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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOF DAILY HERALD Friday, September 12, Iff 13 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published Ihe Ltthbrldje Herald Printing Co., Ltd., law- ful evening at lu office. Sixth Lslhbridge, Alberta. Canada. PHONE; Editorli', Anrf New i 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Minaglng Directer T- W. QL'AYLE Managing Editor JOHN TQRRAMCB BuiTn-n Manajer Aid Jch Department i 1252 aftTSi. 6 iibnihj'.'by mill 3 3 roonto; by Kail----'.. 1 ......Sic. month.by mill char.f ollei THE DAILY HERAL CrM! D Boot Store; J. G. Rob- ertso-j 4 Co.; Jtcluon i j Co.; Aloxandra Hotel; Peo- i1 pit's Drug AlHn; liutel Cizar Star.il; Eapresa But- tet Djsmrnd Dr. 'D'Arc.'- Medicine Hit Atilnlbola Fersujob.j phy Co.; Cranbroot Boot- Company. Xews Mitchell Eras Co........ D FOR'SALS AT BrM. World .News Ce.; Shop, 445 Granfrell Street News Co. 705 -Hirer Side Grtssy t .Co-- hsa. and -Sews Store. 10SV Plncher -'station' Edward Head. St. News Co. Knol- den. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERM.O hes everj. In conulas suranmry. o( Iht ol the. district In advance -JI.G3 months la aav-ance SOc HEHALD understands that the ladies of Ihe Wo- men's Christian Temuereucc Unioii arc going to ask. Iho city to juke over the .Travellers' Aid work.so carried on by tlialj. organization year through Ihe-generous assistance of business mcfi' 'I'he society feel? that it would not continue asking trie business men to support, the Work, ami very j. I rightly feol tod thai the work should he continued. :Those ivltof" have llie work gludly teslify to the benefit il hns been. I hi fact it luio practically bccoiue a necessity.? Scores of lonely] i women travellers pay grateful -tribute to', the assistance reiulereci j and liial it hns been ii grvat protection to girls (ravelling 'Jdone has been abtindanlly proven. ''The Herald is oKiKi1 ji'pinipiij thai this work could very properly be pluccd'undcr the I the chief of police, and lhat the deaconess could be named a police matron and act in a capacity similar to that in which she.is now 'employed. NVoiH.cn-Jravcjlers need-a woman to .assist .tbcin. i The deaconess enjoys a confidence and can" discharge' duties iiiale.'policeinan could hope to do. -The-gjprk hss passed Ihe experimental stage. It has proven ils should' be mude permanent. The Herald Irusls tlinl. the city, au111orilies will see it in this light and lend a sympathetic 'eir. The C." T. U. dues nol usk l.he. city, to establish prccedenlriii paying salary and Waving lite deaconess under lhc-ir Oorilrol. All they nnil indeed all good citizens ask is that the work continue.---At- presenl it looks.as if it could best be-curried'oiHi's a Ihe police department, and if this view-is accepted there is 'doubt of satisfactory service being given.' llie "'city. Ihe.Heri underslaiuls, has already shown its syinpiilhy by providing free transportation on the. street cars for the deaconess. Why not get the.larger.vistpn'and'fenliz'e liow useful tin's work could as'a-parl'of tfic'civlt -v W A GOOD MAN GONE DEATH of Williaiiv J. Gaynor; niayorrof New York, re- I; nor's 4 ''moved a man whose life loM'for good in-his city. Mr. Gay- nor's career as greatest cities was aiacked by a devcj.ipii.lo.duly which cuuld well'be cmulsled with approv Ifall. He did not quarrel with the locarDenidcratic organization ami that was nol Hie offence for wliich he was refused the re- jioriiination of his parly. His great-offeiice in the grafters' eye >vas his refusal to pander to Tapiinany aiiii. because ie displayed ih'c'. independent spirit Hie tiger IsharpeJied his claws and was that saving '.opposed jtlie gov- -Crniiient of nuinicipalities along parjy-'lipes. jplitics .arc SOME FALSE ECONOMY the city council is curtniling expenditin-e on current account by dismissing officials whose duties had become .