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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnBRlDGE DAILY siilay, 12, ioi2 DAILY HERAti) DCCKMDEK Mwrirf FMWUhlnf Lid., tvtry liwful L.lhbrldft, AlH.rti, Canada. W. A. tUCHANAN Ntw> OlrMtar T. W. QUAYLK Minuting Vdltor ..JOHN TORHANCE Mansgtr Cireulition And 1252 DAILY RATM l 1 year, by mall t 6 monlhi. by mall 3 months ........II.M Ojhj by J month drtinnA often mi but Mtw mint THEtDAIUY HIKAUB FOB iALl AT Store. Blimond Diamond City Toune Co.. It W. DrBff Co.. Hamilton. Plnchur E. J. Company. Li, McCrea. Brown. BrORj L Drug A "Book" Company. Fftrnle B. Beal.- -The -In _.......Blvsrfl'_______ on all R. Trains Jamloson News Co-. Avenue. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In of the nerts'o J In advance. G months In advance toe. 3 .month! in advance 50c. OUR POINT OF VIEW Dorden tobii its natural resources Tor.i government is tho qualification? Hoot. Rogers' announcement cm ter nilnal olovntdrs ly something like settling of -the cotil strike, consider ablo of 11 joke. The government will build u 000 bushel elevator to handle a 300.' 000.000 bushel crop. Ilimr thu farm- ers luugli. Sir. Rogers suys Mr, Horden will bring home from .England u satisfac- tory naval policy. sublime faith. the (ales of the license inspectors arc true, rhe lawyers of -Alberta can keep their hand- In on drawing up leases anyway.; t-' Mr. Ropers will have some trouble lit convincing -Saskatchewan fanners that the agitation for markets is dead. r. If any statesmen In Britain were to insult the electors as Dr. Roche did in his speech Vesoiirce-s at Regina, he Would bV 'driven to ob- scurity for ever., 'UoV'ltogfftrs fooled the west with his fi.kcVutiDUiu'a.nctiit about the set- tlement of'the slrlke. and time will demonstrate Unit bo Is Jusl as big n fakir on .the elevator iiiieailon. While Uuclo Sam Is nwontlnR drops of blood: in an effort to keep na live at home, Miss Canada. 1 rake up some wliw cht'U Moose .Baxter'back acros-i lln tho lures of Mu: wori When we get them they simply leave. 'i he government, treats A! berta and Saskhlchewan as thong! they-were bad little boys in the ma ter of' coirtrol of their natural sources. NVell, Borne day those boy arc going to be full grown men, am then The C. P. R. will spond loubie tracking its lines through th .Mountains. With the opoujiij1 f the Panama Canal in sight tho bic .ransportation company ls> not los.nt, my time in preparing for the event would have liked Sir Thomas to have been a little more explicit, how 'er, and to have stated, that'abou1 hirty millions- of that estimate wa> double tracking the Crow's Nest ine. Then, oh "you Lethbridj'c! W ITHIN the past six months tirfe: to the extent- of- have been imposed on keepers of Illicit- liquor city, and the justice of the.peace who-has ITU- these fines has issued an edict that.the practice must stop'or'he 'will ,send the nexfoffenders to Jjaii. But can he send these Jail? He does not need, to look up his records to; know, that in every case of selling of liquor it is a new offender- .who confronts him. Jn, -.the, dock, "and the only-recourse he has is to nnnose the penaltv for offence that is a ?1QO fine 'or m de- fault, .a certain jail term. Tie jail wm mdteriali7e8 for the 'easv proposition makes payment of. a .fine mere matter of lorm and the opportUmtj to impose the j rir sentence goes 1 The Herald believes Jiat the liquor license ordinance.should making the jail sentence for first of either a fine or a jail, term at the discretion the rmgistrate Amcrid the Act for this rea- the-, women of the underworld offenders against the act make sure that the magistrate never- has' the opportunity to charge them witH, a'second offence. As soon as.one of them is lined, she immed- iately has' the lease of i her house made out'ih-th'e name of one of her next ihe license-in- spect seizes- cache of .illicit booze, faces the magis- trate Because the lease is mgde oiit-in-hcr uanie. Therefore shei sale Hlegalh j A hundred dollar fine is tacked on, i arid as much