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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LE-nnmnwt BAILT m5iuu> 11, itlf LFTMM1DGE DAILY HERALD> X Its Until MrM, LMhkrKK, Alb.rtii W.-A. iUCHANAN T. W. Min.flnV JOHN T.OHKANCC MlKMfr HHONI: A4v.rll.lni AnH 1252 DAILY auiacmpTioH menths. by m.ll....... II M OAILY HBKALD 'iALI''AT i Store ss-iiIXj: J Q OrafisrMfc, C.- Co., Jarfcwn A AichlniM we mad _ C.; B. W. rmcuir J. D. L. MeCrm Bras. Trrag A Boak Company B. e__Ptrey Betl. City VMMUvtrf C-Worts Witt Mlnntspolls-Jrewm JamiM TH JUrtrtifc A' Ne 'Also R. Ti-.ln. ,j THI WUKLY summary of.I f mepths idvitnet What the West Wants THE TORONTO NEWS, the chief Conservative organ, outlines a new Borden policy for. the west It may be seriously intended to adopl the ideas mentioned by the News, but tie KMt isn't golns; to discount the future by jguring ohauies wtjl cone through Borden's western policy so far has been goW brict He promised gov- ernment owned and operated terminal elevators, but he Is not going to gUe (hem, so Foster though Sob Rogers 'on tae eve of the Saskatche talks' otherwise. Bob 1s always a great promiser before el- 'ections. He promised a. reduction in the dutj on asricultural impieraentE, but he has been m power through one session of pailiament and nothing in that direction has been adopted attempted, through his -Minis t.r of Trade and Commerce, to take away the prjviloge the farmer pos sessed in a car to ship his grain the same terms as the ele- ator and onilliag man, but thanVs to th. tlgkt of Liberals in the Com- mons and in., the Senate, he failed. So far Mr Harden has thrown cold water on the west and it will take more than an ''announced policy" to popularize bis government in the est j A slice In duties here and tie re w be taken but the wan it wants a bigger and ibett jcllo, itreak, and hantlly excuse offered by. the' cement' Ut.r- ests that th. fault lies with, those 'responsible for transportitlogi Thew ar. wad. th. or something Is to blame, aid railway bating shoulders "broad en- ough to bear It has the foisted on It. There ire undoubtedly tlsm when railways are responsible, as in tho case ot the car shortage in th. remotal of grain. The} then ven expected to cope with a situation which, occurring at a definite season, they should foreseen But ce- ment is in a different category to wheat. Its production does Qo4. fruc- tify at any particular period. There- fore, common-sense and business In- sight on the part of the manufacturers ouckt to (ouijkt tie tang ere this, If such rt was. This bovr .icuie has lit In It a plaailhlilty." Tb.n to be a IB ce- naiutactttrlK lest thjjr should Joe. special Tk. as they It wtulet do, caaais to their reecye. It acopts the aid gtrta a Horary hafmeajure In tho hope that It would tilence agitation for the being. There are things to" blame but not ike tariff.' That Is something tcio precious to ac Interest-tied goters- cnent. Do away with the cemut. duty etttlrely? Not on your life; there Is too much at stake for the aovernment to do any such 80 long as it values the friendship of Its plutocratic following. OUR POINT OF VIEW Don't lose any time about swattln the pesky little fly. He Is a-dlsem distributor; s Magistrate Humphries is right. Jai Is the place for these persistent Illlcl booie sellers. TJiey shquld W given lonj term, too. Once the Connaught. sees :he west he w'lt want to stay In Can ada and have the capita moved to the prairies. We are told'In news Ontario bat "Rowsll'i followers ar. fuli of hcpe" With their leader's policy in orce that is about all they could be ome "full of." "The little. Red Schoolhouw" is irclng its way Two districts have just organ- zed In the Grande Pralrje country, way north of'Edmonton. school alwajs the hand msldeii of settle- lent in this country. The pr.sld.nt of Con orvatiie Association bai nam- d as a commjMJqner (o larg.s of That's as bad as the being asked to re buke sin or.Wm. being expect- ed to leave a Grit postmaster safe.on the job. The Toronto a week ajo pre dieted the' removal ot the duty ion ceinent, but Mr. ike o." Finance, only cuti the dut> In two. Likely the reit of Mr. Bordeii'a ie- tentlonB, as announced by To- ronto piper, will npt he fulfilled any better. Ontario's aummw pest is the tent caterpillar nhile is tbe cut norm. All lundj haie to put up vl'n nuisances, and the farmer "ho thlnke [ie is autterlnf most if he read! 111 learn that others of his clans are suffering just as badly if !ncit The Presbyterians and Methcxjitit, ai least a inai many of the given up church usloii dea It Is to be Soped they hemHlres with tht conversion ot the opponents for the union of churches s one of tho ureent econqniic ge.css nies of the Ghristjaq in V'trUrn Canada. What Qthm Think f n market''ln'which to sell its product The