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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 TIIE LETITBRibOE P'AJIyY HERALD FrUlny, September. 1013 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published by tha Lethbridge Herild Printing Co., ttd., every ful evening st IU Street, Lethbritfge, Aiberta, Canada. A. BUCHANAN 1224 T. W. OUAYLE Managing Eeitar JOHN TORSANC5 PHONE: 1 253 OAIUY'SUBSCRIPTION BATKS fjcar delivered'...... 1 {months delirered J2.00 G month i, by mail S months, delivered 3 months, by mall 1 monlb. delivered 35c. I moult, by mail i orttn ES b-.il twta cew t addresses must be THE DAILY HERA1.0 FOR SALE AT Red Cress Drui VVenkte Drc LeUibrldgL fr Book S'.ore; J. 0. Hob- erlsoa Co.: Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drus Store; Keony Aliin; Lethbridge Hate! Clzsr Stand; Enpress But- fef D'Arc. Medicins Hat Hotel D. Ferguson. Slur pUy Co.; Craubrock Company. Kewa Company.- PIr.cher McCrea; Mltcbcll Driis Co. S3.00 .51.50 75c 25c. World Vancouver Wide News Co.; -News Shop, 445 Granwell Street NOTTS Co. 705 Blver Siile Avenue. Grassy Lake .Co- hen Xers Agency. Book aad News Store. 10SA Sth Are. Weil; World N'ers Co. Plnther Station Eairard Read. St. Nen-E Co. Kraal- den. Co. THE WEEKLY' HERALD PuMishfd every Wednesday In elrtl 01 more pares, and coctilai Eucunsry ot iht ol tit iretkv locaj ana district 1 year in advance.....71.00 6 raonths in advance 50c minister of the interior, Or. Koche, is-Jo provide for leasing it tn the farmers through association of, their own.. It means to Southern Alberta the rejuvenation of the live stock in- tUistry. which cannot with the fast encroachment of settlers'upon the vacant lands ever bo brought ab'o'ut by the 'largo slock' inter- ests. It also encourages those formers who have devoted several years to raising one crop to engage in mixed farminK, and thisj i tends to the. general improvement' of the co'nniry, Loth in people and iii If in Southern Alberta bail been I engaged in'ihixed the past two years there would not I have been-the? kasl feeling of money sun-city j withstanding tiiat there might, have been severe hard, times .clse- wheivrfor live slock'runs iiitb money and is, in fact, considered by all husiiH-ss int'ii us practically cash. The Calgary News-Telegram credits Hie rnrnurs of Southern Alberta with having solved a diuicult problem in uniting upon method for the operation of a lease of the Blood reserve to seltk'rs j and proparihg to increase their holdings of live stock, ami it' i further endorses the efforts of our progressive farmers of South- ern' ami the Ilelnbridge district is 'proud to possess ii large milliter of them., fts editorial comnicnl on Ibis.matter is worthy the altcniioii of every 'fanner, 'and is here reproduced that tiis! renders "of the' Herald.nuiy benefit by tin; Southern AlbcrUt is the cuming mixed'fanning section of ern Canada: mixed farniing is very live industry has just been proved by the application of ngricultnrisls livin'g within" cnsy reach of the Blood Imliim reserve' in Soiilticr'n Alberta for graang leases. H tippears from .the report presented to the minister .of the interior thai 161men engaged in inixed-fnrniiiig desire ing leases for 23.523 head of slock, comprising iattle and'horses. It was at first thought 4jiat each fnrmer de-sired 11 separate.lot, LLOYD'GEORGE TOOK TO THE MOUNTAINS MARKETING CATTLE THE YEAR ROUND. the safety of ihe animals will, be.assured by fencing round the whole reserve devoted ;to purposes.' TliiVfitiS simplified matters much for tlie as well as spared unnecessary expense to individual breeders; in relieving them from-individual fencing, which.runs into a'co.ii- A POLICEMAN'S TOWN .LOTS AftV a strenuous session with the Ihe only way to secure rest was in a Hebo'g'tn thc Snowdonlan range. Mrs. Lloyd.Gcorge-Ts In.trie" p Star) "A ,'mo'jiucl lollctman" In 1502 lots lu Saskatoon for MO. He lerwaTils to the'-Yukon, and cm (lurnlils hl'er sold thc [iro- ny, vucant, tor Innvr-rs' (julde. According to present tlimdardB, that was lucky fellow and a shrewd AnJ, If anybody was go- to imll down aller teu years ull an original Investment of JIO, who better