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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnBRIPGE DAILY LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ItTAILIIHID OpLCJMtiR Publlthad by Harsltf Publishing Co., Ltd., tvary Iswful WMlng at Its LMhkrMfa, Atbtrti, Canada. W. A. 1UCKANAN Managing Dlrattftr.. T. W. OUAYLI Mansglng Idllor JOHN TORPUNCl Nswa PHONKi Advertising ClrculsllMi And Job ,1252 DAILY IUISCRIPTION 1400 few 3 months ........II W 1 month 1 by null S months, by mall 1 by mail 1309 He changed as often aattred, but both BCW aid old addresEM muitt THC DAILY, HIBALD fSR AT J _____ Creo'Dnif t Book store, J O f. Co Jackson Co Alex- andra Hotel, People's Drmr Btore um t Co, K. W. Medleltit X Northam Cranbnok, B md Atchlnson L. Reinecka loua city Plnener 1. MUchal: B. L. McCrea. Broa. Vaneouvar, C Wide Ftrnle B. Seal. .______ A Brown Street Jamleson Xaws 3o., 705 Riverside Avenue. Also Tralni THE WEEKLY.' HERALD Published ev try Wedne5dn> In or pnxav and ccntatns a the summary of tic :1 year tn advance f> monthE in .11.50 75c week, and district J-months In advance Klno'giowlng tlilt. Great It seems latliei out ot phce that for Ityw 18 a time should Impott that com to spud 'oui. Not buttodav modltvi fioii) tho louth as we Monday. July L If those showers continue, Vancou vcr will havo to look lo its laurels ai the original 'wot" cltv or thiT west Lothbrldge Is coming M'hat do jon think of tho pioposed o.xlonMon C41 tho citv's boundaries' That Is tho Question that you, Mr. Ratepsjor, should make to an svver It 1s a big question wtikb will be ansueied bj sllciue on vour part. "Is In bloom' wlres'thc Win- nipeg fiee Press to Its Lethbridgo coriospondonf What a stllv question Everything ls lii bloom ,In Suiuiy'Sou- thern Alberta to the n-eods on OUT Calgarj people will be burning nat ural ias Mand on Julj undei stood 'tho> ,liad a prettj brand -up fair .tax, ag fur as experiment has gone In Alboi'ta, Boonig 'to. na'vo tho Undencj to double the rlcs of the'v-tovvn' und village.fathers all is too em I) >ct to judge as to Its prac- tlcabflit) ID ton us of two or thre tllOLIS Uld, i ft Ilendeison Puik lake piomlses the'leal Island 'ot Let bildgc 'Jhe cUv Wild loto uo mono bj making tho tesort npiodiMe fo all populai amusements nsuall; ii ludged In at Mich places and :lng: a man or a staff of men in charge There Mould bo no likelihood of a losing: and sure to swell the street ral wnj receipts when the s.vutem begin operation. Others fhink Is It So Awful- (Okotoks- Advance) hen ou meet a man from Leth iridgo ask him if he iaw a drj :armer and then prepare; Aid to Home Industry THE SUGGESTION of seieral ot tho members of the Board of Trade, that a raining section should be formed is a good one, and should be -followed. It is a fact which is n'of-tb 'he denied that the Board does not: :pay any attention to the greatest inrfustrs Lethbndge has The coal niinesMn the immediate vicinity of this worth a whole host of smaller industries over which the Board is worrying because they do not seem inclined to locate here just now There is one thing which in dustry demands, and that is The coal industry stands in just as ranch' need of a good market'as a-flour 'mill or any other of the dozen Indus- tries -ivhlch locate in Leihbiidge to come. But-outside of endeavoring to attract more people to .the country, and thus; build up a market right at home, the Board knows almost nothtns about the ket to which the Lethbndge coal mines loos No doubt the mine own ers are veryi.weli .able' to look'aUei maiKets. for .themsehes, and -indeed thev hate shown their energj in this regard But that does not absohe the Boprd of Trade from taking a hand in the matter, and throwing in its: influence, and that-of the city it. represents; in an endeavor to extend the markets. '.There .is.-.tha matter of freight rates on coal frrnn the big coal fields at hand to Manitoba which mnsht well be taken, up. American coal almo'st the' whole of the Manitoba market. Has the Board of .-Trade look- ed into :tho Question, and :found out if a reasonable reduction in fi eight rates on coal vould throw that market to Alberta :mines, where-it properly be- longs? Then there is the question of sup pljmg the market which win keep the mines working the jear round Is there anj possible wav to the present condition of affairs which compels the closing down of the mines in part for three or four nioiiths in the year? Thesev are questions which might ivell be 'taken nn, by. the. Board of Trade It Is quite within their time ind with a lue mining section to gather the necessary data on which to base a case, It seems quite possible that some relief of the market trotlb :lcs mentioned might be found. 