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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta f THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Fi-Mla.v. June LI, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTARLIIHID DECEMBER Th. Lsth.rld.-e Htrsld MMIsliIno Co. Ltd, every lawful Lethbrldi.. Al..rt.. lent 1224 lUCMANAN Director JOHN TORBANCE Manager PHONI: Advertising Circulation And Joe Department. 1252 4 S nunlM delivered 1 month J300 nndr.1 1 Slor.e. Co.; W. DAILY 1UMCBIPTION RATK1 14 00 1 mall jlJ" 1 rno'nth, >n aeslrei but both new 'mult be liven DAILY HIRALO FOR AT L Reinocka Diamond City mat Co. Vancouver, a. Wldi NWs company. 4 Brown, Plncher Mitchell D'L Bros. Dru, Boot Also'on C.-P. Trains ne 1 star1 In advance S'50 3 raonths In 6 months In advancs '5c Don't Talk in -Public T4LKPESTS across tbe t i line, held to reach some decis ion to-prevent the emigration from 'the. -United States to Canada, the otter way They bung .Western Canada prominently before the American-, and the conclusion is> rejched by hundreds that .t (.ounlrv, the American business ind political leaders do.not' want people to go to, must be worth going to Tnese conferences in the future should be held in the dark, Jnd then the decision should be reached that the onlv wav to Keep the good erican farmers out of Canada is hv sandbagging'them'on the road in-the middle of the night Haiiltain's Measure IN THE 1EAR seven short jeais Will lam George Haultam was pictuT ed as an independent minded man, whose motives were Inspired b) the consideration of the well being o! (he countrj rather than the fate of any political-parti But Mr Haultam is not of th-it sort. He advocated re- uprocity last year and he denounced the opponents of the measure in verv strong language In a lew short months the parti whin had turned him Into a1 .violent opponent of this trade measure, and now he calls the advocates of reclprocitv insane Those who kno'vv llr HduUain will admit he has ability, and when he expressed his support: of reciprocity hia opmion would have been formed after "in- telligent reasoning The complete reversal in his attitude, then, could onlv inspired b; absolutelv partisan The party whip was over Jus head and he got down on his knees ind bought torgiveness supporting the larger market policj Surely no ona will attempt to call Mi. Haultam an inde pendent minded man now rather thej will View' liim'as an unadulterat" ed, The Gas Problem Again IN-LESS than three weeks fhe burgesses o'( the citi Ot teih bridge will be called upon lo prets themseh es gas bj law Various organuitions of a public na discussed the question, and haTB_gpne on record as beings desir ous that. the greatest puhlicitv .be given the controversy standpoint m order tnat tbe ratepaj ers may be able to cast their ballots with an intelligent conception of -what passing or rejecting the bviavv vv ould mean to tbe citj A pubiii, meeting n ill, ber held1 ilj the Sons ol England hall tonight at both sides of the question TV ill be discussed verv fullv The Herald would advise every who is interested in the welfare of v Leth bridge to be pies-ent that he a complete conception ol all the is sues at stake. "The present bylaw is being submit- ted to the voters of the city that they -nid-v pass on certain amendments A-hieh'-have been made in the fran- chise which was granted to the Cal- gary Natural Gas Co.: In July, 1910. These amendments are being asked for by the company which now holds the franchise, and which is at pres- ent engaged in building a between the flora's at Bow Island 'and'the city of Calgary, tapping all the towns and cities intervening. The chief point of contention'Is-on the matter of prices. The CalgaTy Natural .Gas Co. was given a fran- chise toT distribute natural gas in the city of Letbbridgo by Augus't 1, 1913, at 15 cents per thousand feet Tor manufacturing purposes, and 2o cents per thousand feet far 'domestic pur- poses.- The Canada-Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and.Power. Company .which now holds the main- tain that these prices are so low as to make it impracticable for them to distribute natural'gas in LcMibrldge at thiae rates. They come to the city, asking that a new bylaw amending the and in- serting instead tvventj cents lor manufacturing purposes and thirty- "five cents for domestic purposes, be submitted to the. ratepayers, the. cost of submitting the bjlaw to be borne by the company. f In return for granting these higher rates the cttj is iccelve certain concessions 'not granted in the old bjlaw In the first which was granted bj a large majority the city had practicalli no con'rol the streets and lanes which'' vvm tot used by the company in distributing gas within the city limits. This fault has. been overconie by, an amendment m the Hoopla lire being sskei OURf POINT, OF VIEW to so tflat tbe citjf lias fialhcoutroj of the gas company a the citj "i Inutile-, old. contract the gas com- m (o suppb -a. minimum of daily, which would be but a -smalL portion of what the demand would be in ordinarj sea sons At lime they could shut dpy'a their Tilant but hold tbe fran cmse'in case t6e> 3id not stay closed down for mpre than siK months The jimenderi "callB 'for a at least ninety per cent