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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHKTDGE DAILY HERALD July LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1OOT ublljlicd IHt ILalhbrldHt H.rald Publishing Co., '-M'.. wful .veni'na at Its crtlct, (Jlxth .itnut, Lotliurldns, Almttc, Cm. W. Managing [Jl'rMxor.'tilUI-SllHw. PHONE. Editorial. Reportorlil, tat Newt Dipt PHONe: ClitiilJlion ind >-ob Dep SUBSCRIPTION 1 'ear, dellrcrad I.'JTUM, .by; t DOB'.hi. liy 'JMil S by Add-essfs cteused ni often is desired: but both and oW drusei muit bo months, monthfi, delivered.....fl.OO 1 rjoalb, delivered.......3Sg WF.EKLVXKEKAUU In or-tnore'pajw, of uciva ot tbe wpek'i local and dltinct 1 iear In athancft ____ Tioatbi, lu l-mouUii, In ii. Rod'CroM t Book Slore. J. G. Rolw.-t- ton i Co, Jackson Alexandra Hotel, Drug Stors Youoi .4 Co Hamilton. Plncher B.J.Jlltclltll. n. JfeCrcn. Wsstlale Broi Cftrdston Alberta Drui A Book Co. Fernle, B. Percj Btrnt Medicine L.M.Northam. THE DAILY HERAUO FOR 8AUE AT CranUreok, 9- .AtchJgoii. .L. Kelntcka. Lakc--Dr. TUKnaic. Diamond City Dreg Co. Vancouver, S. C. World .Wide News Co. Brown 219 4ih St. .hunieson Xows "Co.; 705 .Riverside Ave.'... on all C. P. R. with tlio expaclnllon of tiling worth whllo. If buying; and Citing wltlr'the lf'i- itetl StntuK is, noinjj to shake .our al- legiance to (he Mother Country, iihsn'i .Mr. Magrnlli asked that a Ill-nil tax be nut oil- tlio Aniorloanii who coining Into tills .country to smile'.' Surely, if (he sale of wheat am! ait- tie and the purchase- of American Trull and produce Is going to urlvej tig into the arms of l.'ncle Sam. the mingling of Ainerlcan-born with Cmiadian-tiorn anil British-Irani citizens, will bo Just as Injurious. H( May 24th a Perpetual Holiday BRODUJR brings back, who will ever bc revered and loved, JTnglapd i Hctoria the.Good. Those of us, who Is to be ibolished, f celebrated the IMth as the Queen's Birthday, do not want the holiday ab- olished. It would be like destroying a family heirloom or a precious docu- ment. Let May 24th always be a holi- day, and we can guarantee Ring George that we will observe his birth: day just as enthusiastically then a: on "the "day it actually occurs. and. the'Kinj'i'birthday to bc observ- ed instead, With all due rwpect to King George believe -he could very -well afford Jo hare Empire and his birthday on May 24th. 2ith is linked with a- monarch Stick to (Hassano News.) With all due fraternal respect to tho editor of tho 'Brooks1 Banner, wo would suggest he "would" forego his poetic instincts until the.crop Is bar- 'ested. A Rainmaker. (Uiiyinpiul Gazette.) A now scheme has '.been established by some of our prominent farmers In 'Sard TO the, baseball, season. U seems as if they havo.fouijd favor with tbe "rain man" and when a. baseball game is called they., order rain and Iieir -hired help are unable to play ball, consequently they are forced to Redistribution First W ESTERX CANADA should have the representation to which its warrants. The voice of the West must be given it is entitled before a general a fair .chanqe to express itself.. With .election takes place. out redistribution its opinions be "Mr. Magrath intimates that the Con- j lefc to the same representation as ex- Bervative party is favorable to redts-Msted in which would be most tribntion immediately, but other Coil "scrvative leaders do not talk that way. the Conservative party will be pounding upon the rocks all the harder if it forces an election before the is given the representation, t cept ilns unfair. Mr. Magrath seems (o sympathize wifh the redistribution-before-an-elec- tion policy, and U is to be hoped lie can influence his party friends to ac-. H! Serve the Distiicts Without Railroads The Minister of Hallways .should not approve 'of a route that would BO injuriously affect these towns. If tlie C. N. R. was to tap these towns, it [MGH RIVER, has sent a deputa- tion .to Ottawa to protest ag? the Canadian Northern line a few miles a- .w'av from that .town. Ills to