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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .TIIK.-LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thiirmlay, May LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD T IU (MM, lawful iwtti. Canada. PHONH W. A. 1UCHANAN u T.' W'. JOHN TORRANCC ttanaf tr ClNUlatlw Jrt 1252 "ATM 1 by mail ...........11.00 t menUu, by mall jie l by in u but bath new 'eld nlUtr'kC'.XVM. DAILY HiflALP rOR rIALt AT Drue it. N TSok Omkrwk. e Co. AU-MWM HetC fnatWt L lula crthim. tti. City ilferU Book BMI Alt. in all C. f. Trsln. i ;WHKLY HMALD In or vajrwi, ani contains i stwraary Ike MWI rflSi wnk, (1 M 3 moaths In idvunc........Sue. MtlM In .7tc OUR POINT OF VIEW Doc. Stewart's, map haa been pu away In the atllc. A scarce article theae scavenger. A few more Kurbage wagons and a few less civic automobiles might be more acceptable to the ratepayers, When the result came In from the Willows poll tho Claresholni Tories wilted. Will some friend the Provincia Treasurer kindly, come forward Hni make the Willows immortal la poetry Tlie Just nienliaii the word and Doc. McMillan grows red In the face. What's the uue of awattlng the tly when the garbage can is only emptied once a month. .Malcolm Mackenzie .ought to make it a point to have put on a line of railway. It deserves to be honored in some way. Parrisli, "the so foutiiy pic- tured in the local Aiichener organ and other Tory organs, failed to turn the trick. Is it nice Job TUUI tt Card- lion. Wonder If jut '.Mr. the field will see that he gets It. It is the of the'defeated to howl about' corruption. They think all voters are corrupt, especially who rote againit them. Cross carried -U polls out of 03 In Edmonton. Evidently the. Attorn General has the confidence of greater p'drtlon of the Edmonton ele ors. I.ethbridge Is getting lots of pi llclty from the .Dry Fanning Congres We want'to avail ourietfea of It, to- and convince the people who visit' n the'fall'that this city and can't be beaten. mini, be represented :hat Panama .route conference in pa garj'. The Panama-route, if take of, .bound to be ene he main .factors In making -a. big can fro.mHhe mercha'nts of their own towns and cities. They should be placed basis with those of'rfthtjr Jands, and thus be able tc compete .with-them. The mntter has lieen brought be- fore, the. House of Commons but was left-over for, "fuller consideration at ;he next session. No doubt ths-' mer- chants and people generally will take ,he matter up with the government either -through individual efforts or :hose of the Boards of Trade ,ry .to reductions and a-J- UBtments as will place.Canadian mer- chants .and consumers on equally ad- 'Untagequs footing; with 'those of ither .countries who are now having Toronto's Clowns (Orillia Packet) ''Two circuses in is the of Limls council ly. Dut Toronto has its city H the year'round. A Practicil -Tut (Saskatoon phoenix) When the city figures up the cost of the street railway H would be in- teresting to "know how much cheaper U would have been if had been no duty on the material: After It Thert iChloago the candidates have been duty nominated, geiittamen, a slightly impatient people wjll Insist that all this presidential stumping shall cease, By the way, has nominee who Stumped the country, .for the presi- dency ever been elected? Let Him-Bmy fur Hlmitlf A new story about Mr. ii current in'Ne'w Yprlf. One of "the edltqra of the Outlool was oullinhig to Mr. Hooievelt an articie that he to wrlU condemnation of a slattsmap hail' just .-made a very foollih oration "I'H call said ass." "No, said .Mr. RKwevelt-'T call him ;in ass. Priqt his New York Times Lcvely.Tlnif Dorothy was so at her Kdvantage in the use of oiir 0 INCCO m cnua naucation NE OF THE educational needi of the time is that -children should be'taught to save mbn ey. As it is-now when children ge money from their parents it is only :to spend H at once and if they can "their own money it is only that they .may spend it as th-ey like. One o the reasons why there is so grea; Complaint about the high cost of Hv 'ing is that, people do not'know to use the money they have. T.Iiej spend on unnecessary incidentals should be saved for extraordin- expenses, and when the latter are jriiide necessary debt