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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, .1, LETHJBKI Ml K DAII, Y Ft f ,n F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to announce that they removed from their former office? in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block MONEY TO LOAN If you have Jots n-iid want; to build we will Jpiui yon. the money. R. V GIBBONS COr F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 POLITICIANS ARE DAMAGED MEN Can't be Independent Be- cause no Independent Opinion of Canada Montreal, Oct. Mure Uiinkilif about public by the ordin- ary Canadian cUtai was urged at the closing season of Hie Provincial As- sociation of I'rotcstiint Teachers on .Saturday by Dr. Stephen Lcncork. "There Hie speaker said; "three or [0111 great questions before I he country today. Canada's trade relations with the British Empire, trade relations with the American Republic, tlic forming of Canada's na- tional defence and then the whole question of the national future con- J'ape BANQUET NEW PREMIER AT HALIFAX Halifax, Nciv.'. It. I, Honlen was dm. gueal of lionur ut a Ijanijtict teudei'cil him this LMiiing (he Uonr.e'rviiliyes Halifax and of the' Province of Suitn I hi 'unction Was a'greiit hi re- lo the to.'ist in h s ho lor Mi thanked his audience (or 'the splendid reception aucurcind him in lalifax, where he had spin I tilt tiLSt, years ot his life. Tlic irsuc which confronted the people oi' Caimila in he lasl olrctions was oi great in terest not only to Canada but U) the whole Empire. Its importance was cannot he expected that politicians] realized hv the pcunle of Canada, and can solve all'these but a'it is not amiss to express our a'pprc- thinking condi- ciution of those Liberals who placed the interests of Canada above of party allegiance and lections witli the Hritish Isles. It stronger ami better tion of affairs should he advocated. I believe firmly and thoroughly in the the who icpplc of Canada, that they can rise fought with us [or the welfare of Can- j to an emergency, hut the difficulty and of the Kmpire. The l.ibcral- (.'onsen-alive party would not be worthy of its record or of its tradi lions nor worlby of the name FOR DALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow; standing on two 63113th St..South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE UFTHSRIOSS to him- a sound opinion to exist all the time." Professor l.caeoek said that thu saw so mncji of the sorry side' Imu's if it.were not able to wclconn of Canadian politics that it was dif- the aid of such men. In some quar- ficuit (o maintain a. sound opinion, tcrs the claim has been made that Tlic real fault was not witli the p0li- the result of the election was due lo tician. From the moment he was' some hostile or unfriendly spirit elected to a scat he became a very badly damaged man, and it was very difricult for him lo maintain pcnilcnt opinion, because he ind- had promised to follow a certain leader- ship. llut he did not think that anv the part of the Canadian people to the great neighboring republic. 11 is desirable any such idea, if it exists should be dissipated and dispelled. We don't claim lo be infallible, but we 'do claiiji that as subjects of the pco- nninber of newspapers or moralilv clubs could do anything to remedy this divorce l.ptwjj-n noli tics and life of the citizen.- The only remedy................... was the slow and gradual inculcation I to Canada three prime minister: of a better idea and the creation oflal! U'em halve been of the -.2 Lots oil 15th St. North. Immediately east of new church-and close to Adams Park The finest building site in North Lethbridge, at the snap price J125 fash, balance S and 12 months Realty Co. XA CHANCE TO-OWN A FARM V We have -Ten 160 acre ready-made farms to sell, ou half .crop payments. No Money in and see'us about them, Wilkie Kerr Y. FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE V f HONE IZi- HULL BtOCK. Next. A.R. A a morn sensible aspect of our llfe- he said, pie of Canada we shall give to our public duties I he best (bat is in us and no man can do any more. This little province by the sea has given and same public "think of public life in Canada in terms of Bordcn, Laurlcr and l.cmieux. That is and the crux of "tlic' whole question is that the pcople.of Canada lack a connection between the life.of Jhe -or- dinary-cilir.cn "iind the public life of the country. What js above, all things interest in public life I here is in Cana.5-a kind of divorce between politics and thi ordmarj 01 the citizen, vorcc that a great evil Canada we have-not anj active public opinion." faith. The names: of Sir Charles and Sir John Thomson arc honored today by every citizen in Canada irrespective of party. The Courage, faith and achievements of these great leaders will not fail to inspiration to us ami I shall bci more than satisfied if I may be enabled to perform jr'y task with