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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta "i THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD I'YUlay, (i, 1012 LETHBRIDGE tiAILY HERALD UthbrMj. H.r.ld puollihlns cW, Ltd., nv.ry lawful 41 'to (HUM, Sixth StTMt, Alb.rli, Cunidl. W. A. IUCHANAN 1224 Manning Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Sdltor JOHN TOURANCl Advertising Circulation And Job 1252 BAII.Y 1 by malt i Jtttvwwl ........HOC Dy I ........JS.09 monthi, by X mottthi i month, by 1 moftUi nhnnrfJ as oftta but both mad old fcdflreaMWJ must bt given. DAILY HERALD FOR tALIt AT Tounc Cto-! Hamilton. UncKsr Creek-rE. J- MltchtU; D. L. McCrw, BTOIL Druf A Book B. Bml. WefJlclne M. Xorttiam- B... and Atphlnaon. 'U Relnecka. DUmond City Drug Co. B. News Brown, :Jamfeion News 703 RlTerjHt) Avenue. all C. P- Trains THE WEEKLYHERALD Publlihed svery Wednesday in eljht or raor. and contalM a summary of tkt Mfs week, locaj and district 1 year in acUancs H t months in advance oOc 6 months in 75c Pellctier's Fondness for French TF E PuSrOPFICE Ocpattment J. under the administration or Hon. Louis P. Pelletier. is di ing 100 gre it i fondness, for French' names. Last winter Mr, Pel- letier changed the names of several postoflices in Ontario from English to French names and a 'big uproar was made. Ontario is now left alone and the names in some of the farther east provinces..ire being chaugeil. In the county .of Rimouski there as once an office which was known plain appellation of Cedal Hall. In future it must.be known by the more euphonious mime of Val Brll liant. Those who in the future look fo Park Laval in the county of the faite name 'will fall' to find it, for the place which bore that name will in future be called Laval Des Rapules. The homely name of Horny as applied to an oflice in the county of Prince has been changed .to Cabbie, while in the couniy of -Joliette there is no longei now Petit Moulin. Isn't it '.about time the'Orange sup porters of Mr. Borden were .making another protest against the pro- French tendencies of the Postmaster General9 Well Done, But Still Wanting G4.LT GARDENS stnke the CT on landing at Lethbndge with a vision of Its -well-planned walks and flower beds are'outward semblances of civic pride. 'Fifth street, illuminated with the new cluster lights, hag everything'of met- ropolitan dignity about it, and if a finishing touch ivere needed i to firmly on the mind of the strang ercl it will be supplied by the passing -street car. So far ftll's the civic au- thorities are to on ;the manner in which they-have deck- the city, all except that important section of roadway between Seventh and Eighth .'streets, opposite the C, P. ;R. depot. In neglecting this, so 'Jar, it looks uncommonly as'lf all the igootl impression, to effect which so fmucb monev has ,beea spent, is going lost. "The, ship Is to be spoiled for the want of a ha porth of tar With this remedied the city can rest on its oars for a while, so far as pub' lie improve men Is are concerned, and give a little attention to sundry other matter? We refer to sanitary, conditions, which should be remedied. Surely it Is time-that all houses in the central area wore connected with the sewer. can point out one or two in tfhich .the sanitary arrangements are prinmh Then there is the matter of stable refuse in the vicinity of residences which call foi' immediate attention. .Why are there no covered bins for the receiving of this and periodical times for cirtlng this put another question, is it not seen that exery house holder without a single exception is supplied -Hjth-.a sanitan _arbage re eepla-cle9__ These are important and not trifling flutter0 and let oui sani tar> authputies get bu j The Canadian Cleik THE OinSJDFR is said to see most the game and ledging the .truth of this, the following remarks made by-Professor ;Johnson of New York University, who made a repoit foi liie National Monetan Commission of the United States regarding Canada fa banking system 13 the attention of our banking authorities 'When a boy at the age of fifteen a Canadian-bank, he leaves all; hope of education behind He