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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tnepflay. August 13. t HERALD iitTABLIIHID DICBN1IR 6y Th. L.lhHrlilte M.r.lJ PUUIihlni Co., L ,t H, riflo., Vethbrldn, AlH.rti, W. A. IUCHANAN MinijUM' Dlnettr W. QUAYLE THE OAILY HIKM.B FOR AT c fitolllton- Plncher S D Li Drm Company Farnl. 8. E. W Or.nbr.ok e Atcmnioa D.imond Ottl ..r. G-W.rl4 s Company 4th- Strnet. The Jarnteson News 7 Avenue. all C. P. B. OUR POINTVOF VIEW and and l- breaking and spelling, .Southern Al- berta is n industry, no one seems to Iw very badly bushels of Liiln lium last vt ir s irop But iiitth tint MiiJilied llntMiai, is the boast of the lanuers in that rich district. More western optimism. The officials ol I he new rural inuni- upilitus tiose to Moose law ui atler the holders of subdivisions in tint citv tint h a peculiar thing. cost tin- loss of some slcr-p Romo- .i The I'. It. un- covered noUiiiiji sensational..Of course dcduid tin n nal quaiUiU di idcnd, hut that is getting to be the old, old btorv The l.'uhed going lo allo States, government is cities to .work coal .mines on a royalty Lethbridge's success has spread abroad. basis, in this 1 ikeh brrg :A MOMH IN I-Uc, for stealing a ten themes leias Wa feolili j. '-back to "the criin- InaF sentences which nerc a Kindred iears ago In England it vas customar% in those, dais to have rhen hanged tor sheep-stealins. and there were- many other crimes treated as capital offences wisdom anil justice ot later placed in a different clacs The sentiment regard to toe punishment of crime has chang-ed, and changed in these liter dijs Sentences are meted out not so much as punishment for emus, Horn moral standards as (or safeguarding the in- terests of. society. It is not the act- so much 'which is taken into consid- eration but its consequences to the well-being of the 'community. So far, as tne moralm of the proceeding is concerned we have been accustomed to hear that a man who steals a pin OTiUi is the man slcals Justice and Justice -This is. no doubt, true .when -viewing the acts froa' a moi-al standpoint the moral code'is broRen In either case. But in inetius out punishment1 (be consideration tti modern Judges his been is to what extent the pir ticular crime effected society-in gen- eral. Hence in offences Ivhere the effects are far-reaching, and -the re- petition of vvhith would tend to the deiuoi ilization Qf the couinmnm we nine nbaf, are as exemplar} sentences The'magistrate at Jtedicine Hat in tile case referred to has ih-tlie sen- tence meted-out to the. offender set up his own moral standard, which is contrary to.all the ethics of justice. Justice in this case appears to "be guilty of injustice. That the offender in the case required some sort of pun- ishment is apparent but t month i imprisonment looks uncommonlj too Instances like ippear to urge the necessity of a code. But we have, been accustomed so much to the fairness and comrumi- mse of those appointed to mete out Another schooner struck savs a report. They have .a down at Warner that .only lloat-, around during the baseball season. It w-as submerged licro though one day last week. J. S. editor of'the Tnr- jnlu Nivvs siv1! that the Linpue Intiin Ins in I niiJid i ins tlirmigh the golden -west it is to understand how tile eastern editoi gained that impiession Superintendent Reid li> an optu lii ind is noms; to ill up mill's to ve it. ii-nced lie. Western-optim- rninauinirlms been louring, Uio Wist i.uuiwy for-a lion ilnliir luan lor the I'ojipi King dom 111 luins !lost nltii lie In-, lonthod SiMialihewim thinks loi "1100 Hit IcUstinK bitm to lie yttim; Him luii'l lt lllt of InKli Hosur" utus oiifeht to liavc a Uimannn foi linnnt-o minister. What .wants Is a po-rk packing fuioiv H does not vuuU to see tlie hogs raised in this district shipped out ot the province or the district. The Hoard of Trade should follow up Una sihcmc poiblstoullv and tet a factoiv Ic-cited beie it, aoon .uJ possible. The farmers will raise, the hogs to keep it goillj, Xearlv every city, wost' and east, i having trouble thtte davs Only the other day Toronto was, tore- to pay five PCM- cent, for a temper- arv- loan io tide over the present. stliiiLcucv of the moiiev maiket In the west, nearly every important .point is up .igniii'.t it foi uionei H might be well If some ot our cities took it easy for the next vear or so. justice tba> such a measure has ncvei been contemplated. Why Wonder? ASHOP.T -iGO ve cook occasion to comment on facilities a protective taritt fur- aisles for lie formation .of combines. W-iJiis retaj-d we referral to the svrnp ana glucose fac iori2s in Canada trom facts v'nrnibhe d bv me Manitoba Free Pre-s The toree factones in oane-shlps con txo! the trade in a tides in the whole Dominion, protected by