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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LK LY TTEKALD Sal .Time 1, LEfHiRIDtE DAILY HERALD 'MTABLISHEO DECEMBER by Herald Co., Ltd., Uwful at Itt efnof, Sixth Lethbrltigft. Albtrta, Canada. A. BUCHANAN Managing W. QUAYLE Managing JOHN TOflRANCE And Job i DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 00 1 13.00 C months 3 months fi montiu. by Sl.OO j by 1 luonth must fflvoa. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Lttntrldos Or Bcwk Store: J. Dr-js: A NUdlcine L. M. Xortham. BeaUta A Co.; Jackson Alex- DrUI L. Miclcsd-Youas Co; R. W. Plnchar r Mitchell: World D, Tiber 1 nne a pel 1 Fro wn A Brown. ith Cardsto.i Albsna A Book Jamieson News 7K FernJs 3. Also an C. P. R. Tnltij THE -WEEKLY HERALD in algal or Krtnlorlch Muullnln says no sano malt would desire reel- proi-lty. and yet the same gentleman supportnl the (rude nyreeinent ntull he lo pjirty For the Hrst time in (ho C'nl- giiry iionild displays some indepund- onco. ihonph the particnlar ease, a (jriiieism of Hon. Hogers, may 1'e insplrc-d by personal aniuins duo to some sHiztit Minister of the Interior tins i-iven Calgary or (he HoraUl. Anyway, itie Hentld Is hold thut Mr. itogers tlifnksJ, "Muuilobu Is the only pluco upon tlio wf-sturn map and Alberta dooun't count. The Culgttry Tory organ sliouid not "he snrorlsed at that. Surely it knows that that is tho way of -the lloii. Hohert. Alberta not agree, with Holy Robert's views so It1 must be "Juuished. .M'anitoba did hit-, bid- ding1 and forsooth IMs worthy or at- tention. Thin Is the Rogers and Tory wnjv To thti victors belong the spoils Manitoba Is yetting (hem every Qthers Dry Farming i IH's Iowa, Capital) Kariuini; 1ms proved a in some sections, but in others the good old sysioiu of carrying a Jug in- to t> elds futiml more satisfao- lory. The Col. S C Lax Farming Methods OMPLAJNT !5 MADE hi :o v i- t, 'and modern methods. of crop ceEd.noiis tha: miKt.; _3 for Col. Sam Hamilton Herald) U'l-AKi's tliat Hon. i Hushes' claim that he is i a salute ot" seventeen yuns by using lire- when tuns are 1101 handy, is i by the Montreal Star, which "As for (lie vM-ense, "we think the is worth seri- consideration. Firecrackers art1 much easier 10 carry around than 4.7 Seventeen of them can easily be packed on railway platforms, pri- vate verandas or t'von street corneTs in is known Colonel Hughes inteuas to pass, setting them off will j amuse the children as well as gratify j the minister and. iu case ihe com- ".Ma, urn 1 (he descendant of a irton- asked the little .hoy. "1 replied .the mother. "1 never your father's folks." The father, who1 was listening, went out in the coal-shed and kicked the cat through the News. ".Music and The "By- "are intimately can .realize this to tho full if you have ever seen an itinerant cornet-player suing on the hack oC the head whilst performing "In the Good Old Globe. munity careless and neglects to too i -Vsise ds the tendency >o easy 1 ior ii ally :he case.; depletion of r.fce soil will he bin a matter of u. few years- The farmer -air; of ;iad falls down has cue :o bla himself. The most regrettable i ft rrrerented farmers pJoTish- is that tie men 'vao take these j a arcairst chaacsg and fail are seoe.raiiy tn-e' i TO be done this spring, and men who cry oat the loudest IE con-[ robawe iiiai ih-3 acreage-. debs nation c: ihe, country. Tfe-s farmer ivho is meeting: vear in aa-2 is ihe man ffha i? methods an-a realises that ihere is as scaec scof-e for the application 01 in- tellieence in as in acv other vc-catios. Alberta, oiters oroonuniiy for the j lay iu own supply, the minister or supply 01 salutes in rheir hip pooki There is. in fuct, no reason why Col. j Hughes' wanderings through the Do- raiuion siiouJd not oe nsaTlced by an i inexpensive but glorious series of pnicucalJy incessant explosions. Sorderi's Attitude Now Fully Expc (Regtaa Leader) foltov.'iiig is taken from eiilrorial iia of the Moose Jaw had it i'or-tht1 rilstics m o; tier; fcr the reiirx't- :ac; ilL-i too Siaay feather If there is a the yieM par acre farmer aoj. sarpaseedl from ihe -in f There are be S-honid ;here pro ring to-a accuracy no: be siuSt'hjiii. moisiure the fanner i ittent every rear and vio s-aort cur to the cosi-j that tie s-ork of men should 01 sr-riag operaticns -arouid be underrated oy the lis methods of prorspiy suiter loore' S "The Reginn Leader says thauit is i none of .Mr. Borden's business wheth- j er Mr. HaaUaia or Premier Scott cou- j ducts :he negotiations for the trans- i-er of the public domain. !to the pro- viuce. That may be all very well. the, cr.led.paw- ;ori. your roudg around here are so rotten a man couldn't go faster than :teh miles an hour 'with- out endangering his life.1' "That's the said the justice of the peace. -JlVpu 'was exceedin'-the niit o' safety 'and we find ye guilty of attempted suicide. Ten dollars, if you Weekly. Farm Land Snap: Ji 320 acres AH steam la ml, with 210 acres1 umlur cultivation; fair buildings, good well; nil fciieod. Crop goes with the land :ind laud can bo had .it ?25.00 per terms. 