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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIIBRTnGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'ESTABLISHED DECEMBER (937 I'm Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd.. ever, liwful tlxth Street LetWrlclae, .AloerU. CarlaJa. PHONEi Editorial, Reportorlsl And Department' I 2 24 W A BUCHANAN i Managing Director T. W, QUAS'LE i Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Quslneas Manaotr PHONE: Advertising Circulation Depart. neiUs 1252 1 year, delivered 8 months, delivered 1 mot UibdeIhtrXd BAiLV SUDSCRIPTtON RAttS'' S4.00 1 yenr, mail 00 raoiitliB, by mall 51.50 15c. 1 mr.'ntb, by.mail 25c. Adclrestica us often drslrcd. bm new and old fcddrcKsea must tjlveii. ''HE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Uoss Vrug Medicine Norlham. JttLlt-jon At Cranbrook, u, and I eop' a Dius 4: Co H, W Pfncher J Mitel ell Fernlej-B. c, Pe rcy Be Co.. 705 Avenue. Atao on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD Published Tlfcdncidaj In eight or more itnd ccntnins a summary of the news of tha week, local ;md district I in advance jl at> 3 months iii. advance 6Wc 6 advantfe .......J7ic. J Tho miked larralns' social special., Too Bulgarians arc cominrclow'io on inlsul lannliiB. Are you next? ConstailUiioiile. Sliiiiiltni.eously thcj'o Frklay, November 1, uj ..Tito talon must but don'i Ki't fiay for llio llttio leather billy will hurt you just tho same. a' commotion in the liareni. Tlio Uonlpii sovi'i'iuiicut had throl i Senate vacancies to 1111 In Nova Hco Roynl View U.to liv Included In Senator Dell died. Xow l.ethbrldgo .school illtitricl. This citv Is jusl commi'iiciiiK 10 spread it's Rotter not spread j far: they misht set clipped. j Charles W. Kllot, presldeiu emmus i cf Harvard University, a man ot know leilgo recognized :is oi' :he fore- most ihinkers of tbe republic, made Ilie declaration the other day lucst highly proleeied industries, in ilh-i of Massacliuiieils pay.the lowest ivaj.s. T.-.riir, he further, ar- gued, ivas a very bad mmlc of colf'cct- Ins inxcs. in the face of the views of a man or the'typi- of Dr. Kllot hun- dreds of wCTluusiniMi will be stamped- ed into voting for Ihe bis Interests next Tuesday just as the Canadian worlununu'n were stampeded when they had a chance to reduce thc cost of living under reciprocity. J (lie number is four and surely inert, lire enough Tories In nerd of a job (o inuko It c'aay io nil the positions before parliament opens. Tho Laurior government ruling that sized lumber v.-as not dutiable 1ms been upheld by Ihe Supreme Court i Tho ]i. C. luinbormcn and their Tory friends at Ottawa v.'c-rc- anxious that this lumber should be taken all the freo list and tho government thought that tho Supremo Cosirl reference misht llx matters and .take the r Bponstblllty OIT their shoulders. Tin plan didn't work, however, and no the lumbermen will go after the go eminent to make a change in th tariff pint-ing a duty on lain lumbe It is noticeabls that the interest usually win out. The cement duty i on again as yon may have, observed. WHAT MACEDONIA IS LIKE" Agitate for Railways U.CUR1 13 aiuing to oe a rail tiy'.io'the north, cast and south. Show uaj huh and can t be but t in a minute 11 while rail that the country is well settled "ntl tlmt- 'llero would be profitable tor a eiu to itielt "ranch line to, ,nore raiiroad, and con If Tincmg the comp inlcs, cannot afford' to allow Calgary to cou- that the country needs, them. "ect Itself 'up with territory that, le- Sitimately belongs to Lethbridge, Sight ,ilcng this Hue the Lethbridge Board of Trade could very well adopt a systematic campaign. There is no '-use writing letters. Personal inter- yiev.-s are what count. Send n strong deputation to meet the heads of the railnais Impress upon them the i urgent need of rail ways in the coun-l I ahead of us... We must aim to get, in Railroad building is slow. We have ftoml tbafont in the delay in the (Sidney Low'lit London Daily 1 had come down by the train from N'isli, in Servla, .bound for that town if where now two Turkish divisions are assembled breathing lira mil slaughter'against the subjects ung .But my train was' full if Serb peasants going down to work u the Turkish province. That was a hing that at ones threw a ray of Slit iipoii the problem." 