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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE' HERALD October 14, IMS I 1 LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD DCCEMCEff 1W7 Published by Htrald frtntldj Co., J-W-, every fvl tvtnlns >t lit Strttt, W. A. (UCHANAN PHONE: And Ntvn D'rpartmsnt T. W.-QUJLYLe Managing _lditw JOHN cilneM Narnger V DA.ILV SUBSCRIPTION RATSS rear dellreted W-00 1 S delivered P mbcfti, bj- 5 aonthc, V-00 3 inonths, ky.ntn 1 3Sc. 1-Veali, >c politics, in these; latter. to the destruction' effort. "lii.tlie.yifarM909 we .'had tiiiilodly. seiijSl'our. diifyiiind YOU HIM! THE HERALU lias reached Lest'ifilef- esls of its rdnders as itself "will lii'scrvty'iiy lo publish anonymous signature, ft has bceii.-p'ur custom iti tlic-p'iisi to'db sojii ctistorti jjfifalls Inpre-of les's cnci-.illy iiiiHinjjst ncwsgupevs hi.. tins .coiuitry, but esppri.mcc leads us to the conclusion that a render dcstfts'to views before-" the- his nitme.lo tlfc'contributioit. HELPING THE LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY. TfHE AUTHORITIES in the come to the aid f of those engaged in raising livestoclc-by' the opening of the forest ranges lo them. The satisfactory results of the policy, in increasing the quantity of slock can be gleaned frbnrthe published from the Humboldt Star. Storknieii themselves have not.'only materially beuelilled by -the facilities afforded them in access being allowed to llic.nntional forests, but the government, and thereby the'communities, have had the advantage of the grazing''receipts; '-A good of [these have been used for schools Wd.'roads in the slates in which ;the forests nrcsiUiated. -v The successful results obtained by. the policy of the United .Sla'les government'ought lo act ns a' stiinjilus to our government do all in its power lo encourage ah industry which menns :i ,Vast deal not only to looal the nulion at large. The opporluniiy is afforded intlhe Blopd. Reserve. rWith this thrown'open as asked for we.may results (juitc- as vos> as that achieved by thebordert- v' THE 'ILiNESS of Edward Michener, leader of the opposition in the Alberta legislature, wiJLJje regretted by political as ns opponents. a zealous, advocate.uf Con- servative Michener is highly respccled by citizens of the'province as a man of clean ami upriglij characler who'is freely giving bis services in the We disagree willi political views but we are fair- enough -to admit tlmt-lWis ;bonesl iri Ihe position he lakes on "public questions. lifa tip Ir. 'ttr life at ils best is a thankless job.; We believe most demoralizing Just nosv( on the eve, oka numicfpal cniiipaign, letters to the editor prc 'Bcfifniijnj; lo nppear, sVveral of l.'tliciii attacks C.KJUciHli imd !fJ 'added: iaterest as the result of the Have you a friend or relative; In Ibis belee? It is the faiivous annual Scrap or tee Ontario Dental College, "tlieVn toasts of having students from is not iircparcdlto publish under anonymous signatures. man who has critimm-to offeivassiune the responsibility, ..ft "is only fair lo the public and the man or men he is criticising-io follow this course.. IJiule'r cover of a nom dc plume il is possible for ntlacks made that men would not make under their gwn name. The iterald mHVelconie" letters from persons wlicKsign their, names "and present- views' public miCUcrs fearlessly. Letters wilt not' be published under anonymous signatures even if the writer's supplied to us.. _, OJJJR P 0 IN T -y.-ljB. Chaleauguay; ever a "ndhi'c IhaWaiinds 'scr sweet to our v. Lloyd Gwirfle is easily jhe Treshiny statesman in tlic-'biisiness. An poking.sncermg the ly '_ By means'of wireless lelegraphyvlenjbifi-slvips fusljicd.'ib.Mhe relief of the burning Yolturno: HV Tevf Ihe'siricKeh The Duke of.Mariimfdilgh did not like Lloyd George's ipeech' at Bedford, of paying' The Duke can't be expected to fall in with the Lloyd George In.many instances these men get Ihe liarid, but at heart we believe the average man in publiclife is anxious tlir.t the best should be the outstanding consideration. .Very many of ourYeprescntativcs aYe "ahead, of the people who Jrl Qlccl them in this altitude on publfcqiiestioh's. Si HAPPV HOMES, HEX AN' ORGANIZATION which has only been inslituled a few months can show results of a practical nature, we feel that it has no apology for its The local Home Re- Union association has dcmonstraied'thai it is.n useful facl.or in the community. The results of-its'work during the last two .weeks is particularly encouraging, .Ils policy has that in it whfcli ''jilosseih hi East Middlesex by .'six hundred majorily.'