such advantage to my country as thai which characterized thci'r aims and their elforts. Mr. Ilbrden in closing, evprcsVscd bis thanks1'for the HYDE PARK HYDE PARK is the INDUSTRIAL CENTRE of East Calgary, having large C.P.R. Shops on west side and C.N.R. Shops on east side employing between them five to six thousand skilled workmen. Anoliici liii-ge J. ii- is fiom thatdi- given him by the dem- onstration in bis.hoiiiiC During Ins speech he made it clear that Imperial Preference ivds his ideal n.nd that belter trade relations with not have his In and industry will slur! in near J'uliirc employing Seven Tlioiis.md Men uiul you know what thai, means to Adjoining Property. Jfulc Park Adjoins all of those Industries which will make3 Lots ;id- in very rapidly. Hyde Park Lois are all good lerefslul'f, excellent view of Mountains and City and will have STREET (JAR SKKV1CK shortly, along with oilier modern improvement. .Hyde Park adjoins City Limits and Lois, are only Half (lie Price of Property across the Street inside.the limits, also small taxes which you reap tlic benefit of. Lots in Hyde Park arc selling very rapidly at present prices. Get in now and -Double your Money. Price for 10 Days, to per lot Trackage lots to Terms 1-4 Cash, balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 months at 8 percent Discount allowed to all Cash Buyers TITLE GUARANTEE Roonpi 1 13la 8th Ave. West Phone 2299 Calgary, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN On improved fiimi landa and city property. TO RENT .2.cojiifortabie.8 roomed houses on Conrt- land St., seiTij-moderii, por uionUi. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Wock. Phone 1325. SIR ROBERT TALKS FRANKLY TO MINISTER American Methodiits For Their Gw. Angus. E Shantz Angus Shantz Room 107 Sherlock Building 2 St. and Int. Ave. N.; 4 room house and .stable on. .rents for 110.00 per mo. MM 1 new school site, N. 2 room shack on, J2.i 20, Inured for lliio.oo.......... 7 BOOM NEW 6th Ave. S.; lot 43 ft. frontage; -Is very modern, and on filll cement'basement; email payment cash, bal., terms, i..... 93500 or excbanKe on city l .all.be cultivated; 105 broken; house; atable; well, all .fenced; cuflh fAOO; bal. 1-2 near Vermilion; will lejl for 1-2 equity n-hlch balance 11600 easy terms, at 6 per cent. Price per acre 113 00 for sulidivl.ion. Criticized Metnod> of Attracting People to tha Churches Porte" 'NOV' 3-Slr Robert in L" isnslish in on 200 MtethodhV I'reacliers at their and pitched ini0 American Meth- sts. especially ministevs ad- mil to (heir churches attractions ic Shaw of music and concerts >'o preach short sermons lo humor busy public. said sir Robert "you rannot fill your churches by preach- ng mediaeval sermons. A preacher mist be up-to-dalo. In Britain, I Bm Slad to sa.v. it is no( necessary to advertise special music and u picked Oiiarfetto in order to induce Method- iste to come (0 church. A preacher there does not subordinate hinit'rif to counter-attractions: ,1 have sesn more of such sacrifices: In America and in Canada than I like lo see. I thin niich sacrifices should cease, llathoi Ism was born in a pulpit. th Piiblic declines the whole fabric d .dines. And the pulpit does U'ben ollop "Why give us a time-tried weapoi Ihc Gospel In Its purity, delivered b a strong preacher, that has tough the bat'Ilos of Jletlioilism for a, nun cliBd and fifty years, for new and ini proved The preacher whc preaches the old Gospel, but. In up [to-dnte ways, that are understood b: the people of our day, is the preaclrei who will succeed In America, and in Hrilaih, and deserve to do Hie United .States consideration BREATH MUST Ndf" -SMEUL OF LIQUOR it is overshawod'jd, as it to The Alberta EXCHANGE Trachagt Property, Intftfi for Proptrty, FHONI BALMORAL BLOCK, LtTHiRIDflt 'BELL MOP" FOR 52 YEARS ban Diego, Nov. La del, years Ji bell boy, celebrated his h birthdfly here a dnye ago. Jlla last Job in a hotel "was at. t.hc.U. S. Grant, which he left but a weeks ago. He is now elevator ,in the Union biiilUinp. lie was born in Hudson street, New Yorki uhen the f.lioronghfnrc one of the iasnionsljle residence atreet'j or the nctropoiis. Ho became a boll boy at 16, and >mcc then hns worked at the Rucking- mm, the Ri. the" Palmer Hoiive, Chicago; the Morton UOUM, N'tw Vork, l.hfs Piedmont, Atlflnti, the Hoto, Savanah, and the Tamps Bay nntcf, Tft'mpn.'beiiulea many holism; ot Iciser tl.e Grand Trunk and Canadian North ei-n Employees Will Be In- stantly Dismissed Toronto, Nov. Grand Trunk d Canadian .Northern railways wi Henceforth rigidly enforce the rul concerning the use of on the! roads. Yesterday and ou Saturda ttiree conductors were 'off their run on account of using' litiiio! An order has gone forth that em ployees on whom the smell of liq is detected will he dismissed with oii't any explanation. WESTMINSTER KOAD Lots 0-10-11 anil 12 Block "W" Terms 1-3 bnl. months. ROSEBERY STARTLES WORLD OF BOOKS See H. J. H. Skeith 1343 Opp. Hot.l 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, well irnproveil: fence, well, etc. Price... 