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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETIIBRIDCE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Publlihed by the Utbbridye HeriTd Printing Co., Lid., every law- ful (Vtnlna it IU offiw, Sixth Street, Lcthbrldjc, Albirtj, Canada. PHONEi Ed! tor ill. tor lal Ana Plrfttar T. QUAVLK Miiugrng Edltcr TOKRA.NCR S-i'neii Adverilting Ctrcutatlcn Anci Jet 1252 PMLY SUBSCRIPTION RATKS 1 jeir I year, by mriU....... S3.M 6 months, delivered J3.00 6 months, by S Kantfls, delivered JiJXJ 3 raoaths, by raall...... 75e 1 month, delivered ___ 3Sc. 1 aioala, by mail 25c. cfcacjed vilrz but both tew must fttte. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drue; Bros. Vancouver WorW Newt Ca; News Shop. Gnnwell Street........ Co. 70s River Side Avenue. Graisy lake Hotel. .4 -Co- hen XCTva Boole and Sews Store. IMA fth Ate. West; News Co. Plnchsr Station Ltthbrldgi t Bool Store; 0. Rob- ertson Co.; Jicbsoa Co.; Aleianira Hotei; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenoy Allfa; Letbbridss Hotel Cljir SUnd; Empress Bui- I.ilWk. Dlam'nd D'Are. Mtdtilni Hat Asslnlbola Hotel. D. Fftrfuson. t Mur- pby Co.; BooS Company. Newi Company. PlncKer MeCrear Drct Co........ Et News Co. KnoV dea. XBWS Co. THE WIEKLY HERALD .-_ eiery In or ir.oro pssw, eontilu cf thi cr local anj 1 Tiir In 51.00 6 coatbs In I some of the big minded statesmen, bul it would be n step leading to a rich harvest of fares for the civic street railway. The winter is approaching and with it the question of wilier spurts must be considered. There is no rink in Lvlhbridge and il looks like good business for HID city to step in and take action which would result in the winter sports being played at theparli. [The trouble in keeping a sufficient stretch of ice in shape would j be a minor consideration compared with the accruing benefits, and doubtless some arrangement could he intulc with Mr. Gilles- to take care of .the ice and lo see that any regulations decided I on were respected. Last 'winter the street ran from 13th Street to tho grounds practically empty. There is no I reason why such should be the case this coming season. Don't leave il lo some one club to lake the initiative. Let the lake the lead. Provide generously for hockey clubs, pleasure skating i and other amusements and there will he little trouble experienced Jin turning the young !ife of the city Henderson-Lakc-wards for j winter pleasure. It is in such ways that traOic is created for street railways in other cities. Why should Ihe Lethbridge city council assume an air of indifference? The city needs every five cent fare it is possible to collect in order to make the slrcet rail- way pay. Why not help out by adopting a policy which would not only cater to pleasure-loving desires of the youth, but at the same time create a traflic for the street col's which would help out immensely in the winter season. There is wisdom in econ- omy bul there is greater foolishness in refusing to spend oiie dollar in order lo make five. Tuesday, Seplember Canon McMiltcn is to be commended for bringing before the public the report that an attempt is to bp made In put into ollice next year a "wide open" element. It will assist in iHilthuj (he belter element on the ulcrl. The London Advertiser says Sam Hughes would sa-vu the country bettor if he were to build in the west a combined elevator and drill hall. Sam will likely object to Ibis snggosliuu for fear the barley and rye stored in the armories would revive the can- teen. Newspaper men testifyiHi; at the (rial of Jess Vullard who killed John (Hull) Young at Los Angeles in a boxing match, de- clared that a falal bout is not a prize light., Neither il is. Just murder, that's all. Those members oHhq fourth estate are men of discernment, OTJH POINT OF VIEW IT MORE WAYS THAN ONE I KTHBR1DQE is getting its very best publicity from its muni- cipally owned utilities. If is getting that publicity, too, right where it is hard to get any good publicity about the IJniled States. And the reason Lethbridge receives tin's free publicity is because Ihere is such a strong feeling in favor of public ownership in the United Slates, where everyUu'ng is privately' owned, that anything about municipal ownership is eagerly read by and is therefore good newspaper copy. '-x i The following from Hie