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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .-i I" agfl 4 THE I.E-THBRIDGE DAVlA' HERALD Tuesday, October 2S..JD1: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EITMLKHtD OXCEMXR IK? Publlihed by tht Lethbrldit Htnld Printing Co.. Ltd., tviry lul it-lt> offiat, Sixth Street, Llthbridgj, AltertJ. A. 1224 T. W. OUAYLt Ninaclng EdUtf JOHN PHONE: Clrtullt'W And Oepirtmir.tl 1252 OMLY SU8SCBIPT10.M RATIt 1 year 1 rear. 6y mall 6 mocths. delivered fi months, by mall E months, delivered JvW mcntbi, by will..... I mouth, Mivered 1 Eoalh, iy cfcuttl-u cJMa u b-jt MWu4 oM must lives. THE DAILY HERALD FpR SALE AT Cross Drei Book Store; J. O. Kofr ertson t Co.; Jackson t Co.; AWnoiira Hotel; Peo- ple's Drui Store; Kenny t Allln; Lethbridie Holil Clfar Eland; Eapreis Bui- fet Diamond D'Ara Modiclno Hit ASElnlboli D. I: MOT- phy Co.; Craabrook Book w.w 11.53 Bros. Wide Worll News Co.; News Shop, 445 Granwell Street 765 Blvcr Side iveaue. Cirmy Qruiy Li HOIBI. Company. News Company. Plnchjr Slitchell Drill Co. hea'KeTTs Agency. Leidlns Bool: ul News Store, 109A Sth .West; World N'awi Co. Edward Read. St. World Nsws Do. Carmtngay Clarence Kno> Newi for electors lu nuikc sure ihat their particular candidate will fulfil all the obligations as to minimum business time interest in- the eity's affairs. TARIFF HANDICAPS -1 WESTERN FARMERS MAP SHOWING WIimtE HK1TI8II BYE-ELKCTIOX AVILL TAKE PL AC' PnMbhtd trtfT WWee cuomir? of th l.yur fcdvaa THE witkcv HERALD esflay ia And ooa Bfivl of lue m'tek, local and district 6 iMo UTILIZING FLAX AT VARIOUS TIMES we Imve referrett to tlw bVmiiiig-of'llax straw, thereby wantonly destroying'- -which could be utilized for valuable commercial purposes. The seriqus- ness of this national is called tn mind by an article repro- duced in our columns and published iu Ihc Toronto Globe. It is.one deserves attention not only from growers of flax, but from those who are interested'iii> the industrial de- velopment of the West. Quoting Mr. Joseph Bradshnw, of Saskatoon, the Globe I shows Unit in-the prairie provinces acres of flax have been harvested, yielding tons of straw. The grenl bulk this has been burned. Whereas had there been some kind of [ant to make use of it the straw'could trcalin'ent be lade to produce Ions of coarse suilnble for ic textile" fabrics...... Mr. Bradshaw fnrlhej; slates that .chemical treatment of tho esiduc of the' .would render it possible for turning .into aper. This would-not only be of higher quality than that ob- ined could bc'manufnctured at less.cost, Locally wc_arc siluakd in an area eminently suitable for easy ccess to tlax straw, .and the possibilities of industries oiHbc line f those spoken of plight-to appeal to us, and encourage the.devisr hg of ways and'hicans whereby the product now burnt could be ommcrcially made'use of. The burning of is one of.those signs of wasteful- ess which we in the West are particularly guilty of. It may be liat the prolific nature of. our soil lends ilself to this. a time vill probably'coinc; wheii we shall'have to exercise an ecoitomic )olicy in niakiui' ilie very most of what we raise. In turning biir in-sent attention to.the uses which flax straw may be pUjt we hall be preparing'oursclvcs'for n situation-'which, as tho-years roll on, we may find to face. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. GTY lias had a variety of, conventions. They all, how ever, have. one specific-' aim, Wluch.is-townrds progress and development. Briefly they may be .divided .into three, heads, lh material, the and" -the- spiritual. All of whicl liave their uses in the welfare of (he-body politic. Neither con flicts'with the other. A I the presehf time" we" are welcoming th Jasl named in the Sunday School; Convention. The- men and- women who-Uke-an-interesl in, and; are en v gaged in Siinday School teaching beioofi profession they have accepted frtim choice.