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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: L15TITBKIDGE .DAILY HEKALI) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EMTAnl-IHHKU OKOCMMKW Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Pubilnhlno Co.. :.td., lawful at Its office, Sixth jtraei, UlhbrlilBe, Alaertn, Oin. W. A. DlrocUr and Editor. PHONE: ______________________ editorial, Renortorlal, tnt News 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION Circulation Job Oepts. C monlhs. by nion'.be, oy old rtar, delivered........14.00 G months, delivered.....12.00 E months, delivered.....11.00 3 month, delivered.......25i Addresses changed AS often as desired, but both dresses must bt- Klveu. WEEKLV HERALU Publlshtd every Wf.dnesday lu eight or moro ncil contilm J iummary of ths news ot tbo wneii, local and d.i.rict- 1 yenr ID advance t Jooutlil, in Ddraact ....'IlJ montJu, la THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT C.-oit Drui Book Siore, J. G. Robert. son Co., Jackson A Cope, Alexjindrn Hotel, Young t Co.. B. W. Hamilton. 'Plnbher -D. L. McCres. M Book Co. Fernle. 8. BeaL. Medicine Cranb.-cok, 3. llelnocko. Diamond City Drug Cc. Vaneouiier, 3. 0. World Wide News Co. ft Brows 4tli St. Jamieson News .705 Itivurside Ave. Also'cri life. P. R. Trains. DURING the election campaign, W. A. Buchanan will not be asso- ciated with the editorial work of The Herald, which will be con- ducted by other members of the staff. Macleoei's Choice ACLEOD LIBBRALS made an Uacleod. has stated that he believes professed in desire. .Vow thai their ll tariff act. That. "Ihe moment II did wishes are iiiMth'ied, and their raiiKsfw. tliose Kehediiles In-come op- Ijml.tMi. there ;iro secret j enulve, iieeorditu; to urn1 liraeiiee, in ivilli niueli iiunliim'is uf heart. the custom houses. Tints roniproolty Ihifj are not so much on the popuh-.r j would into e.ffecl Instantly on this, side oi" tiie fence us they Iniiijiined side, 'rhen the nee'd hnt when .supported by tjie company o.V proclaim the congressional aeliednleii t'lii1 another. j in' order to put them into I Comlm; lo the realisation of lliis ls 'ieserlhed us "to simple, Icnmvlodso they are anvlotls lo cnver lint hinv about til- [llie delusion by scekins refupe In j of Hie poo That word is ;is M'U' to vo'ce their opinions, let alone iiiiu-li Messed to liiem as "Jtesuiin-! Ihemselyes? Tills Is n n-iiB to the old we all have example of Tory inconsisten- licard of. U has a virlne. H I "mv an "act of tyrinny" is soinp lo he a sort of solden liridse vvhich wolll'l .bc' lho "rsl lo cover llie, distaste of defeat, and sliontY I'nrlliunents'do not last for it will lie played for nil It b wmtli ls :i when the pen- lo sidetrack the main issue. i I1'1' appealed to. If there- The party lias so! its blind eye on the truth of the motives fhev ascribe Government not. to fur as preventing a Itedistrihmion u, tH, consistent, to have allowed the IMll bcinp pulsed before election lime.; measure lo pass, allow the Govern- it. Hnd only it. is to The tar- ment, us they, no doubt, fi'i-vently lies iisod have iu'cn such ilutt tho. wK-di, "to stew in its own p.nd Government had no other aitermttivo then t'oino 10 the with, nc- i tluiri to to noopU- at once. How ronliiip; to their views, U'.e ropnttlion aro [ho nn-nihr-rs of -his of i lie bill tarnishud? Why -did they 1 -.irty. ;uul how 'o foist their not so help towards the ronsuinnui- own ffars on to ilu> I.ihenil-s: tion of their own The obvious 'ilirouijh their :uni in reply i-un onlv bo thai to them the j tlu-ir public i present time is more opportune. Tho iijiic tho Laurier Lovrrnmt'nl has position tn aide lo ralso a ---cine apprehension to (he piipti-! j-.isue is soniPthint; innrp enconr- lar of iiu> uacr at'it-r it ayint: to grapp than to meet the in-.iin j has lioen in onrnviion for a little time. issue when tho results of itsi triiij1] They ursro that it couitl liavt? liroiight i will have brought to the people the! in jlit1 agreed