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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGE TWO HERALtt, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909. Daily Herald treatment in the British market. "The conscience of the London Morning Post, a leading1 champion of protection, S'A-nis to Be troubled by the notion of the- protectionist child forjretting its It would dis h.nest to talk strengthening the Kmpire Post, .reform, says foo'l duties were re- s thai con- St., of th Established December, 1907 th Published by the Lethbridge Herald vast Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful j 1Klti -mil t-xpenditun.-> evening at its office, Letl-ibridge, Aibeita, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, delivered Daily, threa months, delivered .Daily, one month, delivered Oaily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail a large moreas' Consequently, it yp- decisioii of the ta iff -re- i .'fiiii-iti i-> tax colonial produce at u lower rate than foreign produce, in- s-toad of admitting it This, ii says, iH.-t only meets the ne-ed of re- j but brings the proposal sys- tem "f preference into lino with that of flu- Dominion's, "which maintains principle of British im- 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 by a similar device the drawing revenue from Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of ine world's news of the week, local and foreign. 'We in Canada would no for ooniplaint if Groat Britain treated our imports as wv tr. at hers. But our position in the British'mar- h.-t would probably be damaged if tree trade were abolished., an i im- manner pro- restricted in th pos.fl by tlw Post. "It is' no; likely that the Canadian fanner much benefit from, the preference ovt-r foreign jrivals. Without any prefer nee Cui JUDGMENT GIVEN AGAINST THE LABOR'LEADERS Washington, 2.-In the trial of tlie apivtl o> the case ui Gomper.s, and Mitcaei! for contempt of court, the court hold'thai the fun- dam -n'tal issue was whether the stituti'.'nul of jrovcrnment s-houkl be obeyed or defied. The mere fact that the defendants wfiv the of- ficvrs of organized labor in America, j said tin- court, lent importance to th.- east- and added the gravity the situation, but .it Should not be j p rmitted to influence the result. "If j an organization of citizens however liirce." the court held, "may disobey j the mandates of the court, the same reasoning would render them subject to individual d-iiance. Both are sub- ject to the law and neither is above it. If a citizen, though he may hon- believe, that his rights have been. invaded, may elect -when and New Valencia Raisins end New Peels to what extent 'he will obey the man- dates of the court and the require- ments oi'ilie law, vMTe interpreted by ___ _. .the' court instead of pursuing the ada is takinrr ihe United I con-so of appeal, not only the courts iltieBentieyGg. Ltd. Wldesale and One year, in advance States as an exporter of wheat, :re govermnent itself would be- MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. L CARDS Six months, in advance ........75 ;-Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD Is' on sale at the foil-owing places: Cross Drug and Book store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston GJ., R- W. cause in Canada production is keep- a long way ahead of home con- sumption, while in thi- United States home consumption has "almost over- taken production. In a free, open market. Canada hn., everything to hope and nothing ,.io fear. But she luis so'ihething io fear from tariff form, which i? intended to diminish the volume of food imports. Free trade in Great Britain means the largest possible market for our own come powerless and society be re- duced to a state of anarchy." The action of the supreme court j of the District of Columbia in sen-1 t-nicing Sainiial Gompers, John jMit-1 chell and Mr. Morrison to 12, 9 and j G month? imprisonment in jail, re- spectively, was the result of their PJionc 15' IETHBIIIDGE TROUBLE OVER ELECTION OF W. C. T. U. OFFICERS St. John, N. B., Nov. discussion took place this afternoon Pincher J. Mitchell, D- L- foods. The people of the. United j McCrea. i Kingdom as good a right to; Bros Drus Book Co T: failure to ob.-y the order of the court ovtl- votc W. C. T. U. president. .directing them to desist from placing hav.> as good a right to i lhe Bllck and Range Company Action as we have. But it c. T ,M T.. Some, delegates thought that one or ATTEMPTED BURGLARY MADE AT STORE Stafford and the Marauder Was Disturbed and Hurriedly Left Monday night at 6.45 p.m. Messrs. Stafford 'and ,Agnew left their "store and >ibout eight o'clock Mr. Stul.rord return.