of the re quirements city at all times in'cfuws of emergency such as'a planrbrgakdoftn f '-Twenty jeary must elapse under the old franchise before the citj coujd get an opportunity to purchase tae'piaht-w'ithia'the city limits. This time has been cut down to fifteen years The optional renewals in the old 'contract-.were for five year per- iods with the opportunity for the city to purchase at the end of each Npw the time limit Is three the same privileges of purchase The companj has also agreed to sell to manufacturers who use iQOOOO cubic feet or more dally at fifteen These.are the main changes as the amended bylaw on the-burgesaes are being asked to ballot, .The'.amended prices are not in of the city, the other amendments are There" are several questions w.uich the cituens should serlousls ponder before passing an opinion or decid ing which', way they will register their ballots; Here are a few of them If we turn down the franchise, i? there any chance of getting gas from a municipal well' If we turn flown tile franchise, will Hie company aupplj gas to Leth bridge the old .atos under the old franchise'' Were thej to fulfil the ..old con tract, would the lower pHt.es counter weak clauses In that contract r, hloh 'are S ei y much In or ot the gas company' If Lkntrridge cannot get gas from a municipal well, do the citizens want gas at' the higher prices' Would It pas thttn to accept the If there wore no other issues to be conilder- ed" What w'H aeflunjltlon .o'f natur- al sasj to the ,Lgth brldgol This! IB hard and cold business .proposklof, and ihoilld be consider- ei) JElieJIecaia lend'it there w'lTh voters Let. them "weigh the facia, and cast (heir lial lols In. their Intoicais and in Iho rdloreW of'the'cilyr Premier Uonloit la bolus naked to reform the caloudiu1.1, If it will give n a job lie llkeli do It Clorsi'mon lire1 being criticised .for dabbling-' In estate. 'I'hosc wlio may be of (ho class who "contrjti'iito.-nbllilim to tho preacher's sal in Women of (lie unilorworltl Ireep from Culfcarv as thev ftlc said io fear Cuddy, ihu police chief. They will soon learn to fear Justice Hum- phries of Lothbridge, too. If IN a fain to glow tobauo would it tho .Board of Trade to -set an..ecclesiastical ment on barley before further cuting the campaign'for barley grow Alberta? Mr Hogeis MSits to Saskatchewan cities ou the eve of a provincial election, making all sorts of promises, need surprise no one: It ,ls quite characteristic a! the Hpn. ..Hohert Rogers R --B. Deniiett: expects '.Calgary to get a new uostotlice built ;of marble. Thut city Is "entitled to some inonu- inoiit' for electing the' solo Conserva- the from Alonta to the House of Commons. Iho'mattm I'10 U11S' ness Uslon of the Albeit i (nun wlfo that Lethbrldpo meiclinuts impoit horn It doesn't take much capital to stock the" hennery St. Thomas la inaugurating a pub- licity campaign. It needs to if It 'to attract enough citizens there to make up -.'or the loss of population created b> 'Hon. Thos W Crothers filling of Jobb at St Thomas Tories The London Slethodls.t Conference has gone on lecord as tho growing of the tofmlcoleaf Io be .1 sin As fiains a-re used for purposes .which produce more exhilarating results than tobac co, the farmers of Methodist persua- sion in the London'conference will be limited' to raising hoes and poultry and enough wheat foi the home tup pH ol flour No. 1 Conmioii No. 2 Common No. ;i' Common No. 4 Common o 72% 4.7 841% .10.20% 'Not a-Rare Disease: (Vdncoiner Sunset) x Hichard TMcBrlde, pieimei of Brit isli is suffering trtmi a se- and chroni? tliseas-e It end fdtath in time Trora a pfalttfcal point of view. ilf. HcBride has our sin- ceiest sjmpjthies, for nonejus been cured Tof ftils insidious raalaflj, knowir to the medical fraternity as self In flatus, or balloonitis. .ItMs a disease of the by over? .ndulgence the adula- tion .of slavish flatterers. Something New '.Edmonton Bulletin) The Lethoridge Boai-d of Trade de chnes to join in the leqnest for the removal of the dutj on cement The Lethlmdge men took the ground that there is a large amount of cement how on the wpy from.'the east, and that to the dv'uj cause the country to be flooded United Siates cement Thei seem to be bet- ter posted on {he cement business than the "head of the merger "Ur Jones 'apparently forgot to saj an> thing about a lot_ot cement being on because such is not the case. But he did that to remove the duty would not help cars could not be got to In United States ce uhich the men sav the> case The "head of the merger will dpubtleas revise his planatlon oo'Vecelpt Information from: Trees (The Retail Lumberman) We a aka contest on hand regarding large carloads Of lumber and would-.like to about large logs IhaE high' a starter we got a'B fir that scaled, feet which teema to be a "big one" tor this side line The -foi the largest white pine tree in tne world IB claimed for a tree, felled In the woods near Col line, Idaho, and after being hauled to Potlach was sawn Januarj 5th The actual lumbef scale shows this tree produced 20 800 feet board meas ire cr more than one carload The gradet produced C Select and Better D Select 1 34 04% 36 93% This tiee was supposed to be -US veais old "Just pora_ Joke_' When the "Lid" Was Off A