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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LK T nmiTDGE DAILY 1TKRAL11 LEfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1907 Publ'lthid'tf Thi'L.'tiibrldgi H.r.ld Puklllhlng Co., Lid., tvcry liwful It III 'Until ll'rMl, Lfthbrldfi, Allnrlo, Cinadi. 4 ,PHpNl! An'd Mpirtnifnl 1224 W...A. BUCHANAN T. W. QUAVi-E Mimnglnp Editor JOHN TORHANCE MinJB'r Circulation And Job Depcrtmtnta 1252 DAILY iUiSCRIPTION RATKi THE OAll-Y HERALD FOB AT Midlclnt H.l-r.. M. Xorlhim. tl CrinlirbakV B. aod Co Jacliion Sc Co.: Alex- Atchlnlon. sndm'Houl; Drui ci.rtiholm-rO-, L. Relneckl- Swrr City Ji Co.; B- w. Druf Co. HamlUPD- Vancouver, B. Wide Plncher J. MUcniii; KOWB Company. D. L. Brown, Bros. aip_jih Street. Jamleson News 705 Avenue: Druf Book Company- Fernle B. Deal. Alio on all C. P. R. Trains HERALD or mare, pagea, and contains THE WE FubllBhtd evci-y define in .Summary qf- iae nawa or the week, local and district 1 year 'In 'advance 51.50 3 months irradvance 50c. C months In advance Borden and-the Navy PrtEMUCR BORDEN is between the devil and Hie deep, sea on 1lie nnvy qiifisiion. The' devil i? niclnnl .MeBride of'British Colnm- 1 bia and ilie Xiiiioimlisis, ihe no-navy "vlemeiit. form Hie deep sen. McHride 'wants a navy and waius it niiick. The -Kiuionnllsis iloii'i warn a navy. They elected ID oppose one, mul if -tlicy.are true to their principles they will deseri -Mr. Borden if he yields to iMcBricTc. Sir. Borrten doesn't Know what. ID do. He would like (o please .both sides bul he can't. He is wob- bling. Just atler the Quebec elections the premier made this siutemeiil; i ibe last few' months j reports Uave been publisher! re- specting a visit by tbc prime minister, the-minister of nmrine and others to Brilain during ibe summer.. As a matter. of fact, they are entirely unauthorized ..and wholly conjecture. N'o sucli visit Iwen considered or arranged, except that of Mr. Fos- ter, who 'leaves on the in- sUut-lo aUpnd -the meetings of the Imperial Tra-de Commission. The cabinet has not jet consid- ered the visit of oilier members or subjects to be discussed, and reports to ibe contrary are en- tirely unauthorized." There does not seem to be anything Indefinite about-', chat... does there? And'yel, just jii--iiine lo forestall the Lr-iirier speech in -Montreal, It was out' tliht nnd llr. lluzeu Fbr'KnsIanri on June 28.' So. that if H ivas true w earlier that the cabinet had not de- cided, somebody bad decided Tor Ihc cauiuet and for Mr. Borden, and had enforced his will iijjon both. 11 r. Bordeii liuisi be reffreilins that alHaiice he made Pelletler and N'untel and the anti-navy party. itnd thereby him force tluui Ui_o ojilnion oC those tminiilfl. It then tit1 hooves UH ,lo mighty strees on thu I'opUinllon poueess, ami !o soj Unit In no wny It be ullotvpd lo bear ilio smallotit aspersion. on thlB, tlioroforo, thoro IB urgent need .'or outcry against the irri'giilarllloB ;wli1cli arc said to Imvo takon nhiue with to (he ullol- of liouiGsli'uds ut tliti Medlctuu Hat land office. The puriluuljira. with Us ultciulnut IiiJisonUon Ihc homdstcndcrs. have been roporlod in our columns. 'If uihttcrj Imvo licun UK uUUil, tlien.H atriiigpnt Inquiry I nocesgnry, Our- I'oiMitHtluti us a IHD pvovnll, and "lost wu put" n-hnt It is that has helped, am is helping io mnko UB ivlinl are lc( n u ;H'ta iiiichnllo.ngeij. OUR POINT OF VIEW Swat the swat It quick. OUt "Man lUlii can eome and uink us a prolonged visit right now if he wants to. After u couple of weeks In Mani- toba the Field HaUery will find how much better a place Is Alberia. No ratepayer will jirotesi agnlnst the city council using the the tax rate. Prflsideni Tflft. we are told, has a Crouch. He will have u worse one before Teddy gets Hi rough with him. all want gae. What's the test uay to II? The ratepayers will have opportunity Vo decide very soon. to put tho ban on bnvloy. rye, gropes rtiul few other farm proUuct" which interfere with iheir ciimpnlgi against the iriilllc and .tobuccc TarilT commissions no-woubl maj Bervc a useful pm-pose in dealing with economic problems. Hut, first and foremost, u i? essential tlmt the} should be properly constUuied, and that i heir personnel be not strict wedded to the doctrine of high pro- tection, for in this case the guro would worse than Hie remedy. The alteration in the duly on lum- ber does not exactly proclaim u belief in ihe virtue of the permanent nnturf! of a tariff. Civic contracts should never be lei iiboul ihe whole council first giving its decision. That is the proper form of civic government and should he adhered to, If the London ilethodist Confer- ence decides that church members IUUSL not grow tobwcco they will have. The nmn who sold those Indians (it Soutbesk liquor deserves a term the penitent in ry. His Infraction of the law wns the cnuec of the uuivdcr of the policeman iinrt he Is us much euthleil to punishment us Ihc actual murderers. 