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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page -t THE LETII BRIDGE IIERALD-. Tiicsda.vl S LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD o ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published by the Herald Prlntinc evening at SUUv Slreet> PHONE; Edltwlai, And Newt 1224 ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Co., Ltd., every law- gs, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE JOHN Bullpen PHONE; Dfpartmtnli t n x n i 4 t> DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 jeir'delKfred.......S4.00 1 jear, by mail S3.00 6 delivered S2.00 C mcnthf, by mall St.50 J lEOnlhi, jl.M 5 months, by can 75c 1 month, delivered 1 month, by Kill......Me, Aiflr.'ijts tfeacsed ts ollen as b-jt fccih new end .O FOR SALE AT Bros. Vancouver Wide. World Xt-nrs Co.; Xewc Shop, 413 Gran, well St reet........ Xew5 Co. 705 River Side Avenue, Gratsy Uike ifotel. hf-u News Aseacy. Boafc'. aqi Store, JCSA Sth -Xve. :Pinthcr Station NeirB Co.' Kjiot THE DAILY HEE1A Crors Drus Book Score; J. O. Rob- ertson Co.; jactsoa Co.; Aseiacdra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Stole; Kenny fe AHlfi; Hotel" Empress'But. J3r. Pby Co.; Dr. "Mcfirea Drug Co. TWE WEEKLY HERALD CTery Ti'edncEdsy !n eight and ccnUlu of the o! end district 1 year In advance "6 tiionths la advance 50o strut-live pap'T was contributed by Mayor Short of Kdmnnlun.; 'fit il he tit? "plaitsiMi-" slaleiuenU of makes ttu-rv bi-iub; no (ttscjruninnlion liwlwi'Hi vieli.jind that taxes should lie in'pronbrlHm to Hie ability of :i man lu'pay for tlie iaiiie: lltat tin- lioh i should pay more than the ttutl the wealthy should pay the i his less fortunate wisjhhor, i .Dealing these statements. Mayor Short gives I lo what is a trtilli as taught by experience.' "Help the Ilic rich man will help himself. In Ihe ultimate analysis it i: tlie poor uifai who sulVei-s. To say thai-'you "tuxTjiotnij to make iucion. the rich man pay the poor man's share of .taxes would only be to say that you are going to make tlie rich iiian lake st-iiie steps of! "u '.circumventing thai tux. The nnly way 1 know of in which the, Col. Sara Hushesbeing via poor man caii be prolccieil is by {jiving him" a fair deal, lei hhujjfsd 'roui tlie Oi'ians Citizen When Kei: Hardie ami Jcai, Wet at tlie yf August Dcbel was the foresbadowlng of ne- auce closer and alii- is to- t w at. s. the for cxaollv what iie gets ami U-f his rich neighbor do Toronto. la JM .Money lalks One A Lucky Shot I.MJon Cluoiu-ile t His cntM-'or Norfolk 't is HIM proud of? To have.soue around t6e iorld in such.a muucer to see oothlng uut THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY- LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. -No matter how hard you have played, no matter1 how tired and hot you'may be, a bottle of Alberta's Pride" will: prove a certain of lost energy--copiing, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 to be i toiafool. .speakluc, UJPU. Ito I rliie' iiaiiAEm Is about one-fifth Eugar; I the. K.-W'U onc-flfUi sturcb.. ilost' of of the Edible Is nble, to dembnslnile llial! culiu. jicnelil.qiaS.'tlip If tiint is a necessity in'fur.liicring agricultural industry -in you require by..this me' tji'x-rle.vied isHevieJl.for.a p.arti- the older and. well-settled countries of Europe, it becomes -doubly so in-Western Canada. Here-the-conditions are such lo m'akc borrowings essenlial. 