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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAITA' HERAU> ay, November 1, LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD Publfslied by The Lethbrldge Henld Publishing Co., j-td' lawful evening at itt office, Sixth Street, AUerw W. A. Director and Editor Reportorlal, 1224 Circulation and Job DejJts. 1252 11.50 DAILY I year delivered ?4.GO 1 year, by mall ti months delivered 52.00 fi montbi, by mail 3 mouths, delivered 51.00 1 mouth, delivered .'Me. 1 montb, by mall....... Address changed as often aa desired, but bolt now and old nil- dryeees taunt be given .THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or uiore pagee, and contains a summary at tho news.of (h? week, local and district I year in advance..... 'J 3 months, Mo. 0 months, in advance 75c. THE DAILY HERALD-KOR SALE AT Dnis fc Boot Store. J.O.Robert- sun Co.. Jackson t Copo. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton, Plnchor D. L. JlcOraa. Bros. Urns Book Co. Fsrnie B. Be.1 Medicine .Cranbrook, B. Atchinsoii. L Reinecka. Diamond Citj Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Urowa 219 4tb St. Spokane-Tko JamloHon News 705 Riverside Ave. AlJO on All C. P. R. Tralni OUR POINT OF VIEW Now for tlio municipal elections. Tory Lcthbrldga voted Tory without any particular regard >'o LeUibrlilga The A. A 0. is a Jonah. st all. loves to bo in Thv SiCioii government om-lainly in- herited a "liogi'.v." Writ, it war, n clean fight nnywr.y. j Dor. mid Chm-llt' organize lacrosse team amongst tire ineniboi'B tit Edmonton. Hon. Tho Tories now tin oppost- tlou of seven ui Etlitfouton. hope it will nut "ironic eleven." The-A. G. W. .may bo utroug in Hie north but It is uilulity weak in the south. is evidently satisfied. It doesn't want any favors. "Agin th Is its politics. By tho'way, are city officials docket! for tho time they deva.e lo or not? of them neglect'city ffalra altogether during a campaign. A change from 58 Tory majority on Sept. LMst to S Liberal majority ..yes- terday is a fine record for the North Ward. Some oily ollidals would rirtlier campaign than work. Siieplimxl will bv heard front In our louses of PnrUamont yet. Shrtplifti-d Is a blp, all-round man, :uul look Ins defeat with a smile. A. Would somebody kind- jy erase the lot tors from the alphabet? John Smith Stewart, D.D.S., M.P.P. I.t-t us have a larger alphabet. Mr. Mugraih may chihn .that he Holds in the pnlm of his hand. Sliako Due. Your politics .are bad, you are :i less. fellow, neverthe- The, T KTHBRIDOE'S. defeat of the j ton government's a disappointment. Liberalism -never went Into a campaign in this :city with a better candidate, and It never hail a more'stattamarrlike policy 'to advocate than the fearless policy of Premier SJfton on the A. and G. W. Hut th'a people seemed to have liusd up on 'Straight political Unas, TV Kb no uditlato is and wheu.it does come, ho make it mark in public life. for the merits ot candidates and their policies. Hhepherd fought a straight, fair, clean and is stronger in Or: Stewart was, the strongest can- didate the Conservatives could have pnt up. He IB textremely popular, and belne well known to all, had little dif- ficulty in mailing a thorough personal canvas. The doctor will be a credit- able rep res en ta tire. He is a good, clean youos man, and while Tory to the com, he is respected hy his oppo- nents. He will do all that he possibly con for Lethbrldge, for he bag always neen an enthusiastic advocate of nit Xorth l.cthbrlilge did nobly the Ijiboi'al there deserve the greatest credit. It is evident the ported the Liberal strongly. working-men sup- candidate very Mr. Magrath carried the city po'Hs by 203 on Sept. sb Mr. Shepherd cut down the Tory majority by 21. Since the "powers iluit bo" have beon getting; hard whacks this year, council had better watch out or it wlil he upset. Harold Riley, M. P. P. for Gteluhen, will want to become leader of the op- position. Me has a very high estima-. lion of his ability. Lethbrldg-e te a Conservative city. While lu a Liberal was elected, it was due to the general feeling qf satisfaction with the government at- thju time and approval of.the Rail- way policy. Normally the Tory mn- jority 'is around 200. Qthers fhink I the regard of his