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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKTDGTR DAILY T1KRALT) Saturday, Soptcinibei' 28, ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1S07 Published bv the Let evening at, Its office, Editorial, Reportopl.il 1224 h Street, Lethbndge, Albt'i W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. QUAYLE ManngirtO Edltcr JOHN TORNANCE Business Manager 1 PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 5CK1FT10N RATES .03 1 year, l-y mull S3. CO THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT -IV! Medicine M. v; ,i. tlobt-iTsnti CrsftbroaK. B. lien t tic At i.'1 L- Ivfiiie-.'fco Diamond Ci1 1 CO. Vancotivcp. 3. uy Mir. Spo! Br. B. C.-tVrcy Uoul. "Jiitttlej'on _.. .ui KivcwMc Avunu Als" on all C.P.R. irair Tho Kxliibttluit Hoard In the hole, isn't fair. YYo may soon have u i about. liiel lu now I Sum dined whh die Kins. I h be IctiTiiiMi vviiii satisfaction j (hat die is jUill tu be? around. II. H Men s to lining sensible volitbln but t-iin't admit iManiiuba Is aohij; to bo np-to-ihuo. t is adopting the design of Alberta or its parliament Imildmys. Kvery town south of t'nlgary .should a i! ex iii bit at the Dry-Rirwinjj: and, tho towns north should ojito too, Mention apparently thinks it jiht fcr tho C. P. K. to work i for his election and all wrong for the i U. T. 10 have assisted a Liberal candidate. Certainly. i Cabinet ministers have abandoned j their journey from Ottawa to tho 'west. I Probably they were afraid of run- ning into the grain blockade and not benij? able to back to Ottawa in iime for iln? opening' of parliament, (i is to he hoped the Loth bridge people will have the voice that cheers with thxMii when the Duke is here. If the west has u noticeable fault it is its people, can't cheer decently. Let Lerlibridse load the way in a formation of our habits along this In emlnnjivM' tho'Hed IVor paperV. positiuu as thy only real Tory organ in Alberta. lion, Kobert no reciprocity Canada. Lot tain answer li KogtM'ri says there is sentiment in Western is followur Air, Haul- cho wordy tittered A One Sided-Show A' uurini; the reciprooiiy T. TAveedie, M. P. P., in a recent address at Calgary vaxod indignant because Alberta has no voters' list. premier proposed a vc revs' of the Muniii'ac- ifacfunTrs c-ouvon- j ir Wat raised ovtrr i t" ut> purchase ci ,lircr3 Association r.ooh pooh? the stig-1 (em r.iijii'Ja the V. -rc-siiou of wider market.-? for the ihon farbcrs: It is a most insane stiirges- msiiiuiues ilia: i jatiii-s do tti? laturt? Mr. Tweeilie was the man who opposed it and said the present sys- ;vas preferable. Hie morning after his defeat in Uutohowan: "As far as f run see. ihe rt'i'i- prociiy was imu'h stronger than a good many people suppos- ed; stronger, I think, than ever the Liberals themselves believed. 1 attribute tho Liberal victory al- most entirely to the of i ho reciprocity sentiment, though I don't think reciprocity won Sas- katoon." K. B. Bennett. M. P.. took an hour oft from buying mil estate mid ele- vators to address a oi Cal- gary young Conservatives and de- livered u aiicooh In which nil previous oiTorls at vituperation ami. frothy abuse were left far in the rear. Mr. Liennett seems to have a following; in Ciilgary whieh grows emhusiusUc in degree as tho llorid tongued member spues out coarse invective and bitter attack. Mr. Bennett as an apostle of clean elections resembles nothing more strongly than Satan reading the Scriptures at a prayer There; would be quite as much sincerity in one as the other. A company with two or three oflice clerks as provisional directors is ap- j plying for incorporation under the j name "Alberta Pacific Elevator Com-1 pany, Limited." and is asking for power, besides owning ami operating grain elevators, to handle dwelling hoiiKOS, buildings of nil kinds, mills anil factories of many kinds, cold stor- age dejjots. lumber yards, coal, fivol j and brick yards, electric works, docks, i wharves, ships, barges, power to own j and sell ranch, farm and other Utnds.! J THE OWNERS OF RN Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 tian. Then he -es on to Tweedie j water powers, do coal mining and t must think the people have short j mine all other minerals, run eoke j memories. evens, raise live stock and a hundred' i j j ami one other forms of activity. In i reciprocity _ agreement wuh the est j The Ued Deer Xews refers to "thai fuct there is hardlj any form j Indies. ttny? because rhai rrciprc-j Liberal paper the Cal-1 known industrial activity in Canada and nave aM.ed diy agreemoui Uw imimifaoj Xewg Tbt? Rod Deer whiph is uot inplmleti in ,lle dliirjeri U sterns to be .