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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY I1EKALD Tuesday. JiUf 88. UH2 DAILYHERALO DKCEMBIR 1107 HI kK H.r.ld puUlihlni Co., Ltd., Hwlul It hW, PHCNil, 1224 W. A. IUCHANAN Miniglni Dlr.cUr T. 'W. OUAYI-E Idlto" JOHN TORKANCt Manager Advertjilnf 1252 DAILY .M.H i kr j! monthl. by mtn 'L? 1 br THE DAILV H1RALP AT Dlimwid Erur Co Cr-k-K .J D I. MeCrwi T.k.r-WnU.ke Broi Alberta Drur A Book Comsany. B; City Brevn Browm Jtaileaon News, Jtai o.. 1W -Alie on ill C.-P. K. Trilni THI WICKLY PuMlahtd summery of (rflht 1 year in H i tn months In The Amazon Atrocifies STORIES or rubber itrocihes in the Amazon rnal those of the Congo-in If there is Anything in-thcm, -.the British menf-should out as soon as .possible and not s op them but [punish" to the.fijil extent of its power who have been iperpetrating the outrages. matters 'not who the .actual murderers and if k is British op- by a British company or more 'of'them; iho'fee'who derive'the Uriah- .cia-1 benefit and'hence who are re- sponsible for the outrages, should be punished, speedily and severely. norance can.. he no excuse as any man has a right to Know how Ins "made" arid "how it is being made to work for him, and the law has a right ID expect :him -to know what those tire doing who are making his- money for De the stories are ,qnly talk by those seek- ing nqtoricty. But it should be known speedily amount of truth there Is 'in- reports and if they .are, in any measure true, adequate action should be taken'at once by those who the power to do so. The Right Thing (TlHE HERALD welcomes the news J_ that ccnsLr-uCucr. to be with started on the new post office. In trusting that this will u pushed to a finish, without delay, it echoes the wish 'of every 'citizen The necessity of. a j post ofllce'building'has been for some ;tlme recognized, and-the: substitution ;bf 'what possibility for" an ad- luaJIty is intense satisfac- :tlon. For ourselves, -we are glad that, though, hat the the gdvernment has redeemed itseii -fro-u charge ot" sacrificing the welfare of the citj to so called political needs is well not only for ment but it is ivell for the politics of this country. To 'have held back the building of the tpost office merely because thib par ticular constituency was represented a member ot the opposition, would been .in of flagiant injustice are among the first to congratulate the government on the step it announces it will take. In the matter, of the post office1 the citizens of Let.hbrid.gc Liberal and Conssrxathe alike were unanlnfous and the gratification of their wishes IE a tiiumph for the people at laige When deilres nhich run together ob taiiT their fulfilment ,lt .--shows: that, there Is such a thing as the Sovereign people The v government has evidenced it's acceptance of this It is a wholesome sign of the times and take "it that when ade Quaie Teasons are pressed Jiome the powers that be will find ft prudent to acquiesce in the same e trust thatrthig spirit will abide t-TN'SUBM! arj A Responsibility Acknowledged 1 SUBMITTING -the supplement appropriation of1 'to the House of Commons ,the First Lord of the British Admir- alty'.'made use of a sentence which jjiust appeal to every loyal citizen of the Empire It nas this An> at to confine British naval supre- macy in any particular .be; not; .strategy, .but bad This, is a .direct .answer to ihe selfish-idea which may be held by .certain in Canada that this country ,ean get along without troubling about dhe naval question aa. it particularly concerns it. It is necessary that the Empire Should at all points.' For the good of the whole, there should no weak spots in the Imperial ar- iinor. This is wholesome wisdom .