Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD [y IITAILIIHID DICINSCR 1H7 PufcjMtM by TM'UtHbrHf. PUHItMnj Ltd', liwful at It! alxth llrwt, Lithbrlin. Alb.rl., C.iiid.. Newa 1224 Miniglng. Dfrictor T W'QUAYLI t Atiytrtlilhf Circulation 1252 1 TMT i. I nwnthf 3 months 1 month 1100 12 90 .UM 3fe t by null t monthi, fey mail 1 tnonta, by mall .1509 II SO 'chained often aa Owlrifi. but both addreMM muHt-bo THE DAILY HERALD FOR 1ALX AT M F.OPI.. w.C. Hamilton Plnchjr D L McCrw Bros. .Ibcrta Drug A Book R. W Mitchell, Wide Brown B. Seal. C. P. Trilni THE WEEKLY 'HERALD- Published everj- Wednesday In eight or more paces, and contains i ews ot tin local and district iiimmw 1 year in advance C months In advance J months in toll; 'tis an old saying that runs deep. jlljwill U'e have hoard, of case whoro women married men I reform thorn, hut Lothbrldgi; turnls cs ahout the Brst case on recor 'where Ihe' reforming was done th other way about. And evidently th sterner sex make very poor reforn era. If the local attempt Is to be Sail en as any criterion. Tho Ottawa Tree Press takes to task the newspapers that have beei referring to Hon. Gto. H. Perlcy, tin acting premier, as American born Mr. Perley when he toured the wett with Mr. Uordeu last .used to Ihe fact that he was burn on American soil. It's'no discredil to him, anyway. Wheat forty Inches wheat re.idv to cul in the head, all kinds of wheat; :'thls does not sound as If the country were go- ing: to the bowwows as soma of the weak kneed brethren would have one believe. Mherta is going; to vindicate lUelfjtnla Uo It In ft mtntier.'lliat iv'eh the 'unvil' gang. never get a look-in. 'Hudson's 'Bay Comnany hav the point in deciding; on a half holiday wookly during th summer months, it will do the em ployecs. goo'd, anil II will do untold good moral effect on the com uiunl'ty generally. This strenuous ago, and occasional ''relaxation fur nlshes the safety valve. The "Bay! people will not suffer by their inojt coranwndible :novo. Taking (heir cue from their Con- servative friends the Sag- katchewan Tories sitting up nlghti rolling up a provincial debt vith which to 'stagger the kfter eiectioiiB are all ,over he have'cleared away'the cob- webs spun by .statisticians :wlth fer- ile imiglBationB, the enorniouR paper ebt will be all and A the owly opposition will.sjiy vary''a ord agalnit'the budget which (will brought down b> the Scott riunent next session. But suqh U olitics. THE, SYSTEM of patronage is a biot on politics of Canada So long as it is allowed to exist it cinnct but be made' use of by parties in DoweiToh homering their position The wholesale dismissals ,and appointments made of nominees bv present gov- ernment at 'Ottawa hays' amounted to a scandal So "ions as1 the eul exists the cpportiiflln 'or political use Governments iso "inclined will fail to_roake use the -powers tfc3) possess purposes and will'endeavor to the same. The case nhich is at present stir ring the citv of Vancouver tannct Taut draw pubirc attention to tactics .pursued by the government of British Columbia to tighten .its hold on, and extend its, powers of patronage It The Patronage System must clearly, proclaim the evil of the patronage system-with the-means it allows for making a-government des- potic of the c'U schools, who lor nine years, as we has earned the confidence of the board of trustees and of the public, has re.igued his Position Ihe reason given being that the government at'VIctom hasi deprived him, of the .jthoriU he pre viously possessed by placing the same Inspectors this was accomplished b) rushing thiough the legislature an amendment to the School Act. on the part of the government. Is" namely, to concentrate: all administration in Vic- toria and' so enlarge Its powers of patronage. It is a distinct attempt to usurp the privileges of a municipality which may made to extend to other'brancH.s where possible The move made by the B. C. government -a an object leeion as to what lengths Eastern Canada Farmers (Toronto Saturday Night) The general effect of the Wea'ther conditions has been to greallj dis courage the agricultural sections of the province The big crop of the province of Quebec is probably ha.v Oats are also grown in considerable Ounntitv but. wheat Is-not of -much consequence It would seem that the hay crops got a fairly good start, for the most part, put that the contjnued -weather., .checked their growth towardi the end of Mas or early .in June and that the) now are threatened with disaster Should thej weather clear and warm weathei rive before the end of the present week, the situation will