Canadian as i of n, far-sighted policy. FOR SALE Splendid Trackage Property 125 x 125 feet, alley two sides and close in. For price and terms apply at our officer V "v. 100 x 125 feet business block site on Dufferin Reasonable price and terms Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 POINT OF VIEW the matter with slogan for Jlagraih ami the Chinese ft is a dandy, (pike in keeping with the facts. A for vote "for i gruatur reciprocity Canada. excellent selection when they elfility-fivc per .cent, of the, electoral chose Dr, the mem- ihat constituency are in. favor of for Pincher Creek in the Prov-1 reciprocity, the chances of the Lib- (incial Legfslature, to uc their caiuli- i canditJate look mighty good. Dr. 'Sate forthcoming election. He Warnock knows the constituency well not only very popular, but he is a j and veterinary surgeon, also ivory able man, fully qualified to: largely .interested in farming anil serve the people as their he is thoroughly conversant the affairs of tho people whose Thirty-eight bags of .catalog j came into postoffice (his The Conservatives wanted an eiec- j week from one departmental siore Winnipeg'. pays for the pub-J tion and now they are sorry thuy it. TIKI.1 sorrows are just boj; .tire in the House of Commons. The '.people of Pincher Creek district have suffrage he seeks. He is a good mail him for years, and the longer with a good cnnse, and v.-jl! certainly know him the more they respect ;'be elected by (he good people i'and trust him. As the candidate of i Maclecfi constituency, yhether his oj> Liberal party; Dr. Warnock stands ponent be (he late member or soiqe reciprocity, and as John Hfrron. one else more, in, harmony the the retirins'Conservative member J anti-reciprocity party. Asquith s Victory for the People A FTER tho greatest constitution- erono fill lesats wath fight since tiie of the jith in its con J in with the House ot T ords the of the people to itile tli rosehes The 'House of rliords, after putting "up tiie strong- 'esi opposition that has ever been 'given to any measure in the hisioi iof British parliamentary last gave way and subraitte-rt them- to the fate that 'the people jidecreed should be ilieirs. of the Parliament (feorgie, and it1 "is made impossible for the i the Liberal House of Lords to 'block legislation that the people have elected the House of Commons to pass. A few hundred 1 hereditary peers will no longer be able to overrule the wishes of ten times as many millions of the peo- ple. Never again will he seen the of the 113 ling at mu0ht the of the people snch matters as_ were legfe'tuted on fhe firaous "budget b ou0ht b the lion J eoi Chancellor of the Exchecnier; The great body of the people will here- after -he able to say how and to what extent they shall be taxed, and the hitherto favored few who are best able to hear their, share of tax- ation, will not be able to shirk i.heir duty in" tni-s respect. Asquiih, Lloyd the other members- of party have achieved a great victory for the oeople, with their assistance. The names of those; lenders will go down in history with those of Peel, Russell and Gladstone as the champions of the masses and the benefactors of the nation. HHHE CONTRACT for the construc- X of the first section'of the Hudson's Bay railroad has been let, and work will be starte-il on it at once, the successful tenderer, .1. D. McArtbur, 'being ready to get at the work without any delay. The con- tract for the-balance of'ihe-line will ba let' next year, and the year after should see the line almost'if not completed. It cannot be built too soon to suit...the.people of the West, end it is 'good news for them that there isv'a-rprospect of the outlet to 'the Bay being an accomplished'fact In such a shott time. The Conservative leader and bis echoes have seen fit, to criticize the govern ni their alleged delay In getting the line built., The criti- _cisin, howeVery 'is not juat. While there hasHbeeh for many years more or. less talk about, building the road, the