Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
'I'lIK LCTirnUIDGF, DATLY .UKHALT) Thursday. August LETH8WDGE DAILY HERALD MTAILIIHID DICIMlih IH7 uHMifd LMhbrlda Mil-aid P.ukllihlng lawful anlnf at alxth.Strwt, LathbrH.t, Canada. 1224 W. A. NtinaaJni '.Olraelar Wi.QXMYLE Managing Idltor JOHN TORRANCl PHON1! Aa-virtlalni Circulation Dtvartmant." 1252 v C iio DAILY d .H.OO 1 bv ofcuvea. M bui new old THKiOAILY HMALD VoRltALl AT Drug Medicine Northern. eni.Hfa.tk: B. V'.prur Rtimoki. 'w Diamond'5 Wldi; TMnolior J. Mllc-iiH: jfBws cdrnpiny. 1 D. Minnaapclli-Brofrn Brown, iBroa. SlrMl. Trrug A. Book News Companr- Rlvftrflde Avenue. Ftrnli B. on all C. F- B. Trnlni THE WEEKLY of'the nnwn or the wciH.V'otal'and district ll.BU TBc. months 7a -He. Dangers of the Street ARE certain, drivers -I rJgft In. this city who are guilty 1 ol th-e reprehensible practice of tackiug tbelr liorses" on to ihe side- .-walk 'when stopping slores. "'tTlie coniefiuence of ilus is that horse occupy a -transverse position' some 18 .Eeet'across the street. A ID this position ig apt to be by 'a passing rig .or an auip- "mobile and this coBsequenlly, IDILV start the nniiual on a TUB- Tndepcndently of this there is nn V'obBtructlon caused to .irninc .by the occupied by the horae and rig, this is Curther increased by tlie I forward of the horse. As a'result of this practice what might have easily proved ;i seilous 'accl'denl happened on TUlrteeuth St.. North Ward, yesterday, particulars of -which are reported in our columiiE. proper way for ti horse end rig to is alongside Hie sidewalk. Ifi .this wily traffic is uot. interfered or uuloadins pur-, poses in ifroiit of stores the position Is just as convenient us the transverse one. In- some cities tlicre are strin- gent bylaws wifh regard to tins'man- ner of drawing up on main thorough- fares. It would be wise to have sonic -regulation In Lethlmdga. jioBSlbli1. It Isn't u pnylUR vcnlurn. Thi- Ilcsylau fly, (ho noiilior ami Uu1 cut worms iu'o mighty PHI all member" of the aiilmnl world, but they have Mia ability to undo much of im Jio.ios -fthiiU'iitluuSj 'In 'tbc crop nt [sing f "-Muclpod fair opens. todiiv mid'ly 1U will be llio biRBcat MH! .irsJ.yet held. In tlia..thi'lvhin nciphboi Mucl.Qod liaa.ft repulntion.-ro'i1 thiuRif' this, year's be no exception to the ulp. There Is no need to Import small frulta such Ay. curriiiUe from the siAte of or from Urltlsh t'oliimbln Duller, if tlm people of tho exiimplc .se't by fnrmcra p.ml garilciiers arounrt Mu- arc Mr. Uorilrn Jiis tlohig' in Londoii- Hint they as Churchill io cojue- io to- help- foTiuulnte a .lit qr'tttc scheme to ivork in a fervid brand ol" ulirii..riu- the country. Adum Link was one of the best homestead inspectors ihe West ever khoiv. He did his work faUhTiilly aiul uorfeclly, ;itul was veryhjglily regafti- ed by Uio gavennnont. U as .a friend of the hcniesioader that Mr. Link will live" the longest hi public estimation. He was belayed by every man who came tno; country juid i took up a section: beloved, 1101 only or his spiri kliulnoBB, WlKirovrr Ailiflu-Uhk lio wna Qd.ii.icd and rcmioclcd. It, Isn't 'good nowg 10 iJirbllBl. nn iioiiiici'iiiG.ita llmi inori? Jail net uvodatlou Is 1'wi'ulrott tn Alberta, bu II la OHO-of the of u rftpii li.crcfiBO In.populntiou. tho llion saiHls of. Ht'Hltrs Uioro Is suru 'to In a few luiiidi-c-d who nplihor cure fo work nor iionoGl jninsults.' While cheaper frclsliL ralos wouli do mudi 'io bring about con I on led ness umoug tlie mnnors of the west It wouldn't provide a wider nmrKe uor fliisura comiiPlUIou. 