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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 2, 1011 would Imvu stood- fourteoii. to ono In no algn of abatement, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by Tht Lethbrldge Henld Publlthlno Co., LW. liwful ivining a{ it, office, Sixth Street, Lcthbrldje, Alberto W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: Editorial, Rrportorlil, and Dvpt.- 1224 PHONI: Advertising Circulation and Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year delivered G'mouths delivered H men delivered 1 month, delivered J-i.OO 92.00 It.00 .3oc. 1 year, by mail IS.OO C months, by mall..... W-M l mouth, by mail is desired, but both new and old ad- 5o 3 mouths, in advance Addresses changed as often drosses must- be given THE WEEKLY- HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more pases, and contain! a summary ot tho news ot tbo week, local imd district 1 year in advance C months, in advance 75c; THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine L.M.NortUam Craribrook, B. BcntlW ft O. U Helnecka. Diamond Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B.- C. World Wide News Co. Brown Brown 213 4th St. Spokanc-The Jamieson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R.' Tralni Cress Drug Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson fc Cope. Alexandra Hotel Peopla'i Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Uros. Drug Book Co. Fernle B. Bea! Liberalism in Ontario NEWTON W. is big en- ough for the shoes of Liberal lender in Ontario, and big en- ough for ihe position of Premier of that province. He is the very finest type of 'ir.un, absolutely clean in hi-j -public aud private life, possesses high Jdenls of public service, and under his leadership new vigor and hope should possess the Liberal party in Ontario. Mr. Rowel) is a lawyer, who ranks high fn Ontario, -and as a speaker ho lias lew equals on, the platform. He once attempted to enter public life and that was against W. P. Mac- lean in East York. Liberal party in Ontario, it it Adopts a progressive policy should gain strength in the Legislature in that province. It went out of'pow- It "includes plunks advocating- the ab solute control by the province of the retail liquor business, woman 'suffrage, public ownership, taxation of land val ues, and increase in the successi sion iluties. Mr. Rdblnette is a progressive in his Ideas and the Liberal party, i order to gain headway, must be pro- gressive. Me says further: "Too long have Liberals in Ontario oeen opportunities and time-servepj chained to methods of expediency and dictated to by ..men wiro disdained lo consult the people, and endeavored to impose upon tho community their own, rather thaii public, opinion. The le of cliques must ceuce. This must be entirely changed if Liberalism in Ontario is ever again to raise Us head and press onward to victory. .There er because of :the misdeeds of some must he but one rule in the adoption has hud to live (of a policy for the people of the prov- of its leaders, and down a bad record. ell's direction, it should regain its place in public confidence. T. C. Robinette, K. C., one of the leading Liberals in Ontario, has out- lined si policy, which he thinks the Lib- erals in that province should adopt in'juit'ar ab urfs are 2165 sin 27S2 favor of reciprocity: It has not been possible to ohtnli absolutely comploM "ret'tlros fo'r at Alberta constltuttnclkB, in official anil available, they much tho sumo [story as do tho Saskatchewan Hsnres. Reciprocity WHB triumphantly endors- ed in six out of -the seven ridings, the majorities Lwlnjfi Kdmouton. lion. P. Oliver Ur. Waruock Modlclne Hat, W. A. llnchauan Red Deer. Dr. Clark Struthcoua, J. i. Victoria, 11. v. f, 621.' In Calgary, R. B. Beinctt, the Con- servative, had 2S63 majority, lie ob- tained his majority in tho city. In Alberta, as in Saskatchewan, had the -province received its just rejire- yemation, the standing be: Liberals, 11.; Conservatives, Such a record of enormous major- ities throughout the West, is one of sno most significant features, of the contest. The-y reveal the strength of tile low tariff sentiment of tile West, a sentiment which shows that, so far frqrii being weakened, and Intensified .by thu rejection o( reciprocity by Ontario. Tho Louder concludes: "Prior to tho polling1 lust mouth, the Lender said If -tiro Big Interests wore nuocemful n their effort "to deprive the ,-Woat natural nmrkol, they would 1ivo o regrel'their folly. We pointed out] hat the reciprocity1 pact did not langer their Interests and legitimate irotlls, that It. 'dealt primarily with latiiral products, but If -those Big n- eri'Sts wore so shortsighted as to op- lose such n measure doslgnM to ben- iti't the farmers, and were successful n their opiKJsitlon, a much more dan- .orous agitation, that Is. dangerous to ho protected Interests, would .arise-1 u agitation iiot for free trade In nat- :ral products, but for lower tariff nil long the line. Time win demon- tratc the truth ot that prediction, and tie majorities rolled up ou the prair- is last month for freer trade and lar- CT markets ari evidence of'the orco which will be behind that agita- 011, and which will ultimately, efore long, too, triumphantly 'carry, no low tariff party to victory." OUR POINT OF VIEW Boost Lethbridge! The Tory swing of victory hadn't censed on October 31, but it can't last, ill the tlnici Tho A. and G. Liberals join in he cheers for the Tory victory. are not surprised, 'We If the Nationalists get their way, tho iext election ivill be a referendum in regard to thy navy. The city officials nre back nt work now, Tliyy are eiiyerly waiting for another election, lit order to huve a few holidays. And China gets a new minis- ter, too. She's following in Canada's footsteps. Like Borden, lie has his troubles ahead, too. Hon. F. D. Monk, tlio new Minister of Public Works, made the statement, riie other day that "he himself had been given uot only the honor of a Medicine Hat believes in Its advan-jplat'e in the Cabinet, but of choosing Snaps-Farm and City Property 640 acres with 400 acres Minder cultivation; fair buildings; all fenced; good well; in a spkiftclid locality; on very easy -terms.