-which the wise.man must appreciate, it is a call to every portion of the .Seven Seas to take its urt in guarding its waters mr ns Mr Churchill s utterance Js concerned, apirit the call jhas been taken up by Mr, Borden on behalf: Canada. The -First Lord stated that ho had been authorized Cauadlan premier Robert L Bordep To saj was desired that any step Cinada might 'lake should strengthen the navai forces 'of -the. is satisfactory f to .that though" not yet through the mouth of the official held of the Imperial navy, Mr. Borden has at last committed himself to a naval polici Taking this with Us context we may surmfae that it means th" formation -of a Canadian .navy, as adapted to the the Imperial pohpj whatey.er the special features may Canada, through Us premier, has set its hands on the plow of Im defence and it is for the nation to aee-that it-in no 'wise looks back, Ships and men are what the Empire requires 'to' keep pace with- the m ?ice; which- it -cannot be denied -hourly ower has made us what :HowoverJllmt not proyVtha't h-o was'-ilie fivst 'senator elected corrupt- ly. .With an experimental ..far in'A mi u jail farm wbicli arc already a'ttrnct- inp the attention of the farmers of Alberta, LeUibrWge promises to win a rciuiUrtiou as.enviable as Guclph in Ontario. As lone as the Conservative party is In power at Ottawa there will- nev- er be a dearth of aspirants for the Conservative candidature in the pro- vincial riding of Cardston. 11 always means a Job, The prosperous farmers of South- ern Alberta are invading Lethbridpe by the hundreds these days and they are all pleased with Lethbiidge. 51 ay they always regard this city as the metropolis of the Botith and the place where the farmer gets a square deul. If the suffragettes, keep hurling chairs and hatchets the premier over in the old country, they willj soon deserve the name ,of Carrj untionitcs. The cnly dlfferBiice so far s that Carrie .UB-atl to smash the lights of the hated saloons, while the puffra ;ettcs smash the lights of something aigher up. UljtlVt a.'Kood- time .thank tho-.a IU_for 'servk-c, on Cro branch ''-whloh yc and mark that thoro Is still plenty room for .Improvement, especinlly o the night trains, three rivals -for tli Consprvativo nomination In Cardstoi Th'e-miui who got the lowest vote the nomination. It is Interesting t note that the three men are now cbi: fort ably ensconced in government o [ices, two postmasters and collec. or of Good evening! What about va'cation? Don't forget that swattin mosquitoes at the average summc resort fora fortnight may not bo con ducive to a. good temper, but the ft orgy generated in the act holp stave off other 'terrors later in th Bven though the soccer (earn fro Lethbridge -didn't '-win the- Parke Shield, they defeated tuoi'e teama any other competitor sit Winnipeg an kept Lethbrirtge in ihc spot light eii ery minute of their stay. The tear whs a distinct credit to the city.- The Game for the Love of Sport (Toledo Blade) Lots of people would rather swa flies than clean tip their hreedin places. Swatting is a, greater spor Prosperity In (Toronto, Globe) "Prosperity in patches" best dei cribes the condition of agriculture i Ontario this year. There arc section of the province in which crops ar excellent and'others in: which drough lasting almost a1 month, greatly injur ed the growing th hay and pasture that mean so nine! to the dairying iiit-erests'of.Ontario. The Glorious Twelfth (Toronto-Saturday Night) A Bruce county, Highlander name but he never be governor general Ixow, mv Billj maj be pre sident some dn> Yes said That s the worst of the. -Unfte.d Any body can be mesiijent" Taces it .our position is to be it- can only by strengthen ing that power This reeponaibil it) which not on Great Britain but.. pitfall every part of; an is not confined to little island in the Atlantic ocean OUR POINT OF What do those other aspirants for Ihe Cardston customs office think of ihe party AVe told you so. --Mr. John Par- .-rish, collector of customs for Cird- RaemiiEsen, Beach and Parriah are tail now on 'the pay list of the federal government, There is still one left to provide for, t-he energetic axe-swinger for the naffv. ntir old Frp.nk people nre having all the trials and troublcs-'of moving. ing day always did hold more than share -of-terrprs. Mr. Parrlsh no longer; worries over control o( naturHl resources He has a'slice Vtf f Martin Woplf, former customs col- lector at Gardaton {to John t Par tho John, I'm satisfied A man down Jn California the other day: was 'drowned, 'with, his pockets full of gold.'