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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJIE LETtrnRTivr.T: r> ATTW n TTKAIVD Monrtay. 'Aiigiist 5, IM2 J O1RIDGE DAJLY HERALD iB Co., Ltd., liwftil All.rtl, W. A. BUCHANAN Dlrwwr T. W. QUAYLK Idltor JOHN .TOHftANCC J3.09 awntht. by iron AT Atc. L- our Co. World The Jamtoson News C. P. ItY HIRALD- The Tariff and the Stock THEKB IS ONE ASPECT of the National Policy: which possibly many people-have not ed. It is ins opportunity given to.en- able certain companies to use the means of protection for paying divi- dends on watered, stock. It Jc the public which- has in a large measure 1 to foot the bill in the matter of ihe payments df-'iatereat on water-logged capital, and therefore the matter is one of "public concern, Francis A, Carman, in the Toronto Saturday NigM, .gives some important j'light on this subject. There he shows (that out of fifteen companies floated the last half year and receiv ing tariff favors, nine show 25 per] cent; of -water. These companies pro-' cent; ot watert- (luc-e -the following articles: building .tiles, knitted goods, car- riages', sleighs, motor ears, .stores, lawn, mowers; axes, parts of locomo- tives, forcings, and flour. The pro- tection received to secure them from ;the chief Jcompetitiou which comes from tho-United- States, rung on the atioilt 25 .per cent. "The ;total issue of the nine coin pinies formed for the manufacture of iva's of which was, paid and the remaind er. J6S5.000. water. In return for this stock-issued not a dbljar treasury of the com- a-dollar was invested in .the 'the companies, and 25 per ceni. -protection is given them to dividends on stock containing 22 per 'POINT OF VIEW' ('nil It Gait (Im-dong after this. U in alliterntlvp ami Tim circus hasjconie and gone. The threshing gang is next in order, "Aviation elivlmp anolheij victim." .Newspaper mlitors nro iieglnnlnp to Know tills us a stereotyped phrase, I'mU-rtakers lu .New Ypvk'.are (o raise iht'lr prices. Soon the nig! cost of living will'vie the cost of dying.- Tho. be bettor .thai expected. That- is' kind.'wo like to have. Only Forty? live jier, cent, of Grade Kight .candidates hi. Alberta passed their .examinations. ,'Tuo ex Hminers seemed to be. "expert in pull Ing got In tlic dismissal'of. Howard Doug' it is saldclnat. won out Senator, ilidugheed. First thing we R, tt. will "be trying to fiVe the Senator out" of his cabinet job. v.; It" the investigation: present police scandal' is'to be ot any use H must be an .-investigation; -before judge. No local factions' should he allowed to pull t lie strings under anv circumstances.- The are too grave for any slipshod examination. II. A. he wns a partisan but --that -was not suftlcieiit for the party bad to appoint our'friend Laurie to investi- gate and ascertain whether Jlr. Driggs was .telliug the itruth. The Tories won't believe.a Grit, even when hey 10 admits a partisan, I bere. "H.'H.-Benhptffl perorations are a Mo. npfloais fo A nigh typo ot politics Ihen h goes into his'otllce and beheads Toi IPS. The latust lo tho axe Is A. 1 MttcdonaUl, seventy years of age nu Inoffensive num. Tlio'Tory groe for olllce IB of the lowest typo. The weed ins, jeior Is getting uft-e the grouiM's of noxious woods In.tli town nf the !oca! lii spceiors could not'do something d make thoso with vacant lots cut 'thi weeds, noxious or Tliej ttrfe a disgrace to the .city..and mighty pood background for the Hue boulevards. The shrewd investor is boginmn, to realize that .properiy lit il'.o vtcin ity of Henderson I'iirk will always Viilimble, Tho city lias made such bower of beauty bui of Gait Gardens this year that tho-citiwns are safe-Mi assuming Hciulerson Pitrlc soon "be just as pleasant. -They are cutting fiftx' down at Win- nifred. Ireland- seems to hare noth- ing on in (lax growing Jmlustry. What is .nc.vv, is some jndus.try which will the [lax. straw. It is ton Valuable, and takes too much from soil be allowed to go up in smoke like ofcttn- straw." A big party of Lords'and Knights, jankers and brokers, will invHuVSou- hern Alberta this This.'IK he sort of uoWIUy.