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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T i TE' LETUBRilXSE lUlLY IIBRALD. Thm-Mlay, Oc'tobcr SO." 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER INT by: 4ht LctJibrldje Htrald Printing Co., Ltd, every law Ivl evening Its office, Sixth Street, Lelhbrlij'. Canada, PHONE: Edltalil, R ewrtorl al An! Depitment 1224 T. W. QUAYt-E JOHN TORRAMCB BullttiSI Minasfr PH01SE: And 1252 OArt-Y SUBSCRIPTION RATES yea- delivered S'-OO 1 year, by nail E konlbs, delivered SJ.W months, Sy mil I Eoiths, delivered nonths by mall 1 month, delivered..... 35c- 1 noath, by mall s bat both new M4 iuJt be eireo. M.W Jt.50 T5C chjcied as often THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross DJUS Vancouver Wide World News Co.; Nenj Sboo, 145 Granwcil Street........ Newft Co. River Avenue. Grauy Lilfl Hotel. .t .Co hen, Agency. Book an! News' Store. 1CSA Sth Ave. Co: "Plnchtr 'Kaward st News Co. KcoV Newi Co. i Booi Store; J. G. Rob- t Co.; Jictsoa 4 Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Bras Store; Kenny t LttabridEa Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress But- Jet Lurch. Dlinvnd D'Ara Medicine Hat Assbibcli D. Ferguses. t Mur- "pty Co r' CrsiiliropV Company. Nawa Conpany. Plncher McCreir iHtcbeli Drus'Cc. Of what uiuy be cousulurcd strictly climatic diseases, such as mtitiim, happily there is no exisli-iiixv Typhus, fever from unwholesome ociittt- lions, was a plague, in piy-hygisrnc days in the history of Ktiio- peiin cities, and is how comparatively rare, is mil of place in Alberta. But il has been fhe cause of one death. Apart from .the inU'rest, which must admit is n morbid one, the statistics 'furiiuli, they give some-idea of tlie complex units of our population. Outside the iuhahilants from (ircat Briluin :md the United Slates, there are uationalities from six European countries But Ibis does, nil. for there is the classification of "Others" and also The compiling of statistics of this nature lias ils useful pose in attniclihj; iilteiitiou to the deadly nivofje-s .of diseases' which the observation of liyyieiiic lavs will dp inuch to ycduce. In this the inforiualioii will be of much help. F1.HST GREAT LA.KB.WRECK OF THE SEASON YHE WEEK1.V HERALD I eTer? Wedatsdar In an3 conUlEJ 6umrsar7 ct (he cewa of Ihe wceS. local anfl dlftrlct 1 year In advanco.....11.00 6 immths 1? Advance 60 ENDORSING A PRINCIPLE. THE DKCISIOX of Ihc Provincial Ciuveriiiiti'nljigiiinsl a l liun of Muwulti.l'nrk licihg tnmsferjcd'.'to "the tiovcrimiciit for uu armory, site, has thrown Ihe press of. Calfiwry 'into a reguhir turmoil. There are'naturally- Hie pros ami anlis in Ihe discussion." "The latter" view" lli'o provincial decision r as influenced by liialicc aforethought, because, as-Uu1 Cnlgai-yj Herald expresses il, tlie-Viisi innjonly of llic' Calyary people art i entirely with the 1 This is one o.f, looking at il from a pdlilical standpoint, bul whether there is iiiiMcient reason for reading such action into the minds of flic-government is another question.: Looking at it from the onlside.'with no local in- terest in the matter, we cannot see how 'the government could have decided differently. oljierwise ilwoultniavc stultified its own ciiaclmenls. It had-just passed a bill agaiijst bnnusina, to have the same force in cities which il-previpusly licld in other municipalities: Ami when the Calgary, morning, paper.suvs that the legislature, has laul down a principle agaiiislibomisingaiid hus insisted on "carrying1 buflhc principle on Ihe'fii-sl il is slating wiiiH ciinriot-bul appeal Io what is rali.onnl in humuii THE WHITE STAR LINE'S- New OLYMPIC TO PROTECT FROM THE. UNSCRUPULOUS. the coming ot rough fall Uie' grain boats and ou the International Great J-tikes arc having the "usual rough time. Aftei four days buffeting about on Lake Ontario, tie schooner SUso. above was" abandoned by.the: crew, ivho were rescured by- the-llfe-savlug boats oG Cubours. ou Sunday. October 19th: THE nalure. AMONGST the community, as -in all communities, llicrc exists a ceiiain nuoibcr of unscrupulous men. This has been denoted by the cumplainls regarding the ditiiculty of Keiliuy Ilicir wages by laborers, to which reference has been made. With this present experience it would, not be aniiss to draw allcnlion to legislation recently the provincial govcrn- incrit for Hie protection of a class of agric.ullurnl workers. The itccd for tlie, now. appear apparent.