will learn a great deal 'by doing' and by, with strong and successful '.inen, but he will have little chance to Improve his mind bj sjstenntic studj or through attendance upon lectures ;Hls hours will be .long, a-nd, from the joint ot his pax will tje small. If he has an iron constitu-; "lion, sound nerves, and an inconquer- able stomach, together with a clear, head, a, steady a good char: iicter, he ,will some day. be .manag-er of a branch, and perhaps a general- manager. But he will have 1o work: out his own salvation :withoui the aid or encouragement of the world's best; -thought and experience. It is to be hoped'that the older bankers oE Can- ada will get a conviction of ain on ;thls subject, and through their Bank- ers Association make proxision for the intellectual growth of the .young follows iu their employ. If they fall on thu> scoie the time ma> the staffs of the Canadian banks despite their pnestige may no .longer contain men of the quality necessary to the making of a first class general manager. The idea is to tiie joung bank eleiks facilities for reidlng and ing up-to-date financial literature. But In order to induce an mtere t m this) there should be something in the way 'of an of this know ledge in (he matter of promotion; Ac- .cording to Professor Johnson it must appear a "matter of hap-hax.ard as to whether T, ha ik rlieik ultimatelv ar rives at a position of responsibility He.has uipre or less to rely on nat- ural geliius, and failing this he may not1 great headway. Any handicap should be accordingly re- moved and means supplied for pro- ducing as far as possible the desidera- tum .required. J. S. Willlsou of Vancouver no man cluuiiil by allowed to becom meinbors Of tho''House of CommoiiB until ho had visited Wosteni Canada, is Mr. Wllllson if Sam ilughos makes u moss of things In his silly war talk..Mr. Uord- cu cannot expect any sympathy, ll-o knew Sam's weakness before summon- ing him to iho cabinet. Sum Hughes is to AklershoL The war oillce hotter watch out or ho will turn ihp inside out and up- side down bptore ho Knives. He uitiy even bring it back to Camilla with him. A few ago was bald prairie. Today it is one of the most up-fo-daiu little towns in Alberta. It is now going to have a telephone ex- change, ami for the size of the, town th-ore will be more subscribers than any other point in the province. The railways Kpromi abroad Iho hi prosslon that llusy arc propin'eil t malic sacrillces (o harvostora t tlio west but ''iicliml facts show Urn they iiro putting up Uc! cts which ly ;i poor way of getlln the men on lo Iho wcsiorn hurvps Holds. How times do cluuiKC. It scorn only a fow years .ago since l- Botha was u bitter oi Urlt ish rule, and tho Hrlttsh army 1 South Africa. Now ho is the iKSul o a Itritlsh BOvoriLinciit iu a Uuitei South Africa and lionorury ge oral In tho Hrltlsh- Tho contention tbc Mornini, News that the PITSK should be allow til. to attorn! civic coinnilttcy.nieel ings is perfectly correct. The counci is a public body and all its proceed Ings should -be: reported for the public benefit. Publicity will do civic bus! ness uojmnu, rather It will be sun to do it Ms? Now Will You Quit Smoking (Vancouver Saturday Sunset) Biology lias'loiiR shire revealed th fact that the mildew formed on pre serves is a mass oi minute fungi, tha the fermentation' caused by the en. which makes' dough rise, is aliv minute animalculae, and that i oue were to apply ;i microscope tc every dish of food set before him, would either put the ban on eat La j for all time, or, after the wanner o cannibals, care not what he put tut his mouth so that it satisfied his glut touous appetite The smoking public, as well as to bacco growers, in British Columbia l be interested in a new discover; which has just, been made along these lines. It is that the bug family in habits tobacco in all its -forms, and thrives on it. Not long since, a de votee of my Lady Nicotine found one of these insects in a- seated.package of smoking tobacco which had been grown and cured in the state of Wis consin. lie was surprised: to find hat :in insect, could prosper under such apparently adverse conditions. However, its