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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD' Friday, July 12, 1912 LETHBBDGE DAILY HERALD by ThtVUthbrirfg. fcUroid Iiwful waning at lii Stxth'Strilt, Alb.rti, BUCHANAN 1224 A, 'Maniolnfl 'Director T.'V OUAYLl JOHN TOBRAWCE Builness Manager PHONE) Adv.rtl.ini Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY 1UBSCRIPTION 1 year, by mUl ............ROD d........JJ-OO 6 3 months dBllvorjd.........II. W. t month, by mall 1 month changed, as often desire! but both old THK DAILY HKRALp FOR SALB.'AT Medicine M. North'am. BookiStort: J. G. Robertson crunbrook, B. and; Jackton fc Co.; fudraTHot.J; People1! Store. Younj Ha i Co.: X. W. J. Mitchell; milton. Plnoher B. D. L. SlcCrea. Tiber Wesllafce Broa, Cardeton Alberta Dmp Book Co'mpany. Firnle'8. C. Parcy Seal. Crunbroek, B. Atchlnion. L. Helnatka. Diamond _v City Drus Co. Vancouver, Wida Naws Company. A Brown, Street. Jnmleaon News Co., 705 Riverside Avenue. Also on.jtl C. P. R. Tralni THE WEEKLY HERALP Published averv Wednesday In elffht or inbrejpaares, and contains a summary of the news of thft week, -local and district. 1 year In.advanje 5 months In advance .......50c. t months In advance ......76c. Hole Is still a jjooit bowler. Ills tlio lirol lio'w laud tlllns olllco create scoro Is Improving ovoiy time bo con tests Hosiiia. The Consorvntiv'os cim't kill reel' 'holding .'back the natural rt'soiirc'es 'from Saskatchewan. Kogcrs will ho sorry now thnt.-ho liiiKctl' tlio Saskatchewan, cam- paten. banquet lo Bob Ilosors at tho opening of tho Saskatchewan cam- pnlgn was a Jonah. C. E. D. Wood, nirold.'tline-iMac man, contested Canuinpton, as n Con- servative. He Is sltll minns the three letters of the alphabet at the rear'of his uame. St.' Thomas, Out., has been offered, natural gns at 25c per That's the wholesale 'price. The city must operate the system, put In the mains and such like. I.ethbritigc.: is..the right-place for Outside of Cnlitnry this city croa inoro busiiH'ss for snch an oltlco.lh: any ottjer point or three jiphi In Iho In opjiosltlon Dennett' preach politics but in '.power ho ko around Uhreatcnlns people that .won't got anything unless vo Tory, liow tlio goody .'goodie! ha1 tumbled: Tho St. Thoiras Times Bays Mnji Thos. Ueatlio won't do as ,a senat. to succeed the late Dr. Wilson- of S Thonias, and It puts' forwurd'.'. tl name of A. A. Mclntyre, but edlto lally ndvocatea a newspaper ma mentioning W. S. Dlngman, of tl Stratford Herald, and W. B. Durgoyn of the St.'palliarinoi Standard., Who It comes to talk 'of newspaper me for tho Seriate, why not put Phil Ho1' yer, of the Kldgetown Dominion, t ex-.M. P. P., In that body, rfe wou bo an ornament" to. It. Oat guet however, or an o P. will be the .choice.' Saskat SASKATCHEtt 4X gn es the an sfter Reciprocity is not Reciprocity was the real is file in-the fight and it Is upheld most emphatically, The Scott government's record was the campaign cry of the Liberals was "Larger and Better and wherever it was the people enthusiastically acclaimed ft. On the other hand the Conservative party made the issue "HauKain .and with the threat that Saskatchewan would In the next Dominion campaign, and i it win not meet with the fate that befell it in September last. The people realize the United States market is a. necessity- and they arc hound to secure entrance into it defeat of the Censer vatives means the political annihila tion of F, W. O. Haultain. is a man of ability hut he, evidenced hia weakness when he turned on reciprocity and lined wlthiBorn'en and made the pair theVisstie ;in Sas katchswan. In the days'1 when1' the get its natural resources unless the Scott government -was defeated, though 3fT. Borden had declared clear- ly, and unequivocally that if he was returned to power, Alberta and Sas- katchewan would be given their nat- ural resources. The type of campaign jiuisued by the Consenatues is best illustrated bj the speech of R B II.PJ at Saskatoon, -when he that Saskatchewan wouldn't 'lie given Its natural resources as long 'acTa Liberal'government was in power the Saskatoon would get -the G. T, P. into the -vital issue in that it elect- '.ed a Conservative, Homestea'ders foreigners bribed these .efforts- were "of no avail; .Tlie electors" stood loyally and al- jimbst unanimousljf by the Liberal gov- and reciprocity> The result