nonchalance as though it were one hundred cents These people evade the law by this switching leases. The magistrate is helpless to do other than to levj the first pffence fine, which doesn't scare the "offenders a little bit. The only thing to do .then is to, amend, the law, so that a Jail term without-'the option of i fine nhght be the 'penalh Evasions would-: cease, illicit liquor traffic would fee ..under control. Consistency of Wider and Mixed Farming THE HERALDS morning con temporarj runs over itself in its effort to prove the Herald Inconsistent m its demind for mjrketg for the farrnerb Mhea.it iJsat the. Herald in one brea at the government for "not giv ing -.the. one-product farmer more' mar- -and in adyisingyihe' farmer to change his method's Hhns removing th-e necessity for more one- product markets, "If such necessiU really, exists. The" mental gyrations to produce this line c" reisoning must he indeed Weird and wonderful. Onlj'j strict, orders the govern- ment wonfa make it possible The Herald is an athociie of boih Tvider markets Tor the fnrmera and for >eirs has idvocated ril'verei'led farmingv But that the gaining of .tbe one would eliminate the other, the Herald does not- believe, .nor do .we Relieve that anyone conversant with the needs so either. I bat better methods ot tanning and an increase in the products the farms -of estewi f anada should eliminate tho neces slty for wider markets -for that pro- duce is a paradox, -the 'absurdity which is atronce Rppnreat. Alberta has i population of .nearly fthoui, the .same as..the city of Toronto. .About one-third c-f that population lives in rural comniuni ties, with agriculture .as the chief in dustry. have under cultivation about cent of the arable land of'the With the1''rural pop illation .rripidly increasing, and with the, consequent1- increase in the acre ag0 .under'', cultivation, .with mixed farming ot pijrelj grain; farming there; is. bound to be a aurphis of agricultural prpducts over and above what the meie tiome market demands the farmers require the outside markets, thit are denied them. 'The He'raltl 'will remain firm in its athocacy of mixed farming, .for mixei .farming, .and. in an agricultural province it cannot he too strongly, advocated. The likewise remain A Young Head on Old Shoulders (Montreal Herald) "_ So completely does the- politici personality great -man usurp 6 1 imaginations that we often forget h: merely human' aspepts. -It .was s deliver i speech of two hours dun. tlon and of outstanding importanc. at night 'to remain after (liat speech TviTb ifaiahwl until the fccu" o the morning, discussing the situation with enthusiastic followers from al over the cmmtrv lisa the morning fresh and hjithe as ever in the memon of the preuons nights feat which admlrauon staunch in its campaign markets for the farmers, for wider for. with jjood farming' there will always be ;so in .the future than at the present time -.'or wid- er markets wherein farmer IIJRJ get all that is coming to him for his products. To denj him this may re in a si am at the Borden admin igtration somewhat different from the indicates. An Insulting Attempt at Bribery THD ANNOUNCEMENT of Dr Roche Spcretan of Stite it the Regina .banquet that ttier Borden would not give the'west- ern provinces the natural resources while; the Liberal jiarty is in power in Saskatchewan'and1-Alberta ia but o-ne more proof of the evidenced of late that Premier Bor den has fallen from tha high pedestal he occupied when leader of thc--oppo- sitlon. One by' one the promises he .made the wcat hn-ve been repudiated. How emphatic Mr. .florden was in de- claring that if returned to power he wan; 'They are in the majority and the "auction of the Dominion pnrlla ment is, absolutely necessary to the .carrying out of'such" a policy. Fed erfil policy is not voted on in a pro vincial contest and the specious ple-i western. leaders on the naturaj resources question h as flag rantiy. as it is contrary to constitutional procedure. ftprden has fallen in .ihe re sp.ect of. the Canadian people by