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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JL'ITE TfKRALn Tuesday, August 27, .irmBMDGE DAILY HERALD MTAILItMID MCIMMK 1124 :W. A. iUCHANAN T. W. BIMYLI Mintll'ii JOHN TONRANCe ArivtrtlllKf 1232 THl DAILY AY l TOUK K. W FUWter I 6l. I W Politics Shouldn't Make Enemies CANApA.js having from F E Smith, K G, M P, one ot the foremost members of the Unionist part} in England He is >nti en thing Lib- eral jet he Is a bosom friend ot Win- ston Churcmll They are chums, so ire told Narrow minded peoplq cannot understand meti.of site political Uewa, fight each other wmetimes bitterij in public life, ehouid be on Intimate terms person but it is_ a-common, occurrence Everybody Jtnowg that 'George Kulas Foster nas fitter'critic ofr the Launer nnfit, but personalh Sir Wilrnd Lau ner he uere the best of fneadb ot this kind could he related ihe column There is no leaboii politico should make men per sonal enemies It is onh when pei aie introduced ihe ppUticid-n that friendships Mfit broad man 'to the top in public life Ihp r rises tlie 01 a ward politician Garb for IDiike's Visit GUI COUNCIL, .md official i dom president of the Board of Tirade included. ehould gettms their Prmc- Alberts and hats brushed up tor the Duke'a MBit the, Calgan nabobs hsue sent out the intimation that will greet their Roial J-Hglwiesseb Jn tho attire fashion, authorities declare to be proper. f There are a hundred pei more of the silk hatted and Prince Albert Boated men m the uest todav than there In the year the present King made his memorable tour 411 the, san et In those dajs fashions in _the" eit ei e not follow fact pohucians n> fear ot Jhe of the and the dared not put ou eaotpui bf would lobe rins'pauieular oxuision at one public man a silk ftston.hi'! head was fearful that some true be so disgusted that he M'ouid use It as a iaiget foi through this part of Canada Scott was theu a memuei Premier of the House of Commons and lie told the stor; that nearly memhei of the Repna reception committee did not the proper attire Some had to Sorron' from local friends and others had to send out of town .ind loan the garb for the fiom men nho had brought this Idnd of a hot u4 cwt to the west and stored them i rifle shot hare changed since theu The made illV uat and the flock coat are co mou iights western cities at snj rate on the Sabbath day, and at mi paUaut teceptions and ueddings stjhsh and it con sldered justf impoitant to he on occaaiout, of this Mad al an I'rohllbly ovt'r to the latii Genornl Booth ciuno from Iho of the celebmtvd F'rtrrur, who citllod iiill) Kroiitost evt'iigelist since tlio Unit! of St. Paul. The fnrmcrs of XlgliUiiKHle. a com- munity In the Irrlentfd district uasi of I are 'iiKilcinji il ex- periment in uottuocs direct to Uto consumer. ULM'H'IJ nil ursuiiic'Ht for n market for l.cthbridKi'. It will oui ft chPilcB lo sol! direct to.llic housewife. Rnssiuio is grateful to R. B. Ben- nett for its -new ,pustofllcp and it is going to ask him to lny the corner Mono. K. B. promised .that town a posiorlice during, Hie Gleichou bye an of ta a pHn which WIE confide red obaowous. After the first experiences of donws- tic.iacoDvenienceBy those' who have .always used to- an array >of houMQolil belp, tbiugi "will return to the normal, and, aa Chancellor if tie Kxchequer playfully remarked natters ire by no weans likely to come to the pitch nihcn Her Ladyihip announce that she is jiot inf, it being cashing To the one merit of ithe Insurance Bill is that it jifforcfs means. of provision by. tae State for who .are prevented fronr ob- tafning the snoie througli the rigid rules ot health requirements in- aiited on b> and benefit discioles of eugenlfj, but must meet with the appro JH! sentiment ihe com Irjespectne of the that dnnger o-r beneht societies going bankrupt, which itaar'ded by such an insMtn the Stale, the contiibution of wolild be doing thip countn a nellnigh K Air niade the statement Uiaigod againit provided the spectacle ot a CauadUn 'de'hbernteU im'oimmgr the people of the Mother rountT} neailj halt of om cnueus hid iqted for. the sep- arauon of the Dominion tropi LJivat Britain. On his i el urn to Canadp >Ji llazcn should the first oPPQitumtj clean n ._......... ____ himsell iroip Hi four fence a week ensures benefit charge Until he r-laar nn no filendh looiety in the Unit- ne Panels in the position of ore societies generally. This may not. ap- another. Ganpafl') while the Liberal of the JvinydoA is expending But, M Mr Lloyd George xaid, this jpreal State subsidy his imposing ad I taxation upon of life In btead meat and heavj duties 1m and the cost is increased IB an important Hem to IB mind considering the and the fict thit those who will hene fit by it their In their con tributJouH, remoien it. In a great riuwsure, from; the accusation nf ex- one class for Uie welfare of ed Klujprtom-can The' matter of.. National. jutm-auce ;uius 01. ms by ocher nations, and is, the people of the ir ho the attention of those nho, nionr himsolf he merits the jrispnt do not employ the sjslem OUR POINT OF VIEW has slandered his coimtrx and thous nds of his before cannot eleftr himseH he merits the This is not ftnj matter cu pettj politics It il a niMttr ilffeoting the honot and. lepiitatinn o[ the peo pip of CanddH As such it demands attention. -r ______ _____ __ ____ their hirtueiKf felt to that ei-d If Uio eflfat snjs to on ih's G other topic, must "'think' as wi do, 01 ihe umU and of tiio Confedaidiion ,ire in it is -the east, which threatens, disintegra lion and not the west. It. is hoped that, the Colonist's re buke lead the nen and papiii> 1 itueno much rnpn in lecturing the of Saa'vdTchew-Mi dn'l Liberia on sectionalism and similar subjects to turn then (no'iahu upon then n ccure? io> a shoit tmir flttl" in l.-ospection might, do them rnd the country, too. Where the Dungir It (llegina Lender) Bocausc thej uerlina to accept tho decision gHen one election as ift ''fust per a lake To Act the Part- He va-} onij a jonng travelling salesman, and had not "been on road manv months When Iheiefoie, It chanced tluif. he found himself of fijnris he hardlj Knew course to -take. After much hard "thinking! he re- T''s increase- in ?tte is indicative ot the increase In the population o me heie" J But the nq 10 the appeal P.itiently he gutted foi the secona mall, but noth ing came. he tesohed to telegraph this time more urgentb "Vo mbney shill I answei1 Mm.sc befoie he had reached his hotel the had brought A replj Hastily the joung unfoitnn