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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirniiIDGE DAILY LETHBilDGE DAILY HERALD bf L.thbrtdg. Herald Publlihlnj Co., Ltd., iv.ry lawful It Its' oftlo., Sixth Stroll. AlS.rta, Canada, A. W. aUAYLI Managing TORHANCaT AM Uflneaa DAILY C tim'rftiihsi 1 KM 1 year, ty t H-JJ 1 mouth., b 'jij; 1 month, null 11 1 aHi-m...! okjuv awlred, but both new muflt W THE -DAILY H.CHAL0 Medicine L. M. Northmm. File's L. jj_ w (rumens' Diamond Plnoii.r E. at Wwtlake (th DrUt Jtiriecon News, Corapans Co Rlvorstd. Pwcy Seal. Alia o.n all C. R. .WEEKLY HERALD Published averj' In eight or mor. paffcs, contains i "immary of tho news of'tha week, locfil and district I in aflvannft ........11.59 i months In advance ......7Gc. tenths In .......60c. ay. August OUR POINT 'OF VIEW Why not lot tho prisoners dig tele- phono post holes winter. You know In this neck of tho woods. l-ftlibridge is Jns't' as -rightly en- titled to ho a grain Inspection centro us .Mooso Jaw. Tho Board of Tra. should convince the government o milt fuel without much trouble. Tho Calgary -Herald Is going erect n ten storey building. That's mistake. It will-giro-the public th impression that tho newspaper DUB ness pays; lion. Archie McLean is in a quan dary as to what the prisoners at th jail should do during the winlei mouths. Hero's a cliauce for a lot o people to get busy and make sugscs lions. Unanimity of exists that Lethbridge is tbo proper -point for a land titles office in the south. Tho Cnriuangoy Sun says It. is tho logical ocatlon. Will tho government please ieep that in mind. SOON thero will come into force a bt law making the license for circuses coming into the 'city. In taking this step Lethhrldge 'will be adopting an ordinance which j 'Holds good in Saskatoon. The raising of the amount qf.: the license, inciden- tally means that in all likelihood Leth- 1 feridge will be cut down to the visit of one circus a year. J .In this connection, curiously en- ough, the suggestion made by -Chief of Police Gillespie some two or more years ago regarding the advisability of allowing only one circus a year come into practical being'. The juggestlon waz referred to and the reasons given for the same were com- anented on at that time by the Ed- monton Saturday News "which fell in line with the Idea. The objections to too many circuses aro pretty well The Circus License known, and It is an industry like the Lethbridge ron Works that LethbrM-e should en- ourage. It and tier s a splendid field-for it in this pa f tile Tho Compauy's plan expansion should' he encourage every legitimate way by the Cit ouncll. Let us help the Industrie e have. When the government lets a goo man.leave thero is always'a big cor Iteration prepared to'pick him up an, pay Jiim more'than the govermnen did. Instance the case of Dr. Huthei ford. Canada will never retain the Let us-llml a scim'hhiK iii- 'I'llfy. A mm- and again is a good thing and proves to xomi! men that (hoy arc not as (aultlrss as they imagine.' The. Mayor should direct the recep- tion lo their Hoyal Highnesses on the occasion of- their visit hero In October. They are coining on an official visit to (ho city, and the entire, arrange- ments for the reception should bo In the hands of the City Council. .Mat- ters of this kind arc without the range of the Hoard of Trade... The City Council repWsents all the people; and the Governor-General is coming lo visit all the people, and his reception ihoulil be in (he hands of the repre- sentatives o-; all ilk- people.- Here are three and puts the red tape system into th. waste basket to these the Saturday News playfully added that in curtail- services of its best men until Ing circus visits the citizens, or at t2hes the civil service'out of politics least the .male members, would be saved from'themselves, or more pro perly. from the depredations made on their'pockets by their sons, daughters, R B Bennet', h. C M P in and sweethearts capac-j speec'1 at Saskatoon during the re ity for.this particular form of elections in Saskatchewan told the electors that if, they did not turn .a Conservative the G. T. P. rail road would not enter their city Tho ainmenr Is apparently It would he-foolish to bar circuses altogether. The new bylaw would not effect this entirely. Rather would it .mean the advent of the best which would have to be the best to prove a commercial success, in view of the amount to% be .paid for the. .privilege of would eliminate the and make the desirable more 'welcome when it pays its nesrt annuiil visit. One'clrcus a year, and that the host, is what the 'bylaw aims at. and in this it will fulfli a useful purpose. 'ko th-a ordinary individual tho .C. H. has Its faults ami its good [loiiits 'ho latter are showing up 'well iheao ays more particularly In the Natural :psources DepnTtment where the ort seems to be to do something ev- day that will be helpful to the irmsr. The best move "so far has eeti the of Dr. Rullier- ord to the staff. He will be director 'animal husbandry. He knows .as uch as any man In the continent about live stock and he should -be i jtreat factor in promoting mixed farm- Ing in the prairie provinces. lion. Rodolpbe Lemieux sizes Henri Bourassa up as a hobbyist. He says: "But Bourassa always lias a hobb.v. The other day this hobby'' was the Nationalist party; later on, at the time of'the Encharistip Congress, he- dreamt of a Cath- olic centre of which he would be the chief figure. Today it is ail-, nexation, tomorrow _ something' else, according to his vagaries.