miiat be incur- red to meet them. Debt leads to ..crinve. If children were taught to save their money and ;to spend .it wisely, in twenty- years there would ,he much less complaint about the Lcpst of living and the impossibility of ;JlyIng'on the available incomes. ;ProbabIy .the beit means to .this end is the school savings bank. The pu Apils are urged, and good reaioni giv save their money instead spending it on candy, gum, picture allows, and such wasteful Thej put it in the bank and by the tim-a their public 6r. high school life is over they.have tidy sums of money which to equip, themselves foV occupation the) ma) be un dertaking Then, too, where it has been adqpfed, there been manv instances where pupils have saved chough in the banks to tide their parents over, an illness or a period of enforced idleness or, some other un- foroeen misfortune, w hich if not pro .vided for'would have brought serious to the family There ;is no reason why the School Board of 'this, city other should: not: be the'banker for the funds Xs the dollars pile up into hundreds and thousands the board could -use 'the' money and pay the de- positors, .tbe. same rate of interest they would have to pay a regular bank This _would be an advantage to the depositprs, AS the rate would be fojir and or five per cent instead of three per cent got at the bank The board would be nothing put and nould Jiaye a fund to borro Before and After (Calgary 'Alhertan) The explanaijdn -of -the opposition is %eij interefiting Oalgarj Hei its front pages Tilth announcements that first party and cried ab bitterly that the hostess mother suf Rested that, it would be better for her to go home. Dorothj accepted the idea, but i few minutes later, upon answering: a timid ring 'at the door, the hostesB found Dorotlu bathed in Well, Dorothj, I am glad to see again Did jou decide to come back to No m'nl (I forgot t to I such a nice 'C Cruel Sympathy For a number of yetri-a ter in Sturgeon, calmlj states that Lie "result of the is. not a great surprise." Either "the Hcrnld was telling whoppevs last week, or it is much more" surprised at the fesiilt than it now tries to make out. s not surprised, some qf-its friends are much disappointed. It it party Canadian Copyright JOHN LANE, the -nellknoMi Ens lish jiubllsher, while at Toronto, tittering a well-timed warning against .the agitation In Canada- to have copyright law imaged. reasons he gave sgainst-the institution of such .1 measure will strongly appeal who are fond of reading. .At present Canada wae-aelUng books that cost -i1: .England for This, he the fact thnt could be printed from .one setting in England, and that it i not set-up new type to print'the Canadian editions. Authors nteo received a' smaller royalty for what were known HS Colonial Edi- tions. If a copyright law went Intn force it would be necessary to have these editions printed In Canada, nnd that would CP.UBC greater, expense, and In- :crease.the price of, the hooks propor- tionately. For .various and apparent reasons the people of Canada nre de- pendent for the at any rate, for mosl of the niodarn Htrrature dir the productions of. authors abroad, andr anything' which would lend- to raise the price of what may bo term- ed mediums of knowledge to be precateri 4 Modern diy nt Uieae present prices, become hit uries to many, and for their reading arej a great deal dependent on (he libraries There should be efforts made >a11 round as far as possible to .keep, .the. price, of books and so of knowledge being more geaer ally, disseminated. In the means of bringing the duty on books may .well be; removed. Canadlanfl, remarked Mr Lane, w .buying more 'English books at the prc- Hentttime before What it jnore bowever, IB the sUte- ment thit the books more sought after were those of literary stand and the evidence that the public of this country were exercising a great deal of'riiBcriminaUon in their read Ing This Is onb a sign of the times marklng'the evolution of the nation, xThat -readers, particularly In this cUy, nrc handicapped In the matter of haying -acccM to good literature la much in .evidence, and points decid- edly to the1 urgent need of the public library the citizens have Toted for It la to bp hoped that the cltj uthorlUes wijl lose -no time in. carry- Ing out 'the .wishes expressed. It will not be so very long before the winter are on us, when more time is given to -rMdlrii.