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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE -LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, September 20, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD RSTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? Published by'thi' Lethbrltfge Herald Printing Co., Hi., ivery law- ful eventn- it !u office, Sixlh Street, Lethbridge, Alberts, Canada. And Newt 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Minfglng Director T. W. CjUAYLE Minaglr-D Etf tcr JOHN TORRAN'CE Bxt'ncji Manager PHONE: Advertising And Joi 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear delivered ......54.00 1 year, by mail 6 nonths. delivered S2-00 cuaths. br mall.....SI-SO S isoatbs, delivered S iuonths, by rjall 75c 1 raonth, delivered ___ 35c. 1 msnth. by mall 25c. ts ittU-ed, fc-jt twin new e-ni ola THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross Drug ft Book-Sure; J. G. Rets trtEon Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store: Kcasy C Allta: Lttbbridge Hotel Cigar Stacd; Empress BeJ> let I.MCh. Diamond D'Aro. MtJiclne Hat As-initcls p. Fe.-jfcsca. BeJttle Mnr- Fhy Co.; Craabroot Bogt Company. Nevj Company. McCrw; Mitchell Drug Co........ Bros. Vancouver Wide World Co.; Ncwi Stoj, Street Neir.i Co. 18J Rlfer SMe Avecte. Lako Hotel .Co- tea Neirs Asency. Boclr. and News Store. 109A Sth Are, Weal; World Newi Co. Pincher Station Ejwartl Rut. St. News Co. KnoK dea. News Co. THE HERALD ta of fasts, an! s-JTnrasry of Ice teirs ot tfap wetk. Jocal acd dljtricl 1 year fa aivacce.....11.03 6 months In advance lefi the stuff ami relumed to the steamer for. it ,lhc next day. That was the type of man Covenanters were made of. Huertn has Irtirnrd. lu .be good Ihe-suhilary atteu- lion him by the United Stales and he promises a free am) nnlmmcllcd presidential ;elcclidu with Ihc prediction that he will hand Ihe reins to his successor .with jicaoo anil Iran- imility prevailing. I lie British t'.olumbia government is goatg.lo make u dead I scl on Editor McConhet. .Liberal candidate, mul- the i doughty exponent .of his party's principles on.the coast. Mc- Connell is one of-the. lust men Bowser .wishes to .confront, in l.lie house, .it would be' Nyar'nl forTJowser. project, claiming that a cetlniD mem- ber of the! directorate had sot his shares for nothing. The. U. O. hau- pens to know that Ihe gectlcuui! in question inado au apureciable Hou In. his hank role for those shares. And that's the way the wheel goes round. 'Xanawfu! shame, boys. But all the clouds'will roll away sud the sliver Urine "ill be revealed when Ilizzonor coues houie with a hilt million cold In his feane. Oh: 10 think ot It: Jeff arrove back fro a Juntle Town yesterday. f And slrevt .buu..lE still hooliue TARIFF The following' from I lie' jVi n Free Press reveals., tire .tariff'- HANDICAP THE WEST MARKET GARDENING AND A MARKET. [Kieep............. i I I Boots, photos, etc.. Barley........... I Buckwheat....... I (Peas........'..., [Rye j Wheat..........V Bran flour t .Bricks (plain) I Bicycles 'tothing and rear- ing apparel B5.J19 1-tom Too each' to JliSO eaeh. J1.60 each. Crude-, crushed t screened, 55S.026.- 30c bushel. 45c bushel. i loc bushel. 15c bushel. 519.124 Ice bushel. 'SSi.MS1 busbcl. 7.6S5 lOo busbel. 25o per buslel. Free. Kree. Done asji 1.430' J1-S5 a ton. 46S. 7c per 100 IDS. In bulk. 12MiS 50% and 6051. Of. per butleL. Free.' J Free. Co per bushel. lOc per busbri; Free. Cou n t e rraiilDK duty lOc buihol free. c oun t errdjling duty 4So barrel 10ft. wool .Silk. BOS.1 Cotloa, 'St LEASING of the tracts in the gardening purposes is ;i economic policy. It .will give an iiinicltis to ;i much desired industry and. thereby, help in the reiiliziilion of the hope of reducing the preseni cost of living. The location, with its many fiicih'lies, is most suitahle for what it is intended. So far as-the'city is concerned the policy is not a commercial speculation, whereby much general .gain is to be obtained. The scheme, better fulfil jls purpose were there in existence a central market wherein the Coal Anthracite free. Both free; Inous 45c ton. Binder twice...... S61.360- Free. pound. Apples, green 25c bushel. Berries........'.'. Vm. Furs (undresEed) Free. i SI ton. Hides and skins, not fur cattle........ Exploslves and Fresh, free. lOo per 50- Ibs-. vr Free. u Free. J2 too. f.. "_ Sooils produced could be displayed and so add much to their easy disposal. The market idea should hot be allowed .to drop. With pro- .per organization and management there "is- why it .should not be made a self-supporting Apart from any-ii' thing else the institution oF.ji'city markel.'would be a means ma-binc3 furthering the Unking-up policy which hns come up for consid- Milk Junk............ (Sole) leather (Upper) leather Boots and shoes Harness and dlery ..........i Agricultural Imple- 654.74G Free. '2c' to 4c poilnd." Free. is iron 74.685' 250.60-' lo 459 eralion. To Censure this hecoming a-reality no measures should neglected wliich would help it out. This a central Plult 'would furnish. It is an inslitiition which should have its place [Butter.. i.n every well appointed and up-to-date'cily. This is a matter, particularly in view of what is aimed a I. lo; in the development of city and'iiislrict, which should not paper w iost sight of. Hams.......... Lard Mutton Pork Rags........... Sausage casings Clover seed Flax seed THE-ENLARGED MUNICIPAL-RESPONSIBILITY. WITH THE EXTENSION1 of the municipal franchise there will be placed on tiie shoulders of many a new responsi- bililv. It is one which should be fully realized by those on whom i Grass seed il fulls, and it should be regarded as a coveted privilege. Look- ing at it with this view Ihe voters lo he liave placed before llieni ;.-.the preliminary measures which Ihey should employ to ensure s llieir being placed in a pusiliou to exercise the franchise allowed] I them.' j' All citizens, wlio consider themselves entitled lo Ihe new privilege should lose no time is seeing -lhat their names arc included in Ihe voters' list. The interest shown in this will he mi raniesl of lhat greater interest which should be forthconi-' ing when, polling day for our new municipal government arrives. In a case of (bis kind it should be a matter of personal in- lercsl.with everyone who has anything of.pride in.citizenship sioXis I Planlis and Laths, pollngs and pickets.......-.1 I.S21.518 ilock for pulu i pound.. V: 6S5 IHc poured: 4o pound. 34" IWc po'iind.1. pound. Free.- i. i 25p .bushel.'., Free. 30c ton. Free. 25c bushel. Free. Free. Free. Free. Free. Fri-e. Free. Free. Free. 353. Free. pound. pojnd.' .2c per dozen. (Uy David Ross. Strassburg. Sasfc.) The great handicap ot tbe west Is jlEtatco" from markets. are al Ih'e-mercy of transportation Interests. Our rallwcys. our lake shipping roer- and the Atlanilc fhtiiplug hive us completely in Ae'.r power, and UCey! make us iiay. Hudson Bay route- tail be made by tie government to afford the west complete relief. The existing trans ppriatlon Interests know this. Thi'T will -therefore the Hudson Iiay route. They can kill It easily, by ar- giag with the Atlantic shipping 'of which bur railnnya are. a part, for prohibitive rales to be charg- ed on all vessels pl.vlng on tbe Hudson. Bay route. Thus the Hudson Bay route will receive Its deatli at the outset from ourbosllle transporta- tion Interests. We shall still be In the hands of our traoBportatlon blood- suckers. Their Interests'are not ours. While we need to market our grain EOOH after threshing, It is lo tie railway's advaritase to mako the grain traffic extend over tbe year; and they do IL we need tran portaUon and lew rates, the rallway> advantage lies in huge dividends ob- tained by high ralei and low tipendl ture on care and warehouslnj. While we need the Hudson Bay route to afford relief from the high rates and grossly Inefficient service of our exist- [Ins will lose traffic by Us competition. They will therefore knife II. The interests ol Uie' people and ttie Interests of the railways at present operated are opposed. Which interests are to be consider- ed paramount in the government's dealings with tbe Hudson Bay route! The-people's or toe railways? "A delicate Liqueur Scotch of creamy light in character delectable. is 1 In a ferles of short letteis of which .Ills Is the first, I hope! through tbo co- operation of .western editors, lo. focus western 'thought on 'this question'and ts solution. What Others Think Tetting a Vaccination Law (Mall and''Empire) Hi 1904 til" City 'Council of Mont- real .passed .a by-iaw requiring the cotnpulsory vaccination of school Idren, worklngraen, and factory employees generally: This by-law hp.s remained oa bocks without le tbe satisfied to let the C. i.P.-B., tie G. T. P., Ihe C. N. R. and j.the lake merger work the Atlantic I "pool" to kill our Hudson Bay routel willing to let them for all irne compel us to use'their long, cost- y, out-of-date routftE, when the shorter iudson Day route is soon to be avail- able? 'Are we content to be bled for- ever? If 1-know my fellow westerners, tbe pound. 1000. 20c 1000 plecos. 60c 1000. Free. Free. Free. Free. Free '.Free. Fred. I5c bushel.... Free. Free. Co u ntc trailing duty Free. Free. Free. