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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTIlinUDGE DAILY .'t, LEHWtlDGE DAILY HERALD TM LMhtrltv HtriU W. A. (UCHANAN Olnlttr T. W. JOHN LU., ivtiy I ClrtuUtlM 1252 MMMMWTMM i HUM .........ti.w i u orua THI BAILV HMALB 2 Dmf f: Htt-L. M. "d tumraarr ittu la Ttc. I.. T HAY POSSIBLY be loo early in he day to speak of skyscrapers regar.3 to Lethbridse. Con.: however, Uiat the building Building Skywards veiit.'to'his opinioas: "It will be uoth- rog short oi'au outrage if the building bylaw1 anieuded, to permit .of the over eight stories to height. .of ihese edifiws mania iii cities when they aitaia a t scraper caauot be commended, and certsua aJDCiinv of importance, and -3 {no cfty which prides UseU ou preserv- ted Ju' the name spirit whtch .Mr. Hoc- den and his colleagues havo itmiilfcat- ed In the ('oiintry. tniai thtil the whole problem will be met fi'om a national Htnmlpoiut, tuul that there will be no mickllng to 'ho prejudices of ti small, though, 10 the government, tin lmportir.il party. Mr. llorden has not committed any indisorotions If'report is cor-i reel, Mr. .Hazeu has been guilty when siM'iiktns of the rejection of clpr.odty In )is boarhii; to (ho Im ial tie. We howover, that this Will be itihuii nl its propur face valut hy Uu> Ili'itisU tmbllc, coming fj'om a poliiit'laii tlutn n re.presentH Quantities the town, will be entitled to i ing Congress lias been issued and it congratulations. It lias-steadily tura-jis a neat booklet OL over fifty pages ed a deaf ear. tp anything but the uria-'in which many thriving tow-as of the ciple of munidnal ownership ami' it province receive bright, readable no- is, earnestly to be hoped that the in-itices. The Official Cali will have a dientions discovered oin to be j circulation of thjrty thousand and should prove very helpful publicity. The booklet is; nicely illustrated and reflects the greatest credit on Mr. Fiuley, the .clever publicity man for the Congress. Lethbridge- and its somethin "pecker." more substantial than other drawback, and a.u important, one, when expansion and not conges- tion is looked to. The building of skyscrapers certainly conduces to ,the latter, in its tendency to constrict buildings to certain limited areas. Ic mustr consequently, increase the vai- nr "of property here at the expense of other portions, and it cannot be said that this is something altogether to be desired. public opinion has become sec against these sky-reachrng build- ings, they not be regarded as, distinctions to cities, ,but rather as carried on a .most effective' propagan- are well set forth; as is becoming the Convention detrimentals. 'For the! safi 'ety of hu- manity, it is TO be hoped that the pub- l, not 'take in becom- lic mind ing tmanlmbus in setunir .its face against what constitutes a menace. ,ECAUaE Monopolies Latest Game the course OL a any tangible suggestions; and yet we have the Unionist press lauding his policy to 'the skips, when they know speech at Ottawa the other day Sir "Wilfrid Laurier ottered a seQUsnent -which Sada an echo in the heart of man, ualess he be one benefits Snancially by [he car- Base of war, he is being criticised by that school of jingoes --vho are j happy unless breathing pending cai-1 no more of what the policy -is than do ihe people of Canada. Sir Wilfrid Laurier may not suit the school of Imperialism represented by the Laws, u Smiths, Aikins and Harmsworths. but j erer ne done more to cement tne ties Nero Had Louis (Edmonton .Capital) ..Nero, fiddling' while Roms burned had at least the recommendation over Postmaster General" PelletieY. that lie wafe in the vicinity .while nj; country suffered.. 'What's, -n a Name ,f (Calgary News-Telegram) The Nelson people ai'e _ having a" new lire hall. Appropriately, Con- tractor Burns has struction contract. 