- By that season them should be, a building erected, nnd Adequately equipped thr needs of a modern ch The Birth of :.theG..T. P. f Canadian Gazette) Mr. Hays used "to relate himself how the idea: of the Grand Trunk Ta- cific came td'lijm; The'Grand Trunk, as he first knew It, "Buffered from cramp." It Sir-Hays to-be 'Ihing within a fence of cteel woven round It by tyi and he search ed about for; some such highly tive feeder as' the Cauftdian Pacific was 'finding in newer parts of 'the west. A new line from ocean to ocean-rthe very thing! Mr. Hays' colleagues were sympathetic. Sir Wilfrid was also sympathetic, though inclined to caution. It Deeded, In the early days of Canada s awakening, to proceed so bol< notion as yet another transcohtirtetatal line. erick-A. Talbot contlniMi the story: To ascertain how tit project would be received the in the country to be ,.w_eat of Win- MllJini was sure" in Uaresholm, that Parrisli'would'carry Gardston, that Blair was winning in Sedgewick, thai. Cioss would be beaten In Edmonton. Iexlsted betlveen th? Browns jmd Per that Boyle wa, marked, of Browns cat, and had so Hied an affair, that neither party ever dreamed of 'Imaking One day, however, by his ser- vant a peace making note for Mr Perkins, which read: "Mr Brown sends his compliments to Mr Perkins and begs to saj.Jiis old cat died this mprpjiig." MK Perkins' written'reply was "fit- ter, Mr Perkins is to bear of Mr Brown's trouble, but he not heard that Mrs., Hampton's Magazine. _ nipeg the farmers weretperHonfvlly vis- ited These hud to be con- ducted at night-time with circumspec- tion, for they were being in mint considered hostile ng hfld in 'ttrrltorj The deeper President Hays dug into the subject the more firmly he became cominced that uu correct, and In this he was "supported by Sir Wilfrid Laiifier. The 'broad scheme was carefftlly drawn.up, and made all Taut and tight.. The fpriiier then came fully eiplalned .the details co-ppArmtors, and then New tprlfif Robert Henri noted paused before a landtcspe at the Phil adelpbm Academy of rjn'e and laid Dawb, who this has iprung from humble clrcunjatances to ealth aod eminence "Dawb made Aral success In Paris He was iliWdent and abaahed in thoae dax Wbtn be would sally out from hla'garret In Rue Vauglrard to a in the 'Avenue det, Champa Klysees or a prlncens' In jhe Kue de I'Universite hii heart would be in hh mouth. 1 They aay that once, at a dinner part; at Paillard the of to upon Ma return to MontrMl launched the honor, didn t open hit mouth from the marennes vertes to "nnally, when the deitert came c-n, the beautiful and tjegant hoMtess null, ed and Mid 'Come, dear M to Hut- -v "Divb bluehtd at challnge, racked bin brain apd itapmertd, with a bajhful imlle: ".'Have jou notictd, and tlemec.'that thli ytir'a ,are all Developing Printiiif fpr Amateur LET 00 YOUR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING AND Wt.WILL OUANANTEE EXCELLENT AND PROMPT WORK AT 4 MODCMATI PRICE.' T S55 Farm Land Snaps 320 acres All steam .plow land, Steam plow lauci, land with 210 acres under au-cs oorea umieii ctiltUatlon, fair buildings, good well; fenced, good well, in JOO .appes In crop, balance fenced. Crop goes with tin land and land can be had -of the countrj 'where failures art unheaid of This lection can bo had nt stjmn fallow butjd 'close1 to tonh school a nt ?30.00 icre-T-easy terms. per easy acre on lna.d. Dominion Block MacLeod Go. PKone 1212 THE COMPANY i 1 Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building oox rki rnone Insure Your Crop Against Hail The Canadian Indemnity Company, of Wii.ijpcg, have recently ob- tained a charter from the Provincial Government for the writing of HAIL INSURANCE ill this Province. This company is financially sound and will fye promptly paid. Full information obtained from this office. All classes of insurance written, including Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live Stock; JBoiler, Baggage, etc. E J. H. SKEITH Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Now is the Time to Buy rf Come and see us about farm lands and city property Easy Terms Lowest Prices MJTFORD CO. StTMt Phone 1235 ;