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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta K ME.UAJLJ) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publlihed by The tethbrldge Herald "pub'lljhlng Co., Ltd. every evening at Its office, Slxih.Streei. LelhliridflS, Alberta Can. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONt: Editorial; Advertising Reportorlalt and f circulation and News Depl.-. 1 i Job Drpts. 1224 1252 i year delivered ii inoiuhs delivered J2.SO months, delivered 11.00' 1 month, delivered .805. J1.60 25c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION S4.00 1 year, by malt G months, by mull 1 month, by lna" Addresses.chaUEOi] aa-otten ns desired, both new and old ad- dresses must be yiveu THE WEEKLY HEfJALD every Wednesday In pages. contains a summary of tho news of local and district 3 months, iu advance 50c. 1 year In advance C mouths, in advance j Cross Drus fi Hook Store, J.G.Itobcrt- soii Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Sriis Store. Co., Hamilton. Pinclvr D. McCrea. Uros. Drug Book Co. Fernifi B. Befll THE DAILY HERAi.D FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook, B. fi Alclmlson. L. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide Newt- Co. H.-owa 219 4th St. Gpokane-Tbe -laniieson News Co.. 705 Riverside Avo. Alsrf on all C. P. R. Traini OUR POINT' OF VIEW Friday, NwA' resources In adopted In I to tilfton government's ralisidiiriillon of belli- iu'ldjie'a.. demands, this city eminot v'.vpeet n land titles office or'ji'urhlini. Olilarlo Liberals Imvo .inkaii to (lib "oost every second Of o day, and every day of tin- yeiir. ljimy bi-forc way Hie .majority of Ihe vleclpiVrotwl-on Tuesday. Y, V i; j" wai'jr wugon, and If they corral the Ai-inm diy ofriululs ai-f Uiii-li on vote In that province', ' jobs now. but they arc still juvc-y should come back wlih un in- DoimtiiiK aljotil tho way they "i-oneoil representation in iho mated iho vote on election ilny. Our thanks 10 the s'oywtmisw for Hie Dry-Farming Con igress boost the return of an opponent of the gov. 'rnment. s ipb 'n bhton nmni the face, and then some of J'n Ion ni Ult s to jiiouik lo now tulfu, fridge, anil a land Hiiro office. If the .Mlchcner nolle; hat Qlhen Afraid of Abie Critics iMoutKil llei i d I'Yed JJowtivir ought to be u mem- oor of Ihe L'ity Council. He Is one 01 Ihe. moat public-spirited and best intoiuicd mtii on munkiiiil u the city. No better man could be} louud In city to servo n were in so dciliji. A dry 'fanning "courenti.oir will bo m Lethbridge buinui i mil H ib etc I Lh'ic thp pioMnu u i (.on e to LUQ lisisiante rl P in m iking thv, loji i '-notess biiLpo a th u the Hilton pnould de tint not until Leth ictu ned meiubei h d HIP confuiuire of the Sigto.1 admmis rri on tr-it th Siftqii nineiit IK in public nidi mil tin. uttu bpt i ijolil-icallv one. fo tin c utiJd jm of the opposiUon chance and.ill-coh-! s f u e ince il i ippiartu nil the light- of confirmatory evidence a deep and dark conspiracy hari' concocted by American anncxa- Lionisis and the Lauricr government! icamst t nndis in jeucndcnt pobi ion Ih lornnlo ind 1 muiic OWNERS OF 'Suite 111 to 115 P.O. Box 1S79 Phone ,1291 stai: votes gained for a party, but for the common weal. The News says: suggest to the lieonlc of A'lberUv that -Mr. norrten easily violate a sacred promise. to hold the allegiance' of the muHHiulo ot Literals, v.-ho united with'Conser- vatives against reciprocity." This la tne eicilse made by the journal in peeking to mrn aside -the criticisms lor aiiytlllng-el'je. it is fi'uite jiossiltle mat Jfr. Borden's Cabinet has so se-fected' ,but when- reasons of the h'mtt, nientionnji, ;ire. giveji; they sive grounds for some misgivings. L Natural Park for Lethbridge BTHOKIDGB is becoming known "ext coimcil throughout Western Canada as cfinr to carry out, the ready, laid down. city parks win be barely-started next year, and although -they in time joe of any other city, a convention elfy. During the liast year many important conferences or-different bortie-3 of men, represent- ing- diltorenl aphfres of life, have been neid here, and as n result Letlibridge is receiving authentic publicity In all j jiarts of tliH continent such as can be! tainetl only by some om; n-ho has j tt'j. the city. Any Irouble which the city has had In entertaining these i grounds for'some time vIsKorg has been amply repaid, and, indeed, the cily is mom ready than ever to welcome people from other part-j who come here lo attend con- ventions. must see its way program al- But. at the best, th years beforc the of They at 'cast. we