-ery light owing to the small nmoiiiifof wdrlt "beiny-uikiertaVen :his year, neyerlheless they should not assume an economic.policy which would in the end be inore expensive! A'penny wise policy is very often pound-foolish: There are a couple_6f instances .in which there has been shown a tendency 'to be penny wise. Sonic time- ago all.auto- nobiles except that oflhe Electrical superintendent were banished from the city's equipment: That of the street "superintendent went with .Hcilias over is his .duly .to maintain.in good condition. be super- human if'he could'do'his wbi-li wellAvitlioui soiiie: hieans-of coii- a i i.ce. rj He no nee d ithat' conveyance ;all .tjie iimei Aut il expected pf.himJie ought to havo'it partpf'thc tin.ic at least: The'cily engihcer also needs'a conveyance to loak-'after his work. Why not put one at for the joiiit use of iiiinseif, street superintendent, and probably the coiii'niiltees of ihe: itr The cilv .of.machines stored away. Ti cost woulil 'H THK DOMINION PEAT SUJ'l'lA The" above picture shows laborers material "on the peat bog near' Ottawa., Ont. ...EMPIRE CITIZENSHIP Free Press) The naturalization lavrs are alMa'rdlfferent parts Empire. At jpost of the Iiup'erlal'Coafereuces, _e Ijmpprlal to be'-lieldj there has" HefqlUtlonE1 have "been "adopted alni- measure ,ot; uniformity Empire the. Ideal of course, that a Tlrittph citizen In the'Kmpifis'. should bo M at vi citizen in. any otneri .t ,j "That Heal !s still lar.'frbm being peculiar. he .city en- no city engineer at present. actinjfin' 'hat Mr; Gaynor ncv'cr'fully cowardly, bullet; o_f- 11m would-be assassin that he ca'n faintly brave tlifj; great .xi'brk achieved in a city perliaps.oiic of the most difficult in llic1, world lo govern. The civic- revenues anil hudgcl of New York arc equal to (lie federal revenues in -'Csnada, so: that the i'position- carries- .rfisponsibililifcs. Gaynor is dead. His will live after him. 'THE WILSOS-'TARI'FF thai llie Wilson tariff ia.wjlhinniensilrahlc dislnncc of placed on. the slalnle books it-might not he amiss to puint oul Dial Canada is not going lo benefit" to any innlerinl not Il's bnl it's ptlpr striiigs Nvith so'iiiuch-at stake. OUR POINT OF VIEW r agfeeinent in. Uio Confei-ence that In UIG Empire the right of deciding for itself whether or not to recognize the granted In other parts of -tho" Empire. By the arrangement arriveil at be- recn Governraents of Great Britain and Dominions it ap- that five years' resKltnce Trill lie required before naturaHzaUn in riot, as heretofore, five-years' Vesldence in Great Britain. Foiif years'" residence In the Exnpire arid one year's residence In Great Britain will he required. In Canada, three years' residence will ie mi; Ceforo cilizen.- 'raotedV the. hew feature" of talned. .It.J.s satisfactory, at-progress bis beeu made.towards "re.alizatl.on, ?o..far .as Great Britain; .are' concrned. .is.- to Is.announced arj-ree-" ment''has "al'-iast been orripd at be-: ttree'n- the .British the Dominion governuienU1after of :aegotatJonB. in -accordance with, which concurrent legislation wtl! b_e pasted bj the Parliament of Great Britain "and the i'nrliaments of the naluraljz- and yeari he'naturalizationJaw bf-thls'country will-ba that" after five years' resi- dence--Emp'ire ..citizenship." -will be .It ts'-announce'd that V and .Canadian .leslsiation ViVl be. by the Parlia'- ments bri the'Thnmo.s and on awa. sea- -Lclhbndge is '.officially IVew' York; "lA flulier on Wall Street is.noticed.'' '.'_ Jack Frost has been here but was it lie didn't linger long criouginii any one place'lo Mcr Some of the tax notices seiil out by -the of Calgary re- extent. in so far as'ihi; of Lthe west are 30 cenk'pnst.age. Hope it subdivision stuff tcrned. The countervailing dutits clause vvjill Lar the westem jas reniotc as the dcstinnlion of the idler. j grain growcr-and he stands as much in need of wider markets! today as ever. When wider marltels were "offered the Canadian 1 the was refused .through, the action of the The death" of Mayor Gaynor will be generally wus u friend of 'tlie people, and had jiisl candidacy people of eastern Canada, particularly Ontario, and the farmer i for the mayoralty .elections on an indeirendenl ticket. New-York j f pi lay has to operate in as resfricted a field as ever. When thelioses a good irriau, lariff was announced the which resorted lo i tGc most i-eprehensible tactics in opposing'reciprocity, hailed the ii'cw farilT with joy as .giving Canad.n.'iill it asked for without i having to give anything in relurn. -These cheap gcnlle- t 'ijjen, however, were doomed to disapppuitinent for the Wilson tariff had a sting in its tail. The free list was on a reciprocal la sis only and-the people sending wheat, free into the United States had lo give a quid pro quo b'y removing all semblance lo a'harrier on American their country. Canada istood lo benefit immensely byifree admission: to the American jriarkel, but the farmer must continue "selling his' grain in a rc- etricled market ond take Ihu pi-Ice .offered. Tlie countervailing duly shuts off ppp'ortuuily nnieltltc-demand of the farmer (of Veslera'Cariada for wider markets "is as .strong and clear today ever and that demand will cohtliiilu is satisfied- As regards live stock, the countervailing duties do not apph The formers soon lhat Ihose Indian tribes which had the'Sun Uanr.u as part of Iheir religion were nbt-'so savuge after aj.l....0ld Sol and Alberta Farmer are pretty (hick fhesc Jays....... The cadets had belier nqlify D. J..Whitney of Ihe sham battle to on on he'! be hjs Iqnghorns have Uncl Sam and are.CJilcring Canada. of Scotland says there is'i alarm over in- lhat counlry. over (he criiigralioir of iriony' of..1J besl citizcns'iS.Canad.a.