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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHDRIDGE PAILY HERALD Friday, June LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ,1 publlahx by TK I. Widt Brown; enue .'P. R. Triiru THl WEEKLY HBBALO Fubllihid Welnutay in elihl or wei. ani summar> of the ntwi or the week, local ana district 1 year In" advance 6 months in advance .11.60 ..7Bc nionthl'ln'vdvance 5flc. A Worthy Cause URHAPS there is no pwt of J7 Canada where amateur sports are more enjoyed, no place where they play such important part In-the life of the Country than in Western Canadn. Vnd this is as it should he Pureh Amateur sport has a place in which can be filled by no Totirer medium; there Is-.iio need to Dilate on Jie various phases at the 'beneficent result? which accrue to the ccsnmiintty where it is ioslered But like'so many other" things In the west, -amateur does- not the encouragement to which it is entitled la speaking of encotir- Tie refer to the _monetary Assistance without whiclhno'spbrt can e In Lethbridge we are particularly fortunate in having a football league "composed of amateur fare putting, up a fine brand of hut the crowds, although eujo; the-games, will make the le sue a fliunelal success The players this tha a team which woui bring.. to Lethbrldg through'many; channels if they war to, assistance in project thej are undertaking The send a team to Winnipeg, t compete fn the People's Shield com petition Without financial assis ance they cannot go, and the rit lose a'lef-oT Desirable pub city- is In sympathy wit! the ambition of the league, and be speaks for the bois, the reques is (made, the hearts cooperation the public in their undertaking Sir hundrejl dollars will the ses of the trip. And or lose, thi citj ould e this small sum back in a. hundred different w through the interest the team would create outside v Let. us be t T7OR WHAT WE us 7 J7 thankful This must be tiie ejaculation of ever) son of the Empne on noting the side- jight thrown on Republican rule by 3Ir. Parker at the Baltimore comen- from instances meu tioned, a. government is sup Closed to ideally represent the er people has demonstiated that it can be made into a one man rule In dealing Mr Parker's speech the fact of -bis belonging; to a partic -iilar party ivlth views, consequently 'prejudiced, should not be lost iigbt But there is no getting away .from specific facts, and it is v, ith Hhese' that are particularly con- Thej appear to proclaim fthat tbe president of a republic, as by Roosevelt, has greater individual poivei than a constitutional uHionarch TO cjte som-e of the cases by Mr. Parker, there are (the taking of of Panama authority ot constitutional Amendment; the sending of the fleet fon its famous milce to the Pacific "uifchout sandtiou of congress, the of the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by the siee! trust, and so on In all of Iheie, to nuote Mr Parker, the then "has sought down'. aiiaior> and constitutional safe- i guards.' .There: may be much, or little, in ttlwBe; accusations, but they point to cwiiJn .powers which, under the' ays- be abrogated by one man. JLa Jto the system we nothing to thankful saj, that is a matter for the cau. nation to judge, withou doubt, sow that its have been opened, it will'aee to it that const! ttutlonal rights itre sateguarded as far as they can be Our own reflec tions must lie those of satisfaction that in'spite of. the vaponngE here and there from certain bodies, so far as-natiouahcoustitutions go, we have as at lire sent inodelled, is toe outcome of cen tunes of flgbts for tbe Tights and privjleges of the people Our uion arch) has been stiled a "veiled re- public" ,and that in, its truly ideal Though it laj s us open to the accusation' of tnose, who are preju diced againslt all monatchial forms of gov eminent, ,ttiat ne have a one man rule, analjsed and com- pared with so called Idejls of sol ainmenf, becomes mere empiv In comparing our constitution and our institutions "with others, in re gard to its safeguards for the privil eges ot 'all, tJie} lose nothing but rather gain in estimation. We have Just reason to feel a pride rhat sq far as human things be :onsidered perfect, we have got on stage In our sovereign we haye not a dictator but an em- sodiDieat atod representation of a which' makes for and ig acceptable LO a free people Empire and aov hand in hand In the senti- ments of the. on-a British nation For this have reason to congratulate ourselves. OUR POINT, The fly crop promises to be abund- ant. Swat often and-hard. This 'tropical: weather with occa- sional shoners spells bumpei crops and an early' harvest. Speaking ot land titles offices it Is interesting to note that Macleod Is quite as aggressive on the trail ot the government as If the inventors keep on the days of