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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publl.h.d by Th. Uthbrldje Her.ld Publishing Co., Ltd. every lawful evening it Its cfflc., Sixth Street, Alberts C.n. VV. A. Man.ijlng Director and Editor PHONE: _ PHONtl Editorial, Advertising Rcpsrtsrisl, .MB News Dept.-. Jeb oeptn. OAILIT SUBSCRIPTION RATEi I year delivered tj.po i year, by mall months delivered S mouths, delivered 51.00 1 month, delivered .Jfic. months, by mail 1 mouth, by mail J3.0S 11.60 260 Addresses changed often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be qlven THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pases, and contains a summary o[ the of tun week, local and district 1 year In adrauce j g adYttnM 50c. C months, in advance 7oc. THE DAILY HERALD FOR 3ALE AT Cross Drug Boole Store. J.O.Robert' son Co.. Jackson Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plnoher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle 8. Beal Medicine Cranbrook, B. 4 Atchinson. lj. Relnecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 -till St. Spokane-Tho Jamieson News Co., 706 liiversido Avo. Also on all C. P. n. Trains J'Yida.v, November10, IJuost I.elhbrldge! knocker shall outer the kingdom Keep in line with-the fact that Loth- bridge is facing a your of unpreced- ented opportunity Thv host moil city can produce! will bu none too good for civic ser- vice In 1UU'. u Lothbrldce your. nKKresslvu stunt. up for The "aMrnlieulUK of China" SUOIIIE o be In progress, nnd is being ae compllshed by a terrific amount of noise. The Dry-Farming Congress will jtlve Lethbridgo world wide advertising, to it that' the advertising is of lie right kind. Hvery man should fcvl u personal responsibility uernrlug for Ml2 (hut municipal colinril It IB possible Farm and City Property Snaps to got. bridB'J. H will mPiiii much to l.cth- Kvory business nntn should co-op orute in the publicity campaign In connection with tho Dry-Farming ss, it will bring relinks ono hun- dred fold. acres 100 under (uiltiviitioii, steimi plow hmd. .82800. Easy terms. fenced and every foot 140 acres under cultivation: 00 The indications point to i oom In 1012. The sear building IfllS will If this cold snap should faclllta'o he sottlement of tho coal strike, H'robs." win take rnnl; with tho Hon. "Hob" Hogers, as promoter (of ludtm- trial ponce. The result of tho State uloclious give every otlcouragc'mcnt for the Oemocrntlc hopes of capturing tlic White House next year, but much do- ponds on the candidate. Taft has re- covered a lot of the lost ground. 1 acres good water; near lo good town; per fiore. acres, with fair buildings, fenced anil cross I'oneeti; crop; good well; 200 acres under cultivation. .AI; simp -oil J5Ui Street South at easy lernis., 50 x 'J2f> on .Boinpas. facing norl'h. Get our prices and terms, on both farm and nty property before buy- ing. We have the snaps. Governments and THE UBERAL PARTY In Ontario I "P fo its fl'll value. The owners has adopted as a platform plank realising this soon put it Intc the principle of taxation of land ".se> of holding it for specula- values. The Ottawa Citizen, a Con-rion' anl1 "1B community benefits fiervative journal, commenting on j thereby. The system is one, the gen- this, expresses the regret that the oral principles and government has allowed the oppos: tion to forestall it. Public and sentiment are, without UUIIUL, running on the benefits to be derived George of wnich have been approved of by the thought {democraoy of Great T3ritaln, as shown t doubt tne triumphant vindication of the had for from this form of taxation, nnd itlone ot" ils clauses tire tax- would well if ;hc government of jlns ot tuc "lmearned increment." Alberta should recognize this as a e ordinary. thinker cannot but matter for adoption throughout lo see the injustice of the owner province. being taxed for improvin What a Difference (Winnipeg Tribune.) During the elections the yellow in Canada pictured President Taft as a big, bullying, browbeating ruler, ready to club or bribe Cnnad.l into an agreement that would stirtiiy result in the annexation of this Do- minion. We heard little or no reproof from any of the politicians who sought to profit hy tho campaign designed to arouse the passions and prejudices or' the unthinking mass of voters. Pre- mier Borden and some of his calniur- headtKl ministers are now patching up the mischief done by selfish interests that were tearful of their preserves if the people were given even a taste of trade freedom. At Halifax mi Wed- nesday. Premier Berden said: "In somvj Quarters, which I need not name, the claim has been made the whol-a Western country. Canada has not prospered as she should have done during the past decade. Mr. White, in the course of his addrotis yesterday, said: "City population in the Kast is in- creasing fast; rural population is al- most standing still. The prosperity of Canada most depends upon the pro- duction of the farm more than upon anything else. We must seek to make life attractive, to give the farmer ai'l possible advantages, to assist in fac- ilitating production.'1 Why is the rural population almosi: standing still? Is it a wise policy that stagnates the farming districts? Ca- nada lost a great opportunity lo