1 saw that the political boundary is not geographical or ethnological. The Serb under the Crescent is brother or cousin of the Serb under U'-e Cross. The "Turk, the. D'ulgar, the who is his local neighbor, is a si-ran- ger; his friends and kinsmen are his who may live far away, perhaps among the fat pigs and fat plums of tlie kingdom, perhaps in the wild glens of the Sanjak of -N'ovi Bazar, perhaps eyeing Austrian'offi- cials askance moves, about the well-made military roads, of Bosnia. _____ _____ .construction .of government bcuneti! under whatever King cr Emperor they loads, Agitation, however, counts i tlie Jong fun. Lej us get busy agita PR1 prisoner ,A Dangerous-Practice IRI io sentencing law-abiding district, hence the ex-. _______ ciise. That this is erroneous should j higher mountains tower into I dwin Stokeley to deuh Fi u'cs Walsh., made weighti tin! Well-timed x.'ohl- rnsnts on the dangerous practice, one too co ninon in ihis country, of carry- ing firjirrr- The consequences of rash action which such carrying en- tails, examples cf which are rife in the charges before the court, are too The learned judge went on to emphasize tho fact that In Canada tilers was absor i'luteiv no need for such prac- tice rue pioteciiou which the law- affords is amply adequate for the safe- guarding of the lives of the citizens ot the Dominion. This observation1 .cannot but receive the hearty endor-' -sation of all sensible men. If, as His Lordship hinted, the jEtowing of firearms about one's per- son is a proceeding imported into -'this country, it is necessary that there should be more severe restrictions made on the carrying in of weapons lere. It may be that Western Can-' cida is not viewed by strangers in the light it should namely, that of a of string or straw, tho women In ret petticoats and while hoods! The Silent Bulgar Of many types ore the peasants There are. the, Albanians, lean, and hawk-eyed, 'and lierce, a turbulent, truculent folk. Kven on this spring morning we have irows that a number of them have raided a Christian vil- lage, and a deputation of the injured inhabitants is on its way to the town to ask protection from his Excellency the is not supposed to te :oo anxious to 'redress Christian wrongs. But the Albanians before me "Ve, for the time at any rate, peace- ibls artisans and tradesmen intent nl business. They beset me as 1 move about thc bazaar and' produce ancient pistols, and swordi from evil- looking rags, in the faint hope that the unwary Frank may 1 do not buy, and they go away quite cheerful and polite. Everybody is polite in Macedonia, even the Turkish oppressor, who in- deed is the politest of all.' And'neariy everybody seems cheerful. T do not know why, but that is tho impression may chance to dwell. 1 gain as I lounse about the Through the long, hot morning we irregular, eastern-looking lanes Per-i nans the least cheerful person is the! Bulgar. who is. apt to be rather squat! They are one people, these _. creep down inlo ;he Macedonian land Our course lies through a green r qu and square, .brown face Eomelimes a Tartar "cast 'of ihe eye. j _ he made evident. .Measures canned nnci Wlle as 'hat of Italy. There dividnals. .tod ..severe for if often the the consequence, of .-their own unpre- meditated action. To (mote the poet, "Too oft. the me make, ill-deeds.' done'." 'and to nothing this more applicable than to the afforded by weapons champaign, bounded on cither side b} u range of great hills, beyond the dark serrated summits of'..theJHo is silont, a little dourL a'good workmen as well as a goofj ;hter. It is easier lo 'get on with the Ser- ,...t fc..u a.ie nuii tan for ycuriSerb is conversational, ve'-durp ami the, tnj.es Joas their.-'pios-l even him a glass o' Foms in the copses." valley is water and a Mgarotte 'and he wilf iisiuer. saving in-! 'ft a. link snow still lying in It is easier t case, from Iies. the mountains are vian for yc'un Jans of doing al'VQ with would say happy talk for an liollr? 'He is a. gcod look-' handy means carried. .-.fii general the enforcing-of registra- tion al! 