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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD SJ LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD IITA1LI1HBD DICHMUR 1M7 FuMUhcd by Itwful twnlni it Iti Albtrti, A.. .BUCHANAN Miniglni T. W. QUAYLE Mincglng Editor PHONI: 1224 JOHN TORBANCl Ullnlll PHONE: Advtrtltlng Clrculntlan And Job 1252 OAIUY 1 yeir. by mall 6 monthly by M oritn M both- nin- and. old flvm. OAILY HIHA'LD FOR IALE AT. rthnm. lt I Me-lelni M. Nor fwTJ- O. jbcKMHi. Hold: CUFfttoljr-'O- RelnecL... Slore- Cll; 1 4 Co.; Druf Co. Hamilton. _ C.-TVorld WW Pincher Creik-E. J. MHchtll; D. L- McCrea. Bros. Druj Book Company.......... Farnle B. t Viriotiw-.' H. WWe Brown t Brown. Co.. 705 Klvertlie Avenue- Alio'cn C: P. P.. Tnlni THE WEEKLY HERALD rt pwei. ami c Fubllihfld every Wednesday-In flight or. mere and contains a Summary of thr IMWS of the locil and district 1 year In ........11-50 j advance ......i50c. 6 months In advance ......TBC. Pays to. Avoid Danger WHAT'WILL the next great dis nster be? Accidents of flood or volcanic eruptions caDnoi "be foretold nor prevented. There .ire certain calamities that can be laid at the door.of .Nature and nowhere else but there are others-for which man is largely responsible. These can eliould be prevented, 'in the .name of progress and development, man's' din- TiUIon Biiil cupidity seem io be court- ing disaster, while presuming to use Jiis skill ..ami knowledge to thwart, a destructive Nature. .Man tried to build .an LinBl likable'Titanic but his nmbi- ;tlon for a speed record forced her on "an iceberg. And so one might analyze ithe other great disasters of. burned theatres, wrecked steamships and col- lapsed factories and warehouses. have thought of the sub- ject at all fife expecting to see .the startled some of these .days by ,ihe nows of a, holocaust in some great sky-scraper in some one of the great American cities. Buildings are al- -rcady up over forty storeys in height and announcement is made1 that one 'sbvehty-two storeys high will be erect- The engineer snys that he can ibuild .a structure Lwo thousand feet with perfect safety. The boast Is mnde that those buildings are abso- lutely sufe bolii from collapse and .fire.--Similar boastg'hnve been made before, and have, been, proved to. be "vain, the sinking of Lhe Tuanlc being the latest and perhaps greatest brol on boast.1 f l.aml is not as dear as human lif and there should be a law prphibilln s'uch extrabfdiunrily Jiigh buildings Whatever uie; be, th contents of them are IIOL nraorool and" by' 9moke suffocation 1 -just as terrible as being actually bun ed to a crisp. Then there is ahvay, the tlanger ot' collapse t but was led astray. In tlic west. It loo bad to have his political Hit i marred just to please the whims of half dozen men In Calgary who le. the Conservative party hi this pr rlnce. Mr. Mlchtinor always rcji'in ut Calgsry for orders. Dr. McMillan Is making (juile a fuss his campaign about direct'legisla- tion. The legislature passed, a unan- imous vote In favor of the proposal last session. Both parties are pledg- ed io it when the time Is ripe. Next Monday fivo Liberals will be elected in Alberts. Teat's a.'safe bet- ting proposition. The electors are going to show appreciation, of a pre- The Alberta government has" .1 success of its manageutcut cf telephone aVoicm and as us me ami money can construct the HUGE wires arc bcinp itut into every fan home 'in Alberta, vwbere Mlchciicr offers nothing but caption crillclsin and n hint thai if succesefi in attaining power he would luiltal the Roblin system of iimnagomen which baa .brought down nn the Man toba government tlie curses of th people.' An Inch tPincher Creek rtcho) Are your sweet