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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y. August THE .LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Many Shrewd 0 Proyertu For inside residential of subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Choice Residential Sites 8 lots in Alexander Addition, well located, on water, 5300 each 1-3 cash, balance G and 12 months. MONEY TO LOAN FIRE AND LIFfi INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 PHONE 636 Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modern." 'house, with or-without furniture; close in, The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1-125. Our specialty is furnishing labor for Railroad Contractors and Companies. AH kinds ot help fyrnished on short notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. T. H. Stagg Co. Employment Agency t HEAD OFFICE: 323 FIFTH STREET LETHBRIDGE NIGHT PHONE.1404 _ OFFICE PHONE 1327 We always'hiVvc a few buigams in Katiu and City Property. Hotels are paying propositions in the v For sale, one, price gii.-ufUil.cccl li- cense. Terms' -1-3 cash, balance easy. SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Money to Loan Room :I2, Hiill Block, Lethbridgc, Phono 768. Room Building, Salt Lake City, ._ Raymond Alia., Phone-5. For Quick Sale First-class grocery located. Price actual cost ot stock and fixtures. Good terms, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 721 .'-p. L. KIMBALL, Manajef Watch This Space For a Bill of Particulars. It is going to in- terest you folks, right here in Lethbridge, Ftrm Lund O. T, LATHROP Stafford Block DO NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home Fully modern .seven roomed house, full sized cement; floor basement; newly finished. This house Is situated on Seventh Avenue South'; and is within five blocks of the business centre of tho city. PHICE YOUR OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSUUAXCE Kca! Estate BUILDING, A Good Corner 2 lots on Avater, sewer and lisiht, 1-3 cash, balanco G and 12 months, interest, at B per cent. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Make big Effort to get Grain Inspector Board of Trade Will put up Active Campaign ail Organizations Rates to Lethbridge Duke I.' Lethbridge is not made a grain Inspection point with a grain Inspec or located here, It will not be an fault of the Board of Trade. The., are going after tbo new board of grair commissioners with this end In view and will use every leverage to bring about the establishment, of Leth bridge as the grain inspection centre of Southern Alberta. The matter was brought up at las night's of, the executive 01 the board by the reading of the com -municntion from Secretary Cauipbel of the grain commission, stating that hat body would sit time n August. G. W. Green: Immcdiately outlined a plan whereby Lethbridge s to impress the commissioners with he absolute need 6r a grain inspec- ion point here. "We must get the endorsation of every board of trade; and every agri- cultural society in every town In Southern Alberta that la interested in the Brain he sahl. "Then "we must get the co-operation of the United Farmers of Alberta through their oftice-rs and also through their local unions ill this district. And we must have all, these factions repre- sented here 'by a large delegation, j and force on the commissioners fact that a grain inspector is needed here, and needed here -badly... "But that will not be enough. We must also )-ave prepared a statement shoving Ihe amount of grain handled through'Lethbridge centre each fall, so that the members of tile commis- sion may actually'see that a grain inspector here would have plenty of work to do to keep him busy." "Just what good is a grain inspector going to do to Southern' was asked M-r. Green. The establishment of a grain in- spection .point here is just going to mean three weeks to of grain, whether he ship one car or a dozen.. Instead of waiting for three weeks till his grain reaches Winni- peg, he will be able to have it graded here, and on the grain Inspector's re- many of' the. towns of the south if Loihbrldge does net get a land titles office soon. Letters were reax: last night from Barons, Stirling, Ray mond and Cardston'boards of trade endorsing the light Lelhbridge is mak- ing for the .establishment of a land titles office In the south, and advocat- ing Loth-bridge as the proper location for such an oflice. A. H. McKeown Is now visiting the towns west of Lelh- bridge soliciting their support in the campaign for the establishment of a registry Oflice for the south, and re- porte are that he is meeting with un- qualified success, so that he will come back armed with such: a mass o? pro- tests against the present state of affairs and- petitions for a land oflice lere that the provincial government will not be able to do otherwise than to grant .the request' of the solid south. Ratss to Lethbridge J. Bruce Walker, commissioner mmlgration at Winnipeg, and J. S Dennis, of the natural r-esources de jartment of the C. P. 