real tleinftnd for it is of compar- atively recent date. Before anything definite could be done, it was neces- 'fiary to do a great deal of preliminar; work. There has always been, and a difference of opinion as w the feasibility of using the Hudson's Bay and Sfrniis for commercial navi- gation. Men in the lead in scientific, anil oxpoi'ieuce said the. scheme was not practicable, while oth The Hudson's Bay Railway ment felt Justified in undertaking the enterprise, (here was tiie selection of the route to be used. The terri- tory to be traversed has been practi- cally an unexplored region, difficult of access ami equally difficult to work in. The surveyors' task was, therefore, a difficult and tedious one, and up a lot of time. The gov- ernment has gone very thoroughly into tiie matter, and ure now in c position to have the work rushed to completion. Had they not been so careful and exhaustive in their invest- igation, the Conservative party would, have been the first to have- criticised j the government for being too hurried, for going into the enterprise without sufficient data, etc. This was the! course they adopted when the gov-' ernmont promoted the Natlonnl Trans I continental railway scheme, although lication and mailing of these? The 1 people who do not buy at home. The j home merchants save thai expense Buchanan supports reciprocity; Mr- j and the purchasers set the benefit. yrath opposes it. Reciprocity is the j the issue. That in brief is what The Liberals of. tbn .Medicine Hnt whole election in ibis constituency constituency sincere in their ex- i amounts to. The choice is easy. pressiun of confidence in the honesty probity of Lhc Hon. Frank OH-j The city schools are to be congrai-' They firmly, believe that if Che'' ulated tin the results of the depart- j Opposition -had not forced the election mental examinations. Eighty-three imiil after the -.MoGillicudily charges per cent, of the candidates were sue-' had been investigated, die minister which is a very good averagui would have been completely vindicat- tndeed. While h is not right to judgo ed. -i: the work of the teachers by aij! iuation results alone, it is really the; The directors of the AgncnHimil only way ihe mihlk1 have of men stir-! Society do well to make useful ing the work accomplished. j plang of tlle The new numbers of ,the standards j Umt wiu lo the city W In the schools is due to a j tho fnir.. 'There is'no doubt) made in the ctirricnhmi. "The depart-! hut what'the attendance from outside f ment acting on the .adyJce of the ex-; the city this year will be far in exi' pert committee they asked to h-ivo. cess of that of any previous year.! hosen from the educational The accommotbtlon wilt be taxed ev tion of the province, has made the; en if the keen open house for high school course one of four years i visitors. The provision ihe instead of three ami eight" in' t'ho i i'.ro trying to make, iibwever, will takd j -3 public school instead of five or six i care of the crowds unless they passim- counting the second parr.of standard all expectations. No outsider nccdl.i VLUitbe session which will follow thi and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 I. as a year. Tim whole course, pub- ic and high, is now twelve stand- stay away for fear of not getting place to sleep find eat. The directors jectlolls- SJr will look after everybody. Th'-nk Nominated 3 Winner (Calgary Albertan.) The nomination of .Mr. A, Buch- to power, will not fail lo have the _ ngroomont ralificd by Parliamoni, nnd I this will mean an increviSG in tliG price j Struck the Wrong Crowd R. Hsportar.i j of boans ami ]icas of fifty cents a Premier JlcFlrido is tad; iiorao at i bushel Victoria apain. He says tlwt "Britons I urn opposed to rwip'rojlty." This! "K ls tho reminds ns of a delegate to a receir. 