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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Wednesday, June 7, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KftTABUI WH KO O EC K lyi ft TOOT PufalUhed by. the Lethbrldge Heratd Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and i Job Depts. 1252 PHONE: Editorial. Reportorfal, and News 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delivered........J4.00 6 months, 3 months, delivered.....11.00 1 month, delivered.......35o 1 year, by 6 months, by S months, by Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in elfrat or mors and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. S months.v in advance....60o tial. that "an impartial observer" must onsst all classes of A us t ml in reach the decision that, the jmeasure popularity, which one or two unite is of no benefit to the country. WhiMi little ..ersomil vanities neither did Charles .loiiss Thornton acquire [diminish nor van-. The see-ret lies The ris-ht to soeak as an impartial oh- j in iliis: Andrew Visher most server, lie i? too Tory to he iropar-j simple-minded." honest, and utterly faithful and gentle, manly heliever in _ }1 movompn, controlled by re- ipresentative caucuses ur.d eonferen- jces which Australian public life luts produced. He is trusted hy (he mod- ei'Hte men of the Old Unionism as im- plicitly as by the vigorous young' men i I of the New Politicnl ('monism, whose; i policy of "isolation" Unlay dominates! the situation in the Commonwealth, He is so trusted lie-cause he is above Think Hard to Find t Calvary Alhertan. Hprron. the member for UK Macleexi district, doesn't know just how win upon Hie reciproc- jall faithful and "true lo the l year is. advance 6 saoaths, m Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- eon Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co., -K. W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCroa. Bros. Drug A Book Co. Fernie. B. BeaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C. Atchison. Seattle 'MS born in Vyrshire vear? ago. in fhc heart of a sturdy mining comniun- whose sirens Radicalism trade unionism bo shared from bis school days. ne began his living early, and studious and Public-spirited became a recognized leader soon after he adopted mining as his trade. He joined :he union. A Few Real Snaps 1-4 section 4 miles fyom Lethbridge, improved A snap for a few days The best inside business corner in the city of Lethbridge Large list of modern dwellings Prices and Terms on Enquiry Freeman MacLeo Box 679 Phone 1212 Council created the [lhis "iserinteud has been marked. Close at- weuhr with 4. lentioa has been given to the work, istituency. bur that was before he de- miner, engine driver. min. man o THEN the position of street j ent, it did right in fixing the salary on a minimum basis of Sl.i'OO [and Mr. Seaman has shown rhar he ni? per year, for that.gave it the oppor- iwag the right man for the job. Offi- ity measure. tunity to make increases to a man cialg of thatkind deserve who would do the work, properly. .Mr. Jand only the cantankerous critics will Seaman has proved such a man. Dur- .offer objection to the City Council's ing the short period he has acted in 'action. There janId work'd U Mr. Magrath carried he went to Queensland and n.idsn. tin parties m. his eon- i once more followed the occupation of upon me rec-iyroc- Pincher Creek Can't be Fooled PINCHER CREEK people wili !'v a offence for a promoter laugh at the Jim' Hill seek-s. charter until the steel is The word "railway" almost trains Up to drives the good people there insane, present the have been and too, for if ever a dis-merely paper affairs' Jira Hill may have acquired the AI- trict has oeen humousigea nv pro- D beu.a-PacUic cnarter. but the Pinch- moters it is the Pincher Creek Creek- people won't believe ungl trict, Mr. YTarnock. the local mem- :they are able to buy tickets over the ber, should have a law passed mak- 'line. 1 "Just a Joke" J I As The Fashions Change j i Puck.) The little boy who was smoking :i :cigarette was roundly hooted by the other little boys I "Cissy: Girl-boy.'" they cried out him. contemptuously. A RAILROAD OFFICIAL'S let- ters are aiways like those of a good politician. Wm burn line contains nothing definit T7 k T ine Weyburn Line thinS alon smmds The Board the lines of your wish- jdrinks." d. of Trade placed a On" Definition i Pirtsburg Post.l "Pa. what is a "A is a man who t.en a nmny ston- if yo.ni buy the Slop I. Whyte's letter about the Wey- !6tron? case before the Vice-president; (Chicago Record-Herald.) :and he is practically convinced it iHunipr.y Dumpty sat on the wall. is "me to act. Let us assure Mr.'' l'r> in the air about piVhr-Ov but there is encouragement in a few thar -iuatii