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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Aupisi THE DAILY HERALD All :Our 'Meats are fresh killed 1 You are. (rjercfore sure of ten- ttot-'tlcUclOUe'iheittB w' eu you buy. liLM-e. Come In today and .try them. Lethbridge Meat Market .M.URPHY, .PROP. Theatre, Phone 635 Iron; Works Company Seek (Continued from, Iruut Growllr to 'of TrYm Co., incorporated TH city, aljout eight year's" ago, and is back- almost cxcliisiVL'ly by locral capi- '.lal. Sidci! its crccLion (he plant hetc gruvvu steadily until now it is of-1 lie largest industries in the -Trade is "consulting the city council over riisposilion uf the industrial sites, ani nt the r'tgUlar'nice ting of Hie counci I Tuesday tlic whole matter rom nqt'tibl-c impression Julias.-" been j made by the report' lhat .Kiamil IJa- slia has' joined" the Turkish cabinet. I Though more than eighty years old, he. is ivonderfub' active, a true pro Eressiv.e'-jincL a'statesman oE console uoiig ability- encouraged, that peace with Italy wll 'op- blundering" along, jn-, a hopelessly slipshod way, ivhich tends' "1b" make Austta.lia an object of.deri-' sion to her smarter competitor, Can- ada. The representatives of: '.the' various stales have spent great ey on pamphlets, lectures and other' forms of advertisement, but; KJIVB. cfTectivc provision. -101 .ship- L pfhg the ciiliEL'ants 10' territory provide whai arc officially Uf XOKTII Now thai- the IranaconltiiciiLal rail- way1 lo connect-Perth with Melbourne find .Sydney is well under way, aiion- ,lion is once..more lining dircclcd lo the-kiiidrcd scheme for the constnic- tiou of a-line across tbc continent Irom norlh'to south. 'Tills is no nnw hut the urgent necessity for tlje opening up of the vast northern lecrUofy. has now brought it well wHliiu region ot poli- tics. Uiirbrtunately its realization is likely; to (involve a good deal of inicr- state. jfcalbiisyi Qucenstaiul anil New South want the extension- of Hie existing iVarwiii to Pine Creek linn to run in a southeasterly direction, through UIG pastprairacrcs of Queensland, straight to '.Sydney. But South'Australia has Iy "constructed a narrow gauge Adelaide, 700 miles north, to .which- the northern territory was OodnadaUa, and by tlic agreement with lie1, f (Moral government, under to federal administra- tion, South' Australia claims that tho. lortli-sbiith line ihiist be built from Jarwin to Qodnadattn. Minister" for External Vffairs, in whose department tlie Nio'r- tjic.rn "Territory is controlled, now ad- vances .yet a third possible route lo Hpl'icli ijie. north-eastern border of wheic much good lainl is waiting to be opened up. ..WHITE AUSTRALIA U- appears to he generally recog- nized .that, through communication be- tween np.rlli and south is an indis pcnsiible preliminary to- the while 'settlement of the Northern Territory. .The Federal government, is pledged to spare no effort to test the "White Australia" policy, and there is not much doubt tliat" aij bvcciand railway} .would reiuoye. most. .01 .th'- objections TV-Inch "white men-today have to tak- ing their, families to the almost emp- ty north.. .For this reason alone it is contended the' scheme cannot be much longer, delayed, Tho new land ordinances for the "Nearly emigrants-left discussed. Lin inaMt llic whole matter on a work- nhlc basis which .will give the of Trade something tangible, to oiici ;to prospective irxkisfcrial concerns. PROF. JACKSON "ELECTED "TUTOR AT OIDSBURY Hai.Been- in Victoria, Tor onto, For Three YeirV London, George. Jack Univeraitj-, Toronto, waa elected tutor in pastoral tucolofiy at .Didsbiiry, Colloge, Man Hav. Dr. Jackson 'was appointed jirofesHor In Victoria University in .Juiie, 1309, and Hfis attained distinc- tion as an exponent of highor critf- clsm. JliH views led to A sharp nnd (prolonged controveray with Rev. Dr- Meth- oclist cliureh.. Previous to his collegiale appoint- .nient -Prof. JnchBon-waB u'anLor 'of'llic filicrbcuriie street 'Mathodi.Bt church, Toronto. >Ic is a native of Eng., nnd began his paatoml work on dith- er Cl'rcilH, LancQElllre. Tha following year lie moved to Edlnburgli, wtare for eighteen years ho had chnrge n( the principal mission church In the city., lie Is the author of a number of ivldely-nuoled theological works. Prevents Sleeplessness Premier Borden Says Canaaa (Continued from front rears gives grouiuMot ings.'hul those'fwho 'know trr and even those who have travel- led it, but a few weeks and caught a glimpse oi Llie mstvclous the Canadian agree that although her progress -has been