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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI: DAILY Tlnifsiliiy, 28. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTAiLISHEO OECEMIER 1W W. A. Minting OiriCtor T. W. Manatlnj Editor JOHN Builnetl Managar by.Th, Mtrald Publlihlnj Co., LW., lawful .v.nlnj it lit office, Sixth Hthbrldjl, AlbeiU, Can.-PHONE: i iilioiiclliQr, foiir or five member n the I'cdlBli'ibulIpn. In tlio .Maritime provinces near j POIN Only tln-ce more duVs, 1911 mve passed into hliiury, With tile [Hissing of 1911 cfines mul (he your ot oppovtunliv. for I.etli-brldge. Don'! wftrry aliout l.etlibrldee. Invest n elite. They are us secure as the -.rest gold. EdHorill, Advtrtltlnj tUfrrtarlal, and circulation and N.W. o.pti J224 i OAlLr- SUBSCRIPTION 6 months delivered 12.00 3 months delivered1 jl.lio 1 month 'delivered Addresnes' changed ns often as il dresses u THE WEEK published every Wednesday JD cil summary of the liews of t 1 year in advance H.tit) j t> momhs in advance 75c, j THE DAILY HERAL Hcd Crosi Drug Book tore, .1.0. Robertson K Co.. Jackson k Cope, Alexandra Drus Store. Macieori Young Co., R.W; Hamilton, Plneher B. ,T. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Westialie Bros. Cardston Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. C. Percy montaa, by mail 1 month but both new ana old uet. 'UQ giveu -V HERALD lit or more met. and contains le local district 3 month's in advuiica D FOR AT Mtdlcine LM. Nortlmm Cranbrook, B. BeatUe t 'Atcllinson. 0. U lleliMcka. Diamond Diamond -Is sure io receive generous consideration in tile railway pro-srmiime of the next two. years. Gel n rislit from the stnrl. Ciirdsion is tile next town to become a coHl'miuiug centre. The immense wealth or this lilstrk-i could iicrdly be expressed in figures. The Hoard of Trade should persistently advocate a better set-vice on __ B. C. World Wide News Co. Minneapolis Brcwu fe Brown. il n 4tll t 70S Riverside Ave. Also or dry-fHrminp congress, rai way UevelopiiiontB. anil double Iho a mount of bulldlug. Alt need t> round out tho vision is the assurane it bumper crop. Tl- OiHwii government lias ap-i'wsre men of'business experience who pointed ;i partisan commission; had never been known asf partisans, to investigate the spending de-jThey brought in a report which testl- piirtrnentti, which is -an indication that ficil to their fearlessness and scrup- n partisan is re-j utous The report was port, that will enable vacancies to be the basis of n searching iiuiuiry by f 01 Tonc-is. The members Justice disclosing many tins rommission are A. B. Marine, K.! instances of petty graft by officials, C a Ton tiudfdate on two as a result offenders were dismiss and a Tory always: R. S.fikT ami, radical reforms introduced lake i 51. P., during- the last j one W which was the abolition of the two parliaments, and E. N. Dnchamie, patronage- list, 'a Montreal Tory. Compare the coin-j It ougbt'to be evident to every fair e three important subjects which i Premier Slflon looks us of Inter- f.1. cat In this session of the legisjti'.ure. They arc all of some importance, nud as yet -Juive net. heon criticised very much by the opposition.. of this (.-wnmission the commission the- late Liberal govern- ment npjin utcd to investigate the mii-r me dep-i tment. The commissioners, Courtney, Fyshe and Bazin, minded citizen thut partisanship is the dominant idea with the Borden government. Their sole idea is tq reform the civil service by getting rid of Liberals and appointing Tories. Offensive Partisanship THL STATEMENf" was made the other day that when the Liber- a'is came to power in ISSfi'they cut oft the heads office-hold- ers n his listrict. .Nothing could be further from the truth. No office- holders were removed except by death or i .not forced resig- nation there are 'men government positions today In this district who held them prior to 3SOS." The Conservatives can't excuse :tliomsolves by simply doing a; that they the Liberals (lid. If offensive partisanship is the basis 10 lismtBsais no one can aeT'ously object. That has -been considered a reason for dismissal by provincial and Dominion governments in the past, and it might even be by mun lei pal councils. "When a in an accepts a position as a public servant, be