Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIJKJE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Soptemlwi- 17, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ISTABUSHEO DECEMBER I. by th htet A-slnltoU Hotel D. Feisusoa. A phj Co.; Craalrock Book Company. News Company. PInchtr McCrea; Mitchell Dros Co. Vancouver Wide World Co.; Newt Shop, U5 Street- Janleson News Co. 705 Iltver Side- Avenue. Grisly tike Grafsy Lakft Minneapolis .t .Co lien Agency. Catgary leading Book and News Store, 109A Sib Ave. Wesf; World Xewj Co. Plncncr Stalior. Edward Head. 3L World News Co. "Carmtnsay Clarence Knol- den. WorlS Nem Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD FVbEih-d ertry Weftiudap In ftriit tfTmSre fcfts. eosUlu su-nmiiry of tht peprj or lie local and district I year to adrtnca.....11.00 uonlba ID advance INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY A _RECENT. HEQUKST from our special in ihc I'uitcd Slides constrains Hie Herald to draw'atlrntion to its ailvf-rlisiug policy. In a mild nnini'ier this journal is cnll- eil to.ladi for ivfusiuH to curry any .idVerlisi-iiu'iils of lire mail order. not look uu this in the light of an iiuiu-acliiiirnt. but 1-iithi.T ;is. a, cuuipliineDl that we have bftn scnunilously careful in adhrriug to the policy have laid oul. Time unit ngahi have urged the Join of shopping iik.liomc as based..not'only on mil cumin unity spirit, but ccouomic iii fls truest 'seiiso in the long rim. To sustain this policy we.'have doprivcd ourselves of Hie of beijentting in a largely pecmiiiiry way. not Ihiiik it immodest to say that iivthis (wive been ucltiiilcd in nphoUiiiR Hie. text liavc often piWhed. lu'pliiin words we practised a loynlty wliich linvt- c-ilffd on others lo observe. Gelling from generalities tV particulars, we may say'that within thb'.last forlnight-we haJe less than six advertisements dealing wjth'lhe snle of hardware, clolti- gaieral This does not apply 'only to our'displayed advertisements. We have followed Ihc same rules in regard to the classified ones, tiiid'lmvc invariably .'turned down advertisei-s who'liavc not been able lo place. IJcfore us a slraigblfbrwiird iiropositipn as to what they wore ultimately driving at. Tliis particularly refers lo any thing in the.way of a While we are on.thc subject it will not be out'of place id remark, and we Iliinl; it will be considered a pi-opn observation; that local niurchants will'perceive that for sustaining our policy co-op era lion is needed in the mailer of support. And in Ihis mailer of home-shopping, the public nmsl, or should, perceive thai it is not a conspiracy .'imong local inerchants for holding up prices; Lethbridge merclmiiis arc endeavoring to give Hie best'at reasonable prices, and the circumslances under which they have to'.contend against the mail order houses should be fairly laVen into account. In Ihis connection again the fact should be lioriie.iu mind that in a mail order a certain amount of purclmse has lo tie.niade up. This oflen means buying wlial is not absolutely needed, and is the most loolish form of economy. There.is'alsollie-benefit all round, lo which we need'hardly allude, of keeping money, in circulation locally. :iuy purlicular llourish of trumpels Lethbridge has been ndvaiicing in ils industrial development. The amount of fads gleaned hi a shorl itinerary of the city, and published in our issue of Salui-day. shows Hint expansion has been made in a way not strikingly observable. .And Ihis is Ihc kind Of growth, which is the most solid. It may be likened to lhal of animal or] plant life whose stages of increase' are not 'dearly' perceptible to Ihe naked eye wliich comes inlo daily contact with them, but, none Ihc less, (he process silently continues, they are following. Hie laws of nalure. j So in the industrial expansion V.bled there is at work i nak ural law, so to speak. 11 Is one forced on by circuinslances-which Severe droughlMs-driving people out of.JCa'nsas to Caiiadal Il-is certainly driving Ihe'm in the right direction. The Wilson tariff-does'not give the Canadiini government a loophole of escape. Tariff changes are essential lo Ihe of the west. denjand it. .This is a wholesome.sign in. that the needs-of the j day.call for the activity and Ihc enterprise." The progress inadei is nol of a ienlaiive a view lo future. po bul one directed for meeting presenl requirements. The older industries, shell asf the LeihbriHge Brewing Mailing .works, ami the Ellison Mills, are doubling the capacities' of-tlicir.plants lo mcel Hie calls-imposed on them. The iron Works concern has enlarged ils buijiliiig aiid added a -machine lo cope wilh what it has to handle! And as if taking slock of is going on and hiaking readv lo meet with the situation, we. note Ihe activity.iii Ihi- C. P. A. in increasing the capacity of its freigh! shwls a.ni doubling4he sira of ils yards. Send Ihe publisher! Experimental Kami harvest lo friends south of the line and elsewhere. It.makes good read- Jing ;md su'mulales.lliought. uiuiiit a view in luinre. Judgment has jnsl been given ia.thp'election.prplcsLagaiusl cled for meeting presenl requirements. -r p- E- elected411 liiii" trr induslries, shell asf the LeihbriHge Brewing and! if !illsn1ved Lessard from wrong doing. .Opinioifs vary as-lo the crop in western Canada'this-year, hnl Ihc; is siiliicienl lo givc.everi'a pessiriiisi One Or twn iovflll fhnitnlilc. 