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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Jtittc 12, f�12 E DAILY HERALD �SmatlSHID DKCIMBER 1*07 PettlefteeW The- L**MrtMON�i W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Olreetor T. W. QUAYLK Managing auditor ..JOHN TORRANCE �uelneea Manager �HON!: Agvertlelng Circulation And Jail Department* 1252 DAILY �Of)�CRI",TION RATI* 1 Tear -iesrwed ......  montha 'delivered*..... .14.00 .11.00 I month ...3*e- 1 year, by mall ............�* 00 S month*, by roa.ll.........U.S0 I montli, by mall .......He. AMree*e�fehang;�^aa often **laf*trj^t;..S"t new ae'e' oia "* Mreeaee moat be given. THE>DAILY HIRAUB FOR ALE AT Lethbrldge Book Store �IUd Craaa Drug- * J., O. Beberteou Book Store:  J. i o. Keoerwm & Co.; J�chBoi|5�^Oo.: Alexandra Hotal; People's - Drug Store *" Maeleod-Toung * Co.: H W. Hamilton. K Plnehar Creek-B. J. Mitchell; D. I>, McCrea. Tio*r^-'vVeetl�!lie Bros;;:--� ,- -Cardfton-Albert* Drug ft Book' Company. Fernle B. C-Percy Beat.- Medicine Hat-L. M. Northern. Cranbreeki B. C.-Beattle aad ..,. Atch(naen. Cl�r��holm-6. t,. Relne'cka.' Diamond City-Diamond City Drug Co.. Vanoeuver,; B. 4.-World Wide News Company. ??,l,lJftrl.,�* Jamfeson News Co., 70S ttlvarglo'e Avenue. Ala* en all C'R. R. Tralne THE WEEKLY HERALD PubUahed every Wednesday In eight or moreipegts. and contains a eummary oC the news* oC the'week.* localand dtatrlct 1 year In advance.........�LB� j mentha In advance ,......60c. 6 months In advance ......76c OUR POINT OF VIEW "W'hy doesn't Mr. Borden give Manitoba its natural resources If a Tory government is the (lunllftcntion? Root. Rogers' announcement on ter-nilnn) elevatdrs something like bis settling of the coal strike, considerable of a joke. The government will build a 3,000, 000 bushel elevator to handle a 300, 000,000 bushel crop. Hear the farm era lnugh. Sir. Rogers says .Mr. Bortlen will bring home from England a satisfactory naval policy. What sublime fnith. i: the tales of the license Inspectors are true, the lawyers of Alberta can keep their hand in on drawing up leases anyway, � ' . identified with the ideas for which they stand to so great an extent that those for whom thoijr Ideas are living, throbbing realities-cannot realize that the intellects in which those ideas originate, or the tongues which express them, must perish while their spiritual progeny continue to inspire mankind. One of tne constant miracles of Canadian politics is the vigor of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Taken as a mere physical achievement his activity during the last week has been remarkable. To - travel from Ottawa in the morning, .hold many ihrportant political conversations during the day deliver a speech Of two hours' duration and of outstanding importance at night,'to remain after';that spe'ech was finished until'the small hours''of the morning, discussing the situation with enthusiastic followers from all over the country, I -rise the next morning 'ftesh ,ahd h.tlthe fas' ever in the memory of the previous night's triumph, surely tllfs Is^ feat 'which might, well'. excite jfthjj admiration of men of half his years. 'Sir Wilfrid, to his followers, has always seemed endowed with -perpetual youth. - Destiny, that mysterious goddess who, as Renan says, clears the way for her favorites, has accorded to him a life beyond the psalmist's span. And in' those; qualities which are the factors pt youth, in virility, cogency, lucidity, enthusiasm, optimism, he has riot in his long life made any appearance more characteristic than his speech at the Windsor Hotel the other night. Great men build far beyond the confines of their'own personal I ties. Whether Sir Wilfrid's remaining "days be few or many his enemies ,who have builded hopes upon 'his physical limitations are foolish. He has built up a great Liberal party to ciirry 0n his work. Those who saw him arrive from Ottawa the other day; saw ah alert and vigorous man., they did not forget that he is over seventy, because that historical fact is too familiar, but they did marvel that his burden of years should have sat lightly "upon him. That was an impression of his mere physical robustness but only those who heard his speech and saw the. speaker in'action could fully realize how little; his appearance belled the truth, Too often in great personalities the fire of the spirit burns out the clay- / For the sword outwears the sheath And the soul wears out the breast, And the heart must pause to breathe And love itself have Test. But In the case of Laurier the scabbard of his spirit has proved worthy of so fine a blade. The fascination of his personality Is undiminished, Farm Land 320 acres All steam plow land, with 210 acres under cultivation; fair buildings, good well; all J fenced. Crop goes with the land and land can be had at 125.00 per acre-easy terms. 640 acres All steam plow land, with 400 acres under cultivation; all fenced; good well; In section of the country where failures are unheard of. This section can be had at $27.50 per acre,on reasonable terms' 320 acres All Steam plow land with 260 acres under cultivation; "00 acres In crop, balance in summer fallow. Fair bulld-Jngs, close to town and school; a splendid buy at-$30.00 per ncre-^easy terms. Crop goes with jandthis is; not the spot for a man with large business interests. He is out of his element here. I'm, "gojng home." And he went home' that selfsame day in spite of the pleading and coaxing of the members of his household to remlain longer. THE Real Estate and investments OWNERS OF NGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The British ud Colonial HiDtogiiphic Co. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND -DEALERS IN- PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Wholesale and Retail, Sherlock Building Printing and Uendoping for JUmteurs Ml Work Finished Same Day Developing loc per roll Printing; 50*"*yv*'"|'>**''*'*'''* ^- - - - -a ' PHONE | Martin's j Baggcige. Transfer j 1386 * s Investors and Farm Seekers ^Ve::iiiYYO 1000 acres., civiniorc "of -Sl'r'' IT&rm Lands, located seven.miles cast, of Letlihriiclge which Ave have instructions to sell at:'#36.00 per acre, on very rcasonahle terms.. Land in this locality is'ueing held at #100 per acre and Ufore.. Apply lor full particulars to N. B. PEAT & CO. ExtiiiNive Agents "Mi'DtnialU Block ;