should leave politics In the last municipal campaign in tills city, prominent officials openly campaigned tlie mayoralty candidates. Off to a Sad Start (Kdmoulou Satur'Uiy News.) Evidently the same man names the new towns for the railways as christ- ens the Pullman cars on L'asteru lines. Here is an assortment that the G.T.P. recently announced: Keystown, Arch- ydal, Forgray, Rowletta. Lindstroni, Eskbank. Darmedy, Beloit, Steelman, and Doborah. Why not give the poor things a chance? jland traffic; when still later the Hud (son's Hay and Georgian Hay routes do j their share; when the fanners 'como forehanded and can afford to hold their grain until it can be ship }wd under leys pressure, there wfil per Imps be competition enough, and low rates as a result. Theso good re suits are, however, more or loss re- mote, and no government can hasten them. What would have elieved the situation would have beim L for part of the crop in ft ho Hates.. The Winnipeg people must reflect on the fact that they vot- ed in favor of the long haul and ag- ainst the nearer United States market for a. share of this crop.. The. Manito- ba, fanners are no doubt already think- ing over this. Two Consumers (EMmouton Bulletin.) Reciprocity was defeated and the markets, of the United States aro clos- ed to our wheat. The C.P.R. system is congested, and the Bay rail- ray project lias been laid oil the shelf, and the markets of Great Britain are ilosud ito our wheat. So wheat lies in our fields. Let us be consoled, howev- er. We still -haye .the "home market." Tbey.hail.no more-right to do so'than (The gopher and 'the sparrow are -with government officials, and "using the axe" is'the customary punishment.; The city council might set an exam- ple by cutting off a couple of ol' men who are more interested in pffi itlcs than they are In their work. Canada's Method of Handling Its Im- migrants (Spokesman-Review.) Canada's capture and handling of the immigrant offer-helpful ideas for the Intend Kmpire. Railways, commer- cial organizations, and common- weaKhs could profit by studying Can- adian methods. Canadian railways on the presenta tion of a Canadian la ml seekers' as Hociation order Cor a ficliet.i grant th lolder a. rate of a cent ;i' mile to ir and destinations ami a cent back ti .be boundary if he intends to retiui "or ihe purpose of final settlement Canada. These certificates are grant ed through tho Canadian goternment's office in a foreign nh The home seeker Having discussed his tiestin, tion with representatives "of. .Canada'a Take Your Choice They all the very best HOUSES- LANDS V room fully modern facing north, corner lo-t, items In 12-22, too acres place terms cultivation: all renceil; lots In Block US, foot K'iouni plow land, at f> room fully modern the per acre. Termi', tiilte In Ulverview, price --ousy terms. 6 room, fully modern house on Bruce price cash will handle, balance 1-2 Indulge, Block JG.Oiio. Ii loison Smith St. In Bloc'Ic Price and tvrniB, ujjply acres, witti 120 inuler unltlvntlon, 2 1-2 miles from Durons, 138 par acre, oiwy :i quarters near good town 8 room, fully modern o Htrlntly crop payment on ith Ave. South, lot 40 x ft. lu Illoclt caKli. foet with garage. Terms. Apply, our 1 See our Hat before witu 400 under cultivation, at '.a 'amp. Dominion Block Phone J'2 12 Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments A HaPPy Comparison 1 PI at tlie banquet tender him by the Montreal Hefofni u h tlie Hon. HmlolpUe Lem Minister of Marine and Fish pries, made a happy comparison. Al- luding to tlie reorganization and return to of the Liberal party undei Mi F aurler, lie remwrked -that Sir AVilfrifl wns aeventy, Gladstone seventy-two when rtimous -Midlothian he tindgrtook con- sequently-there was 110 reason for dis- noil ra gem em. The parallel is one which cannol. but strike the ordinary, observer, for there are points of sim- ilarity hefween the present and the statesman. It is sufficient to show thrvi age is not a deterrent in .carrying on the fight for political principles. That virility mind pro- B'erres a virility of body is apparent, from both leaders. Curiously enough, in quoting Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Lem- ieus pretty well outlined -the obstacle which the Liberal party in this countr have iu conieud against. "We canno reckon on the wealth of the country nor upon theMnfluerice, which rank am tvealth .bring. In the main these pow ers are against us, -for wherever there is a close corporation, wherever ihere is a spirit of- organized monopoly wherever there is narrow and section al interest, apart from that of the and.