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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. THE LETIIBRIDCHJ DAILY HERALD Wednesday, July 16.1913 f i DAILY PHONIl N. 1224 DiCKMiER by rtiMlihfnfl Co, Ltd j W, A. BUCHANAN Maniflne T. W.'QUAYLB' JWanftQlno Wltor PHONE: AdVMtlslhi Circulation 4252 i I w-nthl. m.llf. ......1300 .......lie. ___ tea THE DAILY HIRALD FOR AT (Drug __ _ Twpla'i Pi Co; ft. ounr HunlltOB. Plnchtr B J Mltchtfl. D L McCrtm. Wcitlaltt BFOH. Ctrdrto Alberta Drue B.- Ptrcy Prur Co Vtnoobver, B. World Nftvs Company Bfowft Broun. H9 fth- Rtrwtt The Naivs Co, Riverside THE WEEKLY HERALD Published aveo Jn eleht or more nnd contains a .aurariuwy of of the week, local and district In advance 6 In'financ i months In advance OUR POINTtQFj VIEW, .Mnclood should prove an oitrnctivo city with its mills laxntlon. Over three hundred domestic suiashups -hi 'Spokane--In- six mouths. Hoiio luul-better. look to'Its laurels. Now whrit does our friend "Shorty" j Admits.mean ky those allusions to the Lethbridgc- civic adii.lnUtrttUon. Winnipeg had on Its best bib and tucker today the-Duko. but'Witit until you sec the Lothbrldge frills nest October. It didn't require a .special report, to ascertain' CmiVs .JUGlJlciency. to hold down the position; of conunls sioner in Calgary. The establishment of a.cold storage plant hero In the Shifts is a paittnl recognition of .the'strategical, position of Lethbridge as if point. It Is almost .impossible to- imagine Trade bo enough to such K' mi If id H! poltcj {In doors to .'the' press That mab who wave the lying Intel vlev a pipei rcpio sentlng thing as being thied nj In non lius> dodg Ing the blif Imi! stones fnlling .Min nesotn, The manufacturers 1m M come and gone.- they, they mere kept enough to ge the impressioir tim! this Is a city it uot (julto cleai they wore lobktns for building "sites or extended' markets. Lellibrldge will look foinaid A interest 'td the coming of the Caid ston choir next October tt be an etent of alioic than passing inter est. -May they sing lustily 'that ewcot R the Tie that the prosperous South that the of the Board of Countr. There is a Difference HRRE IS NO ROOM, nor is there reason for an editoria.1 i controversy over tup delay III the new post office and the campaign to get'a land titles olilce located here The subjects have no relation and therstiuatiou. as .regards both is cntirel> different The parlla jnent.of Canada voted money to start the erection of a post office at Leth bridge In reply to quest tans on the foor of the house the promise distinctly made that the building would be, .started 'early, this year. It is now well into July, and not the first move has been made to fulfill the promise made The truth is the post ofljce building is reserved to permit of it being dangled before the 'electors for, vote catching'purposes at thfe.electron.Avhlch is expected to be pulled off within a year All the in- dications ipoint to the premier return- ing from England with sort of juual It will be made the for dfssohmg the house Ihe Unionist party in the old countiy are already starting ito prepare campaign which monev was voted a the lust session, are being held up o all Bprts of and excuses AVork tvIllWhei be started during th progress oJMhe campaign, or the elect crs told to vote Ton or lose th building 'I hat the paitj teadeis an not above of appeal wai evidenced bv the speech ot R B Ben nett in Saskatoon the other nigh when he told the electors blimih tha if they elected a Grit the G. T. would not enter the city That is the si) le oC politics now in in Canada and it, is all to b covered over a gloss of imperial Ism and the Biitish flag used as the rtiapery So far as a land titles oflice is con cerneti, the province has not chang ed iis pollcv of No building hag been promised either a Lothbridge OL elsevvhpre The Herait believes that the best interests of the province would be served bj hiving a land tttleg office in each judicial dis trict "We'hopQ thatlhe government vvIH come to see it that v.aj and an announeepWTit to that efrpct made at the sessipn of the legislature When-'the.'change-in policy is made Lethbridge will get the office In the thunder and tie attempt will be made meanwhile all that can be done is to 10 swe-ep the country on some sort of wave of imperialism now in process of manufacture The real ieapon foi this appeal will .not be the navy. Pre mier Borden cannot hold. his National: ist follow Rig anil he wants a majority Quebec -The patriotic- fen or of the othei provinces is to be appealed to and this, with the control of the election machinerj and the great 'of 'office, holders is expect- ,ed, to secure the desired majontj incentive to .voters. to be real Imperialists a large number of public