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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. THE LETHBRIDGE'DAILY TTEKALP Wednesday, July 17.1912: r tETCHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD DECKMBCH Hvrald PuhfUhlng Co.. Ltd., tvtry lawful it lUi office, Sixth ItMft, Albirta. Canada. VV, A 1UCHANAN Mannolni Dtrtetor 1224 T. W. QUAYLE Miniglni Inner JOHN TORRANCI PHONI: Advcrtlllnff Circulation And Job Doartmtnu 1252 ,14.M 1 yMr.br malt 13 W by mall J3.DB 11.50 jLaJrmM IB onw M but both HV u4 ell THI DAILY FOR BALK AT Midlctn. M. Northam T cranbrosk, B. AtcMMon Diamond City Drut: Co Vtitoouvfr B k Storr J- 0. Co Jnckioii, t Co store. ft W TteinlUcn. Plncher S. UltchtU. D. L. Alberu Company. I. Bui van aaut Brown, fltrwt, Co 7M A'IO ttl; all C. P. Pt. Trains THC WEIKI.Y HIRALO i year In 5 mOnthi In In or more paces. summary of tme ntws of the local and dlBtrict and a Tiontha In advmnes iilUon ,wati Biven, to OUA'of the friends of (Mliu-atloti In the'citv. 'Gnlbriillli hns! given'much of his Mm to ihls worthy. A Iliiroiis -.'armer 1ms Imports three carloads of sheet) from Moil Una. Ho will feed them on gummcr fallow. They 'will kill the weeds urn nialu1 money nt the sit me time The KckalOTin-Ikitch-SugKltt experlcn ctis are enlightening fanners as to the value of sheop fuelling in Ihfb country Western Canada is not gelling all the American settlers. Since spring sixty American fiunilies have to- cated.on farms in Essex county. Ont The people down east, will find they are the best kind of settlers, too awake, progressive and public spirited. Cyclones and cloudbursts seem'to lie playinp havoc all ovqr the contin- ent this yenr. Even Toronto bad n whirlwind of the tH mllo HIV hour var- iety the other day. According to the Globe it dashed the lake into foam, uprooted trees, tossed planks about, and for an hour swept along the water front and through 'the city streets Young Canada and Australia THE DBP4RTLRE of the an comer High School Cadels on a tour to Australia has mon than a local interest It is i plti that in "this'company there has no: been included1 representatives from All parts of the Dominion. Visits such as4his materially .in-bind' ing.together the relations of compon- ent parts the Empire by causing an interest in one another. It-will also tend to the creating of a rivalry in what is an Imperialistic movement. The further this is curried by the sev eral parts so much the better for the 'Empire as a whole. To the cadets it Trill prove a whole- some education, in the enlargement of view the trip will bring about. The tour ahead, of .them will open their eyes to the extent of 'the Empire of .which they are members, even though" It be just one portion of it which they are visiting. The preparations in readiness for welcoming them are on such a scale that it -cannot but raise in their estimation the calling and the responsibilities of -the Empire' move- .'ni'eht.in which "they, form a unit. It, "will- .home the] future that they are engaged in of. the noblest occupations a citizen can.be engaged -in, that of taking his part in. making ..ready, .for. any., emer- gency'or necessity which may be called upon to take part in at the time of need. This, not only so far as ,his own country is con- cerued, .but of that greater domain of which his {own land is only an inte- gral part There lull be brought about a union of hearts in that 'the Canadian jcadet movement x shares with, that'of Australia one' aspiration, The sentiment and are "the same. The boys who are going out Ito Aus- :raiia have'been made to fee! the im- por.tance-of their visit. They will, without doubt, make a good impres- ion QU their Australian brothers. In bidding them "bon voyage" this is the ies't we can wish the-m. Though be- onging. to Vancouver we may coil- r them representatif es of all Can- FOE there are thousands like henv in the .discipline and the morale of the cadet mave- iierit, will'-tUrit out citizens of whom rountrj will be proud Our contractors on civic work may be as honest as the 'day is long, but it will pay 'the civic officials to keep close eye on their wqrk just the same, Calgary has jusi lost through the carelessness of its offlc lals to the deliberate attempt to beat, the city on-the'part of con- tractors. "A .stitch in time saves so Lethbridge'should keep well in the look out. The Regina Leader pays a deserved tribute to the of Hon...las. A. Calder. Unquestionably Mr. Calder deserves 'most of the- credit for the great Liberal .victory in Saskatche- wan Ouliifc to thf illnosB of the mter his. chief nontenant directed af- falri nni! thai tu K B j-cmlus ntt un orpftnlxer and Id admit- tml on all sides. Mr. Cnlder ts iloslln- ed to be