be hoped that of thch case to the -Minister of will bring about'Eonie'solution of the serious pro blem facing a number of small towns on the branch' of the C P R It appears'that the survey of the C. N> R. branch brings the line a few miles east of Claresholm, Nanton, High River and other towns. these towns not gel the railroad but the to the east of them, -proposed route is followed, .would--be'cut-off, as the new towns the new line would naturally get the business A Neighborly Rap (Piucher Creek Echo.) The Macleod'Advertiser'has it fig- ured out. that if foot lot-in that town is In Cal- gary 25x120 feet should.soil for because it Is only about half as large as a Maeleod lot. the same line of argument, it ,wpuld seem that a feet lot on! Broadway or For- ty-second street in little old New York should bring about net. But, of course, in the Maeleod transaction you'd get enough stones thrown in to keep the lot fiom blowing that should be worth The Founder of Picnici (Hamilton The Sunday school of Bridge street Methodist has had its seventy-ninth annual picnic. Its first superintendent was the.late Sena tor Billa Flint, who, the Belleville On tarlo informs us, was the1 originator of tluio iia to CoL''Hutlei' "of tlio Queoii's Runicera' nettled In Kingston, son, thu Uov, H. Curtwi'lghi. for some timu oliajiljiln to Ihp KoreoH, ihiiri-loft of Dublin, Ireland; Their t'Ulest fton the subject of .this skotch wan born in Kingston. Dec. I4tli, IS3B. Tlw CnrLwrlKlU family was prominent' In he curly history of Kingston tuiii In circuinttuncos. Ae a eousc- Sir Rlrhard liud'Mll the ad' s of k superior education. VOL" only 1iad he the privilege of lending, the bent schools In Canada, but received what was iheii un ex- ceptional privilege, a course at Trin- ity Collefcu. Dublin, BO famous for .Its classical and literary coursoe of study And so when he. entered upon -careor.t ho was far better equipped than- the majority of his fellow members. His Long Public Career Sir Richard's Parliamentary career covers the most'Interesting and also the most eventful period of, the his- tory of Canada. .For several years, be- fore lie ctiered parliament parties wero so evenly divided that a few voters transferred (o one side or the other involved a change of Qpvern menl. Appeals, to the people were freiment and elections were conducted with more than ordinary parly ran- Mr. Standfield MacDoiiald held the Premiership foi full session Sunday school .picnics is a valid one, .Sunday If this claim school child- ren ought to erect "a monument to the memory of this .good man to' whom they owe so much. They could er- ect n magnificent -memorial by con- tributing one cent apiece would, of course, menn..paralieling the C. P. R. and -that should bo avoided. There is a lot of country-'in Southern Alberta in need of transirortation fa- cilities where existing towns and ex- isting lines .would not 'be affected in Hie least. That is the country which should be soryed first, and later com- petiiUv'e [line's can run along as close as thej like to existing nilroads .The, country's business is to see that the diatrle-ts without, railroads first. It Is the business ot the railroadsrto run ;i competitive line another railroad, later on, if Deal Severely. With C. P. R. "fust for a Joke" with a majority .of three. The battle in Ontario was Representation by Population, or a ninjorlty of votetf .he representatives of any province for measures particularly affecting its terests, with an occasional shriek igamst i leuch domination and Roman Catholic "Bigotry" the form of separate schools. .The; Hon eoi-ge -Brown then at the jeiglit of hts political and physica strength; Sir 'John MacDonald watf eading tbe Conservative forces -with us usual astuteness; while George. K rallied a solid French phalanx hat. like the National Guards 'of sipoleou could die but could not auri der Support'for Out-of this turmoil and unrest-and litterncss, howeve'r, came the most mporlant change in the history-, of Canada.. -Apparently, neither party govern