unyte that he cannot act too soon, jtiumpty got hit by a fou] A sood crop is going to be raised in j And wished he had paid for a stand seat. of the clauses- jlr. u ayte has been convinced that. the district this year, and if a rail- the settlement aad conditions war- ;i'oad is' put in there the district u-ill rant a railroad, and the intimation ;'astonish the C. "P. R., and .other peo- that "we will be able to do some- 'pie, with its production uext year. Calgai iry s Whine is much concerned ab- i Cation country, tributary to it. and i ..p out the location of the C. p. it is erecting a million dollar -r despatches Too (Chicago Tribune.) "Hello, is that the information ed- j themselves in a R. s and jgjl hotel there. thinks the C, us that some people in that city are to talk of boycotting if jknow it will BV to move the head of- EO foolish as that if they don't hand over the shops. there. Calgary would not be in the place j Calgary ought to be big enough It is today, if it were not for the C. get through the world on its F. R. That company hag made that own merits without, making- threats city. it began by creating a. di vis- j against- .the big corporation which ional point. later it created a big ir-'created and developed it. "Yes." Jl] me where the qpomino-K- r.i I up tbe editor. You P R n, f SaiT have ?ot man." aJ" th-Tr! 1Ti fllink "ant find ana tne rirst tlung we rhe Giants. Causewav ig p asking ThOS. Ig u Jn On the goiti neids he soon be- icame a quiet power, and when the i new political labor movement began r.o crystalizg and spread over the con- tinent he saw his chance and clung 'o it with a Scotsman's tenacity of purpose. He was put forward by the local Labor party in as a candi- jdate for the Gympie seat in the i Queensland House of Assembly, and won handsomely. His Political Career At the election he was defeat- led, and it was characteristic of i man that he at once returned to his work as a mine engine driver. Three i j years later he again came to the front. land was returned by his constituency, j i Politics in Queensland were at that 'time turbulent, but Andrew never lost .his head. He bacame Minister for! Railways and Works in Andrew Daw- i I son's short-lived ministry of 1809. and i took the short, shrift given to that combination with more philosophy than many a more seasoned politician Always an ardent Nationalist, Fisher embraced the Federal cause at the time of sturiu und drang dSf'T-lSOt'; with whole-hearted energy. The de- fects he saw in the Constitution sub- mitted to the people never dimmed his vision of national unity. Else- where in Australia Labor men placed but Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1S79 Phone 1291 g-t __ __ of the conventional and frock-coat nad evenin [iy of practice. it, might look like sharp jwith -an alternative naval policy of an The personal relationships j Australian-owned and manned coastal <-i i w ni t u. jjuoiuLutifMtii-. --.._-_. w. --t4.i.v. v CLJJ.U. J LH3L1.J.AI d.1. VvUo D ca. L the Qneenslander had the vision, and the Liberal or Tory in polite j Uiat exist, between Andrew Fisher and 'navy, and the other by a quiet allav- I never let it fane. i society; and they Of his i W' leaders of rival ling of misunderstandings between an j Federation accomplished. Fisher, in i reported insistence upon those fine I parties in public .eloquent j colleague and a section, of ili'Ol. won the Wide Bay seat in points of official precedence'evidence of the cultivation, "under" a State's servants. The quiet mor- Holism of Renresentatives. a.nrt has re-! and prerogative' which some men j fierce Australian sun. of some of the jaS courage and smiling tact .of the of RePresentatives- and nas re' tained U with varyinS majorities to j brush on one side. But these critics finest flowers of English public life. could only be appreciated bv An- j The standard he has set for political rhose behind rhe scenes, but their suc- this day. For a time he supported i Judge superficially and unfairly. the alliance with public Liberalism, which drew Fisher is no snob. He has no. controversy is so high that the most cess conferred benefits on thousands kept, the Barton-Deakin Governments jlove for fine clothes or the chief plac-' ardent Individualistic Tories are glad i never suspected {heir existence- in power for so many years. B'tn, by jes in the synagogue or at the feast, to welcome him at public fa's compatriots, Fisher is a degrees he became convinced that i He has, however, conception of I for. no matter what he says, they j great lover- of Burns, and sometimes Labor was strong enough to stand llfs office and the' traditions of a 'know he will play the Labor was strong enough alone, and threw in his lot with the ---._! game fairly, and -defends his Radicalism