'But'llie value wliich a loan ifurnisbcs is counlerbalanced by Hie liigh rate of iutcrest and .other cpndjlip.ns vvilh. reference' to repynient The remedy is not'so-iniich-to-be-soiight-ljy--interfenng their business as the chartered banks choose lo conduct same. It rests in the farn.iers with the help, fnr man can tax himself; just as high as Jrinil jix'ceives: joji all tlie. Jiioufcy there b'e lib' liinili 'A .CU'-> f--.lt j just as high as he-can affp.rdj lo'pay. r O-I-NT O F V. THE FOOD VALUE OF. BANANAS water. of Orillin Packet j teas prtSDlll starch sugsr lu :eif "reuarked uj- Orilliaus! vnryint liefn-i jrutrs, wlie'ti they are -jj] j tic-' limits set' above. Inasmuch 'J'iring Uie Eimmiyr; liaiianas are coniiiioaly eHten tniL-o as iii -the field lotlay. livery iiivesligale this coiiccrn aiidylliejKjjU-e: it" should nr as possiblerof-governrfeul aid wfifijl dislinguisbes tlie to Ijelp yreally kings of Ihe instilulioris as'eslablislied jp Pf S pc .njojltlis -llitat 'uiion hhvin'j [hif, jj'.! less 'a-ell mlgiit la 10 call almost roit'eii. On- Ij- thea iias this Jruit'.its proper fla- roiir; or. wlioIfHoineness. Ansvrerinj a corresponded in reference lo. Ihc j 5 ceD, snilrely ed.- t that -be I0 ripe or lets If il.fi s. ]f lae skm that this truif U "rot; tvn" -when The. sky, gels- darkened, Khereus thc-y oat-', greea-Starch beaciiig fmli at :i slp.sa iiatias, Hiie are. un- wlioic-soinf so as'.the. starch iias uot bet-n -converteil .into sugjr.'in the Dnt tlie ril'e t'i-.. The plan proposed in Saskatchewan has ninny good fca- Hccord crops arid good [jVcyai! 'present. 'II the bottom "lures, and it would be well if the.-miller becomes a subject of f 1 V J! A' consideration wi.h'a view to' aclion provinl lo record, and.lliat Ihe boll v docs not fall out of price. i CHRYSLER'S? FAPM. The ann'oVnccracnl'hiis in Fulls. cliisire of thf Io 2j .czrbo-lijdrjte, siuiosi lias ryt teguii.to shriveVi'.ud ilaTkcu. Raft" .starch ujny be-Blusnliirlr Irrllat- Ing.-to- the alimentary tract man, and ie at best poorly, utilized, It is ingested in-ihe form. ol.uncook- ed potatoes, bauiuas, or other.native starchy foods. Xo "aclTise- Ihe-'use of l-o- latoes: yet .luany: people a lie dlttetli ignorance because of of thu Kvf ib'oroufiilr Vtpe banana-in the belief competitors! ienve that .the. thoroughly ripo bauaua tlie. less'i-ipu fruit afle.r cdoKliigl -Is undfiservlug. ol the un- reputation', wlilrh- it bun won in oertulii (nJiirlers. H forcis u usctiil adilitltiik to licit, er lit and far tnore" 'lellc- than FOJIII: of Its. uiore ;1T MAY.HK lliut in loo niany prplestalious there tiling in Ihe way of suspicion' as ;sincerit. be said regard to the "opporlunities made jil says'thai-farmciy' crSdit il jmjj'rqVcd by raising jtiisc of in celebrating events in our national history lo emphasize (Tribune is and what; 'dppiics in'Morikte-applies? j.vlbc e.vislencc.of loyalty aiid Empire, j Alberln. j-. II is not so much with ourselves that the mailer is concerned! j for it goes without saying, that there is no need of prolesling our'' (''1' Ilieiiia nice wiiid came.al'oiit; (o'dry (he! ii.pride in pur. British Connection. But in yicw of the mullilude foreign units that have come lo dwell in.our midst, and evenl- lly to become part and parcel ofo.iir nntionality, il is cssenlial -Mlial in Ihc great scheme of assimilating these to our ideals'we should give every prominence to events of a patriotic character. Such was the big celebration which took place recently in Ontario, to celebrateJh'i. victory of Farm There between 5000 and 6000 