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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i t LETHBiftlDOE DAILY ITERA.MV sday, J uiic 10, DAILY HERLD DECEMBER Anrf tWnrtmtnt BUCHANAN lng.'Dlrtctot aUAYLIt liiltor TOBH'ANCB' PHONE: 1252 aOncRiPTi'oN 'it' 13.00 months dwllvtrefl V. .toe. I jnontha i month, by Store- R. W. blimond Drug Co. D, I.. McCrea. Drus Company. Fcrnle 8. C.-Ptrcy Bsal. News Co amoiid CUi" World Wide t Brown. I. C-- ipany. Streflt.. Jarrileson i Co.. WBlverslde Avenus R. Trail THE WEEKLY" HERALD jsrwsf a, 1 year In advance ........SL50 3 months in advance 6 months; In advance Where Authoiities Agree The duty of Canada, if it requires IHE riRST LORD of the .British has spoken, and has clearly outlined his views, with regaid to n C madian -Now comes the opinion of another author m, and it is the Minister of who speaks he sais simpl) endorses 'lie policj of the Liberal PIUJ in this tountrs which has been found acceptable to Winston Church ill Lord Haldane emphasized that pol- io wh-n speaking at the banqaet after the' naval review in Great Brit- ain, he declared Hat the Dominions 'would have to organize their, own nawl and airiitarj defences, and that So we should become b> Jar the jnost powertul miiitari and nation combined the world has to be shown, is cleailCset out There is uo tor dalliance or Tor mg an important natioml piob lem Theie is no reason for staving off the evil dai in a part; sense bj seeling for delay bi the means of an embassj Ipng held tick, head quarters The message, us to what plans 'would be acceptable to the Brit- ish and, for bo.iring whicli the Hon. -Mr. Hozen has been commissioned, has alreadi been an ticipated and answered bi the head? of'the which stand for the aafetv and might of the Empire lojal and dutiful goi eminent, as it pioclaims itself, should not to wait to be told wherein its dutj lies If It stands for It pretends to be its polic, -Koald be cleai and unimstaken The Duty on Sized Lumber srpHE Saskatchewan election cam J_ paign is'keeping the Consena tnes at Ottawa busy fivmg-to 'mislead the people First, Mr Fos ter sajs there will not ne. anv goi ernment owned termnnl elevators, and then Jfr Rogers goes to Regma and sajs there mil at once Air Postei is likely expressing the government's opinion, while the Mm 'ister of the Interior is slavmg the political same, at which he Is an peit Judge Cassels, in the Exchequer Court, 'decides that sued lumber, is dutiable Coinnussionei of Customs hears tnat Liberal papers are declaring tint the dutj is being coilocfd and he sues an mteniew in which he says: 'No duU is being collected or has been collected on sized him bar except in the test caae The department of customs has not ruled sbed lumber to be dutiable when sawn on three sides, and not further manufac tured than tirc-sed on one bide ruling making such lumber ,.dutiable was ever issued from the department Biitish Colum bia lumbermen contend that such Jnniber was suljert tn dntr, and "an "order was made to have the matter tested tn court r', The collector of customs at Winnipeg collecte'j the du'ty, pn one carload of lumber so n as to malte a test case" Tor tne courts -importer, appealedj to the depart merit for ihe return'of the and the leferreil case to the, cpqrts for decision as to wpeyjer Ihe lumber was dutiable cr not "ludge'dassel? that lumbei m- question wjis subject to The importers ap pealed to the court and the qupstlon of canceling dutv remains in abeyance until .the matter will be decided by the supreme court.' This sounded good and nan no noilht intended to impress Saskatche electors thQugh thej are Intelll ,'gent snoligh to kndw that the Libcra igoveinment (Hd not (.oiled a dutj on this lumber and tint the test cnsc Instigated by the government on behalf of the But, the farts Let thi VlnnJpetT free freif tell them deliberate lie, an ..n was ileelaratlon made bj a f lumberman till morning when shown a dispatch in n local paper date'd Ottawa to t-he "effect that no (iutj haB heen col lected on sized lumber entering Can ada. The dispatch m question was ptlb- hshed as an interview with Customs Commissioner and refer ring" to it th'ts'morning "Winnipeg liira bermeh evpressed considerable mdlg nation have absolute proof right here on my desk