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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pure 4. THE" LETHBRIPGE. DAILY.- HERALD 'Thursday, July LETHBRIDGE.DAILY HERALD Published Herild Co, lawful ...nlng .t Iti office, Sixth stri-ot, W. A Ne PHONE. Editorial. 1224 1 rear dallTered. 6 months, delivered S months, delivered 1 mouth, delivered circulation Otpti. 1252 S inoB'.hi. by addresses SB often .s deslrte, out both old dresses iniist bc-.gueu. WEEKLY NERALU Published oven Wednesday in elcat or mor. aiuuman of tne news o' tha loral and a-smci. 1 jear In advance 1 In ad UOnths, 111 j Grose t Book Store, J. G. Hooert son 4 Co.. Jackson Uops. Alexandra Hotel, Drus Etors Young Co, Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea. llrat A Book Co. Fernit. B. Medicine THE DAIUY HERALD FOR SAl-E At CranbrooK, 9, 1 Atchlson. srj.sy Tuinam. Diamond City VaJiMLiier, 3 C World Wide Co ft Brown 4'.n fit lamleson News Co, 706 Riverside Ave. Mio on C H- Trains. us Ihtit Governor; OBborne Is icv Cniin'Hi. "but "V time-.he slnrts at It. ho will hs.ve heon on- gulfed In .hi? 'verbosity. Tbos. "SicNabb. Dr. '-Mcwburn tins a roiiBh exterior, but those who know him well. cn.u bear us out when we say that he Is as true as ftcol. The fellow with tho smooth' exterior Is-of- tentimes a "four flushcr." Michipan's Governor wanted to set talked a lot of about annexation to n bunch of editors. But we'll wafer the American editors didn't take him as seriously as the Canadian Tories REGINA'S" NEW BISHOP Monslguor Olivier rtlzmr Mathleu, D.U., C.M.G., superior of the Quebec seminary, who has-been chosen first bishop of tho now diocese of was born at Qiiobec, December 21, 1SI15, and IB the son of Joseph Math- leu anil Marguret I.alouche. He was educated at the Quebec Qlhers Merger Materials (Montreal Herald.) The paper mills have decided to go in for a merger. This IB not surpris- ing, as mergers are made with water nurt paper, materials which oth- ers may he deceived .bill in whjch the paper makers arc experts. Just Individual Opinion time a Republican or n ,f_. Democrat gives expiession to the' view, that he desires to seo Canada and the United States one great attitude is inter; b> the nnti i eciprocib ele- ment on this side of he line as the voice of the entire United States. Because-Sir John 'Abbott, n former Prcmiei, signed a man! festo in fivor of annexation is that renepn to charge that the Con- servative party of the time favored inch a policy' Sol White sat in the Ontario Legis- lature as a Tory, and cam- paigned for annexation but because he did so it was.not charged against polic Governoi the Consonatiie paiU that it was its Osbornc, of .Michigan. does not: voice Republican party op- inion am moie thin did Sir .lohu Ab- bott 01 Sol White >oke Conservative opinion Osborne might delight to sep Caiuda Join the Republic, but he knows full well thai Canada wouldn't do it he was told so, when ho concluded his speei.li, by a Canadian. Judge. Reciprocity does not mean annexa- or the dismemberment of the Bri- tish Empire The ien policy the Lib orals adiocate todav was the policy o! Sir lo'ljn Macdonald appeals to the man who findt a a tempting that tyoe of man is not the best (or public and the man who has amassed -wealth he Is frequently not .'the best man 'to have in politics. The solution of the problem Is dlffl cult. Our. Cabinet Ministers, thing, cannot be paid .too much, and in order 'to keep the best men outside niigH he well to ueate under-secre- tarles in each department, and fill the positions with members of Parlia- ineni _i sals" nf in addition to the sessional indemnity, would make a good income, and as- sist in" keeping good men in public life' These under-secretaries ..would not pe in the Cabinet, hut would fill much the same positions as the un- der 'secretaries In England, and would rece'ive a good training for the higher position of a Cabinet Minister. But what of the opposition mem- Under.' our system of govern- merit-none: of these positions would be and just as im- poitanl that good men should be had on opposition side as'on the.gov. eminent aide Raise the Indemnity and thtj poor