Milwaukee Leader is good seed p'lanted on fertile ground: "Lethbridge, Alberta, a city of about people, has a street railway system owned by the people. The first cars were run on August 15, 1912, and the line paid from the first day, with six and eight tickets for 25 cents. The city owns its water'system, and that pays. The people do nol have lo hire attorneys to put up jobs on them. "Now, note the difference between private and pub- lic ownership. The natural gas supply of Lethbridge is owned by a privaie corporation, and the price, of gas for domestic use is 35 cents per 1000 cubic feet, and for industrial use it is 15 cents per 1000 cubic, feet. But Medicine Hal owns its natural gas supply, aud the price for domestic use is'15 cents per 1000 cubic feet and 5 cents per 1000 cubic feel for industrial use. 'The publicly, owned electric light and power plant of Lslhbridge gels its coal from a coal mine owned by the city, and here is what the Lctlibridge board of trade says of the electric, light and power plant: r 'There is no watered capital slock demanding high rafes for interest, the result being a steady lowering of as the consumption of electricity increases. The lighting ars already down lo S cents per kilowatt hour, and .the power with a 10 per cent, discount for prompt payment." "Those are the rates in a city of people, and from a coil-burning plant." There may be some discrepancy in the figures, but the gen trend is right. The above was written from San Francisco to the Milwaukee Leader, showing how widespread is Lelh bridge's fame as a municipal ownership city. San Francisco i just now pulling up a fight for municipally owned street cars Ltthbridge is being held up'as an example. Watch Lethbridge grow. Did you ever know the south lo have such.perfect harvest eather? School site settled; trustees evidently saw the site eye lo eye t last. It's quite Irue that cantaloupes are grown in Lelhbridge dis- rict without wire stems. Lethbridge has the imputation of being n clean and beautiful ily. Let us resolve to keep it so. Postmaster General Samuel refuses lo be intemewcd. If e can stand il the newspapers can. Our friend Straw Hat is likely lo prolong his sojourn in our lidst if this fine summer weather continues. A British M. P. says Borden will build a Canadian navy yet. 'nnny thing that we have to gel our news about it from strang- rs. Col. Johnson says it isn't long ago since it was thought col- onWouldn't grow in Arkansas. Those apples may yet be induced o sellle in Alberta. I _______ V The Dominion government is spending money much fasler han the box office till will stand it and the usual result follows, i'he monty markets, are being appealed lo. p Mile-far mile with the C. P. R. is'said to be (he slogan of the T. P.'through Southern Saskatchewan. We wouldn't care-ir .elhbridge if (hey increase the odds two lo one.. Almost invariably the farmer who summer, fallowed lias letter crop than he ever had before. That means that summei allowing will be generally followed in the future. It is most important that Chief Davis' successor should he a strong man who will follow the Chief's course in enforcing, the "aw. Pity we couldn't keep our present chief with us. The wide open elemcnj will have no easy task in converting .he many women voters to their way of thinking. The voles o: the women can be-relied upon to be in favor of .a clean One duck out of seven shots is said to be average this year. Bui if the shooters could only gel those "that go away in the gross" the average would have a change of face. How would il be to conduct a "Gel Acquainted Trip'' tc Cranbrook during the fair there. There is no heller town in tb counlrj and Lethbridge should cultivate its good friendship. CITY PARKS IN WINTER IT MAY BE a rather far call lo winter but il is nol loo early I start thinking febouljiie policy lo be adopted in order lo pop .tilarize Henderson Lake during the skating season. Early in III spring the Herald advocated a generous policy on the ground that every in making the park attractive woul result in flye dollars being spenl in sired car fares. The city dii .not do much owing to the financial stringency, and if the pur! rias proven a popular resort, much lo the benefit of street railwa receipts, il has largely been due to privaie enterprise, e.specinll that of.Mr. Joseph Gillespie. As has been pointed out