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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETinUUDGT'] PATLY IFERAL1) Jhiu-Mlay. Aiigiint 1.912 LETR6R1DGE DAILY HERALD tr Htr.U C... HW1U Ini it' liuh AlMfU, W. A. IUCHANAN ManAfllM Blrccur T. 1224 JOHN TOKKANCI ClrauldlM An -Ml'. lUmlttn'B imval poHtfy out or politics, because II isn't In politics. In llio menu time with all ilit Ulk about tin; navy, ivould sonic ODD please lei I ho world know what, ilie policy of (lie Cnunilian government Is? Tlii> OiiliiHo Conservatives arc go- Ing 10 drop u iieiilioii ngninsi u miMiibiT of ihc legislature who lias died. Talk about iiiHgiiAnlmlly. you have the real nrUcle. 1 With nil llio wbciu In die country 1 lli-i- fQi'iiicrs will soon be' busy com- market prices and the com- parison will no lesson their ilcslre for wider Now iliiit Conimlsaioner (Jhirh of Caiman- lias boen nppohiled tcndent (tic Bitutt .national park. would someone please explain w.lierc his (lunliliciitiona for the position conio hi. CalgJiry expects n day ai the Stampede. That Is about tbc jjopula- llon ol Jhe city. The Question ;t rises, where hi-r they nil yolnB to sleep? The C. P. K. as usual -will have to couie to the rescue 'and run the peo- ple out of town qigbn. Tlie niembcTs of the (IriUn Coin- mission wore glvou a mii'jii'lMy yi In (ho wenlih Uilunuft the Iniiiortuticti of tills us u grain shipping' point, tt wit IJBOJ> other ultlos muklns iv good a case. Wliiil wonlil Hie u( U Hritnln sn.v ir Uniiadlnn alnteamci vfc.nl nrotind ilioir I'ountry U-lllns them wbftl ihev shoulil In eonney. don with tmporlnnl niaiie-rs' Vol that Is exactly whnl Sir Miu Alt hlns :inil Mi1. Lonp a iv iluliifi li connection with C mm (in and tlu> nnvul question. Sir Laiirler IE to sinri. on sluinplui; tour, The velt-nin chief- lain will receive a wnnn woH'onie es pecially in t.bo west, wliofic Interest lio lius ever In the froiu under whose the w wnp made known to Ihe world. West: ern fiirmnrg have crery reason for ex- tondluc the grunt a rousing welcome, .Max AlLklns as head of the men! tnial uiilnnilly thinks trusts, mill more of is [he best solu: lion for the bigh i-ost of living. Crush; ing out the small man and crcntluGTn monopoly without ;i soul Is nertninly R unique way of JicUiIng out the con- sumer. Sir .Max by tbe way is one of the chief prescrlbers for Britain's economic ills. E GO.MPLI-MEXT the Piirks Comrnitice -ror coming inlp line meeting the reanlre- me n Is of tlie Aquatic Aseociation in Ihe proper spirit. Tlie committee has .shown itself alive io maKc Honderson Park whac It sliould attractive legol where may indulge in .one of the forms of pas- times. Tb-a park will be appreciated Praiseworthy Provisions a great deal nipre when the promised equipment Is and Lhe at iTECtioqia thero will also have the sec pndary merit of adding, revenue to the'a.treet.cars. The arrangenieuts .when made iril! elp to make themselves self-sujipon ing. Clean ipart and pleasure golus tilfud Ifl hand -.will turn Henderson Park Into a veritable rendezvous for innocent' fun ami enjoyment. Mr. Border and the Five MR, BORE.N" Is to be congratu- lated on. ihe way he got through his interview with Jive inilitaiit suEfragetles. The Pre- mier of Canada, In submitting to te closetted at the Savoy >lolel with the reprcsenlHtiv-es or a body.whose lac- lies have made the ordinary male re- gard Us memherfewltli something afcln to'Tear, showed himself io be a brave nnd a bold man. He certainly gave points to 'tho'old-time hero Ulysses who lo withstand fhp. perauaalbn 'Of the sirens bad himself tied to. the umst of hla siiip, undihis followers ears filled ivlih wflx. Ulysses antici- pnted .Iflllure, while Air. .Borden felt efjiifii to meeting ibe situation. Our Premier certainly understands