mystery will pass and man he to discount the it will be some time >et. The government seemed to have nome difficulty In 8'ttinj a man to succeed the late Judge Mlbee on the Railway Commission. i If the cky council onlr form- ulate of segregatfon which would corner the weeds along the boulevards it would he a policy worth While The large number of Sou tfetrn Alberta celebrating Day Is a fair indication of the pre prosperity and hopefulness of the people Some' genius has invented a mach- ine which records sound fiom the celestial planets. Naxt thing be long .Distance phoning to the man in the. The .Crown Prince has written n bbol! entitled "M> hunting rllarv )f lilt dad would take pen in hand o'ne on "My diplomadc the best sellers would soon be eclipsed. i The chairmanship of the Hallway looked good to Hon J. Hanna, but Ontario's premier could- n't spire the best politician in his cabinet. From r all t parts tho ince conW repoils of thp best jet .In the way of and prospects Alberta Is gelling the people and the neonle are producing tho wealth The areit- it present ir, trans- tiortalion facllllies. If u reception Is .organized to wcl- c' Jionii) tho battery let It bo a good one. Tho artljfer.v. .Is est- section 'of the1'fiBWiliS'forces to koop maunccf nnd ofUcient, and brldfie lins' every ivasou to fed! proud of Its conlrlbullbu to the Iteld nrtlll- The banquet tendered .lion. Mai culm In Macleod as glieu tht. citizens of tlmt toun who know him bebt. and UiOfaiiangeineiits nnd carried out by staunch Cpriservn'tivea. Thus did .Macleod the minister's iruchiwrs. Hon Charles Stewart made his first appearance in the south as a minister ''at the Mackenzie banquet' in Macleod. tie impressed 'everyone, with his broad Ision o( n province v. bich liiioMS neithei north nor south all parts com- mon good. A half of gtoel laid in Alberta work'lng dai during the past Is a record of which the prouuce mav feel proud. With n uJntlnuiSneo of that i-ecor It will liot be lonir before, th fuMors art Kiiaiantccd adequat transpo'rtfttlo'n fiicilitlos and satlsfui tory competition. .Mr. iMohtlu, 'the Hory N'Rllonalli M. I1, Is reporled to he veiy sor on the French .ministers In Horde government ;for -betraying the.causi and In an' Interview stated, thai no one of them could be elected In Quebec constituency There will doings the naval policy is an nonnced. Whut Dr. lius tc say. a! out the condition of .streets in is'ort Lothbridge is absolutely true. -Wh. the roads should be neglected and let a wretched-state needs an ex planntlon, If the proper nuthoritlet Imvc one to offer. Tho system of rip- ping up a lot'6f streets at a tlme'tloer not strike :the ordinary .citizen as sen sible. A oi at a time U sufficient. -..The North Ward protests much, but fts pratetts seom to have little effect The C1U Council shouM bus) itself in lighting the wrongs in fllcled on the people on iiortli lide: Wist Qfffg How Haultalit'Cliingis (Moose Tlmei) He and Domin ion affairs should be kept'' dtstinctlj separate. Now he says; they shouldn't. His words .in a former campaign were these: "I am not going to take up any more ot jour time I onl> to point out to you what I consider to be the norst feature of all ot the present constitution That is what I believe to be the eastern dictation from Ottawa la local concerns I do not mean the Autonomy Bills, but the dictation in locar affairs generally, aid it seems to me that iou mint b'e convinced that with the enormous luleresU nrhich the Provincial gov crrimon't has to look after, you will be en much bettei off if >ou have men chosen to condiici your attalrfe, to look alter r mteresls who are not bounj up with the goieminent at Ottawa I say that the local administration should be absohrtely separate from the tederal administration The local government should not be run as a donkei engine attachment to the fed- eral .machine. This ip to m) mjnd the most important nuestion and the most mnortant point with to present position." Now he says "Saskatchewan tor Borden and Haultaln" The people nte a wobbler, just the eame as the hates.a coward. The Cement Situiti.on tOttawa Journal) 'Apparentlj few ot those offering riticlsm have m; the prob- em from the standpoint of the pio- ducers of cement in Canada, with paiticnlar regard to certain condi- ions Khioh have frqm th .nipulatlon of the cement industry n Canada during the past couple of 98TH "Enquiries which the Jouinal has lade in this direction prove conclu ivelv, we believe, that the primary ause of the shortage m the available upply of cement in Canada at the resent time has been the obsolete methods of manufacture ailing in earlv all the faotoriei, ic present price may he attributed an endeavor on, (he'inart of the ement mergei fp pay dividends and isd charges on over-cap- ali7ation, by taking of the arlff vrotection 62c arrel. 