shojt, stout man stood near the entiibce to the aidustrml Bxposftion last: afternoon, looking about 'him witli interest. -Up'to'lHinvruslied-a broadh smil extended, wto asked eagerH "Senator La 'the short, stout gentleman calml) He was as bald as dome of the city hall. "Excuse me't said the other, and made srca'fihaste N. J. News. Progreiiive Courtship I can not marrj you Mj rich bachelor uncle declares he cut me off with a nickel if I weiTwithout his And the %ouns nun nith the Tieak chin forlornl> "Very leplied the deteimined girl "I will go 'tc your uncle What is hiB address' "Don't go, Annabel1'! cried the jouth 'jt would only prejudice him still more against me "You mistake rm meaning, Clar ence said the girl If I can't marrj A on, I marrj sour Plain Dealer. Summed Up The Bruna-wick Assemub, during its sessions at the time of the Boer Wir, rose and 'sang "God Save the Queen'1 on every Qcca- sio'n that a British uctorj was an- nounced. Towards the closp of the war the n'f-mbers were at all times prepared to sing About tins time the Hon K P. "Emmerson, Premier of the Prov- ince, -.as called Ic a cabinet position at Ottawa llr Twsedie fell heir to the ineniierehlu, and Dr Pugsley waa to contest Mr. Emraerson.'s; seat. rbnct1 Canadian, ojr rf sharp-tongued "Mt, summed tin the snift m speaking to the court stenographer 'I hear dat on dc cabinet hat Holtawa and dat Tweedie hees de dew Premier, And dat Pugslev gets Hemmerson's de We Ask The Attention of Every Reader of This Paper To-day BY J- R- HAMILTON Formerly Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's Philadelphia NINETY-SIX Per Cent of all the people in Can- ada earn lens than a jear. Therefore it behooies eviryone of }ou to learn to lead this papei daj bj day with, two purposes that sou post >oilMclf upon the general news The that jou rai! post jourself upon the idvertiiinj newa The day Ig part, when anyone can afford to overlook this second feature It Is the road 'lo in every home There isn't a passes when rioney cannot be or when better goodi cannot be bought for the vame mones slmplj by following ctrefulls the advertising newi that is published here. The reason for this is very simple, advertising u the cheapcEt, quickest and best method ot that has yet been found Therefore the most progressive merchants, advertise. And when vou want the cheapest or the best article of any )iind. It i> fair -to assume that the mcA progressive me i will have it for sale Even shrewd merchant advertises in this paper because there are thous of you- readers. eagerrio see his advertising when it appears, lie knows that you are-looking for whatever good merchandise news he has to offer; And if any pMfanant 10 far discounts your value to him as not to advertise in the paper you can equally well afford to discount his value to jou an> merchant isao careless as to overlook the great combined purchaa Ing value of thousands of >ou rearfert every dKy 'the chances are he Is over looking "hiany a good merchandise value when It conies his turn to Into the and J So learn, not only to read the fn 'IliiR 'paper every1 day, ut learn also to rely upon it loi ovorj thing you nctd, f 1 There isn'l one family that ranniit reduce Its coil of living at any lime, ltnpi> b> carefully" reading and buying entirely, through, pages of this day by day. Here are three ones 45 x 125 feet On Gth Arc. A. South, foi- murly Itcltl.St., frmlng south and a splendid building site, TERMS Lots 51 and 52 illock 1JO, on iinxMtjul muht be sold at once. Price Per lot.' Terms Ho stilt; Four Lots .Oil South, facing east; n splendid alto 1'or. throe hoilfacs Ctui b( luid [01 EASY TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SSDE h i Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 GOOD BUYS The following irrigable lands are now for sale: PER ACRE Southeast quarter of Section 11. 3, Range 21, W. 4th. PEE ACRE Section 12, east half of Section JJ, north half of Section M, Township 1, Range 21 PER ACRE North half ot Section H in Range 19 Sections 1, 2, i anil in Tounship 1 Range 10 North half ot Section 1 i, north half of Section 15 Township 9, Range ?0 PER ACRE North half and south east quarter of Section 19, noith hilt and soutliv pst ouaitei of Section 20; west half and south eist quartei of Section northeast quiitcr of Section 23, Section 29, bouth half ot Section 30 all m 'Ipwnihip 1 Range 20 Woat half of Section id, part north half of 35, in Township Range 21. PER ACRE Noith half of Section 2j Tonnahip 8, Range 20 PER ACRE North half of Section H, Township 9, Range 20 PER ACRE South half of Section 23, .ill of Section '4, in Township Ringe 20, bouth west quaiter of Section 28 in Range .20.-, tenth cish, balance in nine equal annual instalhr-e'Hs Inteiest at C pel cent per annum For full particulars apply Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C.P.R. Agents Phone 1343 Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you are look- ing for work. BEGIN BLOCK Phone 1 PHONE Jlar Lin's Transfer Investors and Farm Seekers We IIMVC- lOOO'.icics or more of A1 F.irm Lands, localccl miles osihl of wi> instructions lo sell aL 686.00 per tiorc, on levins. Land in i'liis localily is 'held noro and Jiiuiu. for lull parlicnliiis lo N. B. PEAT CO. Agcnls McDonahl IMock ;