- ..AVlial elsc'could'one expect? Scots are -nota) (or always gelling in on a good thins. ip hogs and cattle. U Ihe weslern farmers were to go in-for Lelhbridge inerchanls. ore. behjnd tlie Turf Cliib meet her mixed farming jgsnerally there would bo a gleam of hope In Ihcsc ne.il .week. .They afternooji.'a-half holi "As 'i( is the rapidity with wlilch Ihe farmers of j day. 11 Is in hoped lhat the people will Tfi larg he States is deplorably short in supply. freight shed nccbiiinio'unffon is also heing increased 100 cch is none too great. There is a possibility ofiJi hardly looks :is if. (he C. P. H. cxjitcled Ihe inotiey slrinjjcnc faking from Canadn (liar which she has. How- last long. The wants' real live, active correspon- dents at Pincher Write the Editor loas provision for the mtitfiaV each of the Gov- j f coiiree, bft in the same Sir Wilfrid Laurier toolt lie leading [rt'ln successive Imperltl confer- ricep.ln advocating Uie remedying of his'Imperial anomaly. Voluminous jocjroents, Including correspondence tetween the dlffernt govftrnracnls In he Inten-als the Conferences, appear among the Conference paperi. Baling with this question, In connec- lpn'rM-llh which numerous and com- pl.lcated difficulties were to ejist.. The Prime Ministers of Aus- ralfa. New Zealand and South Africa made It plain that the people of thotc Dominions were concerned lent any sy.stera for maVIng naturalized clti- lis'n "in any one part of the Krapir'c a BrtlfaS.BnbJMt In any other part of the Empire phould open the door to an Influx of naturalized colored person of. the Dominions. SJr JFoesph" Ward. 'of.Now ifealfl'na, was'riolably'filrenuouif-fn ae scrtlng that New Zealand Intended .U remain a white man's and-ln giving1' ojtpresalon lo his ftar Ic-Jt an; iyiterri shonlf ba Mlabllshed whlcl 'n to'.colored f.bjects In Greit'-Brltaln or elsewhore Id Ih 'As .Mr. Kiodcnr, of the lute Do minion (joxernment, who was cne o llie (Janadian representatives in Ih frnperfal Conference of JM7, crat, Canada already had legislation I which persons naturalize ernmenU ot the kgislallon framed by lie other. Mr. Mr. Sir Thomas and all other hsre on Canadian soil, .v-lliinen oecmne 1mTnedla.toly tn- titled, anA British cltlzenafclp, 'wllh ail Uie rights and 'Uiereuntp appertaining, all Ship Your Grain thu j Eocn of the-Dominions retains In jll Its pqwerxf prescribing the condE. tlons for natifrallzatlon within Its own boundaries.-. In New Zealand, for ex- ample, there.la no term of required -before admission to" natural- ization.as a citizen of Xcw Zealand: LuL five years' residence will be ncces- tary before the Xew Zealand Govern- ent can issue a certificate of. Empire tlzeoBhlp. Clocks 'endure inuch longer than ny' other ruaclUnery. The .French ty of. Rouen has'a great clock wliicli as lam the year 1339 rind la still ecplng good Escept for clean 3. "few necessary repairs has ever, stopped dwlng a perlori .ore-than'five centuries. .v Limited Mernbefs Winillpes' Kxchatgb Winnipeg i-jtHbrldgo 1'or prices .1714, lirldso, or write 1'. 0.. Bos 273 Office Royal Bank Building, cMdEstiHubtdTlrrS' i Martin's y Baggage, Transfer i. Careful and .Service Auto Liyefy in Coririectioh fa the idol hot water, lemon and ttigaf.-and a wincgltit of Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedam SchnappiT, iocldy fil for a King. You will sleep "like a in the" morning with the'cold arrested, and a freedom from Irjose achet in ihe joints and pains in the bacit. -1 -LH Todjy." irkilc you ileep. rial 'gone'direct to the of ihe kidncyi. II hat a cute .which you make complete by a glass ol Schnapps twice a for a day or two. Then when you fctl fit si a forget what made you so; get into ihe Wplfe'i Schnappt habit; Jrint it regularly, and you "will 'nit suffer from liver or kidney WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCrJiEDAM-- SCHNAPPS the ercatcil lonJc-energitcr for ilugp'iKncsi ot the organj of the tody; i QktainMe at all Holds and Rilail. Stmi. AGENTS: Hudson's o. ;