-de.slr.Uig; to be set against he interest of the people, there, gen leraen, we the party have, no 'riendship and tolerance to expe.cl Vifn.-a truth.and appropriateness the vords spoken decades asp of't- c surroundings, comes home today in .It. is another lender and nen, great principles nuderly- ng Liberalism are the same, and the numpham march of ..the. new order vill .be in keeping wiih that, with the old qrder 1ms progressed. Redistribution Will Make Many Changes population by i the Hill Census, warrants an increase TMP FIGURLS of (onstiluenoies show in a lucid manner how nnder-represenlei Western Canada is in the House of Commons, and how over represented, is Eastern Canada. AVben redistri- bution tftkeEJ place, many changes in Competition in Canals i Saturday Evening Progress on the Panama Canal is watched iu Bnglandj.with aa) ranch In- terest as in the United for very good reasons. Our government expects -to maintain the canal by col- lecting tolls from. the ships -that use it. AS England, far and' away leads the brond obtains accurate information from -the nearest hind office about a vailable homesteads for lie maj en-ter. Should the man be unprepared to farm, the department of immigration finds agricultural work for' him. Tlip department has homes for immigrants where they may stay two weeks gratis The farming employer who seek-j "Hands" must file information about liiiiiself with the department, which five years instead of three, lii maiiy other ways the government'plays the ip.rfc of a generous father set-tier who becomes handicapped by crease .the facilitiesi" of .that canal; but to lower the tolte, lii order that she may, like a good competitor keep b.is- nesa away from put- canal. K we don't lower our tolls Ihe com- Jault hls owu" petltlve business will Ko to SneK K G y for any kind we do iower our 'tolls-'English shir- to the immigrant, viH'get most of tlie benafit--uid o-ir Jones, of Winnipeg, canal will not be self-supponinir. al! ?C stat this unpleasant dilemma .we wonder vhether our government will not, tome a party to a conspiracy in re- straint of trade.by agreeing wit It Bna- and that b.oth canals shall maintain oils at a Kelfrsnpportiiig hus finally get iUeirindioted and sent o jail under the Snennaii OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 "Haven't yoii ever heard that pande inonium reigned0' Appropriate York Times) are .you going jalLyonr jjlay" Wicked Flee. try it 01 he dosf'' ments, makes ii. clear why piactic.U immigrants, at least .-horn are Americans, have entered 'anada this year. two members, ami Vancouver is likely Io Ition. liai-e .'the. extra representa- hi has now three representatives will likely pnly.lmve two, under redislTlbiition. representation will occur, and. manyfThe Jlurons are down to the point 'where two represematives will he suf- Ontario counties, now with two mem- bers, will oniy have nne. The unit of representation for the reillalrllnitioiwlll be On that ficient. Midrtleaex is in the same po- eition. If population figures are. strict ly adhered to, Xorihinnberlaiul Lnn- and Ontario will havo one mem- taais.thc -Medicine Hat constituency bcr !lwleai] Q; twa CQn_ has enough population al present in Ontario are warrant two constlltiencies. and theiijlow thc of representation as enough is left over to crcnnle half Brant, with nopu- ,another constituency. Cnlgnry- con- lBl1on: Broclcvllle, IS.5SU- Duf-Tcrin Voted for the Long Haul (Montreal Witness.) Another complaint of the oard of Trade voices a cry of pain from the interior of ithe country, be- fore-which a sovei-nnient.is powerless. It tells how fanners have reached the last point of their credit anil lira suf- fering privation of the necessities of life, while the wealth of-their fiV-'s lies in the In the eleva- tors, or dumped by Hie .side of the railway irack lirdefault of the means of forwarding it to market. There '7M POT a J slititeiicy, as at present, a sent -for a member