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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pape 4i THE LETlf BRIDGE. DAILY Thursday. Aug. 22, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KTAILII.HIO DECEMBER W by The Ltthbrldfli Ntrald Publishing Co., Ltd., lawful It Itt office, Sixth Strait, Alberta, Canada. PHONIi 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T'. W. QUAYLC Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Biialnan Manager PHONE: Advertliing Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY RATSi 1 1 year, by mill f months delivered G months, by .........H-oO 1 IM chanrod ns often as but botfi new aatf oJd afldroaiw muet THE DAILY HKBALD FOR AT nd Croaa Drue -Medicine. M. Norlhai Book Store: J. G. Robertson Cranbrook, B. ai Co.; Jackson Co.: Alex- anflra. Fioplt 8 L. Heineeka. D. L. Mcorea. Brown. Drur A Hook- Jamieson News Company. Co., 705 Riverside Avenue. Fernle B. Beal. on all C. P. R. 'THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday IB etrht or more contnins a Biimmary ot the news of the tvftek, local and district 1 year In advancft ........51.iO t months In advanco .......BOc. 6 wontha In advance .......ac. slion-n (o ijll. the pockets of tho pro-1 of carrying'oui viriue of patvlot-'. mpl'ers. without bnnetUUuK thu Indus, j ism. no matU-i- ilia! Ihw net looks un- commonly llky them In a fool's trios, and tho men who help in this have for their reward the satis-i'aciion OUR POINT OF VIEW The Best Form: of Protection --The? flume- method of trans- ycrt Jtfks .the place of the new expensive 'means hitherto used of Bran's jjoYtaiigii'-by rail, road or water. The, idea which.he lias adopted is one common, in .the United States, and he THE VENTURE of Mr. Watts o Waltsburg in using ;i Hume for the transport of- rough sawn lumber is :i striking instance the impetus given to individual enter- lirise, when a man is. so to speak, put on his own resources. Mr. 'Watts .who we presume is an ardent believ- er in protection, 'fronf 'the --it'enor" Of his remarks relative to the new means of transport of lumber he has .inaugurated, shows that-protection is not altogether the absolute necessity some of its advocates insist on. He we think, satisfactorily that industries can hokl their qivu by the introduction ci' initiative, which any thing iu the shape a bonus, such as tends to deaden. Lamenting the fact "that the govern- ment refuses protection- to the "only unprotected industry in the lumberman proceeds' to say that the mill meifjnust find'some means of "umnof-meet ing the rnlnoua competition qf the "United States.'- Tho methods-he: is adopting he teels sure prove sue i A National M PI OPLL HAVI considered ,-what immigration1 means, to us, irrespective'as a means of-'adding. to population? The Four thousand pcoply attoiuknl the on (hy ffrst day. LJIces H'e Lfth- brldse Mutiicipal Hallway. Ihe commencomiMit of lloii of the strcot ears, tho ideiit'a tj-otiblos begin. pe hailefi with it woultt cer- i'ollowing table will-serve-to-sho'iv-that it deserves to be styled a-national industry From .Tanunry 1st, 1907, to-January 1st. a period of .five the wealth immigrants .have brqugb aracunta to as, follows, according to a recent government compilation .Brought in cash from bTitiin .Krought.iacash from U..S. 157, U S effcLt Uue 110 98" 000 -British aeftlers1 effects, !S t 3000 .It is "seen tlMt the of-wealth from the !Tuited States 15 greater than hut Britain. This, in an tdiertismg sense hpealis vol-. umes for the matei ul advantages i hold on the district competition at the Lethbridgo Fair. AVhming the big cup two years in succession is a distinct boost for the little town, which two or -three years ago was not even on the map. The C. P. R. dill such a poor bil i ness carrying' passengers in competi- tion with the' street cars that they shut down the service yesterday. Tha ivas one time where comnetition- was not the life of. trade. However, il showed the interest of the C. P. R. in this city that they were willing to jmt en a service during the- when they knew there was every pop sibility of the street cars being in operation. The company is interested in the devijlopnuyit, of -Lethbridgt. About threo 'weqks more of this million dollar a day sunshine, and Old Sol will be the most beloved person- age of all. The way he lias been do- ing his duty one believe that he was', in wireless com- munication with the happy 'farmers. ..