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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November 0, T1TR LETITBRTWJE DAILY 3 F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block MONEY TO LOAN If you have lots and want to build we will loan you R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND Q., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK A DIP IXVESTMENT 3 lots on Cor. (ith Ave. North and 13th St. B. North, facing north nud east. Price 1825 cash. Anyone looking for an Investment 1ms only to compare prices to convince them of the snap offered. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHQNE-6M Money To Loan On Improved tarin lands and city property. 823 Coutti, 1 room fully modern, cash, balance to lal 2 loti.Blk. 26, Duff, racing on Westminster noad. 1425 each. J lot Blk. J., caih, balance 120 per month. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY AMdli Gso. Angui. F. E. Shanti. Angus Shantz ROOM 8HERLOCK BLOC. 1 mika from Stirling; crop payment. Price... I of Warner; crop 10 ROOM NEW MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT OR will exchange on farm lands. II 1-2 ACRES B. C. FRUIT city of will exchange for city property. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH have buyers. "MAN OF NO FAMILY" AS PREMIER OF ENGLAND F. E. Smith the Likely Suc- cessor of Balfour as Leader i.inbn S. Steels in Montreal Herald) It fii no secret tint Arthur Jam en Malfour'n davg us leader of ttw old Tory party sre numbere-d. Not only was confronted with his 63rd birth- pool, and In a yean he wai earn- ing a big Income. Today no Import- ant law It-complete without or the having "P. K." ap- iwctr. J have insard sorts of matcn of hli Income from bin practice. aome of hli legal put it at a others at fruhably ft Is nbmewherc between two fliurea. Law In England, is in the United Mates, often to politics. K. a. aay'lait July, hut hie health JH not smith made up hii mind to enter. Par- Kooti, and for years he has beet) Ret- j nament, and te fixed on T, V, O'Cou- and more out of touch with j nor'a division of Liverpool ine rank and or his party. Thfe jaia' the constituency he would like to estrangement began when Joseph represent.'. lie "nuraod" it for a year unumuerlaln launched hly policy .of or tw.o, but never fought an election In protection for Rritiah industry. Dal- lour ne'.'jr fully accepted it, and when ne did r-ander It his service he did it fio I vocally .that lie inspired KB opponents rather than its friends with lighting fervor. But he never has ueeir more hopelessly out of touch wiiii the young and vigorous fighting his party than during the t struggle the abolition of me Lords' veto Tho young Torleo uejonged hotly to tho faction known no ili-e "ditchers" from their shouted readiness to di'3 in the last ditch rft- tfior than sacrifice, the House oE i-ords. Balfour threw in hits lot with j rpbm Thpy are ,nol owr.pollte to me "hedKers" who allowed and numbers or bores in the House ctivcly to pass ot When tllc new man had me veto bill ior four they would (H.on for five nood the House of Lords new Ubeni-l poeiy. Three Names Mentioned The answer to this question, "Who will succeed reveals with startling clearness how nearly the day or the aristocrat, in English govern-. nient has come to an end. For a good ttany years commoners have led the ubera! party, but for more than a century the first Tory Prime Minister wno did not bear a title Ralfour mnirelf. and Ralfour is an aristocrat oi! aristocrats, He is a inember of the sat house of Cecil and a nephew of i predecessor in -the Tory leadership me Marquis of Salisbury. Today only ig sl- Inaster pf ftnd _ names are mentioned as those never-hesitates' fa.hit brutally it, for ha was offered the chance to neighboring Walton dlv- iBtbn. in and he won found himself in a parliament where his party didn't count for much. The Tories' had been hopelessly were not only few in num- but discouraged and disgusted. had'been beaten at the aiicl was .Ipoklng for another neat. ,watched things for week .'and- then made' hia maiden sjHjec'h. It was on rather