'It appear that real rouble commenced wnen 'the merger rought together in Capada a number f cement milli, equipment of hiLh had been in operation from six o twenty jean, and ca'pjtallzed the hole at an amount to at least 500 per barrel the poaalble ce lent production of mijli an- ually. Tbe leading eiponeBti of the ement indiutry.contend that the cap- under the roost improved nd modern process's of the present ay, to be A fair iniestDtent, should about 50 per barrel pn the an ual output, and anythlpg ex- eedlng 00 per barrel rtould be re- arded as a danferous undertaking om the joint, "Not therefore, does it appear that the capitalization authorized for (lie merger is in excess several tlniei of the amount Hhich sound Business judgment warrants, bia these same mills are toda) opeiating with etllllp ment largel) out of date, many ot them manufacturing from 'marl, using the uet process, whereb) the raw ma- terial represents seventy jer'-cent. or more of moisture, thus consuming an enormous qitan'ttty of fuel in the cpet or these is abnormally y heavy. "In no Industryjhas.such wonderful progress been made In methods of manufacture in' three or four >earb as the making, business. It will 'easily seen, therefore, what a tremendous handicap the 'cement merger, in Can- ada is under in competing, vttb. their out-ofdate equipment, and a redpoll- slbllit) to meet fixed charges pa) dividends on an authorized capitaliza- tion of with an additional .'of bonds, ed with cement concerns .in .United States and countries opeiating under improved methods, producing a better quality of cement at a greatly reduced cost, and earn fair capltallzatloi "Under such the remed !or Canada in th ns'tallation ot plant providing for tKfr new prucess o manufacturing, "capitalized on a hus ness result Canada at a fair' cost utilizing th Frau here, an Canadian ineet th demands' through6ut th country for this liuilding material." Kfust a H he Forgot the Detilli Charles Frohmsn was talking to a reporter about the' importance of de tail 't Tnose vvno work for he said follow my directions down to th! ver> smallest item To wrong in detail, joil knov. (s often to go aft' gethei the dissipated liu: band. "A dissipated liusband, as he stcot before his house in the small hours searching for his latchkey', mutteret over and over to himself: _ 'Now, dM my wife two whiskies and get home 1 12, 12 whiskies an' g home by 2" Star. of Science There was and man who could urit sleep 3be visit- ed her physician, and he said. "Did 5011 eat anything Juit before going 'to "Oh, no, the patient re plied sa'd the physician, "just keep a glass of milk and some biscuit ide sou, and every" night, the last thing }ou do, make a light meal" "But, cried the ladj, "you :old me on no? account to eat any- thing before' retiring." said the doctor, "that three months ago Science made enormous strides since Philadelphia Record: Hot Weather Comforts Our'stock contains many articles tliat >vill add to your dolnt'ort ajul pleasure during this liot r Lime Juice for a Thirst quenching drink, Fruit Salts to cpql the hlood. Big Sponges ndd pleasure to hath. Toilet Water, refreshing and pleasing. for the comfortable rest And many others. Phono us.ypur vaiits and we will deliver them promptly. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. PhoiM S5S 3rd AVOTIUV 5. Here are three good ones v Five Lots Facing north on 7tU It 14th facing S., and 16th -St. 'South, it splendid site for three ent sidewalks, water and electric houses Can be had fnr er; ;t splendid building 1 For short time at short time l Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 COMPANY -v 1 J j 1 i J. Real Estate and Investments _____________________ i L1____________________________________________________________________________ OWNERS OF M O R NIN G SID E Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 C P. R. Sub-division North: Bridge SALE WILL OPEN AT 9 a.m. ON THURSDAY, JUNE 27tK This subdivision is located immediately iiortli of the Nintli Street Overhead Bridge'and the 0. P. R. Station. _> It a number of very desirable wholesale and res-i dent ial sites, which ;arc being Of- fered at most reasonable prirp'-l'' Plans, price lists, and lull information can now bo obtained at-WffQf- fice oi Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. Phone 1843 Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you are look- ing ior work. BEGIN BLOCK Phone PHQNt Martin's Transfer Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Cany in Stock fOWDIfl, DYNAMITE, CAPS FUSE, BLASTINO OILS AND GREAStS, RUBBER HOSE IN.VARIOUS QNAOtS AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, CANWELL HOXII FENCINO PEERLESS ROOFLNO IN ONE, TWO ami TrjfJEE fjlvi BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY BIVIN Western Canada FIRST AVE. SOUTH LITHSRIDOE, ALTA. ;