1 indicates Hint the farmer will convention, whoi remark j Sfit increased prices for his products ed on his return that the people of the United States were stfonnly op- ie el- Why? returned Kecbrd-l-ler.ild.) "I'd mther have three men and u bottle of Ink a move- j says the Nebraska philoso- a liall full of.people and of beer.7' StHMKl doctrine; "bu tfiree sober men? why bother the It just 'rt I mix witli. anan, M. P. P. for Lethbridgc, to con- to temperance. test the Federal riding of -Medicine "ends on what crowrl y. Hat, practically means the redemption Admit Lauriers Victory of that riding. Mr. Buchanan will win ('Stratford Beacon.'} on the reciprocity issue, .Mr. very good pointer on the real op- grath made the mlsiaUe of his life 1n1 llllon Conservative party as I jr ,i_ _ and to the high tariff leaders of of ,lhc otnDer 2i, K to he found in n circular htg party and ttirntn? his pack Western Canada. Tiie farmers of his riding are solid for reciprocity, and .Mr. Magrath wiU jearn on September 21. that it i3 poor politics to play for favors against the interests of his constituents. Air. Hunhanan is a clean man, a Bright, representative Canadian, and has the arldfd asset of immense personal popularity. The Liberals of ihe riding of -Medicine Hat have selected the man who vill there was not nearly so much Let. every man do his Mir'share sitj- for exhaustive investigation .in nf the work? am, on September 21, it tli-jt case as {here 1ms heen regarding the Hudson's Hay Railway, for the rea-sous staled ahove. Doubtless some small Opposition journal or pnlltlclon with the ens- toniary sliortmomory will say that tile government announred the award- ing of Ihe contract af. llie present lime .in order Hint its influence might be felt, in the election. But the public will vememher that Ihe lender: ers of wiital rani; claimed llial It was. 1 called for wlisn the government It. was, therefore, necessary for tho no espeolalion of an election for at. most government to make the haustive enq'.iiry into this matter be fore determining wlial to do. Thin could not he done In a week nor a least, another year, -And having .called for tenders and sot (hem. tiie only for Diem tn do was to award the contract, to the most satisfactory- year. Tnil, too. when the jrovern-' tenderer. The Excuse is Ready mandate from the no0ple for brine- ing- In Ihe niMsure. and (hat tin- niu.s- ilon should he left H, the elecKmue I'.y a .system .of olra.irni'llon. and a liy Hie ,'oilte of each olhor In the 'it1 havo loudly expressed Ilielr opinion j Ottawa, Ihey have that the Laurler Government had noj lo the Issue which they BO valiantly THAT tho parfy opposed to reci- procity anticipates at the polivj la evident from Hie fTfiiiso already fashioned lo ciivi'r -The meniliers of this..party rerenily sent, out by the canning com- bination of Woslcrn Ontario to the wholesale grocers of the Dominion. I poetic when he says: In this circular, which hears the sig- .Hear ilnotypcr, be it far reciprociuy, coupled with a con-fesBibn that, the Conservative range a again dnnnied to tf Just for a Joke j j. j i Poetic A distinguished bard conveys formation in a tone that is will he W. A. Buchanan, M. P., and a idorious victory for reciprocity. nature of two men who were Conser- vative members of the House ot Com- mons recently dissolved, this Hlatc- meni. is made: "The reciprocity agroement'between Canada and the United .States will very probably be approved by ecf.onite on September L'l at. the Sonera! .elections, i( is of the great- est importance (hat whnlcKfile mer- chants should secure full siipplic? of canned beans miri peas, because at. From ite, thy perfect peace to ir.ur, But this is Dutch for motorcar: "Suelpaimlazloonderspoonvegpetrol- lyiing." Definitions During the recent stjunbblG in tho School Board in Hultfinore, which re- sulted in the ousting of Superintend- ent of Education Van Sickle, charges were hurled hack and forth with ihe utmost of which was incompetency of thu incumheni. THE RED CROSS TABLET Tlipso wliinli nyo innile ospccinlly for iis, conhiin I'ino.sl: nnd nrc made in the ftiffcreni yixes nnd slvlo.s, nnd sold only hy us. JPiyo Foreign Linen, Grecijin