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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ncHday, July 2, 1M2 MSfgBBtlMlE DAItY TTERALD Please new issue of City f_ will be out on July 15, changes in to must be f not later than tively willbe r V after the evening JOHN A. MacKAY District Commercial Agent Lethbridge Phone I or Teething Children If your dafUer cannot pupply you, jtho J. U- JIatbieir Saerbrooke, P. p., Beudu w FEDERAL POLITICS FORROBLIN MANY DEDUCTIONS' MADE FROM INTENTION OF AOMIRERS TO BANQUET PREMIER Winnipeg, June 30 U the result of a plan bj his admirers at "Vjiami to ghe hlm.a banquet next week, at which J. "A. Xf.Aikens will" speak, and Hon. Roh.ert Rogers and'other, not- ablesWill attend; the.Tribune yester- day "If. that "means anything it .flieans that Sir Hednioiid .Jloblin i is: about to retire Irom Jlanitoba politics, (that ar- rangements have, been made'with bim to contest the feder'a-lconstituency of by the appointment of VBilly" Staples to the grain commission and tjiat J A SI AAens has been selected as Ml Roblih's'succeflBOr, that.he is go- ing to llacdonild to be introduced to his future constituents, both, at the banquet and the public meeting which vill follow, "Does anj one suppose for a single imnute that the young men of Miami disttrict -did spontaneously, take off their own bat ani with malice afore- thought, conspire during these dog dajs of heat, to banquet Premier Rob- Hn, because, he a little title ban die added-to his name' Nay, naj, i erily, jiot, the is very trans 'wayfarer, though a fool, could see And, besides, 1t bos been, on some time and has been on the lips of the -the street fo> weeks. Just a cabinet, shuffle would mean it is impoSSlWe to tell, Sir Red jrtond himself is not likelj to haie it ell sized up fedicine -Hat; F. Ful- mer, Edson. Executive for B. Argue, Swift Current, T A Maharg, Moose Jaw; Jas. CHnksltill; Saaka- toon, Mayor P McAra, Regina, and the president of the Board Trade, of: Weyburn. MeKenzIe for Manitoba It was decided to recommend A..B. McKenzie of Brandon should :be_ ap- pointed ice president for Manitoba with power to arrange for the appoint- ment of an, executive for that prov ince. Hon. J. Fi-eam, Cal- gary, The committee. also recommended that the premiers of the three west- em provinces 'he requested to accept the position of honorary presidents To this executive was left ing of the permanent organization, the naming of 'the next place of meet- ing, and various other matters per- taining to the that ivill accrue to the pran ie provinces through the opening of the Panama Canal. CECIL B. SMITH DIED YESTERDAY EMINENT ENGINEER WHO DESIGN- ED LETHBRIDGE POWER PLANT DIED AT TORONTO Toronto, Jill} 1 Cecil li Smith, one of the most eminent railway-'and hydro electric engineers 'of. Canada, died at his home here tonight. Mi: .Smith was onlj IS of age, but during his lifetime he had designed more electric power plants thin anj- man on the continent. The late Mr. Smith was well known in Lethbridge. Ho designed'the I-eth- bridgc power station which was built in Iflon, and was consulting .engineer fluring Its construction..He has been a frequent visitor to the city since thai time. DEMAND POR A CLEAN CITY Rev. Mr. Perry Preached Strong Sermon on Social Evils "Ami-there, shall, in no wise enter into il nnvtliing that delileth, neither whatsoever' abomination or makeih a lie." The foregoing words taken froni Rev. 21-27, constituted the tc.vt Rev. T. P. .Perry in Wesley church last Sunday even- ing, who dealt with the riuestion of Mr Pem'i subject was 'A. Clean Citv Vt the pirbcnt the question of a city's cleanliness was engaging the attention of all sound thinking people.. Mr, Perry had to thank the press of the cih for the stand it bad taken, on trie matter now befoii" the peonlc The want of ministerial association had been brought to Ins bill, he hoped ere long one would be formed to deal such problems as were now- being faced The speaker did not know who had piomptcd the chief of police to take the action, .wjiich he has done in the mallet, bJt tin1, he did know and that was the fact that lire thief was Innt 'prbpErly liackcd