null financial subject, and most, of me members were In the news reached the .smoking-room that something 'was happening, and inoiu- uerg came trooping in. "F. E." fin- isiied to a crowriud housu. The liBt- lesB.Torleii chortled in their Here was rx man who evidently was a match and more for the Winston Uhurchills.iind the Lloyd Georges, and other young men ou the Liberal side., Even 'the Liberals couldn't help uueering him. 1 He Hard I'erbaps because he is, no particular famlij. F a "man of K. Smith uoes riot trouble much about the tra- ditional "I lousy, of. CnnimoiiB tone." The Alberta Securities JUL SACRIFICE" 320 tcres irriKBted land, ii milei from Lethbrldge per acre. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHBRIDOi. HEN LAYS ECU ON BABY Chjte of 200 Chickeni CIUSH Fun In New York street New York, 200 fthickens wnra act free al One Hun- MORE MONEY FOR OLD ONTARIO Toronto, legisla- tion subsidy from govern- pient will be more as of the Increase of population us popnlfltton of the. province IB over the per .capita wiJI >o sixty per cent, per bead instead of eighty formerly. In the. .1301' ten- SUM tho -per capita subsidy dred aud Thirty-eighth and ;phown by tlie recent cmaui. As the Third avenue, when boys cut the that hound the crates -Jo Benja- min Robinowitz's wagon. One of the hooj (.Vibrated the occa- rlon by stopping to !iy an eg? on baby in a go-cart. Tae infant j rd ,find tho hen proudly cackled, and -i man Crabbed the before s UM child> mother conlcl lay her hands j on it. Tlie other Mew all A JOB FOR MR. MeCARTHY Qnchfir, Que., Nov. is current- reported .1. M. AlcCurthy, Truffle stopped for a quarter of jof thii city, will be appointed one of r.n hour, until Kobhiowlli! drove National Twwr'onllhenlal Com Ms limn liH'.f hi- mimbur. of lite possible successors, and each One of them, to use, A pharac which I neard the other day from Justin .Mc- Jarthy, the fiLinotiK Irish historian, is "a mail or no particular family." Man Named Smith Comes First First oF -the trio, because most in- t'eresling, and.most OI all a self-matlc man, is P. E. Smith, whose rise to prominence is one of the romancoH of English public--life. Smith may-.not o'o the next Tory'Prime'Minister; There are two strong arguments ag- ainst him. One is that Austin Cham- nerlain, son of Joseph, luis a sort of Hereditary- claim, to the reversion of Halfour's political estate; and the oth- er I'H that Smith -may be considered roo ia only thirty-nine years old now. Whether lie becomes J'i'ime Minister or, not. Smith is to- day the real leader of Urn new Tory party. His brains and his enthusiasm inspire it, and he is chiefly reappnai- olc for 'twitching it from a party of trnditionR to a party which advocates conservative Bocial reform .and a lar- ,eer part in thti comforts and decencies of life for the working classes. With marvellous skill he hns grafted-- bis social reform policy on io the older policy of protection, and he prpnpse-j to devote the moirey taxes on imported merchandise .to ing hia scheme for social betterment. K. No Particular Family B. Smith Is pre-eminently tbe "man of no particular family." Tlie British public doesn't dose not care, his father was, arm few even of bin friends know anything about his grandfather. Smith pore appears to have receiv- ed a fair education, for-he ran away nim -n and joined the array, and rose to be serg-eant-mfljor, find after he left tne army was able to become a law- yer. He accumulated any jnon- uifhks the brutal blow good ring tac- tics. in spite of that he is popular with hi-j who forgive his most stinging attacks because they are so clever. One night he was speaking on the protective tariff pro- gnimme, when a Lilmral member called "What about our "Don't you worry, my said K. E. Smith. "Your food .will bo all right. Neither Chamber lain nor inyself ever proposed1 to put a tax on rmstles." tils friends worry how Smith keejis and how long he will be ahlo to Keep Every morning when i-no are sitting he is in court 31 o'clock, aiid often remains .till. 5 p.m. Then hb goes down io the Mouse of Commons as fresli aa a .duifiy, and