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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Till: LKT itBRIDftE" ifEKALD -il ,1 P 4- k SI': l! I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Weiluo.silay, ESTABLISHED DECEMDER 1K7 Pufcll.hcd by the t-ethbrWje Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every a it it, Sixth Street, LetKbrldjj, Alberts, ful PHONE: And Ntn, Dspi'toienl 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Miniglnrj T. W. GUAYLC Managing Editor JOHN TORRANGE CtrcuUti And Job DepirttrtnU 1252 DAILY SUSSCfilPIION RATES 1 jejr dcUveieJ ,1 jear, bj- null KM. C months, delivered S2.00 r. e-oattu, by mill 11.53 I montbj, dollvpred 51.00 S ruoatbs, by mill ......75c i noatb, Mlrfret S5c. 1 ffioath. by cull......Me. u but toth niw QM mint tirtc. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Druj Booi Store; J. G. erlsoD Co.: Jackson Co.; A'.eiaadra Hotel; Peo- pla's Drug Store; Kctay Allln; Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress But- fet laaeb. Diamond D'Aro, Medicine Hat Hotel D. Fergusoa. Mur- pty Co.; CrsDiwoofe Boot Company. Xevs Company. PlrKhcr McCres: Mitchell Drug Co. Bros. Vancouver Neirs Co.; Shop, 115 Street........ Xexrj Co. River. Avenue. Grassy Laie Hotel. .Co-" hen' NeT7s Agency. Book and News Store. 10JA Sth West; Nans Co. Plnchsr7 Stntffln -'E< SL News Co.'' Kuol- dea. Nevrs-Co. "THE'WEEKLY'HEB'A'LD- tTtrj- rlcht orniSTt pim. and conuiai sucir.srr il of tlVneSk; lical tetrlct 1 year la ......71.00 mMtls In 50c A TT HAS COME under the notice of the Herald that niiirfi trouble J is lieing experienced by farm laborers in gelling their wages from their employers. Happily'this docs not apply to the large percentage of-farmers-engaging help during the'harvest period, but action is taken altogether top frequently.. Xot only docs il reflect on the community; but at Ihe same lime the [armors are culling tlieir own throats. It is anjbsplufe necessity that Eastern harvest hands be imported to gram fields. If they be forced lo the their wages, the story they carry hbriie wiii'no'Kemillo increase (lie numbers in coming years. If the courts would tack a good stiff line on the delinquent farmer, it might help to put a slop nonsense. At any rule farmers should heed the warning or they may find themselves in the predicament of the shepherd Sail who cried "Wolf" once loo often. LESSONS FROM THE'HARVEST, C 0 FAR as Southern Alberta is concerned tlireshin" is ijrac- lically anxieties with regard to-harvesting have lieen all removed. 'OpporliinHy is given to take stock of'Hie yield. -..From fe'iiorls which have been .published from liine'l'o time Ihe. Variations as -to average- quantity .of 'grain must have been scale frbifl'nine.busliels in sonic cases (o forty bushels in others.; ;JJ4 digger yield lias been'due proper nieihods Those vyHo siiinU-.returns hei'-libors have had large ones should use Ihe.occasion fo'r enquiring'.iiuo the reason. Thcre-'slibuld'be'no'-diffidence 'amorigsl fafnftrs in asking experience. This parlic- iilarly applies lo those in Ihe district who Have only recently laken up TaruiirYg. ..--Independently of any particular favorable conditions flic one feature in the season's produce has been the use of summer fal- lowing.- "Where yield has been large and quality good it has been B factor in'the result. of Hie presen! harvest if carefully taken (o imna By farmers ought to produce results which will cause the nesf season to eclipse what is generally considered to he a-cood year.- WILL THE GOVERNMEis'T llEAR THE CAIX? THE editorially the Dorden jjov ernmciit lo busy itself about a solution of the problem of the high cost. of living in Canada. Coming as it docs from a news- paper conducted al least' by tferillemcn frienrlly fo the. gorem- mcnl, thc-deniand is a sign of. the ircnd of opinion amongst Con- servatives., Unquestionably (he high cost of living must be dealt with and it can handled by measures of tariff relief. Arlhu'r Hawkcs.Svlio so vigorously opposed reciprocity which. would Jiavc provided free food fbr Canada, in an address the oilier day declared that the new Wilson tariff in the United Slates was already increasing {lie cost of living in cause Canadian products were finding market across ilie border mid consequently increasing the cost on this side. llnwkcs sugtjesls as Ihe remedy the, removal of duties by the Canadhn ffnTrninmLw ibr.f )1HW competition in fonrl ihiis w.huvc men coming over within a verv P nnc'lc WJml the "llic'wnler is one during which Ihe cos I of