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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY ITERAL1) jTuesday, Mtiy 14; 1012 LETHWUDGE DAILY HERALD llTABLJtHID DMCMMH-IN7 by Th. PUWWlInf .llWlul r iti LithbrlOtti, AUwrU, W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. Managing Editor' JOHN TQRRANGE Circulation 1252 DAILY iUiiCBIPTION 1 Tiar 'tltUveml- C month, (taliverftd ........J3.00 3 1 month AddreHM 1 year, by mall G months, by 1 month, by. mall ........IJ.OO ........SSe., ni often as ftddreMMi muni .flvan. TH.I DAILY HIBALp1 pOB 'AT Cro.u DrOf Bwk "fftor.; 5. Bob-rTMti It Co.; Jickion ft Co.; Alex- andra Hold: '--Ptople'i Store. Younr Co-: H- w- HumlUon. J- Mitchell; D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drue i Book Company. B.' Bcal. M. Northam. and Atchlnjon. j .L. Htlntcki. Dl intend City Druy Co. Wide Company. Jt Brown, ZJ9-7Uh fiti-cel. JavmSeion Hewi RlTtrMde Avenue. Alio B.I ill C.-P. H. Tralni TMI WilKUY'HefRALO Publfslied every in of more and conltlns summary of the news of the week. locKl-and district 1 year In ndvanue a monlhs' in advance'.......50c. 6 months In advance ......IBC. 1ms" carefully (-ouBldcred evory queyllpu ttUifdpolnU of mtepiiyor, uii- called-for Expenditure. Under theie clrcumitttiivm iiiirs is-no why should HOL vote1 for {he nvaiBiiren. Kiulby rolling: a large ninJorityV should nhow lo the world'that tlie people of hive Tilth In the future of the city. OUR POINT OF VIEW Let Lothbrldgo seriously consider i civic centre hefore It Is'too .hue. nnd "nlso IJial nuaij Swat mosquito. 'Don't leiltiom l ,Tho Toroiilo Globe ciills.Lolhbrlilye "The-SunslilJie City." Even rabid Tor- ies will agree with that. .Maernth more railways, for Woolf and, there will be a likeli- hood or getting them. Usually ulifU'thp C. P. R. says poes BO don'l look- iloublful- ut Lhe latest hotol story. II is proposed to erect a monument lo the lale J. IVMauep al man deserves'It more. "His great pub- lic service should 'iiol be forgolleu. John Parrish will win a seat, the Tories say. Yes, the okl sent at the liend'of the family mble, and none other. "0. A. Magr'alK Is moiittoDod 'In; an onslern paper .as n possible successor lo Judge Miibtu as chairman of the Railway ComuiiBiiou, But ono thing burs -Mr. Mngrnlfa, and Hint It) lie 'I: not a' lawyer: law H lawye'r must be.lhe chulrinnn of tho bourd. A liiRll HervlcV on the Crnnbropk local will bo boon to local. busi- ness men. Why not a mall on -the Medicine IJtit local, loo? Oadaby. the Toronto nowipuper man says that Lelhbrldfic lin'L a boom town. He Is right. It Just .RVOWI on Its inerltB, that's ail. Hob Pnterson doesn't know -Ills mind any more on the remit of the forthcoming .bye-elections Ihnu be. did when lie called lilmsclf an iiidope ent in the Alncleod .bye-oteclloiW. Minister of Finance White coming west "to jjet in, touch with condltlona." Had he been in touch with, conditions a year ago. he would never havo deierled the Liberal party m reciprocity. Paterson The .Independent" ROBERT PATEHSON, M. P. P.. ('returned as an Independent, with the declaration (hat he would give the is not any better prophet than ho is an independent representative of the people who elected him. the Lib- ;'seral candidates, whose defeat he need not worry. Robert ran as 'disavowed iudepend- ;-eat but he has never voted other than since. i-the electors. I-n that'respect he IF like, leader, Edward Mlciierier, who was Rulhierford Government independent support. --There- is- as much Independence In. Mlc.hener as one would expect'to find in Hon. Robert Rosera." Any, iirophflcies they make need to be taken with-'a hundred grains of salt for-they only sco a-situation from one that is the strongly biased' Tory standpoint. hrt Qthen Same. Here [Hamilton Herald) Ideal weather [ up or backyards anil alleyways.- Our M. P. P.Y R. STEWART. worry! li Crosa.