peas To Put Andy .in the Shade Frc-d Roo Jn Uie K-arnie.FTee Press) Bob Kelloclr, of Cranbrohk. who came into Canada with Lord Selkirk's rarty in ISO I, and 'sold apples decline to Lake la BUG with the eTument legislation or: II administratroK'.but confine their cf to calling the members of th administration names and gciiflrnlly making frtbes at tho premier aqd.al his supporters. The bnllol in hand, cares very littlc'.abotit Uie "hotvlings" Doc. Stewart CoiiHcrvallrcs in .general. The time when man could dlcUtte ti'the electors b} a. word of command or exhortation has long1 since passed. The elector demands' facts and arguments, 'am and eeed beads to the 'Indians for no empty .vauorings. He makes', ill heart, I .by its faith in the re. ciprocity measure. From men who believe In It, and whose belief is dally sustained by practical .expcricncca, much can -be hoped for In relation to at Is heat and. moat conducive to the welfare of. the province. The Conservatives of'Aiberia and Sas- katchewan realize tlila. In the former therefore, they, arc endeav- oring to keep IL In the background. In the latter they arc boldly and un- ashamed using it for their own fell purposes, But neither of Lhcac.tac- public is to prevail. j OUR POINT OF VIEW Queber, nobly supported R buslneas Alberta will do likewise. Mr. Michener has .such faith In the rlghlcouansHfl of Ids caiiee he Imjiorts a liorde of heclcr'n from Io help it out. !i Marlln Woolf .will be elected In Cardetqn'.aml.'Mr. will be ap- noMntcd ciiitoma collector at the town of Thnt's the ju-ogram. The Alberta government la-provid- ing. on scale (level- ,0'pment men Hod fault with Mr. Mlchcncr .obeyed tho orders of the "hifi'lnteroHlB" of the east last full and. Eo6gh't fRrmcra ,bf Albcrfa; .will rtoL forget Ilj either. Mr Michencr li nn .enemy of tlic farmeri" policy of wider .niarhets and lower lirlff, Will tho farmcrn trust :iilm; In.provincial affairs. The farmftrs of" Clarcsnolm wcro wlao .In .their deterniluatlon. noL to be 'led by a cllnno to place a camllrijitc :ln -Held. It would have been a losing proponlllon ,4, 'iof. H goiicrafly' [lie mun the noiiilnallon, i rludson's Bay Co. iii Mucleod, whe hey used to bait tbe antelope with Mounted Policeman's, jacket, w; [own to Elko Bo tad a splendid catch .but be Is ,to .nxious' to ".ninVe-'Aiidrew., C'arne'gi ook like a pikerf He s'ivea everythlu gets away. Alberta and Flax (Calgpry .N'pws; Telegram) Declaring- that West'eru Cflnad oiild in a few years; be. in supply, the ulte sufficient o hnt .country as --well onie was (ijait ossiblc .that, wjYe ouaes would be -as1' li estorn Canada, in. .a -few e the grain elevators at jpresiht ould nmke per year .CroTi cres me, that" the 'eyes' of the' flax the da as Ihe probable f tlteir future supply, he ould buy all the ng as o russels. Belgiuni; to a Newi-Tele ram last Saturday, a.futuro: along an ntirely new. d, might prove W'pi'orUabl heat growing Industry ia'.at the resent timo. .Ho would be the flrat an to lf.it as raised, Ue Bald., :v Mr. Klein has been -in -Alberta a 'month, "lime' he, company with haa Invealiga'ted the pou'eibllUiaV' thlB country'with regard to flux. So flrm is Mr. Klein In his beliel' thai, excel- lent flax can .-be grown here .that he will take Boon aa he'returns to BruHBele..tb send out cjJpugb aoed to start the project. He believes that .for every (.wo acrei sown with flax a Jiet profit of J150 could 'year. .If every farmer.'