'Tho fuvmorb wnnl bolli chcnjior Tatcs'aml. a wi" ninrltct nml Ihey arc not iiskli.g n whit too much. Those ine.ulipr? of the Alberta aii( Kr.Fiorn UrlMsli Columbia Prcfes A clnllon who nKoiuk-d. tlio coiivonllcii ai JS'Plson say lhat "pi-ess" was ihe right word csuclly to Moscfibe ILe llmi time -tliL-y had. TUey had lo I.TOBS .conl.uuoi.sly lo keep v nil .Hie cntcrlahimeiit.-provided them by their hosts. Hon. MT. Mcl.t-nn Is iniiking' a success of his scheme io luivo prlBOn- urn at the provincial nenllcnMarj build romla. II solves a big problem and makes men do useful and honest toll who ol.vcrv.-jse would not "do'It The ..ID hcop of prisonci'6 is ituite a tax on .ihc.sLatc mid the scheniaa in- united liy .11 r. .McLean are de- sigucil to relie.ve the stale of a .cou- sldernble portion of the. loss. What a Boss (Winnipeg Tribune) CiOvcrnor Wilson repnd- ales the term ag "npplied" to limgelf." When neltefl the' ilistinctjon "petwcen ;i leader nrifl li boss, he said: A boss runs the jiurty .for his per- oual use." Xew Mere- Substantial Siar) Onln-rlo Is lilted for stock- A Needed Organization SOME LITTLE TIME. AGO there was R movement mntle In Ibis v_f city for the formation of fHcrae Rc-unlon organlziitidn on the -.-'plan followed, in Calsary, other cities. The matter, hoTv- i'erer, for some reason or other does '.i net appear to have ripened, although its appeal to some of our influ- citizens. That there is need of.such ap. ar- in Lethbridge is apparent, -and. only yesterday there was a vlBlt- 'or at one of the local banks 10 apply >Tor an advance io bring out bis wife .end family from ihe old country. The' -i.mao is a homesteader in the near -vicinity Tvilh 120 acres of wheat in together with several acres oC oais. He will be ,iu a position to jmake'gcod in time any advance, but was'a. nmter which tlie 'could not-deal with, and could only ;.'reler the applicant to a home .union organization if there was one in. the .city. However, there does not appear .to be any such. This is not u solitary case, "but there are others living in .the city who are In the same situation, atkl are'ngt lu a position to hand out a largs sum of money for bringing their wives and children over. They can manage ;th'e same by on instal- ment system or by being given the opportunity to save. This in their, circumstances they cannot do, for a goodly .-portion oE their earnings bus to be sent away for the support of the absent wife and family. The idea of a borne re-union organ-1 Izatlon IB not altogether altruistic; it: has its business aspect. It performs! a double benefit, helping in the build lug up of homes, nnd GO also in keep- ing- and causing to be spent In the which would otherwise go out. The matter should not be allow- ed to die. Jit should be energetically taken up, an organization -formed, and publicity given as to y.rhere applicants nising, dairying and polaiots. Come to think or destiny LliaH'Orinluc snares, Big IntereBts'-Short Sighted TUe that nothing will rtjsult Trom-the-3recewcd dedara- llnc of In of freer and- Vidar1 markets. Foolisli tlie sjgns of, the times, before thlsj. Dut geiiiv- ally happened In the long run. IVCSL Dot make a per a Joke' Father to be Considered The me and the world is yours. Capitalist's impos sible, because father qwus half of it now. Telling Him .Caller (cu the doorstep) "Is the lady of the house Housemaid ('who has just received month's 'notice) "The mistress is In, but she's World. Poarson'a A" Real Meat Baby. Small DrjHSie had taken "m to sec her for tho first. time. "How like asked paps.: .replied "I am get- tins tired of 'sawdust dolls and I'm glud lait." we've got a real nieaL one at An Historic Trail (Spoliesmari Review) Utah's hoy scouts have been march- ing over Moirmqn. trail nnd their porformrince uaa" awakened-'be- lated interest that historic liigb- >vay of empire. H Is intimately K-ed with the; winning :of, the west since IS-1T, wlvou -the Mormons reach- Entente Cordiale An Appropriate Testimonial see .somebody has' suggested erecting a" statue'to rubber said Whittleberry.