often stays there till mid- .nigbt, or even later.' .When, gets upme'bc must spend aome time study- ing his for the next day and speeches for t lie llpiisu.o'r Commons, as you never find him unprepared in donate. His method shows that .he must have gone over the subject care- in advance. He has a wonderful tem of clnssifled. pockets for re- lerence clippings. He rmotes un op- ponent's speech, for'ins'iance, "I nev- er said shouts the man on tin- gridiron. "Oh, yes, you did, on Feb- ruary 2, says F. E. Smith, inn! is hand goes- unerringly to the ocKet aiitl hauls out the clipiiing, j wriich he reads I He Keeps Himaaff Fit tps one secret of Smith's phy- sical fitness is his devotion to fox minting. 'He. keeps a big stable ef winters, nnd every week end finds He is also n 'l-j'H tenant in the Oxfordshire ImpoHiil veomanry, of v-'hlch-Winston in, the rising young man of the Lib-, cral party, is major. The two umie nia euuuuLiyii lie muni, win a. i mAnt annd i T I_T He was at ichool X., WttersBt op- 11'onnent. Often after a nleht scent in in the north o Engird, Mch men, and be made up his mind to win t Jii HO went to Oxford. soon attracted attention, and before the end of hia term he was prvuldent "Tth.l Urn., however, Sralthl onions were scholastic, rather than KID, illhouKh' the HOU of Jnwpli 111 ilio a "man of no jwr- tlculur dmlly." In, the Kngllib urntt. ior the ure "rnMclte. elms" people. Alt-ten hnn- aieappoit by being the ton o' hli fn- uwr, (or whllt hV ban grot ability, it iin't kind ai hli falhcr'i, and that what lor. a ploddlnc .itetdy-Kolui who matters til nib- and devotei all hli life to poll- ticv. Kft.made an If unin- splrlnc, Chancellor of Rxvhequer in Ualfour'H government, and, by the way, It may not be known mat It It to Aiiiteui that Oalfour pro- liably owei rfact.that he 8till ll leader o( the Tory party, When Joi- epli Chamberlain fMlgned blu In the Cabinet to start hia protective larlir agitation, he'Van urged by hU to ditpoie Halfour, and It ii be- lieved he cqtiM have done go. He re- Ineed, became hle.'lon hail Just been llipolntcd Chancellor of the Excheq- uer, and he wanted to "give the boy a chance." To attack Balfour would nave meant an Immediate general el- cotton and a poi'aiMc defeat for Ms Animated Reference Book Uonar Law, the third of the trio of 'Plrants for Billfour'9 shoos, ll the least, inspiring of all to the man In the sti'eot.. .lie is a Canadian by birth, who made a fortune as an ironmaster m (.ilnsgow, and then went into poli- tics. He IB, as one.would'expect from training, an animated reference nook. Facts ami figures alwayg THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., U.D., O.C.L., PMIIMHT ALEXANOCM LMRD, OtNtML MANAOU CAPITAL, REST.. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Itnwd by Canadun Bank of Commerce the mott convenient form in which to carry money vhtn They irt ulf-identifyiiif, (nil the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries "it printed on the face of every The cheque! are iuued in of and may be obtained on application at the Batik. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a.booklet-entitled "Information of Interest totl about to which will be sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. PERSONAL SIDE SIR WILFRID'S RETIREMENT (Toronto It was twenty miiiutes pust three, dark, cold, end drizzling rain when Sir Wilfrid Laurier walked out from at his finsoi'.i' and he I" I the East block to tho uniting carn- onty on all matters connected with.j [rom the government trade. The politicians look on him nu safe and no doubt many of cnom would prefer him to either Smith or Chamberlain. But sonvafhing more man ''safencEB" is wanted to win to.Toryisra. Bonar Law much more likely to Chancellor Kn- or the Exchequer in Smithes or Chnm- government ,than to' take of: the-table In the famom Cabinet room at. ]0 Downing street MILK RIVER Milk- Hivcr, Nov. Wcilncsilay the alter.noon. Thousands of times iv the last fif- teen years has he walked over, those few yards ot pavement and stepped into a carriage, hut there WM, some- thing different this time Before he