livinu bears ,hc people of Canada nlTrctel bv S pnces; Al prest-nt, Ihorefore, when .fros, and snow e mmh ejU of (he subject i, timely; and there ,nu, 1 e v ordiscussmn before the situation is remedied :t was forwarded io Canaila reccriHy from (Ire-it Uri( ain a. report of tin inquiry inlo the cost of living, as it incre-i< in several countries during the. past eight years, conducted h'v' the Board of Trade of the United Kingdom. A special scclUm V the inquiry wjs.dcvnlcd. lo.Canndn. Considering the imporlHiice of Hie. forced ]b ccid clltde ihai siiDirfcni alltntion hris no( been paid iii'lfiis cbunfry fo Hie nsfonishinK, iirdljcd ujg, lliis" jnriuiryj'Uitt't Uit cost ul living, as regards food, has increased in our country much faster limn in any other section of the civilized world. In Ihe years between 1899 and 1913, lite cost of our foodstuffs went up fifty-one per 'cent, hi no other of the nine, countries of which statistics were tabulated was the; rise above 33 per cent. "Canada's position in regard to the cost of food is establish- ed by "these most unsatisfactory of countries. Whether a similar comparison imulo with regard io clothing, fuel, light and other necessities would be more satisfactory lo Canadians is yet a imeslion to'ascertain. Certainly, however, when it is borne in mind that the people of the.'Dominion must! hear the burden of trying conditions conscqucnt'iipou the severe winter weather for several uionths each year, one obtains a clear- er idea of the population's handicap in regard. lp the vital ques- tion of dear food. "With this country's population paying more Hum "that of the others for their food. at least as' much for other necessi- ties of necessities, the federal government should surely fitui within the province of its immediate ucjioii the adoption of measures io if possible, miliga.te this Siv'iwy natiomil tax. is the government j meeting its obligations in this regard? It is not; it is, as known, noUiiaking u.move, though il is hard lo this The i-s cciiccnlrating in it? "untin j the government's'iiiarti'vity in the matter. And it docsVwcll.' is nothing to pi-eycnl the Horden administration 'froriij carrying on iiii enquiry concurrently with the pro-1 gram in oilier diceclioiis, whether il deals with the navy, liie or the other fuiir-'dozen'minor measures now up, for lion.- There is no domestic subject that can compare with the! cost of living in point of'interest-as regards Ihe citizens' welfare. To. the urban dweller with a fixed salary, a large family veloped paternal situation is. wciijijiyi and anxious considerations. There is the. physical, upkeep of-his family and tiie.'ino'rat. aspect as well. And wlinfanplics family is likewise pertinenl io llic Tlitt'enforcctffiHi- gality of these'limes is a dciully lo theTprogi-css qiflhe race. Thai is that hns tb be grajijiied with; ami il lies outside- of tlift furicliqii of any luilvlhc sujiijcme governing body to take up the problem and sift it to the .rciflyjial conclusion that must s'omeliow be reached." VV I 'The Liberal oil record on Ibis vital procily -meant relief in this direction. It was dcfeiitej] by the Canadian people, but Liberalism .has not abandoned Speaking a few'days ago at JoHctte', Sir Wilfrid LaUne'd emphali- cally declared Ihe Liberal party was rcduc'ti< KLKOTION METHODS IN HUERTA: -rfcii is my scrutineer, i'am not going to offer you any bribes. But my scrutineer has ord.r. to shoot anybody who does not vote for rne." IT n reduction n e im clarc.1 for free fqo.i in a speech. in Bruce hve-elcclion T} Lal-paasmou ,s clear; and it is evident Premier Scott, of Snskd ent financial stringenc-y. in tlic world can he endured except smooth sea never made the skilful-mariner." "Who will say I now tliat, the. West docs not produce philosophers? O'TJ-R--POINT Hill Bryan ought to tour J Calgary talks of giving eacli rntepayers will'remark that it is almost loo much 'I land be moved to tlic si Mexicfj ami speech, j Carson and his insurg( grudge Punch has agai aklennan Some cynical Punch suggests Hint (he channel between Ireland and Scot- be moved to tlic sonlhsidu of north east Ulster, thus adding .._., 1..-. (o Wonder what against A man al Duck Lake, Sask., raised a this year. Bread fruit-arid" dnlc palm next. 115 If we were lo follcAy the Mexican method of shooting defeat- ed candidates, Lelhbridge's'popiilation would fake ifuil'c'a tumble after municipal electron'lay. _ [I is put up to all nniiu'cipal caiKiidatcs that Ihcy must .-.-'.'