11250 cash. For particulars apply to the Land Co. J-pnUon, 1 Ko'sebsry last week-stnrtetl a discussion on a subject, one iispcct or an- other, has. been debated 'be- but apparently without practical result. With the ever-increasing out- put of the bookmaking mills, the topic nas eontiniml'iy grown in importance. Lord Rosehary, on opening the new pullding of the Mltctell Library at! winch was founded in 1877, aiid designed to accommodate oooks and (iOO readers, said: filled with "a hideous depres- sion at this enormous cemetery because, after all, most or tlic hooks are dead. There-is no man who can grapple with the libra- ries of these days. The late Lord Ac- ion was one of the most learned of men. H-s had collected u library of yorae private 'libra- he was said to read, mark, earn and inwardly digest one thick jcrrnan octavo volume -every day of lis life; but even Lord Acton couid lave produced no effect by his reari- ng on tK'j stores of the Mitchell lib and, therefore, 1 cannot hslp eeling that so enormous a collection as rather a stupefy ing and paralyz- ng than encouraging effect." Lord Hosebery poked geiUvj fun ir. Carnegie, who, when be learned the groat .Empire of China witli inhabitants wits wait- ng up to inteucctuft'l activity, would Rosebery did not 5e in 'thai a now opportunity for pro- iding libraries in addition to tlie ,200 IIQ lias alreiuly aiven. QUICK BARGAINS Stagg's Motto: Small Profits READ! TIJ1NK! FOKSALE Six hundred and seventy eight acres, jll lenced, fine land, ten miles from.Lethbudgc; Cue hundred acres broken, one hundred acres in fall'wheat; dwelling house, bam for fourteen honee, well over two hundred feet ileap, coat oight liundred dollars to build 129 feet water. Price J44 00 per acre 1-j cash, balance m 3 jeari. Leaaei and listings ot ill kinds solicited. T. H. STAGG Phone Eitate Office 5 Johnaoh 10-122-5 The Earl's speech hns been taken very seriously.in some quarters. Kdmund Uofae wrote to the papers: "I confess, without the least wish to startle, 1 think the time lias coins Tor regulating the Immense distribution ol' books. The mixed and doubtful blessing of the lib- raries scatterfid all over the country has made the supm'Huity of prinLsd master nn absolute nightmare. "We have to grof.M for the neetrte of literature in nn ever-inoreu-jhig hay- stack of rubbish. "Let mo have the audacity lo say that I iiui in favor of an enonnoim de- struction of jirlnt3d books. I believe n selected and.concentrated libraries. Something- must be done in that sense. We must start n tendency toward con- centration IHH! selection, or else the ibrarians will go the public, ace to face with gigantic s of rnbblih, will up reading The London Gufiillmll Librarian, when consulted the aaid: "The wholfr subject of weeding out by no new and has engaged i the attention of library authorities foi' many years.. Tho question is such a Knotty one tliat no central body of could, be constructed- and no code of rules formulated to.deal with it. i "Properly, ravery. libia.v is u lav I unto itself in regard to the; fiolection ot .books. The whole matter turns on tno fiueation, 'what is a useless Who is to ISLAN'DS' BIRTH IS WITNESSED BY SAILORS j og or Sealing Schooner of Strange Column .Miles High San Francisco, Cal., Nov. oirth of several new Islands in the Wog-oslov group, south of the Aletiti sJands, In the Bering Sen, wore ported by the sealing schooner El- Captain Pet-arson, from Dutch On the morning of September IB says, were lying IS miles oi f the Bogosloi- group. At four o' iloclt the watch reported, .slrsnge iE'IU-3 and sounds coming from the H and. We all want on deck and s islands enveloped in mans of name anri smoke. At the same time wo could hear explosions that Deem- ed to KO on like tba flrlnff of big guna. The iky was colored with rwimion of the llames, which shot, right up lo ihc c'iouds. then made an observation of ihe height of the column of afcim nnd smoke that had issued from tho craler, and found If lo be IHi miles hlgli. We lay there all night and next morning found that several new is- finds 'lad come up through tta oceflii -tnd that, the group haft been changed many wiiyn. When we 'left, the up was still B teaming and we could near occaaionul Flax Seed For Sale SACKED W.R. DOBBIN 3107th SI. S., LETHBRIOGE Agent for Avery Steim Plowing Enginei, FREEDOM OF LONDON FOR EARL GREY London, Nov. was lodny tlccid- ed (o present the or the city ot London to Karl Grey In recognition or liia distinguished mrvlces to the umpire. 2 loin corner 3ml St. and 5th Avc. S.. for 1000.00 each. A lot urn! n halt, next to s'.amlnlpe. with or without shack, special figures 2 corner lots. IDnfr, -.veil located, for 1375.00 each. Small house, (1 lota, for flfoo'.OiL The Dows.ey-MnU.ern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;