supporters than ev- ipr this-dty. Disgust With the TO GENERAL the 'A. and G. W. must, be attribut- ed the defeat'of the candidates in the provincial bye-elections. It was not a repudiation'of'the; Siftori'-policr iof cancenition, or an Qiidorsation of 'the Michener policy of conciliation; rather, punishment Slf- ion -government for the sins of tha. Kutherford "government. The A. and power had to Buffer." The Sifton -government, has been given a jolt, not for sins of its own. It Is still and if its A .and policy is vindicated ,it wi'il coiuimit? to live and thrive. The Liberal party may feel downcast for the present, a progressive railway policj which the Premier IH expected to aii nonrice at the opening ot the Legishi Ulster's New Way (Punch.) Ulster, In Liie worst event, is going to demand a'.separate government for Jierself. Ratter than; put up with Home Rule would adopt home The Names Ready (Toroirtjp Oloba.i iVhen it to naming the new Ca- uadian babies, there-will now to a irerjueut use of Arthur, and Patrick, and even Patricia, tho latter espee- tuHy after the -Princess, "Pat" cornea serva ttves. Should that eventuate, (1. W. had become nauseous to the peo- hops will .be given. pie, and in voting-as they did yeater-1 only way the government can flay, they did not give serious atten- j bo defeated ia by the A. uucl G. W. lion to the policies of the patties on Uberate joining hands with the Con- thI-3 issue. They simply expressed their dislike of the A. and G. W. Had Sir, Sifton had time to win the action in th'o courts and vindicated hisi policy tlie people might have felt In better liumor and voted differently. As it they were irritated by the pro- file supporters of-the Sifton govern merit could hold their heads high and go into the battle with courage and prospects of-endorsement at th's polls'. AJbertVwill not stauu lor any such al- liance as.that. The Awakening of China CHINA appears to be waking up from its Jong sleep, and is anx- ious to follow the progress of other nations. This not. only.in. mat- tiers ofWility, but also in those which ,ieiHl to tho elevation of the mind. view'.tO'.tlie latter, we note itiat the playa of Shafc-espeare have been translated into Chinese. They have come to think that a knowledge Of his writings is essential toward-j obtaining iomethlng of the "Western Th-ey have certainly grasped a )fiood ideal. Whether the plays.of the writer, with their subtle delineation ot" character will suffer from the trans Ration, is a mattor which is not worhb considering, it w enough that the Oriental mind is brought into the same field as that of the Anglo-Saxon race.; The uharing of a common know. Jedge, and B familiarity with works wnlch tend towards the moulding of intellect are sufficient. It will be In- teresting nnd ohtertaining in the 'days to come to watch a Chineso company of theatrical players acting "The Mer- chant of and other plays. It will be equally so to hear the polish- ed Chinese student quoting the phrases and sentences, and de- niariiig In the best Chinese: "Who Kraals my -purse steals trash." Rail- way enterprise is also attracting the auentiou of the people of China, .and .we read that a. railroad from the man- ufacturing centres of Europe to the consuming centres of China will t-a a. possibility. TufrwlU-be a-benefit, both to Europe and to China. The Yellow Peril, which we have heard so much of, wm be shorn of many of its terrors should the Chin- ese become an enlightened people, with the full responsibilities of a pro- gressive aiidiinoileni'iiatlon. The de- velopment of the Chinese mind' to- wards Western ideals will be a great aid to Ihe.progreBB of modern civiliza- tion.' The Most of Opportunity iUR BOARD OK'TRADE Is giving f every evidence that it realizes the ue and importance of arc getting minds busy, and are not satisfied in thinking enough. Contentment, is the rnaklnif the most of- ftn opportunity. s grout drawback to progress, and.it is Having obtained the Dry-Fanning Congress for next year, it ia not "con- j io Bit still and feel proud of a .great achievement. The realization o? us wishes in Itself memis a good deal .to fhe prosperity of Letb-bridge. But we note with pleasure that, the ,men who constitute the council of the .Hoard are not sort who are in, .clmeri to rest on their onre grid aa- well that our 'business men realize filial the wearing of tho laurel leaves alone IB'not compensating enough. But OIK idea nlone is not: worth so "we find another .Drought forward. It is the decision to invite ills..Royal Highness ihe orCqnnaught .to the Congreeu. Thss ideas of the council certainly run AH .honor Biime to thcmaelvea'an unction for.