one of the great lendero of the Liberal party. llt> hug the ability, the force and reBmircofnliu'SB. !t took the Unitoil Stntes Sonato a long 'time to'clean Itself of the cor- rupt Lorlmer. Throe limes he wan tried by his -follow Senators and on two occasions lii; was whitewashed. Public opinion became so strong hoiv. ever that the Senators had to yield to It. Lorlmer' was unquestionably elected by corruption of the worst typo and ho well deserves the fate handed out to him. It Is to be hoped the action will have a salutary effect on machine politics across the line. It Is said 'thai when the Public Kn- irieK Commission finishes its'labors so far it has not been able to inearth n scandal against the late .Iberal adinlnintratioii at Ottawa- hat K. S.' Lnkc. late member tor Qu'Appelle. will be made a member if the Imperial Trade Commission in ilace of Hon. Geo. E. Foster. The result in Saskatchewan may drive Mr Lake to seek, n permanent that will last until "death do Ug part.' The Canadian Courier says ment, merger IB pleased with the re duct ion 'made in the duty on cement. It is the independent companies that are According to the Cour- 'tho big plant at St. Mary's has suspended operations. The Owen Sound mill has closed down. The Durham mill has, given up. Another of the. independent companies will probably go into the hands of a re> ceiver this are the peo- ple who are the merger The latter awaits the outcome with confidence. hat Otters Think Listen to This, Mr. Borden (Grain Grower's Guide) Jt will be as easy to reverse the Niagara Falls its to quiet the western demand for tariff reduction. Easy for the Jaga (Chicago Tribune) Considerable hotel, the Columbia, in Kalamazoo. It advertises "Elevators and telephones in.every room. Representation by Population that the people of Canada behete that his of last September was merely a catch vote and an accident. "Pre- mier Borden is. casting about for a policy upon which to go to the coun: try and if possible win..4 legitimate lease of noner H-e Js to ing 10 frame up a thai; find popu lar suppoit sufficient to eliminate his dependence on. the Nauomlist section his partj already has be come very embarassing.-to''Iiira. and his lieutenants are worrying'their minds to conceive some trade polic> that will stifle i'f not appease the cry for wider markets and at the same time enable the party to keep or friendly Delations the interests whom .they .cannot afford to .offend, Hon. Bob Rogers had-his man Hawkes try to work out some better immigra- tion polipy than that of Hon. Frank Oliver, and now-that Saskatche- wan, electors hare given to think on his own department instead of: interfering with he :may spend some little time trying to >vork out a-ne'w immigration and land policv that will popular. But -the poll ciee of the late government and their odministration of the various depart- ments were so satisfactory, that the new government has to find something that dlfflciill task- rill suit bette: But there is one plain duly that the government must perform hefore thej that new lense of power and that 13 to make a redistribution of the seats It is generally conceded mnong the fnithfnl -throughout the country that the government will go to the country as gcon as possible and reiJisti-Ibutiou bill be pasted; next session. In this matter the government has a hard task ahead of H The provinces from which it has reason to expect the Greatest amount of support rauit be ihorn of of their members K the pi in of representation bv population is 'sdfrtrcd to, Bruns nick and DtUiird Ishind, .ill Consenathe must lose some repre- sentation, while Nova Scotia is the that was Liberal last November that must. Icse any.: On the greater part of the Increase.'will come to the prairie pro- Borden and liogers after what .has befallen the western Tory leader during tbe last few months cannot depend on a solid Manitoba Which is showing signs of revolting against Rogers rule Borden may listen to Premier Flem tnlng and other Maritime the leaden, and allow representa tion of the prjjyjnces bj the re main as they'.are, and .thereby hid for their support but that could hardlj be'done in view of tfhe terms of the British Korth America Act, and even if it were legal, the 'West would not stand for It It is not as though the Maritime Provinces were .so full oi 'people was no more room for growth1 of population. The west- ern people been alhe and act ive while the easterners were asleep The-rpeople huVe come 'trooping past the splendid opportunities of the east- ern provHices .to come 16 the provin ces they heard about. The staid old provinces have, begun to realize that hey are behind but still want to hold on to They have plenty cf.reBOurcea