-d with a traveller. .As he entered the front door of the store re heard a man go out the back win- dow, taking, the greater portion rf the glass with him. Upon investiga- tion a small stone was found on the floor between the stoves. It had bee n thrown from the lane through the office window but only left a.sina1} hole. The safe was untouched money was missing. Upon exam- ination of the back window it was found that a stone had been thrown through the lower pane into the ftore A burglar had carefully pulle-l rut tlie broken pieces of glass and oare- fullv laid them on some boxes to WASHING i Washing your car in the cold wwather is very import- ant.. We have u competent man in charge of this depart- ment. The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Voad.St. w "HORSES HORSES I I I ii If you want horses at I, F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what-you want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Lethbridge Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Eeinecke. Grassy Tughani. Bow F. Wens. Hole! Nevrs Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. j does seem strange that some Canad- ihve been clamoring for the de- struction of the great free market Irom which Canada lias sc> much to hope." OUR POINT OF VIEW The Liberals of Vancouver put in the field the strongest aggre- gation of candidates' they 'have ever THE NEW YORK ELECTION The election of "Judge Gaynor as of Xe-w York is another signal triumph for Ta nun any and Boss Mur- phy in spite of the desperate attempts made to defe'at the organization that has made municipal government in the greatest city on the continent a :by--vvord among the nations and a standard for com- parison in '.the evils of what a munici- pality can suffer and endure. What would have happened if Hearst had stayed out of the field and united forces with the Republican-Fusion party is hard to conjecture. Terrible charges of bribe'ry and of partnership In 'the atrocious' white slave traffic made against Tammany and it was thought, by many that, even the excellent reputation of Judge Gaynor would nxit be sufficient shield to ward off successful attacks on the Tam- many organization and system. But this has not proved to be the case. Tammany has a perfect organization and Boss Murphy seems to have had it well in hand and won out. Another incident in the contest which has attracted world-wide at- tention is the downfall of 'Hearst. The last time he tried for the mayor- alty he came close enough to expect to be counted in by a recount of the ballots and -his opponents had such fears of his that they opposed .gtrt-nuouslyV; every effort to secure a satisfactory recount. But in yesterday's contest tie is a bad third had in a provincial election and j of St. Louis "on their "Unfair List' prosecution of a boycott against the corporation. Chief Justice .Sheppard in dissent- ing opinion, held that the decree should be reversed as he was con- vinc'.d that the lower court was with- out authority make the only order which the defendants could be said to have, -disobeyed. As forecasted by two more ballots had been cast than make a hole large enough to The burglar was evidently d: i i Mr. (.rompers in a.recent issue oi the snould stand a.-good chance of get-- r ederationist, an attemot will be rin-r the maiontv oi the seats. i _ to appeal the case to the TJ. S. ji T supreme court. The rieht of appeal tiuch a g-atherine as the Lavrnen s however, is a matter ot .controversy. to nil appearances is down out both as a municipal and as a tional political figure. and EDUCATION OF CITY AND COUN- TRY BOY the Bowmanville The editor of Statesman, is a leading Ontario journalist and whose -a one of and most widel ey journals of that proving centiy ]laiKied Out quoted the educational practice of Ontario which to a greater or less ,-xtent to all parts Re said: than activity learn Practical teacher Public school. On in the way of a a thoroughly useful and business edueaTion i.s th- Pursu-.-d by some so long as the "salary is years spent in tv-achim forty-five years of are country boys rural senouc? obstacle teacher Ten school and -j v 1 i 11H Vt1 convinced us that the very b-st er is not too good for the girl, md boys who are in training for bly fifty years of uscfuf work sfter leaving school." THE BRITISH MARKET That the boasted tariff rffvrm po-lev- it' adopted in Great Britain would not be of any bcnetit u- C-Aaadinn trade in Great Britain, is pointed out Toronto .Star in a recent edi- torial. Any policy that increases the price of food products is a hindrance to trade and will have the effect of decreasing the amount purchased. On this subject the Star says; "Tariff reformers in England show a tendency to thrust into the back- ground the question of preferences for the colonies. The tendency is inter- esting, because the movement for pre- ferential trade was the mother of the movement for protection. The read- justment cf: the food duties was put forward by Mr. Chamberlain as the essential part of his proposal; -and a strong effort was made to> line up the colonies in a demand for "preferential Missionary'Movement supper of last night points out clearly that more men are interested in religious mat-i ters than are. generally credited with any such interest. Some that as this de- cision finds the contempt to have been a criminal offense the .court of appeals would have the last say in the matter, at is has in all criminal cases in the district. Others con- ten that as right of free speech and tib.rrty of the press .the labor leaders may appeal. will be taken towards action "C. A. Magrath, "Bob" Rogers and