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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, September 20, 1913 LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD ItTAlLlSHED DECEMBER by (ht Uthbrldjt prlhtlnj Co., Ltd., evtry ful evening it IU Sixth Street, Lelhbridgt, Alberta, CanjSi. PHONE: Editorial, 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. QUAYLt ed.tcr JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: ClrcuUtlcn And Jai 1252 OAILY SUBECSIPTION RATES ;iu delivered i year, br mtll W.DO E moatbs. delivered JIM e mocths. by will J1-60 S months, delivered Ji.CO J moaths. by mall 1 mcnih, delivered Sic. 1 month, by mail 2sc. charred ts otten bat both zew must THE DAILY HEUALO FOR SALE AT an4 Red Cross Druj ikwlc Store; J. G. Rob- ertson Co.; JacXsou Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny t ililn: Hotel Cljlr Stand; Empress Buf- fet Luccb. Dlum'nd D'Arc, Medicine Hat Ajslalboli HottL D. Fersusoa. Mur- ph.r Co.; Cranbroot BooiT Company. Xevj Company. Pincher tlcCrei: Mitchell One Co........ Bros. Vincouvcr Wide World News Co.; Shop, Ms GranweH Street....... News Co. 70S River Side ivenue. Grassy Laka Hotel. .t-.Co- hen Agency. Book and News Store, IMA Stti Are. West; World News Co. Pincher Station Edward Read. St. Sens Co. Knot Kewg Co. a jtamsry of th THE WEEKLY HERALD 7-csdiT ID or gaffes, uvt or lie district 1 year In advance.....-11.00 months in advance 50c case where British phlegm will triumph, and U not be a sur-i prises if the whole Ulsler movement peters out lamely. At this stage, miy rate, it, looks as if the British (jovernmc-nl is not very much perturbed. Home Rule, or no Home Uule, every son of the Empire ctm- i not but hope that sweet reasonableness will prevail, and f.or this I British character mav be trusted. CANADA BEHIND AUS- TRALIA IN SELF GOVERNMENT (Toronto Star) Self-government is possessed far wore completely la Australia than It Is In Cantds. Id two directions par- ticularly is thui apparent. The first ARRIVING AT THE SCENE OF DUBLIN STKIKES It.h ;rue tbat In. each case, the csa- of Canada dating from 1S6T. and that of Australia from 1901 In form an Act of the Imperial pirlfntnent. And. theoretically, the confutation of.each may bo altered by the Imperial at tills date, any such, alteration, un- isss on the request of the- country concerned, Is unthinkable. But authority to make change: In the'Canadian coustilutlou must be sought, almost as a rualter of favor, from the Imperial, by Ibe Canadian, parliament. Par different la the caae Australia. Thero tho constltu- ROOM FOR MISSION WORK. THE HKCENT CASKS of depravity call attention to whal appears to be ihe lacking of agencies to counteract them. Of course it is loo much jo expect that we should have perfection so far as regards the morals of all our youthful popu- lation! But this is not the first time that youthful delinquencies have been brought U> light. This is no] a larfie_cHy and. consequently, there are more opportunities for gelling inlo contact with individuals than are offered in cities of greater size. So.far we have excellent institu- tions jn Ihe shape of the Y. M. C. A. and, the different Sunday School organizations, for bringing good influences lo bear on the young of Lclhbridge. But these do no! seeiii to reach classes .who need of more'attention morally than those who are accustomed lo attend the Y. M. C. A. and the-Sunday Schools. There is apparently much need of soine sort of an organiza- lion which will able lo get down to, and exert its wholesome influence, on Ihe class of boy that has lately figured in the police, courl. Here is room for some real mission it should engage the attention of those who are responsible for ihe morn] i uplift of Mi? cily. LEGISLATION AGAINST BONUSING. i A DESPATCH of considerable importance is that which refers is as regards the respective ability of !o feintrvduoSion of K bill in ihe legislature this session lo abolish the. bouusiiig of industries, railways, etc., by niuiiifipaH- ties. Until more particular information is received, it is not sible lo discuss the intended measure except generally. It appears necessary hi. the interests of western industries that there should be a .well-defined policy jn this mailer of bonus- ing. That is Ipsay.tiiere. ought to be'a iegiiimate'limit