11 is high time men In ihis country learned that the selling or giving; of lujuor to Indians was u serious crime. The Tories, In opposition, did llleir west, to blacken >tlie reputation of Hon. William Pugsley us an administrator. Now thai they are In power and Ihe searchlight of n Tory, commission is placed upon the administration .of the Public Works'department during iho Pugsley regime, no Haws can be found 'which is further proof of the .fact that Tories very rarely Know what they are talking about. What About Gas? WHAT Do we wain it or do wc-not? We do, is the ;unh'crgal cry. Do we want to buy it from a muni- cipal nUint or from a private com- pany? From the former of course. Can we expect to get as a civic imdertakine? Ask gods. rnr- know not. though we have a firm con- ihat tlie chances are poor. As to dealing with a private com- pany, ihe main objections.'are tli First, the company gets a long "franchise. If Ihero is any prospect, "fcf ihc.cHy securing gas'U. ba io pive n valuable franchise away to a private corporation, but If _1here is no chance of securing gas then of course, a franchise niiiBf be given, if a private company lo bring gns lo the city. Second, Lhc old agreement as. to is increased. This is a. serious .objection.- The city gave a franchise '.to a Calgary concern." The price of gas tised at 15 and 25c. This i franchise was acquired by pany, now Eeekhig amendments from Lh0'_cuy. One of ;is .a. ctirtnee" Jri1 the price-frbnr 1.5 and -to .be ihe-.-Tdte chai-ged tb .all places -taking cb'ru'iia'njV-.'-Thetgeheral- lleeling .is -tlint the. old'-rate.should'be, 'fcdhered-Ao but; -.'defclaye absolutely ihat they ca'unpt do that. laft that Lethbridge is nearer [lie source of supply than Calgary or ilaclea'a makes 'not the slightest dif- ferencp, the compfiny declares. Tlie same rate is io be chargetl in .all places, and Lethbridge cannot be Third: Tlie rate prevents Leth bridge competing with Medicine Ila Tor industries on an eciiiiil, or even a near cqun'l basis.' That ia too true but of course under tha old agreenien' tlie'snoie would have been the case ,It is impossible MS to supply 39 cheaply as Medicine Hnr, unless the city flnfls- gis here and supplies It as a.- civic utlluy. In the amended agreement the terms Ecj- ilo Indus- tries iiaing.a large qnantily is reduced to lac, the power rate in the old agreement; The" amended agreement, apart ro.m'tiift irate (for is much be tier than from the cFty's ndpoi'nt; Thc new rates find much opoaition and these, ..the ire'Hp have municipal conrfol of th'is the cause of the most argument this bylaw. earnest consideration from'' every their liallotB In Llie.i best Interests I- the dry No Swatting There (Chicago Tribune) be of good clie-ar. You will not hare io awat tlies in heaven. Bob's Way (Toronto .Globe) The Hon. Robert Rogers is organ- izing in Saskatchewan. An-'expaiidtog uoto circulation is probable in toe west. west. On the Map Now (Ferine Free Fretsf. The Lethbrldse Herald comes out with a publicity number that helps io put a the map. "diue with Calhoun, to dine with Mullally. with Umbaen and Green' at their homes, with Ford at his fash ionable club, .to consult with Drum and it led him to wealth and power, ID the luxuries of autboril.y nnd niouey. to ihe miseries of expos- ure, prosecution, and prison. THief can -point to all the places interest he travelled. n contemplating a Journey might consult him before they inalte a choice of routes Farm Land Snaps 320 acres .All steam plow laud, with 210 acres under cultivation; fnir buildliiKB, good well; all fenced. goes with Iho hind and Innd can be had at ?3ii.OO per terms. 640 acres All steam plow land, with 4UO acres under fenced; good well; In scc- llon oT the country where failures are unheard of. Tlila 'Becllon can' be had nt por sicro on reasonable turma ,320 acres ;f All-Gleam nlaw Uvnd with under bulLiviiUpn; 'JOO .'nCves In unlnuce In.-summer fnllqw.-Fair; bill yfiiool; 'a spieiuHd buy 'at S30.00 terms. Crop yoea lond( Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 jote." Lest we J1WV- IMMIGRATION from the United I: and particularly fi "i; ihe portion, has assnr fli'ich- jirapprUons i'V 's causing much1, in Ahe''counlry- of HE exodus. -To the North 0 -has been and. to further-the effort3'of this .congress to'be held-ln Seattle'. Emigration, from older ;bf.'tbe; comilries, of Eli rope." into, new ilandS: _v. tunllies .are belter., ,lo .siir- prised aj.' Xor vdo'-'ihe.1 authorities Iliere vleV, dismay Ihe de- parting of thousands'. oficHizens. They help .to strain exlgl- caused by anil "f I( Is .part machinery of Hie governments those comiVries lo nc'w noiinlrj ,Hkc is dlffer'ont.' There, ill Ihc, northwest, are clnluied tna like opportdnltiee nlilcb are available In our own vreal nnd northwest .mlvantages of space, md In Ihc mag- 1 niflccncD of nnUiral resources. In.