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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rage THE fcifrinlay, June ETPRIDGE DAILY HERALD ISTABUISHHD DECEMBER L.thbrlda. PuslUhlmi Co., Ltd, tv.ry uwful rtnlns '.I. II? l-elDbrldoe. Alb.ru, Canada. And Department A. BUCHANAN MantBlna Director 1 T. W. QUAYLE Mannglno Editor 'JOHN TORRANCE Builneis Manaflfcr PHONE: Advirtlllni Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 Tear J ddlvertd 3 months ........11-W 1 month i year, by'mall 6 mall "d THE OAILY HIKALD FOR Pcopla'i Drur ,c6. rj.it, w. uadra Hotel: Store. Hamilton. D L McCrta.'' Bros. Drue Company. Fcrnte B. Seal. Atchlnspn. U Re.necka. Diamond City Drug Co. S. Wida News Company, Brown, Street. Jam.eson News Co., 705 Klverslde Avenue. Also on all C. P. R. Trains THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 'year 'in 'advance 6 -months In advance months in. advance BOc. That Dirty Water LAST SPRING the Herald made several strenuous complaints about the condition ot the citv and advocated, in no-uncertain manner that something should be dm to ?uard the p .blic in this-Important matter.' At "that time the citizens were satisfied to take the same olii excuse, that everything irbnld.be alright In.jlmej ,Time .has passed, and nothing was doue, and 'ne sunpb Is a iissrace Fi.fct impieaBion are the lasiins im nressions visitors to the clU and l rank supph is one of the worst ad% eriissnieuts Lethbridge could have.. There is no-reason whv there should not be a good, pure water supyly at all times of the year, but-tho penny .wise policy of the conn ci_l does not seem to it m that hghi The Rusmess Men s issocn tiou. -are .to be commended on the stand they have..taken in the matter, and the sooner something is done to remedy the trouble.the better, fc- with the autumn coming on. and the water supply in its present condition there is sure to be an outbreak of dis ease which will lead to a thorough investigation to the discredit of the civic authorities (o'sot.lhoni. "Nearly. But- tlUK a. thing novel' (lot iinyllilng. The Ottawa despatch' nboiit Sii' Ko- dolplie 'Fofget's bank carrlBil .this hcndtuR hi the Kdmonton "Grit Minister's U'ank Arpusen-'llarsh Comment.'1 What nbpiU'tliat (or Tory misrepresentation? ;'AVlunr'wns Ro- dolphovi''orKet'ever ii Is one of the most rabid Tories in Canada. Four ministers of.. tho Cordon, cab. inct'-hnve gon'o to "now comes word that the It. has been sent a 'C.p.O. iriessage. .lie leaves for the old sod on July J. This lend; one to wontler .just, who our' .Canuck .statesmen have 'designs Tho Nelson News thinks .Mr, Scot! will not carry out the platform for which he is seeking tho support of Saskatchewan electors.' Tho Mews must remember that political platform is not like the Hodden plat- form made to be. forgotten after- wards. Either through a typographical er- ror or a mistake in transmission of tho messages.. one eastern newspaper made it apuear that SD. inches of rain fell at LctiTbrldge during the rainfall of a week ago. People who read the despatch will be wondering what .we Are doing with Dry gi'ostj lu this part of the jvorld. .''After seelrtK Toddy with hia Jlfiht liiB toKs'Ql.. ,coi.vet tlott, it may'bo llmt HOIK Mr. Honor feels tho necessity of dolnj; sonv thins U.OUK thy Hiu's of n Canadta for- fear thy worst should hn) lion nlul Teddy "should bo sleeping 1 riho While House on the night next. Ing very favorably on the enorsy o that gentleman in getting into th mixed Tanning game. Automobiles standing on asphaltl' pavements drip oil on the pavlnj, which puts back into the paving com pound, the very Ingredients which are taken out by, a special process befo: the. material is usad in paving, li other cities there Is a bylaw compel ling automobile owners to provide tlralr machines with drip-pans. LethbrWge wishes to keep its pavlns in good condition it would be a wisi move if the .council would uass slm ilar legislation here. Ways That are Strange FROM THE OBSERVATION of the ilk laid down on Seven'h -ivenuo cust'waids from Fourteenth street, one cannot help coining to the conclusion that the Authorities methods _ne own j Oi? the north siAf of the tfSenuc. nheig the paung has been Bud" ih'erejis but'a solitaiv house'1 on the soutii side hhere are a or roore'VMiouses nothing has been djjne have tnougnc Qiaf coni Jerlug the benefit nnd paung is sup posed to snunlj, ijieviaterests of the vould -have heen -considerea and tba pacing1 Ufd. in the hist Stage evftienlly Prom expresS'eil side of that of feelk iihittithev been justlj agree liig wa5vconsidfe.Ted