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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LUTITEKIPCE DAILY TTElt Fritluy, 30, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ITAiLI.JH.ID DECIMiER hy PUk.fihlni Lid., nvtry ml effee, sixth Stsett, Albtrli, Canirfi, i w. A. PHONII Minic'ng Director PHONE: fri 1224 W. A. 1UCHANAN' Miniclng Dlrtctcr T. W. QUAYLI Minpglnj Editor JOHN TORRANCI uilncet Manaatr PHONE: Circulation And Joll 1252 DAILY iUBSCHIPTION RATE! I rnoathj dlllvared I iromth tiUitnt month. by null THE DAILY HtRALO FOR AT Medicine M. Nortliam. Cnnbrook. 3- Atchlnson. Cliraiholm-O. L. Relneoki- Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. P.ircher J. s'ewa Companr. Co JacliiiOii Co.; Alu- nnflni Hold: Faopio'i Dmr StOM. ft Co.; IL W. Ha milt Street. Druj 4. Book Jandeson. Ne Co., 70J Avenue. Alia on all C. P. H. Tralna Company. Fernle B. Ba headors of thoiiRhl should s'rlvi> to pM'vi-nt uny spirit of animosity IMS- iwveii (lie two pnrtd uf (lie Dominion, init iho bunion uf dolnn tills should Lu> divided 1'iinally beiwoiui oast and Harmony can only ho croatcd by Hi spirit which I ho I'liulUible m'eds ilio laiiyr aro met by llit' forinor. OUR POINT OF VIEW THZ WEEKLY HERALD Published ewry In eight or more jummiuy of the attvs Qt the week, l.n-ftl nnd district 1 j-for In advanc- ........1160 marnhB In idvanci .......50c fi uKinUia In advnnra ......Toe. Tho Hui put ou Its prettiest bonnoi this week In honor of the fair. .Monday is'Labor Day when no man shall work. c'vs sou ilium. Hut uf rourse hull' i what is seen In .tho mirror Jt; ni-vi tolil. j (iroviartl. up in the IVaro country. Is to tuko Us census. I will not bo able ibe fur uonh has the ronsus Canadian ruilwa; 10 swipe U. S. cars to inovu IhU year's! Hut ihoy refuse .lo play Sunday bast crop. They will 1mvo in do it "on j ball ir. (Jrouard. Truly the lino j (lu-ir own." i civiiliitiiuii IB beini; mishoil buck. Duck hunlurs must, not hunl wilh- out iho noeossaTj" license. They must SIM a lioenso whether they yet iht-j :l'ii-ks or not. j Since i IK- city sold Its bonds iht1 financiers of the city council have lost i the ulr which "always preced- t'd payday. A pair of "walking, arsenals'1 were :irrrslod in the day. U'onMn'i Hint by a gioat find for onr friend, ibi> Kaisur. The T. S. nuliik'iaiiti are ushhii other the pertinent iiuest] "Where did the .money come Some of resi of us pour moriiil are rather yvono to Is the money to come from1.'" A liiilt; hi Vancouver died from llic effeiMs of drinking impure milk. Some inhuman wrcu-h had the tem- erity to say [Jiat alie went to n .grave. The Letter of the Law DIUVEH3 cf who m four minutes.- There is a provis- 1 Ion muile in the criminal code where-, have been smnmone.l .md iiu'orniniion laid againsi n per-1 fur exceeding Ihc sjlecd limit j Ijllia-L uc made out in the wording-1 of fiflcr-i. miles an hour, will look j of ihe accilon transgressed. The Jonviml with .merest to th? derision j ycr lor ihe defence has seized on ihis j of the higher courts In the rase sub- j technicality for gciiin-.his client .mined It: them. The line of defence j and [he mailer has accordingly ?onc' la'KPii in t'.ie pollea coiiri at Calory up higher. 'fin tiic case ol" .in individual so siim-j Truly legal icchnlrtUiiies are won- moned was he wns guiltless of j derfnl They wore, probably, v transgressing the Icitor of ihe law. dtiy'sucl for the benefit, of the legal The yenei'al public may r.ot Iw j profession. But lawyers have to live, aware thai, there 13 a iMstinclicn be-j and consequently such a needy fra- 1 twcen a mile In minutes, and iif icrniiy must not be grudged these. If j leou miles an hour. Hui such is Ihci it not Tor those "technicalities" Tbc con i nu11 for ilie post uftice has be-Jii let. Now Lcihbridge's building' records a "jump. The million mark will not be the goal any jOIlgLT. There is u now paper in Edmonton called ''The .MirrcT." In it people way nvpect't'J see themselves as oth- Jtu'k Frost wtuihl hu an nnwck'ome i isiior just at I hip tinio. unn'i kcej) him away if he lakes a notlqn to come aiiioni; us. mil bo sure ly a frosty ivcopliun if he is bolil enough (o pny tin.1, visii. Thanksgiving will not con- siderf.