passed the door he had shaken hands with .lean Rioux, the elevator man; who has carried him up and down so often in all the this time Rioux deserted his post, :ailowing im- portant people upstairs'to ring as much as they wanted to, jnd out with Sir Wilfrid, opening the car- riage door, and standing at stiff mil- 'Ere'i to yeu, Fuiiy Wuay, you fighting Kipling. For his tad daring, Kipling HkM the lovkble, be lor- c-fi hli After a long and trrini jmirner en tlw ort, he attend! to wnaU of hia itoe'd before Ui own. No doubt be would conaider himself lucky, could be pro- vide tbe fine fodder now to be had in Lethbridie at lew than the cost of tbe stuff that wu cold Init rear. 'I am cloelnt out tbe cele- brated Barrle Bugciee and Wagons, cheap for oaib, or will exchange for hajr or praln. HAY, GRAIN 4 FEED Wholeuli Retail J. C. Hanrahan Phone 341 Athletic Park than his job to the final minute be waved his hand and-drove away. H was "au revoir" and not adieu." At 4.30 o'clock Arthur, Sladen, Lord Greg's private wcretarv, calleit thermometer ranged around zero. i 8an to move. Sir Wilind going itary attcntion_ until the carriage he- up Mr on telephone, and asked if it would he convenient for him to uait upon the governor at It was halfnast Onc before the last ,rhcn a morc (ormal mMsmg. While some districts have finished threshing, much is to bu threshed yet. A. real Chinook would be appreciated, cabinet council of the Laurier Ba, Mnl b} Wheat'is being shipped from here ernment was finished A little quiet-' ready fo, ,he Ml m tne as cars can be had. A goodly number ly, liut cheerfully withal the ministers Just boioic 6 o'clock Mr Bordcn oi cattle nnd sheep also have been came out of the beautiful room out 0( ttie Amr ft sent out. tllc'" rtence on Hurlemburg street and m- The I'annilian Hank of Commerce the famous round table foi fifteen ,auing Mr( Borden will soon lie in the now- building years. Ren .Chilton, the white headed sn.ihngij Batched him leuve, and Hi- council messenger, who has seen io Holl en pri'.miers and four govpinmcnti go ('o ,ltll the nm out of office, -KM waiting the cor- whon lhc Vico-rc0al messpngcr came The old gainenor slopped sweeping up tlie autumn leaiss ji the carriage went by anil said, "Good luck, air" "Thank vou, was Mr Bor- dcn'', smiling reph' as tne cab whirled which is ;1 credit to the town. HE FEELS IT COMING Nov. Crowe, n'dor to hpill., OVfrCOat1; and lull now serving tinve in the Stony Moun-! sticks and hats, and one bv one tain penitentiary for forsery. hna writ-1 men who hnvo licen governing ien to his friends asking for a medi- cal examination. He asserts that is subjected .to moments of criminal tendencies-.'tou strong to resisted. Crowe was arrested in Calgary last fipring'ahuVhi'oiight hack to YVjiunipeK and Ecntenced to ten years for foi'K- ng for ;on the Bank of Hamiltoii Hie pre- ONE FARTHING FOR SLANDER London, Nov. -Mabel'Louise Atherioii. divorced wife of Col. Thom- James ATh'arton, yesterday, after trial lasting twn days, got an award of one farthing daiuauea for slander. Wendant .were her broUier and hei1 sister-in-law, Sir Aubrey and Lady Dean The dander consisted of a statement, by Lady Paul that Mrs. Atlrerton was turned out of a Cairo hotel. Flax Seed For Sale SACKED W.R. DOBBIN filed down the hall to 'elevator. Last of all came tli micr. The End of. It "What is your news for the query which'always meets Hie news- paper man wiio waits to see .Sir Wil- Within an lion was not lacking "Vou want to liornc know about the goicrnment' Well, .1 shall wait upon his excellency at TRAGIC FIRE three o'clock" this at tot noon TWO That, was the end of it; There was no need for further talk H was 'thp news thai, the correspondents away to nirieaii Ifall. He accepted I he task of forming a goi eminent ,md asked for a day" Or tnos onstomarv request he, back te bis IN NELSON: WOMEN KICLED HOUM J10 SI. S., LETHBRIOOE nt for Avery Git Plowing Englnn. been waiting for for some Following the last cabinet council there were thp good hjcs to be said, another hard pull for a man TV ho has had n lot to bear in the weeks. It was no longer