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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDOE B KHALI) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IITAILIIHID OICIMICN by Tin L.thbrldj. Publishing Co., iviry lawful lna at It. sixth Slntl, Albirti, ,1224 -W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Dtriictor T. W. QUAYUE Managing Kdltor. JOHN TORRANCK MannBtf 1 pHONIt AdvtrtUIng .Circulation And Job ._ DAILY, 'l J by monUu delivered S2 Oninthi; br H -v; dmnred often but fcoth old Idare.-aw must be DAILY HIRALD-FOK AT Crew Drui Book atoTSI J. G. Robertson Co.; ft Co.; Alex- Hotel; People'! Store Tounr Co R. W Hamilto Plncher Mitchell: D. L. M. N'orthan L- Diamond Cit> Prur Co i 3 Vtnevuvev, B -C i Companj __ Brown. 319-fth, Druf ft Book Boal.v -Jamlcson Xe1 Hlvanlile Avenue Alto on ill 'C.'P. H. THE WCCKCY' PubUshfttl .Wcdnesdmy in alfht or'more and contains summary of the news of and district 1 year ift advance 50 3 monthi In tdvanc. 50c monthi In ntnanco Toe Speak up THE TORONTO Saturdaj in answ er to ail entiliirer re- garding the subdivision of River Heights, Lethbridge, states that this, spring the Lethhridge Board of Trade That lots situated in this sub- division n to "people here be inter ested. to kiiqw who mqdc this valua- tion, and to know what members of the Board would he uillinjr to nur Chase thos-e lots at the pnue indi jc'ated. 0 Regina's Awful Disaster XLY A WEEKS AGO we commented upon the wonderful grow Ui and ineti opol i tan a p pearance of Saskatchewan's capital. t Today all Canada, yes, and the Em 'tpire, 'and our friends to.the eouih of E the line, mourn the an fill disaster ;Which devastated that city on Sun- Regina, which has advanced in ,n few years from a small towii, joked about as the muddy hamlet upon Pile .O'-Bo'nes Greek, ,to in Saskatchewan in population, capital .of >..the and outstanding as .one of the. most siibstantial cities in Western Canada, with its skjsciapets, ..modern conveniences, beautiful T. and costly churches, is in distress. It has sarious cidono knonn in Canada's tfistory has throw n to the spine.of its most cosily and handsome .worse tlmn that, lives have been Ipst. to an extent almost un- paralieded in any Western'Canadian Kegina is dazed, but those of us w lio the Regina spirit '.will .readily concede that.lle- gina will use its sorrows and face the fatui e brav ely and hor-e- firilj The disaster means the loas of millions of rnones but 'towers above n set- back- of .this kind and Regina will re- build and advpnce The sympathy of heart of evgry vveste-n cammvinity, ot ev erj Canadian prov jnce, of every ppniinion. .Empire and may ue speak also foi ev erj sfiite of the American Union goesj out to the cyclone w recked city ii kind Provideu bless it and fill it with courage in i hours ot and sorrow nouiluK ftoin our uyjnpa thj for oiir lollow oicntuica Wo each of us do our best, as far :is [loSsible, by word or decd.Uo allny., attend- ant Iminmi sufforlntr.' thtio it need of uome t6 Otir'foitli fill that IB next viitblu prevent our noblest, stiticu .from becoming dulled and cut' tell? Don't Worry-About the Crop UXLSSS some uufonieGix tiont. dot clop Sotithcti) Alberta ifa tcitain to hunost'a cioit, a bumper ciop Durlns the period of very hot tlicr ft flflo mfliiv-ol us bccamo oven some; became 1-jtauloky, but ft do H lipart ami pn his faith In otu pqiiMUlUles ns an thbv took a tiiji out iu tho country and.) tlio drop for Uicnisehes Sltrt nt How Island and edition eat to Ihis .into o) liv iTnin, and thta is. rofreshUrs the seven.! which heavy as far, as the Hat, ciicd the appearance of tilings. That rain practically settled the certainty of a crop worth boasting about. But it is evident that that rain those :Crops ,were 'standing the beaming hot, sun and ture wonderfully well -that faith ju.