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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'age 4 THE LETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD Tuesday, September DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Pubiilhed by the Lethbrldge Herald Pflnlinj Co., Ltd.. {ul ev.nlng at Its office, Sixth Street. LeihhricJge, Alberta. Cj.nadi PHONE! EdJ arterial And Newi Department 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Minikins Director T. W. QUAYLE Imaging Edltcr JOHN TORRANCE evttoeu Manager PHONEs AdverUtlhs 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I yur delivered S'.OO J year, by rm'.l 6 months, delivered S2.00 6 months, by mall S months. delivered }T.OO 3 months, by malt ?3c 1 month, delivered 35i 1 month, by mill 25c. Addresses cfcarrea cTten as desired, fcut both new resjea must given. THE DAILY HERALD F.OR SALE AT Cross Drug BocV Store; J. Q. HoS- ertson Co.: Jackson Co.; Aleiar-dra Hotel: Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny Allln: Lethbridje Hotel' Cigar Stand; Empress Buf- fet Lunch.' Diamond D'Arft Medicine Hat Assinlbola HotiL D. Ferguson. ft Mur- ply Cranbrook Book Company. News Plncher McCrel; Mitchell Co........ Bros. Vancouver Wide World XeWCo.; shop. 415 Street....... News Co. 705 River Side Avenue. Laka Hotel. -t .Co- hen Nevrs Agency. Book and Stow, 109A 5th ATe. West; World Sews Co. Plncher Station Edward Read. St. N'ews Co. Knol- den. News Co. she "should not gfl u good share of I he hundreds of millions of dollars Hint lourisls annually spend. The parks branch has to develop the national parks with the object of milking their "wonders and beauties available and acces- sible for the people of Canada, and at. the same lime to attract to Canada a share of (he many millions thai the spends on recreation. Irish Home Rule is a political football ami the size of the ball is not diminishing with the passing months. (Winnipeg Free PJOSS) Tfc3 return or'.Mr. Geo. K. Foster to Canada, a Tier his prolonged abseuce tl Antipodes, U naturally serving thai most eloquent speech which he made la the house at Otta- wa la "support of the Oaunilian navy policy nnd against the iritmtiou, Many and elcviueut have been tba speeches Mr. Foster has uiatlo Iu the I A priest in New York has been revealed as wolf in sheep's I o7 Hna'ut clothing. Now listen to the cheap cynics criticize the church. in position he teld (or eight I _________. Years, until the downfall of ihe Con- servative regime in Hut of all his speeches, whether as a minister in tho former Conservative govern- ment, as nn ex-minister looming 1 before the country on Ibe opposition side of Ihe house, or as minister n Ihe present government, that THE TRUE CANADIAN SPIRIT Mr. J. G. II. the oft defeated, is said to. be an 1 aspirant to a scat on the Railway Commission. If being defeated is the qualification Mr. Bergeron has every othef aspiranl flagged. Mr. Shaw, custom's'officer, is quite right in'stating that stock- men should.familiarize themselves with Ihe regulations before importing stock. It would prevent much supposed inconvenience. Every indication points to rapid development in Southern Alberta within the five years. And Lelhbrklge will be metropolis for this 'flourishing district. THE WEEKLY HERALD every In eleM or more contalaj sstnmtry of nenrs of week, local district 1'year fn advance.....V.OO months In adVance 5Cs The Kxperimenlal Kami raised 132 bushels of onls to the acre on irrigated land, which should pfdvc something of an ad- vertisement for the Lulhhridge district. SENATOR TAYLOK CELEBRATES GOLDEN ADVANTAGE OF NATIONAL PARKS. IN TUB WORDS of the Parks Act the national parks of Canada arc "for the benefit, advantage and enjoyment of tlie people of Canada." To provide for a maximum development on these lines is Hie object towards which the parks organization is work- ing. The Atlantic' steamships seem to be in a perpetual rale war, l whether the travelling public benefit or not is an unsettled question. The much vaunted Prelude wheat sown onlirrigalcd land lit the Experimental much the lowest yield of any variety sown and only, ripened from three to five days earlier than the others. It has not measured up to expectations. The Experimental Farm results place the old reliable "Red in the banner position with a yield of 59.