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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'LETHBRIPGE D Thursday, .Tune 13, 1013 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTABLISHID DECEMBER PHONIl 1224 W. .A. Minmlng Director T w QUAYLE "Managing Editor Advartlilni Circulation And JoB 1252 DAILY cd S SSffi mouth iiii aMlrM idras3M THE DAILY HERALD FOR tALE" AT r Co Atchlnson I, .r Ho..e "tore DUmond clty-Dlamfmd Cits t Co H W tCo Hnrolton v.noouvsr B iMJrm MltcneO n, Companj Browl" not bo denied and now that the coin- puny lias greatly modllled .Its terms, It Is up to tlio valojiuypri to decide whether lAMbi-lilee Is to be the only place between Bow Island and Cal- gary without, gas. the Otil.lvle mill at not was first nioiitloiiod it wai'.tti'lio a foiiv thonsaiid'barrel affair. The latest :despatch suyy tbat the first sod of' tho Ogilvie eoOO-barrol'Wiiiill1 has just, been turned. Who says the iloesii't breed a race of boosters? Nornian' Harris spent yestnrday at CarnmUBay. If. whllo he was- there he Imbibed somo of the optimism which reigns supreme In one of .the best little towns In the west, the To- ronto Saturday NiRht may have, to look Tor another pen artist to dope out the heavy real estate copy, tor having seen C'armangiiy Mr. Harris will surely want to stay, ilr'icilr'imt. natural- gas is -offered the people of Lcthbridse: cents per WOO cubic feet for domestic pur- poses and 20 cents for manufacturing purposes, with a lower rate tor fac- tories if a curtain- quantity is used. The company ask an exclusive fran- chise for fifteen years with the, op- tion of renewing for three years. The city ran buy out at that tinie at.Q prico fixed by .-arbitration.. Mr. Foster who has charge of the grain commission, says.' the! 'govern- ment won't build itn elevator; Hob Street Paving FAlLf FINDING is not evacth a ple-uant occupation There are certain human na tores whan take a dellglu in appear ing censorious Thev mav or iua> sufflcient excuse-, for the part the} plai hut we 1m e no de'lre pleading bmlti to anv There ire occasions hoWeier hen comment 11 uaj mors forcible comment paitic ulariy 'when the subject we intend refcvring to lies under our very eyes. allude to the paving on Sixth Street already completed. It will not take Ions, even to the casual observer to pereene tint the process of pul verization has already begun. In- dents of horses' hcpfs are plainly per- ceptible on the newh finished surf-ice There art -ictuilh pieces taken oit if continued it altogether Let thT'rearter "walk along ttie plied st eet now thrown open and obsene and judge for himself e guarantee if he is a ratepayer he will not be altogether sitistleii with the in which his tomribn'ion to the t> levcnue- has been spent There arc onlj reasons which can account for the present state of tire street. Either that there is some- thing deficient in the methods and untenal 01 tbat. the, particular portion was thrown open too early tor truffle In either case, the parties lesponsible are blameworthy. If the idU of tire paling being not ripe en- ough to hear the traffic at the time it as. allowed to pass over it. explains then iL shows small, judgment on the part of those who allowed it to be prematurelv used. If worfe or material-is at fault, then aponsible for overlooking specting .the same censure. of panns clnne b it those re and in- ure deserving of Rogers, :to uo; with the grain commission. the hoy- eminent will build Ihrac-mlllion bushel elevator, lint I hen- Dob is utter tho (armors' vote for llr.Klta joker .Bob it tho Canadian politics. That nuiii who 'told ihe "Made In1 Canada" parly In" Winnipeg thut the. duty on woollens eomlni! into Canada should be- falsiKl so thai Canadian people, would have lo buy Canadian uiiderwoar.nchoae a very .Inappropriate subject. Most of us Piled 'em nlo ihe discard some time ago. ..wnoupiuj and ninety In... the shade refuse Jo The postmaster at Lillico. up near Stettler, has resigned his Jo'J. No, Bill l.mirle rtidnt hold one of those 'Impartial.'; Invcallsat'ons ot his. It wasn't 'iiftcessaq-. -in this case to do- pose him. Tlrf'Mlary; attached was S15 post- muster stand prosperity. However it throw to "the Most, anything goes so long-as It is a-Jon. nt to me iimj. only thirtfillve 'per cent. now. Hint isn't enough. And meantime the mcr cannot get a chance, to get "to a market-whiro prices range ty per cent, higher up. Mr- Favmcr gets soaked both coming .and solus- He gets twenty.per cent, less when he's selling and -pays tlilrty-live per cent, morc'fw'hen he's buying. wouldn't'be a farmer? The woollen manufacturers win the duty on woollens raised. 