womankind, and particularly the iuf frageUc, His first was 'a poser, and, when the leader of. tbe deputation expressed her. Ignorance as io the constitution of -Canada. Mr. Borden had adroitly gained first Aground, The women who-conaidered ihamsclveE tho eyual of men fell that liorc was n man who knew (scraethlng, mora Minn themselves. Having established himself as a su- perior yenon [be rest 'was plain sa The Preniter proceeded LQ lell bin bearers ijiat the matter of female suftraffe was one [or tbe people of Can i da to decide. When lie finally niflntioned .lhat" be-was not to be.ln- Unildated, the depiitallbn peacefully withdrew, and in an argument with women31 r. Bprden has made a unique reputation out heat... )Ve the militant nuffragettes uf Enjliad, will be aaiisficd with the cqurteoUi rebiiKB they hare received, and that cold has heen thrown oipiny, schiiraijs they may have for a.lpliirhlDS peace Jiere. We have several imppnant prohletna to L-OQ- slder, ind v hat ever (he merits, or otbprwiie, io'ay be, the country is not yet-ripe for. dlscuaslng tbe [eminine question, .When it is the ladles will, no (Ip'ihi, receive all tha courtesy they are entitled .to, provided.' their psiifin is carried on in a mumef be- Lined Up at the Stratch (London Advertiser) The anniml-TQce beU'ecn tbe crops and the raHftttyE U ubout to begin in the west. Perverse Quebtc {.Montreal Herald) The other nlgfai in Bronie kicked o'ji two automobile a calf lights, This will be pleasant news for On- tario. That province will discover tha: in Quebec even ihe very calves sin nguiiisr the light. Mr." Em-den-met the. suKrageUes id1 with all bis hair. II visn't a bit bra.ve though to cry and shoo tbe rteav ladies on lo the provin- cial "Can a Nation be a .Gentleman IT IS SATISFACTORY'to find that ihe .concensus oT opinion in United Sin tea, and expressed by nearly all [la bast Journali, is that It is necessary to preserve the nalioaul honor in conforming ia Lrea'ty obliga- tions with regard to the Pflnaina Can- al. Amongst papers or'stapdlng In Grent BriUin. Uie Xatlon is MI ex- ception; IL comes forward with a long drawn out argument- upholding Mr. Taft. which is commendable .from a point cf sophistry. Far more appropriate LO clrcnm- ttanue is the following; from the Century Magazine of September, written under caption we have employed: There was only one question thai, should have been involved in the discussion about tbe levying of (olla on tli-g 'commerce ot Uie Panama Canal, aori that s: "Shall the United Slates govern- ment iCa plighted Uith the nations oC ftie world, RS eoi" bodied In the Hay-PaunceCotc treaty? The Gitiyton-Bulvtr Lrwiy Iirovldcil, as previous American uLterauoeB hid done, Tor ii "canal forever open and free." The JIay-Pnuuccl'ote contrart merely carried onivird the iftmc Rgreemenl. In consenting lo the of the Ciayton-Bulwer treaty Great Britain gave up her Tlghl to Joint control, and ulic'was Justified in believing that in re- turn for that surrender she should have use of Hie canal, on equal terms with United Statea, that there should be no illflcrlru-- InaUon against, Brit I oh conunerce. II. is too clour to he disputed that, our national hpuOr. Ifl (he supreme' issue In this controversy. No matter bow cunniugly the lan- Siiiiga of the treaty may be twiKt- ed Riid distorted, It cannot be Iliads to lay. anything elae than yjiai It on its fa'ce, This Ifi'io obvlqua that, the' ablent law- yers in the Senate have warned that, body and ibe House of Re- ihat if a violation of. tJiy treaty is allempled the qneB- tlqn will be lahen tc The tribunal, the certainty It will be decided agalnit us at- a coit of milllona of dollars, al.flct In Lbe case of an adverse "IJniied States gov- ernment wptild have lo.fefund all .'theiolja