work up public opinion so the poticy of more land titles offices will be strongly endorsed. as as gone HIP Her aid his always been emphatic m ad of a land titles office for Leth bridge We do not need 4o declaie cur position 'at this late hour m the agitation i. The is diffeient Parlia men.; lias, voted the money, the site has been bought, and the electors should an> attempt at it being campaign purposes. Travellers' Tales THE! Grand Forks, XD, Herald "Colonel D f Hull, Great Northern, right-of w ay man, passed through the city jester- day on lits return from a trip to Al- berta 'Up in said 'every- thing is actuallv burning up, and at Lethbndge 1 never suffered so with the heat in m> life It was 97 light in.' the cars, 'while out on the platform It was 102, and still going up I feel sure unless there is some relief iip that thing would be burned up'" This statement.1-has -been ed inHhe Minneapolis Journal ot Titb 1, andMs. onpa gar various means used "States oi the A men can Republic In, their crusade for back exodus of farm ers into the Canadian West The de gcript'rn of Colonel Hull, to, cogr.fsant with the1 real In Alberta, will as fitting to be under the heading Tf leg .which, from the descriptive stories of Marco Polo, oKotlfer explorers of come to i e- girded as more or less fictitious and on a-'-level the exploits of tne Crop prospects everyu here, and particularly in the vicimtj 'of hridge, are most favorable Samples o-f wheat been brought into our office duilng the last few which are evidences of, the luxuriant growth all around Farmers are a happy lot these and wear on their countenances the optimistic smile Which distinguishes thnt children's toj, theAilleken Of rainfall, we had our'share, and if there is any bit- terness in the farmer's cup ofT jov it is the possible thought that transport atlon facilities will not 'be laige en ough to cajry the crop into the mar- wlth.the of ItH tin son, companies ate al- .reidy setting about to dealrwith the Means .a New Epoch (Xew York World) The nomination of Woodiow Wilso: for President means n new Democ racj It means i new epoch in Amei lean self-government. An Indefinite. Bylaw (Guelph Meicun) The new traffic.bylaw is rather in (lefinite. It state which hai Jhe. right of wa> when n full sizei babj carnage meets a go-cait. The Martyrdom (Washington Star) There can .be no further -doitbt o the sincere determination of Mis Pankhiirst. She has Ij clear that she would rather i than eat. The lyionty Power (Amherstburg Echo) the first thing that a prett giri learns is lhat It isn't always the the hand somest salary, To Turn the Tide (London Advertiser} There is an actual decline m iinal population jif Ontario of ovei It difght to he the Aim of statesmanship! toeUun tho tide back to the tajni Must'Show His Hand Now (Halifax Chronicle) Air. Borden has a good manj times since March, when jo-ned Wilfrid Launer in adopting the resolution for the estab ishment of a Canadian natj lie hrts jeen even thing by and he has men nothing Jong But now he has reached -the when he has to show his indicate what us ernment is wi'lmg to do to- sharing the tremendous burden f naval armanient which Great Brit- ain is compelled to earn to maintain icr supremacy at sea "Just Jofa_' sltualion, and r onij trust that theh efforts ma> prove succefsful The American. may, from its point of perhaps, be forgiven foi ot hyperboles furnish Baton Muiichausen With a temperature of 102, "still going American cousins if they believe the statement, must surely regard the peopte of Alberta as being human" salamander.', and would cease to render at the phenom- enon of everything being burned up To our nelghbofi, from pinning Ihoir faith to rich may at once tieclire that the col- oners description la a ex aggeTfttion. Let'them, come orw and things for; They "eturn, If thej arc abie'to force tnem- lelves to do so, with of a liar- peat that Is iclnj- to brMk all rc- coi respondents 'But tfie more exaggeration these Interest- ed scribes the better iMwill fee for Western Cnnada News readers, on the whole 'are an intelligent set of beings, and cannot bijf see the motive behind (those in flared a Intern en So what is intent] ed to be a warning w (Intend the othier way There is aucli a thing as ex ceeding Ihe hnilt, and once this is perceived by the public, pi ess reports he read vUth the necessary ginin 'Of salt. s Minnesota: and: North 'Dakota have been wind and (nil swept, but the Western press has not used the occa- sion for special reference in "cham- beVof gossip. Facts, such u -are fecordcd more in the spirit of sympathy than for tho draw )nf of cdnfrastg may content otif that, so long as tho what it Is, to inlending Stiitenlents like the one iave drawn attention to, must in' owi Where Djd Ke