-would' get. down to raising say two acrei flax every year IL would menna great-deal more money for the If enough flax ivere grown there would be' no diffl- culty about catabliBhing mills to han- dle It. Canada would to buy linen from any other .country then, and'he believed that the United Stales would "have 'to come here to -get linen. They got. supply from and Ireland, now. Ditcuu the .IMUCI (Cardston Globe) The feature' of this Ijye-clection campaign up Io dfllfe, IB the fact thnt the opponcntB of the administration his mind for himself. The el-ector sees an administration which has made a remarkably good record.Iii managing a telephone ays tcm." It has succeeded in. ita.aduiln; ietratlon oC''schools, of agriculture, and of everything that it has under- ;taken. It has put'lesislalion upon .the statute hooks .which has greatly assisted the''people of the provljicc. After government is uothjng more or lees of the business people. When Elector finde'thai the government is conducting his business in a satis- factory way lie is not going to it bvprhoard because Doc. 'P. Piirrish or any person merely soys that--they- should be" .thrown over- beard.: 'That: is of mod- ern deujocracy. Let .the Conservatives enunciate t.hfl nnlif-.y-nf s'fratlon farniB, railway policy or the telephone; admjnislration.', them tall the atory Lhe W., iind proceed and t-al) what the Slfton government did to'It, nnd how the opposition vnnted. to 'surrender to the Clarkea. These are matters of Jnterent. The opposition ie not without abil- ity. There Is nwthotl In the madness of thnlr_speakers who .prefer to call iinl'air hamea ;tb dlaciisElhg Igaues. The Sifto'n government has becn'gly: ng Alberta an able administration. It E the hesl'governed of any of' tha provinces. WBy, then, change !Hho] government.; the mere' expre ,ion'of dlsaatlafaction of any Conae vaitive "howler" .'hang any weigh igalnst the .volume of evidence" o good government? Pulled Him Through "Tes, the doctor has pronounced nv ;ured." "What did ihc treat you "A small bank account." The new ragimenl was. or thiE first time. Prlvnto Browa.'s'iid enly clutched big leg. "My foot'i carry, me to Ihe hospital -tent" A raw recruit swung Drown "pvei Ills shoulder and started for the real A shell carried Brown's head ''Where arc you going with yelled the sergeant.. "I'm going, to (he hoepllal for medical was'the anHiyor. "He don't need. It; his ;hefld'it off." The recruit took .one look'. the darned fool told me It was-his foot." Mosquito Cream No mosquitoes caiv stand our Mosquito Oreain They (loii't'trouijic persons protected by it. One implication ll effective f6r It wmlici off enlly. Don't bo worth of comfort In evtry package. The Red Crow Drug Book Co. Farm Land Snaps x M r r 320 640 acres All steam plow luiul, Ktean) Iind aloam 'Jnnfl I1 10 iicres under "under HGIGH uiulei cijRhalloii fitlr bulkllnt'B, good well; nil fonccd. Cruii yocs with Concert jootlwcll In ace lion -of tho cotmlij HGICS In ion bsUnce f ill Biirnmcr J-afr DiiHd ;CloBc .-la 'and land anil land can be had ire unheard of This section can bo had :u a splcndtd bn> ?30.00 per cusy terms. per easy acre on rcaaomiblo zooa .with liijiU. Freeman MacLeod Go, Dominion Block Phone 1212 COMPANY i Real .Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF Suite 111 to Building PlO. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Insure Your Crop Against The Canadian Indemnity Conipaiiy, of Winnipeg.'liavc recently ob- tained a charter the for the writiiig :-pf HAILISTSURANCE ill tjiis-Provincc. company sound aiid. losses will bp Full 'obtained from tliis office. ..---J-- All classes of insurance Including Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live B.oiLer, Eaggage, etc. :P H. J, SKEITH Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 A snap for the most careful adjoins Queen Victoria Park; the best buy; in the city. Yours for per Terms I-3 down, balance 3, 6 and 9 months. Where. Sunaha Block 1, 6_lots. Exclusive Sale. r Sixth Straet Invettmenl Brokm Phone 1235 ;