640 acres All steam plow land, with acres under cultivation; all fenced; good well; In sec- tion of tlior country where failures art unheard of. This tieutlon can bo had at ?27.50 por acre ou reasonable 320 acres II strum plow land with 2( acres under cultivation'; 31 acruB In crop, balance iisiinunor tallow. Fair build- close lo town and plool; a splendid buy ril per terms, i) goes 'with land. Freeman Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 of farmers thai state- and Mr. Bortlen holiis the whip hand, a: CSQ the Leader do about T This from a Conservative paper is1 about as caustic a criticism of Mr. j Borden as has been published since 1 that genueman first entered public I life. It is a frsnk declaration -of be-. Her on the part of this Tory paper I thai Mr. Borden does not intend to _ i consider the rights or welfare Sas- tad clearly_and in nur na, tn paiuue cmcuy ejtpraicea tne meaniiig- of Bis f i leader, whose has i phrase "poMjicai -we may A Great Leader and a Great Speech failed, -who take Sir -s-ere Tixt him .in .tie' bnmCcf ?he that no of aaneia- fray. It happens rha; such tion or the anbcrdinatfoa' o? Canada a ;he form of 2 re-1' to' ihe "You nave the fact ural resources, but proposes solely to no idea thai; recl-j BET rbe spirit of such "Reese ve' D- raiih of prccity se hare :aer. i; niay b-g one of: don. and is not Roosevelt as good an) icanded on a nnn con-! authorftr 'for Canada 35 Tafi? is the wisdom o; hare and I rake despair in its nuer :he EJ" be one of is more rnr j RcoseveU idea f ct comniercia i iiose- -.vao hsTe rez-Z of" There was no sophisT.ry used in arriv- Sir Wiif-.-iii ai Tne iag ,ar this conclusion, and common- M-deraii t.-i Mni a: Montreal, whatever sense should h-e-lp uie unbiased convictions may be. share Sir Wilfrid's crannor. ba: be itruok with .the tone of The arsumeais for and against iriairpb nnder defear- trhlca rasr j ciprocity have received much bandl- oration. Kl ins, and U noi our intention to was no- rh- of ice principle j resurrect them. We allude ro Sir 01 the Liberal annerence WEIfrid's remarks to Drove that, so which tia-i -shattered fis f far at any rate as the western prov- raakjs. Lhe soandin% of; the] inces-sre coscemed.'Uie issue is not give consideration first, last and al- ways to the political fortunes of the 1 Conservative party, j If the News is correct IE Its inter- pretation of Mr. Borden's character and intentions u means'that Mr. Eor- der! wiil have no rsgard whatever for to the people of berals as well as t he solemnly pro- eifDr T "'-'d Power to transfer the 'a e" public domain of th-e west to the re- spective provincial governments. The -News says .Mr, Borden ''holds the whip hand" now, the people On- tario placed him in power, and the people of Saskatchewan "are now im- pudently asked: "WTiat can you do about Having the "whip hand" Mr. Bor- 2rm faith proclaimed which, dead as its opponents imagine, and so fondly hope.r The princfale" of i the. .greater, of trade AS MR. DOOLEY SEES THE SCRAP (Chicago Tribune) "Well, said .Mr. IJaoley, "this is gr-reat .campaign. It ain't like annything I iver see befure. It's so pleasant homelike. Ivrybody callin' each other liars an' crooks not like pollytlckal fnlmies. d'ye mind, but like old frifids that has been up late dhrinkin' togetlier. No baiin' about th" bush, JIG on anny formali- ties, but '1 picked ye oiu iv tb' gutter where's me or 'Whin we roomed together'ye stole me all tine an' manly like th' pollytickal debates I have to decide on a Sasurdah night with, a bung starter. Sure I wudden't be surprised if they wint a step further an' ye'd pick up a pa-aper some mornin' an' read that Prisidint Taft-an' ex-Prteidtni Roaenfelt had met in front Kennedy's policy shop an' th' polls had been obliged tq pry thim apart, but not befure th' prisidint had bit th' hand that fed den, according this province. o his own organs ill not fulfill his ar be in ihe boiied'an'd to the the p .with the I iitiersnres as 1 teis. They wil! re.r; he conviction thai.. ?o tons as the' "to s era! party-is what i-j. and bear ies such a leader -A-fiite- I'fred chieftain, their interests will When ;he IV.ce of govemmenr. naTlona! will not be solved "from the of view of one province." fainous Ta.fi letter has any interpretations, bin in view fact that Roosevelt, in his trfo Liberal p-atfonru __ In the words assurance "..his j Sir Wilfrta, "ibe-seed is'sown and fresr mar- i Bive" from them srili echo the hope nf (he leader that''ft'may he his lot [he seed sprout, develop, and lr