the slree car sj-slem in, all ciWs, large or small, are given to the establish ment of popular resorls.with a view to creating traffic, and a Lethbridge K a city of comparatively short distances il is all the more imperau'ye that something should be done lo create busi- ness for th'e slrcet cars. Private enterprise, did considerable at the Iske'duririg the. summer (o make it attractive, and if the city council had, seconded the efforts made the results would have been much more gratifying. The city has teams doing very little .and it cost a mere Iriflo lo have hauled sand and gravel and made a pleasant bathing beach for children. Such a policy, as it would have been, would have, allracfed children by the hundred lo the park and i I would have been more popular as a family resort. )t is not too iale to relrinvc part of the lost ground and the council should Ihis fall, when there is little to do, prepare for next season by having the While the combine is busy knocking the farmer's elevators the carpenters are busy with the construction of the latter. Yoi can't kill co-opcralion in grain handling amongst the farmers. A negro in Alobnina was arrested the olhcr day sleeping beside a chicken coop. That's what a despnlcli says. It's han to believe, but Ihe only explanation is Ihal he was laying for hens A new variety of wheat discovered on one of Canada's ex perimenlal farms won the big prize at Minneapolis slate fair Wheat and Canada are coming to be recognized as synonymou Twenty-one million bushels of grain were grown in Southern Alhnrln in 1912. This year will h? nearer the mar: and the grade is heller. And the lime is coming when 000 will be the average. Those 1912 grain crop figures arc rather reassuring, arc the nol? A person tloc-s not need to be nn undent lo rcmembe when, if the whole Canadian west raised il wa thought something wonderful. The prairies will before Ion fulfil the prediction Ihaf they will soon be Ihr of 11 ready, for nex.t summer. This suggestion may seem trivial lo Tlicn for sir Van Homo's dollar gravel hauled and pUced "where a'beach cnuld be constructed A Minneapolis housewife has been boycotted and conno obtain ice since she kicked against Bellini; shorl weight ice, Foo ish woman; she might have known it. The ictman is czar in th hot weather. We suppose he now passes lior by with nn ic stare. Considering the luck Edmonton. Calgary and Maclcod have ad with their bond issues, Lethbridge does not lo be so placed. All these towns thought they had their issues sold, ul found out it lakes two to make Lethbridge should K in an enviable position financially by Ihe end of the year. William Trayers Jerome, the New York lawyer arrested for ambling at Coaticook, is a lirsl cousin of the First Lord of the dmiralty. Churchill's mother was Lady Randolph Churchill, nil her father, Leonard Jerome, was a brother of William Tra- ers Jerome's father. Wonder if Winston will send over a wnr- liip lo protect his cousin. FEffSADVICE And Found Health la Lydia E. PiiJdiWs Vegetable "Windont, 1 bad a mcnl which onuacd aul ,so miecrabla i didn't know what to do, 1 from bearing down. pains, myeycs hurt me, 1 yraa nervous, difczy and irregular and had weakness. I spent money on but got worse all the time. "A friend ms the Pinkhsm remcdica and I Lydia E. Pinktiam's Vegetable Com- pound ar.d waa cured. I cannot What Others Think -Heaven (Hamilton HenMi Our old Himlllon friend, W. uchanan, has come al] tho way from ipes to Toronto lo talk in favor tax reform. When he Kved here he sed to go all over the .country talk- ug temperance reform. Will W. W. e quite happy In heaven, where It In 9 supposed, there Is nothing to eform? At the Toronlo Dog Show (Gadsby la Toronto Star) The noise came from the wooden, ulldine near tba railway amor of many voices all trying to al once. It sounded like a Con. ervallve caucus In Xo. 16 or a IrrisX .eeliug of. the Trades and Council. When I went inside. 