mar- marvelous 'ns -lo'attract not, only on the attention of .the whole empire, but' of the whole would. Ji, lias heen none ;too': great considering her LCSOUUCBK. Scliaoihbiisc" Always There :e ]-eali7e that-the-'greatest of nny dominion or nation within this- empire cannof-.hc.founded securely on purely-material considerations-..ind T would .Jiko'to remind you lhat. even n that portion of Canada where rie- ,'elopmcnt has been most rapid, in .western provinces, the most con- picuoiis building in _ any liltlO'.woaL- :rn town is the schoolhouse. "The empire presents many proh- sma which can only -he solved by inin for this country-lost year .this year, according lo tlic calculation's, the figures could easily be douhletU'if Australia; were in earnest about it1; described as the most'elastic and lib- j eral'-lanil laws uvcr devisctl. The Min- iatrr for .External "Affairs states, tor instance, ,that the government do not purpose charging any icnli .Cor agri- cullurai and mixed farming leases for t U.'appeirs lhat ,tcn about modalion is not available ior mted ,leasea m" be P'Ck'ed OLt lereufc pans'of the territory j which will be deemed .pioneering 'leans. These will be granted on the under- standing that no rent'is to be charg- ed for the lifetime oE the person to :whom the lease is granted, with a minimum of twenty-one .years. BRKKDIXfi- HORSES Lord Ucnman, the Gqvcrnor-GcnoL- al, himseU in a ptojcct or more Lbaii local value and nne many Australians .have [ong IrecogniKed as of vast breeding of army Over and at sliip-. ping companies arc not willing make arrangements for coping witli volume ofpassen'sci'' tralfic because-they know the abtttiuic of ihc.. Labor -parly to-; wards i'm nil grail on, nnd they tbat any day-a new government may icversc the Immigrarion policy of'its state. And this is not im unnatural' misgiving.-..... CEASB-ASSISTAXCE "There -is England and persistent rumor -in in Western AustraHa llmt the Scaddan government .Intends, to cease.-assisting immigration' as soon as thc'cuncnt shipping contracts expire; and even il tlval tniroi: lie unfoundod, still it undoubtedly re- flects the known.temper of the .Labor party towards immigration. ever, the 'Labor'" 'party remains power probably be official liospitality, veiled, indeed, nnd none the less deadly to ininiigin- Jon, because that ".party has nevpr icon cured of the ancient delusion that the wealth of a country is'a'fix- ed fiusintity and the greater the num- )cr. oi; months to "consume it the smaller the share of each individual consumer" -f Following the example of the Fed- eral House oi Representatives, who.'a eat.-stalcsiiiansliip.'.Thc.meanii .of ,nr .two ter-communication between the her country and ihem- the 'most- .tromi- fiiit; confilderation.- We Inivc come :pm-.ouc cpneider mca- ires of co-operation by which 'the nth cicross the seus is so absoliituly sseritial, not only t-o the well-oting it to the vcry< existence of this cm-. re shaM'be secured at all times vn- er all circumstances.. I fan nly say hope mote than ihai, believe, that the missions my tol- :ngucs and myself have undertaken i that regard will not be devoid of (suits and trust that these ..usulls iay he, of advantage not, only lo 'anada and tbc Mother Countiy Imt dc- every one of the Dominions. We Canadians arc somcliircs cribud as too optimistic. H in .a ood thiiiR and I trust we slnll 1- iiy.s preserve that spirit, nnd if the to ou. your cinuiul supply yi he J. L. Mithlftii Co.. Sliorbrookfi; F. I.. box pwiyuld on rtcefyt ccasion arises we arc prepared linrc any .surplus of it with ,bcr rioniinions of the Mr. then proposed-the heal 111 substantial increase dT salarv, the New .South Wales Labor government 'have, brought forward a bill to raise the remuneration of members of Hie State- -Legislative Assembly from' to S2500 "per annum. The nW siirc also provides a special nnce of 11250 for the leader of the oppo.silion. On a motion to go into committee on the proposal to Intro- duce tlic hill, Mr. Wiulc, leader 'of the opposition, said he considered" it must unfair that tbc House should j be asked to accept without any dis- cushion such a highly contcnLUius measure II Parliament its hand into the dipped ovcr again il, has been pointed out that .the. northern tabl'cMands oE the the-Gulf of arc ideal regions [or .horse breeding, and that Darwin li a natural outlet for an oversea trade .with India for .army remounts. Speaking ai a big agricultural- lAow tlie o'tbcr day, Lord IJenman. pointed out thalr not only bad. the Indian re- mount: market to be provided for, but under, the nrv