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN without butting inpn the Sporting it's I rugby season, while Lethbrldrje sports team in autocrat of Ihe sport departmeal' answers "fife- and stops there. Why isn't there a rugby team In Uthbridge? Why! Well, here's wby. The people of LcthbritJge ate not their own i burg. Some one Bays. but well there is need for the arousing of interest and the discussion 1 it's straight goods, standing to lake the necessary steps for being enrolled, without Ed. It would appeaftb be a'sage re Irusling to the authorities to see that their names arc al lUa time'to omitted. Aufhorilie-s arc noi infallible, and it may hf: thai the j reposing of such trust may end in chagrin when one Edmonton lining up for the big too late in the day lhat he, or she, is left riulin the cold. And speaking of election day it is not by any means too early j wlien something in the way of organization should be formed for ilisnissing and forming a line of action with a view to obtaining I the best mulls from what will he a radical change in our civic regime, "-Votc.s for women" is nol going So he an agitation hul an accomplished fact ao far as the municipal election is'conccrned. The women of Lethbridge have an opporlimity of pulling to flighl many of the arguments against female franchise.' To do Ibis IK strictly, enforced, but objection lo has at last'been taken by a cllUen, who has'commenced an actlon'in the courts attacking- its 'talidiiy.- Thn Kngland v-cro forem'ost ift Uj'e llglit the Coinpuleory Tacclnatlori Act j by Ihe Uritislj Parliament a score of years ago; antt succeeded in having as'a luodlfication a "conscience, clause" that' purrhlue'u1 tbe Individual ttib rlgbt of pbjeilloh. In practice, of "course, .laits of this nature Icse roir.e of their vigor, be- cause the' uiachinery for carrving them becomes deiectlve. .Oji the g'round of public'' FtrvEco ji good citizen may feel'It'his-duty to' init 'to -tbe such tions, but he may quite justified in'belltvihg thai the invasion of hia pc-rsotml" liberty ;Is ethically, if: not constitutionally, wrong: Tiie Ontario law brings into compulsory vaccination :ohly when the health'nutho'ritlta have rea- fon, from tho 'i.Te5ence" of Eniallpov; to deem interest deina'jds it. Most people exempt from' compulsion. .There, is no cvi- chief grounds .on-which the actionj denco lhat such a eyalein LuS de- IB baaed aie: the oi creased our protection against-small- medical- opinion efficacy of Oie-iracxHnallng operation; discriminative nature nf tn.applying to only certain in ii nryVsoh-in- "Y-yes, If.'jroii. can afford Transcript.'' Is It a healthy condition of affairs? Hardly. j Some one rises to remark that rug-: by has betn tried, here -every year since '03. So It has and never went because the r-Jayera tried every kind of rugby gami known to the world. aUi wantid are.Uo or three oWer men who have had eomtlbing do with the taitc hoJiJ. In words, Lethbrldge needs two or three'good not of toe tin horn variety. It's a'abame a city 'of can't mahe aomc sort of a a( setting the great fall game going. of.thc many problems wiiich the city has lo consider. In this flic] Civic Cluh has a duly.which il would do well to impose on Take down in' Hamilton Just now, und endeavor to create what is necessary for the making Of' and every one the foothall eca women's vote to count a factor in the of good civic I 'St ur tho prairlc agxregatlona. They're! prnufi of the Tigers (idwn'there, and1 every citizen of Hamilton thinks a i UttTe more of ftls old home, town he- 'cause of that rugby; team, it helpi out the communltj ftjiiill. Same In Moose :Jaw, Cal- ry and Edmonton, Tiie "people up lo burgs think they're I E W The inimBdiatc results of Ihe many landscekcis ;brouglil in by the C. P. H. may nol lie.large, bnf Lclliliriilgc buum] 'to benefit mighlity in llic I'ufnrc. j In tho real city cjafia becaifin they Owing iiifjh cost of opcraliwi (lie C. electric railway a ruBby u'am' will raise fares lo Hvc cents straight; The B. C. roiiijinnr Imsj ,Mmnl Xo exclusive privileges and is safe. for the masses here In tho Wl. u you A young Scotchman refused to pay duly on Simdny :il New "Vork hccmisft his mother laughi him Ip le.sjii.'cl the. Sabbalh. lie a grouclr, you can keen There's r.o way of working II off. sporla lo forward (o till win QuHo.a Kcrtnon that (or this cply- tim conductor, but It's iust by way of thai Ihla burg Is alleop jusl nhen U should oe wide juat whca It tho'jlii havo all hnncis out nnisEng U up to the IftJlcb. It lEn't true only In sport. You find 11 urerywhert you go. riien, who arc doing rr.ore business than they'tver tlld In their lives, will lead you round the corner and ask when you think business will pick uy.'They to! of them little ham- mer handy iti their plslol pocVeta and do a little anvil song when any Dew eriterprlee IB broach'jd. At the Board of Trade luncheon, which came very nearly not tiing luncheon for uant of on Thursday C. t'. I'. Conybcare real ihoat jiresent a ilute lecture oti.jbU vi-ty -Imt by MIJT of further the C. conduclorr-licard other day lhat. men In tlill w make a.iellow, boost for knocki ihc.pelany-. tlmlt Several of pur attradlive Fall Styles ate -The "Norfolk" been.Accepted by the best dressed men of th'evcountry) for business as well as for outdoor sports.aiid motoring. We are showing several distinct fall styles in Norfolk new Tweed mixtures and basket weaves. Come in and see attractive fall styles in Suits and Overcoats. up. McKelvie McGuke ;