-d until Premier Horilon ruuiniF. If someone, would only isuml him soluiion of ihfi iiiivy jiroblem IIP might have some Venl cnnsc thnuksglv- ing. The "navy out of jiolitit's" cam- paign is Jierur going 10 do it for him. the bretttion o! Loihbridge as ah inspection and otder poiur, and with the wusUvard movcnieut of grain, n grain cliauyc to follnw. "On ihe strcoL" will ihou haye a ineauiu.s, autl lictle eld New York will have nothing ou us. Qfiers The Cardston Style (CardstoD Globe) How IG ibis for a Cardslon farmer at the LeUibrldge fair? Two cham- pionship cups, twelve first prizes and live second prizes. cas-2. It Is. one ol" ihosc differences which only a legal mind can appreciate. The Information hitherto laid some of the poor fellows would starve. So let us bo nllnilsilc anil not. con- demn Ihc "letter of ihe .Meanwhile If r.his paniciilar ptiraae it Certainly Pays (Cnrdston "Gloliet Does mixed -farmlug -.pay' Over against offending niolnrlatn lius been oloffy Is upheld there is a chance ol for "driving al snecd ihan sonic tlolIiirH rctiirnlng- to ihose who liftmen miles per hour." The motor jhnve been forced to part with them vehicle "act sayg LhaL "one may not! These "'ill undoubtedly bless guide a motor cur faster than one lechnlcalitles of the law. ..East and West ihe THE LETTER which -I. M. llae- .lam, former Conssrvallvc candi- date for Hie House of Cbnimons, ai'dressed to (he Toronto News, Ig In- teresting and educiiilve. So fur it liiia not roccived publication, and, possibly for' ihe reason Hint It nnpeurs us a counterblast ID Hie snnclons plea put forward by the editor of the NmvS Tor lieticr rulnlions butn-sen the east and tho west. Surh an iintlerslaniling IE commcndnblft. and greatly to be (le .sired, hut when men like -Mr. vVilllHOii KH nhoiiL gosjjul ot" pro- led Ion, Ita benellta lo the "Intprcsta" of MIR cas; without consUI- (ho needs nncl the uconomif cou- dilioiis cf the thla better feeling canno: ho liopc-d for. [be oasl hiyH irsolf out to thoroughly uinlr-r- ami syinr.ilnixc ivllh HIM west. tlKMi only cnn ihe hnppy ronHiituinii- lion [ilmcil nl .be brought about. .Mr. Unslam is u man who froip cbacrvatlon, si inly, nnd flxper- ItiK-p. nnd It cininol bo said that hl.i riMiiiir'HH are llnpr.d by ally party pre- Judlceis. Ilia IK CUP .tUrcmi' nriiumciu rev lurgcr niul ouen marker, wcsl iiMd-j ahovo all In this desire then: in noihliiK of and, ;IH the Oirisl- Ian CJuavdlnii It, when It Is n. nf disposing of ihe products or thr: ronnlry It makes very little difference; to llic west from ;m econ- omic: Hiai.-Jpulnt wlicibur It Is "Laur- and largnr muckcis" or "HoTden nnd lir la u larger marital it wan Is. "No govern men I 1 iT-liiycH tbin will Hlaiul long In HH fHVor. Thfj ICJKK we Iioar uuoin be- Int; lfjy.il ijvftn If you Hinm-, Mm htsthrr for His JHMICC cf Cntiiulii. A pHlroh- (Hin (bat IB not fonuiled on econ- omic lawn ilnil proHpL-riiy poa- tilhln for ull will be reiailtuvi: to people." If Ihe InuiKinoM U c-reaie'l Hit; west It blioilld not forgo I Ihal liaii Iho prcapcjrlty of tin; OUHI. It Hhonld mil, fu HH mix let y to piyvem Buy- tiling litie ihii InRtirifon of llu; (hln mid of Ilio wedgo, pcrslat in a linllcy of atiompltiag lo siruimk1 UK- goone that IIIVH ilir- When .Mr. llaslam HH.VK Ilio wnMleiii fiirmi-r Ihlnhu Ihal. itiLisp to ,be should reciprocity have and time Anierk'ii, being ;i wheat couniry, the denuini] for our produce there would not be so large as anticipated, wbal better an- swer can iherfl be than the following (I IH m.M'iifluiiry to import coal and Iron, nnd I ohm-no, mul ml I on, and corn, in'o eastern t.'amulu In IIITRQ 'imuiililf-H, IL IH jmrf nelly h'.nlltnuiio ilml. he ahonhl pny ilicrofni- nrilhiK BDIHC of lilM prodnctH In ihe Uiillod miirkniH when ho cnn do so to uoiinr ailviinlnRR than niiywhcrc nine; sinlcs a rational nnd coimmmsenae map. AH m (ho nrgiitncnl. HO often pul .forward tiini the. nppreclnilvo ,11 prcvcnl proviili across ihe In Ice United StaieH two thirds or the wheat produced is fall n great deal of which is grown In districts such as Kan- sas. California, Oregon and -Wash- ington, which are very near ship- ping, and their wlicut can be traiiaporLCd ID foreign markets much more cheaply tbut memiE tluin by rail. Only about RIIO- Ihird prodiici of thai coun- try Is of Llic spring wheat var- ioiy, the aanic as our, and this amount is continually 'deerc-islng owing' to 'tlie adoption of corn growing In what, weio formerly Kprlng wheat states. TO make the beat quality of Hour millers re- quire about half of each kind. Thla IH why spring wheat, Hiich as we produce, lias greater ,vnlne In the American market relatively ihnu in any other market in the There is no usually In the Uriilsli and continental marli-ala of the hard wlieat thai wi: jirnduce, nnd thai la why our prmlnct Is relatively no higher in price' I ha u othor wheiits iu-iluHc marketK, which from our aland- )joi nt, ims no I nearly KO viiMmhle. The fact (hat the United Stales is Hlil) un exporter of' tines not In any wny the im- porlnmin of Lliat. niirrhoi. for olir IH'ndnci. Tlio United t-nn nbKorb onu liumlrcil million hiisli- of our wheat, ami not dlfjlurb IIK iiiurk.'rl. only that n larger iiinonni would be released on {ho Atlantic and rar.Uk- cwists am) on Die Onlf of Mexico. Thai Iho present markets will be available; lo almorh for all time the whea) jrrnwu In WcHlnrn (Iiinnda Idle in hulltivo. the Intro- Of K'tBOHlH! ailll SlCiLlll iiiul tint Kront proKruin for cxtciirlliip railway.1; over Iho cultlvnblu porHons of ibrr-v- pi-ovlncitix of Din WOHI.-.MT. lliiHliiin miisl In.- cctncwliMl lo he HsU- when lu> siiyn tbiil within the next oljtht or Ittn yoars iliflro will he a pro- dilation of to Hit; ninoiint J1000 was paid last-month" 10 the farmers of the district by the lonal creamery. Why .not buy -some dairy stock nnd join Worth the 'Money i Sfriitlnjona Plnlndealer) Mwrks and houlevards are expensive, but in innhjng our citr- attractive- to .live in instead of one- which people are gladlo get out i worrh the money. Rubbing It In', _ (Halifax Chronicle) "The Tory hunger, (qr-.office is sucli lliat in one sub-d-opariineut at Octsi'wa il takes four men to do ono nian's job. For instance one man marks.ihe press loliccs in the newspapers, another comes along with the scissors and clips, a. third pasles them In u scrap book, and u fourth takes them to the minister to ]cok says ihe To- ronto Star. While thia incident nniiiuc ih itself, It must HOI. be forgot- en that the Tory government, have alrciidy appointed a dond man to of- fice, di.smisa-ed a dead man from hit job aa postmaster, 'and bestowed at leant, three John on a. man who'wnYat is time, and still Jnil. In If not i fanciful, would I'lkdit by all (hi; coiinlrk'a In Ihe world at iho present tlm-o, which nmoiiniH In about live hundred million biiHhols annually. Il'would be fonllsli lo -Mmi ihe dfliuniul In Iho mnrkcls avullable will keep pncp In -ccinal1 rnllo lo tlio supply. And what of the anrplns? So long ae Ihe west for-iK il In him- dli-niniod In lia by llic polKlrltins mul t In? "IntcrL'STtR" o' the fcnst, ihfirp nuisI' ivnmln n feeling of unreal whlcli Is dclrlinciila. IP Ihc beat InteroBh ol Uullcil Cm 1040, A Simple Question. (Chicago Journal) The subsidy hunters are trying lo jefog the Issue of tolls the Pan- ifi Canal. It is worth 'while get doivn to HIR rcitl issue. liy the Hay-Puuncefole.'Lrcaiy ICnglnnd, we.-pledged oilr word of bni- .Dr nil nations alike. pjo- inlh-ftrt to keep the open-to Ihe nil [pa of all natloutj on Lernia of L) lule criualltV; Do'we mean to keep our word, or lo break HV All the rocrlng of all ihu Jlnyoe.s and subsidy seekers can not oljHcuro Lhls'-baalc i Hhall wn break our HO I mm plcilRo for Ihe Hake of confcrrlnE some caay, the ouncrs of the shippfng trust? The Western Provinces and the Public Domain (Winnipeg- Kree Press) _ The people not of Western Canada alone but of the whole Dominion will be slow to admit that Mr. Dorden, ns prime minister of regards any of iht: pledgee which he made a year ago as leader of his pariy. in the light in which regarded by .the ort-an in Retina, wiilch says, in rt-spuc'c to one of the most-'im- lioriani- of "pledges, ihat r'ihe. icoplb-of Sa'skUjLcbewan by their re-' ent Jiqtion'at1 ihe polls -released Pfe-j any promi.se he may havp; marie-tfi. transfer the public do- main to Saskaichewan." It is opt at all a case of a promise -Vr, .TJie pledger that- a.