-Imake-pnc-hour speeches every lime Ihcy appear1 before an nud- a-pouud pumpkin icncc during the campaign, (he stimclhiug of Ihc-nalure of an diminution contest. The. question will Ihcn be, who '.ciin TheWhislgr The t-jll an jilant fo fruits at r.rimsby, Onl.. GEOBGE .HAM AS A JUDGE A lol-pf our-business men yeslcrday heard the'first Sumlay School speech in a Quarter century. Wonder if will lead them old path. V Saturday' Xight) George Hi Ham, of the C. p! R., was a good many years ago an alderman of '.the.'-Clty of blni the right at time to sit f.s o (Justice 01 the Peace. A comixjsilor The -Provincial- Premiers favor increasing the salaries Of lhe harl arfcsu Ueutenanl be an unpopular move for very few people cxpecl such a job. llam.wjs called upon durinr; the at) r _ j bence or sickness of Ihe ordinary oc- r, i cupant of the bench to act as a J P.' !f many-more mayoralty aspirants enter the field the bound- The accused, delighted al me fact of arics of the cily will-have to lie extended to find enough qualified "am 'he plead- electors to go upon the nomination papers. The proposal the "Western l-air Circuit is a'gooil one in many may tend to smaller exhibits fr.oin Eastern Canada, il.piivcs'llic way (o holding in (he season. (he only.limc to hold an agricultural fair in.lliis counlrv. wi "guilty." To Ms terror, he addressed as follows: "Prisoner, the sentence of the court upon you Is that: be WV.en to thu place in Mon- I oft. Just because in taxes had been received up till J day night is no reason foi-i'iosc, have not lo hold Pay them in. till-it can.gel. Banish the, ghost of financial stringency for good aiid all. Tliu.Proyincial meet fhe'high cosl of, living by' n'sk- ing for an iiicrcase'ih.'tlft's'niarics paid U) Lieutenanl-Govcrnors, and an anxipiis public will wail for their aclion towards" relieving the rest of us on the.sump which' you last confined, and ttie'a" by the neck until you be and rosy -the Lord havo mercy, iipnn your soul.1' The man gazeij in horror. continued the j'jilEC, "you n.ay piy, the costs of this j home." Tliis' was the only In which the- alderman prosified' as a judge, ho sa'ys, " was the only great criiclrial case In uhlch 1 was ever a" ANDY .BROOER'S' LME3T The new fees for registration of com- panies may have a deterrent effect on some, of Ihe embryo oil well conceins. Concerns wilh of visible assets floating companies maj'1 find it hard to dig up (he rcgisira- tioii fee. (r 606 THIRD AVENUE JAS. S. ROSE 'SPECIAL FOB OOMI.VCf OllESS SEASON' ENGLISH VICUNA PHONE 1317 ;tJRESS SUITS; Ctlebrated heavy silk facings .Cinnot be duplhated eljewhere ?f n'M'f 1Ve" Tl from New York-'tri' fact everything' Roll Colls-'.- w parllMl.r man. .Ste the '-Siliifdftf Mghti ot Wia in Ottawa ''a days ago. He'.lelling CommfssionVr Denis Mur- I'hy, n'n'd two.-o'r'tiiree oilier- friends, about 'the successful 'celebration .of the OhrysIer'R Kaim. liank1 .dolngl1' cnqulrerl Mr. Mdrphy... ThM-was a'rcference '.n tr-p branch of of Oliawa.TMr.'iliirphy being one fit the directorial the. Ottawa Institu- tion. Anily'D-cyes'tvlnldc-il ns he rc- plfM. the rnanain- ni'f'lt is ralhcKdshy." TJonis looked tlarlled, and asfccrl, "ilow the. If.P. replied-. "Weil. Vour manager's name 'is llcrrine, and'they have Just appointed 'a new accountant namcrt Flnnld.'" formerly ot Stouffvllle, haa'd'ccn sailed to liie Fonlljlll (JapdsC'ChiiTcn. Thomas'-White of Oranscvllle was the viciim of a murderous asaault, and Carter is arrested. A Il.tmlllon Jury awarded Frtd. Mlz J76 agalns! MnglntriKc .Idle, tor wrongful i'jJgment. Ho sut-d' (or LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, J913. NAME 613 5H 12 Crow's Xest prow's N'esi-Elpreas Flyfir 11 Soo-Sookane Plycr 512 Ixical 511 E6.5 56 1 516 ARRIVALS "J FlIOJl UUB TO ARIilV .Kooten.iy j.nndinfj'. Medicine Hat Spoltanc......................6.1 .....St. Paul............. T.ocal ...........Medicine .......'----Cnlga'ry Uldersydo liranth) ..15. .15. .19. ..10. .13. NAMK 613 Crgi'g i.S'eBi Express....... GU.'CroK's Xcsl Bxi.ress .12. t.Soo-Spolcan.e Flyer........I 11 Soo-.Spo'sane'Flyer 612 DEPARTUHES FOH HUB TO ..........Medicine .Kooleday 1. v .St.' 'Paul ...'...................6. 0. ...Medicine Mat Hat 611. 556 .Local (vn AWcrsyiie) 3. '..17. '..IS. The Confidence of Depositors in Ihe Union Bank cl Canada fs Well Placed Our Paid-up Capital Is Funci over. Asssls over Ai a natural ccnstquence, our deposlU are In 1900 they 1905 in 1910 In 1912 whlla they TOW LETH8RIDGE BRANCH ORASSY LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TINNING, Manage' A. B. KINO, Actg.Miriagsr ;