for Calgary City, and the rural nopulution will go to- wards making a constituency along with a part of Medicine Mat constit- uency. Macleod conslituency has a lit- tle over tile remiired population for Dundns, IS.IIiii; Klgin, 597; l-'rontenac, 21.044; Glengarry; Grenvlllc, TltiMmand, Ilnlton, Kingston, 601; Kast Lamhton, Leeds, 18.201; Lentiox nnd Addington, Sputh Oxford, Peel, i-ns cct-pled with Ibis a somewhat fu- tile complaint againnt high freight rates. Ko long as the business ii far greater than tho existing railways can rarry, and so long as the: raihyays are be- to extraordinary means .to meet such e.xlgencies; high-rates will necessarily lie, as it were, forced upon them. the great transcon- tinental railwaya get fully under way; when by second harvest the Pan- ama route greatly. relieves the over- Eaeap- from Self-Injury said young loi kins, "oun cook wanls moie "Well, I should think she' would. I don't see hpw she can expect to keep her health unless she can afford Io eat ftt a restaurant. Ko charge is Hi, lnterpretation .Airs. Hornbeak (iii-the midst of liei goodness: What's thi; country coming to? Here's an article headed: "A Bartender to Every Two iSchool Teachers, Farmer hickory1 How them professors do drink! Just What He Would Like Please gimme a nickel, ma'am''' "Didn't I see you going out of a sa- loon'n moment 'I guess mebby you did, ma'am.' "Well, r reckon you are-not asham- ed -to own it.' "I don't it, ma'ain. J only wish I dlil oke An Old-Faihioned Woman- IPittsbllrg Post) "Why. did yoil get a divorce .from your "Well, r didn't the heart to feed him cyanide, although I notice a good many ladies are going in foi that now." Raining Pandemonium Press) "Bacchus was the ijod of who was tho god of "Pandemonium." "What do you mean'1' THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HA VI INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST q? SAFETY DEPOSIT 'BOXES ir you HAVE ANY TITLE DEEPS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OB OTHER VALUABLES SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE ,j IH'BltUATION To Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. Not in Time for the, Beat one member, while Kal Deer and Kd- .Stfulh Perth, kast PotVr" montpn have-enough for two. Out of Henfrew N'orth, Xorth Wei- 'iTngton, North York, Strathcona and Victoria combined an .extra coUBtituency will be warranted. .Saskatchewan will have of her, where it at present has ten soiilh, tlie combined population iloba', representation not melnDcra for but' Wlnnnwg likely to lu.ve two or XinlmlnB-will he entitled to at inor. mcmberis al the expense of tlio f' c tnial portion of the pio.mce ire llml ir sent HrltiBh Columbia h.is seven mem of should' hove ten ami ils ixiiiiilatinn. .iccoullng hi'-ieml of fiva. OiiinHo n-lil Office: Hull Block. Warehouae: Ford St. Teleohone 755 J. B TURNEY COMPANY WholetiK Hnihlers ALBERTA >fills Think It Over I muted Bronson to go to Maine Voods hunting, but he refused 'gered on and on on the ground that he waa too live "Too sensitive? I don't und stand.' "He said he couldn't stand bei na.de game What the The Sunday school teacher tilling her class about the wlcke( children mocking the good prophet and how two she bears came out ol and "ate up" over 4( ot (be wicked children, "Now -boys, she concluded, "what lesson does it teach "I aald oftc youngster. teaches us how ninny children a she bear can Transcript The Liquor Quefttlcm A Cincinnati man who heard tetTibble stories of, the.hish prices charged in New Vork nit used doubt- fully at. Ihe r.iil of a Ilroadway hotel bar. 'T-Iow much ;i drink of ;c tentatively. replied thc barkeep, sixInR fin tip, depends Home think tuHHpoonful ls: enotiKh, and then, some from stntfts want (JiTuU it out of a- j Wk.it a hai." WHB .H, mon- inquired'- the -polite' individual m clurge of the hats and wrgpa "It was a said ''the Am eric.) n, iniiBic was so good thai thc> liu "Alae1 exclaimed the at- When at Hal they [teittUnt, all th'e new have been roee to so'the New Yorker's hat wan'gone for half an hour York not t0 be found Jl'reas --New Yorker tells of a pleasant evening spent by him and a friend at u cafe in Pa tie, uheic the fare anj GILBEY'S SPEY-ROY PURE POT-STILU, score WHISKY It's ALL Scotch and ALL 10 old. HIM! HIMI-K ;