-, G.ummitlon. "I from the general behaviour of .tires it'll -biisl.1.'. _" ..The Danger Little .Alice had b-eon warned many time and often by her mother, that it was unsanitary and dangerous loj PHASE in Imperial rela- tioDB has been opened up by ihe visit of Mr. Borden lo .Paris, and the welcome reception ten- '.dered him Lhere. It is not only the 'formation in spirit, .of a new entente r'cordiale between Canada ami Frnj.ce but It is an acquiescence in and an l.'ncceplnnce by the former of a illplo- aiTaugemenL which not, only effects Great Britain, but tJie Empire at large. It ia HH if the eldest son la Jiiaklng the ncfjiminfancii of the friend the fHmily, nml showing his appre- -elation of the same. What la good -tfreal Britain Is good for Canada, and opportunity given for the same teiido to the connecting -of the family tie, m that what IE to Interest of the parent IB conceded ,-'ito lie equally so for t.lie Visits of the representatives of the (Dominion to :i Mendly power cannot I hut tend to tlie strengthening and en- Barging of a friendship which dljjlo- JinmlBts of the [j'nlled Kingdom ami the French republic Jiave thought [to be good for tlie interest and wcl- of the two conntricH. As the of Canada happily visit ivas the precursor of an corfllale not between, Ihe re- and Great Brllaln alone, bul Vf It and'the DriUBh Km pi re In In dwelling on the-visit of Mr. Bpr- den to Paris .there cannot hut come a thought how different such would have been .hid-history recorded an- other tale. .Canada is more Identified Iii British relations with France than, any other-of the Overseas Dominions, and we are. reminded o[ thig by the presence amongst ua of units of our natlanallLy who call themselves FreDch-Cnnadlans- But Ihe loyalty is Btlll British loyally, ami -the 'friend- ship to Franca IE not entirely one of Eentlment, but because in giving it we we arc sharing In Uie Imperial feeling. At least, this is how. It 'should .be rend and rightly read; Great Uritali.. has had more blows with France than wllh any other na- tion, and Ihe last important time In which their armies met was side by eids in a common cause In the Cri- mea. Improvements in the relations between rhc two nations have con- tinued to Increase. "PerMdc as used Dy the French, has now come (o be regttrdeil as expression of the past. The friendship of the two nations goes towarila preserving ihe peace of Ihe M'orld, and In cooperat- ing -towards the saniu, when she has a voice In ihp affairs of the world, ns rcfcTrod to by ihe French Prime Jfln- (Bier, Cannda will form or.vi of :i trio. SalL the national cohsti-tullon with the'espanaion of American democracy. All fol-ow the lead "bT'l lief "scouts in starting a movement io '-mark jhe Alormon road and liiitoric ..landmark. Bourasta Blamewtirthy (Toronto. Saturday; Night) The Nationalist "leader InrtJier- asserts that, the Engllah-Hpenklng r.'co-ple of Canada regard.' French-Cauad-ians as ignornnt.ancl ffinatical. Now, If Jlr. Bourassa really In tQitrh with Ontario and tho other, of Canada" he would know that regard Uic majority o-? (bo- Inhabitants of province of Quebec 'in nil bnUrely different light. .They' look 'upon Iliem aa Industrious, kindly, good who are not, getting a- fair flhaw'in this young country bocatise their eatlers, clerical