--Tits dealh was probably due to a-drop in money values. Dayton is shipping Jiogn to Calgarj Ijst UB get and induslrv In Ijethbridge that con Biinie alrthe'live in the" south, i- For people who made 'such a loud noise While Jn the-blg city of Winni- peg the football team marie a verj quiet en (ran to the city jester day afternoon William of Illinois, nan the first U to lone hlo neat 'OB of being corruptly elected i They were at a Muajioka hptel, and the Tub moon was all that tlje h-aart of the summer glrUcOuld desire. He was reminding her of the happy hoh ot a jeHr ago but the young lady seemed perversely Don t you remember, he asked re proachtulb the 1 klsaed you 4 Whj so joy did ihe admitted in a spasm ot remembrance but I the moat wretched memory for fa _ i Some 3ears ago, a. Capadlan wo man who going south for tne tet decided to Jifr tmoka ex amincd at Toroqtp and thpc any at'the border The customs official aiked, ae be proceed ed !to open thc.tVay of the first "sara toga' 'What have you gol here, Madam 'Nothing clothing. said the official blandly, he held up a Canadian whig fcy. which had been concealed be neath a piie fresh .blouses And what do ..you call this9 'Oh! That's just-material for husband's was-the prompt reply. THE PEOPLES' FORDM CHARGES UNFAIR TREATMENT. Editor Lethbridge" Herald: Sn please print lowing: I was "employed "-by" the city as a teamster In the city bo Thursda> morning I urnt to ihe barn and 'was simply handed a time check. 1 asked" the reason why I was fired and the stable boss'refused, to state why; Now' I took the matter further, but wasj-efused to be-listen- ed to, ;ts the boss' word was taken be: fore mine.. Now I have driven horses all raj life aWtfAised to team foi wholesale house-In-this I am l known and have excellen ferenccs-from the same -place, aiwl have others which I am not ashamed to ami I have always been able :o go back where I have worked if wanted to and m this case 1 h.ue a score of to both looked after and the hpr ses right I BRAC a sick wife is under the doctor's care and I think t is onh light that I should stale ny case. Irhavc called on several people- and. all have asked -m-e why quit, and I cannot explain becauie not been is this the ay to treat mained men who work ca'rd and then tieated liko a dog' It FIGURES Prank July Ediior Lethhridge Herald Dear Sii jhaic just read "jour, lontemnorarj s 'report cf the Busl ness Men s deputation to council f the Board of Trade last ThurBilay nigh-t, in 'the matter of paving neceii ary on First between the im on depot and the Hudsoa's -Bay-lane, n that import Mr Turney is credited the remark that l-IOO lineal feet as the additional paving proposed nd 'that the cost would approximate Mr did not on thai art of the subject at all nor ftould make such a break as he IB erefl d with R. Sage, after a glance at the'.city lap hanging Mr Turnoi s chdir, laced the at HOC eet and the figures to the presi ent He now gues the cost as ap roximatelj Had the cher been the leporlor m this I ould eaSjij understood an ex- ggeration amounting to a paltrj Yours truly ROBERT SAGE. p. died in-Leth- bridge last Tvcek Pi 355' years ot age has contradicted it Eat von want to, although no1 kind of food looks good to you. The cause 30111 stomach nol prQperly. Supply a" temporary of inM their use for .a short Ilje nutural vlfor to. your digestive lit uhat >pu like, Nynls mill do the ttt( 25o and 50 centu t Anything you the namt i- NYAL'S will you entire HQlii and Guaranteed by Red Crois Drug Book Co., Ltd. fMOWI Here are three good ones Three Loti Corner, on 7tli .Ave. S, (London Road) must bo sold at Queen Victoria, Park, water, 'sewer, and electric 14th St., Seuti, lielii cut; ipKndld itu tor good houiM. Cm bt titd rbr snap short Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Pkona 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDi: Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuiMing P.O. Box 1979 Several Excellent Investments 80 Acres Choice irrigated Jand, to city. Price one-tenth cash, bal- ance 9 years -at -6 per cent. We have also'several choice ten acre plots at per acre. -Terms 1-4 cash, hal- ande 3 years. 24 Lots south o( QufW Victoria Purk A ft EacK Iny, Termi n e Choice iltts in ill parts of the city. Stt ui before buying. Trackif t SiUi IB th. nm C'P k lilon north of th. bridge THE Best BfrY IN CITY PROPEgTY Wilson Skeith i MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCES OF ALL flMOTIATIB WITH MILIABuE Opp. Alexandra Hqtef C. P. R. ANCC i i rpi i .1. n 1 1 4" The place his hits it -_j more essential to a good batsman than to a t i good advertiser. The Herald will place your "hits'[ homes of the people of Lethhridge diatrict It's a case qf know guess t ;