-In the, highest ,diredlon. obtaining a grent prize, and leaving it at that. have-come into-a-big asset, and are determined io play it for all .'H is worth. In advancing Ihe means thoy certainly show that they are not. lacliing In ideas. One of these la the 'resolution made by C. V. P. Cony-. urging thy .Postmaster Gener-i al's direction for ;i oaucdlltttlou; stamp, liftaring tho .inscription and praise fo iis members for letting "move on !his llnu. Nothing is worth it ia done well 3'J12." Tho Idea mny not be original, but that counts for nothing, it is on- tush that the members of thy Council There is not a bit of nun in only tak- ing half meaauiMs. If Urn Board 'suc- ceeds in bringing its wishes to a prac- ttcal head, (he. cljlzeiw of Lethhrldgo ;HJCIH it groat deal of thanks. Jt'hoH. already.-wtnied this In the v-f- lo bring (lie Congress here. But.graMtiiiio has been described as ;i lively seiiBu of fjivora to comw, ami the people of tiiifi dofiuition us much as any other individual He's Likely a Tory (Stratford Beacon.) A Torontoniau-13 the head of a railway..and. merger in U'corgia. Apparently lite "loyalty" i not in ihe slightest degree affected. The Tory Way (.Montreal Herald.) What in Mackenzie'King'was rank Socialism, when hu tried -to settle a coal strike, in Robert Rogers is pure patriotism, if he can do the trick, Mr. King way always accused of "inter Mr. Rogers only tries 'arrange." Fooliihneje in Canada (Chicago Tribune) -Voi much can be said for tire wis- ;dom of Canadians, who encourage Tlie [growth of an anti-American sentiment In the Dominion. Nations arc far from being'superior to the effect of trivialities. National sentiment ia fender, and small hurts easily become large injuries. If Canadian pafciotism were as well Informed, as it is violent at times, it would be ir.nown in the Dominion that( towards it there is no sentiment on this side of., the-border than" friendly. can bo" cultivated. It'-.woiild -be foolish and childish to do so, but-there is no rea- son to hope that finding they have an. angry neighbor to the north, will retain their good uatured disposition towards it. rejection- of the reciprocity reement in Canada was accepted in tlie United States as a selection of policy, which .the Canadians had a per- fect right to make. It was an econo- mic question, .and the Canadians con- sulted their ideas oi" their best.inter- ests. That decision was not constru- ed as a declaration of unfriendly in- tent. When the two countries can determine their important issues in amity, it would be folloy to permit controversies, unimportant niaterial- ly, but important ECntimeiUal'iy, to CROP PAYMENT PLAN Make Tho -Land Pay For Itself ,A FKVV MQNBY MAKEKS jir.res with J62 iieres new breiikina'. -ivJl.OO per acre; ensli. bal. crop pnymeiifc. acres raw lirml, noar oily, per acre; cash, bal. oiic-Jiall' crop until paid.. 160 aci'os uortli of city, all steam pJow land. per crop' jinyriient. 60 acres with 105 ncros under, cull ivation 1 1-2 niilns from s'ood O town S500 cash, balance croj) pn.ympnt'; Wo luive others, so do not buy until von ifet unr-list of snaps. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Good and :Falthful Servant, I .Montreal Herald.) Mr." R. 1C. Voimg, the Dominion Geo- grapher, who died so suddenly in Ot- -awa yesterday, was valirad of- 'Icer of the Department.of the Inter- or. Me was an enthusiast in his work ind under his tlirection the maps is- Biiert by the Departinent'lmi'3 been by bug odds the most comprehensive ind lucid of any isRiisfl by. the govern- neut of Canada since Confederation. Ic knew th'a Western country-from ong personal associations, _ and as nucii of Dis work was naturally devot- ed to the fast developing hat. country, he was able to bi-j irst-lmud knowledge to the prcducLion litps lhai liavfi been value 0 settlers, to public men, and to the Tirious business interests.. One of most recent issues, for