cjrawiras to the.extent of concessions made for the purpose of: inducing manufacturers lo locate in municipalities. At present, these are engaged in a competition, vying with one another in Ihcir mixiety to become industrial-centres, and going Uv foolish eNtrcmcs. is the matter of olVeriny inducements.1 The pulcome must-be that local conditions for the furthering of industries will be lost sight of under-the glamor of what is held forward; There will be 6 tjon may be rreely altered without re- temptation placed in of Ihosu so inclined lu seize hold of (ortnco to imperial parliament. v Ai Many of the clauses of the Ausiraliau what will he considerci a more important present asset, than anything which the futujivholds forlh in Ihe way of development for Ihe particular conceps.' 'The municipalities.will be billon. Gu to protect against themselves Ihe .Ic'gis'ltt- itire will be acting in the general ink-rest in earnestly taking up the mailer of bonusing, and limiting the powers of municipali- ties in this direction. In the present slage of industrial development in Ihe west there is not a doubt that certain concessions such as refer to water and necessary. But there'is -a.limil, confined to what is reasonable, Jq which even these'shduid go. In older cities'experience has shown that tlie exploiting of bonusing has ended in'commercial disaster. -While Ihese ex- ample shrould be sufficient to make the younger municipalities pause, nevertheless, is expedient'thai the proposed legislation should take effect. Local conditions and the ftejd for develop- ment will, without be always factors to bring iibout de- cisions for establishing factories amongst legitimate enterprises; But in wholesale bouusiiig lliere is always the danger to which we have alluded. '_- OTJR POINT OF VIEW DO NOT THRESH YOUR BARLEY TOO FINE. T in Southern making a name for itself in the British market is receul sales of the Notably amongst these is lhat made by'John Tur- ner, whose enlire crop was purchased at seven cents over the market price by a firm of British mnjslcrs.._ "The acquiring of a reputation is an important acquisition from a niarkcl point of view, and from what has been done in ,lhe present it is not loo much lo say that Southern Alberta barley set a standard in the grade. This will mean much to the 'local grower in .the matter of price and consequent profit. Tt reniains, therefore', for the farmers lo do all in their powcr'lo preserve the hall-mark which barley grown in this district ha: attained. In Ibis much care and attention will be required in turning pill in Ihe best shape the grain for which the parlicular xrondilions here are exceedingly favorable lo judge from recenl results. In (his conncclion we must draw attention to-what, if not carefully lo, will offset the present standing of Southern Albcrfa barley. refer tq the threshing of the grain. This in many cases has been done loo finely. The result being that the i cuds are laken off and Ihe thereby lending to felroy its germinating power, and commercial value. This should be carefully guarded against, and coarse threshing, allow ing of a portion of the heard to be left, insisted on. ''Y. .Grower's of barley will dp well to lake note of this. THE PHLEGMATIC BRITON. DISTINCTION to the mecurial disposition of other national! 1 tics, the character of the Briton is said lo he phlegmalic. Thi Js'a national asset, and the particular trait has gone far lo smool over diflicullics, and lo pave the way for Ihe pacific solution o many troubles... It takes a good deal to disturb the serchily o John Bull, and we have had litany occasions lo nolice this. There have been strikes whicbi looked a! from across th ivaler, have assumed, appalling dhncns.ions. There have bee fanes when it appeared as if tlie whole infernal machinery of III British Isles must come fo' a deadlock. But, somehow or othei .these haye had a way of setjliag. themselves. There has b'ec 1 in Ihe way of a panic, reasonableness has in She Ion run asserted itself. We seeing sprnething of this proverbial British alliliu ttte. way the anning of Ulster is being looked on in Englam not appear as if the nation is taking it any too scriousl 'There is fio effort made (o restrain King Carson in the progrnn is engaged in. He is eyicksnlly looked on more in the nafur knight of the rueful countenance. Evidently II gpvernnieiit 'is allowing him to tilt against windmills jiii heati'i contend Tfiere is no parlicular fuss made in Englan riead. 