- We refer, to the measure known as the Threshers' Lipii. __ Under lliis enactment the thresher.has.the right Io put a lien upon suflicierit grain to cover the cosl of all the attending opera- lions. The value, of the seized grain is to be esliniated at ils then current price at the nearest market. Tlu's 'cffcctivc.'remedy threshei-man possesses re- cjjuiri'si to be widely _ people may feel ill-Jlie.'inaUcr.lhose with no prejudiced feelings either way, and laking.-a-broad cannot but ngree'tlijii the only co'.i'rsc 'op'en" i as to endorse Ijic-principle which it lias_ made law. -0 UE P NT O E The prefortntial-ballot is-one place dea'd failure.'.'''.. Medicine Hai have a street manufaclpry locate there. It vtill'p'ro'bably "gc'i it ahead of ils'streel raihvay. The Calgary .people who haven't slruck oil.Jiaye cerlainlj run upon a lot of to hear Ihem waste Ihc hours talking abonl the great discovcrie's., Saturday Night) Prince Albert, SepL 30, 1613. i) ''Economist" Dear enclose you a form of iropoial for taxation of Ite unearned ncr'eruent which Is fceing cir- culated in Saskatchewan and elss- ii-hlch ha'3 received the enerai .endorsement of the president of one of our. universities. Note that the jirbposed esuroprlaiion the. future Increment1" Yours truly, b. P. >i. The dbcuaent received from our correspondent Is to be presented to Scit'tj Premier of .the of and has widely circulated. It begins, by setting.' forth In logical njanner. the principies upon which the petition is in these ave that thai Individuals should be the individuals, wh.lje such-values as are not created, by-ln- but by tlie community, should-belong exclusively to. the coin- Is, so mUhl'meetVlt.i deToat, wliereas proposal to.tate but 30 per cent, of i might succeed- .The latter portion o LONDON-PARIS m bill Sfi SiBtlmoftlo Novl 15 liec. 13 OFFICES 333' MAItf Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing )rlqw' Open Attractive Sailings Routcf Therefbro- wo. do -petition your eratnoul -io. take steps In con-i luncltatt tbo'govoroKent of Can- ada as shall rcuder all lands In tbo prorlr.oo of Bftsktifchcwan amenable to tbe-said- UxatJoi! pi thirty per cent on profits.-over and above luaprorement ere- ieiiig determined by Pi-qrn "rqcbrds of actual safes and the of legally. coqitUuteiJ bonrds of nnd'further for the plac- ing' of1 charge 'on aH'agree- raenls qf'sftie of not''les5 tbak per. r.eaU pt ijio''Calculated unearned 'prbfityaccruins; tjie balancei'or twen- ty To; bo. "recoverable" In "its entirety frorhj the.'Belier on! the'cotn- 1 .And.that only..sueh'part of the said lovies-as. your deem p.dvlsablo of the public MONTREAL. QUESECj LIVERPOOL CANADA ...Nov. 1 MEGAIJTIC Nov. 8 TEUTONIC ..I............: Nov. 15 LAliRENTIC CHRISTMAS.SAILINGS Fronv From Portland Hallfex 'CANADA. ...1- Nov.. 29 rJov. 30 MECANTIC _ 6; Dec. 7 TEUTONIC "Dec. 14 Vin C. 1 NEW YORK While otar Line-LIVERPOOL Nov. 20 BaftlCj'Deo. IL. Celtic New York, Plymouth ft long f PROGRESSING IN THE NEW FAITH. THE ANNOUNCEMENT frorii Washingfon.D.C., that the five per cent, prcferenlial clause in the. law will be nullified goes, to how far the United Slates is going in its new free Ira'de. The .clause lo'be' deleted 'allowed .a dis- count oh goods Brought to the'-Stales in'American oiit on the goyernmenl to extend the same to ships of all other important maritime, nations. In this there was the semblance of protection. The idea of the original proposal in the mailer of discrim- ination, wasl without doubt, to to Americ'an'com- mercc, much the same, though far more rigor- ous, as was intended by the navigation laws which were in opera- tion in Great Britain for the space of. centuries. These were repealed immediately the country adopted 'free trade. Though the navigation laws were instrumental in keeping a large amount of the carrying trade in the bands'of the English, it wns argued that, the principles of free trade being undoubtedly sound, Eng- land must, in the long compensated for. any concessions made.lo.just.principles. Just such a view might have presented.itself to the authori- ties in the'United Stales in their -'second thoughts" on the tariff measure. And it is a refreshing sign as. showing the extent to .which