4t any rate experience has taught that it is better to make the most of what industries are alreadj establish- ed than to chase mjths m the form 01 industries which might posslblj locate it the inducements are suffic Turning the Tablej Herald.) Heie are equal rights ftith a len ;eance A woman at Binghamton has iecn sent to prison for beating her husband. When Prudence Comti (Chicago Record Heialdl Prudence Is the thms that gener alh cojies to a man after he gets too old to need it. The O.rie.Thing Wanting (Detroit I ree Preis) 'Jennings Brjaas fa miliarity. witlL the ecriptures, doesn't teach him to forgive his enemies Not to Hur[ at Him (Montreal Herald) Mr Brjan is evidently popular in his home town Enthusiastic admir- ers of his have stolen the pavement outside his door and blocks as souveniis, Bill Keep the Different Metaphof, Same Njeanmg (Vancouver Province) I am fighting a lone hand and I am going to flght_U out. to theleiid.' Theodore Roosevelt, 1912 I im ploughing a Inne furrow, and I am going to plough nUa tha end Lord Rosebery, 1897. "Yes 'What 'He vv anted to'follow a profession thiit would furnlbh him with a gooc excuse for out Ute nights, think." Getting Home A great .Fieuch divine, preaching a sermon on .the duty of wives, said, see m this congiegation a woman who has been icpeatedh guiltv of breaking hei matrimonial pledge of obedience to husband and to point hei out I vxill cast mv brevhrv at hei head He lifted his book .md uumedfatel) every married-woman's head congregation-ducked. He Overplayed It Hello, Billv old pal was George "vl Cohans cordial gieetmg as a vv-ell vaadeville performer was ush ered Into Mi Cohan's dressing: room one nighl. "How's "Irack a trifle slow justp George. I m laying off this" an- swered .the vaudeviller "Laying off' Gee vihiz' I had tabbed foi one of those cut ups' thai worked right through the 365 squares on the calendar What about it9" ''Well, you" said the Idle one, '.'I've been hoosting sal- ar.v till I ve got It so high the manag- ers won t pay- it." lent ,tq ,the attention of the men behind them One King, One FJag, One Speech Had No Insurance tTpronto Globe) The Dominion government should at once make a liberal grant to -the sufferers from the Regina, cy clone. The absence fcf insurance mtjs THE PEOPLES' FORUM volve verj gj-eat harfihip to" "hun dreds of estimable people; Itf NO COUMin in the world the matter of language of mor national concern'than in Canada "This is obvious in the fact that! are representatives ot. almost ever tongue spoken in Eiirope 4nd, more orer, this country is, engaged on vv be termed-a national mission The of 'nstiiling into alien British ideals, amalgamate of polyglot units into a national whole In older to accomplish this there 1: nothing mpre essential than the jre sejvation English as the one m guage marking the speech peculiar to a nation, as the word is defined ,In Quebec, we are aware by (he noteworthy: utterance of Dr.: Heaumc, Minister of Public Works, and through the spirit which sUH cop'-in- that a certain element, of thsj nation desires to Keep up a dividing line bj agitating foi the teaching of the French language. There are Dr Reaume's words at the session of the French speaking congress, in the Uni- versitv of. Laval "Before leave this congress we should make a vow raise and educate our children in 'the French matter what x pjrt of Canada vve live in" The purpose maj, possibly, be one sentiment. But nevertheless it IB a dangerous sentiment if allowed to gain ground, Foi it suffered in one case it may just as eaailj be concede! in otheis, those who hav_ come here from other Unds, and wish to preserve their language and it; their characteristics If so, it must be apparent that we should soon ap proach the Tower of Babel stage. -The teaching of a dual language has been a contioversial subject so far as present history of the Empire is concerned. We have seen a like agita- tion in South Africa as to the tench- ing of Taal m the new I) acciuued por tJons of This we are aware has been conceded as of diplomacy, and, alongside with English, the Dutch is taught But this illustration does not afford an argument, for the: practice here. .The ar.e ilisnimilar There "is nothing In the wny of a conVucred nation to be considered whose senti mente have to be appeased in ordei t'o bring trf pass the desirable fruits of a peaceful conquest Here vve are all CanaJinn's, itlu uo necessitj for the German or auj otneno ciisnnguisn We are in lhe.'.process, of being evolved into a homogeneous people The argument put'forward at the Laval congress that when Canada was ceded to England in 1763 French Can adians were a distinct nationally is enough to destroy any meut of jus tiflcation for its' demand That time las happily passed' and we are not now, as then, supdered, but n one national sentiment and one na-l :ional'aspiration It is the spirit -eal union amongst ourselves tnat ihould'at all costs to main aln, Whatevei Of sentiment ther may be in the present agitation be "md It, there lies a rearoh for .hlch cannot be overlooked Ther s an object to preserve a line of de laroation between French-Canadian nd others of the Dominion. 