-Over a. thousand, people came tc Lc-tbbridge to ffoVieuti thef ion of'-Letnbridge alone yesterday... Lethbridge is begin- j nuig to be to Southern Alberta what Calgary was to the connt.ry between Red Deer and the boundary a -few years ago. Lot the citizens TjCthbridge a'place for the citizens ofj tiie to look to, a there .will be no doubt o'f the future of this city. b 001) Tottl From these.figures it is estimated tint in the slujje of monej and set tiers the x11 hn-5 been in addi Hoi of tort) live dollars per head to the general wealth In commenting on the same the Ottan i Free Press WB 'There are few industries in Canada cr elsewhere, that give rise to so mucii wealth as the national business oi immigration, -which men) as our immigrants. It) Is slid that The1 measure of wealth brougntjn bj {hem is the fact that sold their farms in their coiintn for the puipose of pu chasing larger firms here while in the case of -British immigiants th difference in the Aalue is due to fnct. jhat tbej coiifaist princi- pally of faint laborers It js a matter of eeing and believ- "ig in tha coac of mic soutncrn neigh- bors for being so near to us, they lmve the of batisfjmg them- sehes regard to British immi- grants it is mostlj a o specula- tion iji the ot bettering.condi- tions from Hence the more ubstanti-il farmers do not come over., Ibis mitter m course of time! be eot dver bv the establishing of reads made farms ind there is no doubt that v ill be greit factors In aiding a police nhirh means so much wealth. 0 You, Big Nelson f Nelson News) Lethbridge's new. street railway system was put into operation on Saturday. Tue..HtUe town is quite ambitions. RATHER 1HVN the goieln ment am excuse for cincellmg the duty on steel rails, even temporarily, the mills are now prepar- ed to import rails to fill contracts. It is curious to what lengths certain manufacturers will go to hold on to of enriching themselves at the expense of the public. But what is more curious is (hat there are certain of the public who are deluded enough to be led iby a sentiment, 'flaunted in their faces, to allow them- selves to he fleeced under the guise of patriotism. The writer in the financial column of the Toronto Saturday Night states that without going outside the S.'ock -Exchange list one could fool, up, prob ,ably, of common stock which is taiay receiving dividend: for the creation of which stock- hot one cent was paid Into Ihe Indus- try itself. To this statement he adds tho following remarks, which may be treated us coming from an authority who has given the subject much con- sideration, and availed himi-elf of all the facts necessary: H can ho shown, too, that the creation of thltt-capital made, or helped a fciv men very wealthy. That la, they capitalized Ihe "patriotism" df the public, sold them the stock and pocketed the money, it. paid them to da- Capitalizing Patriotism linerateh osier and create a sen- timent antagonistic lo goods man- [ifictui-ii i( home just is it paid the same brand ot individual In the United 'States and other coun- tries. Thcyi played on the fears of the public, also, saying that ihebo from Camda or from the United Stales would coma-in and sell goods and take the bread from the months of their children unless they, the patnoti would gue piot'ction." When it'was granted, the propos- ers were on band; and having received It, t.'iey proceeded to capitalize .H; They wore able to show prospective shareholders .that profits would he such anil such on ,1 capiial excess of the amount. In ho Invested, and that these profits would increase. Thnn they created the capital, sold It to the nalrlols. and pock- etcd the difference between (he amount of cash actually put Into the company and Ihe total re- ceived for Ihe stock They merg- ed "sinjggling" Industrie's' .and more capital on them, once more came forward and relieved them. Thu ina'n "67i Ihe street who favors protection does not delve below the 'of seullmcnt which enfolds Ihe policy; Watering stock in not a good (inanclfil business. This practice ivhinh protection allows has been clearly Tne Next Contest (Simcoe Reformer) The