and able members would be paid alike Grade the members and there would be revolts. What would be the best plan? Let those who have the best interests of our public life at'heart try to solve the pro hlem readiH One answer that would be offered, is that Parliament of Cabinet public affairs, it I legislative bodies should cut down the lengih of its sessions.'and the only way to do that is to addptothe closure. As it is at present, the man who spends siv months at ptawa for iOO dollars, leaung his business in lerests to he looked after by others, in nine c-ises out of ten loses by being in public life To some the tempta- tions offered hi big corporations, to stand pat on legislation, draws them out of the independent class Into the corporal Ion owned" class. Manj able men fall victims to this influ ence. ,and the country suffers. Oth find politics does not pay, as la likelvlhe case with Mr. MacLean, and they forsake' public life and entei the service of corporations. .Many o the moat brilliant of our young col lege have become identi fled big corporations at.the out set, and a public career where they might serve the public well, is for- bidden' them, for, us we said. before, the people, rlghtl) or wronglv, aie of the man who has been associated with the big corporations who'Sre constantly seeking considera- tion in one way'or another from pur ogy ill Laval university in 1S7S. and ordained priest by Ordinal Tascher- eau, June 2. 1S7S. belli? appointed professor of philosophy al the Uni- versity, of Laval at the same time. He received the degrees of doctor of philosophy, .and .doctor of the acad- emy of Saint Thomas' at the Univer- sity .of Home. Italy. In 1SS2. He re- turned to Quebec, and continued In the chair of philosophy of Laval uni- versity. He took thu degree of .11.A. In ISSft. Became professor Laval uni- versity and superior of the seminary, Quebec. 1SS9. He was nominated pro tlunotary apostolic by Holiness Childish Faith I Hamilton-: That five-year-old poy at Niagara 'alls. Out., who summoned the fire department to his homo and request- ed the firemen to pill out the tile in he sun so that his baby brother could sleep. a touching example of childish faith. Fault With Our Militia (Canadian Courier.) It costs m e to ten Urnes as i 'cn io trail: a soldier In Canada as it n Germany. France) or Switzerland. It costs twicp as miidi in fiuadi rs t should. Simple -the ill Canadian military 'patriotism is measured in dollars' and cents. In Switzerland a man does his annual cn or twelve days because he is a (H- zen and owes a "citizen's'duty. In Canada! of us sene m the mil itia for the money -there is in it, and for the social standing it gives us. I have met a few real patriots in the service, but more' calculating snobs. The whole cry now is for more pa> for men and horses This is wrong What is wanted is less paj less grift lud more patriotism. Should Be Kept Out (Fernie Free "Press.) There is nothing IP the Liquor Ace ihich presents minors fiom entering bar-rooms. Women, may have the fieedom of bars provided ,thej aio served with liquor therein In this citi it is i common thing to see tlnv newsbojs piling thojr trade In barrooms whete the influence on the immature mmd is certainly not ele Comparatively voung girls 01 the Salvation 4rnu rooms freeh in senrch of contributions Without question thes are treated wuh the greatest" i esnect bj those noit, then piesence which maj 01 maj not he all of the men in the ...m It is riuestlonable whether anj business which girls or bovs may have justifies their entrance to a bar room, where intoxicating liquors are being served. Pope Leo XIII. in 1002. He was mitde U..M.G. on the visit of their Royal Hishneses the Duke and Duchess of York (their Majesties King George and Queen Mary) to Canada in 1901- Ho was created a Knight of the Leg- ion of Honor by the president of the French Republic. Aui' For a Joke" THE CHILD OF FATE (By Eugene Ware.) I am the child of fate. What need it matter me Where f shall buried be? Death conieth soon or lato, Whether on laud or sea, What may it matter me? Of :what hope hangs upon 'We can no insight get .Bliidly .fate leids i s on Storming lifes parapet, ..That which our course impels, Naught of the future tells. "Whether upon 'the land, Whether upon the strand. What may it matter me, A Where I shall buried be? Death cometh soon or All are the sport of fate. What-should. It-matter me, 'Falling as others fell. Shattered by shot and shell; Either on land or sea, Wrecked foamingrbar, Crushed In: the shattered car. -Whether by Arctic cliffs, Where the ice.'