- He must be in the limelight. He- does not know what heing con- sistent means. And Mr. Lemicux seems to be rijlit in his description Three Lots Corner on 7th S, (London Road) must be sold at Qupon Victoim Paik, sewer, and electjL ic Hth st South ficlng east; a uplondld site for. three' kraort hoiisea. Caa bo had for' snap short time TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 Bun very well, says that A Good Idea IN OFFERING AWARDS for the beet juvenile exhibits in the Dry- Farming the Board or Control does well in stirring interest end encouraging the pursuit of 'agri- culture amongst the young. In this 'way it ij helping in the solution of a problem which is a vexed queetjon in 'certain centres of population, namelj j that of Keeping the sons of the soil 'to the land, and go preventing con- I gestion by the exodus -Bhich is liking place. into citiei .It is true that so far as Lethbridge i Is concerned the problem is not yet I acute. But it is the future with which we are concerned, and not only for J ourseh es but for other parts of the Dominion which'a rapidly increasing population must In time effect, pro v ided the npcpaaary steps are not tak en to prev ent the same. have be us the experience of older conn- I'trios 'in which, somewhat late in the ''day th-a cry of "Back to the land" is (made to remedy existing evils such as the high cost of living and unemploy- ment caused by excessive competi- tion. In these older countries there Is the idea prevalent that the tilling'and cultivation of the soil is an ignoble' .jmrsuit compared with occupations in cities. Farmers' sons are abandoning pursuits of their fathers, and aro, endeavoring to take up what are con- sidered genteel vocations. In Great Britain the press has up the cause, and is advocating strong !y the" necessity of those born on the farm continuing their labors there, instead ot swelling ranks of the unemployed In the cities. Some lime back to encourage the same the Daily -Mill offered, in the shape of a prize a amall farm which was to be held bj the recipient for three years, and if he good In last time .it was to become his own. It was carefui in the selection of .the person, and fron tihie to time published the results o showing that by industri and intelligence he made it more than' so far as he and his family were concerned. Carmangay R. B. will have to change his political tactics if he 'ever hypes to go into English politics. They don't stand for that kind of politics home. It will do good iE the entire police is overhauled ind t a thorough iniestigation V lot of rumors have been flying about latclv and il thci -ire true it Mould -ippr-ir as though we .-had similar practices followed in this city as in New York. The Progiessive partj m the Unit d States is i dtstiuulj bird party It lias no relation to the Republican party. .of Montana, makes it clear: 'Colonel iioosevelt is no longi er a Republican. He is a pro- gressne He'jijs resigned from the Republican Club of New York. I his ib not i Re paity boneier progrtsane put} is not i Roc-seveH asset It aui one has that idea in.his mind, let him get it out Colonel Roose fit has meielv been diafted as a temporary- leader. at Qthers In. country measure which depends in agriculture it well that nothing should be lost sight of to encourage the young in keeping to that particular industry. Ennoblin the pursuit of the agriculturist is on way of doing it, and no less the awakening of interest in agricu tu'ral pursuits towards which th offering of such prizes must act as i stimulant. Bourassa, Once More N THE various speeches made by L the Prime Minister of Canada at the different gatherings at -which he was welcomed he-took occasion to j allude to the loyalty of the French. 1 Canadians. The number of times he I emphasized' this feeling most think that the P-ramler was pro- testing too much, and an opportunity Mr. Bourassn writes of "a dangerous solidarity fratween those coming from a non-British race an1 the country of their and proceeds as follows: "French-Canadians are being asked today to strengthen the English flee to increase the funds of the Im afforded to the ultra-suspicious to draw tho invariable deduction. We, ade one al- in order to crush Ger- many for France's profit. But if the tables were turned tomorrow not Canadian citizens coming Germany be Justified in their "king. -that the Canadian people would from turn in Z '-rder same. In the light of the recent utterances Bf Henri Bourassa In Le Devoir there was, without doubt, good reason for .the protestations on the part of the Premier, in order to disabuse an lm: prtEslon which might 'be formed by Identifying the opinions of Mr. Dour HESft-irlth that of French-Canadians In general. Tho navy Question Is n ye'rl table bugbear to the Nntlcnallst, and ho Is seeking, in a way peculiar to tlmseir. to (sr as lie can, anything of good which may he the fclitcome of the responsibility eipress- pd by Mr. Borden with regard to Can- ada's share