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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Monday, September 15, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1W? Publlihed }y the Lelhbridee Herald Printing Co., Lid., tvtry ful evening at Hi office, Sixth Street, PHONE: Editorial, 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Uanaglfig Director T. W. QL'AYLE Manjg'nft Editor JOHN TORRASCi PHONE: Advert ting Ard Job Oepartmtnti 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 ftu delivered...... 54.00 1 year, br mill M.OO 6 eonllif. delirered J2-00 C raootbj. iy months, delivered S mouUls, br mail......75c I raoQth, delivered ___ 3Jc. I month, bjr mall Me. Attnastt cSur.trd u rftta is but nut CM >4 EU3t ClTCn. THE DAILY HERALD TOR SALE AT Croea Drue k Book Siore; i, O. Rob- ertson i Co.; Jackson Co.; Aleisnira Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny Allln; Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Buf- fet L'jseh. Dram-nd D'Arc. Medicine Hat Asslmrjolj' Hotel. D. Mur- pby Co.; Crsnliroot BooS Company. Xesvs Company. Plncher McCrei; Mllctell DriiS Co........ Brw. Vinccuvtr World News Co.; Sews Shop, GraBwell Otrcet....... Xew.i Ca 105 River Side Avenue. Grassy Laka .Co- hen NOTTS Aiency. Book and News Store, 109A fib Ava West: News Co. PInther Station Edward field. St. Co. Knot- dea. Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in tlghl or oTore pasts, ana coaUIti ft summary or i-cwa or tbe end district 1 year fn advanre.....-Jl.oo -6 mouths IB advance 506 much too common amoni! children of today. If. the dentists by their inovo stay (lie evil.from U'clh il will be great tn the succeeding years ascending to improved physical .coifdilion among the cowing inen niul women. It is'hardly fair to pxpcct the dentists to give thbifVime for. nothing, and the precaution to prevent imposition upparcnt. Dentistry is one of the necessities'mankind is stow to realize and when a hick of means prevents attention being given the .diiUlrvn of the very poor, sitcli slops as that taken in fleginu sliould prove an incal- culable blessing. The dentists of Kcgina linvc proven themselves public spirited men. OUR POINT OF VIEW Is your'.name oh the voters' list? made without delav. Application should be Noi-lli Lclhbridge has set the pace for building residences this year. South Lelhbriilge will have to look to her laurels. -Medicine' Hat is considering the advisabilily of colleciing twice u year. Most of us consider one visit from the lax collector quite sullicient. This year's experience to make a number of good civic financiers in Western Canada. And from all reporter-West- Canada cities'liecd them. MOVEMENT OF GRAIN. TT IS A MATTKIl of much iiiipoi't-lo everyone in geurrnl, and lo Ihe fanner in pnrtictilar. lo. have" the nssurancc that Hie Canadian Piicific railway is going lo meet the prodigious deniiind "for grnin cnrs, which is just beginning to he felt. In the .south coiinlry the C. P. H. must shoulder llie responsibility of nioving the vnsl crop, alone, and jt is no mean task. They did best lost year, but in spile of their efforts, there was a short- And as soon as-Ihe diflicuHy ivas the wheels of the groat system began to Itirn, and there evojvcd a definite plan whereby these difficulties be met arid, overcome another year; And so far there has been no hitch. The general manager of the company has assiircd (lie fanners through the press that cars would he plentiful." We firmly believe that they will he, and if (lie company gel any sort of co-operation from the farmers, the largest crop in the history of farming iii. Southern Alberta vvpl'ftach the market on time, if Ihis is done, the farmers will satisfied so for as Hie C. P. R. is concerned. Wheihfr Ihe Wilson tariff bill will henelit the wheat grower is a qticiliori. The duly is ten a bushelj counlen-ailing. 