-IO bushels per acre. Other varieties may be good but .the 59.40 record is hard to beaj. i The people of Canada primarily secure "benefit, advantage, and enjoyment" from their national parks, through the un- equalled means of recreation that they provide. National parks are to the nation whnl local parks and playgrounds arc to a city. -Everything that a city park can do as a quick aid to the people, liie national parks can do more thoroughly and on a larger sciilc. National parks arc the natural results of a recognition that man requires the pure, wholesome, healthful recreation of ihe great out-of-doors. They provide for such-on a scale commensurate with the needs of the people of and future. Tiie report of J. B. commissioner of Dominion .parks, gives another way in which national parks prove advan- tageous to the people of Canada: "They attract enormous tourist traffic and tourist traffic is one of the largest and most satisfactory means of revenue a nation can have. The tourist leaves large sums of money iu the country he visits, but takes away with him in return.for it noth- ing that makes the nation He goes away with probahly improved health, certainly with a.recollection of enjoyment of unequalled wonders of mountain, forest, stream and sky, of vital- izing ozone arid stimulating companionship with nature, but of Ihe natural wealth of the country ho takes nothing." The commercial potentialities of tourist trallic are almost startling. In 1907 an article, "The Toll of the was pub- lished in the American Review of Reviews. This article gave Ihe nnnnal income of France from louris'ls as the.four- The announcement that Empress is to he a divisional poin! uu the C. 1'. P.; wiU prove of interest to many who were. looking to the.cominglicw town as-offering a promising fi.eld for starting If the C. P. R. can induce Illinois and Iowa farmers laud in this district. Lelhbridge will have occasion to plume itscll on welcoming soine of the very cream of'American agriculture' intelligencer They class of settlers.who count. The settlers in'the'southern Libera and to punish them Louis'-Phiilippc PullCtier, dri'the1 receipt o: local advice, punishes, isobtirig'-lta post office ing it as inc'onvement as possible their mail. Such tactic, will not compel-them to vole' Conservative. A bull moose on tho Temiskaming and_. Northern Onfarii railway derailed-the 'Cobalt special, slates a despatch. Whicl reminds a'famous bull moose got on the political tracV in the United Slates and badly wrecked the-Republican Whit House special. '1 A letter appeared yesterday making very serious as to the morality of the city. People who arc not looking for dives could easily pass one without noticing it, but it is 16 be hoped that the correspondent's' conception of existing immorality is over- drawn. The Chinese restaurants have not been regarded of iniquity and it is possible that an attempt at proving the speech he made In March, 1909. In Ihe rtcbaio whkli In tbe adoption, by unanimous vole, of the resolution moved by Sir Wilfrid l.aurler and seconded by Mr. Dordoii, stands fore- most'in power of aud force of argyiheuL Tiie luiluence of such a speech does not end with the dying away of the of tho applause in the Com- mons chamber. It endiires .as a con- UnMlrig force, it lives in the memory of the Canadian people. Its Influence has been undeniably making Itself, felt urlng all the months when Mr. Fos- er and his colleagues have been, .so o speak, at opposite poles, "rvitb the cV of Ihe world between them." It as been'working in accord ivith.the. plrlt of Canadlanism against tho cou- ribuHon policy. .Hera ara some of the oatslanains ayings In that great speech o! Mr. 'ester's, as it stands on record in the. mgss of Hansard, with tho record of he unanimous vote of the House- in avor'ot tho Canadian nav? policy: "The first difficulty Is that as to Biirig the amount of'In? con- trlbulion. long shall tha'sum which you have filed to- day, remain the proper. sum.raud will U not be subject to constant revision, conslant negotiation and may. be occasional disagreement and consequent troaWetl "Another objection laiied U tliat it smacks too much of tribute. That we are a free people nnd we do" not want to'be paying a con- tribution to. Ore Old Country .this or any other purpose. "The greatest objection which have to a flsed money contribu- that It bears the'aspect of hlrinV somebody to'.do irhat we' ourselves ought to no. As tho-Jgn'i man, ttie father of a .family, in' lusty health and strength; should pay hl3 neighbor Eometnln'g per month for looWus after the welfare and-'safety of hii hoiise, Inslead of dolng'thst doty himself. '-'After 10. or 12, or 20, or 3'J- years, you will have paid out an Immense amount of money... .Vou will have been protected in the nuantlrne, but in Canada Itself -there will he no roots There will bo no. residue left There will be rio preparation of At the town Is en honor the distinguished resident. nephews and nieces presented Senator and Mrs. Taylor with a boquet of fifty row's. The point with me Is as to whe- ther it is nol the- greater wisdom to sow the seed at once and cul- tiraio'ils gronth as- best as wo can in our circumstances'and with our resources- until at last we arhe died. She It said lo haunt the king. toe soil or beginning of Hie growth of production of self de- fence. Yet Eome time or other, no one can doubt that with re- sources and with a population constantly- increasing we must and will hove in this country a r.aval force of our own, for our coast and home "The interest that we in a. contribution made by another Is- not the interest that 1 desire for Canada. 