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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JY.Tilly ETHBRIDGE DAILY muj 11 Published Dy the "Lelhbrldqc Hc-ili! Publishing VI- lawful at It et tthurldjs. Oar, w' A OUChANAiV Matinsint, Di-sovor .ind PHONE: Pi I _( A OUCI PHONE Editorial.', ?nt- Nevvs jtdvert'iing Job SUBSCRIPTION .'1 1 '.6 S months, delivered..... non'.aa-'hr s-inon'.bt. ny 'AddresoeB 'ciir.nteb at ileslred_but bnib teri'sinl a d'-esBCs uiuBi be civeu. WEEKLY NEKALU Vvcrv Wednesday In elcht or more pagsu. asii conulnt i iiunRiary of o! the week, local nod d-si-vct "l year "in.1 ....11.50 j. 5 uiouths, In advauw. doaths, Ui j THE DAILY, HERALp-f OR SA1.E Hook Slore.-.i. G. Robert- BMi Co.. Jackson -Alexandra Hotel. Drus Slors Young i Co, B. w. Hamilton. Plnchtr D. L. JtfCroa. Broi. Drill A Book Oo. 'Fernie. B. Beat. Medicint j, Ueineckt. Uke--Dr. Tusnam. Diamond City-Diamond City Drig Co. Vanwu'ier, 3- World News Co. Brown 2JU SL Jamieson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. i'Eo (.ii >n R- Tralni. In Case IX CASE .Mr. Borden isreturned to power at the coming Dominion elections, and In case R. B. Bennett. K. C., runs in Calgary, and is elected, and In case C. A. Magi-nth is re-elected, and In 'rase Alberta is given only one I member in the Dominion Cabinet, .Who. will get the portfolio? R. B. Bennett, the eloquent and am- bitious, or C. A. Magrath, the man who is Bor- den's friend, and sticks by Borden through.thick and thin? Fine Sample of "Equal Rights" _QUA1. RIGHTS lo ail and spec-! tell us "liev. Mr. Allan, said ial privileges lo is j as long as a Catholic was at the head ___ one of ihe battle cries of the j of the government he would uol vole Orange Order, and yet, on' Ihe Twelfth I Liberal." of July the Orange oralors talk as A fine sample of "oiiual rights" though ali power should be in their j is. Thank goodness, Protestai hand's, and Roman Catholics should is not of the "Rev. Jlr. Allan" type. not be recognized. Take ered. by Catherines, when the press report ed, 'kilt 'the Imperial was not." Voti can't always generally, tell. I his, thai they are lint as- leoii or lnckli.g: In enterprise, hut are reliily' to meet for larger and wider trade relations at Iho bn- and before It, lias Iravelled halt A baud and H. Hiring of Tories grcetcil Tom Crolhers, M. P., on his' return from the West lo St. lo moot tlii'in. Out: tour'dld in ihe West to For these and other reasons w'e hope -i-.t. M to see tho business men of ureai deserve it Js tell, Ug men, its clergy and Its school (eiiohers, Its public offi- Slr Frederick If ho IR ap- nnd fts cMlzeus. who are pointed Canadian HIph CommisPloniM1 it road-mi tided niuLpuhlie-siili'ltoil, selxe to succeed hovd'Strathcoua, cannot opportunity with enthusiasm, and -xiiect lu to-l.on.lon wUli nny needed micrlflco of Ume ID to to 1 ontlon wlili the-un-nmtKo nny needed Bwrnnws o. umw expect to lo.i.omioii i ,j llionoy Io niiiko (tie proposed trip aniinous oiulorsatlon-of the Unnliin public. His aiMiolntutcut will not bo i 5lIC'ce8g. hi doing so they. upiirovod by lu.-tha will first jwrform.a duty; secuiiii, tiiey parly They may fiave formed help to build up tho city; third, wrong opinion'of hlni.llml thfcy have f they will roUirn an iniernatioual cmir- 'i ,hinn iiPVprthGlesi Tlie ap-Ucsy for which wo Ho under obllKii- Lhe opinion, and foiirth th will give them-, .ointment has not been nude >et a treat g There- Sir Wilfrid Uuner, would bo-ft ell art- lay. !rflae all CXCUSeR and get vised if be did not Make Fred, erlck might fit the Job alj 'right, but Canada wants to tie certain ''that Us representative In London wi ill U credit in every wny. And In Sir Fred- crick's case there is a- (hat a better man should -be clidsen. your name enrolled among those who will go on this excursion, and if you can't go yourself, sec that some one else in your business or your family; represents yon. "fust for a Mijht Cause Annexation (Stratford Beacon.! The Ainherstburs .IScho says that a Cleveland firm has. ordered 500 bush- els of cherries in Essex. This i lo the counlri accoid ing to the mil logicnii" Great Falls' Trip .to Can.ada (Great Falls TrlUunc) The C.ient Kill1; chimbpi of com mercc in redemption' of its promise to the