illnstrii- ion, wa-3 a map showing the location 1 all the branch 'banks in Westvjrn Canada. Mr. Young was a useful pub- ic servant, whosp sei'vices lo the Do- ulnlon wil lounlry. long bo of value to bring about a period of bad Peeling, or to lay the foundation for more seri- ous animosity. "Iust In Sunday School "What cnu you say of "Uo was the first boy Scout." Not So JJad she ask for bread, and ;at a stone? She' asked ;ie got a solitaire. for dough, and PECULIAR AND PERT) WENT Romans averted hail by hbltlhig-up looking glaas to the dark cloud. See- ng its reflection in the mirror, the it was --beiieved, would pass vithout injuring the crops. Thirteen at diairer-is-aii old Norse myth. It was deemed .unlucky be- se Loki, of malice, once in- nided, making thirteen -guests, and The- -Company Real Estate and Investments r OWNERS OF Suite 11! to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Baldur, the brilliant god, wns at the instigation of Loki, who pre- vailed upon Hodur, a strong but blind god to throw Mistel, th'a mist'ietoe, j at Baldur. perforating the latter and letting out hia divine soul. (rr "A s mti 11 hoy by other FAME'S PATHWAY It Isn't every tlte Kaiser comes godfather to an American child. -Mr. and Mrs. MacChennaii. singers in the royal opera, have received word mat the Kaiser will b'e pleased to nave their little daughter named "Wil- nslmina in his honor, Jan Kube'iik failed lo duplicate feat, of levelling the walls of Jericho by the aid of a strain of mu-. sic. In a huge excavation at Thirty- able .to realize how homely be is. rourth street and Broadway, New vork, Kubellk stationed himself with when tlie blind lead tiie blind they His Stradivnrius violin nud en- never stray into an occuHsl'a parlor, qeavorafl with all the soul he possess- ed, to level a gisat steel girder, but the steel column withstood the stiiin ROBERT SAGE, L.-E. EVERILU. Printers Stationers, Ltd. WESTERN; STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extension of they have arranged to keep their works in full swing as at present g'ct his hands just us dirty. fortunately the average man is un- and, did not tremble. Kuhefik appointed. d 3 NUTS TO What some men 'lack In backbone, itfcay .nirtke up in check. THIS- MINIATURIi GRAND PIANO on Satnnlay night, played by II. Koninyno sinimony, now nil sale at n reduced price af otir warovooms. Tho public, is invited to In- spect this designs, ranging In prkc from up, with- ftiit obllffatlbn. MASON DOMINION BLOCK! I'lAXO CO., PHONE It's easier, to talk woman out of (IS rents than it is to fight men ofit of a dollar J otft of moil ate io tell.us just doyibut they, iioi-or have time -to -show :ns The under dog.generally gets raore i tnpa-thy than ho deserves. i cook book Is full of good j sympathy The fellow who doesn't aiuo.uuL to much loses no-time in letting us know It. It's easy to conx-inco a spinster that it is umyiae to marry nine points of the Friendship and flattery are more al- literative than a'illcd. Many-a fellow Is afraid to propose, to a girl for fear slie might say )ti> When yon can sealhroush a man It, dr.'2311't necessarily mean tl-.at he hns clear cpusclencc. .Somehow or other the people who aro anifcflecl to InliO thlucs as they find them never seem to find atiy- IllillU. POINTED PARAGRAPHS (Chicago News.) A spinster's idea of an iiffhifly is n niati who. will propose. It's Ktrnnpcly tiiffirull. to gel on lie right track ;it a race cour.ie, Every nmn. is firmly convinced that THE OVER- SEAS CLUB Branch Smol ing Concert in St Vug tin's Hall Fridajl, 3rd at S p.m.' The'general an- nual meeting of the club-, will ho held at ''S, o'clock: sharu, when officers for tho'-oiiBulng year will be elected and im- portant: business Irmvaacted. he gets nil flio, :piiiiishmoitt lie sci-ves a lot tliat .he can't count for. Paid-up Capital R..t ttni Undivided Profits London, Engl.aivd Office, Sl.Threadnee'die Street, B.C. k Itraucli of this Hank has been established in Condon, flt Nq. 51, Street, B.C., where Letters of Crcdil ami Drafts payable at all imporlnnt points in Canada and the United Slates, In: purchased, and Mmi .y Transfers arranged. A is provided for-the'convenience of 'elicnls of Hie Bank when in to which their mail addressed. Correspondence solicited, w- ASHE.'ManiBBf. L.n..n M c_ ;