It bid collected from for- fiilp shlpa, and would have to open the, cflnil to all nntlona on jflP terms that have op- It own la, any lolla Thus, hy violate the clear- ly agrecmenL or tfealy we should Ue rolling up a mountain vt debt, and making It ivpoiilbla .ever to. yvny oft Uie oofl cinal. The folly of a coursp. would be equalled only hv-'tlip ehime "which It wowld Inflful, upon the nation In tbe eyes of .the world. The greatest serv- ice our rutem Washington can dfi the country in io see that Us kapi aa as (hit. of ihc -moat scrupulous gea- Utrapn. way to make a peo- Uitlr. country IE lo make furj) iii repytaUon IB tt a source of love and Coming at It docs on the eve of a preitdenlUl election, there Is some- political dcalgn in Mr. Tnft's OUR POINT VIEW Probably.. He DUIIfcts- Toronto ll-lamllton HeraldJ Just think of T.-G. Meredith, of London, passing over the job ol city solicitor of Toronto (it per an- num, simply becaiiao'lic couldn't re- tain bis private jira'cllce'aa well! A cabinet minister's berth would have' no attraction .for him, Heavy on thi RoMgc j (Kdmonton Journal) Only about a week hciorc the guber- natorial" reception. raaatci-- of ceremoDies hqa issued his instruc- tions. They will take some studying. Has that bow of yours attained the proper inclination? To your mirrors, adles and gentlemen. Time passes and Edmonton rausr. dp If'pelf proud. A Fleming Novelty (Bobcayfjaon Independent.) Another newspaper confrere has gone through an operation fof appen- licilii, and this' g'reat. Journal Is pleased to hear ia -making a good re- covery. Newspaper, men are ao accus- tomed fo being1 ripped up tbe back that a fronial rip by H kindly gnd skil- ful surgeon Is rather. a ple'Minp nov- Vision Based on Fact (Winnipeg KVee Presa) Those who make 'the maertlon that .e old country and the home market can he depended uppn Indefinitely lo ansorb the wlieat crop .oi Western Canada .have never ''supported their osEertioc with any reneonable ilence. On ihe coiUyary Ibe -evidence available goes to abow that in a few years'- 'time Life Western. Canadian wheat crop will have outstripped fhe old country's greatest conceh'Uile raqiilromeni. persistence, pover of" aad us iin ntl-rouud breeder of iroublo, tnte our Imt would tlo so if we were not the Mel- ville mosriulto. A Man's Job (Ottawa Free What is a man's Job? After lookin nt a United States return showing the various employments of women in thnt country, one wonders how mail poslLionB are le-.rl exclusively for ibe bLerner sex. There are ivomcn under- takers, women blncKsumhs, women plumhers, iiud as for women teachers, well, they have monopolized almost the euiire field. The following state- ment of women's CDipbymeins up- plies to the States: 1 Clergy Dentists................ 73fi Lawyers................. Electricians 409 Engineers- Tearhers. Herks............-.- Commercial Inivele-rs 946 Olliciuls in bank i .._..... J.207 S.4U3 Packers Stenographers .Sli.-ll Telegraph operators Undertnkers 32 Carpenters................ 5-1 llnsons................ tfi Painters and .glaziers....... Plumbers VI Miners AVe fall lo find any woman repair lug telegraph wires ov rtaing ihe tlutj of linemen. We don't see them mixed up in political graft, ai- least they ar not listed as such, and this is nppai eotly a flourishing occupation iu (he 'States. Neither do w'omeu drive brew ery wagons. Doubtless several olhe: occupations would occur'to one if day or so were gtycn to think things over, mit there are very, very fi positions today in which we mere men are secure. .food? The Joy of Mtlville (Melville The editor ol Ihc Bun, during his EOjpnrn on has bfien up against many perplexing.proportions. He has been bitten by an Arlipna. centipede, i Stung "You call this cake angei said the "harsh