existence .was no pipe- dreaui. Needless to say, lie did not smoke it any more than we 'would eat berry infested with a worm. OUR POINT OF VIEW We hope that it info be fair weather during fair neck Sam IJngliea pnssed Calgaij bj It would not .be .surprising if R. B. ;passed the Minister of Militia.up. Germany are told is -very .pros- perous too much BO to want to go to Another victory for the United Farmers'. _ church hag adopted the. referendum in aelecUng a church site. By holding the police inquiry fair week II might he interpreted that the council .wants the report of the proceedings'lo ta-Kc second place to the exhibition. I-ethhridgc certainly should have a mark-et. It is a crying need and it might be a good idea If the Hoard of Trade pushed the Idea along. It will not be long until most of tlia iuiiit uiiiii is organized into municipalities. The south is the home of progressive people, Remember..when you the street to look for the street 'when you see it get on board and como down to the city. Martin lias to say about thq idlun cihlnet niinfstei s In brfgland" will he taKtr ttfih a pinrh of txvo of salt OP most peonle loi has earned the 'reputation of a deliberate knocker. What U. S. Promised (Chicago Tribune) In 1S50 the United States entered nto an agreement with-Great Britain ouehing the construction of.! an inter senulc cauali That made u the ot Zaehrij Tailor md solemnly ratified by1 him and by he United States senate, contained he following article: The governments oT the United States, iud Great Britain baung not desired a entering into tins onvention. to accomplish a particular bject, but aiso to establish a general rinciple thej herebj agree to extend heir protection bj tieatj stipula ions to anj other practicable com umications b> canal or cross the isrhums which 'connects Vorth and South Ameuca and wcialiy to .the1, interoceanic cbnimuni- should the same to be racticable, whether, .by canal or rail- are proposed to be stabllsbed bj the of fehuante ec or Panama. In granting, however, heir joint wroteciion to inv such can Is or lailuajs as aie by this aititle tecihed it is un-derstood by the United States and-Great Britain that the partieb constructing or own ing the same shall no other charges or conditions of t afiic theie upon thin the afoie'aid ernmeaU shall of as just and equit able: and thai. the same canals or railioiih bung open fo cituens ind subjects of the "United States and Great Britain on equal 'terms, '.shall also be open on IiKe tenns to the citi and subjects, of every other staie which is willing to grant thereto such protection as the United States and Gieat Britain engage to afford Tho Intention of the high contract- ing paities tlius exprested as IP other to neutiilfce all inter oceanic coniihimicatipha and prevent the curse of inlei nation U ri alrics and selfish ambitions from (ailing upon a region which owing to its peculiar situation was and Is in fact1 a'stage in the great highway of all j nations Half a century later the same na- tions entered into a second solemn agreement, superseding the treaty of 1850. call-fid the Clayton-Bwlwer feat; The purpose of this second agreement called-the llms defined and by the president of ibe States proclaimed ami bj tbc Unittxl States nitillcd as I'ollows- "The United' States of America and his majesty, ICdwiml, eu1.. being tie slrous to facilitate ihe construction o n sh'ip canal to connect Atlantic and Pacific oceans, by whatever route may be considered expedient, and to Mint, end to remove any objection which may.arise out of tho convention of'the 19th of April. called the Clayton-Hulwer treaty, to the construction of such canal unde' the auspices of the the United States, without impairing the general principle' oC neutralization established in article Vlll. of_that con- veution, have, etc., etc. In article II. of tins treaty it, is agreed that we may construct the canal and have the exclusive- right of providing: for the regulation anil management of the canal, "subject.to the provisions of the present treaty und in article 111. the United-Slates adopts, as the basis of the neutral milieu otvsuch" ship canal, the ing