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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE'DAilA' HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OECEUiER PufelMej by the Lethbrldje Hs-ild PHr.Unn Co., Ltd., every Ivl tvenlns at iu Sixth Strict, Uthbrtdgt, Canlda. PHONti Knd Ntwa Department 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Dire etc T. W. QUAYtt Crfitcr JOHN TOR FIANCE PHONG: Advertising Circulation And 1252 year'dtllrered 6 months, delivered J months, delivered I moath. delivered OAILV SUBr.C3IP7IQN RATES H.OO 1 jear.'by ras.ll Y. S3.W 6 months, oy wall ji.OO 3 rcocths, by nail 75c 55c. 1 couth. by cull !5c. as tsjih nev.aafl oil roufl ti Klten. THE DAILY HERALD FOB. Red Cross Drug Taoer- Book Store; J. Q. Rob- erUon t Co.; Jackson Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny t Allin: Lelhbrldge Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress But- fct Lunch. Dijnvni D'Arc. Medicine Hat AfslalbolA Hotel, p. Ferguson. t Mur- pty Co.; .Cranlmjofc Coot Company. Xmi Company. Plncher McCrea; Co........ Westlake Bros. Vancouver Wide World Newi Car N'ewi Shop, .''.Qnnwell Street Junleson NewflCo. .105. River. Avenue. -Catty flruiy Lais Hotel. Minneapolis Keiap .t .Ct> ten Leading Book and N'ews 109A Sin Ate. World XeVn'Co." PInchtr Str.ilwl Edward Read.' St World News Co. Clarcnco KnoV Dululhr-World News Ca Fubliiaci ev THE WEEKLY' tdotjday In ATSiSft l ins sewi or the wnfc.-toal t year in advance ..11.00 i nonths SOo Monday, October will furnish something m the' nature of 'iiovolly, Thai is if fimu- 1 crs lake stock of what they Iiavtf observed, aud tlistrncl attention the slcrcotypctf agricultural routine hithert eraUy practised. to IJIPERIAL NATURALIZATION. IN CONSOLIDATING the scheme union of the slates of Hie Knipirein somellrin'j; nibrc tlinn-ji the ;mnrmncemcnl made by Poslniiistcr-Gejiei-Ji Samuel, ofj Ihc Krilish cahinel, is an important one. 'Speaking at Slontreal, in was a valedictory speech. He ihc principle that (riuaii who is ;'i British ciiizeii anywhere in'tiicTiiiipife should a British citizen everywhere.- To carry Ihis irilo effect he is.lh.led-with uiilhorily-Unit a liill had been drafted, and is now in a; form generally agreed between thergovernineiits in all perilous of Empire, for the cslabushment of 'a' uniform Imperial The measure is to lie introduced'in the. next session of the lirilish parliament, and will speedily find a" pla'ce. in ihe statute mon br-ecpe'ndency; and intents nnd purposes a-BrilislvsuJjject; should lose tlinl identity foir setting step in any of it, inust appenr'as'.sometlnfig-fiicQh'nriiOus.- Under Hie present scheme 'auciris' itsrijiiiiii'- disadvantages must be iljipii.rcnl. i The matter-; 1ms-vexed tlie-inimjs qfisialesiuen in all nifVls of, Einjiire, and.has fecn-broughtioT-Ilfc attention of the central pulhority. iL-hocouies law, will in its length and.breadth of the Empire make a reality pff the a British subject." The prerogatives iniplied ih.Bnlisll.'citjrenship -will not'only be'iiniilcd to any qtie portion onheEiiipirc'.bii.t will be'rcspected throughout thc-wliolc. Thus-there; will be developed that-larger fec'flliineiirwhich is esseiirhd'in Ihcjschcme of Imperial unit.1. THB DISTRJtCT: HILPOHTl of., the" fairs which have been published'in our- columns only .interesting to the respective locqlities'where they held, bul to the public take a concefn.iu'fhe agnclmufal development of ibis-part pf the province.