hnslness men :of Leihbridgc, who made us ;i visit-some months ago. is getting up ?n cicuisiou to re turn that also to visit Banff The Effect of a Victory tOetroit Free Press.) "I'm sorry, my dear, but the pota- toes are cold and the eteak is biirnetl to a crisp. Tlie butler has beer, so Ions on the table that it has gone to oil, and the hot weather has soured he milk. That's all right, my dear, we won out in he replied. American (New York Weekly.) you any American composers'' American' of 'em, There s Schlossenu eipiei en Bciek MlcMu Hz, Sw eit and so railroad com- more. puny for a train The of the entiie ulp to Not a 'Full Lenqth Papa Those) amusing incident Ib relited of a to go should gl.e in then poung service mation had lelm names at once to .either, Herbert. qulshed her husband for two years Strain or Dr. Longe.way. .The excur-j who, having before his departure sion is pi nned to start August 2 fiora mslfated on A sood puotogiiph applied iGreat Palls, and. get back three days J. naaldudufilv to the upbrinrfng Protestants generally believe a man's for instance, a speech dellv- i religion shoiild not. he a part of his a frotestant clergyman at j qualifications, for such a higlj posi- country. j tion as prime minister of this Wheie Geoige HI Would be Found GLtH I b to the upbringing d habj nith n ilew fdmiliarui with hei ami curmtti >im by the business men of Greifc Fills distinguished fathei Lich suo to the i" uiLion to join this excursion j cill the babv gi'l to her and kneeling beside her would bold up the photogiaph pointing out each feature to the child. One day the officer came home; and eral and cordial lesnonsevull be m.deMo the ch Id s party, rheie ne i good mans "J mn II i n u ii IP UifJo peoi IP could not and ,tul fomro elft iM ould no lit o d other way nch o timed HIP opimimi- uio mn i u" bn. o U nut- tHii difierem putits n f onomj I hue no dnub snd Mr. Diitnn ind tniHU is in tlie binitli th if if deour ill living il tin I input. Oi e t he i tinii icfmine d bt he believe mi- lints oi ht Innoiis tei ho would !aiif fun 1 tint thr I nipne fouuiicil iiuon n mnterial hat1 Km wire should lie nniit iljp i n pne hoi Id on reasons why our leading business men and citizens should, go. oil that excur- It is not a mere junVeting trip time ii is much mo e than that id nwl mtcieet both p i nt. the tho TO id to (iiiiaUu t i is it i uiu ihu y u mil jiie cre'diiiil1 nn ditc Dt i j ]10I1 to aimtlft in s" jj, i doing will onh be ituninim t'to! {oouipHnun ijaid t-iiy Iievf m a miierialithc visit of the business ind it along the of Lethbmfte nn M i pair otic in it nnin, a with inters t Jlcre is the opportunity for a get a fine building site iri; the heart o'f the prosperous Noitli- Ward. We arc of foxing, for a; short time' only 25x125 ft, lots on Sixth Avenue North, close to school, for each; 1-3 cash, balance .-on. easy terms. You .will have lo act quick. if you want to get in on this snap.. Wo are also offering for a. short time lots 10 and 155, on Westminster JRoad? 1450 ior the pair. We also have snaps to offer in other parts of the city and before buying ilo not'fail to over our listings, as it certainly .will -mean money in your pocket to; Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities ------------Company, Real Estate and Investments fom deir old OWNERS OF Mprningside But men01 (0 cncomage and lost, fnpiullv feeling oui neirn I h of lie -ihii loluniL, tu the nii> pine, the Mumlih of tint moimich r a iiai.'fc 1 IIP ntnei the Amciu in lolome to the British o T to ruatlo'ial IFne 01 h favo.ed iln oniptuo U "n i atnl 1 h m no ho-iincion fn'he-ju 'huniliocl not a gun ot a foi t ,h follo.e, uf last Tlie ehihi sinewed ficei in perplexity and finally shuok her ticad, the matter deai7 asked her mother. icplied the child he looks like my papa, but my pa- legs Stai Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 r on ecoirni7iiu oL the fid hit tho j hatter the Empiie." Tones Favored Reciprocity tame trom 'Io ingiun ind tlie and Fielding were appointed 10 meet them. The ngreement was put throiiglt tf> the present stage, and it be tfu> ijiandeat thing this coun- .