1 want to sec jomcth'ra; grafted on the soil of Canada's nationhood which takes root and grows and develops-until It In- cites the spirit of defence In this country, leads to a participation in tlie defence, leads to that qulclt, its gloriea. Us du- lies, arid Its accomplished1 work, which Is, after all, ilio one great thing which benefits all people for Brest either on land or on fsa, In Ihe way of defence- and of the- of the rishls of the country. It disjoins what has been joined together fttom tho earliest days of the world's cslsl- and the proleo-' lion of commerce. After all a basic Idea of a naval force Is tlie thi comrrcrr'- r country. A commerce sine by side with protector and Us pro- tector side by side with the grow- Ing commerce of a country flo'jr- Ish best together and are the. surest helpers to each olher. we mako our contri.lm- tlons In !he way of a fixed sum and It goes from us and "wo arc- nol for It, we have nons of the Inspiration arising from Ihe growth and development of a system of tutu PS defciico In our own country. We are depriv- ed of the- larger beacfll ourselves, and In Ihn futuro We do no great service lo the Empire o( which we form a part In Uils matter of "1 think this method tho necessities and tbe aspirations and Iho prospect of a xrcat peo- ple such as the Canadian people ore destined (o become. Wo must IUC 'fW" at ftral bo SDioll, but some lime or pthtT our country will 'havo its naval force for Ihe defence of this country, if for nollilng else. AGRICULTURAL CREDITS (Winnipeg Free'Press) The agricultural credit acute In .tie United States. of tho Currency Hill through Congress was Impeded by the determination of members of Con- gress to add to It provisions Jar arural crsdlt the Fresldont plcilgeil tho administration support to special measures at a later session, _wlth this problem. In bis statement President Wilson said: "Tlicre has been too Httlo Federal legislation framed lo servo the farmer and- with a deliberate ment to his real.needs. Wo'long ago fell into tho habit of assuming that tho farmers of America enjoyed tmch an-immens'o'natural advantage over the farmers uf the rest of tbe world, were BO tnlclllgent and enterprising, and BO at ease upon Uic Incomparable- soils of our.great continent, that they coald feed the world, and prosper, no matter what handicap, they carried, no matter what disadvantage, -whether of Ihe law or of natural circumstanc- es, they labored under. We have not exaggerated capacity or. their opportunity, but we hove neglected lo analyze the burdensome dlsadvsn- lages from which they wero sirtferlng, and havo too often failed to remove them-when TTO did sec what they wero. "Our farmers most have means af' forded them of handling llieir needs, euslly IICK! Inexpensively. They should be'furnished thtaa facil- ities-bcforo thblr enterprises' lEnculr-h, not afterwards....... "And they will he.. is our next great task slid duty. Not only Is rt loverriment commission about to re- port, irliich IB cbnrged wIUi apprising :ho Congress cf the best methods yet employed In'this matter, but.the parlmeat -of Agriculture haa also token 8. ecrlous and systematic study of the. whole problem of rural Tedlts. Tlio CongresR'hnrl this Gxecn- llve, working.togother, will certainly afford Ihe needed machinery "of relief and prosperity- to the people >ot tho countrysides, and that very-soon." What President Wllsoi says about the' easy Indllferenco of Uio public to tho special difficulties of the farmers Is npplleftble to Canada. Wo have been giving all'our sympathy, al- tentlon 'and assistance to utter In- terests Industries secure tn the rjeJIef that tbo farmer would struggle, along somehow and come out ail right.- A Inier TleW of 1ho relation .between tho tiller ot tho soil and prcs- pcrity of tlie slate is being taken; and governments nfe beginning to see Uio need for'dealing'with the "bur> densomo dlsadvanlagcs" from which the firmer suffers.' Tho old worlil has leFsons-to leacJi the now Iri thla respect Note the dressy appearance of these Penman Sweater Coats It drapes the figure ta gracefully as a custom tailored garment, because knil-lo-foim with exacting care to fit the varying 1 physical lypcaof men, women and children. Pcnmarii Sweater Coats retain their marvelous and pleasing inade from the best selected wool. Vou know you need a sweater occasions when itig decidedly the vogue. Ask fora Penman. LooTt fof At trademark, PUMK Uaiied, Paris, Casadi Underwear Ho5ierj ;