- Without exception we view in these a going one belter >thau fhhl previously held iii the districl. But.this is not the most en- couraging sign of progress. A noteworthy feature is the success-: Till, exhibition "of as compared the line of ex- -Iiihifs which have been accustomed to meet the cyns of the judges. We may refcr-to the showing of apples.at Magralh for iti- .SjlSnci.', demonstrating tlie possibilities.which Southern Alberta ,soj) and climate can make rcnlities if judiciously persevered vVilh. Further we may.note the introduction 'of Northwestern Dent corn as exhibits both at Taber and Warner. This is a testimony jtft. life variety which conditions in.this part of the province lend themselves. It may he that the production is-only, in the.experimental s'.age but the mere fact that corn, such as. shown, car; he succcss- fully grown will be an incentive fcr'the; new industry to be lakfn up. Here our district fairs will, earn- out the object for wiu'ch they arc.primarily designed. Thai is lo turn the minds of agri- culturists lo those things which will (end to ni'alte their particular industry more lucrative. Where pnc'or-'two have succeeded 'others can. The successful raising of corn generally, will make history in iiic agricultural duvciopmcni of So.uihern Aibcrin. it will mean ftiiiongsl other things Hit enhancing of. ilie price of Jnml, in (tin) ..'.IhercAyill be a stimulus given lo farmers from over the bordfr lo rqme in and take up an industry'which is common to many of .them. The commercial utility of cofn'ls one which every farmer [will appreciate, Again we may allude to the significant'strides in the sheet) denoted by the Warner c'xnihil of'J. P.! McKay; All ,lbese features point not only (o agricultural activity but lo in- the parls.of our producers', This should persevered in for, from present revelations, there is no telling to what limits resources of the different districts may lend themselves. The Success which has attended the different local fairs tn- THE CHATEAUCUAY RESULT. i'THK. CHATKAl'GL'AY bye-election resulted as (ions result, in a.victory for the government. Liberals will he disappointed.ut lusiug this seat which has beeir Liberal since I Confi'dt-ration, but' there is 'uo need in bcco'miug cUscpumged. i When a parly is in power it is much easier to than at yeiiniii rlc-clion. The as a to be oil i the side Of "the1 powers that he." 'Thcy'liinl tion that a member supporting the goYemiuent Ihc public exchequer than a member iii opposilibru Chalcaugu'ay ;is likely also to h'avu beeii alTccted in certain sections'by. the-'dA- S'yyiguy, Conservative mcnjbcr j Chester, and 'piker .Cqnseryallve piatfojm campaigners, S'al the coiitribuliosi of thirty-live-millions for three skips'-for the Ifa-itish" [navy .was'tile obligations-iu that jpecinUy was jpclual iiugo projiorlions.' Aiso.'a's'is the hnhil-in1 wa.s made'of.the expenUitures money, iii rV-turn- ed. tt is propositions of'thut sort which-swHy (lie. clement not tied up to any ijarty'or' aiiy public Weals. It is possible also the candidature of Ilon.: Sydney au outsider, against n.C.lia- tcanguay jhc .local man, esiiecially'-if :h'e-is'.popular and representing.the power, is alwiiyVin Ihe slrongcsl position., Theti the govcrnmenl was not kcdi.lo'h'aye'MrfFisher back in the House, and un'Soubtr edly they went to.work to.defeat liitu with Ihiin they would lia'vc possibly resorted lo if n luctil. Liberal had beeii the uominee. 1 The defeat will not'check the Liberals in their detenniiiation to uphold nationhood iu its straggle against tlie govern1 menf coniimtled Tlie batile iiiay not bc'von easily, but the, cause .will .eventually be upheld. It is" a principle worth lighting for'and (H6 longer the fight is kept up the'piore' j strongly will .Caiia'dians become, convinced that the.Liberal policy [is the right policy. WF .Canada and Ihc Empire. Laiir> ier was not'anf too hopeful of the result he Iwas. ijir-Uie county during'fli? cainpalgn. One statement he made will appcaj to all true was: "iiuf jvKafe.veVcpmes, whether HOB. Slr.