and political, sCcm .to think that they should be Tediiccd to the intellectual status o[ This Impression has 'been glea'nert from the c'euBiis returns, show a percentage, at illiteracy in the province of Quebec, astonishing, ami even distressing, to .wleh Canada develop Into great and- cohesive nation. other pooijle's towels .and brushes One day caught lathering- her .'iace with jiapi's ahavlngtpbnia.li. WUtii reprimanded she inquired anxiously. "What'll 1 caich, mama? Whiak'eral "WUo was R that was "so sorel> aff asked tie, Sunday schpo teacher. replied the boy, prompt -Y.' "Why, no; it was "Well, I know Job was; -but so Tffas Samfion." "Why, how was Samson affllcLod, "His wife cut his the George Ade, Oliver I-Ieri'ord and several others were -once .swapping stories, having for theii' basis the n-abllity of the Briton to an American joke. The party laughed heartily ai several ot th'c tales, when a which chanced to be present, offered ibis .obvious remark: "Well, you can an Englishman.'.' "Of -cnurse you nan.V said "but It doean't do any good." Denver is'ewa. B Now is Your Opportunity to save 20 per cent, on all Summer and Sporting Goods TT it m rirnnitol Woi 11. OUR POINT OF VIEW Another week or Ion Uftys ot lllo gioi-ious nnd l wlll.be iblo to ,give .John Esn., Hie merry-ha Hn. This is a but for lyccds nnd ;lhs neparlment of Agrlcullure should lappollil, cxtrn mon nnd lake spRclnl ot oxtQrmln.illng-.Ihe nuisance. If rumors nrc York Is nol the only cily In Ihe conitlry where uacl loll .for Ihe protecllon of vir.c. IL in.only when llilpvcs Iftll out. .Hint. Ihe jiuhllc set Lhc fads. Every QOnril of Tratle In (lie ponlh in ngrcctl Ltlnl Ihcre" ahoulil he mi- other land lilies ofllcc, anil nearly nil ire agreed Ilial la Hie placi; lo locate U. The Herald dqfsin.lr presmiie lo ICRrli frirmerg Iioiv'1 io''fai'ni, hill it [lira r.lnim llial every aeiiaible farmer lensoni goods.- Tennis Kucquol's nnd S Mxprcss Wagons, Poll C'nlis. iind O All Reduced 20 pei1 cent in prit-e for (his week Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH f'i PHONE ESS are Three Lots Corner- on 7th Avo. S, (London Road) bo sold at In. Queen'.. Victoria Park, water, seiwer, nnd electric J4th St., South, faclnc a milQUtHd nUc tor, tlireo good liouses. Cait bo Imd tor snap nt 'short 'time TEHM3 Freeman MacLeod Co, Dominion Block Phone 1212 3Tw, THE COMPANY and OWNERS OF Suite llltorl 15 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phonejl291 Several Excellent Investments 80 Acres Clioice i to city. land, cloie Terms one-tenth cash, bal- nncc 9-'years at fi per cent. We have also several choice tesi aero plots at per acre.- -.Terms 1-4 cnsli, bal- ancc 3 years. Lots in.mcdifll.ely south.of Queen Victoria Park .A.' snap v Each t i Terms .Wo have choice building sHoV In parts of the city. buying.- Trackage Sites Per Lot C. P. H. Subdlv- lilon, north of the Ovefhend bridge. THE BEST BUY IN CITY PROPERTY TODAY Wilson Skeith .MONEY. JO LOAN. ...INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTjATEp WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Ci P. R. Agents Phone 1343 About Taking A Holiday BY. HAMILTON Former Advertltlng Manigtr o( Phtlndelphli This ii vacation tfmc. Every man'wlfl have a few days of fun. Most of us will si-ay away long as we dare. And now we have to prepare for that oUtlng. So the question ii how can we make of our time and of our money? There arc, trunkc and to' be bought; there arc dresses and shoos and cloth.es (or ourselves and the fimlly, Tro mthe clly to the country or fronV-the country to the city. i to tike this holiday; they know by experience what the Mrandravrf (n them.