husband. "Ves. said the timid wife "but if the diet doean'L secni exactly what, you want, here are some deviled do you call ibis Aviation ought V ECS tbc stung by a Texas tarantula, bucked! around liere in by a Mexican lirbncjip, haa inter-; viewed the world-lamed Jercey mos- quito In his natjvc "Jjaunta, and hag been married; Imt for energy. Speed An Englishman, Irishman and'Scots- man 'were bragging about the fastest The wciilhcr man In with the Tarni-" cis this year. He In handing tout the WRaiher (he farmer .hlmaelf' would orrtpr 1( he hart tlic power. The men vliq huve" who watch movcinonls of the llmon arp prfpurlnf for n boom (hie nutumn. Do yon gel the vision? Traction Engine Repairs ni'c now lo niake New Shafts and (ienring (or (he lieilcr inakcs ol Engines ;il iiuicli less cost than you can Why wait H weeks, when we can supply you m three dnysJ Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Limited THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to US Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phbn.1291 THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots iii North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilso c INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C.P. R. Agents Phone trains each had ever ridden on. Said the I looked out ct (.he. window of the fastest Lrain was ever on, the poles look- ed like a picket, The Scotsman said: "FTom the train I travelled on they, looked like Lhe teeth of a One tooth comb." "Why, that's said Pat, "ihe ;irain I rode on went so fast that as I leaned forward from 'the bnclc fitep to klas my wife good-bye, I kiss- ed an old cow 'two miles down the track." To the Letter Abovs Ihe great-editor's desk ap- peared the "inotLo: "Be motto that was hammered into every member of the staff vfiih painful in- sistence. One day Sam, the latest cub re- porter, aent'in a ne'ws paragisph con- taining the following mysterious state- ment: "Three hundred and ninety-nine cyns were fixed .upon the speaker.'1 The delinquent "was hailad before the chief.. demanded, the editor atei'Uly, "what-is'-Ttic" meaning of this ridiculous ..The.cub wag ivntl'ao- swartid said he, "mi old mufl In the audience wiis blind in one eye." Not a Miracle Two--Dublin Irishmen had been lo church, -and .qu the way home one of th1 em-displayed much interest in-the fate- of Lot's wife. "Faith, now, Pat." said he, "think of it! cntthur only jiat looUed was turned into a and Uial's iiolhlng if, all, at. all." declared Pat, .contemp- tuously.- ''Why, whin my ould -Molly a-waliin' up Sackville street ihe tlier jlef. turned round nnd urned inioma_ Dignfty-of .a. In one of his speech COUTH Attorney General SVickerflhiini slopped in a "small Jjiitern 'city, 'and, In rhe course of, ifle WBJI standing on iti'i; BLreet corner, Lo'a lawyer. There walked pist'lhe couple.a man who wore ihe bandages mid bruises which iijdicate the activity hu- man fislr; -''J exclaimed WlRkerennm- '-tjhat np." B'aid concern. "He's the, editor, alous paper He )nen mid -'V v" beat cbanii greatly- "Oh, I replied tue'oih- er. "J-lia naper, CODIBB oiit' every Tuesdny he. looks thul way AVedneiday CANADIAN P AC IF11C "The Stampede" Days Cole- bralJon., -Calgary, 'I-', 1W12 SIXGLI-: FAKE li'oi- the Hound Trip Going Dai'e.s A 31 lo Hcpl. I'Mjiiil. lielui-ii limil, Sopl em lie r IS) 1 2. Apply to local dgcnl for Uckciy. R. C. District P MeNeillle, aiicngtr The Canadian Western GasJ pghti Heat Power Co., Ltd. .Hog to .nnnini'Muc, and sliow -rooina per- The Hull Third Avenue 1'loor) gas. may An the C'itiy.eii.s desirous of using, the application then; for same. llnu', is whorl hehveen now HIM! fall, tloiiis .should lie HitliinlKed early I o ensure prompt A. In 1 1 line, ol' Kiil.uvnl gus and Jittings oil exhihition. ;