doubt if either premier will talte i said on the Jay before'-the election such i pettv and we beheie] T0 PC I lo torn m it uemuit tiUsmuii ol whatever p.arly now sc mat Mi 'Vlichener is mos un u to ,ntil httnl ilocilincnt'j Imclte "-Bill-, is one 01 the liases of Uiitisl put .into tlic hands of historians, j iiolify. It woulil'miqiic lion TliLii Ho lull depths m out govern pbhjnve promoted Anglo-Anirncin mini s inuim will hi rtxeiled feeling ami have gone, far lo ce- IliL lime minis 101 ivou thing to In. j" Bn "lc 'ricnillicst rciations liutwecn Ind l-up ntn will to ttieh'u American.nations h id Host mil most gigintic plot in madians. taken another .vicn ol 01 liislou Mm been lunged for tlir cnmmercial question rcccntl aiih 1 tuadien less Insi ihan that 01 th Iituiei go crnmenl Ins Annexation Ghost fSjiungfiild RcpiililiL in) tin whom have Ijcen wholly innocot the slightest desire to under Ciiiuula-s' 'means arnplei iictlnips lor kntfe tiitli i" And in tliat.ftiiiiit I Ul> L ol and stress, which Hri- 01 have her-n more amuscil .than, the 1 o tilt Cinadiin ents of reciprocity in .chatsins l (lie Dominion's-political iadepen ]n i was h menaced Vt it i Uiston will de 1 ot tint lie m unv of thi. ui i, obvu-ibl in diis countn the result of the Canadian thai fear of Aiuerican'poHtical. pri.'ilo'.iiin anei, pined its pirt in merlin Hie I inner ent te u t inclined tu credit it with having been the nun r IM uf the ourlurn Lilnn1 after li jeiifa ti liui foni ind brside-i i o isct ijrnnst Ii In Ifie united fmnciil been guilty." llov.-iirepcsteious sueli I lnav to pass in i a cniree is nicils no proof iiiumg tlle steadily inert ising the moral luili, of this couillry may count hot ilj in the possible sfruggic. rei.son exists .why tlic relations felwcfn Britain ami America should not continue to be as cordial in the mt' n is in the past. They surely will IK Hiis, what lias been so heed- urt In with Sn Wilirnl 1 miiti scoii. mil it 11 -ilso ci'nih it c in tint wlntnei isolitcil utler ance 01 nine afton sLntnnt-iit were Next yaar, Letlibridgf will ontcrlalu ilia largest delega-iion brought Here wilh any one purpose In view, u-.npn delegates from all parts of tiu ,worid, and. especially.rroin the (lulled Octoiier to th1.; seventh meeting of.ilie In- Dry Favtnltig Congress. er, bus another ;iKHbt I saint ad and mnlinfactunng luifU stiisli noini-s T'l" oy thi in i unit for jn th Hi n th o n sUuap il pro lean peoi-ic as a whole irce, in tli on reciplocitv m 111] in n the ini'iilion foi futther pollti ot tcriitoinl iti i j bohK in politics one LI unneres irv is mnnstralion was for our ow-n inforiiiatiiii ii art not blind to the fact that the alarm so easily created contemni" s n utioi jiroi ?d b 01 d Ihi sh ulow v is pi aoout spot-.foi-i. park at nonie-dlstajioe'froni the. where a! narlr could be laid out. and jaKe.stfyM for tlie people admirably, b'cakliu Ilian I0 .'r, %i s "P.-illid cncoiiulered. almost iiiisiir- inoiiiutible dirrleiiltion (o glve'.lhe so ennaiicw Ihe beauty of jtas.ihe of having n.nnlural .nn.v-clly, as ctlcnslvo and well laid- I pnrk cfosti al. hr.jid.'and the City'Conn- out. Tfay atlrapt atlenlion. jell could do much worse I'hnnVuova -si.wl on-the pro Ulw eiiElnooi- loolt into Ihc'iuailer it! of Ihe people. In datf with :i 'carrv'- riartinular for a youni; mid npt' sliinu such sdipiiik'ln I.elii: gTowing clly, Is ilolui: so'oil work, anil THE OVER- SEAS CLUB LciiilH idgr Eraiuh Smoltiug: Cppcflrt iiv Bl. [.Aus- tin t, Hull ,'iui ,tl S II 111 I lie dl -111 lliiltriucetilis'of will ut 8 sharr- officfl-H for tllQ ojlsuluu year will IIQ olpctoil iiud Im. liortatit biiaiue.s-H wh 1 I mil siiiiiu IDJ( if Im coiitiiicnl ill should ever wgnin" jbroiijll ink th In Id Ol [iiactical 1 In in uli in f-lertionh teic'i om own [lit; a I lesson not soon to be forgotten, i N >r tin llus- sunnd be dl nil bed witlimi! ipniinillm Un Out irio patn ots who ptrmilied (hemsi'lves io be tl n itclnl Un en of Yankee dominilion lint m ill llu to uprmiti suili i smithing h'ow Hi but in n iliK dam Hit I 'Infill impiie in ill luin Of Jtrilish subjects in the world (hey lo in (he'll i I nspousne to 1 tlle noble iiit-a fi-iendsliip and Hie linnl en.'iting out thn old aiilasoni.s-ms bom in liie lAmericiiii Itinolnliim. mueb Hnl un nails (-iniih ilso nuds jlhi mil ihi mprii Cuppoit of faul every llrillsh Painting Time Is PURE The up-to-date way to your ceilings is with M-i- .FI.AT COLORS stencil sni Most unitary, clunble, find. ftr very Siiteeo if there's any woodwork about the house, cutside ortn, which looks shabby. 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