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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta pAlfiY Wednesday, October i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD v: MTABLISHEO DECEMBER i M at It, offict, Alberta. Canada, A. PHONE; And SfpatmVnt 1224 T- W. QUAYLE MlnagLt-.g Edilcr JOHN TORRANCS ua'neit Minia" PHONE! Adn't'dne And Jcb 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATH ren dellTercd...... KM 1 >eir. by mail....... N.W 6 muctbs, delivered StM 6 moalbs, by msll tl-W I months, dcllTored T. Ji.00 months, bjr mail 1 nontb, delivered Me, 1 mootb. bj mill ......25s. chitted u onett 13 new Ml aciresies ciTut be THE DAILY HERAUO FOR SALE AT Cross i Book Store; J. G. nob- eruon Co.; Jactson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Pec- Die's .Drug'Store; Kenny Allin; Lathbrldge Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress But- tet L'jnch. Dlam'nd D'Are. Mtdlclna Hat Alsinifcola Houl D. Ferguson. t Muf.' phy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Nfin Company. Plncher Mitchell Drus Broa. Vancouver Avide World News Co.; News Sbop, 445 Grinwell Street Neira Co. 705 Hirer Side Avenue. Grassy Lake-rGraEiy Lake Hotel. r '.Co-, ben S'GTTS .Agency. Boofc "aao Store, 10 9 A 8th Are. West; World News Co. Station _Eairard St News Co. KnoV den. News ..._ __. PufcUesed ererr vrttnetfoj in and dJstrlet- 1 year in a'dvance months In 50c and ;i conscqurucv placed his barley and netted si much higher price limn peg. Thi'so remarks are not so much to prnise Mr. Tni linger, as to'impress upon" farmers generally that tlie investment of labor, brains :and'enterprise pays Inrge trouble Mr. Tuilinjier wenl'to iu nrcnaring for tlic Winnipeg Land 'Show has been repaid many times over. His cash winnings -would cover all possible .expenses, anil away above the merely1 sordid j.consideration of .material gilin is.the intense satisfaction of hav- ing achieved success. He lias brought glory not only to himself but to district in which he lives, and indeed'In nil Southern Alberla. Tlie Herald jilso notes.wilh pleasure Arthur P.errcy of Cardston won an awnrd, and while the winning of awards'has become an ordinary occurrence to Mr. itialso most clearly demonstrates Hint lie is an outstanding farmer a man who is a distinct credit to Cards.ton district and Southern Alberta.- Three cheers for Nick Tailinger and-Arthur Perrey! T AN EMINENTLY-FAIR TAX. T1 HE ALBKRTA -deciding: to make land and loan conipnnics pay.iforUh'D-priyilegp of operating i.njthis province is not establishing a Aid. will have an opportunity, Iher civic'service adds to a man's pbpaiatily with liis fellows. whether ci "KOOTENA1" BROWN, WATERTON PARK'S SUPERINTENDENT_.., It looks as if there would be a string of camliitales for .those tlucly-rivrf hundred ami dollar right. elcclion library. The public library should he made in the It is.Vshame' city like'Leliibridgc is wilii'uiit-n Some." doubt'is esprcsscd as to the legality of several the recent salary reductions. Thft best way is for the man' suffering the reduction to make- the seems ijicrc is nothing in the new thejhyurs of labor for '.Ijjp.comhiissioncrs. For city shouldTrcceive eight hours of j-. -Disasters wliich carry off ojie pcuple seem' lo.'be ahnosl ifnilvi'occurrences.; on, jipn'fe but individual cpiimuinilies sort of organ-, election. :-If Hardy Old Guide-Now Superintendent of Watorton Forest Reierv. A MAN of the is John BroWli. Walsrlon Lakvi Pork In ftouUicrD Alberta. Coming tbrough the Pftck. train In 1SS3, he has WGD for fifty jrcara a ruldent of'Waterton Lakes district. Previous to that- time had'been In the service of North-Wesl Mounted years In Brltltb-Columbia and pOllCaCDAb.' l---l'.-'l'v Eaiia uraa not worth anythlns when. on the prairie and built a uaUn the croMlng over lha River, jual At tno foot of the chain oft lakes -r of thp same uaine: but when a few years for a second homestead, he was'.given la for 160 acrea where he Thera ii'ere no white women In the country, and "Koot- as he caine to te called, took miiderrotnht s, affected' ably more; than is puUn and it seeVns fair that the privilege In n Slates'lucli' a" form of taxation is'very c'oin'nioh and iri'flic realm of'federa! taxation the has included the inconie lax as a source revenue in'.prdcr.