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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PHONE, And Newt Department 1224 DECEMBER 190? I Publishing CD LcthbpJdae. A teita W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T, W, QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRAN'CE Busineti Manager PHONEi Advertising Circulation And Jcb Departments rn im.mhs, -mouth, delivered..... DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATtS 1 year, by mail 52.00 6 months, by mall 35c. l nun til. by mall chunifc.! as often de-ircd. but bith f.dcli esses must ba given. THE DAILY HERALD FOK SALE AT 13.00 11.50 25c. and old Book Aore: Co.; Jacks undra Hotol: Btorc; Kenny Hamilton. on .I Co.; Alax- Allin. Co.; H. w. J' MllL'LtI1: link p Lompany. Fertile, B. Heal, Bran. Dru( ft Book Medicine .M. Norlham. Cranbrook, 0. and Atcninsoii. L. llelntcka Diamond City Dnis Co. Vancouver, B. Wida News Company. Hn-wn Brown. Sliftt., Jumieson News Co.. 705 Riverside Avtmu- Alto on all C.P.R. trains I year in 51.50 in advance m out Hi in The Battle Kings' -UIE WAR in the Balkan, is being VJu..the event of.TuVji.y Vi.ig. benre, ivageil with an -energy am: fierceness which. has rspmethlng .-more-behind the display than that of nations fighting solely for preserving the autonomy- of their respective (-states, la one sense it is a war of ambition, with the slogan of the dif- -lerenfc- kingdoms. '.'The Balkans for Balkan States." It is a battle of .i the kings for kingship in its primary sense, unA the formation of a Halkanl ,p league to lend the weight of power' fund authority where expansion, in case'Is regarded as; essential. VJn this way it is uot only u war but tlie means ....t: ...raiii uBtnui IL ute amoition. of the IK is to be realised. and lorcod to ask. for quarter'.at. the I'er. adversaries, ..jvi.ll tlie kingdoms como to an amicable ar- rangement with regard to the disposal nf the spoils? Uvcn so. to whoiii is to fall .the share of the rich prize of Con- stantinople, and will the powers cf Europe nermit it to have any occupa- tion, other .than iis present one? The "sick man of Europe" is a nec- essary'evil. He is there by-tolerance only: To preserve him in his present position Great Britain engaged in the Crimean war. So alter all the bloodshed that has ensued, and will ensue, it may well be i.lied if the ambition. of the people 2. niithnrliu.sut Ottawa, oh! HIP iniiK or government bookkeeping. If ilie Uulkaii stales hail only knuw the Turks were such a big'bluff as 1 Ilrsi class power ihls war would nnv been over long ago. Hulgai-la'., iu pres. U'lit.wa-r shouui make the bis fellows sit and rub i heir ,.yes. Imagine, svlf-sujirriorliy has lulled them Inio false esliimiies ot Hie prowess of the little fellows. The Literals of Muskoka have wise- ly decided not 10 conlest ihe an proiicliluK bye-election. 1, a servailiv hive and the Liberals will sain more in.the His iiomnwnl'party divide. The Breaier powers had liotlor let '-at- slatc-s iiiibii 'their Turkey llll'r. Interference would onlv mean anoiher war in the n.-ar Having proven superiority Ilalliana; will never asala submit :ho imolcj-ublij domination of the moslem. Clem Siubbs says Hon. Thomas Grothers. the Minister of Labor is Duttiufr into industrial disputes where he is uot wanted. The opinion'of the employers llmy ue samo fm. _ impossible, for a Labor minister t please everybody. liorden should bo ublo to lions tho niQi'e Importuning ones. If th on hi. won't havo any Held me left for the next election. Suiiato not supposed to be partisan ie department of asriculluro a great work for the funnel of Alberla but there Is no use in c coiiraaliig enierprist's and ihon kil ins ihe frnlis of enterprise by ins weeds to grow UIGUR the hlfil ways. Klll-tlienVieds. William Foster Garland is the Tory member for cWi'ion. .Must be a close relation of our frteud Wllilnm Garland-Foster, of. Nelson, who woulc havo been a much more estoenteti member for Kuoteliay than Holiert F _ If the hue Honorable William Gladstone- is in ,1 position to look down on Balkan war, what a smile o! grim satisfaction must H Imniiiato his countenance as he sees Uie hordes of the of the damned" flee beforj. tlie Christian forces. The great ilrltlel: statesman in his life was a warm friend of tue -struggling liitle states. I The Board of Trade is fliliie ri-l in keeping up the agitation for th bridge at Diamond City, but wouldn- 't be as well to etit out references t laber and the way it is attracting trade which should tome to leth bridge. There is nothing gained in such remarks, and especially whei the proposed bridge' is in the riding of which Taber forms a part Tlie sovernment must bo convinced that the bridge is a. work for the benefit of Southern Alberta in onto- to -el the money from Hi? legislature poor polities to openly tile hos- tility of another town to the project. Chicago's mayor is in favor of an all night saloon because he thinks nisht workers havr as much Tight to access to booze joints as day workers. That souuds-.reasciiitble but the trou- ble .would a lot of day work- ers would stay iu ihe saloon all night id night workers 'wiren they had w drinks would decide to remain all day. -Mr. Ccderre, who now is a member I of tho Bordeu government, apparently swallowed ths dose with his eyes 'hut. in an Interview at Uont'rsaMie said he did not know what lhe naval mlicy Is but would be able' to -tell I about it after lhe premier spealjs In Vestmcuut next Wednesday. Thighs .doubtful, but it all goes .to show hat Mr. Coderre has decided to staW nnythiug so long as a nice fat I portfolio is attached to the string. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF ORNIN Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Buildin P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 faruis moral prestise is conccmeil. doiiltt, the trinmiihal ending cf the i give these kingdoms weight in the of Europe. In this regard lies the great danger to Etircneim peace, for tile outcome jis baunit to bring about a series of -Vintcrnational complications, Servia, .y it is acknowlcdgffd, is anxious to ei- lend its bounaanes'-sc as an -jniHet to the Adriatic. Against this desire lie the provinces of Bosnia audf tlon which it "will take wises Herzegovina, now forming part of the and best diplomacy of the chauhelltr j Qt EurQpe BETWEEN A years ago the Lo'thbrldgB Brewery used to, buy barley for maH One spring -Nick TaUingcr of Claresholm sold tlie, proprietor of the thirst allaying emporium several car- loads of the grain, and wanted to se uouuj, Uie triumphal ending cf the sorao but refused to tab. favor of the Balkan kings .will lots in payment.. He wa; bs of much v-ilue. Their tlle city day. and was tered-throughout Majcedonii.and. IJoii-i tellins abcut It. He never cracked will'be delivered from'the''op-r1 smlle- jiression of a foreign alcnVJ.." will be 'worth fighting.-for. 'Snt.-the .lots, apiece.-" something .heyoml foreiib'des' r Germany Doesn't Want Wai WB ARE BEING TOLD 'th'af Britain's worst 'enemy'' i Germany, j. A. M. Aikins, M P.. even declares that we are at wa now with the German people. Thli. is the talk of th'.1 men who are carried away by Uie idle talk of tha imperial isi element. The Intelligent German Is uot talking war, rather lie cinpha seeks peace. sizes that Germauy Speaking the other day at Toronto before a gathering of 'business men Gusiave Streasaman. president of ,1ha German Canadian Economic As- sociation, of Berlin, declared: is with great regret that I have found the opinion existing in Canada, strengthened by many erroneous re- ports that the German Empire, the German Emperor, or the German na- tion are entertaining unfriendly feel- ings toward England. H is positively .ridiculous. I Laughter and applause.) the present time Germany and England 'were hand in hand' in an 'en- deavor to localize the war in the knns. We know the fKaispr, and all hs is ihe-lKSt friend of peace .in the world." said Dr. Strcscmana in con- clusion. Canada's contribution to; naval de- fence should not be inspired by the fear that lhe Mother Country willl soon have to face the German Empire! in war, but rather we should pay our' debt to Great Britain by assisting ier iu defence. We owe ihat to thi Mother Country, possibility of iiniued lite trouble or not. The Canadiat lavy idea worked out at its best if he policy that will most appeal to Canadians and at the same time be approved in tho mother land. LEI the navy be substantial and let it Ire at ihe service of the Empire when- ever tho Empire is at war. If Mr. The -glnlc- who elucidated' to the effect that there is nothlne new under Ihe sun. must have done sa while un- dor the pipe dream Cp in tho Dam-site town, known to tlie world as Bassnno. the enthusiastic.' natives once in a while spring a joker and their last one is a pippin. Thev ro goins to piano ina'rathdn Now, if some kind friend will rise and explain just what a piano mara- thon is, he 'will be In line for a Car- negie -modal. We have heard Mark Hambonrg tinkle the ivories'at a live. and the piano dauce ;m th-e- moving pictures, -but a mara- thon on the popular parlor instru- ment of amusement and torture is be. youd our kjft. Hassano ought, to move; it4 canal up Mars, where the natives are wise 10 all the new ones. Tksreiarfv feivi little changes in tue city nolic'iAorce lately thst-iht public Uces not know about, as yet Read -them over and see what vou think of them: Tip. to the bonebeaii. helmet lill sooji appear. Court is announced by the sergeant in charge with due pomp. Court Is adjourned ih the same win I he C. P. R. Company Are Offering Farm Lands In the Lethbridge District. Also City Lots At Very Moderate Prices, Payable on Easy Terms For Full Particulars Apply Wilson Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. AGENTS Phone 1343 T I i I Hiere is a little military precision m changing patrols. The burly cops line up behind the" burly sergeant in charge of the shift. Horden can establish that there is an emergency, that Britain needs Inimeil- into aid. then there might be reason for a contribution of money or Dread- noughts, but a good many of us are beginning 10 wonder if tho much talked of German menace is not a bugaboo of interested shipbuilders and politicians. Adopt pt XJommissioh Idea IE 1XADVISAU1L1TY of ch ic, .hould not be at the mercv J. council i partnient must parent not'only to citizens-in general, .bin iu the'inembcrs of the city council themselves. These gcutlehreii cannot lint perceive thai they have 'been Control of the police de- caprice, and it is dilliciilt to got away frniii ,lmL as con. stiluted, there is at any rate seme tear ammiB its members us to this in- This approlicnsim, cannot I'lit have n bad effect, if it is allowed exist, on the morale of ihe force, cvr-n in the way nf unround. is in Hits rusnrd should be removed. The made4hc victims of abuse-by a certain I Anything cv of lhe public for wha't Cl1 suspicion considered hlgli-liaiuiod measures re- removed. :sarding the late chief of police. .Not The dutv of tliat, this matti'i- o'' criricicim i it- should trol of the police umi.t to, ,lolico _appVL-lieiiEion of Chiof Davis taken It must-show that the present 'control of the police department is not altogether sallsfaciory. Mow is the time.Jor the'city council ce'coiumls- down lhe 'police .fiato ils powers to :i [iui "pion on lines already lal kle'partmcnt like tlut or olhcr cities, should eiigarn the mediate attention