deserved such a prize Iliau iioliceuiau had been tor years rk'ljig his country p.mlii. lhu> hard- ilpo Ihe frozen north? Hat It lie'was" lucky-anil-If he nas Sufcalooii either lucky or If he had served his country >vell :uid deserved regard "wli? did not llio .eomitry as "a whole reward him? U'hy.dld Sabkatooii'uut 'of llie-rrults of her and the iieople ot Sas- katoon out ef thejr-iu.du6lr.v and enter- lirlse.for'Ji-u have to set iif.irt was far, far no more service for Moncton, Oh'l.? In this casc'Rnsfcnlbbu soat. Vcoiiie there.' of '.Oil! und'rc- inbte wjio JjQlerpfiee and labor made the nliaxt n iown ami t'he town canned. of-that.uoltcu. iiioa's vacant lots io a'ail .ovei- "again VlUioul'-ii iiarlir-le of "w'as-.every- .tjody's Euyerilltioiis and .re- spect for '.vested ;rights iiohody cverthouBiLt of suagestlug.tliat at 5f 'Iha't to lio iald'-lfito'lii M 1XED FARMlNCi has placed cattle raising on a more system- atic and uniform basis, for no olhcr purpose than providing the sustenance ofiotir peopUvil should be .encouraged: A'few years ago there was a congestion of: the catllemarket as soon as heavy shipping commenced.. Cattle were all raised on ranches and wintered iii the soon as they.wefe in prime condition from summer and-early fall grass-feeding, all the ranchers wanted to ship thejn.ul an overstock ami uncertain below, the standard. cattle slnpiiients-lrike'place'all.the-year the mixed.'fanner..has_providcd..good Ilipin-where be can.stall feed thein a fuiKjnaYlkct.price-Mil almost any seasonjiandcwilh thgTorpening up ".the siderable item. Without the consent .of Ihe 'Indians, the reserve could not have been alienated for-gnizing put-poses, and-they were opposed to it beiny'allotted in inslend of being bloc, as had been the case in Ihe leases held by finns like P. Burns X Co.; and th'f and Fares company. The-intro- duction of the present plgn has met Ibis the aborig- inals h'Uve at the denouement. 4 diviisined'farincis of Soulhei-n Alberta are to bc'am- Bratnlated Winii'tVuS'h'a'i-ing worked.put their'oWn salvation m i. -The retail merehants'.pjan to order, of flic'doutls .raiiuservice is sensible. Its adoplipiv.would bc'to the advantage of'ijebple along the line us well as the Lethbridgc.. or the -provincial to, apply iti reducing' th'e iburjeii qt; taiatiou. i Dr. Kuthcrford sfartled the niiliVes-arillfe'BoarU'of ItineKeon. And he didn't tell themJafthlRg th'ey'iUdiiU.know. But. tjie tloctor has a .way of drwiiijf 'tllKbHj' home'-that msifccs.his heai-ers sit up and to the'problems be outlined. It i; ARMER: 1 WHEN Dr.J. G. Rutherford, in liis'address-to the meirtbi'rs of ;THE BUSINESS. J Dr..J. Rutherford, in 1] Ihc Board of Trade, took.for liis' theme the community of interest between the business man anil the farmer, he touched on .a problem thc happy solution of which is a matter of consider- able inutunl importance. That a prosperous district means li-prospcrdus ccrilre is an axiom. But it is not sufTicie'iit thai It'should bfe iherclyso'regard- cd. Ways and means should be IhouglitfuHy' sleiis taken to carry, them out, so thai the truth of the axiom may ibe rcatizctl with benefits to all parties concerned. It is a fact thai what is known, as coranvercialism is u facully riot cvidciiccil by fanners in general. "And in saying this there is of libelling Iheirjnfellisehce. It. or Cless the result of conditions as.an pccupa- tion has remain.; .The bnsitiess.man from his 'special calling has, of ought to liayc, the Commercial instinct dc- .ryclopcd., Here jie has.the.opporlunity.'of'bringing in his partic- knowledge to help the {farmer inVfpllpyang out business This can. he applied, as Mr..Rutlierford pointed out of supply market ;duce, and designating market ramiremenls. These objects can billy be secured by-co-operation.' But to further co-operation in- terest is essentially necessjry. .It'is not a case of cach-.man for thimself, but a compounding of--ihleresls.su that may to nil alike. The outcome of such ,i< proceeding would end in doing away what is nn'inconsistent necessity.in an agricultural district, namely, the importation of mutton, butter, eggs and poultry, ft is not a case in Southern Alberta -vyhere natural resources arc not nul available for meeting'.the demands.of a congested population. the case of the flea trying to bring home the elepiianl's scalp. Noss tliai. this paper sees that the, flea is goipg.lo jje sncccssfnl, ii gets foul and helps bring back the prize, .'i those do who hid-never-seen neyer; ttiieaiit.Jo--and: IT 'Ihe' Eskimo had.traded cavtaiu. of a Russian' rrfrtter- for' a lln dipper and a Ilufslau to.iirornote.the livestock induslry of the 0 UK P QIN T O F VIEW happily eve'r aUer.tin .the same -thlrfg.ls 'golis 'On'1 oyery- The jiidtyidiial worlis. and like a.boutVhat ho eats as his reward.1 a great deal'qfUhp results, o! their industry are gafndrell fii by a few ''own" the area p'rcr 'which' enternrlsa .finds it W.eiert "Chief Davis must lie-succeeded by .a man-whoAvill carrj" out bis.policy...il..-.- Lethbridge-nuisi-arrangc to provide for tlie the best iil any of tlicir.'.annual cpnvcn- 'f.f._-...i. It is aJhousand.pilies-thiii.Lclhbridgeis losing ChiefJ.Pavis; (lon't good'men until thej! decide :us.- The Lethbridgc'ret.iil inerclianla he congratulated on i.l, to the logelher foT.ninlual'advaiR'eni'eiit. It for-pro- il.T iccls can s Lclhliridge business men Jplcrdiiy hcnrd one-'.of Iho jibles! atilhorities on ngriculiiire nn the continent. It the ideas he emphasized.Mill bear fruit. Learn the at with the (ieorgc-.Smith-.6f Camrosc is the clianipion of the h'ejplcss and. bc'lifis entcre'd Ihc lists in ;i worthy cause'.. II is not sport [o scatter ;.shol among a flo'ck of ducks." v a Jot to sav. in thejllousc! about bribing-tiie'elcclors with ollicfjs, buL'ijl'vdr .a word about elevators, I'ine discrimination. ?By the inlroduclion of 'business- principles -we ought to speedily i Hssume the posilion of being exporters. in articles of agricultural domestic supply. Cold storage, packing plants, a local market, Ihll enter injo. Ihe srhonir of co-operation. i Speakers, like Or: Knlherford, 'pel form an important duty; The News-Tclegnim of Calgary, a shorl white ago was in the stirring up of interest. But while they produce thc ncccs- sobs because the A! A 0. was nol'bnill. Now ii is Bary electricity, it remains for their hearers to see that it is jjcn-j sobbing because. the A. be built -.crated. HITTING THE NAIL.ON THE HEAD. T MUST certainly be ulcasinjj Io the farmers of Sonlhr-rn j men to ciic'riunigr ihc'farmcrs along that line. liiusl reiiioinl.ier Hint only with rigtit fanning can' there siicctssf.ui fanning, nuil it should lie Ilif- business of business I.I to note lhc.attention thai is being paid Ihein of lati .by the. newspapers of Ihc larger cities which in many cases here- Mayor Spcnce'r rjf Nfedicinc Hat is on thc right (rack. :Kvcfy some lliat" tlic farmers, ar this altitude.' The Herald has always been the friend and advocate of lluvfanner of Southern it tins-led in a large nur ber of. the progressive movt'inenls (heir advance. -It has from Ihe outset held-that the. Rloo'd j to he sold at a: .'Indian it-serve grasses for grazing would be far more r......... Ihe f tinners of Ibis portion of Western Canada than (o the slock intcleslvand it has championed the wuse. of Iheikel fanners iii this respecl and is pleased al thc prospect that UiO cily. Vothiiig has done .rijprfe Jtp' in' i- crease the popularity of the new dances than the.yictrpia. Without it .originated or confined-tb '.the large; 'they-; -.have become National and people Mf you haven't a 'one now, and I is to learhthe new dances )yhen; j they are played as thevVifftrob plays full orchestra or band and in perfeA tinie. Call at any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any Cily in Canada and let him play the (or you. -jyictiolas cost from to and are sold on easy'payments" (is low as per week) if desired.- Victor records arc 90c fo. 10 in. double sided. Ask (or our Catalogue V listing over 5000 records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., MONTREAL Umitcd I-, nA W iJ l_ i iviocAn AT I TO results of inoncy lightness nnd urgen I 'creditors: Tlie'tuycrs ii'fj H I Ix'lhbridge bonds will sell Ilitin nl.a B 404- ikel ii'p jijul SiijcUvhicfi ircdit H Bryan Block 17 Weslern Branches 'Phone 791 ;