'Scanning press reports the silualioh in Ulster looks form! and we may Ihink thai the Hn'lish conslilution is allowii rnucn in (tic way of pcraoiial lilwrty of action. But this is The Hamilton Tigers had their Calgary namesakes served up it on the gridiron ou Saturday. Every ratepayer should make an earnest endeqyov lo pay his xes before October 31.; Help the city out by.adorning llic.ntn- ogany. Southern Alherla has grown a quantity of NV. 1 and No. 2 irley this year, yet the.markct qnolntions on esc grades. .Evidently the men-who buy on't know about the sunny south. The opposition forces at Edmonton could not go ahead with ic debate on the A. and G. W. without sending for R. B. Bennetll nd yet Mr.'.Ben'nclt- denied most strenuously last April that he as a poh'lica) issue in Alberta. He seems to inspiration nyway. Talcs of car shortage will be told on every hand from now ntil Christmas. But the farmers should remcriibcr .that they ave had an admirable fall for.threshing which makes it all the ardor for the transportation companies to keep up their, end of ic big game. Even railway companies are not superhuman. Oclober 1 is almost here. It is almost lime a few more pros- eclive commission candidates were budding out. Their time: is t hnnd. They Shouldn't leave it too long. They' have a lot of ttidying to do if they arc to satisfy all the questions inquisitive olers will ppke at them during the campaiijn. constitution aro expressed to bold food only until the Australian parlla- jheni' "provides otherwise." And Its other clauses may be amended by Ihe combined action of parliament and people In. a manner specially ed by. the Commonwealth Act. A pro- posed amendment of this kind may originate In either nouse of the Aus- tralian parliament; and if both f.ousca giro absolute majorities In favor of such an amendment, or if one house on' two occasions, separated by an Interval ot three months, glvc5 an absolute majority In favor of It, then It Is 'submitted to a vote ot the elect orate; .and If approved by a majority of'the electorate in a majority ot Ihe states, it becomes part of the const! tution. the Australian constitution Is vast Iy more democratic altogether tban that of Canada. It Is more democratic than that of tba United so, probably, than tbat of any cfhe country In the world. In this country the Senators nre appointed by the government, and they are appolntei for.llfe. In Australia they are electee ix from each state. -Vhereai in Can ada the Senators represent the pro- vince In-! adult suffrage for a term Of six years oae-bajf every year. Adul suffrage prevails 'In Australia as re garda: the election of Senators an members of House of Kepresenta tiyee alike, whereas hi Canada no wo- man may vote Ic'a parliamentary el lion' _ .the real federal form o goyerr.ment obtains much more largi Iy in Australia than it does .cere. 1 this-couritry (tie'legislative sphere o provincial legislatures Is Tery narnr U corresponds very much to that of county council in England. eve within its narrow sphere provincla laws .in Canada are subject to, th veto.of the Dominion cabinet, Yfhic also appoints, and may th various LleuUnajit-Go'verriors. Ih'pho' the principle.Jn Canada has been surrender to the Dominion 'parliamen all.but a comparatively brief scheduf of questions. Jn Australia, however, the variou slates have only granted to tho Co: rotfnwealth parliament the power' deal with certain sptclned mattei And outside these llraiU the various Btatea have pra tlcally'soreretgn [towers. State jation, ciccpt on the specllled quc tlpns referred to, Is not is provincial legislation veto o? the federal government. T' governor of each state la aDpointe by ihe crown, and the goverrjTn3-.t each state corresponds directly wli the Colonial Office. Though it may he rather early in the history cf the south .lo alk of condensed milk factories for Lcthbridge, the'idea should ol be lost sight of. in the middle of an alfalfn 'dis- ricf, unsuriiassed for dairy farming, and with the big mining entres of British Columbia providing a market praclicaHy- in- ixtiaiislihle for the products of the dairy industry, should lose no >pporlunily Id -make" the