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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE HEKALO TUESDAY, PEBRUAIiY 10, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publithtd by the Htrald Printing Co., Ltd., evary evening it it] cWce, Sixth SI. Lcthbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager PHONE: PHONE: EtJitorlil, Reportorlal ar.d Department 122-1 I year. tie.irerca Lncaths. delirereJ Advertising. Circulation and Job 1252 S delivered SI. 00 1 month, delivered -55 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 54.00 1 year, aia.il S3. 00 0 mouths, by rcill 3 Eonths. by 1 monti. by tuall S3. CO 75 25 AiMrfeiii'3 as oflea as desired, but Etw Mi addre-'ses be given. HERALD FOR Rfrd Crofs Beailie Lake Grasfy Laho Book Store; J. G. Co.; Craubrcoi ertson Jt Co.; Jacfcson Kemp t Cobea Co.; Alenndri }1otel; Ageacy. p'e's Dms Stoic; Kenov Lending Boot and Alliu; Dr. 109A SUi ATC. Cigar Drug World News Co. Dlamend Dr. WesIlaSf Bros. Vancouver The Wlda Station Edward Read. 'Medicine Hit Co.; Shop. World Xewj Co. Clireuoa Kuol- Jamleson News A. D. River SWe Korla Kswi Co. THE.WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday io elsit or niore rases, and coulalci a ol tht neis-f of the week, local Rr.a district 1 year la advance 6 moatlis !ii 50c DENSITY OR DISHONESTY? BECAUSE Mr. E. J. Freaiii advocaluu a com- bining of flic farmers to beat out llie ele- vator trust, or combine, us il is supposed to exisl, lie is being berated by the Calgary Xews Tele- gram as having advocated llie organization of a combine. Mr. Freaiii, needless lo say, made no asserlion and flic men who so construed his remarks were either fearfully dense or delib- erately bent on making trouble. Mr. Freara iu urging, that llie farmers should get together fo fight a combine, alleged to be doing ils besl lo keep down..the price of wheat and using the far- mers unfairly at Ihe elevators, was by no means advocating the formation'of a Irust in violation of as intimatfd. Such criticism of Mr. Freum cannot possibly do that gentleman any harm, as the great bulk of tlie delegates to the recent Letlibridge con- vention werein.lelligenl.men and understood per- feclly what was meant by the allusion to combin- ing. The .malcontents at Slralhmore who seem benloir fostering trouble, and who are finding ihe.ehinify of the News'Telegram lo the farmers scheme favorable to a campaign for exploiting grievances, should'take a'tumble. The U. F. A. in convention settled the elevator question for another year and Messrs Sorenson and others should be men enough lo abide by llie decision of so overwhelming a majority. Mr. Freum may nol be the best man in Ihe world io handle the elevators, bul he is the man endorsed by the farmers and should be given a chance. Cerlain- ly Mr. Freani..emerged from Ihe lire al the recent convention a bigger man than ever. U is a thou- sand pities for the sake of Ihe Alberla farmers project Jhal the Slrntlimore delegates could no see the point. As lo the fight being waged bj the News Telegram, the "African behind the wood has shown his ugly head frequent to be easily identified. WILL THERE BE A CRISIS. "yiiB British parliament opened today uix! the much-noised Ulster cnmpaign will now as- some sort of form or slink into oblivion. The Herald does not look for as much fuss as be cable despatches indicated, .ami the chances are that time will prove that the cable service has been used by the emissaries of the unionist parly in an eliorl lo create as much sentiment as possible on this side of the ocean against the Iniperial government. The people of England are not worrying about Home Rule, md try as they may the Carsons and oilier louc alkiug gentlemen are not able to work up an> excitement amongst'a people who have been fei m Home Rule in the political diet until thev have lecome sick of Hand are ready to give Ireland almost anytliing she wants if it will only rele- gate this issue to .the past forever. No one in Englandris afraid of a separatist movement nor ire they, afraid of Ireland becoming an independ- ent nation. Ireland could riot live as an inde- )endenl nation nor is (here any desire to do so. The man who is ready to hurl innuendo'nt Ihe Irishmen has failed lo mirl English history. Tlie. bravest of Generals-and the greatest of the sea men have come from Ireland. The forces from the Emerald Isle hare done a full sbdre in the Mm. and Us produced i couple defending and extending of the Empire, and arefot romances that fell flat Then be today malchless as soldiers and intrepid upon history, and at field of battle. Ireland has produced brave and the chances are that the. people of Irelnndjthe noit ten years the "United .Voth- are as devoted to the Empire as the loud talkingSerlana'-" was also a ot loyalists who use their Dag for political gain. CENTENARIES IN 1914 iTcronto Mall and lu Hie course of th? present >wrj oiue