-to permit of tbe rc- duetion of "'vvi'ft- the laudable -object of cheap eaihg' thp cost living to th'ecoriini on Herald belicvas th'al action ofrffie jA.lberlii goybrnniejii and Ihat.'after: tlUs first sphsm W-re- admit V REGULATION. i "T11 IE-ACCIDENT whereby a citizen was probably crippled ;lifc through.his horse being frigliffini the highway suggests the necessity. lablishcd to prevent a repetitionvoi -There disposition to hamper the sheep'ihilustn- and il is just possible that it is absolutclylmperalive: that the highway used in the transferring .'of .flocks from one point to -unolher. But in admitting Ih6 right of sheepmen to the use of 'the'highway it's Mould "not be considered linfair to also suggest Mh'at tlie onus be placed on Itiem 6'f thcir'fibcks'nnd -illfffds'are not the direct cause of an accident such as that of-Mon- last in which-a.gentleman driving.on. the h.ighwny had his brokon and'was injured for life. It should surely bc..pos- asible for sonic regulation to be .enforced cqmpellnig a licrdman cerlain. distance in fronj of a herd while .on. the high- llsray lo warn approacliing vciiicles iind thus avoid all possibility of such dislressing mishaps. Such a pr6Visidn..would not work ra hardship on the sheepmen and would be a protection to the public.' And what applies to sheep applies to alfother-herds. -A Russian jn the uortb. .Dh'. when he hears, the. new. one. that -has froiii-the frozen norlk I jvvj. CAMPAJGN REPARTEE j (Toronto Saturday Night) Sena'tor Gilmo-jr ol New Brunswick, raa-several elections.In that province previous to 1S9G. During one ot ills ajnpalgn speeches he was continually leckled by an opponent unUl he 6ald: "J would like to tell my noisy Irlend a story." Once there was a.young man thought be had a call .to preach. Ifi .composed -JiiB first sermon and rent.out to the bam to practice .It, ree'irb'm interruption.-. In the mlilst of'his discourse a jack-assVpusbed hla (he stable door and bray- loud, and iffhen .the future. Spurgepn said: "Hold on-a moment, no Jack-ass at a time if you please." Th.e, remainder, ot the speccb was uninterrupted.- civic employees waste J500 a mtJiitlriiHimfrJiikeh rolling, cigarettes, accprdihg to an. ajderman. 'lie, isn't far out. Mariv big corporatiohs-'refuse-to allow r "M MONTREAL'S.NEW-NEWSPAPER. ONTHEAL'S new morning paper, the Jlnil, is to hand for the r T first tirte: II is paper making no ot- tc'riipt at iioavy display of news but dressing its columns in. a style .itbat appeals reader. In some respects it is" patterned after vt'he'Xevv Yprk.Tiin_cs in its make up. The Mail looks good. It nas a solid appearance and some of 'its features" are'u'nus'ual "but nevertheless most acceptable. One of'the men responsible for'its publication is Mr. SI. E. Nicholls, formerly .of. the Winnipeg Tcle- gram, one of the most capable newspaper' directors- in the coun- j Arj'- Tlit Mail declares it will follow an independent course. It it succeeds in doing so it will deserve 'a plact in the Gallery of Cviri- j iisilies. As a newspaper we wll-.take well, with jive people who desire distincliveness and .originality.. 'at- ready has one real good morning newspaper, the- Gdzetle, ami it I would seem thut enough for the. English, population there. J Montreal, however, is growing and. tire. English speaking people 5 are increasing and the Mail may'sboii develop a field' that -will, at i least be self sustaining. It is wprlhy of remark ihat.m'Montrcal hvith its prep on de ruling French' population there are now five IKiiglish dailies while in Toronto, practically wholly English, has j only 6ne to the better in numbers. li I' HONOR 'TO SOUTHERN. ALBERTA. .'.THE HERALD feels confident that il is-spcaking for nearly every patriotic Spulliern Albcrlan in .extending cpngrutula- j lions to Mr. Nick Tailinger of Claresholm on his achievement in groiid prize at tlie Winnipeg Land Show. 'Mr. Tail- is'a progressive farmer and hns dcm'ohsirntcd it ht 'previous oxhibiliftns where he carried off honors., notably Fn'mi- .ing where his barley won distinction; Not' only jn .'thfe' cultivation Of good grain has. ht1 shown ability b'ui'also in Mjtarkeliii'g' it.' L'asl ychf to The text-of'thc which Andrew Carnegie conyeys. to the DumferrnlinerTrns't an-addiUonal ten niiflion dollanij.'ptfn- tains his reasons.for.g5ying. money" for libraries. He reasons for-crealing-libraries is my bebef, as garly bus been re- corded that thtt-lruep university.of-these a coljecUpn pi licioks.and suchfa library-lends lo the eleyation-of the masses-ol the people." JtajVLcjhhridgs: Soph have A Uhiversity." Wheat is Bringing Southern Alberta farmers the magnificen slim of 61 'centra, bushelr At that price soon'grbv the ning wheat a'-rnce'and'a'busnel bf-w-heatrwill soon-nol-be an .even trade for