means that "larger mar Itets" is bouud to be the battle, ci; Shop at Home the shortcomings of the municipal authorities, discussed H( at the meeting of the Business >'lfen's Association, is one which calls particular attention and criticism. (D.I.t is the practice of the city purchas- vfor supplies to outside firms. This is a.'peculiar ivaj- oC trying to build up I the city by those whose first and fore- "oaost should be to further Its development (t .Unless tbere are; strong- and cogent reasons the action, of the depart- ment the procedure must be condemn ed, not only as improvident, but as 'highly It, -isHmprovi- dent in that there is a thoughtlessness j with regard to local concerns which .with their money, paid in "rates and .taxes, are helping towards the upkeep the city. It is reprehensible he- cause the mode pursued looks.; un- t commonly like robbing Peter to pay Paul. The Herald for the mo- oment, advocate that ;thc city purchas iping department should be bound at any cost to deal with local firms, for, that measure is the let- there must inevitably follow ppmethmg in the of a holdup But it maintains, amUstrongly cateR, that, have a fair deal The i authorities are, or t should be, familiar with certain han (Heaps Ih >ay of heavy fieight nd'local conditions, njt present 'at any rate, arc unavoid- able, which unfairly press on local business men. Hcfore deciding :on their contracts these should be fairly considered and estimated. It is festly unjust and unfair that our local '-merchants .should be made to. Buffer The Church and Social .Problems I Toronto-Globe) Thfl story of how Unity churc Moutclair, New'Jersey, became a po ur in the community Is a r markable article.in the World's Woi for July. The church was, like'mai another all over'this continent, dyl of dry rot. Its people decided ip mak it a "seven-day" instead of a day" church...There is scarcely a sh of the life in ilontclalf; that it doe not now touch. Naturally social pro leuis bulk largely in Its activities, fo Unity church has learned the meauin of the words: "Thy will be done o earth as it is in Two examples of the practical met sures taken 'by the people of Unit church to 'bring about reform ai "Before the we are told "Alr.jWIers read the church 'notices ind (hey were as, much out'of th commonplace.as his theme, Listen-f Ten-hour BiJI, ..lliniUft the labor of women to ten hours Liberals 'were in power at day for -six days a week, 'was los last.' year; It has been reiutroduce Bill. It is Senate Bil Xo 61 The opposition to it is greai ;More" than twenty states-hare e'cjua or greater protection for This bill should be sup a' thoBo'iwho believe in the of and-human resources Senators Edge, Nichols, am Gerhaidt of the Committee on poratibns; to whom it has Do it at once for the com TOitipG Is to make its report Tuesdaj, "Hera is anotboi notice The Ways 'and, Means Committee of Congress held a hearing, January JO, on tin Csch Bill to prohibit the iise of ulutt phosphorus m the jnanufacjure fco The heaiTng shouei U'a-i 'the.c'ommltfcee members were ignorani of the menace and nature of the dis ease caused by u hito pnosphorus They did not believe it a matter of much consequence Writ-a to Con gressman Tov naend about the bill Let -Unity Church dp, all'it can to ward abolishing 'phossj What an irresistible influence -for ;ood the churches, of Canada eouW alr-pg similar Sines to thoES on this Nen Jersey church is moung' what a deepening of the spiritual life "of church members would follow 'systematic efforts not merely to lessen the-evil social conditions, but to se cure permanent, betterment of ;the conditions that As Haultain federal Interference in provincial affairs, and he led a rights soon' as the power, he cast his old policy'fo-the winds and asked the Saskatchewan electors to return 'power -in' order to "assiBt Mr. .His attitude pnned his insincerity and he has -heeu placed on the Supi eme Court b_ench of. Sas- katchenan T whaf about Hon. Robert Rog cis9 The Minister Interior rjado it his business to try to iun Saskatchewan He that it, he coukl do so it iut him a higher pedesial as' ar leader, and also that it would set back .mhnijjj the senn He failed in the Hon Robert is a! weaker and a wiser man today. r inent for circumstances over which they have no control. On no body is it more incumbent to shop_at as fa> it res sonably-can, than