11 lias been suggested lhat, in times of congestion, Ihe inarkel might offer an outlet at ;i profit. That is quite probably true. The grade of Ajberla's 1913 wheat is high, and that fact nHow liuTgrain to compete with the American product without a loss. But Ihe fanners are willing lo lake a chance on the market, Uieir. grain is nn Ihe tract. The .HeraW veiilures to assert thai there will he 3000 oars.wanted on Ihe lines south, and 2000 (in Ihe line Ijelwten this point and Medicine Hat, not to menlion Tomorrow is the Opening day of the fall rare meel, the first ivor held in Lellibridge.. Everyone is at liberty to get sporty for the one day anyway. Take a holiday. There are wide differences of opinion as io the alleged atroei- lies committed by the Bulgarians, during the Hidkan trouble. Over it all, however, maybe written the one word "war." Lcthbmlge seems to be about to provide' Southern Alberta with a cold storage plant. It is not before it was needed, anc should have flic hearty support of every section-of the business comrnuuily. Choice stackers were selling on the Kansas City market the other day al cents a head. Fifty thousand of them wouli help some lo eat the feed going to waste in Southern Alberta this year. the still up, and the feed will go lo waste The C. P. R. has a strangle hold on the job of gelling 11 graiii moved out'of Soii'ther'u Alberta this year; Old Mnn Probs should get a share of ihe Christmas dividend, of the company for he has stuck to his job of dishing out fine a lioble manner. Lord Hahlane on his return to England, said that he was speaking lo three nations al. Britain, Unilec Slates and Canada. So when Sir Wilfrid Canada as a nation, the Conservative press will have lo epithe Ilian "separatist" to hurl al him. tf'.-. Every year adds'ialvactivily oF.the city. In spite of set backs which (lie city has suffered in the.pasi il has gone sleadily ahead working toward a sblidiinduslrial basi: when it will soon be ready for another spurt.' j'-Th'is, lime thi mark will be in sighl. A will-Be-the. nex organization. Okanagan Volley fruit growers are Ictling-fruit rol on Ihe trees tliis year. And yet every day carloads of Washington and Oregon fruit arrive in Lcthbridgc. There is something the mat- ler. A liltle co-operation between the Okanagan fruit growers and the prairie consumers is whrtl is needed. Okanagan is not uii.i ftutiii uii-j Jim, I1UL I ML. IJIIVJII I t r- several hundred more on the Crow, The- traffic bridge across far from All.erta, and the prices for fruit here are nol nolicc- the Belly river will'ije ready for use in fwp weeks. Thai means bushels of grain ftom( Ihe Sundial and Turin disiricls will go by-way of Coaidalc and Chin, and if the G. P. handles all Ilicse shipments without serious delays, they will be in line for the unqualified congratulations of thie entire south. ably low. .THENEW LEGISLATURE. T'HE.LEGISLATURE of Alberta opens tomorrow and the men clccled for the first fime in April last will take their.scats with feelings of interest. II is a big honor lo.servc the people in any capacity for service is the best expression of brotherhood and whi'n men go to the houses of parliament the.ambition should be to give Iheir very best for the general good. '-The Alberla legis- latures which have passed into history have on the whole done well by the.people, and especially in connection with the house which dissolved fast spring was there, a disposition to legislate .for the common good. Events and movements roll along rapidly in. Ibis age and the people are much more capable of adapting Ilicinsdves lo radical changes than were our forefathers who liad to have time lo consider and digest now 'thought. Men today! demand action and'wilh it all comes the clamor for the most democratic sort of legislation. The 'electorate are jealous of Ibeir privileges and when thai jealousy lends lo demands for direct legislation, Hie initiative, referendum, the recall, and biher legislulion designed lo keep the people supreme, the neces- lify of.a and yet progressive legislature becomes apparent. The. Herald considers the hew legislature on the whole an improvement on preceding ones and looks for legisla- tion whicJi will safeguard the public in every respecl and at the Unie keep Alberla right in Hit; van for progressiveness unnng the provinces which go to make up pur great confedera- tion.. The Herald is pleased thnl the opposition is strong enough to guarantee ample .criticism of al! measures, and Ihe Conserva- tive party will now have more opportunity of demonstrating Ihal I for-something more than destructive criticism which te.i its great weakness in the past. A parly lacking in con- rtrucfiyt poficy hw li( tie place in E new cou n I ry. Recent 'disclosures of the difficulties experienced by farmers and stockmen in bring breeding slock across the line should lead to action. a matter Ihe Southern Alberta Boards of Trade could well lake up without delay. Alberta needs good breeding slock. They are on the free list. .Bringing Iheni into Canada should be made as easy its possible in every way. "What's of preaching mixe'd farming, and then putting nonsensical diffi- culties in the way of Hie farmers who accept Hie advice? This Victor Victr ola complete with 5 Record Alburns with space (or 82 recojdj Easy payments if desired (plus small charge for .Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in aiiy City in Canada will gladly you that the artistic achievements of the world's Greatest Singers and Musicians can be fault- lessly reproduced in your oxvn home" by. this superb instru- ment. Victrolas are from t6 Ask for free copy of our 300-page Musical Encyclor pedia, listing over 5000 Victor Records. Double-Sided Victor Records are 90 cents for the two selections. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., X hofibjr 01 cat Pike ilOO ilbacii Th Btf. i. MONTREAL Limited I Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos I 404-5th St. S, Bryan Slock .17 Western Branches Phone 791 Some time ago all.the city automobiles were stacked in the cily stores 16 be sold. Some local auloisls wish the street.sup- erintendent's automobil? was in commission again so that he could take a wild ride over a few of the rough nt Hie north approach lo the 9th Street bridge. Taking Ihe auto- mobile from a man in charge of miles of slrccts looks like penny foolish economy, it lakes a pretly good walker to dp 25 miles wiiJioul.doing cny other work in the meantime. Am Ino, slrycl walkers have been vagged before Ibis. The. teacher was bearing ter claae of siruli boys in mathematics. she said, "If father can do a piece of irork In seven days, d your Uncle William can do It in .Ir.e days, how long would It take both-of ihes! to do "They would never get It tho boy earnestly. "They sk down and tell flari stor Ken York Evening Post A young housekeeper 'phoned lo the fish market and ordered some hal- ibut for dinner. ''How'much would you HkeS" ask- ed tie DEO dtal'ir. "Ob. just enousb for roy husband end myself. I think a medlum-slzei one will be sufficient." A ioar of lailghter al the other end of tho line caused the lady 16 ask rather Indignantly, "What is tho mat "Well, was the reply, "yoi must be fond of for the smallcs halibut 1 have weighs 200 pounds.'1 'I wish 1 could show you wine of the primitive statuettes la the British very first atatueltea then you .would see how the modern girl has Improved upon 1 er prehistoric sister. The prehistoric Uiesa ELatuettes show, was all lips. Hips like a hogshead and shoul- ders and arms ae weak and narrow, as little child's." "I rate lo see the modern riil. Lfaougb, neglect her mind la" the cut- 11 vat ton of her body. Onco, al n tea !n Ritterhouee tmuare, Tennyson was ig discussed, and I turned to a tall girl of singular beauty and said: 'Do }'ou like the 'Passing ot Ar- "Arthur? she mused. 'I'm sure he isn't a Pennsylvania roan. Where Is he playing? Yale or Boscobel the house lu which Charles II. took refuge after de- feat Ly Cromwell In, the battle, o Worcester, 262 ago, still stand and tho principal parts remain a they were in., the days of the clr war. An oak, declared to be tho or Into which tbe royil fugitive climbed to escape Cromwell's horesmr-n, stands near the house. St. Ktlenne, France, eschides worn- en "with visible hatpins from all pub- lic- conveyances and places of enler- lalnment. Richard Harding Davis praised a A dinner, in Philadelphia, the mod- ern girl's love of sports.. "And beautiful her open air life has rr.ndo said Mr. Davis, A WORTHY MOVE. THE DENTISTS of Regina have cslablishcd a free clinic in connection -with the public schools and will Ireaf the children sf poor people. The school board has installed a full tlcnhi nt il is boped to make it a permanent feature of the will be awaited with interest as (here is no Uul poor. defective eyes, adenoids and oilier ills art THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALbERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter, how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 A LETHDRIDGfi INDUSTRY h GRATiFYINGtY LARGE WEEKLY PAYROLL ;