the sentiment in favor of .Ihe principles of free trade is progressing in which is shaking off protection. Canada'sjiire losses per Lelhbrirlge can't be blamed for Ihalfor ho cily in the country" can boasl of as small of Sir Ricliard McBride talked in'a partisan way: about Ihe navy before the Ottawa Canadian Andithen we ure'.lpld Richard is a Svliich in his case for a pprlisan about one inch-widri J'. Free whea'l is'riot-all1 the. Western farhicr iveqd free cattle, free sheep, ffec agnc-ul.lural niHcliinerj; and 'a oilier things, nlong the rest of'the people suffering from the high cost of living, liti-Vviiiils all food put on the free; llti d-become- the rtvenue lor or .state; and be collected and eipend; eil' by -govern.ment. "la" now levied on tbe'TveaUli orcated'. by the individual could -be abolished, UaTlng'wllU him all that he creates, while tho wealth or values -by the community' would so to'lbe; community. other hypothesis than the cwW there V? to ..the'." term "pwneVihlp." 'The are easy. Wealth cinnot come into existence. save by the of libl. iaDor. and wise. could I be than fiind of the municipalitiea and.towns affected, .to b.e- the prorince.of Sastatsiic'wa'n for- jnvest- tie.Deeded public An'd JMhe.cpnstiiutiqnality of such may, the sivme .By-'lhe. respective govein meats' .to', thiji'gb.vej-a.rneni of or of. Oi )lrltain, for- th'e'.neefled 'amendrnenta to the law lo'the thft local iTmchinery of-gDvernment bo_ made, effective for d. levie s. Note.-7-Slu.ce.the. ab_ovo was prepar- ed G.. Prince Albert that.'Prcmjer..Sitto'h" has Introtluc.ed.a resolution for, taxing Premier Border) was about to.put a ceht'Americsfn piece, in a corners lone'at Qsiehet when his atlenlion was drawn fo.tjic awful and .a Canndian fifty ccnl was hurriedly found ( .tlip slonc. Evidently it was feaicd iiii American coin'might have made the building art adjunct of Uncle Sam. ALBERTA'S DEATH ROLL. "THE STATISTICS of fhe province for Ihc'year (join: hy com- piled al Edmonton furnish items of much interest to those! The Gimli election in Mimiloba is to be inlnliy Jfie courts unless an taken to the Supreme Cdtirt; The'.Sliic-. donuld election.wliicli took place monlhs heforc cannot be iri.Ycs- ligalcd because technicalities hold the protest-up.'. Why this'de- sirc of Manitoba Conservatives to avoid nn iriqiiiry into thc.elc.e- tion of their candidates? .'The procedure iippears ,sus- picinns. '.-i who reside in the province. Amongst these is'thai which relales to the'causcs'of nriht-num- ber of ailments to which., the, human flesh'is'prone. There lire no k-ss than one hundred'and'.flfljMwo diltercnt diseases men- tioned, including such formidable names as mycosis, leucliaemia, tnctphalilis, ccrcbrospinal fever and.others which need a medical 'dictionary for explanation. To all this array of diseases with the exception of .thirly-lwo people in Alberta have fallen victim's.' The niufiber of deaths altogether has been 4002, including suicides, and those who have succumbed to accidents. Oftho. total number 1312, that is nearly one-third, have been i infants under: one. year, while the next largest number I. which includes adults between the and 41 years. I :.The number of those who have died Under. 14 years of age, inclml-j i ing infants under a year, is 1990, almost one-half of the deaths. There is something in this which calls'for. serious attention I if are not to rely on immigration alone for- the growth of our j population. -It is significant that in infant mortality 258 have fallen victims to diarrhoea and enteritis which point to a wanj of carefulness in" feeding. Here appears a need for hygienic education. In the general causes 6f death pneumonia lakes second place with a toll of 223, then'follows lyphbid fever with 207 uml tuber- culosis of tlie lungs 203. There linvc been 25 cases of suicide in Hit province, by ]ioi- ton, asphixia, bttiiging aiid by by drowning is Prisoners-ai-lbc Kingston pen. complain that, they were'nbl Bathed for days. If; they wen: ill Ihe Lcllibridgu-pcn. they would- n't have thai trouble. A" lake is at the db.or to Iciiipl Ihem, Yoi ou Tlie South Bruce bye-election, is .taking .place loday. Y know the way. bye-elections go. Well we guess that c finesses in the post having been good. The Hriice ilerald and .the Conservative weekly il Son III a recent issue declared: "With