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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HE8ALD LETHBRI6GE DAILY HERALD OTAILIIMID OICIMHK 1107 ty'The L.thbrimt H.r.U miklllhlni Ltd., liwful :aimt, Llthbrldgn, Albartl, Oinidl. Htl, And 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Minftglne T. W. QUAYLK Managing Idltor -JOHN TORRANCE rHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job 1252 1 Year I mouths talivarea 3 months delivered 1 month delivered DAILY RATKS .........J4.00 1 year, by mall ............J3.00 .32.00 months, by I month, by c'hangeG as often as ueslred, but both and old addrtMM must be THE HKRAUD FOR AT Crow Drus t Medicine M. Northam. Book Store; J. 0. Jtoberttwn 6. and Atchlnidi Co Jackson 4 Co.: Alex- andra Hottl; FwpU'i Driijt Store., Co.; R. W. Hamilton. Plnchar J. D. L. McCrea. Make Bros. Drug A Bonk Fernfe-B. Ecal. L. Relneeka. Diamond City Drug Co. B, TV'lds .News Company. Brown, Jam! won Xevs Co., 705 Avenue. Alto on all C. P. R. Tralni ,THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more pncca. and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district 1 year In advance ........fl.ot 6 months In advance ......75c 3 months in advance .......50c. Mr. Hoadley. is old Fashioned THE eloquence of George Hoadle) of Okotolcs ou the question o demonstration farms is not re- sounding at Ciaresholm In the bye el-action pending. Mr. Hoadley dumb on the subject of demonstration farms when he is within hailing dis tance of one of them, but when al u distance he becomes rbrove ami de- nounces the farms us far ,above what any ''farmer should, expect.. Indeed, the idea of erecting a nice looking 'house oh a farm is altogether out of range, Jir. Hoadley's vision.of.what -fsmiET- BflQulu -It jii, tcrous fora farmer, in Mr..; Hoadley's .'opinion, to look for. anything but a piano box shack, for. a residence, a which the cows could eat their way for shelter, and p-roh- front yard for ornament. Taking Mr. j s public -utterances in con- stituencies where there are no farms, as tlie criterion, there is iio.: reason supposing that his ideal for a far- mer's requirements soars any higher. Despite Mr. Hoadley's how the government inteuds spend- ing more money and have in view .the rapid development of the farms so as to, make them of Immediate value to the farmers. The scheme for the erection of agricultural high schools, where the young men of the farms can receive an education, along the more, technical side of their life's work, should receive the strongest support of the farmers of this Pro- vince, It will take a year or per- haps two to, get the scheme working as it is no doubt .My .18, J912. It KO at that, mid after tlio 2711 the opposition' ballad will ullll be "We soven.-" i'. 1 Fifty Kutoiid tha Lcth bridge-Motor Club.1'. Make It an ovoi hundred. Welcome as (he llowdrs In May .was tlio shower of Thursday night. 'Am everyone Is of the belief that It mis a gooA better things to come. Let. 'er rnlii. Cnrdstqn constituency Is peopled with a bunch of tho beat .farmers I _ Alberta. The farmers aro wise i i tlieir interests, and will be i ed by a Liberal man of Liberal sizo 1 who knows how to represent them. Oh you Quebec! .Can it be that that old pendulum has really started back the other way? There's a per- tinent saying about, every little move- ment. Wouldn't wonder if Quebec had it. Works are stronger than faith, but the Lethbridge people are going to show their faith this year by their works. One and one half million; dojlars worth of faith Is a pretty fair nveruiv for'one year.. The Government Quashes a Decision by ,Judge Mabee (Winnipeg Free Press) Close upon the heels of the tributes from all '.over the Dominion to the liigh integrity and clear-beaded ability of the late Judge Mabee comes the in noun cement from Ottawa- that the Dominion government, at a sitting of lie cabinet council last Friday, IIP reversed the judgment, of the Ra vay Commission pronounced by Judfe, Jabee on December 19, last, In regar o the location of the G. T. P. static it Ilazelton, and has rescinde he order .then made. Tbis action of the Dominion go' is notahJe for more reason ban one. In the first place, it is tb occasion since' the creation lie Railway Commission in 1303 tha Everybody 'swine to bo gotnjt back on the Horderi" Koverument. The cst protest comes from the mli tmlon. Hon. H. K will ilml Uml ho has u Herculean tusk on hit} hands keeping Uio virile men of the west In line. Lothbrhle'e occupies u'Vathor Im- portant place .in tho. C. P. Ft. llmo- llsht Just at tiie present tlmo. They can'do much for the city, and the Hoard of Trade Is to be compliment- ed on their decision to make some public the company's attitude toward the city. Jt Js an- other be taken for gian-ted that -otheis will follow suit There LS uo better form of gentle'outdoor recrea- lion than lawn bowling. is a' game -in which old and young df both5sexes join in, and obtain healthy amuse It is particularly adapted to f hot Bummer daj s, when Lawn howling is distincth a soc- iable "game, 111 that manj ma> join In It, and one fair sized lawn be accpmmodating or more sets, The game deserves to be and is bound to become a popular one. The idea ser- iously taken up. The Telephone Expenditure i HE CHARGE that the telephone X construction announced for Sou them Alberta, particularly in and desigh- to inlluencc the bjeelections, has foundation in fact. Every OUR con- with the constitution 'method of popular Government in i Canada knows that every public work :lms to be provided for in the esti- and the sanction of the elected given before the monev can -be expended for the purpose. Any one who followed the tlelihera- :tions of the Legislature must know the premier In his speech as pro- vincial treasurer outlined the -diturc on telephones for the year and Announced the intention to borrow a sum for the purpose of making extensions to the system. the estimates of the telephone department were submitted itp the house they were discussed in and; It's a poor picture to of Mr. 