'sesured .the.con- than any of these men have amity. All Sir Wilfrid did was in i done or of doing. Sir passing to express the opinion that Wilfrid presented a naval policy de- arbitration often prevent and 10 express horror at the very thought of a devastating war with. Germany, or any pean, power. other great Euro- remarks are seiz- upon by the Unionist press of Great Britain as a 5weet morsel and slg-nad not only to strengthen the Im- perial navy, but also to build up a great industry in Canada, That pol- icy isn't acceptable to the Unionists because be refuses to play into their hands. The outcry on the part of tne .Unionists about the navy is not born sre iKiing used to the impres-j patriotism. It is designed to that Sir Wilfrid is opposed to arouse a false wave of patriotism, and Canada doing anything lo that wave the High Protectionists the strengthening o! Imperial l to ride into power. Luaole to The open alliance between the convert the English working to the point where he is willing to rax Vmonist party and. the Conservative- Xstionalist govemraent at Ottawa is'as never more apparent at the when the Harmsirorths. au8 other evil geniuses of jingoism, hare steadily carried on a campaign oi representation of Sir Wilfrid's atti- tude, ant1, lauded every statement made by Mr. Borden with tbe moat lavish adulation, and have out of "all proportion speeches which when analyzed fail to reveal that he nas any policy on the navy good intentions. There could himself food supplies so that the Sir Mar Aikins and others can build up monopolies and trusts, they propose to try and steal the oppor- tunity by creating a war scare and rousing the p.eople by an appeal to patriotism. It is a base game but it is in full swing in both England and Canada. High Protection and special Interests are the Africans in the po- litical wood pile, and hi their game the English tariff reformer? so called, have tbe full co-operation of Mr, Bor- he no objections to the British- Union-j den and the party which threw do .jsts -and the Conservative-Nationalists in Canada working hand in glove if the farmers of Western Canada for the gold of the interests in the east. they .think it good politics, but there it is a game in which greedy 'mon- is objection to the deliberate, cam-jopoly seeks to fiinlier rob the people, paign of misrepresentation upon I and in order to do it they propose to 'which they have emharked. Mr. Bor- den has 3'et to announce a naval pol- icy, he has yet to reveal that he has attempt to blind reason and drowT common in a surging wave of fake Imperialism. From a 'Showman! (Chicaso Tribune) is go-.ng to be said a theatrical, press agent who dropped into the oifioe yesterday. "Because every one is talking about him. I've finished a 9000 mile route, and I've heard nothing but T. R. It may be anti-Roosevelt. lots of times it is. or it may be pro-Roosevelt, but anywty it's Roosevelt they're talking about. The other two -are hardly mentioned in "If there's anything in advertis- continued the showman, "and you and I are In businesses that live by faith there is, why this man Roosevelt's in. now. .He's the best ad- vertised commodity this country ever had. Vessir, lie's going to be elected. I know the signs of n success." In agination Not Over Heated (Vancouver World) From observations of Sir Wilfrid Laurier tbe war bogey, one infers that at least one of our statesmen is fie water wagon. The Taber Exhibit to the Dry Farm-. 'ing Congress' Times) Tbe stiuidajf-c! of Tauer's exhibit at the forthcoming "Dry Farming Con gress will depend to a great .exten on help which the farmers' them selves give, by carefully selecting pro ducts suitable to make up the iiibit. The board of trade has taken the initiai. step 'in appointing a man :o work the executive :ng necessary material for the ex- ilbit, and if every farmer, who has good samples- of wheat, barley, oats, flax, etc., will take the trouble to bring1 samples rnto town he will very materially assist the board. It is essential that Taber. as the largest town in Alberta and centre of a great farming area, should occupy the leading place in the matter of an exhibit, and with the co-operation of every business man and farmer and with the financial help the town must give, this can be accomplished. Now is the time thai something must be doing, so Mr Farmer if you would uphold the prestige of your district, get busy right now. "fust EVa Joke j. j. Worst his father cut oft Magazines Mrs. Huvr's the -mag; this .month? Her just figured Wai bo; his allowance. and ance? than that; his gaso- line. club 'allow- that! every third man in the world must be at you What Thsy Looked Like Ma is your wife angry selling either incubators .or gardc-n seeds. Nautical Distinctions "How do you tell the difference be- tween a yacht and a said the girl with the inquiring mind. lookin' iuto the replied Capuiiii Cleer, "If she carries plenty of refreshmenis' and see-gars; she's a yacht. If it's mostly plain victuals. she's a sailboat. "She painted peaches .