a question of politics, hut onlj of personal de- votion. Some of Hhc greyheaded men who shook his seen liiin >come into office. Under their eve lie had grown up, at tameJ to the height i of his power, done his work, and now Two Inmatei ef Mtet Death In ttn'Flamu Mellon B C, N.p fir. In ttm 1 led light' district tigre today, ramlt- ed In the death of tiro at a and Pauline I-iynn Two othen made tbMr from the wlndown They ij Injured. NOMINATION, DAY IN NOVA SCOTIA Halifax, was no'mlnn- lion day for the bje-clectlons to was passing. Others again had knoun'hefrl Wcdnesda> for local only him, and t-o them it was a lit- lesislatnrp in Annapolis county i tie as though thu end of the woild T Danieli "aj returned by acda- i had come. They felt as Napoleon's niatlon, an agreement having txxn 'young soldiers felt when he on between partlM In board the Ilellerophmi. One by one bl' A n tne member who filed 'into his offico, shook his resiCTed to run tor Ottawa, will hand and filed out again The Mr word would not comei ,try they would. They had meant t-o say sotnc- thine; choery nnri somefcluni; tn shmr thnt- thcr still believed, and Rtill liuf, tho N'o! so v.'ith th? promlor. He i Juno whea the local election In "hen Wall defeated Marshall by Ml votes. In Limcnbnrjf the cnndidatea are1 A. G. Kv.-inker, Conacrvntlva, and W- Duff, liberal; the former ran I ait ji Uir rijrhl wnrrt t'lp rJ p lianrt jrnp the j political. He took all sorts of college npnors, when he grin! tinted be be- a which mesnn that be wok up the work of lecturing r and lynching at the and he might have continued this unefnl but rather humdrum work all his life if fle badn't happened to fall in love trlth the daughter of a country clergy- mSii. who bad no more money tbsn he j Smith his mind t proicasfon, ao he started reading and he palled to the bar In 1809. Today he in the youngest, man on- fed to wear the silk sroinv ot a Counsel. Sueceti Came Eirly tno long pale faoe years ot st'idy, and tho clear. 'I lie carcfnlly brushej pomad'nl nalr' the Immaculate collar and fash-! tonably cut clotbew jifl are typical in j tneir way of the man's orderly mind, lie hates personal, no MSB than mental BiovenlinGSs, It Is this of mind that given him his power. found oi8 party cut loose from Ua old moor- and with only part of t -new younger members he worked, oirt a complete plan of social reform which will bo presented fo the electors at me next general Bonar Law Mentioned As I havn already indicated, F. E. n never' wan brif flea" barrister, j amith mny not be Hie next Tory lead- i-llK at UIR. nntvRrilty brought jer, because thwre are Iwo other men mm vlienln MOUII na lit hung out j ID niuning, Austin Chamberlain iu ifi iiHlivv olt.y of .Aiuirfw HOIIHI Law. Chamber- WESTMTXSTER ROA1> and 12 Hlock "W" Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 3-6-0 months. See H. J. H. Skeith 1141 Opp. Alexandra TV snu o r vires rrm'oipd and o days (o come. 'lianks for i j Impr for j Ait Revoir, Not Adieu Thru il timn tn nnd crl- it. v.'ith. Tlsorc rcimin- -Innn Rioux in Uie bp.rr- ni Ins rlcvnlor. and Hir Wil friii di'i -li'an Jliotn: otih- K. MoLefi.n, Hn tivc, 2071: Miidcr, 2 wicker, 2303. stood, 7-Ton. A.- sceon, CrnisnTTV Liberal.- 2677; W, NIPISSING CONSERVATIVES flturjrooH Pa Ho, Nov. West Ntp- Cousorvntivcs (odiiy npmlntitccl for the 2nd St. nnd iilh ;rip of thp psM tltn And Jean Rioux He about his duties, threw discipline "A" Rrvoir, "an not all the four winds, deserted his charge and m-cnt, ahead ot his departing chief to do what Ht-Me service he the holding back of doors, the open- ing of the carriage, nnd the final Pa- ns the carriage Mt. Tt-wisn'fc verr much after all, hut it was ns much as Jean Rionjr emild and he i did it. "An revoir" ajain callorf Sir Wil- frid to the Mnall group of nrwspypnr corrffspondeiHs who saw lilin depart, nnd "game to the very last, hiftter 2 lots fornrr for fflOO.OO Oiich A jot and a half, to with or wit.hoiit aliaci, sncchil flguret. 2 comer lols, Puff, well located, for (S375.00 each, to small house, C.iots, for JL700.M, The Dowsley Mnlhern Land Co. Sherlock BWf. 7th Street ;