-, ffat is' this to their credi; ihal there is nothing in rthe.ir'scle'ctib'rt which 'has iii it anything i tht way of 'personal' or what may-be1 Thei .activities and interests are employed in whaf inay truly de scribed as a labor oMove.- -H Tlie institution of; Sunday Schools may -be regarded as tlj exposition of one'of those national features.in which we are a] cuslomed to take, n'pridc.' 'Thajl" there is'nee'd f schoo no one, however, "worldly, -ftill dispute. Iii" niafiy leases the orgai :jrers and' the teachers' are responsibilii which should be felt and exercised in" "the But (his a -work of 'arrtigalion. "Individuni- as the world ordered, is not evidenced in full JrC cases where it "felt il is'not of exercised. (Toronto Star.) dkiblUtles of the .Western fanner are that he greatly handlcap- the tirilf, which at present conslltutxd, Is urban and euleru, and consequently. does not at all meet western agricultural said Hon. Janiet X Calder, Minister ot Railways, in_an Interview yesterday. Mr. Is on Ms- way to Ollava to .-attend the Intorproviaelal confer- ence there. he added, '.'the Western producer is'not permitted to dispose of a largo shire, uf bis grain and othir products In tits nearest and best mar- a stale of things which must ev- entually undergo change. 'the excessively high cost o[ farm "machinery; lumber Snd other mater- ials'and plant, the hlsh rates of In [or morlKagta and temporary the scarcity and Increased cost ot. forci labor, and the abnormally high-, tranepoltatlon cbxrges.on grain and-other products consigned to Eu with. the. lower price tor sraln as compared with iwo or three years ago. all lend tovrtrd mak Ing (arming an unprotltablo of theie problems ara alone, they hetong lo the Eas.t_a4 well as to the West; It any OUR ;P-0'I-NT OF :VIEW India departments. There should B6 no drouth there.. If uiiy nibre e'x-mayors'enler the.contest for mayoralfy-hbh'r ors, Jim JeffrieVwill be" trying to put over the pn'us again. Home Rule "Sam and Sicxico siiuaring'qtT for a a-municipal election in Lethbridge; Who re- marked "q ulj'. limes 1; the East has greater intern In; development and Ve hive ourselves. In the paa has bier, rapid. In spit ot the coodltlons to which I have re- largely lo the Increase in land values, the enormous influs of outside capital for town, city and roll- road-1ml Ming and eilate Inveit- mejits, also-the better grain price Khlci prevailed. 1 prevent it. there Is bul one sol- uUoa-r-one real agricul- 'furtif must be given a square deal. andVe must get it soon, or he will go "If the development is cboVed or fttar'del, the conEfquenccs will be telt ai; keenly east as west of tha Great Lakes." Tlie'Unionists eipeci to win Reading as Captain IfMe Wilson la vcf popular locally, but tho Liberal'candidate, Pcabody Gooch, Is a very publklil and experienced platform speak'er.. The Libcra.la will.hold Kelr. ley, where Sir S. Bucfcmaaler Is" seeking ro-election on his appointment i Solicitor-General, proviiltrf that the Laljor .poll _.' Mr. Ure's la toicintest nislrlc! again tn thc-Llherai'lnlciest, and .although the was' his majority-at th.f last clecUotir _. 'i has- si bank'noW. co-: operation. If seems Ihat Nprtli might give tlie rest of the city a lesson on getting together, he told ihem.tb follow Lethbridge's lead. omes assuming -the responsibility .'Jwriicilijshquld., but is ften no'ti and sometimes cannot )jc, 'carried info beingr? Sunda School teachin is !n a Sunday School teaching is world that is mainly selfish, appeals' to. many.. It calls-for time most of us vyould prefer .to 'spend 'iri the recreation's 'and diversions 'which appeal to poor 'hunian.na jure. Being, what we arp we cannot be altogether blanied General tendencies, 'therefore, cannot bill, incline us to