Lisrn This7 'Do jou play fair, ms little ay'' "Not always Tf I can get the ad- anUge of Jimmj I take it But I al- ways make Jimmy play fair with me, though "They're All Doing It" "Whj do you vear that strange tume? It looks like half mourning night "when 3on come' home from vour sou coraplajn of being half dead "I Explanatory J An Irlshman> mth a LhicJ head of hail, ias one dav the e of a img of KnglUh were endeavoring to "crack Jokei IAI hig ex- pense one of them, "jou've got a hair like a'stack of hayt" J' returned Pat unruffled, s just nhat I was that ac- counts for around v "The Ruling raced to the'polls In the chill dawn of election daj. In .her. haste" To' assert her .new preroga' tne she neglected sov-pra! of the fin Ssliing of her toilet. Setfiug hei toilet bottle sho-picked up the common pencil and 'proceeded to maik her preference Presently she w ered, hesitated, paused 'I'll have to do up my liau she said. "I can't so out 'street locking Hke this.' It was a full half hour Wefoi6 fhe next woman got a chance to vote Thoughti Tommy's: aimt'JKuU.called1 attention to some of that-young-man's mifidehieanors, thereby causing... .him to be punished fon.mj pondered a while, then asked "Papa, -will little be an aunt io -my-, chil- dren whan I am a man''" "Yes, answered the father much interested "Win do >ou 'Cause she might as ried ami have a home of her own, for I don t intend to lou to stay around iuyihpuse, making.troubla for my- Short-Sighted Irs De Troop (who is shot t sight morning, -Mrs Tour husband must be en fond o gardening I sxv> first thing moining down in the bottom o :he garden And how well he looks ,o be' Mrsi'SImpkinsuurned and slamnlftd the door in her neighbor's 'acs latttfp-i'Kghast, wenttto tel ler. told hei, mother, that-the .hinc m the onion bed was her bus "Of course I .did.1 Well, that s not hat s a scarecrmy h.er_ husband, He Solved It A tailotr with moie mgenuitj' than iducation had occasion recently to irder Two large ttatirons ot i known as the tailors goose" He cratchcd his some' perplexity -er the proper plural form to use "Two tailors he muttered1 That doesn't sound light at all Two ailors' sounds f it" He over the qytestion till it egan to worr> him suddenly right idea popoed his head ,He at down Please senii me'oiic ailora groscj nvy send olje" J Green negro gardener, a joffj fellow, "as emplojed at a school and the oys used to greai.-fun with him however, he nould too much for them with his re aartee One In the spring Sambo had been buininsf the in order to set rid of the gra-s A frme nlong, and thinking to have some fun ghaut ed "Saj there, to stuff" "Whj'-' inquired loplldd "It'll malte that grasa n4 you are Well retorted Sambo, "dat's all right, i'etr. grass Kill come tin be jus' as green as _ i you'j-c off color, a litllc'bit sickt yet oiiongli to call tlic doctor, wjint arc and safe family medicine, i can absolutely rely on That's medicine that dvertise Nyalt' Family Remedies I Look for the dandelion colored umppers and NYALB f The tcrmula of Nyal's Family Kemedles are all exceptionally goo'd and theft's a ipecis! Nial RemHy for moat ordlttary ailments, know to cfreellre. Wt Nytl what's AND .OUAP.A.NTEED BY Red Crow Drag lUokCo., Ltd. Here are three good ones Three K Four Lots L'ovncr on Till Avc. S, (London Hoiiel) must be sold nt Queen Victoria d'arkj-Avate'r, sower, and clccLric 14th St., facing (iact; a sploudld rorthrm good houses. Cm be' had for at- J f} short time TERM! Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS'OF MORNtNGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 V Several Excellent Investments Choice Building Sites Block 130, lots Ml ,on 6thx Aie car line, ?650 for Hail Vfe are the mile aacntt lor the C P R Latliiridfl! Prop ners; inside ?60U Lots 12, 13. 14, li on car line, facing cast, 1500 represent tho Cana dlea Indemnity of and, such, can you buys In anv part ot city. Be- Slock Loti 21, 30, a company vhlch making atay tt 32, 125 feel frontage on Otli car line, J2500 for rallabltt and certainly worth your to see ouf list of city proper- ICSIM Oat and ttrm lands. On all Ihe aboie one third cash, balance in and full 'PRICES', and 12 months, Interest at 8 per cent. Wilson MONEY TO, LOAN. f INSURANCES OF ''WITH Opp. Alexandra Hdtal C- P; R. rf I f i t i v i ei .f f Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you are look- ing for work. BEGIN BLOCK Phone PHONE Martin's Baggftge. Transfer r Ci i Carry in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS ind BLAtTINO PAINTS, OILS AND GHEASES, RUBBER IN _, SIZES, PACKINGS, JPOLI >ND SUPf BANWELL MOXII FENCING PIEHLCtl HOOFING IN ONC, TWO tilt THP.II PLVII J BUILDING, TAR AND NUTB1, COACH ITC., ETC. ..QUOTATION! CHEERFULLY Western Canada Agency, Ltd. t FIMT AVE. ALTA. ;