In Imperial defence. Mr. Bourassa not only brings tor- an argument worthy only of (himself but. In so many words, Im- plies that French-Canadians are a nan- pritlsh race. We do not think tho Ijnajorlly of French-Canadians will be prepared to accept'-this designation. to aid a nailed England and Germany to complete the work of 1870." It would be preposterous to imagine that after teing for so many vears identified with British rule, and'with generations born under the liritish that the sentiment of present-day French-Oanadlans conld be anvthlne but British. But it is ever the way with demagogues, o-f -whom Henri BoiiraBsa Is a_ sample, to cause racia up buried strife by stirring prejudices, lie has hit upon'a n'ove" and ingenious method of reasoning for aiding him la Jill pet aversion. With such as Bourassa, en- deavoring t0 sow the seed of dissen- sion, not a great deal can he hoped 'or. tho ideal of a united Canada, -lappily, he Is coming'to he regarded as what he Is, a selfish politician play. Ing; for. notoriety. When that esti- mate of him is accepted, he wllj receive jhls onletus In the lethal chamber of public opinion. j The Price ef Success (Daih Belleville Ontario) The exparionce of the Mercantile v.'orld shons that ninety the per cent cut of a bundredfmen Tail" in commer cial pursuits Success is only attain ed by long continued effort in one d rection. The average business is hard ly mastered short of twenty jears sfruggle, in report and in had report, through 'panics: and commer- cial upheavals and failures and chan- ges in condition. There's Room For Doubt (Hamilton .Herald) If there is good ground for the otaioment that lose Talaiann nho died a -fen j eai-s ago at 1 mpan Ico IStijears old this it, the most remarkable case of longer ity in liod ern times The modern record has hitherto been that of Thomas Parr, an rnghiliman who died in 103o at the reputed age of 15." I believe Snamnhurst is unhealthj Since we have lucd out there nife can scajcelj speak above a whisper. Do jou I could find a house there1' Rough on fleggy was talking about you before you came in. Whatrdo you su; pose Bite said? Peillj I havent jn idea guess That s just what she did say The Secret. is the secret of sue cess in business? Selling the people! vbat they wanf not exactly; edu-j atirg them into wanting the tnings on have to sell. Joke A'.Hint don't approve of tips. has been noticed that you do not even tip-your: does: that candidate on he suffragette ticket get so many ores? addresses eighty- ear-old constituents as. "Girls." Clever Willie There s something in this young ter I HKe s-iid the Msitbr who was trotting four-year-old .Willie .on his knees. Willie looked at the'visitor fiueerly for a moment, then exclaimed: "Say, who told you swallowed -a At Two O'clock in the Morning The Jolly Fellow- (to the. man above, who has been dragged from Ills bed by the wids ringing of bis front door "Qne'pf. your win- flows, is wide open." Mr. Dressing aw-' 'ully, old man. Which one is The Jolly one you lave your head out of. Now is Your Opportunity to save 2Q per cent, on all Summer and Sporting Goods Croquet Sots., E.ise Bnll and Football .Racquets and Supplies Express Wagons, 'Boys' Volooipidos, 'DolL Cabs and All Reduced 20 per cent in price for this week only. Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. THIfin AVCUIIC THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 655 COMPANY state and Investments OWNERS OF NINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BinMing P.O, Box 1979 Phone 12131 Several Excellent Investments 80 Acres Choice irrigated to city. Price land, close 24 Lots one-tenth cash, bal- ance 9 years at fi per cent. We have also several choice ten acre plots at J100 per fere. Terms 1-4 -.casli; Bal- ance 3 years. In Fairview; immediately spilth of Qiieen Victoria Park A snap at Each Easy Terms "We haio choice building sites .in all pnrlu of tho city. See us before ouylng Trackage Sites Per Lot In the new C. P. R.'Subdiv- ision, north of the Overhead bridge. THE BEST BUY IN CITY PROPERTY TODAY Wilson Skeith MONEY TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE Opp. Alexandra Hotel C.P. R. Agents INSURANCE OFFICES Phone 1343 About Taking A Holiday BY. 1. B. HAMILTON Former Advertising Minajer of Wanamikcr's Ph iladclphli. vacation time, long ax-we dare. And now we have to prepare for that outihfl. of our time and of our Every man will have a few days of fun. Most of us will siay away as So the question is how can we make the moat There are trunks and bags to be bouaht; there are dresses and shoe, and clothes gsnerally olty'.0 y' ar' mlhc lhe country or from All good merchants arc expecting you to take this holiday; they know by experience what the demands will be and they are prepared to meet them. tne So you can trut: entirely to the advertisers In till, paper noi but to supply them.at the lowest prices.and with the best of sei 't only to aupply all your demanda, j .1. of a piece. The aood advertisers are always the belt "orekeepors the best aoverlisers. That Is why you usually find that the best values and the beet service go together. The man who doesn't advertise is -hardly to1 be considered. His prooresi th. t gait. rhy you too slow for ,thls i advtrtlflng pages ;