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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETIIBRIIXSBJDAILY HERALD SatVi'rtliiy, September store- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECISUIEK Published by the Lethbrldae Herald Printing Co., every law ful evening at its office. Sixth Street, Lethbricfge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. 8VCHANAN f Canada is rich in its resources..and its n> Ittiusfs of: mineral are in .their beauty and .riovyhere more so than'aloiitflhe mamMine of IheG.-T.P. PHONE: 1224 T. W. QUAYLE hUniglng JOHN TORRANCH Bullneu PHONE: Ad vendin Circulatio And Jsb Ce ntl 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATH I vm delivered...... S1.W 1 sea, by Dill 6 raoaths. delivered .6 ffiunths. bv msll 3 conths, delivered 3 by mall 7Sc 1 month, delivered Me. i 1 tOditssu must clvw. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus i Book Store; i. 0: Kob- Co.; Jaelcsoa Co.; Aleiandrs Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny i Allla; Lotbbndse Cigir SUnd: Eraptess BrCl. "WWt Wcrlj Ken' Co.-, News Shop, Hi GranpiH Street.'-..; Co. 705 Hirer SMq Grmy Llko Medlelne Asjinlbol Hotel D. Fergusoa. Mw pby Co.; Boofc -Company- Company, PIncher McCreir-' Mitchell Druj Co........ '.Co- Agency. leading' Book and Kens Store, 1CSA Sth Are. 'y >West; World; N'ewi Co. Plncher Station Kaward Bead.. St. WorU News Co. Czrmzngay Clarence Knol- den, World .News Co. V X" THE WEEKLY-HERALD Put-HJbefl la Easts, tnrt sumhiiry of Jh5 rews or the wfffc. EEd district 1 year in advance S Travel along the JR. T. P. us We said bffpic. is 'oxlrt'incly 'This railroad type of mcnt and uo railroad excels it in rolliny 'sltxk. If you to scf- Ciiiinila right, take a run over the H.-T. P. %You will think a great deal.more of Ca'mula ;iud the C5. T..P1 This railrdad.ij opening up u rich country. Just as have along the Crow rlc mining centres, so you will find already nlong the (5. T. P. rich Tins route is opening resources that will.make Alberta and-British Coluinbiii richer. Go see for vourself. ENDORSE SENATE'S in elections. But llic -doctor is a striking illustration of tlic old love is blind. He cannot sec wrong in his parly. 1 "The latest yarn is thal-Hon! Clifford Siflon is backing J. Mc'Arlhur iu .building .Ihc.A. railway. If Mr. Sifton was really hack of all the schemes suggested by fertile political im- agination he .would have richer than the Holhschilds, Duke of TiVesiminster, Morgftiis, Rockefellers and Carnegits rolled into one..- -II is about time to give Clifford SSfton ;i rest. Ho lias been sadiy.'overworked as a political bugaboo. Au invenlion called the vanoMope lias been placed on the market. Its elaim.lo recojlnilion enables moving litres Id be'Jljr'owij'.'oft the screen without tlic flickering which m PL-MITI.- i i j .1. bothers tlie eyes If successful'it should be a welcome T ynuied ismoAloubl that moving-pictOfcs.hhve come A rades and -That is.oiUy4u be expected n to.-{ d. wmovapof.the 0, gmll the Senate has nol reached that stage where its; actions please ucncjii 10 uit ejts. everybody. In one respect, however, the.-upjier.chamber niet witli the ciulorsatjon iP.f ttie Congress, and that was iu its action-oil the Naval Bill. The Congress is. The. Hegiua calastroplio of n. year ago had upon tor- imtlo prior lp-1912 there was not ti policy but live last iusunincc report province shows thai after the lor- -_ _- nadg OVW' two milligni'ainda half of tornado insurance was writ- 6lable hi: dnlfa'hufidral dollars :of'ioSses were paidv Wlie- lherr..ihis kind of in BU ranee will be conlinuedas problenmlical. A her 'a. few- years tornadoes may again 'considered unlikely ofcarrciices' and Uic ins'uraiice willjliel allowed to lapse, li often liTHUItlDGE.ALDr.HTA. What Others Think That.Coaticook Pckcr Game (Seattle I'ost JutclHgeucet> "Just as CoaticooU had arrived at Hit w coudllluti of name. ?d the' iroii heie every d iB this inclJent to put as in the case tif. fire insurance .Unit Wlieii one feels most tlic- disaster comes: is at would ''.t cocsidtrs'himstlf in about Ihe class with oi; our-.iiHer- if BACK. T-A.ii' but ip doing so attach the.responsi: iiicnl fojr.hplding the Kasl.Middlesex bybrelection ahead of Char North Lanark ;md South Briice. Press despatches had not 'arin'ounced' any" olher writs "except that'of Enst1 Middlesex, hill now appears