Burelvt common -sense woiiKfhave dic- tated fh3 piopuet% of it vrheie 11 be A.S- we actual time on fiicli. it i? 4o be 'commenced" is" something in: the nature of the Greek The present wooden structure Is not onl> an evesore but does not meet. with.'its state of .unevenneps the uses for it erected Across the toad is the uewh hnifehed ornamental paving We use the >vo ornamentil j The people on the south of tnV nenue lie in ibe unhappy position o-e sstVeet thought? the of can divine 'so near so JfJ.r, so far as" jts use appeals to them Time 'Eas been in tinkering witht or in_ olhSi words mending de- ithe sidewalk to gtriicture is tp -gjie place Much time and roonej of the It jvoulti sensftla pmical to torn up the Structure "ted light Itnay But on the of to the tUc authorities Jt IB desirable to attention to matters'sneiV-iS ibis? for it seems that Opr.oipnient'v are not 'n in thej "hould be I Where a Remedy is JSeeded cloth to assume entirely these nev, T IS NOT altogether uncommon'at tbe present time to read neivs hie "ilia-i ministers phper reports .filaUn doning of their locations of thvi gospel to take .up other opera lions. It is possible that this may not he- altogether a new thing. But the fact of its being brought to public notice points to. a realization that, in many cases, ministers are underpaid, and Is a silent accusation that their congregations are in a measure fail- ing in their From the pulpit to the ring Is a long -gt-ep, but such a transmission has taken place. It is not sn-much with the incident we are concerned as with the excuse given. It is short, but fill! of meaning, ''one. must live, or rather two." It is true tho par- ticular change of vocation has not taken place in our own country, but that rather enlarges the scope of ac- cusation. Bo far as we arc concerned, we cannot, but feel that rega-rding the payment of ministers there is much to-be; desired. Th-ere. has been dis- cussion as to the propriety o-f minis- ters engaging in real estate transac duties, but while still retain jnc; ttteir cleill'baUposItlons used the means for adding to meagie in comes union no doubt, have done a great deil to remedy ths-Tpresent state of things. But, as that -has not just yet -been realised, it is: a matter of concern that things-.should remain ns they are. It is obvious that something should be done which would help ministers retain. their positions, without their hating tire excuse that the} have to abandon, the same, in order that wives and families should he able 1o live It the ch'urch is considered to be a bene- fit to the nation, and there is no gain- saying that it is, then, it is for the people to .realise their respoiialbility Such wandering .away from duty, ex- amples of which have heen noted, cannot but give opportunities for sneerers and scoffers, of wliom there are bound to be some in every com- munity. Those who lhe uses of the church as ii national institution for their self-respect should talio measures 10 see that" none should have occasion to cavil at them for lu IU. .lions: Some have boldly forsaken the being church-goers and nothing more. OUR POINT OF VIEW No "provincial government has been beaten nono will Conservative 'Views about ".Sas katchewafl-to the contrary. A .despatch to i the-.Winnipeg I'ress says, tho precipitation nt Lelh- hrldgc during June uas eighty inches. We'd'beltcr order nn arlt. The Tories had their turn In Xcw Brunswick ,011 Thursday, but Sas- ,v halchowah about even matter; up with some to spare. When It comes to" excitement the Republican nomination in highly civ- ilized-Chicago has a South African revolution; chased off the map. The Board of Trade grant has been reduced by half. The only thing to do now is lo, reduce tbe number of things the board goes after', but go The West is "On" (Simcoe Reformer) If the west can be fooled into tak- ing any stock in tbe easily-made pro- mises of Robert Hogers, then the west is a long way from being as clever as it would have ,us beli-sve. We. Need Them Ai, (Toronto Globe) The C.P.R. locomotive equipment stated recently to be en- gines. This year's orders 'will add a si.vih lo the total. This is conclusive evidence regarding the growth of'tho west. i t_ for a J oke- Roblin to Blame The royal commission appointed to investigate the government telephone system (n Manitoba reports that the system has been badly that tbe telephone been, guilty of and inetilci- enc.v, and that the 'rates'-charged are ineriuitabte. It may be expected that ibis report will' be 'cite'tl, "evidence against p.ublic ownership public utilities. It is nothing of