Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETlinRTDOE DAILY HERALD LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD DICCMIIK x 1224 W A. BUCHANAN T. W. JOHN J252 molttif, bj 1 THl BAILY HiBALB FOR AT Hotii. G B A CO Al PtcfM'l O.: PInchtr D. L, Com Fwnlt AUc C. P. R. T-1E WEEKLY 1 rear In S iao-ith la Time in Its Flight T men all so old of u- hate been accustomed to imagine In the light ot recent it looks as It the real civilisation is onh jus' about dawning and that all the taism sen oi be justifiable but hat about thuc fine of on" sticking his knife into another man? Someone is lacking in a sense of pro- portion: impartiality 1s not the only, thing which results from- the blind- ness of justice. New Assessor Needed i Cam rose .Canadian) Tne Ponoka Herald in cpmnienUug on the single system, which seems to ]iaVe been disastrous to that town, the position ndiculous not not ue COnsiaercu ua uitr MUIULC u aione, and the reply Vre have i moderate tariff.'they the It the Canoervame leadm lots adjoining that the true fighting ground is aUacb other ot identitalh the same given' in1-favor- of free entry and following question; cheap one and i Incle Sam rece" proceed- to m a satisfactorv ralue for his money Than any other areat company or government has lor' yimilar work arted the canai iob a'a" expert who has studied 1 s iiews of experts It is worth lence the largest possible tt Jtg: foreign commerce from ihe Pan araa Canal, it make this inter overnmeuuuas 'ilu't the French] oceanic as free theshipn in 137H it Bed to bund fi and "at a cost of After ten years the companx which started it went plan t of are oceans uhich it will connect The only valid sure vic- tors.- The only mistake can make is championing high tariff. The da> for that is past. If an industry can- not be developed and maintained by a moderate tariff, the countrj is proh ably better without- it. value, one is assessed and thfi other at ?SGO." say in a case KkeHhat tlie town had better get a refund on the assessor's salary. The fault would s-eenrto.be with the assessor and not- with" the single tax system. _ ......_____ reasons for charging tolls' are, firtL. 10 pay the cost of operation, mainten- me cufiiyiiu v LUUH 3L.ii icu ii. i> 1.1.v --bmkrupt hi.ing spent J...O 000 000 I anc-e and interest and excavated about 66.010.000 yard- of earth ard rock, uiieie ;iam has heen on the job leas than eight years, and at the end of last February he .had taken our ovor 'iSO.OOu.UOO cubic, yards of solid matter. He has heen able to use a littVe less than yards of the French cutting, and has tmtv a iota! excavation all told of a; little, more than cubic investment and second to protect tfce iranscontin- railways from the competition of a free canai. free canal. St a conservative es- timate, based on the data ol trade ex- 'perls. carry in the first year more of the products of tlie United States than a toll canal, an ___..... equal to receipts of tolls re- quired to cover operation and intfcTest yards with something Uke i :er --vs vet. to die The average cost has! years, without even counting ihe nat- been a yard, in contrast to ,be growth from year to_ year, the French cost of.J4.OOv This, however, increase for that period will pay for 'will b" cut'down, betore th. j snlire origina! cost of the canal remaining portion is completed. i and libara! on th. investment. Ml this his been done hv "watch- j or SISO.QOO.COu. another way, the corners.11, notwithstanding iwii; VrMrt SlateE deljherately thai .the employees receive, bigger throw away an.opporhmlty tn.ncreaae wages and longer vacations ,han Tlhe salfl-.oflit, in on earth. Wherever possible labor ['-ten years.iil order to save has'been saved'hyjhp use of machin-i in r 'The System' of -accounts .shows! -And further: just what everything roata, down to appropriation of tlie lifting of a pound of.'sand ar.-.1 to operate and maintain the cana1 rock, and to the ever." yard of concrete.. H the .concrete in one division of, the 'work is costing more i than, that' of another. Uncto Sam knows it, and his books show just hosv much Ihe cement anil sand in ench ;yanl of that concrete cost. The cost of excavation per cubic yortl is lisured out -10 the of a cent and variations'from nfonth to inoiilli Me estimated. When, all the' money, time, labor and the assumption, of its own inter- est are a small burden to the I'nited States government ccnipaVed to the entire annual budget of for-the maintenance of the govern- ment, hut a'direct annual tax of 000.000 on and tonnage is not oily a heavy burden lo traffic, but lo.ss-of and more, eaeii year, the coinmerce of_ ihe United Stales'.' 'A free canal, in addition to In all me money, nmui ,u mil coticera spent on the caiia! are I creasing tlie commerce. the United TT'S a well-known say- ing among the well dressed men. "If you want to .see what's, really go to the Fit-Reform; .-wardrobe." May we show you all the new fail styles Fit-Reform fall suits'? Mc-KELVlE McGUIRE, THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeith INSURANCES OF ALL KINRS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR ANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C.P. R. Agents Phone 1343 Religion and thr Navy (Victoria Times) One clerical cummeutator wants Great Britain IB have a, navy-strong enough to Ijeat Germany on the sea, because, he says, Great Britain is the backbone of Protestantism. There are probabh more Piotestautb in Oei many than in Great Llrltain ami. more Hainan Catholics in the British Em- pire than in Germany's possessions. The backbone of Protestantism may not bo wnere the commentator thinks it is. pof a joke; In England ist a little brickbat, Just a little pane, .lust ;i little suffragette Back in jaif again. "makes Nearest Ma" 'What said the teaclier of tho class in natural history nearest approach to man The timidly ventured the tie boy with the curly hair. Savfs and Instances .know, a bird in th hand is worth'two in th-e bush." i And a bin! or- th costs more'n a dozen in the hand. -OF CANADA T.I.I A Joint Account in the timou pf Canada is the best place _. ______for tlie family funds "Hither of two or more persons can deposit or money as desired mien in tottu a -very comeniem nt .In case of death the mthout any legal formalities 'Ask-'the Manager about the surv this foim of Account. BRANCH SrVASSV-'LAKE BRANCH G. R.'-TINNINOr Manager. A, BRANCH, f w n su tc. Aiways His Opinion 3 woman collects, a lot of odd shipcd miscelHm she calls it m tittup ftfien jTiirflara steil it the po call it Iqot but the bus culls it junk 'Original Joke Mamnn Uimi I am a 11111 will all ray hair so through, the topVoT head and jilr nn clmi like 'GrnmiiMi's' j to Get There said i lenipcrance After looking iron Founding Pal e uere- out for a Milt lilcked 110 an 1roil tingi- it it for some time he vj Prsnuptial Sacrifices "And you are going to give up amok ''Certainly." yon will resign from all "ThinU, dealest, if there is anything else you can give up." "Well; forcne thing, I give up the _idea of marrying yo-u" I'ttirer the saioons npie at the botlom Bea what would be the tame no" 'lie lit tJe red nofaed ni in in thrt orn asked made H. Ins how it beeiL brought up in if >ou don t know tLit -Sure saldjjal The Difference When the young Prince Tsui Too was at. a fashionable lunclvaoi: in York he sat beside a lady prominent in a rich and rather1 fast set. 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