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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ate THE LETHBBIPGE PAItY.HEBALP Monday, May UTHMUDGE DAILY HERALD DICKMMK W I sV mMUMHf LU., lawful I'- lu IIMH SIMM. LMhbrldH. Alktrti, Cinsdi. at IU >Mwr Sllrth MrMt, Cti .W. A. IUCHAKAN PHONl! MMortirlal, Ntwi 1224 T. W. BUAVLE editor JOHN TOPIMANCE UlllKH MlflXir pHONf: Advirtlilnt Clreulntlon And 1252 DAILY tUMOBIPTION BATES b0'" ola :store. DAILY MBRALD TOR SALI AT Mttliint H Northsm Cranbrotk. I. Co Co 'AtcMMon; Drill- I. Dlimond City i. WTS company. Mlnneapell R, IT- Crok-B. J. Mllclnjl; B L. McCrsa. MaclMd-- TouBt Hamilton v Bros. Aiberta Druic Book Company. 8: Percy BM! Brown. (th The Jamleson Co 70J Alto on ill C. F. R. Trilni H THE VVBKKLY HERALB Wednesday In elfSt or mart and cMtsus a ot news ot thl wlaH local anil district ,3 months in advance.......BOc. I rear In advance......1150 6 months In: men's Coiupeusatlon Act. Hour da> bill, and the Mwaauics Lien Act, niMsurw walcli: he placed mi statute bouiu.' How lever, I'm-A. >V. affair oBset more or less of'ihc good opinion which hac been formed.'- It Is true 'that the Roy al Commission did not find him rd for any wrong dolug in cou nectlon with that transaction, but nevoithelcks lie, lost the conHdenco M a sioat many of his old admirers. has accepted 'Slrton policy, which i he nt oue time opposed, and Is now comml'ted to the restomtion to'the province of the funds orlginallj voted to the and Great Waterways Hallway. .Mr. Cross courageously, de- fended tlio Waterways arrangement from the start and gave' the Impres- sion that'ho' honestly believed it was good legislation. Ho mnde no ex- cuses for It. Withal that ho was more or leas blamed for the legislation, and while, as TO said before, he not proved to have directly or in- directly drafted the legislation for any selfish motive, the opposition will make his connection nith tran- tacUon look us bad at possible, and tho Liberal party will necessarily be placed on tho defensive. However, the Conservative party and vrws may attack Mr. Crow ai Utterly hut it Is comino kiowMgs that opposition HI th legislature was to Join wit bin In an to overthrow the erament. Whether iMr. Grots us ot the Conservative plan campaign 19 not n, but the boai their speakers and press made durii tho bye olecttou campaign of List fa! that If tbe bye-elections were carrl' by the gorerntnMi would be meant on thing only, a. conlltlon wilt the Cross insurgents. rTho .vory fac that Mr. Michener ndi-ocated bulldlni tbe A. W. under an nrrnngomel with the tamoiis Cl.nkes, in order to void, as he biarely maintained, con tinned lltlgatioi in the courts, was evidence he was inndorlqg to -Mr. Cross and his following, who bsvo B proclaimed tholr adheronco to :ke policy of constructing a railway to Fort McMurray.. Mr. Cross Eood for the Conservative leader and his followers ant [heir attacka .on him now cannot be accepted as very sincere. Cross fil- led with them. was an angel, but against'thein, the dictionary will found of the language they likely uee. OUR POINT OF, The will be Cross over the cabinet Ontario m 'the birthplace of seven of Alberta's cabinet ministers. Brunswick ovni the other oue. New A Proud Record more excitins incidents ui connection n Ith Alberta politics haw had a 'tendencj to cause the average elector t3 overtook th general record of the government o the'proUnce in referer.ce of much greater importance thai those 'all the noise and fuss havi been made Undue prominence has been given one minor waues, while the record o- .the government ia developing the educational policy of the pi ounce .and, in the construction of public the encouragement of agri haWTieeii "quite" over looked Tne Herald believes that when all said the average thing elector is and agriculture and Bothers of Interest to the home, than in the more noisv questions have been exaggerated proportion to alto- 1 Irn- t-4 -The everlasting harping on bogus raised by an opposition so on attaining powPr as to stop atVnp't calumny is beginning to 'n on {he patience of die people aniTthV voters are demanding that 'the em- -vphasig bB placed on those questions in, which the home and social tlie province are directly concerned, There is perhaps no question bear- ing as directly on tho present ami future of tbe province as that of edu- cation, and yet to hear the discussion on the public platform one would never Imagine Hhat the province had au educational system, or, that the Importance, of an cUizsn- Yet with all ihe noise about other questions, the government has gone puietly on an educational; if} stem which is pronounced bj those' iftlio should be in a position to speak with authority, as the best in the Dominion of Canada. The rapid development of the pro- v mce has necessitated rapid action, and it is notably surprising to the average elector to learn'that a new school section has been created every working day of the >ear, and that re- cord- has been, for. the past three