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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 HERALD Thuriuluy, October 10, 1913 LEtHiBRIDGE DAILY HERAffi ZSTABLISHEp Published 6> the Lethb.-ldoe Hrlritlng tvtry lul evening office, Sixth Alberta. Canada, PHONE: Edlterlat. Fizortorlii And 1224 W." BUCHANAN T. W, EtfltCf 1 JOHN TORRAKCI Minager PHONE: AdvertUtng 1252 'DAILY' SUBSCRIPTION RVTES tear JVOO i ywr, by mall 6 iaocths, delivered 52-00 fi months, by mail J1.50 J delivered 51.00 3 moclhs. by mall 75c I mocth. delivered. 1 Eonth. by mill Sic- AiJrrlsti but tKith MJ 'addresses 'must sUeo.1- THE DAILY HERALO FOR SALE AT Cross Druj i Book Store; J. G. Rob- ertscu i Jacisbn Co.; Atei'andra'Hoteli'Peo- pie's Drug Store; AIllo; LotlibridEO- -Ho'.el Cigar Stanil; Empress But- fet Lunch. Diamond D'Art Medicine Hotel D.-Fergusoa. Mur- ptr Co.; Cranbrooi." Boot Company. Xews Company.- Pfncher McCres: Jlltcheli Drus Co. Brot. Vancouver Vk'Jde World News Co.; NewS Sbop. Gradf-ell Street Newff Co. Blve'r Slda Avecue. Graliy Lais Hotel. .ft .Co- tea Nevrs Asency. Book and Store. 109A Slh Ave. West; World News Co. Plnchcr Stirt'ort Eawari .Real- SL News Co. KaoV News Co. education more- attractive. This is one br.'tlic things which llic modern system incks. (t is (rue llial'.uumy pleasjm; fralures have. been lately introduced to briny nliduf ife desiret} jffcc.l, bill is considerable TOOIU -tor more. Although impjovemcnls liaVe been made in tltc system it is still fetiercd by time ideas. lit comparisqri to mbdi'i'u'nunrivii-iiU it said that education has 'inaife' very ndvnnced progress ivi'foelhfHls. There is still something in i't which clings to the and hi this matter our school curriculum not only here but cjscyv'here suiters. There is much of this in the subjects chosen for iiistfuction and these find a pl'acc which might very well be Inkc'ii by others. However it is a pleasing sign of the times thai these matters are receiving attention. In a mooting of teachers. 16 discuss education from different viewpoints much good is- bound- to result. It will be the means of arousing initiative and above all interest in Jlieir particular profession. NVhen 'this interest becomes keen, an3 shared in by the public, it will relieve education from being a mere hum- drum routine., wish .the (eauhers .well-in tlieir dcb'bcrations and trust that- iiiucli may :reslil( frpm them for the THE WEEKLY HERALO cry In rjramary of the ceroof ite.'wtik. local 1 year in advaBca a district aftracce 60e POSSIBILITIES IN PRUIT- RAISING. W LET US. AROUSE OURSKLVE8. llMN MONDAY 1UNVNS there will be just six weeks be- tween tliofi and December the lirsl. Oji that dale, we. pre- suiue, election for "commissioners .will1 be red-hot." Are we, the citizens of LRtbbridge, rcscn'iug action. unlit thc'tlier- nipinetcr of iiivinicipul interest registers fever heat? At Hie 'pres- ent' like it, and in, view ''of the-mo- iiicntous change-ahead government we lay ourselves open WANING OF THE PANAMA CANAL. ot this scone In Gamboa Uylte; wljidi'was bliivnl up by an electric spark transmitted by p'reeldcnt hundred miles way for the complete connection of'tlio waters ot the: F'aciflci ana Atlantic, and thereby conuected-the two great highways ot'commerce. 122T'chargca el djrnaini'.a'to tbe trick. The-mayor in his.address on civic financing today was able to personal feeling touch-as a result of his en- counter with the eastern markets to the charge of culpable apathj; truc'ilmt.liiere'are addilions-to.lhe names orf candidates, real and pro'bic'maticalVtnit general interest manifesto! by action is deplorably aliseiir. 'Lei tin: nofbe sjarlcd to boil for in'the piling heal at the last momentl! wiU'lw'apt.! .to effervesce, willi llie-iiossibilily of the interests of the city' being scnllied in the process. _ Surely it is'lmic. that we sensed our responsibility. If it-were e case of a cpitvchtion, such as the in East Middlesex tiikcs jilacc on Oct. 21sl. As ilicToding has COO to SfX) of a Conservative nuijorily.tlie Herald .cohcjdcs ;i goveriuncut victory willioui aiiy.inenlal spasms. C UBSEQUEXT to the fairs held and Magrath this year, flic Herald published reports of an .iiptiiiiistic strain, on' Certain displays of apples, giving Ui.e'.credit for the marvellous agricultural enterprise to the where it rightfully longed.- -The Herald also ,to predict that' tliej.ijduslry would make, but local joiirnaVwhich accused us of "over booming" country. 'AYe were simply giving'the public" Hie 'facts, might encourage the growing of -fruit, had thai ii was growableon Alberta.