Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE .HERALD Friday, Oclolu-r 21, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1RT Published by the'Lcthbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd- I Into the business must bo imported methods of ;cumbiitalion, I simplv because, under modern business romlilions, transactions ful S-Mh Strttt, L- W. A. Alberta, 1224 BUCHANAN Uinljmj Olriclcr T. W. OUAYLE Vanning Editor JOHN TORRANCB ClrcuWnT And Itt OeparlmeKtt .12 5 SUOSCBIPTION.ni, dellrered 54-00 f mail i.1..... S months, delivered SZ.OO 6 zenths. mall..... S months, delivered'... Si.OO 3 iconics, oy mail..... 1 month, delivered 35c. 1 month, by mall chained is ortfn is desired. b-.lt bolh tec W4 adtlie5se3 be jlTen. Jl.50 75: THE DAILY HERALD SALE AT Red Cross.. Drus Bros. Vancouver Wlile World News Co.; Stop, 14i Street........ N'eTT.i Co. 705 River Sid? Avenue. Grassy Liia Hotel. .4 .Co- .hea Agency. and Store, 10SA Sib Co. PInchir Station Edward Read. News Co. KaoV Xewl Co. Lclnbrldox Book Store; J. G. Ror> ertson i Co.; JacfcEOa S Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Feo- DruE Store; Kenny Allin: Hotel Cljar Slani; Empress Bat- fet Lunch. Diamond D'Arc. Mcdldns Hat Hotel.......' D. Ferguson.. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbicok BooS Company. Company, Pincher Mitchell Drug Co........ iimph inusl be on si-ale- to economical. The life of the rural 1 community niusl iilso be modernized by. makintj it physically more .comfortable, menially morxi satisfying, niul socially more The following excerpt from the commission report will im- press the iiocd of the ir.ipurtance'of co-operation amongst .far'm- irrs. The absence'of-Ibis union nntl the disabilities whifh spring therefrom arc noted. The effect of present con- ditions are not confitu'd to Saskatchewan alone but includes all Hie agricultural aren of Western Ctmadu: "The need of'our agricultural life is closer organization. Tlw fanner should be a cell-in a rural organism. Ai THE WEEKLY "HERALD" Ptblifhed evtry Wednesday In pises. coot tfes netrs of the iresk, local ana district 1 year In In advance As it i i his rela- Hon. S. Fielding, president of the Montreal "Daily Tele- (lms announced tlmt he will once more become actively identified with the journalistic side of.that paper. Those who know the ex-minister's ability as a journalist consider the "Daily Telegraph" in luck. Trainmen on the Illinois Central will no longer be allowed to carry pictures of their wives, sweethearts or babies in their wnlcbes, the ollicials of the company claiming tlmt the photos distract tlte attention of the men on duly. Never mind, tin sweethearts will find some way to overcome the dillicully. It-liiis been said before, but we wish to repeat, that :nen, not issues, should receive the consideration of void's in the coming municipal campaign, (let competent and able men who will realize that their first duly is to serve the public, and voters may have their say on issues afterwards. The initiative and the refer- endum-provide for that. lion to every other industry, he stands as an individual unit. He must accept low and give high prices because he acls' only for himself and by himself. Between himself and his fellow farmers alone is there imrestrioicd competition, u competition from vvliu'h he can expect only. to. suffer. But while agriculture is unorgan- ized, every other industry is highly organized. trndes- mcn and possess among themselves under- standings and a common-policy, farmers have tver occupied loo slrnctioii'. A isolated a position -and'loo [detached a relation to invite or reward! jcai-n js easily assimilated and made a. part of themselves competition on Hiepart of those who seek appear that the school be-well advised Hon. Wallste Xesbitt is 16 be congratulated for taking sucl a deep: interest in having boys of school age given lirst-aid in At such a lime I lieu1 minds are receptive and wha THE LEGISLATION AGAINST BONUSING. C IIHS illLHIllil-'Sa IIUIII ..v. "I- of binder twine and.the achievements o I' the 'Co -ope ru live Elevator Company constitute.splendid cxccprjojii..: Hnl with a hrger measure of r.'