H. .R. Einnierson will form quite an anti-navy party. "Bob" will assume his usual role Of adviser to the fed- eral parliament and .the others will endeavor to carry out his advice. j j arrest of. until the mat- Turning calamities to benefits. and oi aPPeal been determined. loss to profit can be no hotter ex-! Frank the only one of the amplified than by the turning of the in .vrhile Frank slide, an. awful catastrophe, in j disaPPointed -over the adverse decis- ion. of the cour, declared today that he. found much consolation in the were accounted for by the number present. Miss Archibald thought that the convention should know how this had happened. Another dele- gate from the province of Queoec" -re- marked that the matter was very im-' portant. The present question was not a serious" one but if they allowed It to would allow others to slip and the evil would increase. Mrs. Gordon moved that the discus- sion be dropped and the president, as a final measure, put the question of having the whole election gone over again. .This was lost. Mrs. 'Stevens, of Ontario, elected corresponding secretary. By rising1 vote Mrs. Annie 0. Rutherford, of. Toronto, was elected honorary presi- dent. Mrs. Bullock of St-. John, was .elected treasurer, and Mrs. McKin- vice "president. During tlie discussion on affairs at the government house, Halifax, Miss Archibald said she did not think that Lieut. Governor Eraser drank wine himself, but he kept it in the cellar. ed before he had time to make a se- lection from the largex stock of rard- ware.. 'TAY PAY" SENDS REGARDS TO CANADA a. great lime-kiln, the communitv. a .sreat benefit to lhe idea of sendin? an exhibit to dissenting opinion of the chief justice. fames N. Beck, of counsel for the Omaha is worthy of consideration. It Buck Stove ancl Range of means the expenditure of several hun- !St- Loxuis' complainant in the Sam- dred dollars. The question to decide I uel GomPers, Frank Morrison and J. is whether the 'city would get corre- j Mitche11 case-- his gratifi- sporiding benefit and if it" can afford j cation from ll standpoint today to make the outlay this year. Think at the of the District Court to make the outlay this year, it over. The matter of a street railway fran- 5s one that should be v.-rv care- j of Appeals of the District of Colum- bia in-holding the labor'leaders 7ft i C O A L Best Lump on the per ton coal, delivered., Address 'postcard to .New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. 261 City Agent: S. 9 H.'U... 3-3; 7.6 p.m fir patb St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND Street. tt.oa.. 2.3. 7-3. Bompas and Phone: Dft- J- E. Surgeon, Accoucner. Bloct. Hours-Till 9 u tc 3 to 5. 7. to 8 inf nich.t. 342. D. A. TAYLOO ist, Eye, Ear, Throw Stafford Letbbridge Office a.m., J'B p.a, "-3 p.m. Toronto, Nov. Dr. Burke, editor- of the Catholic Register and Canadian received a let- ter today'from T.'P. O'Connor, th-e distinguished Irish Publicist and journalist now in New York, saying that he would in all probability b2 unable to visit Canada on this trip. Tlie letter contained the following message to the people of Canada: "I love Canada: its wonderful soil, j its kindly people and its atmosphere of comfort, liberty and order. The future, belongs to it. As Laurier puts it, ''the twentieth century is the cen- tury of Canada.' I may not be able to visit Canada this trip, but I shall 'visit it again when I get the oppor- tunity. I send through, you my greet- ings and handshake to the many good friends I. nave :there." Coal, Ice and PRAYING WcstcraTransfer Co. DONG BROis.Propnetorav Office opposite. Balmoral PH ON E ANOTHER EXCURSION TO OF No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllowe' every first and third Wednesday the month at 8. p.m.. FOT full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. Robin? W. President, Sec.. Boi 67. ty' saicl fully considered by the electorate Of.j establ-isnecl- any city. The_jtdvancement and pro- 1 that he considered a verr important, principle had b.W motion of the enterprise and -the safe-' guarding of the interests oi the city are both commendable .and must be :idjusted satisfactorily. j EVERYBODY TALKED .CANADA .AT SEATTLE j Ottawa, Nov. "Canada's Cy Warman has been a good frirnd j and wheat lands and western towns I to Canada and ..was the first great j and mies wire thi- chief topics newspaperman from across the line conversation among the people of the to give Western Canada its just due. j States of Washington, previous prophesies have come who visited on exhibi- will be fulfilled. a commissioner. true and there is every reason to W j tion at the Alaska-Yukon lieve that his statements with regard said Win. Hutchison. ex-M. P to Lethbridge anrt Southern Alberta Dominion exhibition who returned today from Seattle. "There are great many people there living on fruit he continued, witli families of boys and only Ottawa. Nov. The Grand Trunk ten or twenty oi fruit land, are has made an agreement with the i t'urnin? their attention our west- We had people with inquiries, FERRY BETWEEN PRINCE RUPERT AND ISLANDS govermnent for a steam ferry service ''rn fields. between Princt- Rupert 'and Queen j conie lo ll-s Charlotte Islands, contracts have oj! whom returned again been signed by Charles M. Hays for S to tel1 they had been the company, and Sir Richard Cart- to Canada and invested in either wright for the government. The 2ov- 1 townsites or farm lands. ernment gives a subsidy of two hun- 1 dr.