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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuge 4. TIIF TJSTyjHUJjGR DAILY TIFK_ALT) _yrlday..1nly 10.1912 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1K7 published by The trt'hbrllge M.rald Pukllihlng- Oo., Ltd., lawful al lu ofnca, Sfxlh LtthbrWit, Afcarta, Canada. A. (JUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYUe Managing Idltor JOHN TOBRANCK Rualneai Manager PHONI: Advertising ClrculatlM And Job Departmento 1252 OAILV 1UBSCRIPTIOH RATM I itiwUia ta 1 month 1 Sy t manthi. by I month, bx DAILY HIRALO AT O Sciiwa Co.; riara Ptopla'i tore Co.; R. V Plnoher J. Mitchtu; D. U Drue Company. Farnie B. Seal. Medlolne K NortHam craanrwk. e-Be.tii. Atchwoo. O. L. Kelneck. OlamonJ DUmoail Cttr Drug- Co Vanuuvw, B. World Wide Company. Brown, Street.: Suxan. The JmnlMon 70S Hlnralil; Alao on all C. P. Tralni THE WEEKLY HERALD ..odnesctay in eight al ike o( the week, I niontha In and contains 2nd district Bob's Invasion "S ASKATCHEWAN .NEXT" said the Honorable Bob as he read .the report. that. the house had Idissolved. "They say down here that Reciprocity is dead. They "hope K is land so do we. So I'll go 'but to the. plains aud rubes .that they are dead, as" en !they used -last- hied Ihim off to plains, loaded with speeches' !dope -by -the interests who Swished 'hrc'k, in handing the -men bTITie "west- to them bound hand 'and" foot; .-Bob Vus cock-sure, as he raking no chances, lie sup- plemented his speeches with lots- of, Jong green. Bob has au army well1 drained and obedient that carried .the :duy many times in his smaller field Oi political actiutips Those fellows can t be trusted Bob-to hiniself; they're all with "procity aud wide market "talk So he brought all bis henchmen, cross, the It was a .some hundreds or more, boundary from -Manitoba. "big job that Bob had on his hands "army he had at com mand, so he ..appointed a hundret of homestead and told them to see lhat the homesteaders voted-.the way they were told for fear of losm'g ('their land and wha; improvements they'd made.'. Genera' Bob's "'army 'invaded the province of freemen -and 'proceeded to-show Thai reciprocity was dead by killing the freedom of the men who believe in But 'twas no use. The army was turne'don and smashed hip and thigh: The people resented Bob's tactics and "impudent bribes. "Wider wider markets we'll .was .the cry shouted as the ballots .'were'cast. "We'll show the interests who. beat us last full that we'are-alive io fight still for the that means ireedom for era and cheap ing Cor all So Bob got "his, got it just where it huri his irtny. .was Ke was disgrac- ed: He gathered f_ue remnants and jyhat comfort-he1 back his desk which -he should .never have left; He found that Bob was and 'defeat was his lot. Favorable Position THE CURRENT M7MBER of the Financial Post contains an ar tide with regard to the areas oPCanadiah cities and towns which is Jiot only" interesting "h'-K instruct- ive. The purport of tbe same is- to afford a matter of. comparison, a ;guide to those investing in city :town real this regard the mtio of the area of or to its fyoithv of considers tion To quote the1 article 'In real, estate in ountest cm cities 'and tonng this question ia especially imnortaht r An area out of til a It means unnecessary amount of borrow ing for municipal improvements will have and that tbe extension provements, such as pavements, 'wat- er sewerage and lighting systems will to be matte more rapidljt than in the case of a solidly fauilt-un city or town, in many cases, perhaps, to serve a much smaller population. Where ibare is a large area, the mand for inside property will not so great as if the limits were fixed in! accordance with the size and iniport-; ancc of the place. Consequently an ;invcBtment in such a. city would not .prove as good as where the area 'was1 .proportionate to the population and where the greatest number possible could bo served by the least possible of'municipal works 'Realizing the importance of thi- .factor in real estate tlie Post ,has obtained the necessary infornia- "tion from fifty-two Canadian .munici- palities. This has been tabulated, so there is shown the population, the area in acres within city or town Jimtts, the .population per acre, and tho approximate area in acres still vacant and suitable for subdivision. As the Post remarks, since western cities (ire. attracting so much capital "son to be satisfied now for realty investment, the situa tionv with regard to the area is per- haps :more' important than that o! most'eastern cities, more particularly reference to the percentage population. Very :i'ewVwestern cities or towns more than 2 a people to the acre .cities of the middle west as comprised in the'provinces of Al berta and Saskatchewan, Lethbridge occupies a unique position, nith a percentage, being secbnd only to Regina, which has 4 9 haa ".5, .Moose Jaw, 2.2, Sas- katoon Hat'2.1, Prince Albert.14. the Post has the-following to say 'I ethbndge includes 3870 acres within Itstltfn.itsir.