'AHclienor, Dr. ;4intl other members of the opposition :to slate that they let this largo sum through without knowing what it iwas to be spent for. Any boy in the advanced classes knows enough of parliamentary procedure to know that such a thing is almost Im- possible A got eminent must give details in connection with a acquest appropriations for public works, and to state that the opposition let the telephone estimates through In a bulk sum -is tantamount to announc- ing are Incompetent. What an .easy crowd they would he if in power But all this cry about mflii encing the bye-elections is so much campaign buncombe Early in tlva year the telephone department drew up Its programme of work for J912 and decided on its estimates. The large amount of line to be construct ed, in Ciaresholm- and Cnrdston was decided early' In January and If the announcement is emphasized, now It is due altogether tn -th0 unfair tac- tics oi.lhe Conservative campaigners who are raising sectional cries and trying to create a spirit of hostility In one part of; the country against another Its usually (he% stock In trade of a pirty without a definite policy to'prcsent and the bye-elections In r-Togrcss -furnish no exception to Hie rule. OUR POINT OF VIEW And they all rise to "Have 'the I Won't Works readied Lethbridge- people aro icbmplilntng the multitude of mosguJlos these dftjg Follow the time advice and swat them. Seven Is a luckx number Well, be perfectly Milling lo latter location'; widely throughout the Dominion and outside the Dominion, The matter wan" brought before the .Railway, Commission, by Mr and bis associates, establiah- a townsite on the understanding that station was to be on lot S82 The> went before the Railway Com mission, asking that the G T P be compelled to fulfil Its contract They were supported by .practically' the whole mercantile community of the old town'Of'Hazelton; the case. Judge lUa- bee, in pronouncing the Commission's Judgment, as Chief Comriiissioner, said: "If any private individual had done' what the Grand Trunk Pacific ha; attempted to do In this'case, he would have been in penitentiary, and rightly so. T have known of a more deliberate attempt to .deprive an in- dividual of bis rights, and I-want to say so most emphatically. An order will be issued compelling the Grand Trunk Pacific to locate its station at the point at which it agreed, and an injunction wiil: be issued against it carrying; out its own Which, it must be admitted, rect, forcible, emphatic language; leav ing no possible doubt or uncertainty as to the meaning oT the-Coinmiasion's decision, ft is difficult, indeed, to see how a decision could be framed in language (hat would'be-more unmis- takably more.emphatically to the point. If you wiirglance over it there was ii violation agreement." Noting once more tbe clear-cut de- cisiveness of the language used by I Judge .Mabee in pronouncing that Judgment, let us recall the tributes which since Judge. Mabee's death, nine days ago, have been paid to his extraordinary; .power o-I going to the heart of every, matter brought before the Railway Commission, of seeing the essentials, and of setting forth the plain justice of tbe matter. Iii a decision in which he used language so emphatic as has just been quoted, is it not a fair presumption that the decision of the-Commission one. which gave. the.parties concerned a square deal? And who are; the The G. T. P. we all know. Robert Kelly, as everybody wJio arijthini, ffl cOttat policies, is tt wholesale merchant in Vancouver who is a leading Ltbeial in British Colum- bus been a prom- nent .figure. ,ou -thfl Liberal side of politics on and against, him Lgreat of tbe op- last two .campaigns vas shot off. Political Opponents'of its are interested -In '.another Hazel- 011 townsite to have the G T P station located on lot 'hey have made conihion "cause with le ,G. T. P, in urging the Bordei! jove-rnmeHt to..quash the Judgment renounced by Judge Mabee on De- ember 11) last, in the hope that the ail way Commiaeion, as it is' to be wjllndecide favor, of leir uropoEitlonl Such are the .Circumstances.' They re of a character to give rise to ser- ious doubts as to propriety of the government's action reversing Judge Mabee's finding. THE COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS Of MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 fira Joke" Stupefying a Waiter Here's a t way-'to get ahead ofythe cafe waiters It all. Thi recipe was handed us by a restauran haunter. He does it as follows He seats himself and says: "Waiter have you any Gorgonzola cheese9" "Yes, says the waiter, "our Gorgonzola is very fm-e." "Is '-'Just made, sir." "Is it nice and "Believe me, it is as white as anow, sir." "Good! And is it hard in the mid- 'Like a rock, sir "Thanks, yqur name thanks, anyhow. m-e tell you something. Gorgohjiola cbeeae should never be fresh.'It should never be white, but green. It should never be hard in the middle, .but mushy If jou are not a liar, you bav-e no good Gorgonzola. If yon havo any good Gorgonzola, you are ajtar. Bring us two Swiss sandwiches, with mustard." The waiter then loses whole Insure Your Crop Against Hail The Canadian Indemnity Company, of Winnipeg, liave recently ob- tained a charter from the Provincial Government for the of HAIL larSTJKANCE in this Province. This company is financially sound and losses will be promptly paid. Full information obtained from this office. All classes of insurance written, including Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live Stock, Boiler, Baggage, etc. H. J. H. SKEITH Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 night's .sleep studying. Plain Dealer: Mosquito Cream JSTo mosquitoes can stand our Mosquito Cream They don't trouble persons protected by it. One application Is effective for horns, jet it washes off m't be without it. A large quarters worth of comfort in every Doi package. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited T. H. Mir. PHONE 565. This Is It! What? A snap for the most careful investor, it adjoins Queen Victoria Park; the best buy in the city. Yours for per lot. Terms 1-3 down, balance 3, 6 and 9 months. Where Sunalta Block 1, 6 lots. Exclusive Sale. t a Sixth Street MITFORD CO. Opposite Herald Invettment Broken Pbonel235 ;