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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 4- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i DECCMIEH by PufelUhlflff Co., -Ltd., Mxth 1224 W. A. 1UCHANAN Mait'aalftp T. W.- ttUAYlif Mincglng -Editor JOHN TOHRAMCI Canada. Clrculivisn Afltf DAILY HATIt 14 1 by mill ............I C month., chanced onen at aeslrtii, but both and ol fftvtii THI DAILY HINALD FOB IALC AT Orut lwwon Book" Storer J. 'andn'HOtol: Store. A Co nr. Hamilton t Plnchtr J.' D. L. Bros. Drue A Book Company. V. J3eal Mudlclnt r, Norlhim. DKmond City a: Widl A Brown, 8tre4t. JunlfWMi Co, Alto on C. P. R. Trtini THE LETHBKTME DAILY HTJ.ALD Albert, mutt not bo a laggard In thl Tegard. ,1 With a united party behind him Premier Slfton be ahlo to glvt this province better government than ever, Mr. Woolf liuifct get busy and a railway enter the country cant of Waiuei and Alllk That dls- tiict is well settled ami flemishing, Is entitled to transpoUaiiou facl- lilies A half section ot laud uoaldal'e v.ns valued by a loan company the other day at per acre. That is a pretty fair 01 Ifsemeut for the Coal- dale district and Southern Albeitn.in general. In conning this remark just remember tbat loan companies are seldom accused of land too high. filed at, the naval policy, a place to hide. It looki like none utore of tbat "handwriting oil the wall." 1012' Will tho vi cclproclly pact HS if Rtunds, a statute or the II S. genera- ment, bo lepenled by that me.it? If uot, ir will continue to tie a factor In federal elections In Can- ada in (pile ot the asmir.uico of our that U is a ttead 88HO. And Hhen the people of West- ern Canada got tlioso twenty inorp iiembers in the House at Com mam o which they are entitled, U will bo more alive than tvef. THC WMKLY- HinALP Published In ht or taora and contains summary of the news of tjie week, dlitrict 1 Vear in advance 59 monthi In ......7Bc. 3 months !n advance "IC the inaiu naval developments of the pafat ten years have been the con- centration of the British fleets In ile- lvo theatres, it seems to me uot un- likely that the main iisiaK develop- ments of the next ten years will be the growth of effective naval forces in the great dominions overseas." So says Rt. lion. Winston Churchill, flist lord of the Admiralty. Will some filend pleasQ find a place for (he sneering politicians this, country, i On0 oC the lirst things which sttikes the tailors' eye uhon he step off the train In is Go Park, which, is now clothed'In sui mer array. Naturally it makes ji'good impression. But generally before h sees the iwrk he fs con fronted wit two horrible bill boards just acios the street ironi the depot. Ttio there a clash of impressions, am it is hard to saj nbich winb bill boards earn u fen' hundreds sear, hut they do thousands of do Jars' worth of damage to'the city h, the Jar they gne the aesthetic ings of our Usitojs, U might not be a bad idea to November. Woolf's victory in Oardston was 'a' direct rebuke to this kind ot'a ca'm- construction. have been guaranteed since v ery littlej; ifVany, beep railways' need to be Jerked lOth a tight rein, and to understand that, they must A Grauy Lake View (Grasiy Lake Gazette) lu Taber the -council proooses to !e, v a busineis tat in addition to the t.i.x on land vailies Thin appears to be the meaning of the 3fw town act'and Is ceitainly not in the principles of the single tax system. Be Back in thi Fold (Nanton The papers repel t that Dr. McMillan the Conservative candidate in Clares- holm, has opanly repudiated the Do- minion pa'rty'organization.and espec- ially the -Manitoba section of it, and is making his. campaign solely on provincial issues. That cqurse is all right for the; time but what will Dr Jlcllillail do when the next Dominion election copies on? F9ra He Couldn't Tell what in the norld is the matter jou? 'don't know, the doctor wasn't home. Farm Land Snaps rv 320 acres All steam plow land, with 310 acres under culthatlon; fair buildings', good well; all fenced. Crop goes with the land and land'cta bo bad at' 125.00 per terais., 640 acres All steam plow land, with acres under cultivation; .ill fenced; good well; la tlon ot the country where failures ara unheard of. This section can be had at J27.60 per aero oq reasonable terms 320 acres All steam plow land with 280 acres under cultivation; 200 acios In; crop, balance In summer fallow. Fair build- ilngs, close to' town and school; a splendid, buy a( 130.00 per terms, Crop goes with land. tions The South is getting Impatient Und, to be candid, the government -will suffer severely-ttnless the guaranteed lines are ibullt hastily. BloocL Accusation DIFFICULT to conceive (h in the present ear grace, wbe the nations of Europe are suppo ed to have left far behind -them a kindness done to Reserving Ihe chief and .his men. several 'spcclir cases I have made note of when visiting the police court when Chief Oillcspie has pleaded' "for many a wandering'sister and brother he and his men, a'nd" has actea'Mflt'e the good Samaritan in many inntancM OUR POINT, "OF "VIEW Martin Woolf will' makel a capable Legislature. Parrlah did better, Iban his Jv us unit our polltlcai-btek- Woolf ijn't incb'Vbad nam. to Vln .wilh Cardaton, all, Here's hoping that somebody will scheme to elections. i i" The provlnclnl should make every effort to ruth the con- itrueUonvbf., the" guaranteed ilm of (Bto Southern The govern'nwnt w6nlrt do'well to heed the dfmand of tho Alberta faTm- en for turtber progreMjye leglilatlon, The Pdiey r (Vancouver, Sun) There could be no more complete endorsement, of Ibe' policy of Sir Wil.'rld Laurler than thai contain- ed In the' epeecb of Mr. Wlnnton Chiir. chill, Drat lord ot tbe admiralty, de. "vered in Undon laat, In Which 'he outlined the VVlt imperial design to be punned b'y Great Britain and her la maintaining th'e nupremacy It Can- adian'policy of ad ministration a. r the ipplied'w every he pollc'y'iby.wh] dlaHnot entity of' tbe" areat 'i part of each dividual taak 'to i. Wopera- ,_. tbe empire with tM' object. diiclng itectlve .ulta, y trains, for protection of-'tbe' many young who come to'thli'eily. I believe that is a step in tbe rjunt what extreme of and are put Jn for rtdljis wrong. Wo Und In mapy people vho'haie some tine or otner been driie'n tocsin and wrong doing by'adverse clrcumntancei, or thwigii the of love and tended to thenujn time of iroilMe. Would the Woman's Civic lie able to deal with this' class of Wo all know th a soul to poor huifan .wtlon to, the. body, il am remlnd'ed >y the reports in the'local pniwn tbtrt Is a that for female prlMpm ,'and unatlcs who for a nuribtr pf mam us been attending to.aad telnf kind of work in one .of ta'rgtr' cities In England. -Mr. "ity Council and the people of Lfth- ridge are honored by having a if men. who