years The. tremendous M ork and import- ant problems arisiug from such expan- sion is hardly realized at first thought and with the building of the means of imparting education has been link- consideration of developing a sjstem best designed to produce the lushest in That the has coped with this titanic, problem .successfully and has developed a syjteiu of educa- tion which commands the admiration of educationists from other provinces Is surely worthy of consideration and ahbuld'rank above the noiay declama- tion of politicians anxious tto hide this good' record by raising false alarms tnd creating racial, religious and sec- :ional differences. Too bad that we can't have a long close seiaon for elections" in this province, Macleod real1 estate ought to boom now tbat it hag a real live cabinet minister in' its midit. will hare the work- ing cabinet of any province ia the Dominion. _ Joe Martin says "reciprocit} rs, a lery Kve issue. Well he ought to know for he ii frequently live self. Two of the members of the Alberta cabinet are from Bruce men will pop up in the most promin ent places. The Minister of Labor Is good to his own. Soon every other Tory in West Elgin be drawing pay from the public treasury. Sir Thomas Tait is not jet presi- dent of the Grand Trunk Railway He soon will be, th'ough, for rumors have a very common method of becoming true. J The removal of the freight shedb may mean the disappearance of an eyesore but if nothing is put in their place and _we jiave a view of track? and locomotives and carsrifce second condition may be worse than the first. of strife uever make good rulers and if the people of the prov- nce are fully alive to their best in; erest'they ill never consent to the defeat of-the Sifton goiernment for he reins of iffice to a man totally unfitted by tem- perament, or early 'or the governing. Between nov and May 27th th iersid to present for the con- .ideratioq of the of ridings in rhich bye-elecllons are being held, ome ofvth'e'' work accomplished for he province by the'Liberal party and onvince every man, open to convic- ipn, that after all the general record f the government has been such'as o reject credit on the province, and arn 'the approval of the electors. To spite the Toronto Globe, Poit- master General rPelletler took the Fly- ing Post, a fast train to carry the morning papers of Toronto, and letters off the route. The Toronto pipers. however, are more progressive than Jie__NatIpnaliBt iiablnei and :hey have engaged a fast train at heir own expense. Echoes of' Reciprocity (Hamilton-Herald, lad.) One of the results of-the quarrel be tween President Taft and dent Roosevelt is the production bl the president of some correspondence that passed between them, on the subject of reciprocity. The .Cabinet Changes in-tbe provincial 'cab- VJ met have been more or ticipEted for some mbnttis. Ad- ditions to the ranks of actne minis- ters had Jto come sooner or later as .the four ministers constituting the 'government were overburdened with work.% Alberta with its active railway "development policy, its great and ex- panding telephone system and its municipalities jet to oper- !ate, needeS fhe'crealion of more port- folios and assistance of nevy mm in ..the cabinet tdf direct these depart- i The "npnbers'.of the govern- ment iiava been carefully selected from different portions of the prov- ince, so'that the cabinet no'v IB i of thr, north and with one -minister from the central 'section. The southern oortlon of the prov- 'Ince possesses three men ot ability its representatives. MT. Maclean, _the Piovincial Secretary, 'without question, as the "an rank, business man in the government, and In his conduct of provincial affairs, good sound business ideas are adopt- He ia not a politician In the pbpulai sense _cf the word, a thor- 'Cough going business man, whose idea )f to Confluct his department In a okuilncHlflce manner. Mr. Mitchell is _ 'worthy of the Responsible '.which has" placed under his .rhargo. Becoming a member of the any previous ev '.ftrietice In public life, he has proved safely stated that the regulations were never lived up to and more than today. new minuter from the south needs no. introduction. Malcolm Mc- Kenzie ranks amongst the old timers. Hc.'hai in public, life for and during all that time he has been an It u admitted on all sides that he IB o ne iro- confidence placed in bin and today' one of the of Liberalism Ik AMwrti. j'A.'Attirnfo- (linenil he placed on books many ,of, leglilatlou, -'.Trhlfl's-wiri Mo hi, crtJH and ti'ho crtillt of the Sifton foWrnment nient wu In the vnforcenient_of ii can bti of best men in the p! vinoe." In the Legislature'he has .been of great'service irdenfde- fender of the rights of the people and many pieces of legislation introduced at Edmonton, with the purpose of giv- ing private corporations great have bf_i n checked in their paasage'by the timeiy.'intftrvention of the member for Hacleod. Mr. McKenxie.was the man primarily responsible for the