-d dollars per trip. In winter fort- te I Arrow Lake Fruit Lands LEAVES LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY MORNING, November 11 Calgary and Macleod points on November 10th, connecting at Macleod. C Those intending to purchase this season should get busy and notify Mr Freeman at possible date. Arrow Lake Orchards M FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge S 7R Ui_ i 1 1 I LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall, Glyni St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320 letMge Aerie 1o. I 1 jy are a11 talking said Hutchison, "and tlie immigra- nightly trips will be made and in lion a: Spokane tells me that summer weekly trips. The contract "ne nas 1iad inquiries this year runs until March, 1915. Ferries will than ever before." call at Port Simpson, Jfash Bay, Mr- Hutchison leaves the Stewart, Masset, Skidgate, Queen oi tlie for Brussels, where Can- Charlotte City, Bockport, Tkoda ada is Pacing an exhibit for the big! Jedway, Collision Bay and Porcher exposition which opens there Creek, thence back to Prince Rupert, month. Why "Throw Good Money Away for oor Medicines? But whenever in need of dnig store goods, get them at the Red Cross, and you may then feel perfectly sure that you are getting nothing but the very best. We keep only purest drogs and medicines, and the most carefully selected sundries. Our prices are right The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpath Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Capita! Paid Fund D. R. WJIkJa, President. Hon. Robert Jaffray, Vice-President. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants. Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Aoootmte. Deposits of and upwards received and'inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round beiide Bentley's Store. Meets 1st and "jrd Mondays inK.of P Hall at o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. u. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.I. A..F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each mouth in the MaaJnic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive hearty welcome. A: 'C. Messer. W.M. G. V. Storkey. Secretary. P. 0. Box 537. Modern Woodmcn of America Lethbridge Camp No. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall' evtry second and fourth Wedaesdsy of the month. Visiting neighbors will waya receive a hearty welcome. Coma- cfilor. C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. 4- Clerk. N.. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK I INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted; Accounts of Mer. chants and Farmers invited; Savings Bank Department _ in connection, deposits of 51.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch 'ROUND STREET 0 OM Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Canada Western Chartered "Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents t Brokers. for Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD R C R.TCHIE-Barr n TT Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M Johnsteoe; J. Norman Hitchie. P C. Simmoim. Barristers go TO rr8aand Mo-ney to loan W. C.- Simmons 3. J. Shepherd' C F. p, CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C L Barrister. Solicitor. 6 H. H. DUN WOOD Etc. Office Acadif BloSk. Letnbndge, Alta.- nev Rl ne> Block. Phone 205. i AND oON-i Late of WiJliama Bro. Architects, Detroit. F. B. ROlTFSON-Arcbitsci. Whitney Block. A. 'Y Block. Redpatb f DOpD-Architect. Oplfarj Letnbndge. Specialist in Fireprrof mg. sanitation, beating and ventiU Sr ridge Office. Bryat Block WILLIAM WATTS and con tractor, is prepared to mateg ,free of. cost oa all kindest work m the building tra'de includ- mg repairs, alterations. Ac.' Box 611 Lethbridger and builders.. We have just opened a carpenter shop at 1266 Ford St. are prepared to do all kinds of shop and give -'estimates oa all kinds of buildings and "repair work. 27S-I IERBERT tor foundations, concrete walks, base ments and all kinds of coacrev- Terms reasonable Eaii .mates cheerfully given. Apply BOJ 630. City. WM. J. Buff Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely It will pay you to call before building. UNDERTAKING; A D D i SO N SO C takers and Embalmers. established businese in the Phone 102. Office and resident--. 321 Crabb St. Pariorn open and night. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- F. P." C., D. C. L.; CTmirdh, M. A.; M. S. McArtmir, A. Solicitors for Bank of Montreal, City of Lethbridge, and the Alberta way and Irrigation Company. Of- fice, Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alta. T. S. D< RECTOR AND riages and equipment new inr1 QJ to Parlors opposite fire ball Open day and nkrht. P 0. Box 493 ACCOUNTANT' W. D. accountant. Audits, liquidations, general account- ing, find advice thereon, Acadia Building, Lethbridge, Alta. ;