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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. Friday, LETMRIDGE DAILY HERALD HTAILIIHID Puklleh.4 by The L.thbrMce Herald Co., Ud., every lawful at It. oKlee, Sixth Street, Lethbrldoe, Alberta, Canada. Department 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Manning Director T.'.w. QUAY'LE MdiVaalni Editor JOHN TORRANCt Bualnaia Manager Advertlilni Circulation And Job Deeartmenta 1252 HATIt 1 by null month., mill ...'......d.SO 1 mall ch.nur. a! onen u tealreil. boih new i moat irtveu.. THI DAILY 8ALt AT Store. CO.; W. Himflwn. Plnchur J. L. UcCrta. BrtML Drur t Book Company. Fcrnle B. Deal. Medicine k- Bnttl. and O. L. Olemond City Co. VIM.UW, 1. Q. TVerli Wide Broirn. fltvect. Uamleson News Avenue. Alee en ill C.-P. B. Trains THI HEBALD ._ Publlehe4l evtry In eJaht or rpore puree. and contains a summary of the ot the week; loeil district 1 year In advance (1.58 6 months In advance 7Sc. months in advance 50c. It Looks Like Deception there never was any intention of hav- ing.the elevator ready for this year's crop. This Is another reuord made since WAS THE CASE with his a L' nouncement cf the settlement ol the coal miners' strike just 'fore the took place In Alberta, Ron. Robert Rogers' nu- J, npuncement just prior to the Sas- katchewan elections that the govern- 1 mpm had secured a site for the t-ar- nilnal elevators at the head of the J lakes, and that one elevator would be 1 ready to handle this year's crop, i proves.to be and a story .de- f signed to help tbft Conservative piirty carry elections. The contest in Sas- i kaichewan was no sooner over than the official announcement was made ?hat the el-evacor would not be ready to handle this year's crop, but that ihc site had been secured and tend- ers have been called, closing August 1st, for the construction of the first .elevator. It is known now that when the Hon. Bob made his pre-election speech the ..banquet even the had "'not been secured, arid: (his government which promised lo "do things'' jias assumed office. They have been in office since last Novem- ber and before attaining that desired position made it one of their promises to the western farmers to have-gov- ernment terminal elevators at the head of'the lakes. The House uppro- pr In ted for the purposes of the grain commission which included, as everyone supposed, the erection o at least one of the terminal elevators promised. There has been ample time to get the elevator built and the man ey has been available, leaving no ex case -for the neglect of tbe 'work, and till less excuse for tho false an nouncemeut made by the Minister o be Interior: The government, ant the Testern minister stain condemned by their own, words ant deeds of neglect and false pretences. at The oral trip sott'th and In- vestigate for himself. A weed destroying campaign Is one of the sreaK'st nccdfc of Lctlibrldgo at present. Germany and Hrilnin nro slinking bands with the right hands and hold- a dagger in the left. Tho business men of Li'tbbriduo do not seem to enjoy this oclns a one railway town, disadvantages. U certainty has tta Tho boosters trip to the sou thorn towns did much to cement the friend- ship of some of tho beet people on earth for tho city of Lothbridge. Tbe hanging of Willtnsky at Mac-- leod today wasn't a pleasant, prooeed- liii; i'ribuk' to tlic rapidity with which tho whoi'ls orjiinl.ee revolve umliM- UrlUsh Woodrow.Wlltjuu donnod n now m before wrllttifi ..In addro aciiopting the prcsldouilal nomlimtlo Vlo. Is bcghuilng to fcol as sood i clocled. Now that the Saskatchewan ole lions aj-e over povormncnt hi decided that It. cannot lull... tho til valor promised at Uio by Hon. Robert Hogvrs. Why cerdii ly not. t Is not right that business shou' be tied up for wei'ks uecauao' of congestion of business at Culgar Tho centralization of land titles ;O.I ces was all right a tV-v years ago hi Alburtu Is getting to be a biiv gl now. Titles With Tickets (Toronto Telegram) Why, oh why, when Dr. Orr was in Find It Everywhere ''There should be poetry in life." "Well, we get it in street cars, o England did lie not arrange to have billboards, on soap wrappers, and ii K.R, or C.M.G., a K.C.M.G., or some'the breakfast food. What more d such title conferred uu every pureluis- of sufficient1 fluantitles of six for a 3 Exhibition tickets? Inspires Self Respect (Chicago Tribune) Governor Wilson's idea of donning ueiv suit before writing his "key- lote" speech is all right. A new suit doos give a luan a whole lot of con- deuce and self-esteem; you City Journal. Changed Ministers did they, make chmi'ge in.ministers at your former one spok. so often on the responsibilities o marriage that none of the men in the congregation would pro Library. Typewriter on A Maine clergy-mail, "living at hotel in his 'town, ordered a typewrit er and had it sent to his rooms. I How