Mr. Donnelly ir the upper chamber and Mr. Cargill in tlie federal house, the, in (crests of Bruce should he fondly remembered anil. cared for by Hie boys who deal the cards al Ottawa." Likely. wllfic dcalf'tiiciivtmlay and Cargill will win Ihc gam'< See 'tomorrow's jleratiW- 605 THIRD AVENUE PHONE JAS. S. ROSE SPECIAL KOFI THE QOMIND DHB3S SBASOX. FINEST EK01 ISH VICUNA PRESS SUITS CeUbratcd -'Camfrtell" flk faclngt .Carjndt be J40.00 Cliietl's Dresj UrrasTtes. WHITE DKKss {rora New fact everything, ol tho best for Hie particular' man. .See the new Roll Collar. MAJESTIC Nov. 2C. "QCEANi.C Dec. 5 Hew Boston, QueenBtoni Liverpool Nov. 18 and-Dec. 1R Arabli: The Laurentlc nnd MegantTc arc tlio largest steamers' in. Trade aod.embody.all-tho cpraforli luxuries-ol un-lo-date'trBvel. Dip and" Vabic ara termed Ships on ivhlch-p.iFScngcrs beat nc- commouatiop's' Second' -..rates.- .Comfort and economy com- bined. Oth6r :il Booilota, etc.. '9 ril1' or steamship agent.or.write, Ml HcLEpp, Canadlfn Western Pasiengtr 'Aoent, 335 Main St. Winnlp.en-.j LOCAL AGENTS 6. B. AGENT "Ask about our. Nine Pan- arna and vyrjs.Undles, or -Mcdit-. erranean Crlusas Alylera, Italy. and by fecognizing that when an InJiv'Id- 'a certain amount'of wealth.must be absolutely his own! It Is clear tint ho.who did not bring wealthJnlp latence. would, In such Instance. none save sucli as he could tain" from thoae who did bring to' eilstcnce. Ho might obtain it as gift, or he mijht steal It, or he might Main it through o legalized syalem s at preheat. The latter ia undoubtedly the means y-which is diverted Into the hands ol 1 the wealth created in ihe dustrial processes o! this and other ouritrle.8. It Is a system to which all te subject, and for which all arc re' any arc -'responsible. ne thing Is perfectly clear, however, n nil this complexity, and that 13 that the meaning assign d'toSV above and (hat we must pro- ect Uie principles of and 'possible, ilreVgthen tiera. 'Assum ng for thd uiomont ..Ihat we canriq' ee'tie probleni. entirety, wo an a'l kast'deal with it by meani o topping up a riolp wherever we aea leek, v Such a leak .undoubtedly akoatpl'tte ln-ihe matter.of land len ure. No '.thoughtful pereon, surely w'oulti..any longer dispute '.that thi Is iiiado principally b; tho cjoWtnutilty, and yet It goes' ti the Individual holder of the land. Kur :h'er, :one reason why to hli Is. llijit.the land not paying th equiuble sharo of-the "jveriiracr.L'-. Public 61' fof'i laiid.'i and' the- laid to.'permhltd I o'jeipe.irom paying, tKe bill. Her at nte, MI ei by ottelniaf It. All all "the nituril Hi4 la of th Itna arUlr.g out ef the community oiitoi the Individual owner. if you can see any other inttanci In whtch ''unearned Increment1' arls< Is no.argtiment against'taking It tbe Instance shown above, but Is on afiolher'lnstancc should reccl1 attention in the of.-lho 1 prosperity of ihe countr iThe petition' above dp not even propose to lake thd who ol lliis'unearned Increment for go ernment revenue, Ihe petitioners fe Ing, no doubt, that a proposal to do earned Increment on the lines discuss- ei T Douglas Man'sori, formfrljf 'ol Tor- onto, who had -been working as a bailer in Guelph, lelt suddenly lea.v- Sarnia bylaws'to ling his wife niuntnT bebm'rt. fiv. the. assessment on the Perfection Since then, letters Irota Kngland in- Stove.Works and to .that ho wile there as tena1 water f'well. ra't of.tjie public fun.da, of'mJd 'arid are itilnf TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. ARRIVALS "S'AMB DUE TO AKR1V1] N'lJst-Kxprcss '..-..........Kootenay Landing .23.40 0. 3 Crow's 4 Crow's N'est- Express Flyer Iwal 1. i.ocal 10 Local...'..-.-.. j7 Ixic.M......... .Medicine Hat paul .Medicine Hal Coutta ,.-II.. Cardston Calgary (.-Mdersydo binnch) 6.15 la O. NAMK 18 Crow's -S'cat Kxprcss Nest' Kxpr.cea Hyer Klye'r Local DEPARTUHES FOR DUR -TO.-DEPART ..23.50 ...........Kootcnay t.nndlng .v.......'...'. 4M5 Paul c-1? C-J3 ...........Medicine Hat ............Cranbrook I o. aa ...........Coulls............................ 9-3? ...........Cardalon ............Calgary ...1S.OJ THE CANADIAN BANK QF CQMMERGE ant KOMUND D.C.I.. Tintem lAIID, JOHN A1RD. M al oip HI IP, m TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Hank of Cflmi IAKrlu, lire, caa be LetKbHdge Branch I or purcliarcJ al rcasonablu R, T, Brymncr, Mgr. ;