affirmed S Ash field, of the West Lumber and Commission Companv, missioner's statement and the com is 'untrue" One caso, I might sight is that in which leceived a tar lumber With the exception of 2j piet.es this lumber was sized just on one edge, the other 'edge and "both sides being rough This class of lum her is duty free The 23 pieces I mentioned'Tvere sized on one -edge and one is dutiable The shipper, who alwajs pavs the dutj on lumber, showed the "5 pieces ot dutiable lumber on his invoices and lading bills" and forwarded a check for the dutj3 on them >.otwithstand ing th'S, the whole car was classed as dutiable', and we had to pav the dutj on the whole thing e protest ed stronglj, tfnd asked why we had treatment Our replj you I am'ihmg it the order of the Bag oil i' Sou- do we soalr 5011 it, and well soak, jou m Rpin Otfaym" ask Mr "iou consider-that fair treatment's cited is Tot an Isolated example, bu( here on ample proofs of like cases lln from srtMKting1 his e.oction nmcliln ory across -tlio proyluclul boiuuliu'y. If (hero Is one machine Hob Hoirers understands more thnn unothcr'lt Is the steam rollcv. He doesnlt need to go to Chicago to tako any lessons. .Mr. Hiuiltaln will'now-havo full op. portunlty of telling the farmers' of Saskatchewan why ho threw- them down last September. There Is a lot of effervesence about a presidential convention- hut'back.of It all Is a iicep rooted patriotism and desire to select the winning man. The consumer having been given a reduction a short time coun- cil acted wisely in accepting the en- gineer's recommendation to .cheapen the cost of power, one of the essentials to Industrial .growth. An Ontario Town's Boait (Alymer Express) There are now ;-ll automobiles own- by citizens of Alvnier, a.n average of one auto of our inhabi- tants, men, women children. .This is not counting.those owned by farm- ers and doubt .It there is another tow-n in Canada with a record -like this. St. Thomas has to every 200. Bob Wants It (Pincher Creek Echo) 'Saskatchewan for Borden and Haultain" is the legend'Which ndorns campaign buttons being distributed by the Conservatives of Saskatche- wan. But what about Bob Rogers? Going to stand him off with just scen- ery nnd fcg' Beit Published in Well (High River TInies) Whjt might truthfullj be termed the best number evet pub lished in the weac'vv'as that ol the Lethbndge hi us to da} ,U is the fourth annual publicitj number, issued, fe that, enterprising journal, and the j ears roll oj and the countri develops with rapid strides, the Herald keeps abreast of the times and goes'one. better every voar In this particnler issue the hand of'an artist is'discernable and the number will.do miich'to bting the citv of iLetbbridgs Alberta tafore the gen-ial public for the reading matter is based on facts and makes .most .interesting reading. We congratulate tile Herald Nevada's Senator Exemplifies Poisibilitieg (Spokane Spokesman Review) From covrboj to the United States senate Is a far crj It could a banx clerk named Nixon Luck and pluck nnd square dealing are credited bv Dome Rumor with having made Wmgfleld a millionaire within fne vears and senn'ilg Nixon to the United States Senate, where he died t week Now the oldtime cowbov, 3_ ,s vadas richest man and becomes the successor of his lormer partner In tne senate The tale reads like "The Count of Monte CiiHto or a romance from 'The Arabian Nights It illustrates the opportunities of American life and the resourcefulness of American men m amazing fashion It shows that nothing can keep courage -oho is determined to ceed It demonstrates that the United States senatorship and even the pre mav be won cowbov who becomes uh orant The statement that S'r Wlngfleld ,t is unfair Winmpeg ilnllopa u nT-fh 1.16" w handle the intricate financial details of a merger suggests that supreme self confidence has heen a potent fac tor in this man's success import miihons of dollars worth of goods year from all parts ot the and such discrimination la iamonUble I cannot for the life of iiite-iiriaglne .the lumber man should be soaked In this manner Referring again to the case of the 25.