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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HKRALD June 3, LETHBJMDGE DAILY HERALD biccuiift inr Fuill.hlna Co., liwtul A 'BUCHANAN J224' JOHN TORHANCI Jtk DtptrtmtnU 21 DAILY flATIt .tr -all .11.00 .11.58 .lie: _ Co ft Co.; AUi. Drug 8 Co W Hamilton Plnehfcf J Bnltlt THE DAILY H1HALD FOB .AT Hi "tcYlifi'n. p v -MOT BH StrMt CariMin- Alberta. DI-UC ft N CoBtpur CO Betl. Train. Brut Co. UednMdAv in dfkt or Mf't cantali man of the ntwa loST and dull-let idvuict- T 3 In iiyknct Fight the Cut Worm THL APPh of the cut norm should be the signal to Ihe farmers to ah tight ror its', extermination. Ifls uot goofl pojicy lo say ihe other run iLs course for two years and :ihen Tbar.Tna.v be-the history of th'e paHt..but. no-Intelligent farmer is.-sding tb-siL-down and, .like H raUllatvrepRrd.lbe, sltiiftuoii. as in- eMtable The cut be fough find.the farmer who Is 'early-.on the loo ''bad. IQ sit down and -hopelessly tlie.cguiv.prm destroy (be UopeB n'nd .expectations The farmers' cannot 'nfford ilie and the only way in which to cope with .thTe .to; follow the directions of experts aiijl njake a determined-effort to stamp out .the milaance. The'Herald 10 learn thuL 'the "pest'lias' not area in-Southern and? the way to prevent the spread Is" to" get busy ivlth .the best, known means of exter- The Country V Glorious Prospect parffd and sown lo f wheat is proving1; a.'blessing, for it has. driven farmer to- try..other aud the result Is n largely increased acre- RKe-of.barley.-and .flax. It IB alEo to note the tendency to go In foi ihe culmahoR of which .wiirj'doubilcis! ;prove' u ailmulus to 'off the crop-iUuatiou In.' Southern Alberta reveals j harvest .greater .year; '.fare -way. to. the., n of lUa .of grain 'reaching, a. phenomenal .height the Beusoa and.-witb. a oqntlnuance of orablc eather theie IB no doubt but the v'armers of these southern plains mil reap i full return for. what wag sown. Providence Is.Bmillng on the western .-..-country Ireincn-dous.yield In oill hlnda fact' thflf-last. year was too r campaign Jr fs a popular pastime of theie iehtletnen' to howl-about the dishoneiti. of Liberal! the uoige no doubt btlmf Intended to dli ci i at .tentipn-from the of. men jiithln ojin ranks which nere but eraditable to the pro .In1 Cards ton and. Claresholrii ihpr has been aiiHlcIcnt'evidcuce of lll to-siiitalii the .plcion ,11ml' tilt, Mlehener forces're sorted "to this method of" electing- can a'.Thplesale wer vot'Va-'blt particular- th ag'j'or iiHtloniiHty of LliV. voters a agalnat the Lib erals. his es that money and nbia nore poured Jn from Calgary to de feif the provincial Iroasurer. Th ivfti lupplicd b> the Calja machine dominating that iwrfj in Alberta and the monej came from (itlier sources deteinnned to get Mr tKen7ie.s acfllp -These'ire-'known facts and weigh considerably the fair'mind to learn that the i aponngB of a newfljwper press P bich makes Irresponsible charges wUhouL .regard to .evidence or fact. POINT OF VIEW lie pruning dai nllh the ;city, vlntentlon 'ofithc the hook. The-peraoh out the repor -tbit the rate thlb would be t.birtyimltlB miiB'L haveMtcei a. high flDancfer, but-lt, boost for this-city. The accompHDyfKK.the Made InCinaila" (ralh' ire'-id: be ilyi ur Lethbrldge lint' trip The west will 'have aometblhg lo shoir the call this lime: Is to haive a new. inola tlon hoapital a public com million form of goterninenl Mine sometime and The rallli of the godi certalnl> do grind Hal in) one noUcei an> of Ihe olher on Ihe Too itrlnff )Dg anything about the Her i attacK on Ifon Uoberl ft are afraid the naughty Herald will hare to he pimlabed Irr being 10 In dlicrtsl f _, In