-. j Public ion has been 'slow to awaken Id the" T X I bf fruit production here; and the.iuccess.wliicli.has.atlendcdiuic efforts of local iarmcrs along thcse-liues has been .suppress." Following along these same lines of-lhought, the'Farm and -f gress, which liad in-it all the possibilities of a' big boost for'the city, we should king by now have, been making- active prepara-; lions. Hnl we nre equally now facing 'the-.appnttich of an-event that is going to' bring this city into the limelight. We are nlroul o adopt the niost'demqcratic principles in our municipal ient. It'is Avliich iookcdf llieput- ide ns sometliing'in tfie'.way. of an and iis results vjil be sind'aifxipusly scanned in municipal riot niy 'in- tlve butside. There is (lie in HLP pvpji of the world, as to results. j "Reviewing the 'workdone in Ihe northern slates, il becomes Ihnl ihc northerly limit of fruit production was pushed ifjirthcr towards Canada year after, until Slinnesota, con- [sidered valueless as a fruit producer in its infancy has now bc- Tcome the garden state bf the American west.; At Mordcri, Mani- iicloa, Mr. A. P. Stevenson has been producing eating apples of jtjie first quality in large quantities for several years under con- ;ditions not as favorable as exist in many parts of Ihe province. "The moral Busy! -Start.with a shade trees. It a sufficient answer lo say can buy fruil cheaper than.we fcan grow il. The assurances of success.held-', togellfci [with a little optimism and persistence; will 'b'anistt raisin pi? iuic j.canned fruits lo the same realm dairymen are rclcgatim .-Che tin cow." j'THE by Mr. is one r of intercst'noi billy tojhose industry, but to al joT us in that we are -'consumers' of pica lie a close sda for caltle and, when we analyze the pica put forward, we are ibouud lo admit thai there is much common-sense wisdom in il. I The note of alarm sounded by authorities as to the likelihooc jpf something in Hie way-of a meat famine, .with prices soarinj {.upwards, is no't a" false In lir'ging fqr more lo be placed in Ihe hands'of stock raisers-there is Ih'erc ;'jprie'the policy of conscn'a.tion. Tliis is voiced by Mr. Ings when refers to the slaughter of calves and young cows. Although the prohibition may look something in the way o wilh personal rights and liberty bf action, he argue ..'the matter well when he. refers 16 the .cxistencejof laws to prolcc -wild birds and animals.1 If propagation is the-dcsired object i it may eimally well be applied rase of caltle. Ani so in .the latter case, for it will he legislation which enter into Ihe care of the" livestock, as much as of that of Ihe humai beings who are dependent on them for food and nourishment.. It will he a good plan, as. fpr-this country ahd tli United Stales lo unite preventing (lie deciiiiatib ,-of the herds of cattle. Meanwhile for.our o.wh advantage, and to suve our purses, we might individually help out the policy by selling our faces against veal.. .Until, Ihe industry is set on .a sure fooling, with no decrease in animal food slanng_us in the rface, we may well forego the USP nf-ypal as an nriiplc. of dicl, and regard it. temporarily at any rate, as a, A' report from Calgary stales Hint the first corn silo in Al- berlB iins been creeled and filled with eiijht tons of fodder.' Only tracks" up" our contention thai Alberta1 is a corn country. :T ...r the hill amending Ihe Lelhbridge charter is before the legislature the members should it .thai the people'- gel value for Uie salaries they arc going lo pay 'by inserting a clause de- man'ding a fair day's work for llie'pay. hours daily al leaslUhould be required of the' men drawing next year's pay cheqnei. be no surprise if Hon. B. retires from the Dominioiijgpvernmcnl. He is far from being-n man of cabinet of rclj-ing on .average intcljigracq 1-in ii-i-ii-n-n-linl ICCIIPC i He'Kept aloof from'jHe Nationalist'inoVemenl.-though he work wiili'lheycoalition farces'iii 1911. and Codei oiit orkcd Coderre LOCATION Of .Which was sivept bj-'a tcrriflc.hur- t by the loss ot j hiitidrcds of thousands ol hc important issues-al stake. Why wail.fqr.the revival flf-lhe andl.lhnw; has been suggesledi the responsibility on'lhe mcmbers'Qf Jhal now defunct "tiiat lliey were the the coming commission form ot government: H would bo -pleasing to-: sec Ihiii greanization revived.; Hul for iljtp come [f.iVtlcarly who accustomed to iripyc il the big city'has hjid to deal to bedpyne active in the no less important .event Let tis_5CC s'omc.stir amongst these "for hold ing a meeting of.somctkind, one for a starX.say al-St. Auguslin's'.hall, the Ccritral school audi- torium, or anv.other equally suitable building. Arid whal.ah'out pur 'Business-Men's. Association, "or 'even Board (if busy oil life issue? It should be a case of all men lo the pump, and-it is OTIRM'PINT Of VIEW Wednesday continues lo be the popularAyeddmg Royalty likes it, The Morilrcal. Herald does when suing for Now if Uncle Sam were .to fake'a rntlnd pii't.'Of Hie Mexican greasers, what would really happen lo Some of the comments on' liaval policies in Canada could hardly he much more S. I'idjding is gelling b'ack on .his old job', that of .editing a paper..- And they tellus he Al-editor ih'lhc days llefprc he went into public life. r A Dominion convention .of Liberals lonks like a fiood idea; Let the cast arid west gel togelher and exchange" viewpoints.1'. A. national policy that would b'eal N. P.'ajl lo smithereens' could formulated. THE TEACHERS'CONVENTION. WE WELCOME lo our rity.this'teachers of the spccf our new stock of Wall Papers nnd Murcscb Tliils Kalsoniinin'g and" gel stlgKcstions as lo. Ihe most r su.Uable decorations for your own particular surround- ings. WELLINGTON BROS. AND PAINTERS KAL40MININQ AND DECORATING; 613 10th Street 8.' Sloro: 310 Sherlock Building, -.Phona .Phone 1762." ;