notable will be ob served. ulihougU I9H WAS nol to be compared with .1SC'9 or Isi the number of great men who then the light. However, what the present rear vUl.lack la quality U will luate for, ju-obaWy, lu uuuilw. and we u is lit raeutiou probably half a hun- dred ineu vere.IuipwUut lu Ihflr lime and whose birthdays will bo re- called in the course of the next tiveive- rctmih. alihoujEU Ihers is uot a. Ulekeng or a Lincoln or a D-irviii aiuonj them. la the course of the year wo shall lie reminded of George bicentenary islU be celebrated. If was nol -the greatest preacher who aver Lhrfil lie vas one o( the grcalest. U ia said that he ed to fewer ihau IS.OOO eer- muis, hundreds of them remain Q5 prixif of the wonderful etco- ttonal ccd-foreuslc jKV-vor of which Iia was the master.'- Methodism will not readily let the 'fame ot tHe preacher Tvith-iWesJey lo the tra dulons of the .church, be forgotten. biccptenary that will be If it ___be coinmeiiiorateirVl all, be that bl'Cluck, tlie tompoEer, who once i'.'gbt niustc- Marie Atitolaette, ho Is remembered even today by four, operas, fiatuely, "Or- and "Iplie- geaia ia William'Sheiislone. who was bora two buuJred years ago, achieved fame because Dr. Johnson" devoted a chap- ter to hisa In "ExTgilsh Poets." It is to be doubted if th'e'qiiflllty of Shea- would.have been suffi- cient to keep liSs name alire had the great doctor not commented favorably upon-It Canada probably tlie chief cele- bration will be of-the centenary of Sir George rttcnno Car- Uer, which will odcur on September 6. He was the greatest broadest minded of French-Canadian statesmen, and had it not been for his prophetic outlook we would not have, had Con- federation. Two "very popular novelists are found upcu the list. Charles tteade, whose "Cloister end Ihe Hearth" and "Put Yourself In His Place" may be reckoned 'achieved Immor- tality, and W. Kingston, wholesome author ot hoys' stories, ol exactly one; hundred stand' to his credit Literature will be falrl} represented in the list'of commcm orated birthdays this year, and, as a matter of fact, a. IHtlo reflection suggest the thought that St is the writers Jto contrive to mako them selves remembered longer than statesmen or the warriors, John I-othrop MTctley, is in the opinion ol critics, the most brilliant of Ameri- can historians, was'.born one hundred Does Your Stationery Represent You Fairly? h it like you 1 You are judged by year stationery Don't lei yourself be misjudged How to get your per- sonality into it Docs it inaki.1 llu.' same impression you would hinUc if you were calliujj in person instead of Iiy letter? Apart frnm iiiiylliing you may say or do there is something iihont your juvre uppenKinire innncnces tlic inun yon call on. The monicut he sees you he sixes yon It is the same with your stationery, lie straightens it out, crui-kles it hetwecu Ins finaers, look at it crilicully I'rom its appearance an iilcn of what you must be like. Nightly or wrongly he judges your business relations from thai lime J'orih arc in- fluenced by that judgment. Can yon ad'ord to inn the risk of being misjudged? Will you slake your, chance of an order on a commonplace, characterless letterhead? There arc letterheads perfect in taste and faultless in execution which nevertheless fail utterly lo give the light impression. It's not so much a mailer of cost as a mailer of knowing how. I'm- years we have been designing letterheads for business men all over Ilic country-. We know how lo inject your.'personality into your make it representative of you. The Herald Job Department Phone 12S2 A. E. SMITH, Supt. COULDN'T GET WORK WELSH MINERS ASK FOR A JAIL TERM (Sp-cial to The Herald) Madeod, AHa., Feb. tried unsuccessfully In many places between Macleod and Medicine Hat to locate work tliat. would ensure them and bed, tivo Welsh miners froia tho Hat, aged forty and twenty-three, blow Into town n cou- of. dro'6 ago. and tried to raise enough money, on a homestead to take Ihera to where they were sure they eould get work. Their pleas for money proving fruitless, however, tbe uien. wLo had spent their last cent on breakfast, went lo Uio Mounted Police barracks, ivhtro at their own renuest they Verc sent- enced lo two mouths each. years He Hirvard grad- uate, and studied Literature at- OUK POINT OF VIEW Go io il Mr. Mnyor; let us have a public lib- rary. Tlu- need is much felt in Lctlihriclgc. ttc ,pjscr hundredth btrlhday anniversaries oc- cur in 1914 Samuel THden will occupy a prominent place; especially for Americana. Tildea's name was re- !Wilson. He was one of tho "most I courageous and progressive Gover- nors of Neir York "State, and the strongest r.ntagonist of the Tweed The commissioners have Ihc right vision in riflg- ile 1V33 tha Democratic, nom- Inee for the in 1S7G. and connection wjlh diverting all possible traffic lo altbough he received a majority of the Henderson lake.' H is llie practice