'persons carrying guns, and the'payment of a license in every a too .caso would 'help to minimize Men and women are working I ing fellow; too, tall and' lithe, and in the Kelt's, tsftms cf oxen are somcilmes with blue eyes and a nor- ing long, narrow drays over the rough 1 thern whiteness of skin. As a rule, paths; one sees strings of pack ponies'he is well dressed and soems quite with'here and there a ocrseman perch ed with short stirrups on a eru saddle. The men are mostly in the wide draw-Ms and. jackets, 'th-jir 51DE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 PhdneI291 te C. P. R. Company Are Offering Farm Lands In the Lethbridge District, Also At Very able on Easy Terms For Full Particulars Apply Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel AGENTS Phone 1343 habit. It is necessary that! less bound up 'with complex putties every person should be taught to re-j_________________________________ sard the free use of guns as the resort a cowardly and inhuman instinct.) When' such" measures are instituted.! and a right moral tone established I fill classes of citizens, murderi and unlawful .by firearms I .wJII-l'ot plnj.Bo large a part in the crimes brought before our courts. 'In a region where every man is a comfortable, well humor with himself anil ex'cellen the world even with a world which Turkish paimakans ami Anatolian .soldiers. Qthers fhink doing too much in a day, we know a j few men who ready for heaven law- uiuo; himself there may be an excuse for carrying lethal weapons, but the time for such in Western Can long past. .-5-, Attract People to -I LKSSO.XS wsre taught by JL the Dry-Farming Congress last week which can be taken to heart locally. Leiiibridge needs a large, modern hotel. Lethhridge's annual t-xmbiiiou can -be mad? a paying proposition. Concerning tho formc-r, there is no .need to dilate. Capital must Ire in. iduced in some way to come to tin; icily and erect a hotel hero larger and more pretentious than any of the pre- IM EC-lit striiuirnrs, so that tile traveling public may be properly caral for on such occasions as that or last week. ier the fair, iiie ciiange In dates looks a wise move, in this con-, appears, at (he- 'iresent (time, considering the umuiimoiis sup. I .port aci'-orded tho ciiy by dislrict during the C'cngrrea, lilg the year there might be at leas three. With mixed farming comin' to the front very rapidly in the south there, should be a combined Horse Show iind Put Stock Show in the SPl'iiiS. Then in "June will come the annual exhibition, which ls already Southern Alberta's big fair. It is impossible, however, to hold an agricultural exhibition, whero grains and grasses could bo displayed so early.in tho year. A seed and grain the fall would mec-t this need, and could, be managed alnig tho lines of the Ury-Farmins except that competition Congress exhibition. would be more of _ districts and individuals rather than stales. Thcai; three lairs would keep Leth. hriilgo-. in tho public in Southern Alberta. With excursions from the nurroundlns there is no doubt about setting, the crowds, aud npport to movement ;.to icako Lc'thhridge tlie fair and ex- ''hirjition centro of Southern Alberta. of one event, of the dur- 'so that they would soon conif w con- sider Ij-ihhridgo Ilio mocca of pl-.T... urc- and InstTiiclloa, 'which it ouRht to in the south. Dry Wit (Toronto Telegram) Canada will be more beneficially affected by the C. P. R.'s Dry-Parm- ng Congress than by the Globe am] Star's Dry Editorial Congress. lon go. More Costiy Than Beef (Chicago Tribune) A man in Texas has sn-ed a cor- I j poratic.n in Texas for for the loss of a me. Tho Texas foot In its entirety wouid to be the' high- est priced chunk of meat now on the market. Indian Worked Too Much iChristian Guardian) One of our exchanges tells the fol lowing strange'story set upon Drunk With Power (Toronto Globe.) The Globe desires to i........... "Four Indians without any lengthy comment, the fol. Arthur Owens, 'near liur-: lowing, letter which appeared illgion. the otnor. day and gave, bin beating because he had picked 7-1 the Halifax Chronicle on' Tuesday last. That Canadians should have to suf- ihels oi iomato.es in n day, which fer the national disgrace involved in was more than the other pickers con-j ihe publication of such a letter must sidcred a fair day's work.- If tho i lie laid at lire door not only'of Mr only sin were working top hard, Rhodes and Dr. Reid Minister oi OUR POINT OF VIEW Tho Calgary ilcrahl jokes about the I Tho exposures In-tho MasdonaU liyc-cloc-i Iho aen.it'... 'linm ;ticn, its Ottawa lirntlier, Ihe Ottawa. Citizen, demands that tiic guilty partie.