and opportunities to at- tract enough people to their borders to entitle them to their old share o-: the House of Com- It is up to if thej want that representation to earn h the same as the western provinces -did the> Lyie filled their provinces up and reaLhsd the highest pos Bible degree of tho development of their resources, it will he time enough to start talking.of having a set aeriUtion: given to them. Hut it must not be. until such a time. fUprewntatlon bj population ii the principle upon which the redtswibu tion mint he made It Is a funda menui fetture in Canada b Magna Chuna.aud must remain unaltered Boast (Ottawa1 Free Press) The county of Norfolk is the cradle of. chief railway commissioners. The late Judge Mabee was born therein, and the new chief 'commissioner, H. L Diajton is a grandson of the conn ty, his mother been: -b'orn there. OUR POINT OF VIEW Seemingly- Canada can't even have a naval policy .without being made an adjunct of the C. P. R. Alberta is always first. "Where In the are they harveatlnff at the present. but In Southern A! fcerta? Toronto indeed is a very progrflfl- sive city. It could not ,let Regfna the patent on a it had to of its own, on a amal Mr Borden right uhen he main Ulnn any great Dominion under- Taking ,to, ihare upon a permanent baiU'ln the of the Empire mint a in the policy which (asuci of war or peace In naming nchoo! after the Kaii-iB a a of tht vchool The Democratic Duke (Calgary News Telegram) His Royal. Highness the' Duke of Connaught, governor-general of Can- ada continues bis democratic policy of makiug every iiian, woman and child 'o-i' the Dominion friend arid warm admirer. Recently at-the races in Winnipeg he called befort him th.e owner of thi horse Uiat won- the Centennial Futur Wetaskiwin man, hy the way- congratulated him and shook hi hand. The latter under the Stars-and Stripes like all good AmericanE, he retained a regard for the" United' States fiagl Probably will main in bis bosom'but the simple act pf the Duke of Connaught will make him in all j a ten fold better citizen of Canada and it will act similar way upon all some' time citizens of the "United States of the incident. As well, it will tie noised abroad the United States and will increase their admiration for Canada's governor-gen- eral and will engender a' still friend- lier feeling between, the two coun- tries peaceful community. This'paragraph states that when the Roman-Catholic chiirch was destroyed by fire the local lodge of the Orange Order offered the use of their hall to the reverend fath- er, who Accepted promptly and-cele- brated' mass there on several.'occa- sions. We hope that the story-is true, for, as -a dramatic incident, it l-oavcs little to bo desired. What was done with the historic chromo of King. William-of "pious, glorious and immortal memory." crossing the Boy lie, when the; hall 'was in tempor- ary occupancy of' the descendants of those who fought for King James? What spell been laid upon by the genial father Chiotjuette of Waterville? It is- en- ough-to make the silk baf of Hon. DivSprbule grow limp with-fear; to reflect upon the i effect of the services of "Mother Church" in a hall sacred j .D the oath of the Orange .Order' We realize that ne-iaie Ihing la i new order while we appreciate he recent-'aptrit.pf good.will, i lingering1 apprehension lest the 'Good -.Old .Twelfth" will ..be .wanting n its ferocious -picturesriueuessv of. iger lilies and .banner's floating- free Here are three ones Three Lots Corner on Qncon 14th St., South, ficlni S, (London Road) must In; sold at water, sewor, and electric H splendid ilte tor thrM nocd houses. Cm he had for snap at short time TIRMt Freeman MaJclieol Cp. Dominion Block Phone 1212 f The Right Spirit (Toronto' Saturday Night) However, all .contemplated union on the part of the believers in the prin- clplea of John Knpx and pale into, insignificance M we read a special despatch from Watervlllc, Quebec, .which-'chronicles ex- change of courtesies between the Or- angemen and Roman Catholics of that "Just Joke" THE CT iirh A n IV MANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF M 0 R NIN G SID E Suite 111 to US Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 It Makes-a Difference Im disgusted with the TV hole po- litical situation! There'are no states men in this countrj nnj more will you find a Cleveland, or.a'Blaine or a McKinley or a Thurman today7 But 1 think I heard von make dis paragmg remarks about each of the. great men jou have just mentioned 'Perhaps you sine thej have been, dead Re cord-Herald. The Fly. m History 'We swat the fly romarkend ioliclti the accountu of firm iiid la- dividual! on favorable terma. LITHMIMf fijff C. F. MACNttLL, M.Mftr ;