the sort. U is merely evidence that prudent man- agement is necessary to .the success of any public it be operated by public officials' or private corporations. Although the. royal onerates the Roblin eminent from Maire, quoting'the telephone commis- sioner's admission that they .were unhampered in. the performance-: of. their duties, there, is reason to believe th-it the Minitobi telephone bjstam was used fot political purposes It is t fact that' the system was extended I'.rourhout the ruraldistricts at great cost and n ith no prospect of an adequate revenue; and it is fair, tq as sume that this .'was done pur pose of government solid the farmers It ma> hue been good politics, but it "was bad business, and it- is hardly probable that the; telephone commission would have, been so imprudent if It had not acted under the influence of-Premier Roblin, a practical politician who misses no opportunity to score a po- litical point. In this case, however, .it is doubtful Premier Roblin's prestige in his own province ivjll .by the manipulation of the 'provincial tele phone system ,for political purposes Even the farmers ,'profited by tbe cheap will pei reh e the isJGTi of gaining present advantages at. thg cost of de ficits. The reorganization7 ot the pub- ic service departments' of the ilani- toba government effect :he economies which 'are> desired, and it can be expected that there will' not be much cause for complaint in "tho future manigcment, of the telephone service. "Ho pretends to be a very bus: man." Jliiks; no pretence about it. He; siipporis-a seven 'chijdreii- dnj a salary of a Only One Place 'Where can r got a drink in this asked -n traveling man 'who landed early N one: uiorning In a little town in the.oil region of Oklahoma, of the bus driver. Sec that shop o.ver there' asked the druer pointing to a build g near, "You don't menu to say they sell whisky milliner exclaim- ed the drum'mer. 1 "'mean' that's the only place here they don't "sell said the to a demonstration such as this1' It s all right and if I w ere a gel anium said a shabtn man In the iery Id stick to exclushelj but I am not a geranium ton Star Sweet 'Girl Graduates Observe the noble girl who has cont pleted her college education. See her, with her dimpled chin rest- ing in the hollow of her white pulm gazing out Into the futuie with thoughtful eyes. What problems may she now be solving' What mighty movements for the uplifting of tho race may she be ning? Back of her are the years ot. study and application The great minds ot the centuries given her of their best. All that science and philosophy can cull from life universe, or .mind and matter is hers And now she is rcadj for the fu ture There is a hopeful gleam, a confident light In her eyes. She speaks Sume of those back numbers at home will sit up and take notice .when I get off the train in this new pannier skirt suit of Post. Here are three good ones 45 x 125 Lots On Gth Avo. A. South, north on 7th Mtb St., South, facing merly Hold St., hieing 'and 15th St. South, a.' splendid, jjHo for llij'ot; and a splendid building BldowulltH, wator and houses. Ciiii bo had a splendid short time only EASY TERMS Freeman MacLeod Dominion Block Phone 1212 I For Complete and Lasting FOUNTAIN PEN SATISFACTION use the ALBERTA This pen Is made especially for us and. we absolutely guarantee it. AT PRICES to .-Q WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE STOCK WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS STENOGRAPIC PENS Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 555 3rd Avenue S. THE SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF RNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 C. P. R. Sub-division North of Overhead Bridge SALE WILL OPEN AT 9 a.m. ON THURSDAY, JUNE 27th Tins suliclivisiou is lotalod iniuieclialch noJl.Ii ot Ilio Tiiulgc and Ihe 0 P R StaUon K contain, a jiuniboi silcs, aio being oi'- Jcied at most Plans, hsls, and lull intoiniation can be obtained at Ibe ot- fiec oi Wilson 8i 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 BLJCK Phone 14J2 PHONE Martin's Baggage. Transfer Stock POWPER, DYNAMITE, CAPS and FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GHEASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS 'AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXiE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN OtjE, TWO and THREE PLys BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, ETC. QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Ltd, FIRST AVE. SOUTH LtTHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;