rail- way tax in Alberta and member of the'Provlncial government, he will be expected to be at the back of other progressive legislation. Messrs. Boyle.and Stewart, two of .ho new members from the north, de- serve the recognition. They have outstanding men in the legislature sines they took their seats. Jlr. 3oyieFis a courageous man. He successful lawyer and will give good service lo Alberta. As .Minister, of Education he has the valuable quali- fication of having been a member of the teaching piofcssion for some years and consequently is in close touch with the educational needs of the province. Jlr. Stewart Is one of the real of Legis- lature. He Is a farmer, and a very successful one, tuo He >s independ- ent in spirit and prove to. be one of tbe most efficient men Mr.' Sifton IMI called administration. Mr. Sifton must expect 'that the of Hqn. C. W. Cross as a Member 'of the reconstructed onblntt will call .forth criticism'. This gentle- dMn duritTg Vime he was Attorney General srovjd himself to .be'a friesid ef cominen people, and the Work- are some In th'ls corrmpond ence which are of interest" to Canad tans and are sure'io be und in justi fication for the defeat of reciprocity in this country._ JWrttlng to Col. Rooae- valt tho president said diacussmg the reciprocity The arr.ount of, Canadian pro- .ducts we would take wouM pro- .duce a current of be- tween Western'Caiada and the United States that "would make Canada only as adjunct the transfer all their important 'business to Chicago and Cv'ew York with their bank credits and everything else, and.it would increase greatly tbe the demand of Canada tor v vgf manufactures.1 I an argument against reciprocity 'in Panada, and I think It is a good one. In repb the colonel declared him- self to be heartily in of the re- ciprocity propocal, "I-firmly believe in free trade" with Canada for both economic" and_ political "he wrote. this is we can- 'not see that it is at all important. It did not this corres- pondence toire.veal Preildant Ta't's reasons for-favoring reciprocity. In his Torn speech last sum- mer he franklv avowed his reason "is at the parting of One way lay in the direction.; of imperial preferential trade, the the direction ot continental freeYrade. Naturally, the president desired Canada to take the latter way, and he that Canada took one step in that direction by accepting .reciprocity in natural products; the wjiy towards preferential trade would be. blocked to her.'' The majority of Canadians whp' fa; vored reciprocity believed President Taft to be mistaken in he was indulging a hope that would not be realized. It nov transpires 'that his hopes were even more extravagant than they appeared "last summer. But if he was mistaken in his belief that reciprocity in natural products be- tween Canada and the states would kill imperial preferential trade, so he might also have been mistaken n his hope would greatly increase the Canadian demand 'or American and would make Canada "only an adjunct of the United States." Thew of rlr. Taft prove him lo be a velry robust iplimist rather than a reliable author ty on international trade, on Indus- rial and commercial conditions in this ountry, 01 on the political sentiment at the Canadian people. .But Jlr. Toft was right' when ''he aid shrewdly that the effect of reci procity, as he had outlins4.1t, was so rgnment against in Can- a good one t Of; course it was good oner It served its pur- pose. But though it wae "a'cood one1; or campaign purpmes, that is not to ay that it was a'sound argument. ,-u j Here is Your Opportunity Acre Lot No. 2 Tth Avc S., Lon- 'apii ft. frontage byv268 'feet' deep. This aero Jot Us in Block "M'J'one block from street railway jine and on main boulevard to Henderson park'. act quick. Terms Contractors- Here is Your Qiance 5.splendid building ]ols on sewicr and water, facing north on Jth AVo. S.; (London lload) und-loth Sl.'S., (Williams.) "For short time only this splendid1 buildW site can bo had for on very engy'faring', But must be taken i. Freeman MacLeod Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OF MQRNINGSIPE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phon.1291 Insure Your Crop Against Hail The- Canadian Indemnity Company, of Winnipeg, liavc recently .ob- tained a charter from the Provincial Government for tlio writing of HAILiINSUKANCE in this Province. This company is financially sound and losses will be promptly paid. Full -information, obtained from this office. All classes of insurance written, including Fire, Life, ployers'Liability, Baggage, etc. H. Opp. AJexandrai Hoiel Phone 1343 built with ELLISON'S OUR BEST" FLOUR The proper mlllliig of ilour rt digestible fj that your body sMs'the full value of Its nutritious qiMlrtlcs. It Is aa Ideal brain, brawn astd builder and responsible lor tlM power of most of your ''J ,s Ellison Milling and Ektitor Co. MILLS AT LITNINIDOC, RAYMOND AND Immediate Six Lots in Block I, Sunalta Adjoining Qugen Victoria Park cash Sixth MITFORD IVV1235 ;