McBrjde Met Sowser (New -York Sun) Something over twenty years ago a j camc wnen the clergyman was out lassonger train was rolling into Hali-j tne proprietor took charge of it X. S. In one car was a young j the minister returned the pro 'prietor led him behind the desk ant whispered: eady made his arts'course there. To fuse of yoiirs is: on Ice, .par the conductor, who knew SGn gl.ess it wfn ;be- all ;'Vight bj ame and said: "There's -a- young fel- an who was to begin his Inw studies t Dalhousie university. He had al- Worthy of Emulation MR GEORGD PARKIN the organ izmg reprasantath e of the Rhodes, Scholarship Trust, has he has asked-J. P. Mor- Andrew Carnegie and' .other ealthy Americans ttrfollow; the lead of Cecil Rhodes and .establish a I em of scholarships hy which students .from British and Colonial universities will be enabled io attend American universities. No more worthy object could be found to which bliese wealthy men could devote Rhodes scholarships have been operat- ing now far ten years and already their benefits are being seen in the understanding among the edu- cated people of the British and Amer- 'ican nations. The'lead-era" of thought in the scholastic, literary and political fields have seen Britain and her peo- ple an they never did before, The Rhodes scholars have become profes- sors in the American universities, edi tors of their papers leaders in their financial 'world, foremost among the younger- men in tbe political activi- ties, educatqrs in their primary and secondary schools, and in almost every Une-oHlfe have taken the lead and1 In doing have taken with them a better understanding of and kindlier feeling for .the British people with whom they mingled and they studied in every way. during the years they were students-at Oxford-and in a of the British stud- ent world through the generosity of the Ereat Cecil Rhodes. if, on. the other hand, the American millionaires, would raise a fund sim- ilar to that given 'by Rhodes for the purpose British students ccme American universities and mingle and get to know the American people as their students get to know.the -British, the benefit would be completed and the benefit, would bo; more .than jlpu.bled. j ow in the. next car whq is all the way British Columbia. He ioks tired and lonesome; >l think he s going to the university. You had better see him. Going to the next car, the prospcct- ivc lav.- student found a lanky youth coiled up in one of the seats. They got to know each other at once. Mc- Brid-a. the other chap 'said his name was. That was the beginning of a friendship that lasted all the law course. With tho" studies over. McBride opened up a' law office in British Columbia. The- young man whom he first met on the train also cast his fortunes. in 'the far western province. Today the UleBrlde' of the first introduction is Sir Richard-'Mc- Bride, premier of British Columbia. The other young man is the Hon. W.m. J. Bowser, tbe attorney-general of the province. dinner Bee. A Woman's Worries mother has worries that a man knows nothing remarked the south-side citizen, 'How 'I have just learned that iny wife j has been witching our foi jcirs to set that he carries his school books under bis j-ight arm on Mon and Fridajs and under'his left" arnr on Tuesdays and Thursdays the idea' 'If he did not do "this j_i n ature ot thm spine Pit Post St The" Name Calgary Free' Press) A mystery 'which has puzzled phll- "One Man, One Vote" MAN, ONE is the great reform that the Asquith government proposes to bring into effect In Great Britain. Just why thl? has not been done long .were laid out by a1 commission in the last Gladstone administration. That will come later and then will follow the-ahiHtion of the present antiquated system of having the elections spread over a period L6f-.two weeks. When these are all, accomplished, Britain 'was useless to try to make sucli a reform until th-a Mouse of Lords had been whipped tivlo submission. There are. in England especially, thousands of voters who own property and can iiualify to vote in several ridings and as tho elections arc spread out over a period of two weeks, they have ample opportunity of casting all the votes the law allows Ihem. It is.un-neceosfvry to remark it hat tbe wealthy landowners and the aristocracy derive the. greatest benefit thereby and It IB acknowledged that in tho last be fairly modern in her franchise and election methods. It. cahnott be charged against th-e Asquith government that it is tardy in these matters for political reasons. It is acknowledged that each of these, reforms will add voting strength to the Liberal party. In Fact, the London Spectator, a Conservative paper, says that it' the one man, one vote franchise -is adopted, the Unionist party will not get in office for a great many years, if it ever does. The general, elections, the Unionists carried scores ot scats by the non-resident