'It., are fightin( t out .oyerthe question of refusal o he railway company to quote set lers' rates from Spokane lo Leth ridge, whereas such rates are iiuot d to Calgary, making it appear as hough Lethbridge being discrim nated against. The matter was brought up some time ago on the re celpt by the board of trade of a com- munication stating-.tiiat immigration agent for the Dominion government, Mr. Grieve.'at Spokane had refused to quote rate lo Lethbridge from that point. Mr. Grieve replied that no such rates were in effect. the immigra- tion officials show, that tho settlers' rate to Letubridgb is just the same as English Smokers Got This Cigarette Case Similar Gift Is Now Offered You port he can go to the bank and raise money on his shipment, whereas the way matters- are. now be can get an advance from the bank of only fifty cents per bushel, as he does not know whether the ear will grade. No. .1 or 'eed. It can therefore be seen that the location of an inspector here vould be a great monetary gain to the district. At tho meeting it 'was stated that Calgary had been established as a grain "inspection point several year's ago, un-d that Lethbridge had aided their application. It now turns out, however, that more wheat is shipped through Lethbridge each year than and that is consider- the authorities on both sides of the question are busy trying to adjust the matter and- it is likely that Lethbridge will shortly receive justice In the matter.; No further arrangements for the1 en-' -trtainraent of the Duke ffl Connaught ind hlii parly i 1 heir here on October 9 have beer? made as yet. the board bad the mat- However, the 'president -last night stated that ter in hand wait upon the city council next Tuesday -with de- tailed :plans for the en- tertainment. The affa'ir.'is to be very elaborate, and an effort is being made to have the Board of Control have tha' lighting system proposed for the Lvy You of Canada who smoke "Black Cat" Cigarettes: know from experience that here a Virginia cigarette without equal. And because you realize you tre loyal to the want to make you the same gift as we did your English cousins. At a cost of many thousands of dollars, we a beautiful cigarette case as this gift exquisite souvenir of the Coronation of their majesties, King' George and Queen Mary. This case carries the portraits of gracious rulers emblazoned in colours, ami inset. Its sentiment really puts it beyond! price. Our gilt is to our loyal men who appreciate the worth of a produrt -ol British industry and British capital. Thp "Black Cat" is forever a stranger to foreign enterprise. The name of the alone is sufficient guarantee of this factj "Carrwas" has a century old reputation! for integrity. It stands for the bert -inj tobacco the world over. When " Ke (bit the Kili.4 bud iroW Jjch picket i! unbroken. In every pecket yos. will find one Coroniion Ciferette Kie theie, ind when you have iccunulited 50, mail Uwm to below. Your ajirette OH will sou by return poll. Addreu: EARRERAS I MA.RCIANUS OF. CANADA, Limited KSStUwn Black Cat for 10 Cents THE PEOPLES' FORUM Farming Congress week erected H.'a visit. When the farmers' e.vcurslqns ed a gcod bridge's claim. When moving by the western route the am- ount of wheat which would he in- spected here wiuld be increased many times over, ma.king it more than ever necessary that the commissioners ;rant the application. -They All Favor Lethbridge to Lethbridge to visit, the Experimental farm were here some tlinc.ago, no ar- rangements were made to .have the excursionists spend a couple of hours! in .tile city. This was- considered a mistake, and the secretary, will com o Utfc- wheat begins wilh Hon. Duncan to arranse that a11 excurmon Marshall s ,to the farm in future shiill'spend n couple of hours in the city before leaving... G..W. Green is still working on the matter of clieaper electric pc'iver for manufacturers, and hopes to be to make some agreement with' the jity electric depariment wherebyvsur- COMES BACK AT ORANGEMAN Editor Lethbridge Herald: Sir do not to keep up j controversy of this kind in the col- umns of your valuable paper, but as our Orangoman friend, tha learned histonan, has grosslj mis-stated the case, J would appreciate it very much if you allow me1 this considera-' tion, .and thanking you very kindly for the privilege, I shall once -more express my sentiments. In the first instance, I am a Christian, .have al- ways-been a Christian and have ever professed the Christian faith.1.- I am HOME RULE NOT PO'ME RULE Editor Lethbrldg-a; Herald Sir spare in jour paper to consider a few statements made by jour Orange co-rchpondent it is a positive fact that rrearlj all the lush members of Parliament desire Home rule for li eland, and tho pres- ent government, which Is stnctlj Pro tes'tant.Ms pledged to. It is strange to hear you correspondent question the lojalty o Irishmen, when .we all know tliat-tii Irish vote has practically decided th fate of all .measures of reform's-In recent years. -When .Mr.: Balfour. the bill in parliament -conferring M.-JT rttt i avui- t-eiiiuiiuye UJLJ- tiiuciliu UtipiUUHBUL-Wnere It is not going to bo the fault of j plus power will be sold at cost. a Protestant I am free flora re- voluntarj schools a piopflrtion of th ligions bisotij Om learned histor j due I0 eduution, it Pro ian has chosen William HI as his testanl influence which Induced them idol on grounds that uould have made to for the bill Again when Mr that erim wnrnoi who was so In- Birrel Introduced his hill for the sup different to of religious creeds, port o' the borrd schools it was Pro- COAST STEAMER IN BLAZE EiireJia, Cal., Aug. 2. Dripping and the Point Arena last night.Tire broke out in the engine room, as oil way hcing moved from one fuel tank to anoth- -ci- and. the flames went up -the ven- tilating shafts to staterooms on the upper deck. After holes had been chopped port stateroom walls, smile In the second instance, I neier save the Orango Older ciedlt for shaping one's cieed except, per- haps, .111 