on the civic cor poraticn if the matter is looked- atf from a point of department I injustice, in that the local houses are-the largest ratepayers. If It. is argued that bj adopting the proced civic expenses would tend to. be- come inflated, even it -will re- sult iu.'those.Tvho call the tune hav ing In the greater measure to paj the piper, ButTve doubt that there would be any appreciable rise As things stand at present the citi- zens' money is'sent out oE the city Does the possible saving effected counteract the loss which such money going outside the city must certainlj entail' Has the city purchasing de- partment-viewed the matter in this light' If local firms hate been dig criminated against to an unjustifiable extent, then there are solid grounds for indignation. If there Is to landed early one morning Rt-a-HUl town In the oil Oklahoma of the bus driver. '.'See that millinary shop ove asked the driver, .pointing i building near the depot. "You don't mean to say- they sel whiskey in a'uiillinery "es claimed the drummer. "No; I mean that's only plae here they don't sell said the bus man. Uncle Harris, tho old negro swam Col.'Siemmens.of Montlcellp, Ark; approached the r.Colonel one morning and said: 'Could jijw Jemnie Into jo die lonary a mlnutje, Kuhnel'" replfqd' the Colonel, 'what do you want the dlcflon iry', replied the old daTkej, "j idd fo im title dene iboac me last nighf ft) gran' high worthy imperial plem iQtentiary, ikes me dat ouuds jes a cheap -WHO W f a buzz machine red 01 blue .Costs a nd it dollars too When ,i bigpitiwfces to smash f a young sits in the driver's seat While the engines wheeze.and throb low soon will he get to Easy Street f the white a V.a stack; And the hour is, half-past two; the bojs the clock liands back And the limit Is one blue; f the midnight oil.holds out. to burn Till the chips rack are Vho'H be the boss''of the big'concern In. a couple of years or so? Mhe .lobsters broiled are two ffij.fiVi And the bubbles'are given a quart H'S'.tweH'e o'clock when "guegts 11 rite f For a couple hours of sport, the host gets file a week Wiien thej lead in this merry sport 'honi will (he directors in the till IB on (he race And Mr VouQghub knows e can .pick cold To buj those new fall clothes, hp stakes his pajcheck for a guess On the horse draw.it down ho will wear the; last year's dreEis Instead of a fali cash comes in at five-a.day While .ten goes .out again; the great White Way, And we wake up at ten Or and lead The bojs in the'merry danc v Three Lots Corner on '7th Avc. S, (London Eouil) 'must be- sold at Queen Victoria Park, water, and electric 14th St., South, cast; a splendid uite for good house.., Cmi bo bail lor V ,V snap at r''-' cafch v TERMS For shoit time Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE i Suite 11! to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979, Phone 1291 i Several Excellent Investments Choice Bnilding Sites Block 130, lots 1-11 ,on 8th Ave. car tor-cor-, ners; inside ?600. Lots 72. 13. 14, 15 on car line, facing east, ?500 each. Block 29, 30, 31 32, 125 feet frontage on 6th Ave. car line, J2600 for tho four. all the nbove one-third cash, balance iu-6 and 12 months, Interest at 8 per cent. il Insurance We represent the Cana- dian of Win- nipeg, a company is absolutely, reliable and able to pay its losses Get nor rates and full particulars be- fore placing your business. Remember We are the sole the G. P. R. Le-thbrlcjge Brop- erties and, as such, 'can offer you ibiolutaly the in any. part of'the city, Be- fore making, any purchjuic, it ig eertainlj north your while to see our lUt of city propar- tiei and farm lands. LOWEST PRICES EASIEST, Wilson Skeith MONEY TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR ANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel CIP. R. Phone 1343 Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you. are look- ing for BEGIN BLOCK Phone PHONE Martin's Baggage. Transfer Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Carry in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAM ind FUSE, BLASTING PAINTS, OILS AND GHEA8ES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND.8UPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, TWO ind THREE PLVS BUILDING, TAR AND QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY OIVCN V t Western Canada Agency, Ltd. FIRST AVE. SOUTH ;