vote. .The Laurier government did away with plural voting in Canada as soon as -it camq into ofllcp, and now the most rabid Conservative would not advocate returning to the system that was' once one. of their pet pol.iiciil hobbles. It takes time to bring about reforms In, the Old Country. The government 3 known to be anxiouk to bring about a rediatfibuxioii of the seats, which have not changed since favor of the Unionist party, the landowners and aristocracy, while the lengthy voting period is the very thing for the wealthy automobile owning The only reason that can be alleged .why the government Is not busy seeking political advantage In ;thiB way. IB Uint they are -too busy attending socln. and economic reforms that make for the prosperity and happiness of the people and [eel that they have (he people sufficiently behind them lo win even against the political 'handicaps under which they have been laboring. VIEW There is a scarcity at spuds at Kd-monton, Come south, EtlmqnttHiiahs, come iJontli. naval .policy than do the people of Canada; who -have to put up the cash. W.hjfher are wo drifting. The London; newspnpoi'H seem to fciiow a lot more about the accim-nlntes dally emphasising the need. of a land titles oflkc ologistE.for years past has been evolv- ed. Ever since tbe foundation of what is now. the flourishing city of Calgary by Colonel McLeod, then commissioner of Jlounled Police, in 1S75 or thereabouts.; there has been to knew of -the name. And it is only .recently that this has been ascertained. Donald Mackinnon, professor of Gaelic r.t. Edinlnirg University, writes lo a Calgary friend that Calgary is the name of an estate and adjacent bay on the northern shore of 'the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Seot- and. The name is sounded in Gaelic with the stress on the first'syllable and a single "r" sound. In Gaelic the name Is spelled -'Calgaraldh." The meaning of the-first syllable, is unknown, 'but the second, means a or a pro- tection from live wind. The mansion housPon the estate, owned by a-Mr. Mackenzie, is now called "Calgary Cas'tle." Col. McLeqd. .who, as ME name signifies, was a knew this spot on the Isle of Mull, when a boy, and when ivanting name to designate a spot sheltered by the Rockies, chose that of the little Too Many Preliminaries 'Can't you get any asked a woman of the tramp .who had-applied at the back door.for food. "Yes, lie replied. '-I was offered a'steady job man who, lives down the in that big white "That's Mr. Oatseed. What was-the "He wanted me to get up at 4-.In the morning, milk 17 cows, feed, 'wa- ter and rub down four horses, clea: the stables, and thqn chop.wood untl it was time to day's work. "What did he warit-tnnay "I dunno. I didn't stop Companion., estate In as appropriate, and anybody who has reached '.Calgary after a trip tbe wind-swept prair- ies that be .made a good choice. A Punster Boards a Buggy (By Eugene Field) he said in accents soft, A fellow just -like Should axle little girl to wed. What would lier. The maiden drops her If quid eyes, Her smiles with binsh-es mingle, "Why seek-the bridle halter when. You may love on, .sur, And then he spoke. be -niy bride J'rask you once again: You are the empress- of my 'And there shall ever reign." "I'll never tire of kindly- deeds, .Your slave f'llifondly And saddle be the pairs .around, Who our >blisg daily sec." The while he spoke the maiden felt Her mantling blushes glow, She took him for, her, faithful hub. To share his wheel or wboaK HAMMOCKS AND CROQUET SETS At a price to tempt the moat careful buyer 20 per cent, discount off AVe only liavo a few lul'l in sl.ook. Sojf you wnnl, to scRiirc olio ol' these liarg-iuiiH-. do not delay. Come and get-one IKMV. Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 5S5 x' Here are three good ones ThrAP Lots 7tb Qucoji Victoiia Hth St South, tnclng 8, must bo sold tit sewer, anileleoUio a splendid site for three .houses. Ciri bo hod for snap t short time i'BAW Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE COMPANY -'V-Bk leal Estate and Investments 5WNEKS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuaMing Box 1979 1291 Several Excellent Investments 80 Sitei Choice Irrigated land, to city. of Queen' Victoria inap Per Lot, Terms one-tenth cash, the new .C. P. R. Subdivision, north of Ovcrhtad ance 9 years at 6 per cent. We have also several ten acre plots at have ''choice- BEST BUY IN CITV acre. Terms 1-4 cash, In all park of the city ance 3 years. -tts-betore buying. PROPERTY TODAY' i Wilson Skeith V TO INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH REHABLE INSUR ANCE .OFFICIt Opp. Alexandra Hotel C.P. K. Agents Phone 1343 Tne ability to place his "hits" is no more essential to a good batsman than to a good advertiser. The Herald will place your hits in the homes of the people of Lethbridge and district T n I l It s a case ot know guess ;