his weakness in allowing the machine .element .to dominate his party. Ills weakfles's was ilrst revealed jn the of members of would give the west the natural re- .the public. service without-cause to sources.. He attained-power and now satisfyHhe ''demands of hungry office mandate in the form of Tory governments. The to gain petty party advantage in the two western -provinces -the. electors are, told that they must give him a provincial miserable .subterfuge is quite apparent to any one who understands; the situation. The votes of the electors of the people in Alberta and' Saskatchewan in pro- vincial affairs do 'hot constitute a mandate to Mr Bordtn He gets IjH mandate from the ftomlnlon as? a whole. The representatives Nova New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario have a bigger say jn whether the people. of. these western provinces are given their resources than have the people oC Alberta and Saskitchc seokers, and now he seeks to further prostitute'honor to party' advantage by a, deliberate attempt to bribe the west with their own .resources. Thejpeople of Alberta and Saskatchewan however are wise to the- Ilogers-Rochq game. They know that the mandates io Borden arc fed ernl, not provincial, to capture the western pro fcllKfalK Five', constituencies In Alberta refused the bribe on May 27, a id the electors of Saskatchewan IJkowlse when opportunity is given Dr Jtocho is a cabinet minis ter, and his speech at Itcglna was'not shove the level of the com i moncst.brnivfl.i.of 'ward Iieclcr. j triumph surelv thjs i might w eH Ithj men of half his years 'Sir Wilfrid, -to his -followers, has ahvajs seemed endowed with -perpet ual vouth. 'Destiny, that mysterious goddess who as Kenan clears the ij foi her favorites has accord ed to him a lire the psalmists spin And m those qualities which are the factors of jouth_m virility cogency, lucidity, enthusiasm, optim sm he has not in his long life made an> appearance more characteristic than his speech at the Windsor Hotel the other .night Great men build far bejond the con fines of their'own' personalities. Whe- ther Sir Wilfrids remaining be few 01 man> his enemies who have builded hopes upon his phjsical lim itanons ire foolish He has built up a gieit Liberal part) to on his work. Those who saw him an he fiom Ottawa the olhtr day saw an alert and vigorous man Thej did for get that he is over sevantv because that historical faqt is too familiar but thej did maryel that his burden of yeais should have sat lightly upon him lhat wis an impression of his mere phj sica! robustness but onlj those who his speech and the speaker m' action could ftilij re alize Httlt his Appearance belled the truth, Too often 'In great person- alities the fire of the. flplrlt. 'burns out the For the sword -outwears' the "sheath And the soul; wears out the- breast. And the heart must pause to breathe And love iUclf have rest. But in the case' of Laurier the scab- bard of his spirit has proved north} and his dash and courage in the dark- est hour lifted his followers -up to a vision "of triumph. flora T( 'oke' No Place for Him'" (Toronto Saturday Night) Anyone taking a stroll'through the extensive mill yards of John R.'Booth of. Ottawa an-d passing the millionaire would, unless acquainted, take him to be an ordinary working man who had to struggle hard from early- morning until late -at night, even at an advanced age. to earn his daily bread. Mr. .-Booth has never been keen on or style. He has won his way to the front- as the saw mill, pulp, captain of Can-, ida, by unremitting toil, sound judg- ment and a close adh-erence to every project in his vast undertakings. For years, this" railway builder, lumber dug never took u. di} not feel right unless-he was up with the-birds ind labored all di i A -r-aw years ngu his family per- suaded him that it would: be to his jpbjEj'j'ills to tike a short rest and ed him to viS I' y t Farm Land Snaps 320 acres All Blcatn plow land, with 210 Acres under cultivation; fair buildings, good well; all fenced. Crop goes with the land and land can be had at J25.QO per' terms. 