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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJ1T3 JVBTJIUKVIHJI'; OAIT.Y S; 10.12 .v I DAILY HERALD DECEMIER ItW......... Publlih.dUy Tht Lithbrldge Hinli PuHlthlno Co.. Lid., .v.ry lawful vlxtli strict, Albtrja, .Ciilidi. .Miniflng Director. T. W. JOHN TOBRANCE Advcrtl.ini Clrculillon .Aiid'JM DAILY IUMCRIPTION I ItlHtrtS I moll U.OO C months dcllverad m'oiiLhl. bySntU ..I. .11.60 'drrf---' THE.DAILY. HKBALD FOR .AT Crou Book J. G. Robertson Co.: JacUaon Co.; Aloi- Poople'i Store. A .Co.: R. W. Hamilton.. Pliicher 1- Mltchrtl: D. L. McCrea. Broa. Alberta'Druf 4i Book" Company- FtrnU B. Btal. .Hilirfc-. M- CNUlbrook, and Alchlmon..': L. Btlimclia.. Diamond CUj- Drug Co. i Vineouvir, B. WUl Company. V- Brown, Street. Jamlewn Kaws Co, Hlv.r.lde Avenue --Alto on all C. P. R. _ even1 WedriesdnV or'more parea; and 'rfontMns B summary ot pt wetk. IOMLJ ond Olatrlct 11-50 months In advance BOc. 15t- .t 1 year In advance 6 monthi In advance Blood 'Reserve Lease :OR SKVHRAI 1'act ever siuce.ugricuKural de- velopnieut'commenced tlie-re had been, a de- mand for 1he op-enlug for settlement of. the fertile reserve of the Blood I-ndlflns. This reserve today Is a bio: upon the is a great mass of- land :iinsettled nnd unculti- vated. The Indians only Jarm a very liitle bit of It -and rest is used for grazing purposes, k is hardly understandable that Lhe Ottawa gov- ;-eminent'should, make a. lease of this 'reserve for grazing purposes for VKARS P-VST in other ten years, and yet that Is Hi report that, conies from Ottawa, am the fact' that Gordon. Ironsides am Fares ure bringing many thousam Mexican' steers to graze upon the reserve, confirms it. Had the .government been wise would have proceeded Jo negotiate with the Indians in an effort to get Ihem off this -magnificent, propcrt; The Indians would just bo as well oft in-'.n leas desirable part v of the while :tnc opening the Blood-, Reserve to: settlement, would mean j'lucli to the j development] of Southern Alberta. The Marriage Ceremony A .GOOD DEA.L' hM.bebcn heart! -S'vel1' sei-eral instances of un- fortunate marriage ceremonies about ihe marriage question 6 performed by different Protestant lately. The Ne Temere" rie- ,cree tins been attacked vigorously and by Piotesianis. .and ihc .-..power the .Dominion to regulate marriages'- is now-before ihe 'courts for consideration. In meant line 'ihe Protestant .clergy need to-be careful lesL tbelr carelessness in performing this sac-1 ministers. A few. months ago -a little girl, years old, was mar- ried to a .man -twice her age. Agfin a .Chln.iman- and a white ;glrl married such circum- stances ;as called forth a repri- mand from the police It is, ioti common a this marrying of persons unfit to be unit- BRITISH CANADIANtlpST GUARANTEE COMPANY ACTS AS: TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR AS3IQNEE AND RECEIVER- MONEY TO'LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED 1NSUHANCE: V FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, FIDELITY GUARANTEE. V> -Conybeare Block j; Lethbrldge, Mintage wheii tlio cry will be abroutl "Too much ijnln." Keep your memory on ibis prophecy. York hotel ivnHors :ire on strike. Probably the lips luivcu't been big onoligh lately, Boyes is the Tory candidate In South ShiK'oe.- If lie-gets'the vote of all (tic hoys ho should win hands The .Methodist conferences have talked a lot nbouL raising salaries Tor :onr or live years, but talk isn't effect- ve. is needed Is more'liberal contributions.on the collection plate. The Ottawa Free Press condemns the lip system ou.lhu very day of Hi openinjj of (bo Chateau Put ting two and two together we HUT nilse thu newspaper num mnet hare been spreadiDe Irlmseir .ran up ngiiiusl a i-enl samplo of the ovl] Ihc new tavern. do so. If we liad the jcrubwonifln woiild go, too.'1 IJut the Ecrub'ivoinen, if they bad Liberal lean- ings or relatives, have hud la fcro too The falls on rich :ind poor, men nnd women red ceremony "is not left ouei? to 'tfo .matter license ye re attack. Recently Rev, C. O. Johnston, a To- ronto Methodist clergyman, made violent attack on che Ne Temere de- cree and a Roman- Catholic layman, -iv hen asked, what he thought about it, said: woiild '.that -Mr. house u-uins IJossessed or not, ministers should no a couple with that as Ihe excuse Age, state, and- ra.ce should be n consideration. It is no right-Hint a-child should wed an ol man. minded person .shout- never Tnarry, and in this country ;wi do. net. iviint to see white girls i be coming -the wives -of jjecially ihe class of Chinamen in liahitlug Ihls Slap at the West Ottawa chat the gov- errimeDt is .