Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tins rVATiv August LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEHBER IM7 by Tfc. Lrthbrlda. M.r.ld piiiilUMiis Co., Ltd., tv.ry (IxUi StrMt, Uthbrldje, Albtrti, PMANII 12-24 W. A. BUCHANAN Mtniflno Director T. W. QUAYUt Editor JOHN TORRANCE PHONB: Adycrtlilng ClrcuUtton And Job 1252 DAILY iUMCRIM ION .3 mOttthl_ 1 by W by JWO ,1 month, by DAILY HIKALD Crou Drue MM. Jtort; J- G- Robertson ft Co Co.; anrtra Store. M I B. W. Hamilton- Plncher J. D L Druf.A Book Company. FarnJe B, Beat. I, L. DUmond .City us Co. 4 Brown, Jamleson TOS Avenue. ill C. P. R- Tralni THE WEEKLY HERALD ublfihed nverr Wednesday In or pom and conUins a summary of the news of the 'week, .local and district in advance B9c. 1 yetr in ll.H v 6 In advance The Weed Nuisance II CANNOT be-denied'that many parts of the city, the lanes and vacant spois. are festering masses of weeds. If may well be'asked where the authorities are who are supposed to look after this nuisance. For the improvement of the aspect of the city, all weeds, not only noxious ones, should be destroyed. If there is no bylaw compelling the owners of va- cant lots to keep their plots clean then it is high time there should be one. All the attention given by house- holders to their gardens and volun- tarily to the boulevards facing their Residences is lost through fhe.invas- ion at the same -by the seeds from weeds hi''-neighboring vacant Then are the spaces between th-a" sidewalk and private property 'which' it'is" the d'uty of the city to 'keep clean, instead of leaving it to owners of the..latter for their self-respecVaiid pride in their outlook tp do. It Js not "only sufficient for city authorities to beautify parks aud pub- lic boulevards, ft is their duty to see that these are not dis- figured by neighboring weed gardens. Th-e-former they certainly have done, why they should leave the Jatter undone; Altogether the city officials need waking np to their duties with regard to the nuisance. I.olhbrUlgo real estate Is hut, It in soiling sletidlly lo oul tihlei's who fully appreciate ihe'-lirishi prospects for the city. If hinder twine is as source this year as reports state, the. farmers will .be singing, "Blest, bo the tic- that binds." of blessing may vary, however. It looks us if tho renewed epidemic dismiKPal of Liboral olllce holders is merely one way in which tli'o Min- ister of the Interior Is venting his spleen for tin; slap he received in Sas- liatehewau." The measure of' the permanence of the instruction givvjn children Is not always revealed in the number of scholars passing examinations. The best teachers do not always hare the largest number-successful at the ex- aminations. The Liberal .offico holder, who took absolutely, no yaft in. electipns .is no more suro of bin job tlum .the man who got. out and .Tbtro are more Jiicu clamoring for., jobs than, there are jobs-to give, mul .the :Lib-j erals must be, turned out ou the street' to make room, for tbeui. Vx-poatmustor ut was merely purpoBo'orkoophig HIM Uuurlo'K hand 'How'' cuii' jho jirand iimuisllor tbo.vopos ;aro nil working properly unless ho gots H chance; to try thorn out occasionally. When civic matters aro bc-ing prbu- would ho a to asiTor-, tafn the limitation of ;ildormqn and t-ivio olllcials in going over ilie bend of ,ordering It looks! us if -i. roceiit'iiiiritt 6u'palil tiio' nnm who ordered H'. "_7 womeii are; protest jug guiusc' the-'liisji price of fniils this year.' .Kivideutly the grapos are sou The Jxichbridge1 lloanl of Tratlo have a littlo fault to linil iu tho same direc- tion. They have handed a lemon to tho big express corporation. And all "deaiiug in fruit of the over-ripe variety if all the nasty tilings said be true. The heimlessnoss of the. poliiica system ill Canada is evidenced by the of meu'like A. B. Macdou tld from otlice. The mere fact that i man is turned ou the streets 'with cut occupation cuts no figure with he hungry horde of office Making the System Cleaner THE BILL introduced into tb kind ttf- corrupiiou from the British elections. This is as it should be iu a body "which has earned the prcui title "6-1 "of Parliaments. Tha th-e biil will become law is almos certain, ancl- ho one will welcome- I more than.all of the House foivit will save them from a system 01 bleeding which the wealthiest among th-am will he glad to .he set free from The calls-on of Parliament are many and varied, aud he is es to. stand and deliver to the funds "or-pretty well every local insti- tution, "down- to the village cricket club.' His wife" is expected to spend liberally at every charitable ind aHogether'-ihe moral of 'all these requests-is undoubtedly had. British -members .of the House of toiAmons will: look orr the biil as neaus of. emancipation from calls on heir under the present state of'things "cannot, be denied, Ottawa is ravaged by a serious epi- ieiutc o-! iyphoid. There was an epi- lemic two years ago ami the medical icalth ofllcor, Dr. wag-made the ,oat. It looks us if the