.current drifts Where 'the blealt night wind sobs, Where the black ice tide throbs What though my bark may be Sunk in some.sullen sea! BIG Quarter section near Magrath for acres crop and 50 acres good feed Price and terms easy. Must be taken at once J Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phonel212 The Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside S A FIRST SIGHT OF PORCUPINE (Toronto Telegram.1 A sea of stumps eiiru cling islands of cordwood and breaking on a shore of shanties and forests The gleam of the lake and the green j of the trees in the distance and that was all. the uavellei could see of the Porcupine towns from the platform of the first tram a week ago Saturdaj Boards laid 'Ut and lengthwise Uo hj two, formed the sidewalk that led from the T and N O station to Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Bex 1979 1291 ing breeze, In drowsy dimples curled the seas said a wise and sympathetic man, as .he looked out irom the windows .of a car of the first tram on the lights of Golden Citj examples, given to -the people from sucll- an exalted, source, are no doubt, one .of the greatest assets which a people can possess. I do not say this in anjjraint of sjcophanoj dm of-1 the" coil of England, but slill In British teinton I 1.15 by tho .Duchess and by the Princess Patricia what kind of a re, ceiition they would have. 1 told them; and I am sure 1 was only repeating the conviction..: of jour hearts, that if the affection of- a loyal .could make theii staj happy m Canada tbej follow join greatness like a thief in the wards the street which turned toward.! ,jne came like a thief in te the'lake and soon tapped the centre jnlgn[ and tjle Of unconscious OUR POINT OF VIEW (Dallas The heart of man who's lost shis wealth is never and wrung As when he lost his" pocket knife one daj when he was young In Ths (Pittsburg Post) tell me the pld, old story 'Well It was this was Our team WHS doing fineSmtil the seventh inn ing and then our pitcher bleu up did .the population of Rome decrease-just before Ithe'fali of the empire1' Eagpr book Sftjs 'causo "the Romans had ceased to practice husbandry His railing (Puck.) Major I ara sor- fv to say, hahdly 'ever knows when he Ims had..enough. Judge suh the C'lhnel has had enough he doesn t know anything Boost the Fair! Spud the weedl1 Swat the mosquito! Lethbridge a Spotless Town' Mugralh wasn't convinced that Ma- grath on, the reciprocity quwtlon .Are )ou next? ;t- The tan rate Is 19 with a million-bushel crop we to worry mllTlon "btinhel woii It.clenr that.Southern Alberta wants the Amer lean market to sell Its grain Reciprocity, vs. Restriction Is the Edmonton, Bulletin's terse way. of put- ting. the policies of the two great noi itlcal parties.-' Think of it! A twenty-five million huahei -crop in a country that had more- buffalo wallow-s than farms a ago T Thtre is (ot of prairie In the country yet, but remain af- ter Co, thrwijh snbdlyisloiMi Is Our ftyvisrTour At Lucerne we soon discovered that our guides wife lugged him She followed dislapwl and kepi up a constant of scolding contersalion In nimpslhv with the poor fellow, we took cirritge and left her 'behind we came to a Isrge the sight of which our guide urtngch "Ah, ze beautiful, belUtlful ,build. Ing, he cried "Ah, it beiutlful, bciutiful beautiful bulldlfg1" Puzzled at his we consulted our book. "Near Mfi "is a handnome now denf and :dumb York evening Sun. i' of" Golden Cltj the oldest of the three Porcupine tow City, Pottsvllle and South Porcupine The traveller up the nar row sidewalk between waies of smoke rising from i sea of stumps mingled with fire.' The an was full oj the fragnnce of burning wood. The squat dwellings of the pioneers, the Uostorei warehouses and the skj scraping hotels that eialted their roofs to a height of three Itorejs rejoiced m the jiiney splendors of un painted smooth planed walls It was Saturdaj night, and the streets of Golden Clt> were glorious with the youth and strength of tho men who filled the busy thorough lares The sweal of'the battle was on the more of moie thar one joung giant who came In from the to record his chim at the office of the mining recorder The sea lanes to Pottsvllle and Smith Poicuplne from the feiry landing at Golden Citj were f.ull..of motoi boats, with "jonth at the prow and pleasure at the helm." 