'T.' are ne liul while Ihe expansion of Hie older industrial landmarks e remarked on we should not lose sight ;of t'lie .existence of Ilie. such us. Ihe Brass and one or two joyful thpughls. If .wheal was worth why is it only vorih SG cents now al Winnipeg? There is more lliaa in the wood pile and gouging Ih'e western' farmers. Ihc. Soiifhem Alher.la- Welding Co. fliese have noi' A Avlieal was only iijing'iiiSrV.'.jl lishcd ii.i -r solti the iiimpeg markets at 97 cenls. Today wiieir'ilfe'real 1-m bf yoideri No. 1 hard is being rushed'to the lishcd tlicmselyes us smnclliing fresh in jhe indnslual life of Lellihridge. Iheir existence iii a field or.recogjiuc.dj.-piiufrejnents as Ihe. demands made on Ihein teslify. ;'FurihLr there' arc the 'Slftcarohi .and Cigar factories which.are laking their place to cails of. Ihe induslriul market.. All these things are salisfaclory signVthat n.sound industriai is being developed, and it is following the lines uf in affording facilities to what possess, so that their sinews may he-strengthened. Industries able lo nialic" use of local rc- sources and lo cater lo general requirements" will form a fonnilutiun on which greater expansion may be reared.- Tlic merging' of. Ihe' Iwo papers, in Ma.cleoil lopks Jike good business iactics and 'there is no reason Tj-Jiy the one papjer.'should not hold the field for, a long time unless a.. too rambunctious variety .of p.olitics inviles opposition. ,V THE SHEECH THE THRONE.. speeches .from the liironc h.av.e.a tendency ll> be stei-colyped in reviewing records it cannot be 'laid to the charge of. that delivered al Hie opening of the Provincial House lhal it employed anv loo much latitude'in ilcal- ing with .what is; common to he dealt'with oil such ticcnsions. The progress spoken Iq road and bridge building, telephone exlensions, and similar works ef a public dcscriplion.-has been well marked by Ihose.who tmvc studied and V observed recenl dcveiopnicnt. A. proof, of this is locally-estab- lished by Ihe flue government road between "this cily nnd Medi- cine-Hat, which a stranger and an experienced rnolorisf, who hail .driven from Montreal, gqvc the. (listincltpn of being the best in '.'-.IhcDominion he had travelled on, and which he compared fnvor- the -famous Kingston Pike.' csjaJiJisliing .of onices in alluded lo wliich will no'doubt briiig its cxpccled benefils lo Ihe "rhat.lh'e it'iiiialive is a wise is tokened by Hie step taken in (ha ('direct ion by "the Maiiiioba govcrnmclit. A.n encouraging part of the speech is the reference lo Ihc commission lalely relumed from Europe afler seeking infoniia- lion regarding agricullurnl credit. In formulating a scheme for Insliluling Hie like in Alberta (he-government will be well-advised. The oplimislic lone of Ihe .speech -was jllslided by the which present prospects hold forth. Speaking of regrcls, those .with reference lo Ihe.. holding of the Natural Resources were amply called for, not only In view of the pledged promises, of. the. federal gbvcrnnienl, hill on the broad lines that only by equality as lo terms con Ihe Irue jpfrlt o t'lng de doclour ti'rr Um hees itae do knlfo It always pay. One day younit .vlilt trouble dcrc- win 'palnln' so; look at_beem 'An' hum a.lcttle lune-p- prayer ;ifl fift he'elart tob.soon.. Uul dougn hees never fin' somet'lng Wit's causin' all mlxln' up a leetlc Dat's w'at you call An' pour It in dat feller's For mak' bcem jomp, raebbe, i Den hum. cnpdfr leetlB.-lnne, JAM feller on.'de spree.'" after w'lle dat feller's say "Hoclcur, suppbfio, mebhe Uat t'ing Innlde.wus cover up So you can never seel" De docleur bcem up nult4 Den lselli> "De dat wus all hees quit de'Job, loule stiU.e. "Derc's not'lng In your eye at all, So Jus' ho satisfy." An' he leave do docteur den So happy be can die; Bul Wen hees say "Jus1 sen' youl De doclcur'only said: "Oh never dal'n too moche worry ori bees hfad. Wall, after yoar )Ices try for k'lp us well, Den paseen on eora' oder place, An' wo tnus' say We sure will miss fieem, cr'ry But we-mus' not forget Dal w'at we lose, 'som'onc will gflln-. Of dal I'm bat.' We wish heem luck, do pTaee be go, No tnaltcr v.'crn It be, An' w'en ho go, we To fill hec3 famuec; So now ma frlen'-.Jns'-lak' o> glafa An' nil n t'lll'for An' drink lo bcom Til.' "De Pioneer Docleurl"