640 acres All steam plow Jand, with 400 acres under 'cultivation; .all fenced; good well; in sec- tion of tho country where failures are unheard of. This section can be hud at per acre ;on reasonable terms 320 acres All Steam plow html with 2GO acres under cultivation; I100 acres" In crop, balance in suminor fallow. Fair.build- Jugs, close lo (own and school; a splendid buy at 530.00 por tej'ins Crop goes with jantU Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 ntych cajoling iqduc antic Mr of so fine a .blad of hia personality The fascination is undiminiahcrf, looth thought the matter over for some and i owing to constint persuasion; finally "yielded. Arriving at the famous American resort late me evening the the party .-Now early rising is not one the ot fashionable so- iet> particulailv when holidaying at a watering place. Mr, Booth was up iext morning at 5 o'clock, his usual ionr. and started for a; stroll. He pretty, well qy-er the place nspecting the varioug hotels, and the road board walk. When the mem- ers of his family they 'found im pacing up and' down, very rest- ess 'Come on ,in .and. have -breakfast, one of them. said. 'Oh." he answered, "I had break- nat over an hour ago. ,1 tried to- get the dining roon} there hut thej trould not open the place until ft-ar J o'clock..' It -is awful have morning meal so late I hav een all there is ;to see he cor ;ided and I am goinjf home Oh no ire hot, father ans ered anoth-er of' the', party. '.'Whai the matter? Are you ill9 No -4 'What then' Oh well I am gomp home This no place for me, 'Oh yes it is There-are lots tractions heiS and >ou will enjoy wrself. thoroughly for a few days, 'No T cannot '-stay 'around doing ithlng. -I mst thirty.' or-'fp'rty people n this walk thja morning nd not one o! to me if I weie m Ottawa tho ill I would ha e hail half a hundred come up and exclaim Good morning Mr Booth and how are jon this, this not the spot for. a mah-'.with. large busi ness interests. He, is. out of.his ment here I m eomg home And he home selfsame da> in spite of the pleading and coax ing of the members of hid household to remjain longer. THE COMPANY Real Estate and IP vestments 1 i OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The British and Colonial Hiotopphic Co, COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES and Krtail, Sherlock Building Printing aid Denbthq for Imtenn All Work finished Same Day Joe roll Printing Mr Am. GOOD BUYS I The following irrigable lands are now for sale: PER ACRE South-east quarter of Section 11, Township .9, nango 21, W.'-ith. PER ACRE Section 12. east halt of Section rtorth half of Section 34, Township 9, Range. 21 PER ACRE North' half of Section 33 in Township's, Range 10. Sections 1, 2, 3 ami 4 in Township n, Range IS. North half of. Section 14, north Section 15, Township 9, Range 20. PER ACRE half and south-east quarter of 19; north half and south-west quarter of Section 20; west half and south-east quarter of Section 22, north-east quarter of Section 23; Section 29; south half oE 'Section 30, all in Township 9, Raitge 20. West half of Section 33; part of" the'north half of 35, in Township-9, -.Range 21. PER ACRE North half of Section 23, Township Range 20. PER ACRE, North half of Section 13, Township 0, -Range 20 PER, ACRE v South half of Section 23, all.of Section IM, in Township 9; Range 20; South-west'- quarter of Section'28 in Township S, Range'20. tenth cash, balance in nine equal annual insialJments, Interest' at "C peV cent per ful! particulars apply Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 Employment SEE Harris Olson HJ you require help or if you arc look- ing for work. BEGIN BLOCK Phone 143 2 Martin's Baggage. Transfer Investors and Farm Seekers lOOOjicroh or more of Lands, located seven miles ensl of Jjctliliridge Avhidi we have iiistniclions lo sell nl jiev tieiT, oji very rcasonablo Lenns. Land in this locality is "being held n 16.100 aoj-o and more.- Apply for J'ull parlicuhirs lo N. B. PEAT CO. Exclusive A McDoiiiild Block ;