-piece lot in Mr. -Ashfleld. said: officials found came tp us and asked us to sign an agreement and thej would return half the duts they had collected, which of course we refused to do ,A J3ou had been born in another walk 01 life jou would have been the greatest editor in Bur ope For that aeason I am anxionis to converse with the man, who but for the misfortune of Tieing born to a throne might have ranked so high in thosen profession" It was this unique letter that flnall) secured Stead his interview -____ t1 His'Choice of Delivery Saturdav Mght) There is a storj told of_a local An glican clerrgvman, jiow dead, who was at "the beat'known members of his church in the Domin- ion ?f Canada He desired a keg ot beer, and like any other man, he went to the proper persons and ordered it The 'keg failed to turn so he paid another visit to the liqiior merchant to demand an explanation "You did not toll me how you want ed It man, "so 1 did not know what to d'o" 'What do sou mean" aaked the clergjman i "When some gentlemen of the cloth order things from me, tney like to have them sent up at explain cd the merchant "Then there are grocer, or that sort', to haie I What -way would soiuJlt-e to deliver It" '0V" Teffltad the divine, }ou can drive up to mj door and throw the the iidewalk. Then kick it in, kick it in BANK OF CANADA TeM Aweli w iThrre Isn't a note of dlscontenf from one corner ot Southern Alberta ,to the other. r The council did the cltv turn" In to "complete Street pavlni the ioi i our Minister of the Inter s going to Chicago io show the Tatt'machine how to do things. right. The fact that Hanltain is an nlrrot leg- islttlon not prevent Sit KM Hob The kwon of thrift, wneccssary to the future welfare of your children, ib [perhaps best taught by opening for each a Bank Account, and cncouraciug thetn in ftatwwit a portion o! thcrf spending money Though they maynotacciKMlateyeryjnuchnkoneyi they wil! learn its value and how 'to iiave1. We welcome Children's Savings Accounts. LETHBRIOGE M. Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, Aet> I tauutcm, rr.w.AMre. I Here are three ones 45 x 125 feet On-Cth-Ave, A. South, for- merly Reid St., facing-south nnd a splendid building sile. TERMS Lots 51 and ,52 lllock 130, on lone and must bo sold at'once >1 Per lot.v Terms Lo unit. Fouf Lots 'i On 14th St', South, f.tcing ,j sile for three good houses. Can bo had for -v' EASY TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investnieiits OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE i t v P _.! Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The following irrigable lands are now for sale at the prices and terms mentioned below. They are located in the Lethbndge and Coaldale districts, and are all Excellent Investments PER ACBE Section 12, east half of section S3, north half of section 34, all in Township 9, range 21 PER ACRE North half of section ii in township 8, Range 19, Sections 1, Z, 3, and 1 in Towaship ".Range North half of Section 14, north half of Section 15, Township 4 liange 20 x PER ACRE Past half and south west quarter of Section 10 In Townsnlp 9, Range 19, northeast quarter ot Sfction J1, north half and south west quarter of Section 20, west half and southeaifquaitei of Section northeaat quarter of Section 33, Sec tion 29, southeast quarter ot Section 30, ail in Township 0, Range 20 half of Section 33, part north half of Section 35, in Township D, Range 21. PER ACRE North halt of Section 23, in Township S, Range 20. PER ACRE North half of Section Id, Township 9, Range 20 PER ACRE South half of Section 23, Section 21, m Town ship 9, Range 20, southwest quarter of Section Range 20 TE.M8-One tenth cart, balance m nine equal annual In.talment. with interest PT cent, per annum. mil particular, ajjpiy at the office of- Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotft R. Phone Emploment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you arc look- ing for work. BLOCK _Phone PHONE Martin's Baggage. Transfer Wesfem Canada Agency, Lt-i J 1 t J pdwDM. DYNAMITE, JATTEHIE8 OILS AND (jMSAaiS; RUSBER'MOSK IN VARIOUS v J.' sfiHD SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCIN6 jpEefn-essiROOFiNO IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILOINO, FELT PAPER 7-r 'POLT8, NIJTS, COACKJ SCREWS, ITC, ETC. It'( QUOTATIONS CHtt-RFU'LLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Ltd. FIRST AVE. SOUTH i LETHiRIOOE, AUTA. ;