selected tor the 'Slaughter and hat an apology was due -from the ity real goats. There should be uo unnecessary de- lay in holding the police' investiga- tion, Tbe baudying- of ciuirges now heard of is doing the city no good. The feelings of-no. individual should considered..' This'is.a the public have all the rights. Probably that Investigation.into-the charges of partisanship'1' preferred .Mr. Harden has .invited Winston j'hnrchill to.'Canada to help initiate ho new naval, policy yet to lounced. .Mr, Horden .must .have abandoned his policy of a straight contribution as it would -not recrnh-o ..Mr. Churchill's presence to deciiie on a financial vote. Is Mr. Borden goiug to; steal the Laurier jtolicy of a h built and home grown -imvy, or does lie enlist Mr. services to keep the recalcitrant Nationalists'in line? A cursory glance -jit- of 'the bond" market at present would ieiui to 'the belief tliat would' be better for the city fo1 sell its-bonds at somewhat o'P a sacrifice than -to hold for a' rising1 market and jeopar- dize tbe'city'S'Ci-edit. Letbbrldge now has all the improvements necessary for a city "three times its size. more large expenditures in' sight except-for-a city hall and a-filtration plant; and these are. comparatively small compared to tbe expenditures of his year. Keep the credit good, in u year or two Lethbrldge jouds will the most favored on tbe market anywhere. A city's credit has a with "a city's good name. Here are three gbod ones Three Lots Oovnor on 7th Avo. S, (London lloacl) 1 must be sold at onco Queen Victoria sewer, and electric lights. A. snap 14th St., Eolith, fuclns cast; a splendid alte for three good houses. Cani be for TEKMS short time TERMS 7-. Freeman MacLeod Ga Dominion Block Phone 1212 One Cause of the High Cost of Living IP THERC IS YMONC s0 foolish as to imagine tint a high pro tective tariff does not help mater- ially in the -rormation of combines, and so incidentally helps to swell tne rising cost of living, he will be roused delusion by the piiblicatioji of certain facts relating to the manu- facture of starch, corn syrup and glu- cose in the Dominion. To .the Mani .toba Free Press we are indebted for the particulars which show how three factoiieb the at their mercy in the control over prices which a'high tariff allows them. Let us review- the facts and par- ticulars as they are set forth. There are in Cannda three factories engaged in the manufacture of. these commodi- ties, commodities which'mar bp class fed, as coming under the heading of ihe necessities of life. These, factor- 'ies: all situated in Ontario, one Cardinal, one at Port Credit, and at Brantforci. The two former iuantrfacture starch, glucose and com sjrup, the latter turns out starch only Altbojgn these three factories are in locations- they are practic> ,ally owned by two companies, the one Ht XJort'Credit being under different ownership However, it is slgnifi cant; that, althoqgh the- Port itftctorj is separate) its price -list is Identical .with that of the other com- pany, These may Hre protected to the extent of bl per rent ant! H per cent on 31 pei tent and 30 per; cent on im .jiorUtions and glucoaei from the Ignited States and "England. The wholesale" grocers of Canada .selling Canadian starches and coin syrups must -sell at', certain prices fixed.br the Canadian manufacturer? Should 'they fall to do ithis they are curoftvjhe selling list and cannot purchase" further supplies, for the amount of duty is such that Importa- tions from England and the United States are 'practically barred. There is however another point which .requires much consideration. and that is the -raw .materials used in the manufacture of these articles e Imported free Not a pound of the corn -uaed in the pro- cesses of these manufactures is grown in Canada, so the tariff on :these has' neither the" merit of protecting the Canadian farmer, nor adding one cent to the revenue, The uses to which these commodi- lles are put show (hat they are artic- les of necessity for the public. Starch is used "In the home for cooking and laundry, work and also extensivelv In the laundries throughout Canada. Corn syrup :i3 'generally used in every (Gananoqite Reporter) One of Brocfevillas big mercantile concerns has gone out of business. We haven't this information but the inference Is "'drawn 'iironi' a'.daily perusal ot.-tUe newspapers ,of-.