-Fisiier is elected or "defeated; we will continue the which we- have commenced against those whose campaign of dtiv plicity in" the'election'of 1911, deceived ihtf people and brightness of-these for IJberals have ever fought.. .The.fight continue.: Thatii the-last word 1 The. olberibyifOleerloris are mtire. than JjKeW to gO'-wilti Ilie govcrnriient. East'-rMiddlcsex has-always scrvative and.sd "h si Sou Hi Bruce Ows been-Gonr servutive 'two'paVliamcnts, Liberals-may; be have 'a. fighting chance there, humpii'like all times; and is 'likely tOiTCmain steadfast to the. party in-power, y- '_' ''I'-.-li.- ThCr holding; of'..lhqse.bye-elections at different dates "is-not toHliegovcrnnVent; 11 giyes'thsm- aiLthe.-advantagc, ehabling tlieniVto-tJirpsV'tlieir ho.st'of caclr ridmg' and to put alHheiB enemies tipon one seat at a.tiiye. Alberta ConsCryativeSjWplild.have strongly (he! same cliaraciei: Sifton'government if-it haTf pprcati the elections of over a period of a month, liolding one election af a-time; :But of cqiirsc a man-is usually blind to, the fa'ults He, prefers to .glasses when laliis ,f; OF VIEW One weekifrom today.will be Thanksgiving Day. Have.you: ordered the iii rkcy Those who go down: lo the sea in ships apparently need-life! assurance arid an.'acc'flenjpolicy as bailast. Sir Thomas .Sliaughnessy.'allhough-American born, can" ridll the word imperialism-abound his tongue with.the best Mrs. Emmeline Pankhursl'is on Ijeading York. The may have to send out an S.Q.S. call lo Scotland It is one.hundred ilndThirly-threc days since said lie would iokc'the issue to the country..--He-is evidently in no hurry lo settle .Ilie-flueslipni A hint was drdppcd by Ihe.Onlario director of fruit grnwing, that (he price.of'apples to the consumer was going to go down. It was only a fiiiil, jnihd.yoii. The formation of a '.'casket corporation" docs not necessarily imply that coffins will go up. They'will'continue to gn-flown, although Ihe'pficc paid'ftjr them mayjjo' up. VT t After latest pholo'.of Sir Edward Carson'llift Impression strong thnt had he been discovered carlicr-t' world wuuld-iioi iiii'vD VritlicuS a "while W'hilc oversl'indowcd. by the Titanic horror, dcalli roll on the Volturno calls, for world wide sympptliy. ,If WHS a'.tfejrible predicament ntld il'is difficult to imagine, the horror of the toiirs of peril from.bbih fire arid water, ,i. 'I'lic ending of -world's series' in five 'instead 'of '.seven games rcnidycs'u'irs'gsp.icfoii.of greed the teams. The two- extra, games would titive mennl Ihousaridipln gate reccipis.- Glory, comes-ahead of gold ACCUSEH AND CONVICTED TKe o! Tha way the prlion farm! In varleui elttM Jmd gf Canaij, been has called forth the above by Frite. The upper scent "Presumably In- nocent" Incite depth of misery ami bad company'ln a police or'lail Mil, wtille-tSe.lower one "convicted" Indlotet a Veritable pIcnlcTror the ind-found.-jutlty prisoner. 'Mr. Frlse "why ItMt- Ihrt man when nrre4t.il, ptrtap, Innoc.rit, li thrown Into cell amid dirt .nd dUcomfort; whtr.a.. the. rnan.convicted ,ol guilt becomes an object" of concern ,ncl I, In the.courrtryiowhy not (reat-decenlly- those who are merely .cciiMd..ihd are. presumably'innocent.'' UNIONIST J.1 P. REBUKES'- LEADERS, (Lonrlon.CUronicla) Vf. H. -Watgoo, county magistrate for.'