from; ca'stern-papers that the writ-for'the Cliateuguay election has.bepn issued.anii'thc election.takes place ahead pfdhat in East Middlesex: .Thatfact removcsHhe. foim'da- lion fo'r the. criticism .cffered a. few ddysligb. However, with four sc.ils vacant it.wmild.liave beeri'nHich held all the elections on the same" day in'stcud. of spreading four over a inon.tli or six'.weeks.: .Rrobalily thejdedllhergoVefnnient lias in view is loanable tlie workers-lo operate -in ail the constituencies. ri. ri ,t: T- v' fi DR. aiEWBURN'S DEPARTURE. Sou'thern'.AIberJa'.wheat is not only grading'No. t leads the 'T'ffK DEPARTtipE-bf. this city is ;.4--wqf Ihy of p.ass.infi His residence Uellibridge.goes back to the beginning of things here his removal'mean's "a'seven! wrench the; host "of friends lie lins ijiadc during his ipng I! was as a'ybutig man Dr. j'lewburn ca'nie to the then coal lit .nf'P 11''- _._____I t -'_ Tliftw: in. JJeAvillainiiWiirfti while "I'don't care a says "Aid. 'J. B. put a crimp in, by says te. nunlire3 bonts .wouldn't JiaYt been'-bad. pay lor one good E'J _ got a new cliartei. tf t e.sffcis'e- the initiative, and'releren- can't lake .a.- 'Li Vecall- until .aiter, the, corn's; at? _______ From ISSpnrilil .ihe present household word in the south-country. As.a med'icijl ijljoner his repntalfon went beyond Hie hounds of the province, and there are scores of people inight.nevcr have seen Leth- liridge bad it not Of the skill- ed 'surgeon and physician. As a cilizeri the, doctor was ahvays governor said to'haye should be a ddightfiil spot for.'my lord lire Dukeo. do.a'Uttle work on light foi anieaslr '-little H's' one- the Filing on oil are tsvo.different things, but let us-hope.jfefiling willOie-followed by It before iicceiSlin'g Jh'e'sfafeT lient of a the. impeuclicd governor asked iim lo swear to Vlie', bur; hundred' iftfeth' of one-niiH. W Si IS !i- i V Si-i- 1 And .that word spells career of the '.doctor in Ibis city.' .Never ifionient did he spend. He was up in'his p'rofessibh'anil goye inh'e best of Xow. that he is leaving us the'question ninny will ask is: '.'Can Leliiiiridge he Lethbridge without-'the He has been part and parcel .of the icily for so many that the 'thought of Lethbridge existing without Dr. Jlewburn-as a rcsi- ;dcnl is hardly creditable." But wd must realize lite fact thai he is It is hard lo parl. To many old timers it will be like the loss of the closest friend, the man .who has entered their homes JTor years administering lo the ills of She family in the way only pr.McNvhiini could. May Hie" Herald take upon itself the position of speaking for all the people and offer lo the doctor the best .wishes of ihc community and'happiness in his place of abode. think the .ddclpr nl Heart finds il hard to break Ihc old ties. Culgary will not be Lclnhridge lo man who has since .saw the light. Thiil the doctor will conic lo of tan is a wish. Sept.. 1 tis .tlie.'opening of. the. shooting season gives the. flop1 pers seven; more days' Jn- which to gather sufficient slrcngth to put up an equal fight ;with the giinhers. Business paralysis would so' soon pii ilie csiablisjunent of King Carso'n's kingdoip. in Ulster the poor'wcc thing wqui a and "untimely Allierla's b'omls'seii'a's high as Ihe highest, and "bcller.jhan the average. That-ill the bcsl. answer lo men who N A TRIP WORTH 0 MATTER what.the GramlTrunk-Pacillc. may cost Hie conn try il is a road Canada nced'ntyer.b'c'ashamed of. A trip over (his new transcontinental is a; revelation; The roadbed is .as near pcrfecl as possible and travelling comfortable as on any 6f the older established lines of the continent. Tlic-route of the G. T. P. lliroughJthe ciinnol bt excelled. A week" or so 'ago, .the. Alberta; and Eastern .british Columbia Press Association of being taken ul- niosl (o tlic end" of nlecl on the-western-scciion, and the unaivl hnous opinioli of the travellers was that for mountain scenery ;Thc shooting affair, in Edmonton in which a Saves fcltgr; shot an afiforc thit I gross'gennriillj''linked up Pinchcr Creek'is' -.'fSomfpneV 'Williamson made a bonchead" play by not "being "game'for (he'night' session, that rh'e would have ,done tte act .and saved tlie day il te hid. Ihetf had a little ;teara''playij the noon" siesta; a home, clouttd out ngtt .there', and the game tieti'up-b'n the -spol rithbuC need o! '.lie extra in jrcGraw Vere hand- Viiig these