lloixi. Smooth Ivory, Kcnniare Linen, Liberty. In luro'c nssoi'inuMii a I on hand. The Red Cross and Book Co., Ltd. PHONE 555. THIftD AVE. JOUTH. Honeymoon Over It was .Mrs. Voungbride's first pium j pudding, _ and her husband. ftfter a I single taste, Kiirl down bis vtpoon. "1 wonder why they call (his plum she remarked, "when there Isn't- a plum in "1 rather responded, "that the original' name was for the dictionary defines that'word as a "little mass or .weight of lead.' A Poor Proposition Frank A. Munsey, the well known publisher, is noted among his friends as a close reasoner. A New York reporter submitted re- cently to Sir. MUIISRV, a proposal for! a new magazine on novel linen. Jlr. Mun-aey proved in a closely-reasoned argument, that this magazine would fail. Then, in conclusion, ho said: i "Or, if the did pay, it would pay so IRUe flint its publish- ers would be like an "editor lu the neighborhood of my native Mercer. "Netfr Mercer, Maine, lived an ed- itor who once printed in his woeKi. paper this editqrial announcement' The term politician was first used in France ill J5HO. Tho of sui- cide was that-of -Sameon In. 1120 B; Walter painter, and engraver demonstrated' such skill in tjie por- traiture oE Scotch lowly life that hp was known as the Teniers of Scotland! He was 'horn in died in 1837. SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED As a proof for thin charge definitions "'I.n view of the f.ict that w< .supplied by school children in the j unable .to pay the road tax of a course of their lessons were submit f.-' ses-scd against us, we have been sen- ed. They are certainly not. without tonc'ecl fo a period of confinenlenl by interest and are hereby nppended: (lie authorities. t.bero Slafefllly is taking care nf n stable.! wi" be.no issue of this paper for the A mosinnlo la a child of ncxt month; 'as lhc stnte wl" white parents. i hnve Iloard IIS- Wft fiRiire that we Monastery is a place for monsters. Tocsfn is something to do with gel- ting drunk. Expostulation is having the smalli pox. Cannibal is two broth cm who killed each other in the Hible. Anatomy is the human body, which consists nf three parls, Hid head, lhc chftit mnl the The licit (i contains the eyea and hr.iins, If any! The rliist ccnfafns (lie lungs and a piece of Iho liver. Tho Bliiinmicl; la voted lo- of which aiv fivo. c, I, o, u, and sometimes shall come out some Washington Post. AND PERTINENT A tloe and buck were found in E, aw.amp near Newark, N. J., on March U, 1S01. An eavoHdropper was trird in Ponnsylviinfa court in March, ISIS, an dfound guilty, r w ami y. Juan MsssiPii, living from 17 Til ISIii, wa.s director of tho deai'.uiiitu Rtftute nt Lille, Fnsiici'. lit- ed extraordinary logical powers. to This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, T suffered from a fe- male weakness ami stoniacli trouble, to ihe store, to get a bottle ol! LjrHa E. Pink- bam's Vegetable- Compound, but the clerk did not want to let me have it- he'said it was no good and wanted mo to try something else, .but knowing all about it t in- and finally got Ifc, and I am so glad I did, for it has cured, me. "T so niaiiy cases where wo- men have cured oyLyclia E.IMnk- Imm's'Vegetable Compound that I can say to every suffering woman if that medicine does' not help her, there is nothing that JAXETXKI, 2003 Arch St., Chicago, .111. This is the age of substitution, and women who want a cure should insist upon Lydia K. Pfnklmm's Vegetable Compound just as this woman did, and notHcceptaonietbirtgRlsoon which tho druggist can maka a'Htlle more profit. AVornon who arc passing through this critical period or who nri! Hiiflforinp from anv of those distressing ills ctiliar to'tbeir sex should not lose sight of Urn fact Umt for thirty years Lydia K. Phikliam'a Vegetable Compound, which is made from roots and herbs, lias been the standard remedy for fe- male ills. In almost every community you'will -find wliu havr be.Hii rrstorwl to hftnlth Jjydla Ji. Pinlfr haul's Vegetable Compound ;