regard the -efforts of Sunday Schppl workers' as being on "a plane wliich calls for admiration. They are in their partipiiiar nature devoted "to a cause which we TinslincUvely fe'el is for the' good of the; nation. And the volun- tary, self-denial which Sunday School work appears to demand cannot but call for approbation. For a life injyaii.couyer, n Washington school teacher has-been imprisoned for .ten years. It was a Cariadiamjudge who hdnded'down the sentence; Thaiik Heaven for Canadian courts. the A. mbnius have been paid over Id the govern; menl. Which: may be-considered fairly conclusive proof-that Premier Siftpri solved-the prohlcin, and that the sblutipn'-was agreeable to the bank holding the money in trust. The Grain Guide- advises, pocket-book ..patriots -to flng give Canada free entrance for her ,-wheal to the United; Stales. entry of. U.S. sheep and. cattle to help': soirie, too, this fall .when millions of ions'of ed arc going to. waste. 78% 16 86 83 SI .ONE OBLIGATION FOR ALL CIVIC FriOM A QUESTION put at the recc'n'l "meeting of rafepayers in the Fleetwood School, there-is'apparently a doubt in the minds of some as lo men who will (Kcupy tlw should be clear lo the .'public thaVlhose elected lo be.exrjeclcd to give every iliour of what .is considered the miriimum.'busincss time of cighl iJiours to the duties they are elected lo fiilfll." There should be no made about (his. The apportioning of the salary in tnc.-.case of each of the arranged for Ihe.purpQse.of.his.devoting all the time whichjie eiipecled pn-n_particular [line-of business, (o Ihat of Ihe'city. It is not'ah honorarium bu tlic circumstances, is fair, day's wage ifor.a fair Hay's work. vThe provided for is not only.in thf inalur'e of n recompense, but an ralfrac.ti6ri.-in the way of a pccun jinry reward for specific talent. _ The men elected to (he hew qflices'should be those'whom the Vcilizens feel sure w'ill be.frce solicitude iii to which they have been accustomed to give their sol attention, and so be able, without any distraction, to give Ihci lime and energies to the business of thexily. The consid ;eralion of Ihis fact will go largely io facilifale the process of mak '.ing a choice, for il is one of the qualifications, should b jibsohrie in what is demanded. it has been hinted that commission rule means mob rule '.This is a mistaken inlcrnrctation hnve applied t days. Buf the populace of Inc-presenl time is a vasll i'jjnore intelligent one in the aggregate than even ten years agi progress which democratic legislation has made iii late year .'supplies the proof. j There should be nojliing of insecurity in the way of the re afforded to any candidate who.Ijas confidence in his ability Confidence bcgels confidence, and in nccepling office il should h -a case of crossing the -Rubicon which divides him'from his business worries and simi those which he wi Io..fak6up r.ole-of cpmmissiqner. In case of any misunderstanding, .ho-wevsr, il be. w< No belter adyertiseiuent of-Hie city's solidity could be found lan an announcement thai 85 or of the taxes had been-paid uring the discount period. tale will next Saturday mprn- Threshing-is coiiiplefed in Southern ay. What is hardly excusable. So if it rains.'ah'd now, shqiihl growl, in facl everyone slioulc! wear happy smile. -lt-means-a crop next year.- No more important instructions can Ire given voters; than liat men, not are.the, consideration at the coming muni- Do nol.'iillow-contentious issues to cloud Ihe ifeal eason for the selection of good'men'. If .this is ne in mind .campaign will be a sane afTnir. An oil compBi'iyhas been floated in Cnlgary with ssets, hut il is .capitalized -aI If Mayor nlo deep water during the campaign while trying lo explain the ipsilion of the. dly's. finances, let him send for- the promotfcrs. fhey have the financialtjrirn of mind. WE.NEED WIDER MARKETS. (Winnipeg Tribune.) The'.h'lghest pries fortarley in Min- neapolis Is 65 cents. I'The'liighest price In Winnipeg la spread Is therefore cenls per Story_in Two Chapters. CHAPTER T." cash prices for wheat on October Mo. one.norlhem Xo.'