-the- -Board v.of Trade should entertain. They all lave money and. are -Investing Canada. Show .and hey will place some ot their 'funds An Empire Olympic Team rpHE SE.VTI.MBNTtaround.the Un X" ion Jack, the flag of the Empire .has been sometimes used foi jnirpuses un'fforthy of iis best tni ditlons. These occasions tend to cheapen the-estlmate in which i-t i held. Unless the 'motives are ptirel; laudable, and. free from any suspicion of personal interest, tend more to tbe dignity of the Union Jack TO ilmit tbe appeal to It. With this in mind we heartily, ap- plaud, the suggestion of Sir Cohan '-JDoyle to bare an'Empire team for competition' at th-e next Olympic Barnes to-be held in Berlin. This will Include'representation from tbe Unit- ed kingdom, the Dominions, .and the Dependencies, and every point made would be scored for tbe Union Jack. Such a team would mean a co-opera- tion in preserving the tradition, of the prowess of.brawn ami muscle, so long identified with-the-British race. The tendency would be to extecd the field of wholesome rivalry, and to accentu' ate the spirit of .Imperial unity. Each striving io do his best for the particular portion of the Empire he represents, will also hrve before him the praiseworthy endeavor to" add if the most points in keeping, ihe union Jack atop of the flags in the field of International athletics British did not together bold, the position they have come'to'bo naturally credited with at the..last Olympic games. H is'time, therefore, that they should let about preparation's for making a better Showing .Berlin next year. Follow Irig tbe. lines .of Sir Conan Doyle's Klea .ill help .miloh In this Old England, th-e cradle of manly sport, hss bad a setback to its pride in ..this-respect at tbe recent Olympic gahies. "and1 it is good for, England that, once'in a while, it should be so. It means-the awakening and reviving of the" old "spif Lt and shows up fal- lacy ot Testing on its oars in the de- ceptive belief of an aaaumed super- is not ashamed to-own ,to ,tbis and is seeking to make amends'for .present failure. Nor has Canada occasion Cor feel- ing paHIcu'Iarly proud in the exploits of her representatives. She together with the'Empire hava to set about in an endeavor to ;eep up the prestige 'of the Anglo- Saxon-race in" the field of sports that beat make a man, when'called upon icxt time to do so. 'Others Only Contribute'as a Partner (Vancouver .Sunset) Despatches to indicate that Premier Borden" will come back to Canada with a'plan for a-contribution either in cash or ships to the Imper- ial navy. "do will expect id-find couple'd with It an invitation to sit in" the councils oi the Bmpire aud-b'e given a voice, in its affairs and especially In these which-have to-do wtth-the mak- mt ot entiuj. of In o bei words Canada, if sh-a ,is to beco'me a partner in the imperial .navy, must become i partner in me akt-s the navy necessary 'As a member of the Empire Canada j is fully prepared-to accept her share Oi responsibility.., maintenance and defence. Such a responsibility" cannot be'limited merely to c'oniribu- tions-to the-navy.---The statement of Hon. J. D. Hazen that 'if'Canada to participate in. a. perniauent naval pol icy she must be adequately represent- the imperial councils will nieet approval of the country, is, in faet.'the only basis upon wli the people of Canada conseai to 'contribution. Contribution without "a'rich represen- tation' would reduce1 Cana'da' to a mere condition of vassalage, and it would be a serious'compromise of the'prln ciple o{ Canadian autonom; Not a Silent Partner; jn> portion of the Overseas Dominions. should be cxpecl- ed (o take part a de- ciding Therefore, the represent rpHE problem oi CanJda is J. receiving a serious consideration from the interest given to it ihrodgfr'tbe visit "of Vrcmier Borrfen nnd his colleagues, to Great Britain. While not tying himself to anv par- ticular policy, Me. Bortea nai 'Jicallv admitted Canada's share of responsibility in Imperial defence. People have come to think that some- thing is going to be done, and that something on a hig vhich might ippeared Lo highwaymen and pickpockets, in the proceeds of.gambling ery vile, viol-en t fb'rm of crime Tammany takes a "toll.