-CoiiEervaiive y( ment at Ottawa .would transfer the to each of the prairie provinces stands as one of the Eore- niosl. jilhiiks in tbe .pre-election plsit- of rhe-.L'onserraiivc parti'. It was Mr. wiiat was known aa.the Halifax ftlat- fpr-m." It was repeated by hini in every subseijuent forth of Coii- servniive doctrine'. If Mr. B or den desired to bring him- self nnd his government under the Just condemnation of Ihe people of Western Canada, he could not do it more Cifeclually limn by declaring; or signifying by continued inaction', that riie above-quoted utterance of the Do- minion government crgnu in Regina Is an authorized utterance. H would surely be unjust to .Mr. Borden to he- lleve that lliat utterance has his ap proval; Incidentally it is to be point or! out that both the parties in the Fliegcnde Blaettor. New York Wife "Xow, cautioned the Now York wife, "don't get gay and kill any- body, at Iho picnic icd.iy." "Aw. "Don't .do H, I3utch. Hemcmber, I ain't got no clothes suitable for a mur- der trial." A Collier's Nimble Wit "White ttio King was looking pit -pony which hud been brought. UP for bis inspection, tlio pony t proved somewhat restless. "I expert Lh-e dnyligbt worries him1' said lha King. "N'o. replied the miner. "It Is ilio headstall he doesn't like. He can't ace your .Majesty plain enough." We Are Dodging, Too was on the Bleeping car. "Say, said the man in the upper berth to Ihc ocrupani of ihn lower, thai music, will you'.' What do you thinU Ihis is, a-concert hall? The rest of us wiini to sloop." "Why, the cnr Ib sn said io wnrblor, "1 only humming n IHlle air-----" It was then that tic was hit wilh n Pullman pillow, remaining uncon- scious for aovon hours. A Free Translation (Toronto Saturday T.vo oliM.mv petty Arlhur and Kort Wllllani Imn MMI tlovnlopod of lain lulo n Iieiilthy rivalry. There Is no doubt hut Hull rnpldly growing porls arc Ri'l- t.liip closer together, ami In many >vjiya (ho rouiu'llt; and oilier luiilli'.q nf cities co opera Hug lownrds Inlcrests. Among some of Uic oUl-llm'i'Tsi how- ever, there remaiiiB some of the old spirit of intense aatiimtliy. An ex- ample of this came to light, not long ago. A newspaper imin. new to Fort happening to see in the city hull the seal of the corpot-atlon, asked one of !he the translation of tha I.atiu inscription: "A Posse ad Ease." The old man stroked his beard for a moment and then replied; "J wouldn't be sure exactly, but the meaning of it around here is "T1 with Port An Embarrassing Error (Toronto HaUirdny Night) Up in Winnlp'd.m there is a member ot" the old Cpinuicrcliil Club who is in cnrly riser. Mis habit of. winding p, his alarm clock to the limit tion, to obey It n.1 times w.-bcn It has aroused him. This "little folding of the hands to sleep" aJler ihe nlnrm hag sounded, led'him into, an embur- rasslng situation or his hoarding bQ-.ise on n recent ivot night..- He has always hnd tlui habit of pulling his alarm clock on ;L chair by hie bed, and when It starts Ha din in ihe -morning he Just, reaches out sleepily and tnkes it un- der the bedclothes so that it shall not disturb the household. On the liot night in (jiiesikm -he felt the desir- ability of having wherewith to (iiiench his thirst, from lime to time through the long hours'of the darkness. He put a. pitcher of ice-water on the chair along with the iilarm clock.. In morning, when ihe, alarm shrilled out he reached drowsMy out to lak-e it Into bed. Unforiimately he Lcok (he pitcher of water instead of ihe clonk. modified by a very human disinclina- He was effectually roused. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., Ltd. U> jmiioiiiico-lliiil ilioy liavc opoucil1 pcr- jiiiinciil, olliccs iiiul show rooms iu The Hull Block Tliinl Avenue of using Jinvki1 for s (Ground .Floor) tlif. s may As (lie is HOW ;uul aijplic.si- lions should he siibniiMod riU'ly lo (MINIIIT iiMcuMon. A full liiK! of MJllni'iil u'lis inipliaiifcs jind 1 I lill.inil's on. I'.xliiliiiioM. ;