rules, substantially as embodied in the convention of Constantinople, slsiied the 2SUi of October, 1S8S, for the free navigation of'tluj Suez-canal, that is to (1) sh ill be fieo ind open to the vessels of commerce and of war of all.nations observing these on terms of entire equality, so that there.shall be no discrimination against any'such nation, or Us citi- ;ens or subjects, in respect" 'of the conditions 01 ot traffic or otherwise. Siidr1 conditions and fchar- shall be just and equitable. Now passing our coastwise -trade without toll may: not come within the prohibition of this but. wbe- :her it does of not is exactly such a question is the United States stands morally: pledged'before the world- to; refer to judicial decision; If hen The Hague tribunal is and 'we are convicted .of palpUble-hy pocrisy in OUT claims as pacific lower. Tbe isoirit of the 'debate and pote in the senate was deplorable'and" ihould he. counteracted by intelligent lublic opinion. ,-The impending elecf- ion may account, for some "of- the leroics, but that is all the.more raa- on why the -press ami "-the. public, hould keep hfjld of their ense and i good naj to do that is o read the words of the treaty h> et forth jTera Helping Father 'Your studies'are costin' me a'heap observed his rustfc father, saching down in his jeans for anoth- i roll to slip'to his nearly-educated on. 'J know it. replied the son rith contjidE-rablu emotion. His emo- ion did nor prevent him pocketing he wad, but he went on talking just s if there Ini been 10 infeiruption Then he smiled sweetly, assumed .1 e presbion and added And don't see why" my studies should be o expensive. Why dad; I try to study just as little as Plain Dealer. Shank's Alias Lew Shank, the Indianapolis mayor, went to a convention out of town and registered at a hotel under the name of "Frank Dawson." An acnuajntance of his sounded him on tho alias, to which Mr. Shank responded 'It's this way. a man lie life travels around lie is annoyed by visitors and cranks. I put down my right name I wouldn't have a minute to myself. Tin not alone in this idea. .Xowa days many a public man travels mix Post, THE THERMO A WONDERFUL BOTTLE IT KEEPS: COI.D ,1-lQUinS COLO TOU IS HOUHS HOT LIQUIDS HOT KOIt 30 HOURi. THE THERMOS IS JUST THE THING For Baby's Midnight Meal. For the Noon-day Lunch PaM For AutomobiUng, Picniclng, Traveling, etc. OUR SPECIAL PRICE and Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. ..RHONE 5.56 THIRD AVE. sbUTH. Here are three ones Three Lots Corner on 7th Ave. S, (London lload) must bo sold at'o-nce Victoria Park, water, sewer, and electric 14th St., Soiilli, t.'iclng oast; a sploiuHd altc for thrco good houses. Cull bo Imcl IflS snap at For short time TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE ITANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY eal Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ORNINGS Suite 111 tq 115 Sherlock Building; P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeith MON'sY TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR ANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 Certain facts About Buying Every Man and Woman Should Know BY: i. R, HAMILTON Former Advertltins of Wanamaker's, Ph iladelphia. THE CANADIAN PEOPLE are spending billions of dollars every year on comparalhelj nec- essities and luxuries. Iheiofore UICSL nertlnont nrts should bo or to you. o S of moduciiifc 11 aitWe is lelatheb small to that of soiling It Toi Ibis reason all business concerns art constiutlj engaged In tlie effort to lower their selling cost present lime the selling method that, has 'been discovered Is-AdvertH-nj. Tho reason for thla la tint advertising reaches the greatest numuci of people at the loivnst rost itr nelson That 11 all the slirendest merchants are using (his selling method Anil that IE nlao the men uho do not. adveitUe could not exist for a yeai If it ueie not foi jmn pnrplpqsnpsH in buying injwhere your fanry strikes. time you buj itn madierllscd iitlt'e 5011 deliberately increase the mice and Uko that increase out of your own pocket book. per cent of you buy HIO i Hundred fclaring Itialincts of the sumo kind. ;