.ixod 'i-rniins "nd its att'cndafttgreater com- paclness of "sefllcVncnV." Uic'more uniform distribution of labor throughout the -yeaiv tha-cons'equcnt developiitent ;of markeis within the province'itself-and of the. instinct _ 'ii. TUX iii in IT i in ii innnwcalth ot Australln. 1913. issued uy the Cominonrt'ealth Government, says (page "While on tho Australian station tho ships will L0 under thp exclusive con- trol of tho Cornmonn-calth. ootH as re- gards movements general admlui. stralbr., in of peaeV.'lnc rerson- r.el su'lijoet to tho-Kiog's regul- ations, and under uayal dlclpllno, wiU, Etauibrds of efrieieney.and" opportuni- ties for as lo. tlio Royal Navy. The battle cruiser (Australia) and the thrco eccoiij class cruisers (Sidney, Hrisbane) wltlx the suhtnarlneg complete tho unit, which, with the approval of the Com- monwealth Government! will pass uu. der liuperial control whenever requir- ed for war purposeE." This Is IdcnUcal >rflh the provisions In the Lflufler navn'l law. The slutr> IB constantly being' made by newspapers and public men thit tho Australian navy.unliko the proposed .he Bor'deh-NafloniliEl aJiniritstra- lon power at Olla-wa has ab- Hon.' G. F. Pearce, Uio late Minister of Defence, in ette'r to' the .'London TJmes. dated March' 25'lasi; in "reply to some critr- clsni-whteh' lad been levelled at Ibe Comrbdnwealth- Goyernracnt on Us nn.val 'priigrararde, ;s'et Canadian passes .automatically under the control of'tUe Imperial na- val authorities. As .they can no ger be ignorant1 of Icc'facts-the miF- rpprr-scntatlon's must be regarded aa dellbVratc. Tbe public men In- Australia, arc united in support of Iho that ;ls .a high' vone, and 'it 'may bo n'y .before" iva reach ;llY .but 'a IlncsV "hks" Men 'The' .first almost "and ft.bui.idinff pro; been' puUined .for. .the hext'thnee ncrSaae Govornor-General; pl'V flae, Common- ivealln, h'ad- thi? ioppflrt M the Prem- ier, rsir' Joseph and of, .the ex- 'Premier, now .leader of Ihu liis''cleaf aflirrr.ation of the" "tho occa- 'slon of. tho' Aus- tralia before InsL'-v V Ed'bf sf >I "Change the fashionsi nol the car is'the answerpf the mayor of Tucoma' to an agitation for lower 'steps on street cars.' Or else equip the cars with.a derrick for the.cQnyemence of the overly hobbled. New Yorkers are agitating a great international conference to deal with Ihq'questiq'ri.of divorce'and remarriage.. They ought lo establish a commission of experts to pass on Ihesanily of those who, lince divorced, evidence a desire lo raiinrry.' Whoever gels .llic public works commissionership wilpfind willed to him a lurge. ilumber of leaks to slop up in the'water- works department. 'Leaks in any utility.do not help the figures tin the credit side.of llie ledger at the.end of the year, -The oedhiig'is'i'iniler.lhftprpljc at the University of Saskalchc- Some old timers jn1.Southern ,'Albcrla'claim, lo remember the' lime wlich'Tl fof AGKICULTURAL CO-OPERATION. HE-BIRTH in countries like Ucnmarfe'! Germany, Italy and Ireland has been due to co-operation'. This ls! the'fimling ,tif the members'of the SrtskattihCvv'an "commission who recently Hourcd Europe for the purpose of inquiring into agricultural con- with the view of introducing -methods in Canada which Miss 'Mfl'rgafefpwenfli. New' tained ti of -125 .words p'cr niinulc for- Owen caii claim the distinction of hc-ing able'tp-'n'i'ilc aVfast ns some women 'can which is some rcCon'im.tijdiilion'fpr siss'Owcr.'