-but about 420 acres oi are parks, etc, and -400 not considered enough for sub dftiding So that -for the present the is practically around :'3000 acres, sirs !.people to.the acre to a population Of the subdivided area outside 40 per cent, a in 5-acre. lots and about 10 per cent, n .lots; the remainder in small, lots." Another point Jn fav.or of Letbbridge s lhat in stricti> cit> area It is the smallest western city This is im- portant-since it fulflig thp advantag- eous" condition of compact municipality with an area''-not out'of all so far ae go, no its population The sig- nificance, of the value of outside dlvlilod property cannot be.lost sight of when the city area is taken ,lnto consideration, and here again, as comT pared to other western elites Leth- bridge stands in a favorable light. The Information given by the Finaif; cial Post ia edifying in that it Is UU- Interested, .and- in the comparisons submitted Lothbrirtge has every :rea- chant, by lotting; the world know yoi Tliero hasn't been'much .of it chuno in of luio 01 tt proUndnl u era I election. this' stHliiPHs ii tho vicinity of Door? Ttils is tfiu.two hundred and 'stoen since Lothbridgo was promised tlint 'Work would start on the posi ollico this year. Bvery able bodied man'out'of work has only to apply to the farm to set all the work he..can then sqme. There, should no hesitancy the part of the banks to loosen up for tho harvest. The farmers have, the goods aud -the money is secure. Winnifred is a progressive commun- ity. It has organized an agricultural society and ti rural mun- icipality, frcd. Nothing slow about Winni- Will Pelletier and N'autel. the representatives of Mr. Bournssa in the Borden .cabinet, sup: port the annexation senlinient of thoir leader0 liavii buc-n niauiiracUirc-il for uttnpiiUti Dinpobvt K year of fulness. Not oith iio tJn promise of a record yield but the stock men announce the (trentest ml- urnl IncroHBC In ilio h.stot'y of modern' ninchlng. Jlr, iiourassa, the ally of Mr.. Ho'-d- en lii the federal campttlRt. hist year, is cusiing coy slanccs at the' United States, Having turned Conservative 'Mr. .'Hourns'ija Is'anxlouus to have, ble; name enroiied that members of that party who have ad- vocated annexation In the past. 'The Kopublloan party managers'are apparently'determined to head for the, rocks. Instead of moves to conciliate the rival factions the courts are being resorted lo and straight lino" -judges appealed to for injunctions to keep Roosevelt names off the nomination papers. Place your money on Wood- row Wilson'. Those formed Claresholm farmers new -warty have; adopted a radical either one of the old line parties are quite as advanced ind the farmers haven't hit on hing new. A multiplicity of parties If that story of the attempted as- s not in the'lnterest of the province, sassination of President Taft was not I and only leads to confusion without true It was certainly quite a bluff accomplishing any good Ought to be .Easy (Carmangay Sun) Macleod's rate of taxation this, be only b'j mills T'he mat or nd council should have no trouble u getting re-elected; What thf.Farmir Wi'nti (Fincher .Creek Echo) A parliamentary representative ould not solve .th-atr.problems. What he farmers of.Western Canada want opportunity to sell their pro- ucts where they -can get the most them, and to -buy their goods here do so ,to best at antage.- That, la their-creed, thei olitics and their the ,ust work to 'that end in a biisines ay. They must keep politics out- o leir organization, 'but''themselves be ome united and'organize t they can demand of all polltlca artiea a square .deal And a square "deal is'air the farms ants. that 'it was possible to rocrl ,the people Into believing cause au organ subsidized by the.big interests said such and such would happen, they. Hie people, 'would make it -happen. The "people, However, .were not to be fooled. They were voting for themselves and their own interests not on the say so of the big interests' sheet. The people took tho measure of the Regina Province very early in its journalistic career. "Just OUR POINT OF VIEW ;Why tlie-dcilay in appointing a col lector of customs at Cardaton. Mr Parrlsh shouldn't >be so bashful. Aspiring politicians who. want cab Inet positions should move to Turkey, There arc cabinet there every t ff CfftTcsholm farmers independent farmers' cabnidate of the Robt. Patcrsoir kind they will -be an joke A Cfilgnry minfaler says: "Ucl! is 'real H is as tmich S place as Cal- gary U a hut he didn'-t say It Van. just like Calgary.