duties of 81 per cent and per cent from Importations from the United States, and 41 per cent and '0 per cent Tom Great Britain Thev are situat ed in Ontario and regulate the prices, force wholesalers and ictailers to ieil tlie products at .the prices thev name ili-was pointed, out at the iimc that t the raw material used was impelled jfrce and thit the com used was not grown m this conntn So that the tariff on the articles served no useful purpose in the waj of protecting the Canadian farmer, nor ot adding to the .revenue. To supplement a previou article ihe Manitoba Free Press produces an 'other in which the iniqilltj of the sys tern in tending to raise the cost of lirlng- to the consumer is turther The totai quantRv of coin, sv nip and glucose shipped trom the two Ontario factories into Mani- toba. Saskatchewan and Alberta in twelve months, was Ibs The total uuantity o-f starches "shipped from "the three Ontario factories into Manitoba, Sas kaiche'wan and Alberta in twelve months'was Ibs. If these niiantiti-es of starches corn svriip and glucobe had heeu imported from the United States; thev would have bad to pay a total dutj of Close upon this amount of rnonej was realized in the "form of taxation by the" three Canadian concerns manufacturing, ''these commodi- ties: as'by their combine arrange- me'nt they keep their-prices slight- ij below the piices at which starch, corn syrup and glucose could be laid down from the Unit- ed States duties paid. With these facts before us showing to what exteht'the to needlessly pay, and considering how largely the commodities enter into article1- of everv use and diet why wonder at the high rost of In ing: v. hue pirtv ot Uiitibh (minders visit to inipetl the vvoiks ol tlie South 1 ind Co Um couM' not hive conn it i bitter turn hope thu lie so impressed that thev tike 11 idea lo luck home i lew of 1 cthbndgc s bonds in thoir pock- ets. The Hoard ol Trade should get bnsi and unite them hirr without, of course, such an ulterior motive .in view They Do (Feriiie "Free Press) Lethbrklge. will- charge each circus J500 loi shonmg in jhnt ciU In Fe uie the circus- dodges' the .license by camping just outside the citv borders If the circus cannot come to the peo- ple the people will go to the circus {Giiin Groweis, Guide) If by p-ning ?1 i! toi "i dollars worth of cement a man oespmes proa perous s If b> paMiig ?'iO for a ?UO binder man grows nioi-e 1C bj pacing ?1 for i wool len shirt n man becomes a true Gin adiaii If bj pajing for l dollirs of man realls attains riches If bj paying foi a dollai s worth of telegraph seruce the sen ice becomes 'cheaper If by 75 foj a dollars woith of freight sen ice a fjirmei helps his couutrv If bj pajing ten per cent interest on per cent inones a farmer is mcieasing his power to help Ins lam If paying ?7 for seien dol lars of coal, the coal ghes out more heat; If ov pa) ing 6 cents for 4 cents north of sugai the sugar becomes sweeter; If hi paj ing H2o foi a dollar cot ton the jacket becomes, war mei He Had No Choice One must learn to sympathize .with loiuestu fnlllties I was icbllklng a man tlje other daj foi backing wife in vvbit WPS not onlj a.n absnrc] storv but one in which 1 could see he bad no belief 'Von should really be more ,care- I-said, "and. I tell you candidls I don't believe a of jour wlf.es story. lou in.iv do ab vou like he said niournflllls tve Sot to irients in Vacatibh. To Those That Need It Senator Sullivan of York ones put m new fprm i joke as old T as medicine The occasion was a ban rjnet of homeoparhic nhvsicians Dur ing the banquet the usual toasts vvert drunk. To the health of of "the of "Hahneniann the fathei ot homeopathy and a doi en other.persons, and subjects, glasses were drained duly, and ot-a sudden, the toasimaster remarked Senator SuIlHan will ion now propose a The senator arose and beamed up on the assemblage of physicians. I propose he said the health of the Advertiser. if pijm ?123 foi a dollars Something to Consider 01 ,h of canned goods a man becomes lealthier If b% pa% ing 70 for a pan of two dollii shoes the shoes wear If bv paving SHI) for in eights dol ar drill the seeds grow better If paying ?I1 for a dollar plow the -funows aic am straighter DB foi a ti ent) four lal'e Hie hay is .aked for a dollai hit rpHE STATE OP-OREGON has set. the example or direct legislation by the adoption of the initiat- ive, the referendum and the recall, as brought into use in the commission form of government. It is now seek- ing to improve the benefit o-I direct legislation Introduction of what .is known as the Proxy vote, for en- suring simplicity and oniciency in se- curing proportional representation Whittled down, the system points to'-the elimination of candidates in municipal elections by..what is known as first choice. Kach voter marks