-apUe emigration contln- lies to (Ms Innd of ours, not In in tiic volume of" a mighty i stream. We nfcLurally welcome Imml- population ineiil. .GoJi'aiflerijig .the.' ibe oITeK; and :th'e Immense "Wealth, pt our.hidden resonr- ,ces, .we .are surprlse'd it--" the. thousands -llial. -nonrV-in, possess attractions the nunibera TO 11 si rpll'.in. y the immigrants from Eur- ope are'coiicenied, we may lie right. do ever pause and consider why-it js that people should leave like which are said to 'preeHiil-.over- Uie -border to conic lo tlicre.inol something more be-, bind ft. than the mere seeking of! have lo offer in material- tilings? do not desire to Hatter! o'u'fselves, but la H not true that there fc-Boniel'ilng Jn our lawg and Insllui- tians, Cornething In our spirit of Jus-. Kcc, wln'ch lii no sumII measure have-i Ihelr.mngJietlc port'erB? Hiire-j ia case, thore Is no "The Road I Travelled" (Cnic'bgo Tribuhef When I first, entered politics I was a sanguine young; man of 21. 1 bad graduated from the California State unlversiiy and from Us law depart- ment. WUh Franklin. K. Lane, Fer- dinand VaaaauH and -John II. more I lielped'to organize .a club for civic reform. 1 had established my- self in a modest law office up two nights qf stalra In a building at the corner of Sutler and. -Montgomery. Here our little club nret Isyo and three times a-week to read and dis- cuss lending works of political econ- ''ora'y. Through' Lan'e' We "correspond- ed with similar 1HU0 bodies endeavor- ing to Hwak-sn American public con- science. One of these was represent- ed by Theodore Roosevelt, who then was'moving along .th'e'- same 'lines in Today Franklin K. Lane holds -the position of inlerelale com- merce commissioner. John' II. Wig- more Is-deRn-bl'-Uiu Northiveitern-unN verslly law school, nrolesaor o[ law. I am in a prison cell. They live in honor; 1 In Vdlagraee, Their words are listened to with respect; J speak only with'the consent of guarde-and under their' caneorihip, is from the prologue of Ihe aiitohiogranhy of Abraham Ruef, for- mer boss of San 'written ITI prison. N-ufc? uuncd off tlie on which he alarted. .He took one of the broad croHsroadn. it led him to Cohiclentious A young governess wan trying" to teach a. yerse of poetry to a dull- witferi saying it, over era] times fhe teacher said: Bcssio maintained a aiubborn si- lence. The teacher recited the verse again and again coaxed the girl! "Now try. I am you can say it." The child nodded her head, but kept her lips tightly closed. say It again slowly and you can repeat the words after me." Then Bessie spoK-e. "I muslu'l.'1 "You "Mamma says 1 never repea anything I York Times. Probably Got OH 'Apropos-of .certain iiaCqiinded.char gG5 of drunkenness among the a or a cadets at Annapolis Admiral Dtfnrcy a.' dinner in told r story ahout a young sailer. "The. sailor, after a long, he'-sald-' 'ashore In the tropics and it, being a hot day. :he; drank; ir certain tropical bars, too much beer .the sailor-lurched, .under-his heavy load along a palm-bordered, av enue his captain hailed him indig nantly. "'Look the cnpLain said, 'sup- pose you were my comniahder and you in 'such a "condition HS you're in now, what would you do to j ijiit! Ho tlco of. yon at' all, Toiirnal. r THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MQRNINGSIBE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 --take, ihere Is our regillalloii. The adoption of the three years' system In the American north western a La tea Is al- Jrnnily. laUj Ic ihe .uiiiy suiu- 'lion -lo own soil (ho farmers tii-erc, Thft doiiiltmnl note iimongst those who, fearful and alarm- ed, an: endeavoring lo hold whin Is beat their la lhat'lhorc are- wrongs to he righted, Uml the cnpllnl should do Justice.. This IR Iho InBlnqntloti 6r'lher soils 6t the 'liitij, To Amateur Photographers FILM PRICES ''T'ro'hi' u'tnv- 'oiir'priccs-'fui- will lio tlio snnie, as Uin, which you will' Cuul 20 lo 25 per cent, lower tlwn yon bison ANI3 I'JJlNTI.NG pvoinplly tincl carefully sill ended l.o. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 555 3rd Avenue S. 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 Real Estate and Financial Agents At whose office lists of these properties can be inspected These lists contain the very best buys to be had in this city and district Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Fi ive With one 22 Acres1 flax; '30 Whcal; 120 Wlical.; 2i> pnsLiirc Hlnok all and granaries, and per JKTc.ljikcii Street Mlf FORD ft CO. Opposite Herald Inveitment Broken Phone 1235 i ;