-trv has ever seen 'The whole trouble is the wrong pa jj ic to reLpne tie credit said Hon m Pdtei on speiKIng of the Tory opposition to reciprocity at a "meeting-in Ontario, the Conser- t had gone to Washington it .would have been' .different. For tneh e i ears this coumrj had th'" einu tljing and advanced won dert'nlly. ,Kor iorty-fjve years wti jt without I during that time fhe crjathes ind Liberals fo tcjh to it bach. Sir John A. AJaf donald Sir Clws Tuppei Hon George rfroun Hon G E ITrttpr m Wl had Uiig pfank m then -s. _ v platform Both parties were commit tthatf that pan be obtiined v, it are the> are crj due lacrlficen ir-fe nj: mr it9 fostei en I respectfullj ask .'ii'Mclos for magazines in its favor, but now denounces it, because Elrctois of the County of An- the election which will place an the, 5th day of March, I a candidate for re- election as a member of the House nf CoB'nmns Tnr thp Conntv of Antig- onish. 'The Gpvernment, of which I am a member, Is appealing to the coun- try v-'ith a pojicy which we believe will be heartilj endorsed majority of the eleclors eithei aitlc oi he line In plue 01 have depended on a senti ment, a thing not- seen ;or--felt iu a physical but none the less real It has ed of an invisible chord of good that defended sides of the iron tier more efiicieflth than regiments lof and hi" gins could do In this )ve hate given a striking demonstration of the new'pnd bettei "wgiy of safegnaiding our frontier line It-wag never before, demoiBtr tpd IE bound to greatly pd IQ the products.which our desire most to.scud there. 4. fan measure of reciprocity is desire, and. we Jiave no 'doubb supppr-t ?erve the of the try, if I should be, honored by a re- increase thejulunip of commerce ex changed between Canada and the Unit try, if i-should be, honored by a re- "e -7. 7. cd States The c t> of Lgthbrltlge is nenal of the conf.dence which was ,hroiiii nhich a farce in me at the last elections L throngn a large public The'Mayflower province has. many, j itch men indeed fur tia puplllttiOn it has more rich rich any other part of Ca nacla. but only the ruoject in hand of poosseijsing the ten hun: drcd tlioiifiand necessary to tjualify for the millionaire Halifax has a number of men holding the three-quar ter and many holding the halfr.w'hile .he possessors of a quarter million'are oil.every hand. Millionaire Roche .is hi the coal and steamship-'agency pol- itics. He did not make his money by coal; "nor yet by politics. Had he-fol- lowed the business gf belling coal and followed 'hat alone, the chances, are he would be able to write' his for more than the .cqoj mil- lion. Senator Roche Is a politician He wag born that way. His his uncle were politicians before him, and wn'ori his uncle died and left the Senator all. his money, he also left and for which I shall be forever grateful.1 I remain, gentlemen, Your obedient servant, s; D. THOMPSON Feb. 2-1, 1801. part of Hits increased exchange of I )hc ]Cgacy, .ss" Israeli benefit in a commernal "ay IntHct, by this new Hade It Is un to the Tho wealth which.Jlr. Roohcinher OUR POINT OF VIEW Make'Leibbridge a Spotless Town. Doost tlie Fair. The strike is nffwtlng all -lines nf i" tint n1 the imrringc llceuse IBSIICI N'o ilu times for Cupid jfght Jar gold is surround cd The history ot the >nkon ai3 and now the Po- cuplne''country, In marked by lilln- ilreds of vIoMms fire, and other catastrophes. .The race still goes on. Where there Is gold. In sight there is no fear. A police magistrate at Petcrboro, a man who Ihrealeped to Ciit vjfe's .throat five'dollars and Thjt hi ml? rate should ;ll his job Ihe brick building got a had Ihrpw in the confutation at'Cochrane. We. are told that "Mr. Lloyd; manager of Ihe Imperial Rank, n frame building, removed the money to Hank of a brick build- "The Best Face Cream I Ever Used what our customers tell about CREAM For aunbUrn it no equal Knowing what it'is made of, aio certain it will lum) 'to improve on ne foi at The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. PHONE 555i THIRD AVE SOUTH. ited uas not a million dollars But monej carefully cultivated grows and jjicw It IB a good, many since Roche Wmoi passed awaj but the principal and the interest of the wad .bequeathed to the Senator has never been broached 'upon and that is wliy Senator Roche is a millionaire spite of politics. it can be said with equal