houM t-rl will be' tiled 'to Ibt limit 10 the Pretbr Aimbly It ndl for ntipbci or the Dry Fnrnilng. Conentnis executive to .take a jiunl In HMinantoii to HCC how It is done .While. Teddy, anrt'Tafl are calling .etcli; namoB over, tlie buck ya'r'di fence It would not be at all sur- prlnnf if totre Aterpnslng soul would itMl In and grab the apple pie whlbb.U ;canilna; ill ihff trouble. ThAt'a generally In aiich caiefc. Cement, ono dollar per barrel ;le0i lirLethbrldgc Inle yeir Hum U did tilt. Cenicnl li.HPt nmnuftcturcd In Cipidi nib re than It lust. The .cemtnt ninnufacturen fire not hg it the pre lent time, ct therefore run (tint lait year Ihey were dollar clear "profit aver. what, they are niHta- ing IhU year., Proiecllon'flfienig to be pretty, fair thing for ,lhc .cement why.lhey nhmild this la rather hard for the ordinary Tar- ff In one Irlff whlchviiervei only lo. fatten the iiirMi Of-the blpr Intercut! at ev of UK; >litillc In al- ofelher .-could' he no moi'p to ,bf conflldered I-OCH! politicians.say LhnUIlon: Robt Rogers and his o cojpe Into the'recent election', coil1 est In'Alberta, buffer some reason which they are quite wlllins to .t they kept aloof.1 The. same 'local loliticinns aro Vohdering wlietuer flis aloofness is all-incident or u. pol should be a policy and becomo habit. The members late-Dominion overunient took no part in provlnclnl olitlcs. claii-thnL li-a WHB.. horns ith. Roblln in local arfairs.Iu Maul- oba: .Mr. Oliver took uo hand in .or Saskatchewan politjcs. Sir John1 A. Macdonflltl iri..his later took no part In poll the leiuh of "earlier :days, that poHticully it" was unsafe and- did" not pay; Lo .Uevoir. iays that 3-Ir. .Pellclior so hurt by Gpuin Victory In he pen in hand aiul wrote out Ills, but later on withdrew It. That incident, shows the .unwiadora of a federal minister .gettinj himself up ;ia a political boss In municipal .alTaira. A federal mlnlater-is .too busy In hla to Bpirt ;in on j anything else. When aatiibeTpolltlc- iaiiBiaa Sir John 'A: Macdonald, Cllf ford .Sifton and, who mishL; be mentioned, declined Lo fight. In .the Iirovlncea, there Is pretty good rea son 10 beiicve-Hhat IL. Isrnot pollllciii business. It is -not" for the welfare "of. the country .that the Dominion, jovern meni, aiioiim sat'itself up-a's the sov poner build 4 chain of political birrlcades across the continent.., Probably '.the Kogers mciilenl.-Js a-policy and not'merely an Incident In Edmonton other weate: town W liahdlcRpped aiid.'th thouikntls' of mechanics may tie ro a fn'1 sonV work of-Itself eufticlent in obvloul proof that the cemeiit ITU ii'Hii which .wqrke H rlble injury, to Canailu. wickedest" tfatiire of the'who llie progress at prosyerlty. tif. Canada Is' tlm ibo monopoly ;whlch the; c menl merger works IB founded. jupo a (Rrlfr" exacted by the federal ijover moat, which Is. supposed-to leglilnt -fcr the general good .of Canado.v...; Without the tariff, the cement me ger would have betfn Alkehs, would liefer- had tb opportunity to load lila fourteen ml Hbu upon-Canadians and ment would -havevbeeu as-, cheap an plentiful In. Kdmoatqn today as th unobetrucled laws of cbinmorce w permit.''- For the WiDrilpeg Board of Trade hereforc, to waste" lime with veetlgaLIoo whllu Edmonton coutuo ers pay two prices for ceiuenl.brougli rom Massachusetts Is foolish iVhat" tlie boards' of- IradVof Weatej-i Canadian'cities would unauImouGl. demand is that the Dominion gov-ern uient exercise the authority which ins reserved .to itaelf under ihe.nnt mat lesfslatlon and remove the duty ipon9 cement by .order In council With th-e duty'oft cement, the'mer ger would have to cither supply thi deman-d.'at thn righrprice or get.on of the inarket and Vnake room 'fo: those who could "Just Joke' ,Tho you need any lype- writer sir? The. sup- pliei? .No... I'yo only. JuBt'bouglit her oC'Qhocplates.