Or.mgemens creed 01 poll tics What I did im was the) seek to shape men s politics or cieed I haic neiei believed that thei nero lestnnt influence which led them to ieicct the bill, ami it passed. You made them masters of the situation, 5011 compelled them to decide the most momentous question of the and yet question their toy. ally Strange' They sit and pass blazing oil and the. failure.1'through the f her wireless to'work, the Merch- Ivratcr into thc it's Steamship company's vessel. F. tOOm "PRIVILEGES" CUT OFF New the action taken by the Pennsylvania Railroad in prohibiting the sale of liquor on dining cars while passing through the slate of Now Jersey, thc.Lackawanna railroad officials today sent out word Kilhurn was saved from dcstruc- on last night by the heroism of her Two girls were among the vo hundred passengers, narrowly es- pcrf suffocation. They were rescued Chief Engineer dough and Sid- 'y Asliton, stewartl. strong enough lo change one Catholic judgment upon matteie connected vole or convert one Catholic to the I with state and empire, and yet they Prol'slant faith. Histolj tells us that i are not able to manage (heir own do- people peisecuted bpfoie mestic affairs Talk of persecution. Catholics as well as Protestants were tortured in parts of'the'world both befoi-3 and after 1650. Women and Mr Lloj d George ulter'ances with regard to the-introduction: of-the so called reformation are too rreah in 4U..V. uiucii niiu caneu reiormiu'on are too rreflfl in children slam, men were broken' the minds of men to repetition, on the wheels of torture or boiled in Tis statements threir livid light upon oil. Poor old mothers with the sihoi the methods of reformers, in th'.ir hair were burned at the slake Ing ion the nobility of Ehgland had as witches nml not hv Oathnlirs .hut bv the general plunder. No r..M rauroHo omciais loflav sent out word Ihe Mlbun, arrived here from San be Francisco this afternoon under her sold on the cars of their road in Nei own stean.. While 25 miles south of Jersey. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Kciil Kstntc A- Fiiiiinciiil Hndiom PHONE HOi. HM, 1210, 1007. as witches and not by by .men who professed the Protestant faith, and these things were-done in the name of the Christian religion, King, James II. had nothing on i-tenry VIM. or Oliver Cromwell; both of these blear-eyed villains were Pro- testants and both were blots upon'the huma.i nee The b-est word anj o! us tan saj sbcut those old people j of Baltimoie was eloquent for the who loiod to kill and torture, is that oils- o-f American Independence the they are dead anrt gone, that religion French-Canadians remained firm ill Is not the religion of todav I be-1 their riteglance to the Brltiih throne, lieva that the truer and nobler con- j They made It possible for yonr cor ceptlon of the Christian religion is i espon-lent lo earn a Ihlng in this that II a ot and Mot of countrj, and ne nss tne imrraaencfl to bate Ue are living undei one of the question the lojalty of Catholics. Catholics, he'd important por- tions in tile councils of state, BO that the bogey raised by the of the letter on Home rule, which he terma Rome rule, exists onlj in his own brain Why have Spam and Portu- gal and Italj rebelled against tha Church of Rome? Because they have not Spain is as Catholic today she was True, the Italian gov- ernment has been at loggeilieads.wlth the head of the Catholic chmch sines the spoliation of the papal but the geople are just as Catholic ai ever There are a. few who wish to see Italy a Republic But thay aitt the same to Italv as Orangemen to the thfone of England They tro'uM put any usurper on the'throne with- out the slightest compunction. Portu- gal is now showing an activity for monarchial cause, having had of the freebooters who siezed relng of government in that country. Yours truly, WM BATES. RECTOR UNIVERSITY Berlin, Aug Count Wolf Von laudiaim has'been elected Berlin linnersity He is noted ag'in Old Testament scholar and writer, and ia a nephen of Count Wolf Hein- rlch Von BaudiiElu, famoui a> ranslator of Shakespeare Catholic could -Have case for '-the' cause of Cathellclam.'.-1 would ask jour correspondent who made it possible' for to re main fi British possession? I 'answer the French-Canadians; When' the. sol- diers were hammering at the walls of the in of Baltimoie was elociuenl for the DOMINION BLOCK. greatest an-d most prosperous coun tries of world today, and we in Canada are enjoying all the'comforts of borne rule and "wherever, you find a British colony'having home rule there you-'will find a colony that is loyal to the Brillsh Every true loyal sou of Englund will infc-rm you lhat honVo rule never' has or never will mean Romo rule in any colony limlcr the British flag. Yours truly, Jlome Hule for Ireland. When (he Irish obtain Home rule It will no more Interfere with that loyalty due to tho British Sovereign than will the man in the moon Inter- fere with til-? orbit of this planet. The King Knows perfectly well that Catholics are loyal to bis person be. cause he continually decorates them with titles and Lord Acton, a Catholic, received liis title for his contribution to literature aiul history.' I Tho Marquis of Unite, the Earl' of I Hipon and the of Norfolk, all FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid Lots 6th Ave. S. (Court- ianil St.) close to cor- ner. each 1-3 .cash, balance 1 and 2 years. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Laml Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St.. ;