- Apply our office for price. 480 acres, with good housa; 200 acres under cultivation; all fonce.d and1 all steam plow land; to good town, af; per aero, 480 acres, with good housd and barn; .160 acres under cultivation; all slcam plow land; on payment plan; per acre'.: at oasy, 68 ft. on 12 tl St. A. South, JtUciiig.iiorth; a snap terms. G room fully mo.de m house, (i niontli rent. in eiisy or, .130 per Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 1 Phone 1212 ages as an industrial centre, and it going to proclaim That's the wa them to the his colleagues from Quebec province." It is clear Mr. Borden is in tho hands of tlie Quebec Nationalists, all right. I the, hands of the 1911 congress, and i this consideration was given. Out of the Prophesying (Edmonton A 'spesker at a religious conference itHl the newspapers should catch the The C.P.R. Shops Agreement (Calgary In a recent issue the Lcthbridge Herald commented under the.beading Stung" on the agreement made between'this'city and the Can- rophetic note. A good many- of them Id catch it a few iback, but Under Mr. of to do' what Cropped it on the 21st ult., with u sud- Is best for the province as a whole an permit, the people to say. what th best should be." That's the way to speak out. It best to be people-want i dependence within the party. Border's Troubles Ahead threat -on behalf of the anti-ua party: "We shall have a referendum on ti narino question. I am sure Mr. Bo jden will carry out this promise that h the navy question, bis powers a, on ti leader and statesman will be taxed tujgroum, tlmfc the .Canadian peopl the utmost. Few people have have a navy only if the niajo ROBERT LAIRD BORDE.N'S hies as administrator of Cana- da's affairs have not.commenc- ed. When lie roaches a discussion of j idea of the vicious sentiments of iMessrs. Monk, Pclletier and .Nantel, members of his Cabinet, on that great issue, aud it is just as well that they should become acquainted .with views expressed by ftlese gentlemen prior to th-3 election. N'o ono is likely ro accuse ,T. Cnstell Hopkins of being a Liberal. It. -is from his Canadian'Annual Review that the following description of a characteristic speech by Mr. Monk .re taken. The Review asserts that it was Hy was willing-to have it, and if ill men now In possession of the er neglect to carry out this article o our programme, we shall take mean to have'it carried." Hon. Jean Prevoat, one of M Bourassa's lieutenants, was the priu cipal speaker at a'meeting of Sir. Nai tej'5, in St. Jerome, Quebec.' th climax of his speech he waved thi French tri-cplqr. ''This is th-o flag we are going t PIANO Used at Noi'dica's Concert on played by M. Uomayne Slmmona, on sale at u reduced price at our wnreroome. The public Is invited to In- spect this and other designs, ranging In price from J280 up, with- out obligation. MASON CO., DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE 711, shops, nor wouw'tit. be fair that the railway Company should bear the onus of endeavored to and unreasonable terms. It is pro- bable that had not the council and the railway eaca approached the bargain with a fair and open mind, the agree- ment, would not havo been as equit- able as it is. "fvst fe Getting a Stirt "Well, said the man, wfio had wandered back to the old village. "So the Eagle House.is atill the Eagle rlouse. No change after twenty years." "Thers have been a few re- sponded the oldest inhabitant. "Since 'oii've been gonff the hotel has been the1 Grand Central, the 3rand Union, the Grand Junctidn, the Great Northern, the-Great Southern, lie Imperial, the Regal, and the lion' House. She's just starting the circuit for the second time." Courier-Journal. ROBERT SAGE. U. E. EVUI44.L. Printers Stationers, Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extension of premitet, they have arranged to keep their in full swing as at present PECULIAR AND PERTINENtT Fn Pnrig white horses are emplojpert Tor'the funerals of children or yoitng unmarried people. The River. in Scotland, -has een the subject of more poems ny other stream in the British Isles. The title "admiral" is derived from: i Arabic phrase, meaning "ruler he ten." Tret Not Doing 111 Duty Out In East Cleveland, on the other Ide of Sir. Rocekefeller'a eitate, vhere there are wheatfleltla and wood ands and country lanes, there dwelli a 'IHtle boy. That child recently pro- mised a friondly neighbor that he TOiild bring her a bushel of" walnuts .Ilia Ho knev: where the trees verc, he was sure he could make ;ood. But on the day he named for dellv- the goods, he did not Hrrlve. A reck parccd, and he was still tardy. it tho end of 13 days he appeared at e neighbor's back door with about a art of nuts. "I'm awfully breathlessly, th' ree ain't'Ityln' very well this year." Plain Dealer. Conservatives S unietic Cluh, Is tbo newMt t'lagara Social At tbini i RIFPBREiVT "Why, a year ago you told me this place was easily worth Nor you estimate its value at less than JIO.OOO." "You must'- remember th_at I trying to sell it to you then. you want to sell it for THE OVER- SEAS CLUB Lcthbridge Branch Smoking Concert in St. Aug. tin's Hall Friday, .Nov. 3rd at 8 n.m. The general an- nual meeting of the club will 'be held at 8 o'clock sharp, -when officers.for the ensuing year will be elected and im- portant bufifnoM transacted. Seven million persona are employed a hil the cultivation of the vine fn THE CANADIAN BANJC OF COMMERCE s MAVt INSTALLED IN THKIK VAtTLT A NMT OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES W TOU HAVE TTOE DEEDS. MOftTOIGES. Iffi'URANCE POLICIES.1 OR OTHER VALUABLES SHOULD BK LODOED IN ONE OF THESE BQXtf Ldhfeatec Branch C G.LL Noorse. MgrJ ;