cor- rectness that had William Roche ab- andoned the'coal business-when lie olitlcal and taken lo lha law or lo editing oi publishing a newspaper, or to a college profess- orship he would Imp been a tir .wealthier man than he is today. It ib Til easj thing foi one to oidet his ioal on the eve of an election, pro- viding one of the candidates Is in ihe coal business much coal Mr Roche has sold and never got paid but himself, knows, and he will riot tell. Senator Roche is a Liberal. It Is on record that ihe. farewell paternal injunction was to allow the enemy no ciualter Ihe fifth commandment his uot-becn violated. pol his hobby, has always-been his hobb} ind hkch bo his hobby. He is not a showy' man. He is not a society man. He is a plain Iner Plainness charactei ves llil side, ind >et he is in Ilia nuiet waj .1 pluLintl Wil Viam Roche is good to the poor. For eight winters he climbed Par- liament Hill it Ottawi He jomctimes bill not too often foi lie was of the rank and file Jnd pie fcried to listen lo Ins chiefs H was perhips i consolation to him to think that' he.had material mike possibilities of some ot them Poi II is here that Win Rochps gloat love of and great to part> come in The Liberals have seen lean years. Eighteen years in Opposition kept the political flour bun-els fairly low. nut the.'hntllca had to be fought all the same. The'gunners went up to the Roche magazine very, very ofien, and they; never came without the ammunition. The ..Halifax battnllons rtrom on him heavil} The rural hat tallons cam'e'.ii good -second'. 'Elec- tions are not won by though Jir. Roche never doubted the final in- terpoflltfon of (In his early '-youth, he was the Lord helps those who help themselves and tbli he practiced. The machinery had to'-be kept .in motion no matter whflt'Tfie b-esnlt.'and tlie future sena j toi did not disdain 10 atleud to he oiling. Previous: to entering Ihe Dominion Piriitment Jir represented Halifax citj and countv wifh Hon VV S Tielding as colleague m the Pro vincial Legislature, and he was there .when the Lin'erals came into power in 1S% I tut ejection saw one Liberal j and- cue Conservative elected for tlie Federal." Benz Russell I (now iiulgel and Mr R L Borden I M IheMolloMing clecllon IDr j lUlssoit contest Hani coun- ly and William RoUip looli hlfc place pint lime Roche ind It L Boiden wetc iPlurned In 1901 Roche and Lunev were the. Libeial candiddtes and tbe> joined the solid eighteen Grits which-the'province presented to Sir Wilfrid as: a mark of teem At the' last general election Roche iahd--his- colleague, went "down to-defeat. A year ago he. was ap- pointed senator The honor was well deserved, .well, .earned. Rut it was onl; a small installment of the debt the Liberal ot Nova Scolia owes more to William Roche than it' does to any. man, living or dead. Senator Roche is a man of high ideals in spite of his fondness foi tlie politic il game He is a man of enl lure, exceedingly "well posted and _an English scholar.' fie'Is a good speak- er, and an effective one. Senator Roche was tor many years lice president of the tmion Bank of Halifax, and held that position time of its absoiptlon by the ROTB! lie is president of the Acadla Fire In smance Co and a director or neavy sr-areholrei in many other financial and industrial concerns and is the principal owner in the Chimne; Corn er (C It) goal largest and perhaps most valuable undeveloped ccf! pioperty In the province HMDIM nmm mmm ITI. The Hoyal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL ENGLAND Shorest Route to London on Ton Floating -Pajlcej. Next Sailings from Montreal RCn U GTJORGC TOL1 lim BDWAKD AUG 9 1105 A I MOKGF AUG 13 bBWAUD SEPT b Rate! of f 1ST CLASS 10 UPWARDS 2ND CUVbS ?1133 tjPtt JRD Blistol 01 Ldon J5 >tirthci Information from S B Mitchell Agent H Jlirbeth CIU Ticket o N III 01 to A.H.DAVIS, STREET WINNIPEG OF CANADA Ciital, Int nt Famtn Witt because they find OUT sen ice courteous satisf actor> Collecting Sale transferring cash by Draft, Money Order orr Telegraph Transfer issuing Letters of Creflit to provide funds for n every facility whtcli Bank can offer is at your any Branch of The Bank of Canada. Main Otflet Ktvnt 4 H TINNINO, Wnnffr. Itirtlnf A H Roich, Acting Gruir W. Luckhardt, Manatcr. ;