'This Ii hown a resolution-put forward eclaring that ihose French Canadian! ho leave Quebec should be directet 0 the Canadian Northwest and settle 1 parish groups There is an isola tion aimed at which militates agairist real national fusion We are accustomed to speak of a Motherland and this to all Canadians should have only one meaning To emphasize this there should be a ma ternai language. It must, therefore, at Isast appear incongruous to hear piotestations made that what is styled ,i maternal tongue which is not Bug. Itsh should he preserved. There" are no aspersions made on the loyalty of French Canadians but, as we pride oiirselves on being a not belonging to, but of the British Empire, let tnero be one dom- Establishing the Rep. (Calgary Alberlan) In one day recently the police mag- istrate in Edmonton disposed of eighty one cases, thlrtj of which were charges of drunkenness People m the northern cit} are apparently determined pRtablish the reputa tion im gaiety which is required of a provincial capital. inating language, and let Its teaching be the distinctive feature in all our schools So shall any element which may point to discord be eliminated, and one nuhe. represent. e and all will be strengthened belief'as to what we reallj I The school board learned to its sor.. Interloper Jrom the east are pouV- rovv that architects are not only good Ing money Into Saskatchewan to try builders but nlw good blllcrs The to swing the elections to the Tories. experience coat enough to last quite a Well, money been used before In c' Like Ordinary Mortals (Hamilton The Mormons are .accused of buy ing up every vacant :farm.Jn Southern Alberta However, if the money to put up for the land it is hard to see bowr they prevent- ed from making these purchases Doubtless" the persons who sell, if thev get their orice, hav p no objec tion i "Just fokt" _At the Actor Seel It Stage Is the propei method of procedure for becoming a great actor? Thc jears starting, 25 years starving and two years starring. Then begin ill over Satire MR-.; CUNNINGHAM'S REPLY EHitor LetbbridgVHerald: Sir jour Issue of the 5th inst SOU have a headline marked Dis tortefl Pi emier's1 'and pro- ceed with a half column article based' on a statement, made at the Board of Trade meeting last night The state ment as made bv the premier to me at the banquet on Saturday night is as follows 'Seventv flv c per cent 'of (he com- plaints about the Oalgarj land titles "office are attributable to errors' and delays in lawjers' offices in Leth bridge 4bout thirtv three per cert of the time ot the staff Cal gary office is taken up returning- doc uments for correction." I And the premier will not deny this- I note .the last clause the article which sajs that Mr Sifton quite ap preciatea the motive back 61 the state raont made at the Board "o'f Trade meeting. In order that thei e may be no misunderstanding as to the moti I will sav that the citj of has for years been endeav ormg to get a land titles office, have at the, pres-ent time a strong the Board collecting data, been to the, ,fro'm time to tiiie JSIj rei [for the guidance of tha to inVj-.. case ot complaint fMWW m their is, the only mafiVe matter up at lait lU add that JFr Why he it 'Do 1 understand that vour son ants-to be a i I that be sonall> anj par glaring tnalure to offer I should remarks itareojo me to complamtxof a hiwe orry f'J 0" at the moment our frM thc obtained premier's permis- unote him and above state- stands as presented Bj jmb- ng this letter you ivill alse impression'which might prevail, lours trnlj, E A CUMNIfjIGHA'vf AVlien .you're of color, a little bit yet, not sick enough JT call tlic doctor A ou want> a Mire and f t tamily uiecliciiie." A medicine that j If advertise can absolutely rclj on That's why Family Remedies Look for theAi The formula of dandelion colored wrappers and the name NYALft Ftmily Remedies are all exceptionally good Nyftl Remedj for most ordinary cverjday .we know-to be i- [ly ptcommand Remtdftt wi knew aOLu'Anu GUARANTEED BY j effort to retiteie a lost cause and .there's whlcl We atronpi what'a In'thti" Cr4ss Drug Book Ltd. i Here are three good ones Three Lots "Corner on 7lli Q 11601 14th. South, facing S, (London must be bold at -wilier, sower, and electric splendid silo. for three; good houses. Can be had foi snap short limp Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block PHohe'1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY __ v Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phon. 1291 veral Excellent Investments Choice Building Sites Block 130, lots 111 ,on bth Ave car line, JfioO for tor ners; inside Lots 12, 13, 14, 15 on car line, facing each. Block 29, 30, 31 32, 125 feet- frontage on' .6th car line, for the four all -the above one third cash, balance in 6 and 1" months, at 8 per cent Bail Insurance represent the Cana dian Indemnitv Coj, of Win a companj hich is reliable and able Get and fiill particulars be fore'placmy jour business Remember We are the sole -for the C P K Lethbridie Prop- erties andr as such, can offtr 3011 abiofuttly thf kuyt in any part of city Be- fore making any pugrhapc, it is certainly wHJlB to see our Hat of city proper ties and farm lands 'j MONEY TO LOAN f r INSURANCES OF ALU KfNOS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR ANC6 OFPICgS s, Alexandra C. P. R. Agents 1343 SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you are look- ing for work. BEGIN BLOCK 14J2 PHONE Martin's Baggage. 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