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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily flerald. Friday, The Daily Her aid -V December, 1907. by 'the Lethbridge Herald every lawful even- Crabb Street, Leth- Abridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Director and Editor. i and Kevi-KDspartiBent. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, -one-year, delivered.......54.00 months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered month, delivered......35c Dailyy one year, by six. months, by mail .....11.75 months, by mail.....Soc Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, both new and old addresser must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and summary 'the south. .The evil effects of the >ro- teotive tariff are not so apparent in ;Canada as they are in ythe- United States for several the chief -is that since the Laurier government took charge of affairs has ;been a very considerable lowering of the tariff, while in the United States the tariff has been rais- ed during the same period. But the people ihave come ..to realize that pro- tection ,is not sane or scientific and cannot but result in trusts and mon- opolies with a corresponding increase in prices and the cost "of living. They see -that it is entirely in die interests of the wealthy, capitalists and against the interests of the ordinary citizens. It makes the rich unduly rich and the poor much poorer. It is not only in the West that this is realized but all over the country. Tlhe people of the East are becoming more and more convinced of their mis- take in upholding a protective tariff, and in expressing himself as he did, Sir -Wilfrid 'Laurier is accurately ex- pressing the thought of the great 'bulk news of the local and district _ of the people of Canada. One year, in advance Six months, in advance 75C in advance 50c THE.OA1LY' HERALD is-on sale at the following places: Red Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra Hotel OUR POINT OF VIEW. No. my dear tenderfoot, sky pilots in the West are not aviators. ___ The death ,of Jolm Young and Co., EL W. Hamil- i Toronto Globe, removes one of Can- ton.. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. I .McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle. 8. BeaL Crahbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Tughan. Diarnond D'Airc's drug store. .Medicine -M. Northam.' .Vancouver, B. Wide New Brown, 219 4th on all C- 'NON-POLITICAL -RECEPTION. irrespective 'of nationality "or poli .tics the citizens >f Leth'brldge are preparing ;to give'-title" -Prime Minister of -Canada, Sir-Wilfrid Laurier, a rous ing -reception; when he comes to visi the city. He -does not come to the city as a party leader, but as the fore- Vc. most citizen of the .nation, a man in whom all the-people .have an interest, and for whom they all have a great ...respect. The people recognize that honoring him they are -honoring themselves. never does 0, -things half and the reception Sir Wilfrid win get here -will not ibe at .all ibehind any that he will have re- ceived on all MS tour up -to the time he gets 'here, Not only is this interest evident in the city, four in the surrounding dis- trict there is a great desire, to .see., hear and" give honor to the man w-ho ,has fteen guiding the affairs of -the country for ,the past fourteen years, and whose name has been ia the mouths of people throughout the Em- pire and "the whole civilized world. It. is a case of men -wishing to honor ,a man who Oaas proved himself worthy. BRYAN'S DEFEAT. To the outsider unacquainted with the conditions existing locally, the de- feat of William Jennings Bryan in his own state party convention comes as a surprise. It was said that when the Democratic leader came out so strongly in opposition TO the liquor that he was stepping ahead of his party, and that it would mean deposition from the leadership, j" Such .has proved the case, for the main -cause of the split was his effort to have a county local option ada's best newspaper men. He rose from the ranks and made good. As parliamentary correspondent he was a decided success, and his.articles as war correspondent are still renieia- by the public as well ss by his fellow journalists. A farmer up" at Pincher Creek made more money out of a couple of dozen of hogs this year than lots of farmers will make on a section of land all -de- voted to grain raising- Moral: ed farming pays. The Canadian cabinet minister who goes to South Africa for the opening of its first parliament can truly say- when -he is -giving his speech that "he to and can give his "ex- perience" as a representative of .the -Canadian people. to make 'his nose 'prominent Value of Mixed 'Farming. (Weekly Sun.) In Ontario, with our vastly -greater- diversity in production, there can nev- er be a general failure. Weather which is hardest on hay and mangels is corn; there may be fail- ure In winter'wheat, -but either oatfc, or barley will cooie out all rigiht; and as .practically all our crops are fed on the farm, the increase infertility and humus thereby provided for great- j ly reduces the danger of lo.ss in any fine. Even in feeding there is a di- versity; hogs, some dairy-, cattle, beef bullocks, poultry and sheep ars kept on the great majority 01 the farms of this province. In at least some of these lines 'there is a profitable re- turn every year. There are no gambler's gains to'be made in Ontario farming; neither are there the risks of -gambler's losses "which are ever pre- sent in 'She West; there is the assur- ance of a reasonable competence as the reward for reasonable effort. The one-crop system, coupled with a most j uncertain climate, is a great handicap on the West Side Lights Run Both Ways. During a recent trial in a county court it became necessary that, the position of a "staircase in a large flour mill should be explained -to the jury. Mike O'Connor, the care- taker of .the 'building, vras called. "You have 'been employed in these said the solicitor, '-for more than twenty years, and, of course, you know exactly how, the main staircase "Oi do, replied continued the solicitor. ''I wish you to tell the gentlemen of -the jury how these stairs run." "Gtntle men av the said Milke, turning with an oratorical air to fthe jury-box. 4Te see it's loike wid .thim stairs in thim mills. -1 This is how they ye are For the first time inihis career Wll down below them run and whin ye are up they run Ham