-T-Lpn.don Opinion: yon and .Bella, friendly ooV _ r..... we 'have' burled' the One hot auroipci a Kentucky beau stopped ajji_ttorlat s to order a bov of Hotels seqt LO his lo At the iime tlrae'hc allo puichdged a ..for the riTneral'pr a "friend. Oh. the card for" the box-he wrote; '.Moping these may aely you.lO'bear the The 'other: carcKbore. the one .word, 'Bynmathy. aoon toe sirl telephonetl 'Tliank you so but vhj did iou Sympathy on .Post. Camtnt. on Frti kilt (Kdmpnton Capltll) Through the Iniblllty of cement nierger'to the dtmind fl'ellerjl Canxla Is again threplenednfilh, cement; famine, nnii BrinpplOD Urms are ittiportlnp cement-., frpin .jAUjiiii- Tho' cenent nhuh coits 2 a >arrel, when >It goes into .an Eduion on ..building COBIH onb 75 a barrel in.-.JIaiiBachliBetts. The company which Is reiuonslble or this stale n' afl.ilTB 11 being In cstlgated at the instance of the Win IPCB iioard. of. Trade for evidence rhlch will ihow.thnt it is-a cqmblni Ion In restraint, of .trade. Sncli nn InveflllgitlUD, under .-inch the indif thai could veil Imtajn- id The fict Worth'More Ah ivere in de 5lih asieried colored mail Did }ou stand yqur gicund fthen a real battle came? No done' Did jou run A the first Vn it Id linon d corain'Td riin.befoh. hit: >'ah .-.flred This la a of cowardice Bo >ou conilder jour lif worth more" Ti your life worth niora than thai o }our captam ol of t Intrepid general9 1 iBsuh ft ma uuth more to me Pliln .ttfiler'. What Btfiarne of day. wantet pair o( rubber boots trier UrrcaBon him out young mer persisted in hlft deaijind. FlDftll> Pi pa told him a llttic he had read In -iJie boy .all the iterj proceeded: A little boy.In Ball I more had bati ghen a 1 The imall bo> Ijitenc'd to.tb.o end of the story md the father naa uin era tula Ling hlmaclf on the Impresilon he had made when nlth V long breath, Philip'Baked; :Wbat dp Vith the iMaclc'i Xatioiuil Monthly 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Train Exhibition dearie- UthUd over on t hnndrtd taltr- tialbHi w.idcrl.l MuMal At C. P. H. June 8th, from 0 a. ni., to 'A p. in. Do.'t Bin IkliVl" 'it will la rn. fiix toclorn flill. R EH ADM I I P N TO B VBItV OAK Farm Land Snaps 320 acres acres land, All plow land, ste m plow Innd with 210 acres under cultivation; acres .under acre under filr good will; all fenced. Crop goes with tlie land .and land .can 'be had lion of the Country _ where filliirea'-'arfe unheard 'of. Tills call be Jind nt 200 n -In --crop, 'bultnce lu sumin r fallow. Falr'build-. e -t.o school; splendid buy at' S30ipO'lpe CHsy' terms..-' J26.00 per easy tcrmu. acre- pu, reasonable lernis 'goes with 'land. Freeman Dominion Block v PHoiiie 1212 THE COMPANY Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE I -a i Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 r Phpne 1291 [The Lethbridge City Properties and Farm Lands, formerly owned by the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company and now the property of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, ARE NOW HANDLED EXCLUSIVELY BY P Cl fiL Wilson okeith Real Estate and Financial Agents At whose office lists of these properties can be inspected These lists contain, th? very best buys to be had in this j i i- city and district i ev' Opp. Alexandra Hotal Phone J v i Five Horses Go Too 120 S illi ono of Jifvt 1-2 near Magi-nth; 22 Acic-> oals- MniUi Wlical !25 pushup and (lO-siinnm1! all l Black IrtAni, all fenced, slablo and giail.uios, and iwr acre lakes all. ilnlck 8alc; Sixth Street MITFORD CO. Broken Phone 1235 ;