-our: own sojljs Intensified, LfitjUs briefly the" conditions as Lhejvappear-to >rldge east to Persons 1m nedtatelt around this "cit> and east o BarnweH, the hot ;-spelI had tlie most oftootubut not buflkient to put bj a gloat 'laboi all tho uas east tct tho Instillation to ati4 cltcei. AH fho oops, farmed, look Tlio 11001 faruiei Is iu ROL ashamed of U'm- seli and alter hh} methods dvget out of the co'imlrj, Iw, sues his "netjjlt'bor'i, grainy a" neifect btaml, a flno'cbloi artel nionej maker, and gi irtrt on lus own laud, poor niul nenklj looking ouiiip to ouieless ploughing, Southern Al- lieita in thV'Jwiuls ol famieit> can product ciops In ear of auful itasters 5, No celebrations, rybody happy. Ixiti.'olt rain. Ev The summer months are en for the hum of con- dition, on Saturday registered more otes than most men do. in a IJfe'time, Those ueie great ceiehra'tions rday. The farmers "say., they never ad such a grand time; Kegina moiirns but it will not allow self to be crushed into hopelessness: ivill rise and go forward as of old. The torces of natuie hiiie once ore triumphe'd man's master- g in, a tq one face to Mth the. Omnipotent. The year 1012, seenis hent on set- ig a record for disasters wind artle the cuilued ttorld" from one d to the other. make there wasn't an inspector about. Some of the'country between-Seven Persons ami Winmtied and n strip of country'south of Bow Island was hit by hail last Thursday, bul it is generally expected that the.grain will recover and" make a crop. Lethbridge might bend efforts to get a flax" mill here. There is.a big increase in the flax acroa'BOi .'es- necialh in the coiintn east, it all Icoks good too. and Rax.-should hc_ a .bumper yi-ald this year The rim has once more bi ought smiles to thtt faces of the famiers The in on it too. Jiist let .us forget .that old stock .story, 'We'ie had bard years, The License and the Circus IN SPITE of fact that Loth bridge is throning aside s'nad- dling clothes and taking on the a city pretensions, it ..seems that the men at: the head of affairs will persist in clinging to sdm-a .tillage, ideas which were better "dis- carded at this stage of the game than .later. T ;Ta_ke for instance the license 'sys- tem in Jl is true that a svs- tem of licenses seems to be the only to control some lines of busi but there are glaring eak aesses in the license in force in Lethbridge at the present time Just wh> bakers should be a twentj dollar license seeais to be they themselves _nor ihe general public can well un 'dersrand. But probably the most spring in- consistency is in" of circus .licenses Twice during the spring, the circus uuheU hate tisit ed the cih In each case they took but .of circulation many hundreds 'of dollars which might better have been -kept at; home to in the de- velopment of the an-d distrn than to be'put into the pockets of travelling oulj in terest in Lethbridge is to get awa "nith a little monev And what these shows or ci cuaes ghe Lerhbndge m Par kers Shows oasd the magnificent sum of twenty dollars for a sis da s' stand The 101 Ranch paid Uentj five do] lara privilege of showing here Caustic comment !s frequently heard on ,the street these days abou that 'itate oi" affairs, the business men especially expressing their disanprov al in no uncertain terms There is something materially the matter license bylaw "that this should happen There is room for a vast improvement''in the make-up of the legislation governing licensing and a meeting between the Chief oi Police; and ;'the License Committee of the Council would prrobablv uncovei .some of which'.ex- ist, alirt lead to a new bjlaw which would not play quite so easily into the bands of outsiders looking to Lethbridge for a. few hundreds of easj money. How Shall we'Regard it? PEACE of Sabbath lay "upon the citj Tn its churches n-re assembled men and women to 'render and thanks to the Deity to they owed all Out- aide ivas a gay arraj. of Haga and of} ;er symbols of .rejoicing, marking (he an auspicious occasion. For pn the morrow was to join aeent the inscrutable norkg of the Al a babbling ness So }s man, from time to in the wisdom of Providence-made-to remember that li js impossible for him to rely entirely on hiarown cf torts Thfa in the onij spirit with which we can endeavor to fathom what nlUat tlie other cities, towns, villages luirtiiets of Canada in celebrating Day. It Was a time when men's minds -were betvt on thoughts human Hreatneas, Greatness, so fai as tliib land i'? concerned, m the magnitude of UK progress ;vnrieais of age A.lberta vul! have its n a month or so Quite a lusty in 'ant for such a young parent And hou rapidly it grows, too Tlie Canadian west boasts of man) ;reat possessions, but the cj clone is a straj visitor He was never here before and no don't want tc hear of im again e According to the leports from the Panama 'Canal in Calgary, th> business meh oi the west are bent on lifting the 'btg business" of Canada r up'-bodily and moving it to the west Some ot at the Pan- tuna Canal conference in CdlgdT) the otbei daj appaiently as warm 'as some of the much discussed waterway itself J Just as if thtfe 'WHS not enoagh trouble at the 'Deraocratic'Tcbnvehtibiii Champ Cialk had t6 leave his desk and huirv to the- scene Champ hna ceitainlj developed into the original little [rouble maker during ihe past couple of years "Needless Io say he is from Nine hundred boy soldiers will in- Calgarv todav It is the first ime the cadets have ever had chance to show what can d6 thej get out m force, but it von't oe tho last if any thing to say about it. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuUding: P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The weed inspectors may be busy mt There is enough SniwUrd in tho le.ds along the railroad tracks to On the umptj umpth ballot some body or other was nominated Reidb like something that might come out of a page of records of some'cdnven- tion of suffragettes 'to nominate a didate as Ladv High Window Snmsh- (Chicago Tribune) One ma> learn from the Calgary erald that T R li "no bigrer than is leading support, which" iiicludes arncs of BijrfiAmeri ana knon c'vin lesi of Canadian pon The Thty m Anyway (Lake 'of Joseph -P. orre and Mjaa Pattjine fDoctgcli ibok ace In St loseph't chtrrch last Wed Although the 'nearest elatHes uerc Invited, as witnessed by R fcit-ge number of lends and acrtu great in Intellect and worldly went clown In a moment before vlnlblu forte fn the ons edl- ficnuJjUilt for ill time were pulled On m lijble one in i the human humBte or who ere, nil down, an before a mighty noythe, Ola The Enraptured Rtporttr (Hopkinsxllle, Ks New Bra) II mor ioj alirt ralrth and tisic, mot and kUied each other, it as _ surely here the chimes of iur stroked file hour, the sweet rains of Mendelssohn s tedding arch floated throueh nir alonly tho bridal part) delcended'lhe and look their places. The a picture ot beauty, defended tlV unattended, At the land- met b> (ha groom 'ami rtejf went to the 'Just POT a Tohr O Krater, Swatum! (Chicago Tribune) brother, sw'at' Swat with care Swat every fly ttiat 'flies in the.tlr; The bluebottle fly with the gogglj stare; The lady housefly with tho germs in her hair; The lam barrel him nh The big horsefly bit the old gray mare: Swat, brother, swat; Swat .with care Suat and and Snat and swear ttfur a Wu marriage bell. impreaihe Hcrvice M! if softly, MtcDorrcl'i a A Marriage Not Made in Heaven 0r L D Peaslee of Fajeitt, announced recently that human I'ace rerjuircd a flurbank. ''It becomes more more appar said Dr. Peaalee, "that rlago law s need revising Certain clergymen, now rd.fnae to marry coup- les without etean bills'of health. "This IB a step In the right direc- tion but I would go farther. I eliminate many other maitiage evils "Some 111 mated people, right themselves. "I.heard ot a young musical-com- edy star who. had. just divorced her octogenarian husband. the old gentleman didn't turn oirt the treasure you said the manager on her return to the Mage. "Shrugging .her pretty shoulders, the girl replied' r 'No: nor Two Excellent Investments 1 320 acres of first class irrigable land one nlilc from Coaldalc Station, 200 acres In alfalfa, 100 acres in gfraln, good house and outbuildings, several thousand vcrj attractive tieea, Price''per acre Terms caih, balance six per cent interest. This IB an excellent, opportunity of purchasing one of the vei> faims in-the trict, and we have no hesitation In recommending it Us location alone insuicb a fateady increase in value 2__go acies of fiist cla-os yiigable land, unimproved, T miles fiom Lethbridge full water right Price pet acre Terms cash, balance 7 equal annual instalments, intereit 6 per cent. Tor full particulars regaiding tlie above propel lies and other Inlgdblc farm lands, also Lethbridge citi lots, apply fit the oittce Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C.P.R. Agents 1343 Employment SEE Harris Olson If you requite help or if you arc look- ing for work. Phone 1412 RHONI Martin's Baggage. Transfer Western Canada Agency. Ltd. Carry in Stock CAPS and FUSE, DLA1TINO iATTEWIES 'PAINTS, OILS AND GHEASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HoXIE PENClNO PCERLEtS ROOFIfvlG IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPM BOLTS, NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETf., ETC. QUOTATIONS CHECftFULLY'CIVEN f' Western Canada Agency, Ltd. E, FIRST AVE. LETHIMIOCE, ALTA. ;