-uircra 01 goocsj edkov must h.lve bwn holidaying! sousb'fc by the AUrerw Pacific Grain j sine? the Calgary paper Co. The in corpora tors are employees v. into those islands under favored -nit' u. iHiii-llnCini tl a lUiil. i terms in return for f.Ivors for sonv? :K i? an ngbi.to t.nn? in lamir irom of tropical of the [n. it- m Enlarg-jng markots for .lactsries, bur it is altogether wrcng I maniifscturers is to be commfitidej. ".for tai'.LTea: Ti.'.blif: to zsi. aiiytl-iog i Oil, c-ir-ainiy, enlarging markets '.froiii any couairy, even if ii i i'ur tue farmers who are raising more or Of ii it! iban Canatla or the mother country; 1 nil wtll for rlie nKsnriiaccnre-rs can consinne, or the railways carry. Let us .whisper m his ear that i of the firm of Bennett Lotigheert. j the Calgary News Telegram is likoly Calgary. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN Occasionally a laugh line bobs up Is this not proof hn tae editorial sunctuuis which calls tlx- forth loud guffa-.vs from the hard work- that The Dreaming and Act iut; and usually stern rulers portion of the ofiicu. column furnishes a t'ow of j This lis the laryyi: tmali TT 7 HiLK THE ot" the j tilt- city he is often forced to sacrifice bunch of. hens, assorted sizes and Finn Products it the lociil ruerchants are] sexes." Assorted is fair. of a lo- unable to handle it. The cry oi the consumer is he A street car we-.it off at a tangent b pay famine prices for everyday yysierday. Surely it never learned that The local merchants I'rlmt trick from any of the civic atith- forced :o shiv biiuer und eggs and j oriJiet-. Johnny tlie pernetnal, is with us once more, and along with'him his .ide-kicker. the 1 extreme patience to atich eltorts of ary scribes as the follow- "Ueing a prominent man. it is hard-] ]y necessary Tor me to declare my in-j ti'utions in regard 10 a pltiu'orm. j Kveryone knows it will be the strong-; esi platform it be possible to buiid. There will be some ne'w planks j in-ir, which will catch many i votes. A piiiciorm is sure a great' necessity when running for a public i cflice as nm doing, and I don't intent! to fall dnv.'n on that score. I believe j that I am capaljle of doping out about! a? good looking a public fooler in j this line as the next man. j son C. P. R. AGENTS Farms for Sub-division We have a choice section of ir- rigated land four miles from the city, capable of subdivision into five and ten acre market gar- den tracts, which should sell quickly. Adjoining garden tracts held at 5U5.00 per acre and up per acre will buy this section or any part. Very easy terms .SPECIAL TO-DAY We have been instruct- ed to sell 5 Lots in Block Q, having 50 feet frontage on Sth street and. 73 ft. frontage on 7th street. These can b9 had at .1 big snap a-nd will undoubt- edly tind ready buyer at the price. Act quick. Acreage for Sub-division 30 acres Immediately south and adjoining Henderson park. Undoubtedly properly sur- romidiiiK beautiful Henderson park will become Lethbridgc's finest residential district This combined with the small quan- tity of acreage offered in this location makes the above a very attractive buy. Prices and terms on application. We hfive a client anxious to sell Acre Lot No. US. Cash offers are solicited. LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE Opp. Alexandra Hotel INSURANCE OFFICES Phone 1343 S -The main tbing I wish to Impress j dttlicarely branded in silt letters a upon the unsuspecting ratepayers is fQcr high over the dashboard. that I am out for good government- government by the people, the people, and of the people, first, last. A few evenings ago the manipulator of one of these said gasoline vehicles made bold to take It out after dark. and all the time. Of course, after we, to call at his dnlec domum t-e ('ing-well j foT JL fg.v minutcs left the motor are elected we'll do as i he Situation in Persia i joad iUja. a I rsil'.vay i other anil and It iiir, time "us citizen, and a, 'urge taxpay- I er, he that he should ba. in on iiny thins; going, if not ho will j be much dUapiJohi'.ed. and will put lot of his bosom friends down for 11 liars. 'speaki-ig to lea eiisioms j ,-ie-----acribc. staled his poBklon thiri .'.e o? ihezc like thb. trim- t-toVm-n to "Vc-.s, after ran. and a j by my ijrht ir.ilt'.s. I 'o allow my nanu; to K" before but; yiociors, 1 havu at last decidud to nuiii'L'roiijj I'-rii-i my own in tits mat- ter a tin do sonio'hing for the welfai'e of on.r mir Much rircs-.