- F Bafley cutting lian sUtrted nnd the wheat: is right In line The railway rompnnies better hurry the "emp iffapt as posiibte If- Mr. Bourassa, the friend of A'.r. IJorden; satisfied with French ntt It is "epokert In Canndn, n h> n't he' move to belle. Paris'' an autumn g vhicn predict Get'rearfy for "tf'flbw. fMr1 Mcr- On the Loiipg. of'Ptpoilti: (Regina Leader, The Regina Frovince_jriiade_the verj isitire statain-ent not so many moon go that 'every Literal candidate in aod except Mr oie, would lose his-vdepdiit; to date, there ere deposits .lost in Thura j s polling doubly unfor nate candidates, were Arm Whitlock, Con serrativ.e, and Independent ttho the instigation of Conser vatives Jicpe of some Liberal support away from Geo A succ'eatfiil "Liberal can.di date. ative, and Gabora, Independent, uho tbe got into the field in the expectation that he would capture tbe Ruthenian vote and'thus the Liberals Conserva- the D. Mclntoeh, Conser atu e, f> ho onpoaed, the Attorne> General; .Alooae Socialist. who sought to defeat HOP, J. A Cal der. Brice; tive A. Larew, Conisrvative, and F R Wright, Independent, whom H. W. Laird got into .the fleld; by "BD arrangement' so as to prevent seat going Libtral by The Regina big "organ" put up one of .the games of ter a Canad had bluff i ian" paper __ grounds for making the wild predic tions it did, but'indulged In them on1 cism. How Andy Quelled Fears (Toronto Saturday It that ive will have lor.sur- render the account of harmony be- tween' Orangemen ftnd Catholics which canie'-'but; of Waterville, Que- bec, there are incidents of the same kind In, appar; eutly well; authenticated, Canadian history. An exact parallel, in fuot, to what was reported to taken pliare in occurred some jears 'ago m the count) of Dundas on the Si Brqder, ALP highlr- popular all sec tions of his constituency, was the good fairy in A prieit of the a. congregation settlement where he had no Church lit the custom to hold "the mass in the homes of-two of .the more prpminent of the1 members of his flock. .The ser- held periodically only-and one'Sunday when he "was shocked to jRntf that his clilflf t.had "forgotten. the day of his visit and had gone oft and locked up then houises As aoou as the other 'members -the congregation .became aware of state of affairs, consternation ;spread. What was to be done? "Father" come specially to-hold mass, and there was no olace laige enough in wbich to Then one'of 'the troubled ones bethought of their member of parliament lUio hap lened to be ia tbe that'.day. So off they to him and asked for us advice ifa a Methcdut, but that did not" daunt.-the-troubled 'atnolics at all They he >as a man and an. Irishman. Nor did the difRcu'tj trouble "Andj" tape fdr.the latter reason. There wag ball in the place, and..the jo tuaii 3iq o the keeper of the and opened ip the hall, and mass was celebrated here under, the 'picture, he Third and all'the insignia, of. the; jOL Of course, there were ..a iroakers in the lodge, 'who feared, that pme.dreadful consequences might en- tie .from this radical departure; from stablighed usage. But Andy-Broder g never at a Moss for a reply "Do you he said -io the ioubters, .it would, do King Vfl.tam" imoTe harm than .he. tietn'' And that was the end of the critl- Kat Avhat you ant lien you want to, even although no kind of food looks good to yon. Tile cause is simply this, your stomach K not AVO rk ing properly. NYAl 'S il 1 O Ta Supply a temporary process of digestloo and their use for-.a short time will restore the natural vigor- to your digestive you like, Nyals Dyspepsia Tablets do the rest, 2oc and 50 cents. Anything buy with name NYAL'S will give: you entire Mlitficlion. unit Guaranteed by Red Crow Drug Book Co., Ltd. 1 Uliftn PHONE'U9 Here are three good ones V Three Lots .Corner on Avo. S. (London Itond) must. Ijcsold at once TERMS Two Lots Tn Queen 'Victoria sower, and electric lights. A'snap at each For sljort time only. Four Lots On Hth 8t, South, facing east, a iplendid site for three snort boyiM Cm be had Tor ff Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGS I Suite 111 to US Sherlock Building r P.O. Box 1979 Phone Several Excellent Investments 80 Sites Choice .irrigated .land, Falrvfefl lo city. Price of 'Queen Victoria Park A imp Peridot Terms one-tenth cash, the 0 P R 'Subdivision, nortlf of the Overhead 9 >ears at fi per cent We have- ilao several ten acre at flOO e have choice BEST. BUY IN-CITY acre. Terms .1-4 in all parts of the ance 3 us before TODAY Wilson Skeith ;MONEV TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Agents phone 1343 man who has a thing to sell and goes and whispers down a well is not so apt to collar the dol- lars as he who climbs a tree and hollers. The Bank of Nova Scotia INCORPORATED. 1832 -CAPITAL J: HESEJIVE FUND 'TOTAL ASSETS OVER 100 Brandies in Curia da, Newfoundland and Indich; also in Boston, New York and Chicago A' QtiNIMAL IANKING iUilNESS tramactwl, In connection which there Ii a SAVINGS'BANK DEPARTMENT. Interest on depomti of II anil iipnardi at the hlgheit current rate. A branch of this old eatabltahec! hank half been operied It] .the, Bto-k, Ixithlirldie. and aollclta (he acttninte of flrmt and i-j. on favorable terms RANCH ,v E. F. MACNIILL, Manaftr ;