is nor giren TO many men to make such speeches as Sir Wilfrid Lanrier has made at his time of life. We admire the vigorous -vhirh old age does no: appear have iamaired. He remains an ample of honest conviction, and of a '-ell-spent life, to the younger gen- ion. OUR POINT OF VIEW news to the world-that-a picnic Js worse than self. Henihi must, have had hack its opinion ogers until after the a time him- ne "morith city advocate'he says Sunday school people ought 10 make Sam Hughes '-come, through with evidence to prove, his Ktatemnnf that boys start to bcoze at Sunday scliool picnics. bye-elections. Sam Hughe picnics hi of Je feature Hon' 'Flohfirt (hat to win fts ar The Xffniatftr of the Interior will now know that there is siinh a plnce as Calgary on (he map. Thar prob- ably wag the object of trie Herald's attack .upon mm. pledge to the people, will not transfer the lands to them, hut will withhold them iintil such time as his own po- litical friends are placed in power at Regina so they can do what they pleas-? with the lands. The public domain, it is now stated on Mr. Bor- denVbehalf, does not belong to the people of Saskatchewan but to the Conservative party, and that party, proposes to rise the lands as a party weapon. The Tory attitude of today thor- oughly exposes all their loud voiced ciamorings in former years about the peopie a' Saskatchewan being "rob- bed" of that which was theirs. All the HaiiHain and Borden frothings of past years was, today's confession de- clares, purely for political effect. The Conservatives now openly oppose the transfer of the public domain to the people of .Saskatchewan; they demand ibat. It be kept by the Conocrvative party as somothinK belonging to them to do what they like with. "It's grand. I like it In times past whin 'ye voted fr prisidint ye didn't vote fr a man. Te voted fr a kind iv a statue that ye'd put up In ye'er own mind on a marble pjdistal. Ye niver heerd iv George AVaslfnton go- in' around ih' eounthry disthributin' five ciat see-ears an' people that Thomas Jefferson- run an' illicit still. No, sir; George was tb' father iv his counthry an' like a father, he .sildom spoke in th' .prfeince iv th' fam'lj- on- less he was cross with thim. "Why, Hinnissy, whin I was a young fellow an' in pollyticks, though I was captain iv me precinct an' a gr-reat power an' with a wave iv me hand cud make or onmake tb' very polls- man on his beat, I niver wanst see candydate fr prisidint. Whin a ma bad th' impydlnce to think he was e titled to this here exalted'job th1 firs thing he did was to get out iv ra sight, knbwin' if I had a chanst to se him hear him talk I'd say to m silf: 'He won't do. If that fellow i fit to be prisidint I'll have to ge to sc th' leaders an' run Fr pope.' Afthe ih' candydate had pegged his hat i th' ring, which he done la those day writin' a letter savin' that whil he wnd not engage in anny vulga scramble fr th' most exalted job i h' wurmld an' wud much prefer th luiet iv private life at half tb' pay, In wud consint to be a candydate on'; if th' convintlon felt that he wud hes carry out principals iv Wash'nton or -Jefferson, he ducked. Afther tha th' neighbors on'y see him occaa'nally setUn' at th' window with a amile on his lips a frown on big forehead wan band in th' breast iv his Prince Albert an' tb' other holdtrr a copy H tb' Declaration iv Independence Wanst a month whin his inirrifes spread th' report that he was dead a comity wint to see him an' b6 come out on th'1 front porch an' read a piece out Iv th' Fourth Reader." THE STANDARD COMPANY Real Estate and Iriestments Suite 111 to 115 Sherl RCX Box 1979 't The Orangemen Frederlcton attack in convention at the iato Liberal government for Its policy on recipro- city. What's that got to do ivltli the Protestant At Kroderlcton, the Grand Lodge of school Orangemen balled tho Liberals good i hard proving that this order is j simply a part of the Tory organic- J.lion, Developing and Printing for Amateur Photographers LET US DO YOUR DEVELOPING AND PSINTINO AND WE VVILL GUARANTEE EXCELLENT AND PROMPT WORK AT A MODERATE PRICE. JThc Booii (h Phone 555 3rd Avenue S. Insure Your Clip Against Hal The Canadian Indemnity OoinpanCchmipeg, have recently bt- tained a charter from the Provincial Giviicnt for the writing of HAIL INSUKANCE in this company: As., financially sound andiosscs Avill he promptly paid Obtained from this office. j[ All classes of insurance written, infe Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live Stock, Boilcjf etc. H. j. H.IEITH Opp. Alexandra Hotel Bhone 1343 Five HorsefGo Too! With one of Best J-2 22 ACITS flax; acres oats; I iJ When! 2f) pasture iind 65 all looking -Hlaok loam, all fenced: nodi" stable, and giaiuuiev ucrc dikes all. Quikk; Sixth Street MITF( Inveitmeiit Brokers CO. Opposite Herald PKonel235 ;