country on existing issues. Amdmless some issue was presented large enough to .command fche confidence 'of both parties politi- cal anarchy would, follow. That, issue was fo.mid in the. proposal made by a committee -of- which the ;-Hon; George Brown ,.was. chairman, that Parliament should' .lake measures to bring about tlie federation of all the British of North America it was. in this school of strenuous and superheated politics that Sir Richard C iUw i his politi cal education. His rvotec and vote were with itites lie had none of -the (Characteristics of a trim- mer. -He- dirt, affect insur- gencj with in his own part} When Sir tlie Government of the. ddj he him A lojil pup port ..and podlltioii ttas "orme'd to carry Confederation he was equally, to the roalition rns speecn m of tm uniun K 3iie of the most, interesting in that litstorickl debate." which to; the 'onrtaion of hfj Dominion of Canada i M IS'l Sii ft: Ii" J falter, i tactically withdrew f'o i the Con servative' parU on puollcl and from that date illied him J Here is (lie opportunity for u workiiigman to get u fine building site in the henit of the piospcious Noith Waid. Wo are offering for a slioit tuiio only 25x125 ft. lots on Sixth Avenue North, close to school, for each; 1-3 cash, balance on easy lterms. You haVo to act quick il you want to get in on this snap, f Wo are also offering for a shoit time oiily, lots 10 and 11 in Block 155, on Westminster Koad, at foi the pair. i We also have snaps to offer in other parts of the city and before buying do not fail to look over our listings, as it ceitainly, will mean money in your pocketjo you. k Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities -----------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Patriotic, but Ignorant "Patriotism unless backed up intelligence and ability, lit- tl2." T-HH William Jehhiiigs Bryan i Fourth of Jiily.-address >'1P Llbci111 forces ln ]suSBestion this raent and the coujitrj With his us 'tion in his political ual frankness courage and smccri has.nothing. ty he has nexei ,n hls ioj Mr Bijan adJ d is aiLy {Q his new ;-sfniiationg.. Like Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 "Tho man his as hai'iy rji wiioiii I rr heaul "This recruit was certain recruit of Gladstone at one time the rising.hope of .the Tory once he Git the mil painter, there waslno desire for a-re through an examination in seoeiaphj of old pnrtv illiinces His wherein he prated himselt astonish mauei ingly ignorant last after a fiilme ;S( i! QUil'lica ipeeclus 'one wCio has seen him in his.earlier 'fighting days leading an attack 01 repelling an issault could not 1 elp hut fee1 tint behmJ the foue uf oratory there was the vhywical force tvhich could stand the shock-of battle wherein he prated himselt astonish jno half heaited decision He had tho courage of his convictions, and those i AR a public sneaker.- hir ttho knett his Laiecr knott how se mant stril 13 elements AU U Us. haMhe r.-ic- on his port, of unusual i'lagrance, the ex THE MORE the Iiuth .ibout con dltions m the tern'or) along the route of the proposed Way -burn line .become known, the more out !rageouB 'does the conduct of the Can- adian Pacific Railway appear to the public A majority Yof the'settlers in the i __ _ ___ countii east of Lethbndge and south age would increase and of the Crow's Nest Railway, located there because of the C P R 'a an ;nouhcemeht several- years ago'that it a.line through that country an'd ns recorded in the Pfer- aId .recently in one community, Lucky Strike, there will be a'fi'ts I'fiiousand 'bushel crop this and no. doubt many othe'r'comniunitfefi same 'territory would same yield. Bui what 18 the uee of .