-Cumlrerland, Iiaa sent ,p aj correspondent z. strong protest U the Ulster Tetelllon-maltere. alsoa was for many yeare one 6r iidil a of the executive committee of the KVate'rn Division ConaerraUve ABSO- clatlon, and a former representative of the division at. the National Union conferences. u'ns from Braystones House, Cumberlana, under date September 13, 16 refers to his letter of January in which he complained of Sir Edward Caraon's unscrupulous at-i .empL to prevent. the right of free speech .In Belfast, which, events haTo was "the predule to a Jgh of incitement to rebellion and lyll war." Continuing, he Vf 'pyrnpalhizc with you, therefore, when you aay.it Is becoming more and more diraeuH to remain attached to arparty countenancing such a line of policy, and it Is, f fifnk, lurprlalngr .hat no mors prominent members ot the Conserfatlre party have yet open- y repudiated and denounced the dla- jollcil mischief we dislike so much. 1 am disputed at this, ind am dwfrom that an ie to Sir EdWard Carton's Iniquitous procced- Thn jireaent and future danger from methods Is en- ormoui, and in my opinion there will be an'end to peacefnl either In tblf country or In freland, un- less ih'e Inflsmmatory course taken by. Sir Edward Carton 'and those who fpiW 'him is erfecllvely. denounced ttrlf, or, better ty th.e people of 'party. Anarchy and the derel- opm'ent of not otily political Insurrec- tion tut. far religious war nsed ini (jhc-fDirs of nwt year jK-mlii'd. .-.....A 0000 ARGUMENT. The Toronto World is advancing the argument that If tho Canadian rail wayi, with All tho (avors ttiey rcceivM from Uia public, cannot carry Csna'rtian graln.'to the in corripctl- United States rokds they deserve to .To bring about tride In'ffelfM u .'it'cijls It, the World adtocales frw (rails' In Yche'nL It repeal of mir duty on wheat flour put'toe.G. P. R.'.up.to The CsnidUn Viv.inc'tniitl IcUmb. down; but it won't down long ns 11 tias tlie Cnnudlan tariff OR wheat prolectlnff wall." fq.yo'j oltlitT to.tttie things como or turn 'your back" arni let them slide. frVuLSTER' RECRUITING. {London Chronicle.) A_'npod of light'is 'cast upon tho situatloa in'Ireland by he following CspWn oa Tuesday it Bunmurry, where Sir B.' Oarson re- of Vrolun said were numerouB -heycoJld be very.much Increased If Jnly Ihe ..other young men "ho ?aw would' Join, .Sir-.E.; .CILTKHI followed and said: like to Join la what has teen said Member, r (hint there >ught to-lw a greil many more men n Tlie Hey. Dr. riunkcll, Protestant Bishop of -Tuam, In opening the an- wal tjnod yesterday said be had er- Jerlericed klndcesa from ils Catholic fellow-countrymen since be came "to He' was glad to lay th'St at home with tSe people or the! West. At a' meeting of the general court and "pi-pp.rieiors of the Bank at Ireland yesterday the qorernor Eald for n ong time they had'o'no unvarying tale of the properouj, eondltibna of the armera. The band Pin-chase Acts baa developed .lia their blllt and a; happy apd contented people. Mr. .Redmond ehoVcd In the louse; of Commpna on Monday land, purchiie wis'lnaiigaralcd by Mr. Parnejl in It'is recalled that when (he Home Rule 'and' 1833 were in- Iroiliited the Tories 'Tjreaded" Bank ol .other Irish slocks, so as lo create.lrie. impression..Inki'the ic. vesting public In Ireland were lerribly nervous over il'r, Gladstone's proros- N'ow the ove-of Home Rule IH Corernor of the'Dank declares Ihat trade- aaid asnlculture wero neror l.i such ti flourishing condillon' as they aro to-day MEN.' (Woman's Home; Cdmpaniou. i Said .Mrs. A. (p Mr. A., "I calltd oh STrs.'rJ! tbiiay And, oh, sho had such lovely-clothes! I.vrlsh-I bad I've hardly'got a fit To crawl arouna In. 'Thiik bt'lt! 1 try lo make-my oldlcfothei do Because I have Eome regard tor yo'J. I often wonder what you'd say It 1 should go and .spend Ihe way That'others Mrs. A. Said Mrs. D. "Tou're mighty.'luoSy to have me To he your wife. -Poor .Mr A.! His wife geta clothes moEt' every day, I like new suits and hbu'ae. gowns, too, BuVI'm considerate" of you.1 She doesn't geem'to care" a bit How bard heV h'uBbftnd'a-ptirfie Is nil, 1 etlnt yoif can Bee; You're mighty lucky id fiavc Mo; try to said Mrs, B,