- Ke-ia remaining aWi at nights wondering .other -people about the Edmon'ton man's sum- mons to the cabinet. Well, what some -cold typo and will not melt away like 'ihe views "of 'the inemher for Leih- city. We suppo3e: the; doctoj; will deny ,-tbaf Uie'; Statement WHS '.freely during his campaign lust-fill that U .won the bye-clec- OovbrDment would be' overthrown. How were, they going (o no it? Did ilie'y ihink that seven Tor- ies could-outvote thirty-two.Liberals? No, not a bit of it, hut what they- did iucy- .wuiiiu i'unn Jiu alllauce With Cross and hia following and' defeat the. .government.1' Cross Was :gdbd enough for Dr. Stewnrt nud the goody] goody. JMichener then. .Why ribi now? A Bird 'of a Family (Smith's FftllB.' News) The wife of a'Methodist minialer In West Virginia has been married three times. Her maiden name was Partridge, her first husband was named Robin, her second Sparrow.' and the presehTone Quail. There ara now two little Ilpblns, one little Spar- row, am} three 'little Quails-in the family. Lsthbridas. City. (S. T. Wood in the Toronto Globe) This is the city ft beams perpetually In' the faces of-the. people. "Just Jokt rriHB -Medical Health Officer .of J. .Toronto IB ad vising -the City Council to offer to pay children for hilling flies during. Ihe month of Killing the Fly Jfay. He says thut the of a fl .In. this month Is as good as killing {some unthinkable number of millions of the pest during the latter part. of the summer. That is a1 good idea. He does not suggest whether the dead .-.flies should he paid for by the flun- thousand, million, Quart, .'-pound or hundredweight, or at what rate per. The idea .is a good one and Bome way can always, be found for 1 working 'nut the details .of a good 1hlng. "Public oHiclnls and private citi- zens blame typhoid and other epidem- ics on various causes, but all agree ihat the. house fly is the best breeder of. disease that is allowed to exist. The Board of. Health has almost iin- limited powers, ive are led to. believe, hence. Ir. might not be oirt. of place for them to work out some system of pay- ment for flies during this inonth, gnd yay the first half of'June and let tiie'Cliy Council foot ihe bill. money in it there will be.activity If the money is enough to make-the effort.worth while. It mlpht in the- long rim prove a great deal cheaper both to the municipality as a whole and to the ratepayers as in- dividuate., to .'pay for dead flies than to pay the various public and private1 charges incidental 10 epidemics.of dis- ease. If the scheme is worth being considered, by. the Board of Health of n-.clty. like Toronto, It is worth being considered by Lethbrfdgr Every day's delay mennk millions of niea saved rrom.Budden death to lives of activity n the di-ilribiition of filth and dis- ease: B 'Grateful to the Y DECIDING TO BUILD a hotel In Lclhbridge the Canadian Pa- cific Hallway has again shown Us faith iB.Lelhbridg'e. It was.not a "sorry day for this city when .the hig railroad corporation look over the A. R. I. Co., but rathcr.iJt was the .best thing .that ever happened. The decision, to nut people on the vacant lailda surrounding" the city, aild to attract the right kind of .farmers by eHttibliBhriiont of demonstration farms and ready made farms In itself, means wonderful development for this city and dtatrlcl. '.With hundreds, ami thoiiaands of settlers on these lands sraater wealth, will be produced and Lethtrrl-dgc cannoL help but grow as a result. The decision lo utilize the A. II. T. building as the nucleus of a" big C. P. R. hotel IB the beet newa yet. With the demand for hotel accommo- ..datiou.lnoreaElng every day, and the Farming Confess only a few-monthH. away, it IR most Impern- live that .the city should Have a big and new hotel.. The old A: K. I. offices arc .quite commodious and can be converted.into an hotel that will accommodate; a. considerable number of the Dry Farming much CAII be done In'the ncxL few 'months. The vacant .IbtH on.either-side of this property'bt- .the company, 30 that there ii [plenty of-room for enlargement, and .tber.ef IB -no .the C. P. ji. hag.enough.'confldence.In this city to proceed with atfdltlonB to the present bulldliiE, without delay.