-'" In return, through its control" of the police, it protects the- keepers of rowdy houses; the: thugs and 'the gamblers. Tammany poli- tics its lowest l.t is nurtured in .cor- ruption and produces .tliat upon which it feeds, prostituting tW ihe law and the'rsby settius: it naught. The horrible" 'condition of- York's civic government should, .be'an example, to-all'dtlier communities; and a warning to throttle, the- monster- of machine politics i when it first, shows iis slimy ffTust Tokc_' (Vancouver Saturday Sunset) politits in ork has at last produced a murder A gambler who paid tribute Tammany police captain amounting to entj per cent of his profits on his pro tectors and he was " "death1 on a brigbtly-lighte'd 'street In full view of five of New York's Tammany "fin- and the murderers are now open- ly walking the'streets and. are-well knoun 10 the police effoit made by the five policemen to apprehend...the Th'e i t IL. district attorney of Kew York openly thai Canada, or for the aml bltterh accused the police of do ;an Imperial, Coun- cil is -essential. This is not only per- ceived' by themselves, but is acknowledged as just the rcpre sentatives of the British government. ,The establishment of'siich a council i ing nothing New York is the most horrible ex- ample of crooked'politics1 in the world. Whether Republicin, or Democrat re Torm or administrations been in Iwwer Tammany hag alwajs dominated 11 a political machine with an tion that takes account m every voter in Ne-sv York city. controls by mul- titiKlinoug aiid devious .methods of tnbution in or monej on the pact of Canada should mean a par licipation by the Dominion in. Imper- ial affairs. Canada is no longer to will do much in binding and strength-1 civic government oi the cit> ,iud it emng JJie >rfmpne In meeting makes a business of -maRing money out of pol tiri H ('Drives graft which is divided among from all sorts of crime. ,It shares in the .profit's of. prostitution, in the loot of threaten oph'onc part 01 the 1 mpiru as common to tha whole council ilso "tend mughj to the general peace o( the 'I wish to said tiie urfde, ughfih about flour sou lip started for, purely political rea- toiis experience shows. It is not in might be inonj strough aroused than in other pgriion, reasons that mqv Ifcrc rt-piesentatucs on liny remaining parts mav M coolness I be uw presenting the Fjin pirc being inlq, war Al'to- it to SPC Lan- ada arousing herspH and taking in in? Jho qXie-Hion' The ilciirc to be'f'd in ml Council gioulb of i greater interest in Imperial problems which the Dominion lias eofnc to sen concern itself as much as the whole The Best for Summer Troubles Operates like opium .and stdp tbb JiaifS oft Diarrhoea and .Dysentery, but they do npt ;rcmovc the cause. NYAL8 WILD STRAWBERRY'COMPOUND conlains no opiates, hut hy its antiseptic -the- pomonous deposits Crom the bowels Hi helling and soothing action'restores Ihonowels to R normal condition, We know what Nyali Wild Strawberry Compound will do. and -that is why we ko cheerfully recorriAttrld'U tovyb'O.' Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. PHONE.555. THIRD'AVE. SOUTH. i Here are three good ones f Three Lots Corner on 7th Queen 14th St., South, facing S, (London lloiid) sold at sowor, and electric siilenuld site for three sood hounM. Cm be had (or snap short tinio Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE -j, i Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 1291 Several Excellent Investments i 80 Sites Choice irrigated land, l lo city. ot'Qiieen Victoria Park snap at Per Lot; Terms one-tenth, cash, the nen r p R Subdiv ision north of fre Overhead ance 9 yeara at C> per cent. We have also several ten at .J100. choice BEST' BUY IN CITY acre. Terms 1-4 cash, lUM-ln'-ill-imrta of the ance 3 us i PROPERTY, TODAY Wilson Skeith MONEY.TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra C P. R. Phone 1343 Here's a Shopping Tour That Needs a Man's Attention BY. 0. H. HAMILTON Formtr Advertillng Manjgef of Philadelphia We can inss mot omeigenc% up to our pass it back to us can illow oin much 16-put Into them) even our he pur our holldav supplies have iiraply got tp go out July .md August used to be dull moiuht that used to drowse through the summertime .arc .your fun, Theiefore the advertTtmg in (his paper these nlnoli per cent of the spending to vour Inmllles of the spending mint be done by you. And Ihe; wives, but once in a while 9111- and our hosiery, ovir-shirts haVen't chnsed_by fnmily but .when It coines to and' for them ourselves. They, are now two buiyv months., The .stores all astir. ,They are b.uiy-.u nailers prepjujris far' days is most interesting to you. You have left during the past months.. Now. ninety, ptr .are going to be the judges of how buyer The advertising nws In this paper will tellyou what to bu: pi> Ihe stores that tdvrrtue have the best where to go and how piv e sores bcrause TIIFIR prices are subject to public comparison Ion always Know vou aie going lo pav pverylblng And light ncW vUicn sou ire tiling to gel the airount of fun heilth out of every (Wllir this is of the highest Importance to you. ;