1U There maj be, .possibly, other rea sons but we htirdh thm, if lie fects haie become apparent thus earh condition ot Sixth Street does not augur well for the rest of the ciU naUng to be constructed We smccreh trust that there are satis factory reasons for the present an own mmoin-uii: umi.a peaiance of the paving but it is de no compuint from the late Canadian liuedlj app-irent th it ihe matter nnnndltrn KOI should be brought to the public lice in the hope thai theil be an investigation and in explanation we make these remarks. The Confidence Game I S IT NOT TIME tint Ton plat form speakers should give over that wcrnout and ridiculous ap peal to electors during election campaigns that.the only waj to obtain control of the natural re- sources of their .respective .provinces nould be to vote Conservative' It Jus been tried in this province biu so far as the result of the late bie elections went, failed in its effect on as intelligent electorate. The sticking to the method puts m mind of the slim deuces or the confidence exposure ithese irtists continue to therr-pnrsuits m the belief tint th're ire still mill} who ran be duped K is not H ingn claring that although this" specific knoi ledge is 1 now n to the ern ment at Ottawa he being a member thereo-' jet this particular govern- ment as represented bv Mr Borden cannot be expected to 'force" thej natural1 resources on '-an inen .who practice game. In spite of it Say we; Herald! i memer which the Herald would henr.tily "favoiv is the .menser .of the King's dar. Ambassador Bryce (Hamar Greenwood M P jn London Chronicle) Mi Bnces gieat mtellpctuallh, bib mtmiite knowledge of Canadian and American institutions and peoples and his great sunpatbv xuth democ ricies haie checked the movement in Canada to ignore the representatives of the foreign and to appoint Canadians to lepresent Canada The novement to this end Is not dead Mr Brjce has tho situation for a time, but unless England can pro: duce and -ippomt amtasbadors men of his capicit> .md sunpathv the time mav cone and come soon tha Canadian people will have their corps The fact tha1 comp nt ro Cl fiom the present Canadian goi erument in reference to our commonei ambaasadoi has ever been maae is die hnest tribute to his sue cess from the Canadian point ot i lew The more men we m British embassies of Jhe tvpe and calibre a Mr Brjce the better it be for the British Empire. o conception of humanity as viewed by them, and they carry on their games hoping for viu nH in the light the) judge of their intelligence. There may. possibly, be a little excuse for some of the lesser Conservative lights take an active part in politics in thai, they are judging humanity in general by .heir own particular stand- ard of intelligence, and so hope to ob- tain some vantage ground. But for the credit of Canadian statesman ship when ne find a responsible rnenilJer c-f the government using the same bait to catch votes for its par- ticular party in a provincial election, it is truly time that popular opinion should'put an end to such a farcical proceeding Dr. ROche. Secretary -of State, .peaking at Reglna is report cil to iave made the statement th it Pie Scott and 'his colleagues had been elected In spite of federal con- trol md it could not be expected tbat Mr Borden would force the natural resources on an unwilling govern ment This in spite of the fir-t that in a few sentences before the speak ei laid particuki stress on the Pro mier being at this, .particular time, that is when the Conseri atnes hncl assumed power in favoi of proiincia control Hero is a minister 01 the EONernment admitting his knowledge that Premier Scott is head ot tin Saskatchewan government, la In fa lor of, and willing to obtain tho con trol of the natural resoutces for hh province and immcdlatclv after de the 'unwilling government Is IL possible for apj man with aveiage intelligence to be prevented from doubting the sanitj of the speaker" e think not What kind of a. man is Mr. Borden made to he by his particular, col- league' It looks as if he were some sort of an automaton, devoid of" ra tional sense and of evcrvdaj know ledge If believe Dr. Roche he is a land of Mumbo Jumbo who onl> be made to the wishes of the people by a particular