a greater, value per bushel may be obtained.' THERE IS MUCH NEED FOR DISCUSSION trUll', Ll-VlTER of published in onr columns of yes- 1 Icrdny, is an for lhc! n'ccwsiiy of calling a mecliuH of citizens lo discuss the various phases of the coming election. With rssai'-J the seleclion of Ihe for the dcpar'lincnl of public Ihal of public.. Mlililies Ihcrc is bound to be a variance of opinion. It will be a case of the man with technical knowledge, or the man with common sense and ability, for dealing with affairs, although noi possessed of a minute knowledge of the'same. Without advancing our we nniy put Hie .ques- tion which is bound lo be uppermost in men's mindsi "Which is il to Shall we, let us say, follow Ihe cxampje.'scl in the Empire cabinet and select a man who has never, bctn in sea for 1 the position of First Lord of Ihe Admiralty? Or shall wc.nnrrow down his qualincnlions to a precise and technical knowledge of the affairs of. the department lie will have to couW? rT'ic cabinet cxflmple is, of course, too wide in its hearing on a purely local ,We introduce it merely as mi illustration, in that the niihd's'of.Sqme may run in what may be cblled the broader jp'oove. again, Hie question may ansc, Is Die niiiina up whejhtr.Ibis tnmi a, r_ ,T -tr-. if, rlfiil TirlJTi (np n.'irll squeaihi" over the taxation.- v-lfic: absence of'victims on wliom.lo nvtlqad on the land burden- cd'.-tnaa.T '.-''i- If Ihe mayor is in slaling thai the superintendent of the electrical dcparlmcnl' should go under Ihe commission form of noverniiicnt, tlie fact 'caiinol'bc emphasized too. a man like Mr. Arlhur Reid should be eleclcd commissioner. Cone to think of it, the council had a strangle hold and toe hold combined employees.'. With wln-l ler rcaiing everyone ponder where his summer's wages have decamped, and with Jobs'as Bcarceiaa the proverbial hen's teeth, th. denliens of the cUyj hall' hsn -nolhlnS :loi say but- "belter luck'neit time." II every thing kad 1 been: booming in' (he west, Utliat old I Stringency, bad-hied Tiiiib'ucfoo other out- ......ItsVspot in 'Teddy Hoosevelt's'hir I py hunting grounds, it's a ten to one shot .the cily would be about 'steen energetic; employee's short the I Short space'ol nioph. .In ba'seuall the council '.'hit 'em. they after.-iEaldDB a.dene- ova "mess" of -things at times during 1 their turn" at tho youBottadmit the aldei'manio. bunch, cleired .thel 'decks In pretty fair fashion for the I final run Into port..... Another bright Idea struck the Cily Dads this week when they got a Jiunch the voting clause in the city clatter I was a a reality; :The me- thod of voting as set forth In the original clause In the now charter had B' Chinese puizle looking .sideways.! Now It's A man can vote] almost any'old way now and not spoil ;6n'a facetious alderman fiad" the temerity'io rernarlt that even 'the women'would able tb'caBt their first ballots without running more An Early Message Of Newness are all ready to fit you out for snows and blows .end cold weather. Our splendid new assortment of Suits fl'nd only of noyelty ideas, but.of everyjsize and every wanted the man of fashion a big-advantage :Our styles 'are know this by comparison. Our prices are know this by experience. "Ouri values arfc know thii'b'y'tKe steadily, increa'sing number men who are wearing -Fit-Reform garments. So, you may come here for your 'Winter Suits and Overcoats with the'assurance of getting good "styles and'good values, at'exactly the'right prices. IVIcKelvie MeGuire i DEFUNCE. (From a speech at Xcwry.) A-- jet up teat (the provision- it. tolrt ttiit It'is SkW T wo of .told UjM Us torn. -WUcl rtll bo news to fllegalj. of Is "i Uiinml T an act 01 rar- .ir be fair voterj. ciiintcn COURTS." e IH'sal- I was reaalng act. of Par- the other, day forbidding U. IUio'-'reasoii the gpverrirneht-dar'e not Interfere Is >now i tlie. hibmcnt'. they' Inlerrere'wlth you tneh you will.not brook' their Inlor- Icrence, nnd llieii me at- you do not'-hrook their Interference the know, ledge would he-broiigbt home-to every roaii in England tliat-riot only wero you In .earnest you pre- iwr'cd to make .any. main- lain your' the' riio'niont that -19 tlie; government know well tlielr game Is up.' There- ford'do not be afraid of Illegalities." silt skirt rather than one ot the tie order. The lady would stand more chance of making the grade. How- ever the chivalrous men will surely never see the ladles niri In vain. V Tils Is ladles' day. In fact every ay day lately. They are ittlng Into the spotlight with charm- ng regularity. City.Solicitor Ball has ecided that nnder-the new charier adlcE over 21 years of are liable o tho 13 poll tax. Tho collector la now on the trail. H lie has the nerve o tell any lady to her face that she ooks 21, and can collect the thiee cimoieons without resulting facial damage, we'll buy him a bean sand- INFERIOR TO ARGENTINA. (Winnipeg Free' Press.) A new Ureadnouglil for Argentina has Justtoeen launched from the Fore River works In New KnEland. Argen Una la a smaller country than Canada with less population and not nearly so much revenue; yet It ha? a navy which, presumably, 11 mans In a rei sonably'efficient manner. H pcop- by of Spaa arda and which It I ol usual to regard aa more adar ble (o naval service than people o British Block.1 Yet, Indubitably, wha irgenllna docVaa a mailer of coura lan'ada cannot do, it wo are to hat half o! 'our population which a ccpla Mr. Borden as chief. th ntcd deteriorated? THE MAN. (Vietoriiv L'olor.jst.) A man ,named Edward McDopa was recently found In lodglng.hou in Ran rVancUcb In a an a state of coma. His sirroundln who. claims a leclimcal Swd if ami ami u knowo .mon, th, vert lordlcl. In hln pocket tingle Bo but (ccurely clothes woro bonds and lerarlt to the viliis of ail-in gooi piyinr csmyarlw Pethsps thW Is'U CMO ot THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy-cooling, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;