Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
4. HEKALD LETFBRIDGE DAILY HERALD V j MTAILWHIO .fukllihrt publlihlng Co., Ltd., tvtry 'liwfiil 1224 >W. A. BUCHANAN Managing DIncter T. W. QUAYLE Managing idltor JOHN TORRANCE Conidi PHONK: Adverttilna Circulation And J'ob _ 1252 OAflLY INSCRIPTION RATES' 4 ..1 b> mall 01 I months delivered .f... J3 00 4 6 monthi, by matt .TTV.Ti 5 moatlu J......U W ..-..it. hv 1 month Jfc 1 month, b> mill He i chunccGJaR orten ai aeiirefl. but botli new old KulresiiM must IM> jivon. THE DAILY HESAL.O-FOB AT Cross Pruff. Book J. G. Robertson Co Co.: Alax- andni Hotel; Peepla'B Drue Store. Co. R. W HamU ton- Fine her J. JMch ill: D. McCrca. Drue Book Company. Ftrnle B. -Beal. Msdklne M. Is'orlhain. Cmnbrock, B AtcMrson L. Relnocka. Diamond Plnmontl CIt> Drjs: Co B. Wide Company. Jamloscm News Co.. 705 "mrerslile Avenue. Ado 01 alt C. P. R. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published ovary Wednesday in eight or mora, pages, and contalns-ji summary of the news of tho local and district 6 "sf months in EOc J'Viday, July ,i, "iliV sljKk the tfoioiuiiieut dcm oiistifitlon fiiniib is tlie beat sign oi1 iHe progrcdthe farmer Ron't forget that the ratepayers are called on to on tho natural bylaw on the 16tii Have you made uu your iniud yet' It. U. Bennett goiio to Sas- katchewan to help Haultiiin, whom he ouco Initod. That should "lielp (ho Sto.lt sonic .citizens nre the spirit which 'iiiukoK foi lyoat and ,i cieat The} i credit to Canada und uu example to I Iho world i Yesterday.-WHS nomination dKy In Saskatchewan and next Thursday will I bo chocriin the niLsinanaKenioiit the provincial tele- phone system which 'threatens .t wreck the lloblin ueiii oaded on to the A con nission, like Adam's a con party. iirhpni th lama when the party really respon sible is called on'for a'reckoning. Th of -Manitoba cqnid not do, bet er Mian .follow (he precedent- which vas set upon the occasion alluded to ml put Sir Adahr out'of. ;tlie gnrdei Iso. "Just Tote' An Agitation on Wrong Lines HPHERE IS at the present time A being compiled n history of British Columbia to '.Mr IVattaburg, B. C., is contri- ;hutiug a .series :'of chapters on the. The Cranbrook Her- "ild has had .the pmilegeNof publish- ing the opening chapter Here tbe .author states that the lumber indus- m is the onh one left open to the ravages of ..foreign competition. This Jirough tie dumping of the cheapest grades of lumber hj American manu- facturers from the adjoining States of Washington; Montana and Idaho, enter Canada ,ree of According to Mr Watts, the Mills of B. C., having tlie world for theu market, do not fe-21 the results of the severe competition It is tho so compels the American nianufactur- interior mills for nhioh the provinces er to sell Tils product below cost price of Alberta, Saskatchenau and is not the more important point tor tobd form an excellent market that I consideration Banks cannot be com supplies "-used; Here is a grievance suffering iudustrv is seeking to rid.itself of by -foisting a. like one on the users of their product. And therein is a glaring injustice which protection affords to helo a minority at.the expense of a majority cheap luinber Is a necessity Instead of lor the placing of a tariff on competing pioducts ot their industry it must seem ufore reasonable and just for tlie lumber cqucerns.-to'endeayor to bring about, a diffeient agitation, thp "redue tion of duty On those articles neees- san foi use in their special imlnstrj The action of banks in apphmg the lash m cases of depression, course is said to be more severe across the line than in Canada, and are feeling the strain. This looks like (i claim for protection bj the interior mills of B C_ at the of the i prairie provinces That aspect of the question it is not our intention at -present to'idebate. hat strikes us is the answer given bv Vr Walts to the question Whv cannot Canadian manufactuiers make lumbar as cheaplj as their neighbors' It !S this "They can, although are handicapped-by a duty on all.the supplies they use." .This is part of ij the answer. But i't is sufficient to j show that where the shoe reallv pra- j ches is the handicap of duty on the pelled by jurisdiction to adjust their financial policies This is not good business Nor is it just that these methods which ire said to cause 'n lumber, should be'cbunte octed, as far as the particular B lumber Ju'terests are concerned, the lei v ing of have (surrendered at discretion abandoned tlie field do Eng lish ones Because the Can adians are themselves Americans lo all intents and purpose! The Ihh point of view is not theirs Rcciprocitj ax a political isiue may be dead or it may be only sleeping But the laws of -trade ami the volume of purchase and sale Scientific Deduction Frederick W. Taylor, of scientific muuiigement fame, said the other day in Philadelphia: "Two men stood a shovel at work; a clatter ;and (i roar the shovel .bit into a steep bauk, closed carload of earth and dumped'it train. -i.xfiiv'rii i drives, me, said the first onlooker moneter taking the bread out oC good men's mouths Look at It filling up those Rat cans "than a bundled men with picks could do it' "But the pnlopker shook hi headland here, mister if it bo better id emploj a hundred men with picks and shovels on this ]ob, would n't It be better still, bv vour way pi with forks and ifiloj men tablespoons7'" Where the West Begins Out Twhere handclasps a little .stronger, J Out where a smile dwells ji little lon- ger, That's where the West begins. Out where the sun. is a little brighter, Vhere the snows ahat fall are a trifle whiter, Wheie the bonds of home'ara a, wee bit That's where the West begins THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 .Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 over the more or l imaginary boun dan line is bound to go on Increas ing, no matter nhat impediments in tlie shape of customs houses are set )ut where the skies are a trifle bluer, ut where friendships a little truer, That's where the West begins, ut where a fresher breeze IB blow there's tough ter In Streamlet lip wins, Wheia there's more of reaping and less of i That s where the West begins Out where the svorld is in the mak ing, Where fewer hearts with despair are That's where tbe West begins, Where there's moie of singing and less of sighing, Where there's mot'e of giving and less of buying, And a man makes half That's where the West begins Chapman. 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