a City'people grouch" because the price pf.cggs is fcvv'worry that tiie'price-gf, whcnj js'-.sgj Sow. It .a slight of ideTiUC-wquld Ip some, Ulbe as. wife, and Itie two have lived happily oirer alnwj Mr. Ilrtnvn has been'a licensed EUlde, giinif nd overseer of ffah erloa for many years, mid when. Water- ton Lakes forcsi rescne was set apart :is a park, ho made superinicndcnL ..Ho knows fool -Of Rockies in Suuthtrn Hit: best qualified map _Hie Ooverntncnt could have selected for tht pcil- llon." This jean has conducttj-many parties of noU through the if pa. Jlackcnxle1 Bowell and hU jjarty had "Kootenal iirown" for 9. pack t'qdr wan mad.6 sonift yeara lo catch a boat at Af The park ayperlntemlent la. a'menjtitr 9! fira Club "of America, wtth headquarters at'Xtw York .-Olty, ani3 a. personal frltnd ot Dr. :Hbrnaday, -ilie -noted travcltr mid whom he Juj rccstved a library of bool.-S''on ntturo iuli- Jects. FREE TRADE IN WHEAT- (Toronto Star) Jaw aaha the government not to bo stampeded'ty. demand for- free'wheat. It quotes some recent figures In Minneapolis .and TOntfipeg, (hat .iho American price !s very_ much -higher lian thf CiuKidiaD.> r.. No argument can be founded upon the prices of a.sloglo-day. or ere-n of I -The fact which stands arid does not change Is Ibat Canada crodu'ecs .37. bushels of wheat per head of lls population, and the United The United Stales now produces little mora t'ti'ui '.enough for.Beed.and food'for Its own people, while Canada'produces nlneteeij ousrrels-per.liead rhoro than Its neighbor. It is surely-nut-difflcuit to see-'thi( UL4ler these circumstances the main Gow of wheat will be 'EouUiward. Free trade'in Tchtpt would also g-eatly focill' tles-avallahle to the Canadian farmer.' Tho Caadian and would he.CQDipetlifg for tlie carriaso of'the The'at, w.O'jld re celvc.ihe'benefit of. the competition..- :'v' The Conservative jiress.-look upon tjie a vindication'of the policy'of the ii-is. recalling tliallhe Otlnttn Journal, a Conscnialive.pjipeV, a few days ciccijoh .declared that '.'iijSin'for cither.'snle will not he Of tremendous significance, as, imltojiing the trend of poli'tical senlihjehiip'.Quebec in regard ttflhc of the a.despalih from.O.l.tawa'fn which il-i.s'claiificd that the result in ChatcaguayJis an cn'dofsa- tion of the policy. The work of 'Aljteil to hut no reference is.hiiide lo'lljc.posi- tion .he took on the navy in his speeches. Mr.'Scvigny appealed for support hecaiisc it meant that Cuiiada'.i obligations-for. nnv-Rl..defence would cease Avilh the. thiUy.-flve million contribution. Is the Calgary Herald prepared to say'lhat that is the Conservative, policy, and lliat it is happy that it hrts liecn endorsed, jn Ch'ateaguay. utilize I IK C. P. R. and that company's, kaovylcdge of imirkcls, The Medicine. Hni Times' gets off this hither clever 'Jjut verj' nasty "Hpri. Hohcrt Hogc' ijllackeil hy.'.itjc Lib- eral press for charifiinj! liiciiame-of a-Tornnlo tircdgc from JLaur- itr lo one of. three, letters. .Evidently the Hon. Bob did not core lo have Canadian -mudslingers of. llic siinic ,'Tiie Times nf hear.t knosvs ll.iat.Sir Wilfrid Laurier is not a mudslin- ger. The iiarfowtsi-'of his political opponcnls would not tnnke such a sialemtiit.- -Sir Wilfrid always discusses piiblic t froni a high plane, .If is .easy to. uiKlerslnnd'lhal, ilie- Times thought the remark too clever- to jo rtmaiu'hiddcn away froln the public'; ycl. Ho n'ol.'.tjiijiKtir tjiiil paper's general pirrposc.'llia) uoTiilii" b'lfd. iiollljiciDiM' sh'p'ulij ,hc treated decently.; ;.i: V" "ONES knows more about moior' cars than any other rnan I said n man' td' his .....f He has obtained his'.'.' from motor car-advertiser- .'njentSi; and. .the catalogues "an'd thiroujgh them." 'All-I'Vnow 'about I learned from tli'e men plates, papers and Itlk orer roir pr ICIKI wilb Ot; ofifhii muwtptjAt, an Stint i fnHiilfl tr ttnllynat tmlMin it wottld fat fcryou lo ilU CODHM! cud' of A iiflof Will be nlthcvt or obli< Ration, Sjr Ihe SO" adin Treil Asi have "The Poor Man's but tjhan poor men nave been schooled} thereby. Much, of whit the average individual knows con- -''..cenjing persons! and domestic office books and authors, electricity, pre- cious stones, investments, and almost eTerythinis else, he has learned from advertisements. Advertisements, haye stimulated our -intelligence, added enormously to. our knowledge, and given us aspirations which have raised us to higher levels of thinking and living. 'Advertising indeed "The rOftf Man 1 .rtttrj of Koow ......a- Poor ;