Bonuaing TTOW ABOUT BONUSI1SG? JCI There is not a city or grow mg town m Western Canada thmt Is not intensely interested m tbi queitlon. at the present time Ther js-uot a, gon by but Letbbridr civic authorities are face to (ace wltl some ittuatlaiL requiring a decision on 'thVmatter. What rule is ob ierved in tbese cases'1' What is a bonus? Webster Is "a sum given or paid, over and Above what Js required to paid, as a premium glren for a, chaner or other privilege granted to a company.' That Is it is in inducement given to company to locate In a certain or city rather than in other town or city Western Canada, cities want indus- tries, and so long -as they want them they seem inclined to boous to get them But are they right In doing few ask western cities tor a straight cash bomis. of them do ask for m. frw site. If tbt cHr is prepared to grant neb a request, that Is the city's QWB look- out, But toe trouble is that very few Indus trie i atop there, and the cities in their anxiety to land the manufac- turing business in men? cases do not stop either. The result Is that the industry gets a free aEte, ind half doxen. eth-er concessions IB the torn pf exemption from taxation, free wa- ter, free power and everything else the city has in its power to give free given free, they, are given at but a fraction of the cost. What IE to be the result9 in a few tears the people of these citie Vil out to tneir -sorrow In probability5 thatTthey are carrying tl burden of taxation of these Industrie and that the latter have been obtai ed la most at too graat a cos burden of the ta aistem baa otber evil By granting concession to Indurtrl.s the manufacturers are "double protectio; Protected by tbe tariff of the govern from outside competition, the if e also protection from leg ttaiate cbarges which in the name o business seme tbe> ifaould be compelled to pay The are, shirking a' responsibility to th dty in wblcb they are located whlc th.y should not hay. been given th importunity ,to They are on the fanner if tbe for Lhelr marint, an there csi no doubt Nun in Family Seated the front porch of Woodland avenu.1' morning two little', dresfed for Memorial adnlred each er's clothes. "My sister one. "My mamma has two diamoB the other "My mamma ha. nv.n pair, of the mt gtri venturid again "I ftovej must ran In our family "7 The other little girl didn't sptak for a moment, tbm ski- with a giggle: "That's funny, 'cause it's shoes that run in our O Telegram Ilit Irtlrt IM Ci COMMISICIAL ''v PHOTOGBAjTWlC SUPPLIES and Retail, BuilwUng rrlitlli ill fir Mm III Wort flnHKd 8anw ty Dev-lffMiiff per roll IVinUnff per Farm Land Snaps 320 acres All (turn plow land, with 210 acres-under cultivation; fair buildings, good well; all fenced. Crop with the land and land can b. bad at JS6 M pjr tenon 640 acres All steam plow, land, with 400 acm under 'uiltlrailou, all fenced; good sec tlon of the country where failures _are unheard of This section can be bad at 527.50 per tcr. rwionable terms 320 acres All steam plow land with litres uujer cuUhsUloa; 200 acies Ju qop, balance Jn supiqier build close to tov. n tufl iCt.ool, sjileudid buy at fiJO DO per terms Crop toes v.jtb laqd Freernstn MacLeod Co. Dominion Block THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate aod Investments OWNERS OF RNINGSIDE Spite 111 to US Sherlock Building P.0; GOOD BUYS The following irritable lands are now for PER ACRE South east auarter of Section li; Pi Ruf e II, W PER ACRE 12, cut bait of Sec'tioii ijorth 'half of Svctloi 34, Townsblp 9, Rang. Zl W'D 9W Al-'JtvlV North halt of Section 38 In Township I, IS. Sections 1. i, 3 and 4 In Rani. It North half of Section 14, north biff SsctlSp U, Towjishlo I, RaBge 10 PER ACRE north half and .quarter of west half and south east quarter of Sactlm 22; north-euf quarter of Section 23; !9; south half ot Section SO all IB Towuhlp tange 20 West halt of Section 33; part" the north bait of 35, In Township 9, Rang. 11 f PER ACRE North half of Section 33, Townsblp I, M North half and Muttt-ea.t quarter'ot Section 19, North half of Section 13, Townpjtjp 3, 20 PER South half of Section 29, all of. Section 24, in Tpiynship 9, Range 20, quarter of Section 28 In ToinBhlp S, Range iu V tenth cash, balance in nine jauil annual installments Interest at 6 per cent per annum. For full partlculan applx p t WilWn Skeith Qpp. Alexandra CP. R. Agents Phone 1343 North Ward Two near new school, each. T e f m s spreading' over's year. IttnoU-Alberta Realty Co. 1 i MMk PHONI Martin's Transfer nit Investors and Farm Seekers .W? 1000 acres or more of f i f located seven miles cast of Lethbritlge have instructions lo sell 136.00 acre, on very reasonable terms. I 'find in this locality is being helcl at per ucrc and more. Apply for fqll particulavs io N. B. PEAT Agents CQ4 Biff k ;