.rhre'e1 northern ..'.v 75. Rejected for seeds one Reject'ei ior seeds two.....i '2 VjoV. one' Red Winter two' Red Winter inrea Hed Winter pllAPTBli fl. -Mliine'apollslcash' prlcts. tor wheat pn.gctoher 28: Mo.-one hard........ No.- one northern...... two noiiii.ern Nor.three northern No! one durum two durum 'premier Borden'ls the man who farmers out ot the.Jllnnca- -THE POEM THAT CAME TRUE. From the New York World in 03B ol Kipling's poems Sir An- thony Gloster, dying, tells his son to take-'hla body in the old "Mary Glos- which 'was the foundation of his fortunei as a ship-owner. hacSt to the Straitc of .Macassar. "By the Little Paternosters, as you come- to the Uiiloa. and there elnk body and, ship together, where his wife lay -beneath the wawes. LasVed In our old deck-cabin with all three port-holes wide. An' she trims best by the head Down-by Ihe head and slnkin', 'nrcs are drawn and coM, the water's splashin' hollow on f UKe skin of the! empty. hold- Churning an1 chohlns and chuckling, ''''iialet and scummy lower hatches, i i i Sjmething such a sea furnernl was ihal- ot James Freeman nush, who dieo.'in August In a Porlland jlal'.i- His widow and two Mende, fol- his last wishes took an urn 'the had CHANCES ARE: Prescoti' Journal. IpaHri'dge 'evl'denily fcaunts-Ilew Brad- ley's with su ch f ore e; that f caplurSl! If aBoi t el even Ed. could "iltOTu to ;Intlte some of. his "ftoof the Mountain Herald. who lives about a raile west of .town, has a sow Ihat In pntyeir yielded him J422: "Mr. Graham has the'figurca for tho abqve we are Inclined lo. be- lieve .pays 'much. DetterTthan pubiishlng a" newspaper. 'an.4-.the loweii c'oit. Large now steamers. Weekly sailings. fUser've 'ac- commodatlpcs now.. For full Intofmatlpn ask any railway-or. stearashlp agent, or, r H.' EV LIDMA'N, General 349 Main St. "Winnipeg, Man. Mote the Jimy appeuance -'these Ptnman Sweater Coats J-.-' Ttey drape the figure as gracejiilly as custom tailored garment because kniMo-form ..'-Wrkrjitjwiih exacting care to fit the'varying physical. types of men, women.and pliildren, Sweater .Coats retain their manieloui land piedstng made from The best iekclid wool. You know you need a sweater, "t, are scorcsbf occasifins is vogue. Ask fora Penman'. Look for the trademark. Pans, We THIRD AVENUE- S. ROSE SPECIAL W17 FOR THE fJOMlN'O DRBSS 8BASON FfNEST E'NOLISH.yiCUNA PRESS; Celebrated- With htavy -f Ca'n'not be Bilpife feited'fiiewhii're _ Cluctt's lircss SMUs, rerrin's Oloves, Relays Dress VESTS Itn'porte'rl from Jfew !n rtct eterylhlnir of p-artlcular mm', .lie Ctllir.' containing his ashes aloaril BChoo'n'er .Lydla, on which he cruised! far In recent years, and "put for open sea." Ten miles out the beimsman throw Ihe Lydla Into the iriiidl fircw and mournett were Ir.ins- hifeJ lo R motor In toy. The yacht, was pciitllci, and all hands 'revtretitlr by until she aanfc yvlih -every sail Bet, defiant to (he last Into Ido clean green BLOW TO .THE POOH. THE- OF COMMERGE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT From the Bmporlii Oazstte. Ant ounce men I la mado in the Ion papers that tlie styles In plug have been so radically changed that 'no" mail "will ilaro 'venture oat with last year's model. Is the ol living panchtd up to- other- notch. 7lme Tras'wheh A plug "d'eiicendo) from blfedlng sire to fen, '-'Bill now the cat cioen'l hi.iD moro, ihan two niters of kilties In a mail's1 tat before no hM to torxiB roam Wife, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance other valuables in one of these boxes Vf i IWOKHATIOII TO Lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgi' ;