Halifax Chronicle, which pre- dicts a victory for the Liberals in the next federal contest, published seme figures in support: of, its view. The Chronicle says in part: "The Loyalist-Nationalist agree- ment now .has 27 followers in parliament from Quebec to :iS Liberals iiij, the.'last parliament. Sir had 54 sup- porters to 11'opponents from that province. That Quebec has de- returned, 'to its Laurier allegiance is as' certain as any- thing political can be. Tills means that in tne fiext parliament, whe- ther elected sooner or later, Mr. Borden will not have more than 11 followers. He may quite pos- sibly have less. But even at 11 it will involve a; .loss of Hi gov- ernment sefU5: and a. correspond- ing Liberal gain, or a reduction of in -iir. Borden's majority. "In the last parliament Ontario was represented by 35 Liberals and 51 In itho present parliament there are 72 Conservatives from that province (o M Liberals. The means by which this change -was brought about are well known, and need not be specified again. Their no-- i tency .has been exhausted fi ever.'' Chronicle "points out that there is a, 'reaction in Ontario, and "it! says that it is not to be doubted that more than nine seats will be changed in that province in favor of Sir Wilfrid Lnutler in the next contest. It contends that the Conservatives cannot well .Hooe to carry more than. 51 seats out of the S3 wliich Ontario will have after re- distribution. This, 'with the change in Quebec, will be more than enough to defeat the Bordeu government. The Chronicle says Mr. Borden is likely to lose rather than gain in'the'Mari- time Provinces, and to lose Jleavily in the west with the exception o'f British Columbia. As the expresses it: "But Quebec, and On tario by themselves can, and almos certainly will, defeat, him. The otWr out British Column help to make the de smashing." p "fust -ffora Jokej" j---- Mr. Littleton's Retort I credit Mrs. -Martin W. Littleton with the beat snap-lire retort of the year. Mrs. Littleton was among those who urg-ed the house com mil tec on publiC'-buildings In Washington to change, the.name of the building to lelTeison hall jig a tribute to the author the Declaration of Independence1 "But objected Yet ing OnnnVi Burnett, "to change the name building so wcJl known would be as much lioncr as giving a ma second-hand suit of clothes." "You men who never chang' THE THERMO A WONDERFUL' BOTTLE IT COLD LIQUIDS FOR 4S HOURS HOT LIQUIDS HOT FOR IIOUHS. THE THERMOS IS JUST THE THING For Baby's Midnight Meal. For the Noon-day Lunch Pail For Automobiling, Picnicing, etc. OUR SPECIAL PRICE and ?2.50 Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. PHONE 555 THIRD AVE, SOUTH THE COMPANY Estate and Investments OWNERS OF NINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mps. Wilson Skeith 1. TO LOAN. .NSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEQOTiATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE -OFFICES Opp, Alexandra Hotel Sole C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 names se.em to think it a very serious retorted 'Mrs. Littleton. "Some of us who have changed our names seem to think it is a pretty good thins, after York Morning Telegram. CANADIAN Stampede" Frontier Da.ys Cole- bra tiori, Calgary, Alberta Sept, SINGLE FAKE Eor the Hound Trip Going .Dates Aug. 3! to Sept. 6th. .Final .Return limit, .September. 9. JD12. Apply to local agent [or tickets. R. i G. McNcillic, District Passenger Agent. Calgary. CANADIAN g SPECIAL FARES-TO foronto, Ont AND RETURN LETHBRIDGE Via All Hail route -Via Lake mid rail rutito Dates ot sale, August Final return limit, ItO days from date of fnrlher tt ftRcnt. R. G. MoNEILLIE, Dislrlot Pnscsnser Agent, Calgary, AIU. "Gheapestrand Best Biiy in f the City Fi e 'fiiciiifj' uortli, on ScvciitiitAyeiuic (Smith, on sewer and ncai? Street South; short- time only Hreeman MacLeod Block Phpne 1212 The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., ltd. to ,'iiinouncc that they have opened pcr- mnnejit-offices aml-sliow rooms in The Hull Block Third Avenue (Groiiiid Floor) (Jitixcns desirous of using tlie- 'gn.s may ijiiako; appliciition llier.o for wiine. As the tjine.is fslKM't hcl-wcon now ami fall, .should be early to, full line. of iinliirnl anil tings, on .exhiljition. ;