-luandoning ibe In tention oi taking over ihe terminal need cause no surprise. Nearly every Air. Borden made to the fsirmera ol Western Can- ada has ruthlessly broken. Those who remember the speeches deliver- ed by Mr. Borden on'hls'tonr of.ihe Avesl will remember that lie empha- sized, several proposals, especially for ihc'west, which were designed-to be nn offset to reciprocity. Among these' were- Riving of Lhe provinces con- trol of natural resources, ment or Lhe cold storage and chilled meats Industry, the purchase and con- trol of .terminal elevators .and con- struction of ihe Hudson's Bay rull- .There was.-rip mistaking the 'Conservative leader's Ho.'Tvas as "plain as. it was possible be in speech and theje. were; no cOnditJons nt.lBr.hed MV. BoVden atlainod power and oiie by' one, his promises have been repudiated. It. is true the.iVudsprfs'Bay railway is'be- in-g the. Euurier government let the contract I'or the part now un- der construction or it might'ulso have gone to -the wall.. Mr. Foster, who Is the most exper. ienced member of the government, was given charge of ihe department having to do M-ith Ihc grain trade, and the tiue.stlon of elevators; and iriifit to the new commission to see that grain "is not mixed and that is 'handled1 expediliouBly. It is also hoped that the sample markets when establislnad will stlmnliite compctl lion and thus remove some' of the present grievances. Anrt that Is all the Rt. Hon. R. L. Bordeh: oiler Lhe .-farmers of Western Canada. The "farmer's have lone control of (he terminal elevators. Rightly or wrong- ly, that much of the unfairness the. farmer is subjected to in the grading and marketing of his wheat originated .at the; terminal- rotors. Government control WHB re- garded remedv in Western Canada as the for many.of the grievances. Ihe handling of new grain com- mission. He line recently been in conference with the commlsnion-ers and announces that tho sample markets will not be caUbllsh- fhls year. This is followed up the further announcement" 1lmt 'tn'c government han front on nnd after .having' built up the.hopes ot the tanners the government de- liberately 'turiiF them down In. obed- kience Jo the requests of the big com- bines and corporations, which control the .terminals and have b-een fatten- ing, on the farmers for years. The western farmers voted for wider mflT- kele. The elevntor trust voted against wider markets. The Government is Formulating .Its policy accordingly and the favors are for The interests. There have, been repeated proofs fiiTuiahcd that fhe present govern- ment is hound hand and foot to Ihe corporations which delivered (he money and votes to defeat ihe farm- crB' policy in' September last, and by no means the Icnst convincing evi- dence Is the hack dotfn on the loudly heralded policy In favor of govern- ment control ol' terminal elevators. The farmers have nothing to hope for from thu Borden government. Unhealthy (Edmonton ..Bulletin) Hon. Pelletier is in such, poor e.ilth thai he finds fl holiday neces ary. FIriug dead postmasters must na Mr, Foster eays; a ob. Together 1 Leader) Tlic nominee for the chairmanship the Montreal branch pi the Cnnad- n ilauufacturers' Association is (mscrvatlve member of the- Quebec lflture. That's quile natural. The onscrvntive leaders nnd the rcanu- ctnrers are working hand in1 hand. Wilbur Wright 'onrt (hi Lac Dally Common wealth) It. is given to the cartoonist to rjre. JVlth ai pencil. Vho is -u'worldTs greatest eenius .in this at the J'timeXof rthe atti of 'Pope -Leo, ivh'en lie encircled e globe wiiii a bow of crepe. His forceful and equally Underneath throe "panels, inscribed respectively: "The are sho'ffn the steamship, the locomotive, and .thp lap of the latter the Am: eagle.' Below each'.is.the globe, 'ivfilje at. the of chti. panels .appear' the names Fulton, "Wri'glit, '.Over IL all-is written: "Whenv npthschild. Rockefeller and Mprsan vVre Forgotten." There no more eloquent eulogy of the' dead, aviator written than this, .McCutcheon. 'In a few strokes of hie pencil and in a apace three columns in width by about seven inches in length, has told story that might well have filled a volume. And the tribute IE "as well deserved as the is hlstoriculJy correct. is written plainly into Ihe triumphs of -McCulcheon'E Roth- schild, Rockefeller ami Morgan Are Forgotten." How better could .the homely truth be presented that" the .men who real service lo the race ratbcr than (he men 'tyho pile Up wealth are the OHOB .remem bered and written into the brightest pages of history? What thought can, be JTiore disturbing than this to the man who .has spent, his" whole lUe'In amassing fqriyne and-.