up or sup- ported bv the city' hall authorities There is a great difference of opinion in the citv regarding tin question of segregation. He had' been asked to _re- spect the honest views of certain men. This was said to him kmdU, but he was onlv prepared to respect the views of ireh whom he knew were thoroughly honest He did not be- lieve the legalizing of a wiong would ever make things right II is contended that recentlv more bovs have been frequenting the district than evci before and in police court a few ago it was stated that mere lads had been supplied with li- quor "My God, what arc we corn- to ejaculated Mr Pern, who held the Mew that the best nien and women 01 the not toleiate tile piescnt conditio'n of affairs Some if voil destrov the segregated district will scatter the lioness all over the cilj Jjo matter what ion do, there will be a smell and it io for the police ttf put a firm check- on and punish tlfc offenders Mr. Pern referred loathe Minneapolis Vice Commission rejiort of 1010, which after investigating the segre- gation decided tliat the w av tlo rtcal w ith it, was bv suppressing the, whole busi- ness The matter must be dealt w ith In the citizens as well as the police It was only right to be fair with the police, some things have lit en said about them w Inch makes mat- ters somewhat disconcerting If we know of agamsti the police we should investigate and satisfv our-i selves of, the truth judgment Education must be a great "part of the worV JB dealing. this social evil, particularlv .the education Of-young girls The IT anner of some w omen's dress was also to be deplored, many wo- men of high moral standing [reqiient- Ij being seen in dress which wasanj- thing hut becoming In the matter of' segregation men' who frequented these places are just as.much, if not'niore, to blame than the women. These, pien had made the womerr what thev were and thev should not be allowed'to go free. Mr Pern closed his, icmaiks bj de- claung that he was willing to take isbuc witn am man on the question HOLIDAY SOUVENIR ON C. P. R, DINERS The C. P. U. dining car department had a rather novel idea for the com- memorating of Dominion Daj Thej presented to ench suebt having lunch eon on the dining cars a appro-. ,priate souvenir, consisting of a small box tied With white 'ribbon, containing a uinple leaf made out" of flallve maple sugar.. Enclosed with the' laat is a .immature flag, emblem' of the Dominion of Canada, also a llipron which is.print vSords of our national song, "The'Maple Le.if Forever" who need something of the kind, (md NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES most effective without any discomfort, Increased ch'ss not needed. 25e. iboi at your druggM's' PREMIER SHOWS HIS SYMPATHY SIR RICHARD McBRIDE BANQUET- ED BY THE DRY-FARMING CONGRESS EXECUTIVE The .Board ot -Control or the Inter: national Dry Congress tend- ered to Sir McBride, Premier of'British .Columbia, a banquet which was held Sattmlay evening in the Alberta Club it, Calgary, Many ot the most noted in government and railioad actlUtles in Western -Canada were present. The function .began about 9 o'clock and some -time In discuss- ing the eluborale menu fuinlshed bj the club's chef. The Hon. 'Duncan Marshall. Minls- tei ot Agriculture fci Alberta, and Hon. chairman of the Board ot Con- In'the chair, with Sir Rich- ard, the guest of the evening, on his right, and the Hon A L Slfton, Pre mler of Alberta, on: his left. Atiei the toast to lie King bad been dulj houoied Major Mitchell was called on and In a few wolds extended the welcome of the Cih of> to the Drj Farming Congress delegates au.d their guest. Sir liich a'd, and stated that he now realized that the Congress was a national Can- adian aua.r, and lna.t the citj ct Cal- gan could be depended on tor all the assistance that was-in-their power to give. Premier Sltton extended to Sir Richard a welcome from the province and expressed, his.sratincation at the m which the two provinces woiking togelhei to improve and in ciease khe agricultural jesourccs ot both provinces Mr. lia'rcoiirt, chairman of the Board ot Goveinois at the Dn Farming Con gress, expressed himself much