ballot with as many candidates an he chooses in the order of his choice, one, three, etc., nnderstandiuE that -his vote will ultimately count lor one .candidate only. When tlw total mini- -tyer.of first choices are 'ascertained, fne'oaudidale having the lowest iium- bqr of first choice votes Is declared of the cotinf His bundles of. ballots are untied and all his ballots sro transferred to such other candl dates as are second choice theieon Tht process of excluding the candidate Is continued until only en- ough candidates remain to fill the seats In the council, and these are the elected ones The" theop of provy Is that each councillor acts as proxy for those who voted for him. It comes, aboirt In this may When the transfer is closeit the elected number MIH llit number of votti. lo MUHlIze thin each member would be enticed to cast or a division in the council as many ,vqtes as election. he received at his But the people, of Oregon are not alone in election plans and methods. Senator Bourne who, when the. Panama Canal-discussion was taking place in the American Sen- ate, urged that railways should be forced to give up water-lines that might otherwise'be their compeiitors if it that they still- ing competition, comes out for a new plan with regard to his re-election for the state of Oregon which he repre seats. The method, if ailopted by all poll ticlans, would greatly ease the labor and expense of electoral campaigns His proposal is simple. He presents -to the electorate the pledges he gavi them and shows hovv he has fnltillci them, and In certain measures has e ceeded them. He asks'for the of their confidence on these, and con siders it'up'tti them .to give him square deal." He refuses to contri- bute to any campaign fuml, nor to be present during, the election. All he Intends doing .Is- to make use of the publicity pamphlet issued annually by the state to every voter. For the sum of one hundred dollars a page he 'will employ four pages In setting forth his Truly Oregon is settlnj lllo world to (Mnk about, If b) dollar hay cleaner If bv paling 51 ibe brain develops fastei bv getting W ceius 101 a dollar's woith of wheat a. larmtr feels nap iipr It bv gettiiib 45 cents for 75 cents vvorth of barlev a farmer Is richer If li> paying for a auto ,iS e igtne letter niobils the car goes faster If M paving for a MS plow the sod turrn Then western farmers should be the most plotpeious, ruosu contented happiest moatloja! warmest, strong sneetest and brainiest Country Billiards Willie Iloppe, the biiliaid phuer vis discussing m N'ew the nues tion b-r summer vacation? I like slimmer vacations be said in the heart ot the countrv The onh trouble with the heart of the countn is that jou cin t get a good game of billiards there. '.Maybe you've beard about, the two chaps summering at Sunapee who complained that they cou'dn't tell the two white balls apart, as neither of them had a spot But the piopnetoi lamed to tRem that it vvouUl be easj after a little practice to dis tmgnish the balls bv their stnpe AnothPl ch ip up at Sunapee asked foi a game of billiards and ivhen the bills were brought gave a. loud, bit ter laugh of disgust IXlok here' be said Its asked dice Nevv York Tribune. A Slogan This Is not a "Spring.Poeni, just slogan: I I'rid? of Alheita Pride of the West. Of course the PrHo ot Alberta Must be in best! Something Good in Safety Razors Afnicnieldr pin ted safety razor in a pocket jnckle plutcd plush lined This is an extia is Kiiarantpcd to gne satisfaction Our Price 25 Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. ______ .__ -ruion AUF SOUTH. PHONE 555 THIRD AVE. SOUTH. Here are three good ones Three Lots Corner on. 7th Avo., 'S, (London Road) must be sold at Queen Victoria. Park, water, sewer, and electric ,14th St., South, f.'iclns cast; a splendid slto tor three good houiet. Can be had lor snap nt p 1 i TERMS short time Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block Phone 121: THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investment; OWNERS OF Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKE1 Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge a per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 IVfo; Wilson Skeith MONlrv TO LOAN mSUBANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WtTH RELIABLE 1NSUR ANCt OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C. P. R. Agents Phone 134 Men Ought To Clearance Sales Better Than Women Do! BY J R HAMILTON f orm.; Adverting Wanamak.r'., Phil.d.lphli io much should Der get a twraty five per cent Increase for Vour l.bo: real offlce' If knefc fhero that 'extra Uentyfive per cent be could be cut halt how long would it tak, ance Sales V on know he law of "U SS these cut prices are real. arv and demand v o a-nd be sold now. Ihe.efo.o 5ou, knot, tha ;