hushers of oms, then might be a different' s'toiy to. We', had 'a nuadi1 all along tha these City Dida ol .ours weie prone procrastination. HIzzoner, "the rnayor, didn't'think so while he was paddling 'round' in the same swihi" ralng when tie fot eas whefR'.lhey do things on the bat o had his lamps opened. One 'deal he. was worUiig on looked, good He-wired it to the council, lerrentlj 'jroploring them to do something, aid ing'as'a rider to his' message tha '.'the' deal will be. on the hummer ii i it the council didn't wake up Strange' language hut expressive too. Pinchcr Creek'iSjiiij "qld, tihicr's pulling out jijof llic Hudson.'s'lJay ceflalrtly-a The s pany were there; at Ihe beginning of tilings. he'beginning of There is'need bf.-work ompng-thc boys when of the jisin'g generation start off on a career of crime by petty thieving, jt-is to be hoped Ihat the warning given" will turn their steps inlO'ij Ltthbridge is beconimg.lhe recognized of real grandeur and overwhelming .beauty the route of Ihe G.lqmirlers of Alberta; Last year we bad llic Dry F.a Ti P. surpassed any of the olhcr'Hncrr-ip Canada and United j nnd this ytur .the Western Cnna'dii Irrigation Co' Congress mel wjlr) Stales. Certainly Mount.Hpbson has no cciubl. Il is a niosl iin-.jus, and we'will opcn'191 I willi the annual convention :of. thj: posirig peak and its magnificence-enthralls. Ihe Many United Farmer's of Alhe'rUi. s- of us travel to dislnnt points to set our eyes ujion new tilings, bull a few sights Ihat we can-! Dr. lilowfwho has grown rich "on Calgnry pOSfis not sot OLir eyes upon in any other part of Ihc world, .The Yellow-j as slatcsnian find is.'oni will) the. linnoiinceindnl.lhaia.Jijerali liead pass anil brotid iindjt'is'possible from lliu (rain toiare lirifil lo rultf.'a.slnlpinoii sC-hiclr Ihe Ifitl n perfect view of the niounlains on either side of the- steel.] the critic, will accept' :is ii cpmpiirnciil. ;Thc visla'oycry where is refrcshing'niiil inspiring. A trip through i llic mountains along the (i. T. 1'. ninkcs us thrill with admiration'! The Calgary A.lljertaif says Dr. Stc'wdrl, Mi I'vJ'., v Of the- scciicrj1, and, with u. gfcijifT. loyc for our coun'fry.jfonnd.more .gnnic'-h'ad.he gone gunning in his-ovyn r Rutherford ot C.FJi., bne, Scotchman who is the exctplio to.Ibe rule. lie muU liave 3 steal b! Irish blo6d in his make-up.som1 e. Decause he's wlltyi anil that' Ibc' only way aK Irishman can ac count, (or a Scotchman's-wit. .Ij knows all about fanners -and su too, and (ells one altc (Ms fasWon a bet'a clly-man ...wen out; Into the country among farmers. He wanted to satisfy', h natural curiosity ai hossed the as a tarm- his wile.. He.took with him n number 'of horses and a number of hehit.'llis rule lor disposing ot them was 'to give a horse lo the farmer you You'll'' tkkc "that- cuts in bay- one over "woiiH says: the with "conviction, you111 take a-hcii." a dent Hi the populaiily earned By i Quebec vUlage. ;Coatlc6ok baa rttcir- ed a setback In.Ainfcricati from which 11 tauy uever recover.. Put WilUaiu ihc Ooati- cook cooler does'iiot' harass tlie hair- strung American sensibilities nearly so much as 16' .11 con- is prtsvncc Into an jati-rrupl vy shots Ihe harvest on a flush or a Canada -on- the flag and get away xilh lii1 well -to .potni-dut -that 'our. brofhers across the nortlieni border .cau su loo-far. -Wo-are lolerant.' cd reoijlo. come over hero demanding their- iu6 aud otherwise Ueporling themselves In mi eoufiitrlc maiuicr 'yrithqtit crit- icism.' Ttoyhaye evou phVcd crtcTtei over here unmolested, i( uot in actual tul wheu" a" rfritiMr subject attempts to deiiy citizen the right to increment OT a (he of (i Great: A" real delicate Ljqucur- Scotch "light JB chafacter delectable. THE FINEST' PRODUCED. wh6 boss of the larm, and a hen to'the farmer's wife "where he found her "weatlr.g llw trousers." The city man liad given away, M lens and to reiurn home, thinking the''men'did In'that land, t'ut-h'e.visited the' hMndiedth place foe lucfc. i< "Who's boss fijre l.e-asncd. I i- ''1 rcplirrt the lafmcr. 'IGood. You cm lake your pick ol of these ;LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND COMPANY; No: matter how hard you no mattcT ;how 'tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will proV6 a certain revivifier .of lost energy satisfying. THE llETHBRIDGE BREWING r MALTING COMPANY, Limited "PTONE 554 ;