farmers with women and children, cj'ups out so Mint the'farmers are af busy as cvpr.. Ihcr man must have bis car to the-ground somewhere in .Yvcst-i ern Canada this.summer. Tin's is Hie time of year dear lo the hoiul of the rcai jiasc-i ball fan. i'rom until the lasl shoiit of Dii: world's, scries j> dies away he can Uilk.iiitelligeiitly on.the Mibjed'aiiyway, Hcj hasn't lime he.gcls through tilling il, lo talk aboul of tlie three united counties of Stdrmonf, Dundas.'and raucli j.'Glengarrj- came to Hie Iiistoric Clirysler's Fafm taking place .100 years as'-the deciding S.faclorin preserving Canada for the Biitish Empire. j' In the description given of 'the 'great meeting with its thou- of. banners flapping ;lo (be lij-qcze, the' ijiulti-colored of the soldiers mingling with of the j civilian, il is said that of the entire crowd perhaps one-half were i the i 'descendants of those 'wlio fotiglil at Chrysler's Farm. "Si Tlie has been'in west, and from'all accounts 'the Vancouver Isluud coal strike is slill in. progress. Some' of the' unbiicvers .will be inclined to Ibink that, lifter all, Rob's repulatibn 'as a sirike selller is not what il was a'round these parts the fall of 1911. til" lion. George Grabiun, ex-mini'sfcr of railways, addressed ic huge concourse and .used Hie occasion to particularly ern- phasize on Ibc 2000. children present-, the meaning of such dc- 'ji monstraiions. The chief lesson he fount! was the fac! that Uitf j men of as he believed Ihe their heritage within Ilic British' Empire dearer than their lives. This is the sentiment which we cnnnot express loo often. The mayor of" Calgary- says he'doesn't'favor a salary for his position. With bollrends of the dual form of goycrnmpnl to look after, ligh River will be edifying. The subjects were inleresliny umli were inlcllifjenlly discussed. j .We note thai (lie Single Tnx, cnfiincei't-d by Ilic Mayor'pf Ponokn, was I'qst. handful of gales voting for il. Ardent the .Singlt; Tax jiiigli'i..' possibly, find if difficult lo resist the 'icnijttalio'n for little' .-irising fi-6m the institution ftitfi wliioh.Ponoka.is usually cofc-r lifted. But the sirohg opposition to the nioiion is sfgniflcani! of Ihe edticatioiiar campaign favor of! Single Tnx has 'of 'Just For a joke1 Dr, tha famous Dr. j e -two were, rlinlng. anrt fn tlie course ot conversa-f U p'ain that In ol tiie From Mfl, -rtoi' .lo rfnh tie ta tin- .irui; of t.loRra- ''I sm afraJil, Magee." Mr, lerriArted, ttlahmat.- aas you are, you.clo riot ajip'rove oC-our I'lt's not your d the h-sriojj aa your iiULifnuig'1 I (Inn'l! :o iiaicu! Cuba's crooked coast-line fixes forever the limits in iviiich men" tan grnw tobacco with (Tie linlaliti ifiat smokers Save leaTncd lo expect from "Clear Havana. Nafure's secrelfoiTnula ii.ttiddcn" tn (He rich .biown iyam, "growtWorcing suruKine -of (Mi one Iiltle island.' SKc. guaidi SpanisK monts tecp ihe jecrct of their cordiali. Therefore, smokers mint always EooV to" Cuba for the teentil enjoy men I that their (oVacceti tasle can give. pajatfi-pleajuje lo be Havatias art made Iiom Ihe choicest Ual in Ihe bir.o-j) Viwl'ta Abajb diilricl, stleclcd'at plantation! by Wtbjttr's own into-Canada in trie (under W tan'K) ind made inlo cigars in a cltan. iun-li! Canadian If you do not know Ihtm, pay a quaTtcr for-An infroduch'on, and leLlhe-first i new and delightful definition Whtrtvei good arc thty iWi brand in vamui snaptj jizej. ropiilei "Bfci'ns" ihapc stlli al R. Webster G Company, Limited Sfoerbroolte, Canada ;