1 fouad he Bog Show In full blast. The dogs ad been standing up to it like Rol- lers and gentlemen for three days, ut' the hoi, sticky vrc-ather hau got nder' their hide al last, and they mating peevish remarks. Getting Personal (White Horse Star) We. admit tbat ii 'does not take a nink itrap tn encircle us, as Is rc- uired ty the editor ot the Douglas Vewe, bul with UB diagnosis' Is not iiflcult to delermlrie-whether a pain s'caused from lumoago or. cholera nfantum. It the editor of the News would retain hla seat on the water agon as peraisienUr 03 we do, he would look more like A man and less ike. a bungalow. Nol Consilient (Nanton News) The Okotofce Review waxes almost lyBlerically indignant over remov- ,1 of R. Knowles as procees iisuer at aBt placo and the appointment of D. iIcKay Murray to Uio position by the irovlnclal government. Dolh Know- M and -Murray are conservatives; lut the great offense Is that a liberal iovernment should remove a concer- from office. -M. Knowles ma> or may not have been removed by po- Illca! reasons though it seems strange hat one conseryaUve would be re- moved to mafce room for another 'or political reasons. But the Re- itew'ftndi no dlfflcutly in controlling Is indignation when a liberal is re- noved from a. federal office by the government to make room 'or a, conservative. Conservative ed tors know a? wsll aa everybody else that the federal appointments are being distributed on the spoils svatetn; they kr.OA- that whatever his duties may be, chlel activity of present ranch inspector In Alberta Is aa organizer ior Ihe conEc-Vratiie parly; they know thai JJob Rogers.! .he political admlnalrator ot the pre sent Dominion government, and tha sole la ns a practice mnnager at the machine type and lha .e oives his position of minister o public works lo his cunning as a plo- .llctl manipulator only. Talc papc believe: tbat the present rules of thi political game should be changed. 1 aellevcs that, competency should b tha.chief appointments lo public of flee. But when conseTTallves cry ipollimen at the liberals. It Is like old camp kettle criticising the com- plexion of in ordinary letyot. -The Situation In Albany "Hello, Central; get me the govern- or." "Which mean, v-hlch oneV "We are showing two this season." "Give, me the governor's office." "There rou ate.'1 "This jou, (Duet) "Yes." "Gel off the lino, you four-Buslier." "Go jump off tho dome, Glynn." "He wants me." "Ho does not; he wants "War." "Thief." get rae another writ of re- moval." "I'll call the attorney general for an eviction order." "Help! Help! Central giro me the leutenant governor or the janitor of ho slate house." [Jourremedicsenoughforllsnowlnevcr would have been well If I had not taken A. HQMXEB, No. 2, Boi 41, Whilom, Consider TVell Tlits Advice. No woman suffering from any form of female troublea should lose hope un- til has given Lydia E. Flnkham'f Vegetable Compound n" fair This farcoua remedy, the medicinal in' Rredients of which are derived from liitivo roots ir.d herbs, has for nearly forly years proved to bo a moat valua- ble tcnic and invigorstor of the fe- male organism. Women everywhere Ix'ar willing testimony to wonderful virtue of Lydia K Lie Compound.' If Ton Irani special advice write to Ljdis P.. Plnkhnm Medicine Co. (fond. deatlnl) Ljnu, YourkllcrTTllI be opeccd, read' cud. answered by J and littd in strict confidence! Tne Texas Sort "Gracious'! that skirt Is 60 tight thai 1 can plainly what you have ii your pocket." "but I have no 'Then whal is that "Oh, that's a mosquito llaug ton Post. SIR WILLIAM MULOCK; FORMER POSTMASTER GENERAL1, AND SIB WILF.RID-LAURIEB, FCJRMER PRIME MINISTER Thl3 striking picture wns taken on the occasion of Sir vlatt to Wetksley hospital, Toronto. Ho was accompanied Similar Occupation! At the circus Beinnly nudged friend ir.d pointed to the strong man who was holding a. larse dumb-bell on lop of which were two band- girls In tights. he observed, "but that's Jml what my wife la doing at home." "HVhal's asked the friend. And neannlr, the wac replied: "Pulling up THE. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUNn n.CU, TrMldont tLXXAXDXR LAJKD. General ManaBcr JOHN Central Kuui V. C. BROWN, Superintendent Central Wtslern Dr.-.nchn CAPITAL-PAID IIP, RESERVE FIIKD, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES tsgited by 'Fhc Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller provide liimsclf funds without delay at each point of his journey a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They arc issued payable in the world in denominations of the cxfid equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries Malt on the face of each cheque. They arc economical, absolutely safe, se identifying1 and easily Lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mg ;