ia other c-i'lies Ipopular ?d of, 'Uiiccnteated votes In the Llecloral and the only business like procedure. Iwrn DRAWING THE COLOR LINE. A colored man in Calgary sent a white boy lo purchase a reserved scat in Ihe Sherman Theatre, and'when the negro presented himself ni the door he was refused admiUance and in- formed that he could take a seat in the balcony. Higher laxalion nol be the fault of Ihe commission form of government but rather of the policy of expenditure in the posl. Having houghl Ihe luxuries we now have Ihe pleasure of paying for them. It is lime lo slart fnnnuhifing plans for an aggressive spring's business. All. the indications {College, he failed victory, i Hayes became- President. "Fighting Joe" Hooker was [one hundred years ago, and c himself tu tho Mexican and Civil War. Another Tiotabtc soldier was tho Due of Mamours, second'son of Louis PhilUpe. He wa? chosen King of the treated Belgium, but Otrciiutju tiiu throne, aod remained In the French army. On Christmas Day, 1S14, was born Thomas Kdward, the Scotch natural- ist. The son of an uneducated weav- er, and himself v.UiioiH a. s cqlored do' that he-was a good British subject and a lax- payer in Calgsry, and he didn't intend lo be rele- gated to the scrap heap by any thealre manager. A writ is to be issued against Ih.e theatre, and if it is defended the hi watched for wilh [merest. Manager Sherman repudiates the action of the doorkeeper, but Ihe thealre is own- ed by Senator Lougheed, and il may be that thai jjenllcman will have something to'spy before il is all over. However, .whether seltled, or defend- ed, Ihe case is one thai draws attention to a prac- -----lice..very-common in tlie southern Stales but which has no place in this democratic country. Because a man's face happens to be black is no .disgrace, and -it may be that Ihe. first man in which all orthodox people so fervently believe, of that color in view of his supposed birth- place being in a'country where the swarthy skin- ned peopls hail from. If a negro pays for a seal in a theatre he has just us much right lo Ihe sea! as Ih8 Governor-General, and (he theatre whicl discriminates as to color, ;ill other Ihings bti% should have its license rescinded by flic civic authorities. The. west docs nol wnnl assininc discriminalioii on color lines, jddress on Saturday the people of .ethbridge that no mistake was mndc the sc- eclion of a head for the provincial.univcrsilv. Former Chief Davis need not lie alarmed about public sentiment in Lcflibridge. Evcry- )ody who knew him here will not regard him as other than a most efficient police olllccr and a ;enlleman. II will.lake more Ilian (he rumpus n Edmonton lo shake confidence of Ihe peo- ple of Lethuridge in-Mr. Davis. Rev.'Div'McDougall-snys (hut Capf. Palliser, nftcr whom new C. P. H. hotel iii Calgary is named, was nol imbued with much of the west- ern spirii when in Ibis country. He was always seeing tilings from the wrong angle and had faith in the country. K is perhaps as well to pcrpclunls his name however, for when people on natural history, and not even the names of the creatures tha' Interested him, he acquired an almosl unique Knowledge of marine zoology He was conanUed by Darwin, and hon ored by oiher aclentlets, recogniUon of his services coining at .last In tho form of a pension from the British government. Edwin waa another noted natural BClcnList torn In 19U, He friend of DlrJc Jerrold, and knew Suffolk like While Helbourne, Others on the Hat are Chnrtcs -Mackay, author Coming" am who was FEBRUARY RECORDS Two of the Latent Song Hits You Did You Know You Did Campbell-Bun) Take Me'Back" Henry Bun j An Up-to-the-Minute Turkey Trot One-Step Dance Special On the Honeymoon Turkey Tiot Victor Military Band The Junk Man Rag--One-SteP Two Eugene Field Gems The Coo Mel Patten The These are but a few of the many new ten-inch double-disc records at 90c for the two selections Anderson Wearyi book of- tho "Ould Timo Boya, Clieer." tho Xew Englanrl Inventor .of th' power loom; Samuel Colt, inventor o the revolver, and a native of Connec licut; Georgs Paimor Futnam, found er of the publishing houso; Mohome Fnad Kfiendl Paaha, one of tfco jreat of Mobammerlan statesmen, an( one of tho greatest iingura'ts fit mej.Auhrev friah poet and Edwin Loomls Da'venport, 's th American actor. The linn.tsdalp Trading --compan1 and Nlcr.ols, Hlratlotd, ask where tlic C. got Ihc name, NIC fads I_ i 1 i IT i HIl'J if- can be told and llie actual west of lod.iy held up fmtt szo and ooMs, in ronlrnst with Ihc forcboflings of I'al- Iviflcd ir, thn tan- in .whirtt 'thf On User, (i! accusec 'them ol selling..drugs. We Carry a Full Line of Victor Vic- trolas, together with 3000 Records Visit our Victor Department to-day, and hear your favorite song or music Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos VICTOR 404-Sth St, S., Bry.n Block DEPARTMENT 21 Western Branches Phone 791 ;