-putting in a crop when the nearest shipping point !R forty or 'sixty from a rail- road? What will happen, if this line ;is not placed under construction from this end immediately. Is that many of the settlers will pull up''stakes aiu -leave the country There IB no sine the ?ail road .can. offer. It must know ,tha directl} and indneclh it is iespon Hible'fpr the people going into tha also realize tliat pace the line'was built the'crop acre the grain businesH alone would warran thp Investment There is no question but that if the .GnnadianVXdrthern or some other got busv bi ildmg in that tenitorj the C P R, would not question (hen whether the road would be a paung inveHtrnjent.or.not, but would build il as, ai the) could, and let its tut- after, itself. A ihoulfl be imposed upon railroads Ihajlrifle with their char (he C P H has done in charter-should be no renewal later on permitted OUR POINT OF VIEW Boost (he Fair1 Spurt the weeds' Make Lcthbridgo a Spotless Town' Dr. Gordon says he was joking. A coal strike and its settlement are mat- ter out of tPl'e Joke ieirlto'v Pat Burns aftd afaSoci.Ues a mine. for. eight million dollars. That might to help Pat pay Ms grocery Wlls Grain Growers' secretary tolls Magra'h to pai, pud iu heeds One ITU drert oi her ctai ies .would id vise him differently, but he'is not heeOfnc the advice of. the con: slftuencv just .Mosquitoes put a siop fo railroad in U C, hut we could put. up wUir'lhem it t'hey would start work on (1m Wcyfoiim line. The Tnilcd Slates navy is going to CnnaiUari'coal. The Tories should slop Umt it mislu bring about an- nexation. 'I ne Plnchei Oreeh Hcbo, under tlie direction of Leonard Nonnrfn, ia Kain. iiiR a place 18 OIK> of i he best vvntik- (ifc "uVberto. It !s juvck-full of -icwg week, and in nmrio thtie is a brjgliincsa and sn ami tier' scowled at and thunder- ed: t Idiot! You to defend your country and dont know where It New York Tribune. Where the Parian Scored A certain skeptic -was .contending before a minister that fche work of the Creator was man if estiva-Imperfect. "Have you not he asked, "noted defects ,in the1 humtri prgan- ism, for Instance, and thought of bet- ter contrivances9 To his delight there; was the frank reply: yes. I really think J drawled the parson, "you see, when I want to shut out anything disagreeable horn sight 1 can draw down my eyelids unfortunaitlv I ind it's all done, but huen t flaps to mj ars. Free, 'ceased at about that istlin StincUid public his tourige was on manj oc casions put to' tbe test.1 Accord- ingly in the first'session of bhc'. Sec- ond Parliament Sir Richard was found in the front the Opposition oi ihe house and immediately en 'one of tlie the 'most tcrcd on his career most brilliant as "well belligerent leaders ot tlia Liberal party. i A Political and Mpral. Sir Rioliard' ofold first public-; services and mor- al, force on the Opposition 'benches. and second as' a Cabinet .Minister As a" political force in' Opposition 'he ranks second only to the Hon; .George Brown. Perhaps this observation should be qualified by litniUng Ite ap- plication to Ontario and English. speak thv of imitation ulty of condensation and thatjione'of his.predecessors directed the 'daily duties of the Senate with less expedition than done. I As; an executive officer, Sir Rich- [Ticl ist department; over which he presides itliat of Pi ides ind Commeite has lendeiecl mcalcuable serucc to Can 'idian over the. world. His Richard !ejc is ujon ilia, un rents of trade bbip din sill and a con sidqrable.' share of the enormous de- clearness in a remarkable degree.- The mailer of hrs pneechefa i well nn innu nd with a logical sequence that vastly o S argument from 'start io finish. More- r his sentences are ,iuvolv- never overloaded qualilk-o. OF trade 11 the list years attributed to bis "abil- ity as Minlser in .charge To" the" Liberal party' Sir Richard has ghen bis best In the dark days' of tho earlj nineties his voice was heard on many P battlefield en- oqurnging the party- to 'push the bat electors, Laurier inasmuch as" Sii always the strongest force, in Quebec, even in Opposition and only reached the zenith of his strength in the othei Provinces-1 after he been me .leader of the is-true'-Hhat sir Richard-' loss t'-somewhat of 'his., gi'ip-nn Ontario by the seventy of his attacks upoh the National Policy. lie-never SIR RICHARD CARTWRIGHT (A character >ketch by Sir George W Rosi In the Toronto Globe) {Toronto Globe) Tho Right'Hon. :8ir Richard Cart- wright who ia to deliver an address at he banquet of Reform Vssociation on the? inst. is one tho moat distinguiehed. figures in j thai, though regarded the ul he present d it politic! of Camdi (most confidence HH a champion of himself, a John MacDonald frequently declared I1 ven .'Sir proclaimed his belief in free Hrade theoipticilh Uthough lepudiatfng its application to the commercial ditlons of Canada. J3ir. Ricliard. how sver, was too ingenious to parley with what he believed to bo vicious. ecori omic principle and BO all artificial means of promoting the industries of Canada were rejected'- In lanjpiage quite to forcible tectionists. Tin for the1 'high consequence lis first appearance on (he political tage was in JMIB i candidate foi a aeit in the alive Assembly, of .Canada for tho ild constituency and Ad- ington, l-ong aa hii-politlcul life had' een, there ,ue four othei membem f the Senate nho run present ontinls of an earlier iiatc. These ilr John and Sir Ric! icolt and the, John ignii and Hon. C. R de Boi ilie (ISfiJ.) Sir HirhanI 6f good .oyalist. slock His Rrandrt ion. Klchnnl ..inn is a ongiKiicsa ann snan :amida on mat makei one turn to the, column utlonary war and "Liberal principles he. was not-consid by the. exponents. of the commercial polir Vrhn, i had accepted Jn. 1879. His commanding however, and the well-known of his convictions retains! B place among the forcniost int.'jrians ;oC the HOUHC of lgorout Sptaker Sir Richard represents rather than the his descr-nt mass and jheavj frame and he would have a intagoniRt And there Is a In the ter.v pi ire An Addisuiiian Style very few Jn tlin late Hon. held an honored place. No on-; He one of the can be verbal the also Sir Richard an ..or- notwithstanding bis purity, of diction and felicity of expression. His addresses never appeal to the emo- tions of ms audience and it is theie that oratory is most effective ind real He'may appeal in a'rhetorical manner to'the higher sentiments of his audj; but ,it than Glatistonian. Addisonian, rather It lacks in 'pasiion tollectual and .may carry but-it is not such orator j than.iin the pipes of, Pan. to .those who know1 him in cadence, "in is distinctly in conviction as "would move the stones of Rome to mutiny' Seldom does Sir Richard Indulge in soothing phrases, of the .forenuie platform. Me appears to delight' more fn the sword songs of the Vikings yet intimately he has all the gentleness and warmth of an. Bnglfsh gentleman of the good old stock. His somewhat, reserved exterior and abundant invective arc np doubt constitutional, but they do In the slightest degree detract from he warmth of his friendship hfs geniality as a host. The Mellowing of the'Ycari Sir Richard has mellowed with his ye.lfs. To compare his manner as A oider of the Senate, his manner on 'tlie' firing line In the -House 'of Commons would be like comparing he to the mallei 1st''. It !c the game hand strong still >nt '.no longer required for detitruc- Jye." purposes, That voice too, may not have lont'itB inclsivcness but its general tonen are soothing and con- cMiatinj. it Is universally admitted1 apitulated to tl: was-.held'by the inspiration -of hia courage anld perseverance. Forty NOTICE The Excelsior Cafe IUIB changed be run is i first L by two fiist tha onlj union cooks In the'' citj and all white help The tee cream and soda "fountain will be a feature ofithlB'plnce' PEACOCK SNELGROVC eight jears of service finds him at his befct in bretath of m sympathy with Canadian and ca- pacity to meet the growing'dem'ands of tile progiesune forces ot -public opinion. Some men The a long time and ram no greater dicttnotion that re taming most of their hair. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features Great Body and Age Made in the District of Dislijlerwi in Scotland, from (he nnnt of Scotch Barley. DIRECT FROM Distillery Co. ctn hf fiai C C PA6NVELO WINE AIW tVOTr OIT, MTHIIIIVCE. far town and OHMS. ;