- then yflnds when it Is "wo -Iflts that there ia' still something lacking? Rothschild, Rocke- feller, Fulton, WrlghK Farm Land Snaps 320 acres All Blcnni plow litad, Btcani plow la' Btcnm plow land with 210 acres .under acrea under 2GQ noroa under cultivation; buildings, good well; all, fenced, goes with tho land and land can bo had foncad; good wall; In section of tho country wliore failures nn- unheard of. Tills BecUcm hiul at itcrcs In crop, balance 1 In summer fulloiv. Fulr build-. Jjigs, closo to town and school; a splendid buy nt 530.00 per caey terms. per easy ucro on reasonable uocs with. land. Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block Phone 1212 The, Other Way The-grade'teacher hati just hnlsliecl wnruij.pleo. , kindness ;to dumb animals in..general, and to ;cats in -aheiask.? ad, do to1 prevent the poor cats frohr'.getting their heads stuck In tin An earnefil-Faced- youngster, w.ho looked Jhouffh he miehi solution ready., was'waving his bnnd "All let's suggestion." -1'1 7 "Tie ihe cane to the doss' tails.' National Monthly. Stephenson, Fulton, Wright. What a (rio of illuatrions names! The two former belong to the past, The last to the present. It was" to Wilbur intl Orvillc Wright 4o succeed others have wns left lo them o "teach the to And iuat as there Is no longer any dispute, as to the honors belonging to SLe-j iiAon. and Fulton, .so .Is there no! more .controversy over the place thej Wrights .occupy in the development! if aviation. The .priority ig theirs J ind Is undisputed. is a great j ity. that ono-crf Lheee Inventors, a] genlua and, moreover, a. man! mong men, must go In the prime of Ife. ft is the loss of'snch-inen that makes the world really poorer. And then there ia the which j A j Whistler rarely. iuet Ilia match, al- though he ,dld .so; once :in Sir Morell the famous throat spec- ialist He called 'on Sir Morell Lo treat a French poodle of which ho ivas very foud. The renowned phy- Eiciati was none loo pleased at being invited'to diagnose "the illness of dog. But ho kept hig peace.'preacrib- etl, pocketed his fee and "drove iNext (lay he sunt an urgeut message to Whistler asking him to call quick- ly. On Ms arrival, Sir.. Morell .said, without a smile: "How do you do, Mr. Whistler. I 'n-anted to see you about having -my front door ericans lu Paris. MissH. Lee Stenographic work done evenings. Will call, for, work., Rates rea50Bable.: Can lalie diciBtlon'by tele-' phone. Phone HOJ, after'6 p. m. 1208 Argyle Aviinue THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments (MNERS OF MORMINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuUding .-J- P.O. Box 1979 V Phone 1291 Swat Hie? fly mid put dlscnsc out more cursed with 'the tip system Mian of the way. llio fcjdcral cnpllal. "t Wlmt'H wronp Avilh Mio hoae siiifi? 'The boulcysTds ,cpn stand sonve wilier tho nbolllioii ul tiic tip, Is Tlie boulevards can't he expected lp look'well unless they get an occasion1 'nl.sonklng. Yen, It's dry Ju'sf. now, hut we hflz'- the opinion Ihnl the time la To Amateur Photographers FILM PRICES From.iicny" our pi'iccs1 for" films ami .paper will lie the. as 'the ca.slr wliioli lincl 20 25 por cent, .lower, than youiiavc been paying. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING iincl eni'oJ'u'lly iiltoiuled to. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 555 3rd 5. GOdr> BUYS The following irrigable lands are now for sale: PER ACRE 'South-east.quarter ot Section 11, Ranse 21. W.. Jth. PER ACRE Seciion 12. east half of Section- bait of Section 34, Township 9, Range 21.- PER ACRE. North half of Section 33 In Township 8, Raase 19. SccMons 1, 2, 3 and -I In Township Range 19. North half of Section H, north half of Section 15 Township 9, Range 20. PER ACRE North haH and aoiitlvenst'quarter o[ Section 10; north half and south-west quarter of Section 20; west half and south-east quarter of.Section 21'; north-east quarter of Section Section' 29; .south half of Section 30; all in Township 9, Range 20. West half of Section 33; part of the north, half of 313, in Township 9, Range 21. PER ACRE North half of Section 23, Township 8; Range 20. JH40 PER North of Section Range 20. PER ACKE South half of Section 23, Section Township Range 20; South-vcgt' quarter of Section 2S in Township 8; Hange 20. tenth cash, balance in nine equal annual installments. Interest at. C per. cent per. annum. For full uftrliculara apply' Wilsoii Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. Agents 1343 North Bargainer Two Lois iiciir suliool, cii-cli. T c r in s sprciidiiig over a year- Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. s 1 A'2 Miedonald Blcck Phone <4B5 PHONI ilartin's sigc Ti'ansfcr Investors and Farm Seekers Wtrliavc 1000 acres or -ino'j'o op A! Tiivm scvcu'-iui'lcs cniit of on very rcasonn'lili! I.Orni.s.i-Tvciiu.l 'jji Ipcnlily .is liolil J c. N. B.PEAT Kxrliwivc Agents Illock 1 ;