most of every proposal which.'would idvance the dairy indusiry. f W--r A photograph of Lord and Lady FJtz William landing at hey entertained a large party for the Dublin Horse Show, on their beautiful acht, the "Shemara." Lord Fltz William was formerly a South Africa and li now a member for Wakefield In the House of Commons. .ne.when (be polls ready o Vote for his opponent, J. O. Jones, candidate, and sufficient in urabera to have elected him. Also, Tihllo Steynut is lelllns the kfiistature of the .beauties of pro- jorUonal he slioaid are pointed out that ho, Maself, lipped iu in a" throE-Blded election cEt a popular majority, the labor man'jittd combtnc-d hav- og -inore votes the present ro- for Good Eyesight (Saskatoon Phoenix) .-A minister, says'that the fill skirt cracked brali.. and empty ao! That Isn't whit It Thinks Well of Lethbridge (High River Times) A large meat pachinp plant will eatablishtd in Lethlrldge. TLIs Jn-." dustry will do much la advaoce tba interests of Lothbrldgc and should put a stop to a lot o' pcsslmlEm on thy part of a large number of citizens. The city of Letbbridge.lias a bright future aud there ie-np call for thiug but optimism by its Full of (Saakalooa Phoenix) The Calgary board of trade Mates that the properly subdivided nround: the city conilortably at-' cojnmcdate people." There's optimism for What Others Think The North Optimist renclics Hie liciglif of )vien1 ancl fanlaslic opliinism when it glibly stales lhat the Dominion government, although in power for less than hyo.ycnrs, deserve.') ;he henrly thanks of (lie farmers for the millions appropriated n llicir interests. The farmers arc loo busy lo do Ihnl. They are wonderinj; who left Die gale open, so that Ihe price of wheat lias escaped. And Ihoy would sloti.d some prelly sfrong convincing as lo the truth of the slalcmenl thai (his so- called appropriation lias been in their interest. This same enlightened journal says (tail Ilia crops in the west this year cannot be attributed, lo Sir Wilfrid wisdom. If the prcscn't government hns flic audacity lo claim this dislincliuii for llself; lei it also distinguish ilsclf by slopping tlie slide In'grain prices.' up. Dr. Stewart (Edmonton Capital) Dr. Slcwsrt; or Is the firfit membev of the opi-osltion 'who had the lo Inform tlie house tbat hU, in wcurlng election waa due to the fact lhat he had lawyers In emr poll and lhal these mre assisted by the mounted Dr. Rutherford, in a recent address, pointed out that fhe prp- dirclipn of pork in Ihe province slightly in excess of (he de- mand. The fact that Uierc is 11 serious shortage in the east prob- ably accounts .for the maintenance of prices in the west. But Ibis class of stock can smash all kinds of records when il sigrH Jo decline in earnest. the liine to gcf busy; act on Ihe doc- tor's information, and protect the farmer aguinsl the possibility of a break, Hogs are in Ontario now, but lha Rlory ho should navo told Ibe whol mlcers Ihtrc were left In Hit walling Equeil Heat In Every Part of The Gurney-Oxford Oven Every woman well knows the bad results from constantly opening the oven door to move a cake to another shelf or turn a pan of biscuits.' Often the shifting.or the cold air striking in prbves utterly disastrous to her baking1. The Divided Plus on the Gurney-Oxford range equally distributes the heat to all parts of the oven which is regulated to the exact temperature re- quired by means of the Economizer. This .wonderful time-labor-and-rnoney-saTing device controls the heat of the whole range. It is worked by a small handle which moves around a series of six notches. The housewife soon learns that by moving the handle to No. 1 she has a very hot oven, to No. 3 a moderate oven, and that'; No. 6 checks the fire so as to burn scarcely any coal while she goes out shopping On her return she simply moves the handle to the number that gives the required heat and the result is prompt. Of inestimable value also is the Broiler Attach- merU and the Special Grate. But at.most delightful feature about the 1 Oxford (s Its constant bright and shining appear- i ance.f i It-has a smooth that never re- quires black lead and is thoroughly sanitary, stove experts have been work ing out woman's problem in the kitchen and the Gurney- Oxford range is the solution, t. W. GRAY 3UV5.h-St.-S. Phone 761 ;