.Sik cabinet ministeis'are billed to speak there during'the byereleotioii campaign. the 'ggod-'Conscrvnlives iri that riding re'nlly in need of so persuasion to vote.the The Minisleffal-'AVsqcialion is worthy of coiiim'endatio'n f6v; deciding oil service. The'less dehpihma- lionalism is emphasized-on the occasion of a national thanks-! giving the more! likely are the prayers lo get above the POLITICIANS AND STARVATION I recalled Ilia, fact that he was COULDN'T BE DONE. i pT in breaking up tio --A-- -Ult Fe'deratiim., league, said that It couldn't be duiui i for colonial contributions to he with a chuckle replied: ..Tills has been indeed a tragic oV'the'DrUlsh army and ravj-, and warned those whom he "mayhfi it .coulunX" but ho would be ODG ol Conservative vuHc-l-clans Having lo lace what Sir any policy which would make Canada for any woL'Jdn'i say so tilt he'd tried. -5o he buckled right with a referred (o the other. day as viz.: their own Vbrds, It Is the-hapless Borden-uaval policy which, has been, forced this re-'diicfcd-fare not only upon faimself, his colleagues and others In the arena to the permanent military defence of .the Emplfe.11 This' is plain 'speech, too plain for even iheVayfarieg man to mistake Its meaning; Sir Charles, Ilka the others, had- to. prepare himself "for the a grin On Ms face. If he no hid II. He slarted to sing as. he. tackled tho thing _ r That couldn't be and he did Iti" practical or Buch a (aalT'Of- faciftg diet." And to the GarrlEOn Club scoffed: you'll nevef do tho venerable Sir H'OO, was by no means least no nne ever has done Tupper DOW far from "tho din of task, lo do he took off his coat and tie took .showed clearly that the off. hla hat, .'_. Jfr, J. S. jpow'Sir John) Wlllfecm. very far' 'fcpiu being an the first 'thing wo Iw'd professional "one; begun" U-, 'hifi work "LktlrierVand lie Parly" a lift ot hts chin' arid a bit oC -V 'abcoW.ora speech delivered by FStiftry had.giffih litlle Tim any doubting Charley Tupper on March' 1SOO, pibblem'' In' addition' that started to sing asrhV tackled thfl the garrison CJub of Quebec. atte'd to 'out. ,'Nu mbers thing passage Teade: _i.' -she --reasoned herself, coutdnVbe done and he did it "A lew weeks later Sir to] inaSe, tio leason. flipper-' made, a speech .at are thousands wilt tell you Hrhlcii. -while not Inconsletent with she it cannot bo done, historical attitude, -was in mama sent you-to the store are thousands who prophes> contrast 16' his strehuous three pounds, of Jamb, two of of xbntin'gentsi He potatoes; half a -pound ot are thousands to point out to 'Ifi'cted for and turnips and. ono pound of one by one, a iariff preference to Great what would'you have dangers tlial Valt'to fissail you preferential Tim shook .hie head, but just buckle, in a .bit of- a grin ment of Canadian products In qnq year older, raised an take. -off -your coat and'go to II British" "marltet, and reprcsenled' start in to slug as you tacklo tha jt.inn. _ said Uie teacliw pertal federation under Vbicb. Canada v-ith a sprrowtul glance at little Tim, wbuld'be required to contribute him that gives imd that takes." 'And .this removes from it any tiling which may Ixj humiiinfing in the aspect of charity. In conferring a favor one is which if .will notliiurt the pride of any recipient to accept. :Thc city gains in the addition of new the keep and spend at home policy is strengthened. In a country wliich depends so inuch On'iinmigration we are Uloing the right thing in the establishing of Jtc-imions for .rurthcring Dial policy on the right :It is im- iinigrnnls who arrive in our midst, but those for whom n home is provided. They come under the amm'gciiieht to help lo swell the The decision) Alberta government lo make the speed limij with criminal'pffehce will lj? np-; proved by'all.Kill riders. Exceeding "the speed'lii'nit is becoming nuich Uxv.exueusiyc in good human Canada's .post ptficp linildings on.tlie average arc declRtcd'to he too sinalUfor-successfully handling a" parcels, post system.; What a vista of noAv-buililings andlavisb'.expcnditure open up for Ihc Honor'able Hobcrt Rogers, minister of public works, V There is a disposition in some qnavters lo censure.-federal linislcrs fof .toiirln'K the country at the country's ,Thc Herald is rather'.disposcd to think that the ministers slioiiid sec the country! and. 'ascertain the people's needs, bill al the. "s'ahjc lime it can be'.iio'nd-withtnH the trips being made expensive, Juh- kels, The less frilli.lher'e are the more likely is-the minister ic attain .the trip. The misapprehension as tbc-delaining of callle. in lihis they are comniendably helped by the C. U. imd the'imnii- jiralion ofncials. m 01 some lammes the younger brother