. introducing -methods in Canada which produce the snnic happy rcsulls. This feature in agricuHnriil life'has.been emphasized in the report just issued from Kegina. is one amongst oilier mailers jwhiolrmakc up ii highly interesting docuine'nl. Agriculture in ;lhc older counlrics menfioncd'has hccn 'the last industry lo be .organized. The uses of this have been palent; and the plucing of 'agriculture on the same basis as other industries has hnd the rc- snll of liinking the European farmers' lot a particularly contented one. In the words of (he report, through their agri- 'culture has been profoundly affected on three sides, viz., as mi a business and as a life. While the problem is admitted lo be no less Inr'gc in Sas- (he same may be said, of pur province. In the words of Sir Horace Plunkctl, the aposllc of rural Ireland: "Into -.theinduslrj'.yoit inlisl inlroduce the (cachings of modern science, 'its it has been introduced into'every other important1 industry. Commen'dnfio'n IK coining lo the Alhcrfa legislature for-lhj step taken this session for an anti-bonus law -1 (r FOR Cleaning, Presajng and Repairing Af .o.V: bl tV thS HouseT'decta-Sos'-fof'alCariadi'aii'navj'J The'ttra'poliifcal parties slandlns Ehonlder': lo of (he prlnclpls of Donihiloa navlesj for the princlole of s e fl-sover a men t n ef once, as in other; matters vitalfy affecting Canada. for 'af Canadian navy manned 'and maintained bV Canada, and against any' of cash contributions for naval purposes, as set in that resolution. The party following Mr. Borden has abandoned the belief It held four years ago that the Canadian people are fit and able to have (again to quote Mr. Bdrden's words of March 23, "a ''Canadian naval force ol our o-wn." The Liberal party stands where It has Blood from tie first, for the Canadian policy. The apologists of tho policy of contribution which Mr. nor- den announced when he introduced the Sord en Naval Bill in December ast now pretend to regard the prin> a Canadian navy policy' ts 'sepa'ralism" and "treason." And this aj placed them In a prodic'arte'nt' In which they find themselves driven to strange resources. The most amazing of Ihese is this aUctopl' to picture tho Australia iavy policy :.s different In principle from. the Canadian navy policy, or as one' of the leading organs of the Bor den Government puts It, Is nol the" slightest resemblance between 'tho Australian naval policy anil thh "gruesome mystincallon, that church "yard 'stalking, white sheet and turn ''Ip'lariterh bogey, miscalled an auto "nomous policy, of Sir Wllfrli "Laurlsr." ".-fhMB-JournalisUo of Ihi BcVdcn policy of contribution in the! strenuous exertions to represent th Australian navy policy falsely, are en- (an.dtng themBelvcs In notable Incoh- sfslenciea. The Monlres! Star, for .example, now Bays that "the Japanese "navy could never attack BrlUsh Col- "utotiia wilhont urlnirinE the Amort- 'can' navy to our rescue.'1 Strango ianguage this from on journal which (wo ago wrought itaelf.up Into such a frenzy of lely lest the Canadian people should have. their Imperial loysllty contamin- ated by any "truclt or with the 'people of the United Slates. But It 1t> ntc'tseiry for Uic iilvocatsa ot the cenlrallilng doctrine of navnl contrl butlons lo argue Ibal Canada la In a vMlly difterent tltuatlon from Austrs Ibat, to nuole tho Winnipeg orgtn, "the dlfferento In the situation 'of the two countries, If It does nol "afford complete justification, at least "gtvci excuse for the desire of lo posstss to the provision and malnten- V'ince..rf a. fleet." Thli.li as near as .they allow to come lo ad- _ talUMif -that the Australian people arc After exercUe, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no ,how tired and hot you may" be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will; prove a certain 'revivifier of lost energy-.cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 TO THE EXCURSIONS NOW IS THE TIME to lt make VdUB TRIP 'To Montreal' to'Quebeci ve -MONTHS [Sleeping 'Cart In connectlan wlt'n principal' Sailings 16' Ships- awe. No change- en -route Stopover, a'nd Extension 'Privileges1 I'ull and all S. B, MITCHELL V i C. P. R. DEPOT, LETHDRIDGE; PHONE 512 REPRESENTING At-L STEAMSHIP LINES DAWaON, Dltlrlcl Agent, Caljary..