-i lie punished. Medicine- Hal. is (sotting a plnut of :tho Canada Cement Co. Wonder if I thai, has anyihlsii; to do with the caffcrncss o? loaiilug- to srant a francliisc lo Sir Max Aitftlns' street reforming tile llolle. villo dlstilk-r, siiceced Sir Wlut do. you thlnl: about ihat? Justice U'aish'.; on )hnl tco free use of lin-.m.is Too many MH-II with Ihci.i in this ccumry I'c'W -of -ihoni po.sscM good inicniliin when they do so Tlie LETHBRIDGE WINE AND SPIRIT HOUSE Beg to nmioinic.tj Lliiil, they are now ready for biiriiiHiss iind'with a full line of Best Liquors, Wines and Beers Ljhjd lo supply (ho general public. Will Deliver PHONE YHIIP pans of (Miy, also Xo. (i Hi no 1U FIFTH ST., SOUTH J -Customs, hut of Mr. Bordeii .himself, who geems to have given a free hitnd to the basest elements fn his party: of the Chronicle: ivas appointed collector of customs for the pore of Oxford in In fact, I took the initiative, cireulawtl a petition which was sign- er! by Liberals and Conservatives, and Instrumental in eyery way in having the office iiiEtalled in this town. During my incumbency i have1 always received commendation from inspectors, and hftve'served the pnliJIc in ;i competent and efficient manner. .1 have taken no political part 'whatever in either federal or prcvlncln! nlecUoifa, but. today (ind myself dismissed from .service on the pretext ot 'active po- litical partisanship.' am 0110 of tliose ui fortune -has be-on (jnitc I ;un sixty- three years of mid am net bless- ed with an abundiint eupply of this 'world's Plficfin years 'ToShippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain': consult BILLINGS Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lcthbridgs Special attention given. to consignments nnd prompt returns made after unloading of cars. Advances on all Bills of Lading Market Pricos wire or 'pnone.- Ofnco at Messrs. "Lindsay's Dominion Block, LetlibridgV Alia; "PDBSe 17H. P. O. Box 278. Local Managci- SALBERG :waa forceil to have my left leK ainpn- tated above tlie and ten years a similar operation v.'ils nerform- ecl en my right arm at the shoulder Joint bone being removed from the socket. I So you see that my con- l dilion, so far as thc performance of manual labor is ccncerned, is a sorry one. "The above facts were known to representative, Mr. Rliodjs, who for a time Eceimnl-loath io advise a dismissal, but ceeminsly In their de- sire to bo drunk wllli the satiety which only tho trough can produce they became destitute of feeling. "Lemuel Bent. "Oxford, X.S.. Oct. 1C, Stutterer Holds Up Court When Hugo Greysniuhl BUS ar-[ raigued in tlio district: neys were arguing, -Huro interrunted court, on ti.e of having stolen lllclr llood of; oittory 'with the re- a-use I'm g-g-g-rowing I t-t-t-tnlli." minutes later, while the nttor- 56 from a companion in a saloon, thoj mark: i-i. first' fliiostlon, 'arid 'albeit the only- "T-t-t-l-nven-nljvt-t-t-tii-roe, liusstion, iiroponniUd to him by court For several inin-j "Tiiat's a hard age 'lo have, my was unable to reply. Pin-1 rciiiiod the court. "I think about ally, when Inn patience of the court J S'-1-' months in the house of correction was well exhausted, lie managed! for you." to articulate: j sUt-st-u-t-t-er, j-j-Judgc. and, "Vou can finish 'Hint remark when CM c-ii-a-an ev-cv-v-v-er I you Kct snapnod Iho court. "Call t-t-t-t-tell how .old .1 am, b-b-lie-c-c-c-1 ibc nest York Telegram. "fust J7ora Joke-" .j f---- Making Pica's Tower Plumb Tho mistress noticed thai, the nie- turo of "Tho FjClining Tower of 1'iiia" Imng crooked. She straightened It, ami said nothing. The next day thy picture was again crooked. Finally, me morning, chancing to ho in the rooin, tho mistress said to (he inniil, is she dilstcd: "Mary, you've hung hat picture of the tower crooked, lust look at n." "That's just what I say, re- ilifd Ihe donie.stir. al. ill The cnly way I'can'git Hint old lower to straight ls lo hang the picture Intellijjcnco. J I 'Token First Prize for Packed Apples at the 'Dry-Farming Congress Secure a few acres of good fruit land in this famous district while the prices are reasonable. It will bo an asset for life. Our list of lands for salo covers some of the best both in im- proved and uncleared n-nli farm's, at prlcon rancing from fBO.OO lo WO.on Wo show you the properly before you need put tip a dollar. HERE IS A SAMPLE 7 IY6m "TW clrarwi with fruit trees, two yoars.old; 2iiO Northern SnioE; 50 Jonathun, oJior vnrlctioa, also plums, cherries, peaches, crabs and other small InillB.- 200-trocs In nurserj' row. All fenced, soil sandy with "clay subsoil. Good covi-rmnpni wagon road. .Framo shack 12 x 10. Revenue pro hiccr I r, eu For iiuick aale, per imrfi. For lltoratiire and other iiiformallon call or write. WESTERN CANADA INVESTMENT CO p- ;