form of outward sacrifice, or the pre- sentation of some great gift. The tthole position is-nonsensical. It Is on a par with the practice of certain lawjcrs, who reh on a tech niqallu to override eiuitv Leaving aside promises made, the Premier of Canada from the position he occu- pies is a man who is supposed to have his touch on the public pulse. He above all things, should be a man who is ullv cognizant of popular I opinion, it should. not require a par iculii event such as the prcdcmiri anco of. a .Conservative vote, to give lira the knowledge which it is, ad mltted he already has. j To that Mr. Borden does not know that of its natural resources are claimed by the prairie provinces and that he can only be made 'to know by a certain, method, lou haven't reallj broken with him' exclaimed Mita 'way I thought he ivas our ideal' So he was replied Miss Fickell but soon as I find a man who UP to m Ideal it just seems to be' my luck to have th" fashions in ideals and Times Standard Ntmmg Their Automobiles (Toionto Saturday Mjht) Thiee BuBalo men recentlv pur chased automobiles and decided to trvs them bj racing to Toronto The cars represented the aorkmanship o: different firms and their agieed to christen them after the trip across the line Accordingly thev started out but separated soon after leaving tho city where tho cos of living is so cheap The first one arrived at his des tination freshened bv his trip an- well pleased with his bargain is one of the most puerile devices ever created. For the reputation of Mr, Borden and a government which is at-the head.of an intelligent and country, It is time that this 'confiderice game" should be elimin- ated ,'froni its politics. Mr. is fully aware that the natural resources ire desired by both political parties in the their control He'has made Ills promises, it should be naturally, taken, through a know lodge of what 'would be popular.' Let not his" political friends seek to rob him ot the virtue of being willing to filfil Ills preliminary conditions. He in a bumper of nine I cannot give you a name he said tor I could onls call >ou after i sure winner A little later In the dav the secon. car pulled up to the door ot the hole! The owner ordered something soft sh .11 c-ill my e.r he said It an easy going affair, but a trifle heav and will break no records lust as evening was commenc n to close In the third man arrjved H would order nothing to drink to hi car Oh it has been doing most u xpected thinKS." he told his friends, and 1 intend tp call it Roosevelt, foi t "rough-riding old. bone-shaker.' Any personjwho is at' all. familial automobiles can readily supply names of the makers of these ars, 'though this is really only ai necdote, and not a guessing con est. THE PEOPLES' FORUM THE DOMINANT CHURCH Editor Lethbridje Herald: In-ydur report of the General of the Presbv terian church ovv m session'iu this cih Rev TV Heid. D.D.. superintendent of home lissions in" Alberta, is. credited with ae following statement '1 feel quite confident that I: an ot exaggerating when, i say tbatHhe 'resbyterian' dliurch is the dominant hmch in We do not saj his as a 'nutter of boasting but as n us, to go for vard more .energetically., than eyoi before in extension o-f our Mas I s kingdom in this prov mce of a, As'0r. Held has raised the lines ion of the comparative1 strength c he different churches at work in this irovince. it may 'be of- interest to submit the following figures taken Blue Book Genura now: in and frun he ,of the .Alberta Corner ence of the Mefhodist which has just closed its session in Me church I have been ,o see that the figures cover tin same province of berta Number of preaching places: Presbj terians Methodists Number of compunicants Presbj terians Sit Methodists New members receneil during ill ear Methodists Money raised for all purposes b the "congregations: Presbj terian Metnodists 1333 -i Total enrollment In Sabbath school and Bible classes; Pi esbj terian 102'. Methodist Moneys raised by Sabbath school md young people's societies rresbj terian fill's Methodist Monevs raised bj Women s Misiioi try Societj Presbvtorian t ?4 S. Methodist 5" These figures will speak for then selves We would not to mak the comparison just at this time Bi when one church "dominan position someone is sure to call f3dOO ro, on reasonable Icims Landau Ihislocahh is being held ill pel acicuncl niojc. Apply lor full paitunlais lo ;N. B.PEAT CO. Rxcliisivc Agi ;