Jennings Bryan at "the last .pres identlal election, carried his own state, and now his party is turning "him down in that state. Such Is pol Mcs. The men in charge of the reading of the -departmental examination pa- pers at Edmonton say that it will .take a'bout three -weeks to get it done this ear. students will, 'therefore, oe on the rack a little longer than usual. But never mind, the worst is to come. Morgan gave a friend'a residence out in the country 'where he could compose music away from -the noise of the crowds. Plerpoint is very onsiderate of -the crowds. The ilad Hatter baseball crew ap- ar to have had their minds moved o things religious since moving to iaskatoon, for the reports come -that they will henceforth have uniforms of range and green. FromQferSancttims clause Inserted in the state platform. The clause was turned down by an overwhelming vote and thereby Bryan was deposed from the leadership of the Democrats of Nebraska, a position he has "held for twenty years. This, however, -was not the only cause leading to the present situa- tion. The party, or at least a very large section of it, ias become con- vinced -that Mr. Bryan was not a sta- ble leader. They believed that his changing of views did not tend to put -the party in good shape to win Time will doubtless prove- that in changing his views he was progressing, tout for -the present his advance did not help the party to at- tain its main object of getting con- trol of the affairs of the republic. His -tendency to -lead -his party aflaead of the times was having the effect of keeping it behind the Rapublican par- ty in the race for office. His place wfli the given to a man who is a prac- tical politician with a present-day statesmanship. LAURIER SPOKE FOR CANADA. The tariff reform papers of Great Britain are trying to discount Sir Wil- fri Laurier's statements on the sub- ject of freer trade, and are trying to make the people of the Old Country think that he is merely talking for ef- fect in a part of the country where the sentiment is strongest in favor of a reduction of the tariff, and that he not in ex- press the-thought of the people of as a -whole. If these papers were to study care- fully the expressions of opinion in this country .they would soon discover that there is a growing sentiment in favor of a reduction of the tariff and there- toy -securing freer -trade. This is the tendency all over the American continent, the insurgent movement in the Republican party in the United States showing this clearly. The people of Canada, both East and West, see the results both in T this country and in the country to the j Hang the Expense. (Prince 'Rupert 'Empire.) The has learned from Mr. Butler, formerly deputy min- ister of railways, that the Grand Trunk Pacific may, when it Is finish- ed, cost Suppose it does? It will be worth Chat to the country. Railways this big land must have if it is to 'be developed. Long Shaves. (Glelchen CalL) It has been reported that the Gleich- en barbers are thinking of raising -the price of a shave to 50 cents, owing to -nhe long laces worn by the men these dry days. Spiting (Red Deer News.) The article that .that Lacombe man Foole made up seems something like WHAT IS A VACATION WITHOUT A CAMERA? An eminent man said, that '-'-e pleasure of a vaca- tion in planning the trips, and the other half .in locking over the pictures away. It is truly jp.'pat pleasure to have a pic'.ure of your holidays. .'ix sxian must have used an "Rnsign Camera and Films for with the Ensign Lens the most perfect views can be made, views that will make you remember every detail of the trip. If you see the Ensign and k-r us show you 'their advant- ages and qualities you will surrey ucCGujc ilie many Ensign Enthusiasts. By THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night 651 Night Bell Picture Framer. Welcome., Sound. "What was the best after-dinner speech you ever "The other fellow said, Xet me set- tle with 'the waiter.' A Few Choice Tracts of Fruit Land. per acre down and bal. m< payments Enquire for Next Excursion to Pictur- esque Arrow Lakes Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Real Ornery. Bill Thompson is -the only Fremont county man who is ornery enough from himself.. .Last "week, during a fit of absent-mlnedness he stole a pair, of spurs off his own ihorse and .thinking they belong- ed to some" one else. There is some class 'o that kind of depravity. ROYAL DIAMONDS ON VIEW. Priceless Cullinan Gems, the Queen's Property, Displayed at Jew- ellers. A fortune of In precious stones was on view recently In one small glass case in a "London jewellry shop; All day long crowds passed around the gJittering case, which container ojig other gems, the six diamonds cut from the Cullinan, which 'have been presented to -the Queen by the people of South Africa. These are only fragments from the great stone, and are nominally valued at 'bnt they could not be bought or matched for twice sum. They presented to the Queen, who at once sent tihem to Carring- on's shop In Regent street, In order that the public might also the opportunity of admiring them. Hundreds of -women came to see hem during the day. A .blazing dia- mond ring hung above two magnifi- ent pear-shaped and ne aluminium settings and 'beneath were 'heart-shaped and quare diamonds. Eteiborate precautions were taken safeguard the treasures, and al- it seemed as if -chey could 'be ouched, they were as closely guard-" ed as the rest of the regalia In the trong rooms at the Tower of JLon- on. "The stones are of the finest qual- ty -we have ever said a member of the firm of Messrs. Car- rington. "They have been set in al- minium in such a way that, although most securely held, you can scarcely e 'that there is any setting -at all. "It would be impossible to match these gems are 'be- price." Key to the Growth of Lethbridge 20 and NO INTEREST The NO TAXES OLIVER BLOCK Co. Lethbridge MINISTER SWORN IN AS SPECIAL CONSTABLE Louisville, Ky.; July the only minister-policeman in the States i3 Arthur rv: vvhat- ham, rector of -Trinity Episcopal Church in this city, who took his oath of office yesterday and was then pre- sented with his badge of authority'on which was inscribed "Private man, Trinity Park." Rev. Whatham says that he has be- come a policeman in addition to his other duties for the good of the boys who play la Trinity Park. "With my authority as a police- man I I will be able to handle any (black sheep that should attempt