-...the. from the pages The linn's announcement has disappeared during the past, A the Canadian Navy, (Montreal kness) The governpient boats oh tbe Paci- fic are inadequate to -the'task of pa- trolling these' waters too high a freeboard. Tdo-slow; with they "but" scare away the poachers, to reset their lines in another place. Thfs is one of the reasons 'why British Columbia will undoubtedly insist-on" the'nucleus of a Canadian navy being placed in her water? Speed Regulation-in Berlin (M innfpes'" Tribune) Drivers of automobiles iii Berlin, we are told, In ignoring the speed regulations ai every oppor- tunity, as many of them other places, the chief Herr -la- gow. no li- cense be granted ;to- any machine of ten horse Ihia been 'ouud suificiont. io drive at a speed of sixteen ,.miles "aii hour. The recom- mendation has been-adopted, so Ber- at least free- ol autcists who t'ear through .the streets.at a.rate that should only be alip.wed .on fixed rails in uucrowded places, re- strictions on motor, cars .are'being in- creased and of care less driving. And is that, all you want to" say Rastus7 queried the man or law at the close of thd epistle'. is sah might 'Please an' a bad As -tn'e Sunda'y-'soiiool. teacher classroom, she saw. leaving In gieit baste a little girl and her itill smaller brother. "vcu iren t go she exclaimed in auipribe. Pleathe "Midi sot to the distressed th 'thwallbwed "bitti pincott's x Practicaf Mathematics The teacher in elementary mathe- matics looked child- she said, before ou ansner vou rath or have, 'three-bags with" in each bag, cV two 'bags'with three! ipples in each hag9 E Tnree bags apples in b big a ia one of the! ast seats, Why, asked .tire .teacher. Because there s be one moie bag busi innounced the practical young Re- gister. THE COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MQRNINGSIDE Suite lllta 1-15 Sherldck Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 home. Glucose facture of caml omes in in the manu- jam and jellies. Con- the consumer ia hit by the 'duty "at all points of -the compass and all for the benefit of two com- panies employing a limited number of hinds. If any, .example is needed lq point 'obnoxious a high protected tariff ;uiay-bc, tho story of Uio manner the three factories make use of' the protection they receive is a. object lesson. OUR POINT OF VIEW LethbJidge main sireet property has bridge. And y-st no one complains changed hands' .it per fool, "with the preHcnt outlook, the figure in the lilfctor; of hclh pi ice Td like to iook at some engage- ment rinss.' E, How., many would you Weekly The Old School, The old tie. wiih" darky had asked a. young attorney tq write hiui n letter on.his .Lv'pcwvltei The .David -Belasco. .in an! interview in New. Ycrk, condemned aicertain ultra- fills tjpe lut-klly isn t nu he.said, .notoriet; To a woman of this lawyer; sai one day Yes inadam I can get ou th divorce you desire. For five hundrei dollars I can get you "a get. -it without publicity; too. 'She wrinkled her smooth, well powdered forehead ;in a Crown she bit her ,in annoyance. 'But what would it ask ed v, ith publicit) ock Tri bune. Son'g For New Party (Hartford Courunt) countn tib of "Me Sweet land! of mostly Of flic I yell Land ,to_which I am sent, Beyond -all-argument, Choose me for President Or go The Best for Summer Troubles like opium.and boon stop tho para ot Diarrhoea-und -but I hey do not remove tliuVaiisc. NYALS COMPOUND '.contains no opiates, ils 'rintfoptlc %ii.llilios rentes the from ijie lion els its healing and soothing action restores lisp bowcla'ito normal condition what Wild Strawberry Compound will do, recommend It to Book Co., Ltd. THIRD AVE. .SOUTH. Several Excellent Investments 80 Acres land, to city. Price Terms one-tenth caah, bal- ance 9 years at C per cent: We have also several choice ten 'acre plots at 5100 per aero. Terms 1-4 cash, bal- ance 3-years. 24 Lots -Jn Fain lew immedmtelj Victoria Piirk A snap at Each Eaiy Terms AVc haVe choice building aites; in parfs of the city. See. ..us. before, buying Trackage Sites Per Lot In the now C.'P. R. Subdiv- ision, north of the Overhead bridge. THE BEST BUY IN CITY PROPERTY TODAY. Wilson Skeith MONEY TO LOAN. INSURANCES Or ALL KINDS NSGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICgS Opp. Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 Here's a Shopping Tour That Needs a Man's Attention r BY. J. R..HAMILTON Former AdvertiilngMinagtr of Philadelphia We can paws most every emergency tip to our wiveB. hut once lira wliHc our wives tebel and liass it back to us. We can'allow dur'uijderwear, our hosiery, our shirts wo haven't much to" [int into them) .even, our hats to be purchased by family choice; but when It cornea to 'mir holiday supplies, we have.Vir.Dly sol to go out.and shop for them ourselves. July and August used to he two dull, montht.. They. are now. two buiy months.: The stores Hint used'to drowse through the sumiiiertlme. are all astir. Thoy are busy as-nailers preparjni for -your fiin.' .r-: _ .Therefore the'advertising In tlifs days Is most Interesting to you. -You have left ninety per cent, o! the spending to your families during the past months. ..Now ninety of the spending mint be ddncr.'by'yo'uA Andjthey are going to be the Judges of how.good a buyer .you are. 1 the advertising news in1 this paper .tcllyou wliat to buy, where to go how much to pay. The stores that advertise naturally have the best values because THEIR prices are subject to public comparison. You ilwayi'know whit you are going to pay for everything. And, right now, when yon are trying to get Ihe grwteirt jmocint of fun and health out of every dollar this is of the highest importance to you.