'South Porcupine in the dawmngs of its civic pride had begun to fill the wilderness with homes. Dwellings on the side stieels were beautified with the simple resources of care Civic patriots sat on their verand-lho in the scorching watched th< homely flowers laugh In that already beautified some of Hi. residential sSreets in Poicil- plne The whole scene was a vision ol beauty, dream of hope, a glorj of jouth and strength The biiincc of the Porcupine Iqwm! as Ihey u-erc a few devs aao, of the 11 if hearted imn who fllloil the streets the Saturday night, before last rcciillo Macau! it s on PonnCit Ssd clU, iail ihf litest day And noured Iti'riiiWire on at gay, -.Tlnitrms In WPIC quickb -and terribly ulfilled. DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY (New York Times.) Tiie census would be much larger if all the men who are leading double lives-could be found uilt. If a man only bad the perseverance of a female book agent he could suc- ceed at almost anytinng. Instrumental music is sometimes only instrumental in making the peo- ple next door move. ,D a [leiioernie cunncLivu a memner of tho Bntish Rojaljwould be hippy Indeed while tbej 'a mill coming is the representative if Si's .Majesty the King It Is due to make the event worthy of a were amongst, us. They said to" roe that they were looking with keen plea. oyal people. sure inn Canada their 19 ROYALTY AND EMPIRE (Sn VMIfrid Launer at a) It will bo our pmilpge, an 1 told you a moment ago, to have with us as our new Governor-General, a mem- of the Royal family. Let me you, my fellow citizens, that when I. left Ottawa two months ago, 1 had an impression which had been formed by a course of history, by a study of Constitution, and by a study of recent events, that the Hoya Family of England, as representing the British Crown, was a bond of un Ion.between all the different classes of England. Now I come back with that Impressloi, with the certain ty Hint the British Crown Is a bond of union not only for the different classes of the United Kingdom, hut that it la a.bond.of union for the whole of British F.raplrc Hov'al Famfh of England is not only Roval Kimlli of which we British subjr-cts reason to be proud, but the Rojul Fanillj of Kng land, fiom the King and tho Queen to tbelr Children, inci all the collaleial given at-tho present lime an oample of those doj mestlc virtues which so stronglj up in the British heart, and which ronniatlon o.f the happiness and grandeur 'of a nation OF CANADA Money is Power to help yourself and others But it's only the money you not the money that slips thiough 3 our fingers You will hnd a sat mgs Account a great help in tccumu- lating this pov- er Wliv not start'one in this Bans' Interest compounded at highest currtnt rates Monej may be at anj tiuic Main Office cor. Round 4 Rsdpalh Sts.6. R. TINNING, Mansger. Stirling H...Roach, Actinfl Mansgar. ____ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, CVO.LLD.DCU, PnlSIDfNT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER REST, TRAVELLERS'" CHEQUES Lsued by The Canad, in B ink of Commerce are the most form in which to carry mono, when travelling Thex are everywhere, and tho exact amount p.iwblem tha cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every LheqiK. cheques are issued in denominations of V 00 and HJJJ nnd he obt.iinec! on application lit! the Bank In connection with its Ir.ucllcis' Cheques The Canadian Birn.Of Commerce luo issued i booklet entitled oflnlerMttothoM about to which will be free to am one Wr Lethbridge Branch C; G. K. ;