not be too although" A cannot" be aatisfac- ory But should the wet, cold wea continue, mere will De a hay amine so.far ai the province of Que- ec is concerned. over' province have payments to make, nhich a failure of the "crops would prevent, it does not tend to- .wards the 'buoyancy of temperament in financial .wben it is also; apparent .that the hbiiri of sunshine continue a minimiim'and the nun-Tail and Jon temperature at a maximum; for, year. Here are three good ones Five Lots Facing nortli.oii 7th Ave. S., and loth St.'South, .cem- ent and sew- er; .a splendid building site. For short time only: Two Lots In Queen Viuloria and tec trio lights. A snap a( W.OO each short time only. Four Lots On 14th St. South, 'ftolng eist; i splendid ilte (or three good houses. Can be EASV TERMS MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 "Just para Joke" he can- ot recall such an unfav orable season a, government, of one par and therefore unchallenged, can go in the matter of despotic legisla tion. It la making even use ot a I Ceding and although the} have "been part) advantage which the trjing to get their oats sown for some time, the; complete their spring An Appropriate Quotation McWadc, the Duluth col- ector, was praising the wit of a Du- uth banker at a dinner: "Even in his iaid Mr "the man was witty. It is recorded In JJuluth's archives that once in school he failed in his'hiatprj lesson and was in consequence ged with a trunk his teach- er- "The with lad. as he laj acrois his teacher's knee and the deicend ed rapidly upon him, swung around his head and trailed up In" the teach- er's face apd said: "'Happj is Ufa country that has no Tribune. of patronage offars It infringes V. _l v.i f I I.IIDJ tintc itiuua the right, of a municipality to con to do so As to coin duct its own local schools, and is Fuhtrrnan's Luck have found it im I In the Catskill foothills a New sheer attempt at establishing a bur- been drowned out In many instances and. must be re-iilanted Seedmen aie eauorat.fetorm ot. government. able to tell from the Aemini Ulat So long as the patronage system spring.in f buckwheat for seed is allowed to exist, so long will it tend to cause a most undecirabla itate of It is liable to prove ling pirpos-as their-the situation throughout the country must be pre- arions is not a big crop TODAY in the JIacleod Barracks lie tuo prisoners asaitfng the da) or which the; will expiate on tha gallows the crimes for which thev have been judged guilty From Coleman only the other came the report of a shooting affray it hich a child was dangerouslj wound ed In tha bulk of the cases ot muc_ ders and woundings caused b) the discharge ha Carrying a big deficit till an Bother 5 ear Is like biting off one' now to spite o'ne's face Anothe of robbing Petei to pay Paul. Calgary way they are buay talk inf about'majoraltj candidates al ready getting jMloua in to see Chicago much In th- 1 limelight. settlers'landed in aediewlelr In one.day ft Uke'.np C. P. R (arms Afler a m. e or matlon of an circle up at strath more acme of these dajs Win aome one kindly explain' If R Mne eggs down off their aviation perch may thc .Slrathmore farmers forhi circles till they i ?irJB, staft O''one otlhe Lethbrldge photographers. While' In Calgary lately one of photogiaplwra stated that during ,tric paat year he had had aixtpeij different lady anlaianta, and all ,had left to let married This Is doing The Demoeradj aeem to be falling down on their Job Not much ct- for Ihe (brill demand- Whr, their convention It o lame that tfn the blue 'coated cop aan t a_.igok ip. But you 'net er can Hot Weather Comforts Our stock contains many articles that will add to j our cjoml'oj't and pleasure during this hot Lime Juice foi a Thirst Fruit Salts to cooJ Ihe blood. add pleasure to the bath. -Toilet Wsitcr, refreshing-and pleasing. comi'ortahlo rest Phone want. ve w ill deliver them promptly. Red Crow Drug Book Co. Ltd. 3rdAvtnM5. C R R. Sub-division North of Overhead Bridge SALE WILL OPEN AT 9 a.m. ON THURSDAY, JUNE 27th This subdivision is located" immediately north of the Ninth Street Overhead Bridge and thc-'C. P.'R. Station. 2r> contains a number ,of very desirable wholesale'and res-idential sites, wliiclrare of- fered at most reasonable prices i Plans, price lists, andjfull in'I'qrmation can now be obtained at tlie of- fice of Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C P. R. Agents Phone 1343 J Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you are look- ing for work. BEGIN BLOCK Phene 14] 2 PHONE Martin's Baggage. 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