-ure IIESS been brought upon me pleaso. but don't go and tell the peo- pl-e that. Inchlcntiilly we want a sub-. way, and paved streets, find a park, for and a few other Jittle things up our horizon, way, ami I think I can put them over if I make it. as I sure will: I want you to take particular notice that 1 am confident of winning, for I am a prom- inent and popular citizen. During my untied out in front. When the few minuLes were up he came forth to continue his joy ride, -but it 'was all off. The clitic wagon had strangely and mysteriously disappeared, as if by magic. A detail of plain clothes men, including the joy were out on the job on the double quick, ami although tlifiy hunted until desperate, no trace could be found of the much- wishes before i-bo pedple, and hope to; motor. The thief's neck would campaign I will take pains to lay my] tffust a Joke i for when die talks to daddy at h j he inquired. I KliV.abeth was wljse for her days. she World. His Long Run "I believe honesty pays i run." "So do I: but T often wish i not such a mighty Ions run." ilit- long Elizabeth Knew TTncIe Jack, who was visiting them riiiri-. in ;K: Sigbi roturn ior the arc- talc- tho same by sn'.ieres un- f'-.'iatf hore are iltoso- who will of iTic.ai icn. corner from every prospective, but j Qr ftf tiljs after a w-iilo be eels hardened, and can display as much -enthusiasm which 1 _____ he doesn't feel, as the perennial can-! didase himself. Did you over tlie old smoker get :i irer.tTrns dose- from his favorite briar, cuss, swear to cut the nas never made takiiiR this step, and did I not; and ilu-n ask for a match? think 1 iho bost man ior the i T would never yield '.o the touijHa-; Hack in the balmy spring ilnys, tion. The city is in need of ilio when a spin in ihc buzz wagon in the hf-rii uit'.-n available to "noicl down ihr-: L-veiiiiis made one feel that life was chnirs during comir.g! not such a burtl-en as it sometimes year of and if I elerteci. us! serms. ;he civic solons. sitting in I sliall be, I -.vciji'ity doliiicrali-ou, decreed that numb pump their hands as they were never j not have foP much if ILC j pumped before. This is the season! bccn but he was not. The for hundshaicing: Incidentally might) was sinnding serenely out buy a few drinks on tho quiet, whon amj vrrnthy that's iust beiw-ecn ourselves." I individual rose from the downy early The poor scribe hears it on every -u mornins. So far the penwtrat- for the Christmas holidays from the west, wished to talk 10 Elizabeth's father at his office. He could not find the telephone directory and so ap- pealed to Klizabeth for in- ding the telephone what does mother ask The Question said Upton Sinclair at a dinner in Arden, "is dying pur. In- ternntionaiisin is succeeding.-it. Today wo don't merely love our country; we i love all countries, "A veteran was training a band of. remiits. he 'said to a red-haired j, should a soldier he to die for liis j% "Phillips nodded approvingly. just what I say. cried. 'Why should ho, Washington Star. Cement Needs No Protection (Grain Growers' Gnidei note nn iidvertisement of thvi Koysione I'ortiand Cement company, of Calgary, now appearing in quire a numtier of eastern Canadion nowa- jiapcrs solicHinc: siiliKcrtinioiiri l'nr dish out the j oxploycea. who are lucky m) stcck. The ttrivortisemont point government j be supplied with benzino bronks, must I ,jle company has j.rnwrt; benighted not take out afff-r slairmoro. with 'hours. To this end thev bad them tonal within out at with raw mu- foct KO that there j v.-ill ho no freight rhnrpcs. The plant when comnlcled is to cosi Before seltinj) or shipping your grain consult JOHN KILLINGS CO. Gr.iin Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Letlibrldge and prompt returns all Hilly of Lading (JJllcc Alia. Phono Khnnld b the Dominion s nn iwrd of ii suti'ipient evidence lo vernmein that then- j duty on cement, :nul I.SALBKRCi ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE. SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN, 'OR A HEALTHFUL, INV1GOR, AT1NG DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MAL' HOPS IS USED !N MAKING THIS BEER. Wi A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY the Kdmoiuoii Port land Cement Co., Ili.'it its company. J H' mites of can mnnii- ccuicut m 7S couia jw barrcL LETHBRIDGE BREWING ANE MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;