Commonwealth defence .scheme double the number of hoiKes would be required for the light horse rcgimcnls and for artillery and trans- port .in tlic near future. He there- fore thought that nreqders, in their own .interests as well as on patriotic Lnrn their aHenlion lo llic -improvement of this particu- lar class of stock. It is now staled that army horst breeding in tbc north will probably soon begin in real earnest. j The Barclay Vahlc-lands country is a region upon -jvhich the energetic new i administrator of the Northern I toryhas prompUy fixed his at ten-! tion, ami under his encouragement bif; paatitral are being! startrri- One of the leaders of an ex- i pedifcion that snt fourteen montbs I j Ago on a travelling inspection of this f country has just returned to the J describes the climate as i perfect, wgth regular and bountiful rains. Rich abound. chest and took- the amount proposed .Tho expedition was dcspncchrri to J lrcas-urjr I select, Mies for new wells on the i j without a word of Approval or .au- thority from its const inents it would lie doing wrong and would be rnlsui- iiig its powers. l-hat meni- licr.s wrvp Riitltleri lo a larger salnrv, Parliamvnl lud no right lo make tins sto of Lord StniLhcoiiit, paying a warm Iriliutc lo his long of .service to v oclt routes, and to ascertain ivlie-i port could be made rradily in (be Gulf of Cnrpcntaria for Ihc east-j tern Ublp-land. The expedition passed; through acres of green men-- tlow land, which is rcac'lind sixty miles from Horroloola, a lilllc town-' empire, j without roiusullnilon with the people "P C 1 for whom members were working the Monsft. Thr 'lie [imposed raid upon Ihe was introduced i vok-s to M and read a ffrSt The .snrond reading, wjiirh. was proditfMlM-animated f The cbntract for extending the nrrsenlypier Pori .has M. J. Hognii. U will cos( OPENING OF SMITH'S New 5, 20 and 25 cent Store, Cpaldale Block, 309, 5th St. South Monday. Aug. 5th w AT 930 O'CLOCK Someone Gets This Beautiful Clock FREE All are requested to give their and address during the flrat week of opening, the number oppoitte your name may be the one that will decide gelc the clock. f Below Are A Few of Our Specials Children's Dresses Ribbed.Pants Percile. in pink and' while, blue anU red with .white stripes and figures; yoke trimmed wllh- embroidery and novelty braids; pearl buttons, deep hem ai bottom o[ Extra fine bleached yarn, superior -finish; 3 in, msr- cerized lace trimming, French band with draw, strings and buttons, covered seams Ladies' Ribbed Vests .Good clean yarn, wide shoulder 'simps'; crocheted neck nnd.arm holes; 'shell stitched hot- "Wide lace yoke; crocheted stitch arm holes; taped neck und arm holes, ed skirt. Children's Muslin _ Drawers With continuous tape sides, .aide .openings, .'frilled seams, deep bands, ruffled' hemmed edge bottoms, for :20c Ladies' Hosiery A. Tuat blank- aenniless Hale finish; per pair Fim ssaralesE. rib top, fHst Waclr, fine lisle finish; double spliced heel and toe, loue 1 clastic rib (ops......... -l-JL. Toilet Paper Guaranteed to be free from injurious soluble in water.' Has no superior for health and safety. Per roll 5c Gent's Hosiery Brown and knit, extra strong double heel and toe. clastic rib top M" Fasi black, seamless, .clastic. rlb.tope spliced heel and toe, lisle finish Fancy .stripes etc., Isle.finish, full seamlcBS i per.pnh Corset Covers Good Quality nmalin; plai3 aLyle. with fancy oveistltched shell trlm- iind circular neck.............J-'Jt. Ties A new and beautiful variety of light, med- ium and dark shades, checked and -i striped silks Band CJub and -bat ivlng shield wind sor ties. 15e. .to 25c. Gent's Collars Extra fine quality lin- en finish; heavyMnter- UnJne; .well hnttoii holes and finely laundrled EYE GLASSES, .ikcleton rimless eyeB'aB9cs no charge lor f U-tlng TOILET SOAPS, all kinds and odors, 2 for 5 cents to WRITING PAPER, PER BOX WRITING TABLETS, BLANK BOOKS FANCY WORK BASKETS 5c to liOc 15c. SHEET. the "latest 25c-to 75c 15cV- to 25c' for CANDIES, jier pouiul Complete assortments and varieties of GRANITE WARE TINWARE HARDWARE WIREWARE GLASSWARE QUEEN'S WARE CHINA WARE CROCKERY STATIONERY PRY GOODS NOTIONS .NOVELTIES TOYS JEWELRY ANQ TOILET ARTICLES. CANDIES Our slorn i.s smajl Ihcvofovc' il 'is impossible lo display everything if you. do not .sec articles you wish, inquire for. them. This'si.oro will ho run on n cask basis, thereby giving you the bent-fit of pricses. Remember the place is 309 5th Si. S. at 9.30 o'clock MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5th j See Our Windows For Display ;