-on china plates and I complimented them r.s sliced tomatoes.'' j Difficult Languages j ''So they are "Indeed, .yes." "They miiKt have needed an inter- "She talks golf ball." nd ho talks bane- AFTER A SEAS Ing and gene name of. Canada has'been kept well to the fore by the Britisn press. Mr. Borucn appears to have made himself exceedingly popular, and as a gentle- man in the iloratian sense, TK> doubt. Homeward Bound FTER A SEASON" of speechmak- nenil junket ting the Premier si Cansda ;s ward bound. Whether the visit of the representatives of the government to j made a good impression on the Brit- Great Britain will prove epoch-making j ish populace, particularly on those fco far as the coutiirv is concerned it lmve beyoild tlie cowhoy conception of this country which ex- n.ll be difficult to Judge, .mill Mr. uts OTme Borden divulges the naval program The Premier has likewise been he set out to fashion in consultation greatly impressed with the coniiality with the authorities of the British Admiralty. If any practical plans have ueen evolved with regard to .These, the secret, has been well.kept, .and the Dominion will await with Jn- rtercst the- tat ing tJss ss.nits. whatever the practical re- sults may be, thp visit, will indirectly prove a good iidvertisemeM for Can- the awakening ol Intcre.-it ii IIRB'aroused "'in the Old Country. The of the welcome extended to him, nnd the hospitality which has been ed him from all If anything 'was wanted to accentual-} and pre- serve sood reeling which exists iitnSvetMi tin; MoUmnami t.'an.idii was nothing missing on either fide, to furnlyh means for perpetuat- ing It. Now nil we hoW for is thai ilic Ki'eiil Imperial problom, so far as the navy id concerned, will be tack- THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Wei! Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeitii 'MONEY TO LOAN.. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR-ANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C.P. R. Agents Phone 1343 The Summer Vacation 40 weeks' anticipation. 10 weeks of bustli-ng preparation. 1 to pack and reach the station. 1 of final realization. 52 Simply Couldn't Help It 'Hovr's asked the under- taker of tbe banker. announced the man of n nance. "That's exclaimed tbe un dertaker, from force of couver "World. Advice With a String to It Two youns men of short imquain- nee were talking together when Oeoi'ge, the older o'f the two, became, suddenly very conlidential. I am much bothered." he saiii. "f can marry a wealthy widow whom I don't love, or a poor girl that 1 do love ntensely. What shall I do "Listen to your advised his "and marry the one you love. are right, my friend. I shall marry the girl." "Then can yon sive me the widow's George Had Confidence slid called -from the top of tho stairs at 1 a.m., "wjiat t this time? Did your lodge meet or was it necessary for you to stay Jn town to discuss business with some- Liody who had to catch ft midnight rain, or did you drop into the club ml get into a friendly liitle same I'ith some of [lie boys, or was it an extra rush of work at the He clung to the newel post for a moment, and blinking looked up at ;ior.' Then he endeavored to moisten iia Hps and said; i ".Marv. if didn't. i in you I'd think you were ions of I Record-Herald. REPEATING RIFLES Suitable for. any tut-of game. Made in all desirable .calibers and used and endorsed by hunters the World ovtr for hard usage, reliabilitytind strong and accurate ahoot- rifle will give better satisfaction than the Winchester. Winchester rifles tie sold by aJl'dcalert. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Tijtle Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or either valuables in one of these boxes X !'OR FtmTHF.R INFORMATION APTI.Y TO Branch C. G.-K. .Noorse. MCT. r--------------- U- Quite Right "They say that writers, :is n rule, live to a good ase." "Some of them have to in order lo get their money from payments on publication magazines." A Husband's Indiscretion nit t kind of a world do you think we'd have if theiv were women on the jury? .Mrs. my dear, the other day when a verdict didn't suit you 1 heard you say" you novcr could tell What 11! men would do. PHONE 471 if you li POST OFFICE 3OX98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION y your Wall Papers from (he Rcvlo Samples and Estimates promptly. The Revlo Co. and Decorators Avcnui South ;