pleased at the waj the work ot the Congiess it as-being handled it Leth bridge. Mr Dennis, of. the C P R, then made a tew remarks indicating r the need of education along dry, farming methods and said that today the man behind the plow was ot more worth than the man behind th-e gun Burns Talks Mr. Burns, secretary of .the Con- gress, was next introduced as the man behind? the gun, and m a short and eloquent jspeech brought out roan} of the important educdtional features o'f.the Congress, clearly show- ing that it had been amply proven that the methods of tarmmg ninth it advocated were beyond doubt of the greatest "benefit to the tanner He explained clearly the benefits to be demd from the consenation of the moisture, showed how faimers who had, been to try it had sue oeeded bevond their greatest expec- tations and com meed all that scien tlflc dry fanning and the proper con senation ot the moisture would place the farmer he would be largely independent of a "vear ot meag er The chairman then oiled on R B Bennett, K C M P, introduce Sir Richard, which he did in a short speech in ibis usual eloquent manner, lefernng in glowing terms to' Sir Sir Richard as the native son ot Brit- ish Columbia who had placed his pro vince on the high pmnacale ot tame and prosperity it now enjojs, re-Sen ing particularly to the fact that the pi ounce under his direction had a surplus of cash over its debts Sir Richard" on ruing to reply was greeted with applause and alter ac knowledging the mtioduotlon, went on to give some Idea of the enormous strides that his province was making in agricultural lines, showing that the government expenditure along agri- cultural linos had under his admims tration'increased from some JSO.OOO to well er a million dollars He expressed his, appreciation of the fact that in agricultural matters all West- em Canada should stand togethei us many of their problems are the same He referred to the irrigation con gress which this year is being held ill Biitish Columbia, and stated that ow ing to his having been awav so much recently he wan not in touch with what the department was doing re garding the Dry Farming Coneress, but that he was convinced ot Its 1m poitance and restaurant" An otner pastor said he vonld not call a.n; one w bo sold or nought ice cream on'Sunday a Christian r v EBERTS REPRIEVED Macleod, June ing to a telegrim received late Friday r.fternoon bj Sheriff, Campbell, Frit? Bberls, the man awaiting trial at the Mac leod barracks, has been re prieved Novejnber by the Ministei of Iiistice in order that tbe case may be by the supieme court of Canada in. .-fr October. NOT INCLUDED THERE IS NO INSURANCE. COR- BUILDINGS WINDSTORM There being some speculation ai "to the liability of insurance companies" foi the losses in Regina, the Herald t? interviewed Aid repre- sent1) a nturTber ol leading board com- panies, was inlonned that all, policies contain a pi 01 iso that claims loss "cyclone, tornado, or for damages are in no case include- storm This nould mJtt tlie losses in Ilc- gina absolute f Aid Skeith added that m Uiutr ed States where tornadoes are Iie-l quent occurrences the msuiance com- panies gne protection upon payment) of an additional premium; a practise Aois not appl} m Caiada disaster lile .that .in .Regini s almost milieard ol in Canada 1d Skeith expressed surprise at the fact that there no ,itos Ion the recltage of the In addition to i the mass of lue wires Ijmg about catastrophe struck the tho hour people preparing for' tea, and there must have in scores of sttnes in recked' nous- es That fire dirt' not add to the calamity ttas a great blesi- g Mi Sleith said that _ while iniur- ance companies admit liability for, losses caused directl> bv jji. u, highl} Improbable that would be paid ior fire which "caught' after a building reeled The loik would heen incurred before' lire started great man) I stances of that character arose in1 connection with the San Francisco earthquake, and tile companies reluse4 to pay the losses PHONE.471 POST OFFICE BOX M The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo Co., It's the inswtf. 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