re- move tho stagnation in the Knst. and help along the progress of the West. When will such auoiaer opportunity I come again? So far as the principle of this sys- j to hinl f" 'he nature jthat the result of the election was d tern of taxation goes, in putting it for 60 rcally ls' And I to some hostile or unfriendly spirit'on Into practical shape, the West has shown itself nnre pro.aressive than Agriculture would realize the bene- and develop It. -Again, land which has fits of single tax. once it Is put into "Oh, no, We Never Mention (Montreal Herald.) The Conservative victory was main- ly won on the annexation flapping, and all that. But the non- Premier in his first speech since the to in Edmonton :md Vancouver. How- ,over, what is done mllnici. ally should be done provincinlly. The meaning of Single Tax has. through the medium .if the lectures of Henry Georyo, become pretty well known. The subject has ielt the hands of -the and become tha property of day practical Thinkers. With regard lo the encouragement of development, the system- is a pow- erful motor. The land alone being taxed, irrespective of any improve- ments on it, causes the owner to use and develop it. Agt.in land which has been simply left to stagnate, and sain in value through ths improvements on tlM surrounding 'property, is taxed operation, in the matter that land will not be suffered to lie idle, but will have to be tilled. The nature of the tax is such that it v.'Hl not be profitable to allow land to remain un- developed. Here single tax has the merit, so to speak, of fining those wiio "toil not, neither do luay spin." It from estimated that the proceeds taxation of land values alone would he more than sufficient for all purposes of public revenue. Its ad- option generally would mean the bulld- 'ng up of communities, and it would prevent the scattering of population caused by a system which allows an individual benefit to those who owt property, and do nothing towards bringing it into use the part of the Canadian people to never mentioned the word, the great neighboring republic." H-3 gave a dozen reasons why reciproc- "It is desirable that any such idea. have been defeated, but if it exists; should be dissipated and j llQver mentioned that awful menace dispelled." 'o our national Integrity.' He spoke And Ille of interlocked "Toward our sreat neighbor to the "lrlfra.' lrever Part- south, standing with Great Britain re the very forefront of the to uuyu uie part- 'eferred again, IJ the audacity I of civilization, we cherish the most j or the Liberals in revamping Sir John j Freeman MacLeod Co. Box _______ Phone 1212 The- tandard -Company Real Estate and Investments British Machinery and Preference _ T IS WORTHY of note that In the j year Caaada imported mach- Inery raluej nt something ovejr ami that of this amount only i.-orth was supplied by fireal. Britain. This fuel is one more argument in fa'for of the extension of the British pre .'erenc.3. In this partic- ular manufacture, the British manu- facturers claim, to he experts, and, :i regard to natural advantages, Thv-j have no superior, if equal, in any otliei country. Therefore the inference rr- rivcd at musl be that the present p Co is not sufficient to set off the advantages which the Uni'ed States, owing to propinquity to Can- ada, possesses. The British press in discissing the matter says lhat'it is found that there are a dozen foreign countries .that are worth more to Oreat Britain as a market for mach- inery 'than Canada. What is more significant is that. "Canada absorbs more machinery per capita than any other British colony." Yet, as the British government figures show, it buys less British ttifichinery than Bur-1 Cape Colony, the Transvaal or and only one-third as much as Ntew South Wales. Here are facts and statements which should call for immediate in- realisation. It is strictly a matter, which the government should take u It is a subject for surprise and co ment in the Old Country that tho ol est of the great Dominions, so ente prising and rich in natural resource should yet afford so poor a market British machinery. That there is demand in a country of this deecri tion for the best machinery, without saying. That tlie trade wit Great Britain In this item is so con paratively small is due to the fan of tlie tariff system. Now is a chanc 'or the Borden government not onl :o show hy its deeds what its muc vaunted loyalty means, but also to fu ther the best interests of this coin r.v, in giving it a chance to obta [ood machinery for its developmen at a reasonable price. These thing t can do by extending the Britis] reference. friendly feeling of neighborly regard. "There are some who think we may have given them offence In die re- suit of the recent election. On the contrary, I believe the American na- 1 1 Ion received our.'verdict iu just the biff, broad-spirted. way we should ex- pect of them." A. -Macdonald's old policy with n spec- ial but never mentioned the "dear old flag-.'.' Can it us that the Conservative by which the fight was won for him? Or is tho omission lust another gentle slap at his old friend Zandray? The Resignation of Balfour HE RESIGNATION ot Arthur It is that of Home Rule. Thin T. fames Flalfour from the position of leader of the Opposition in the British House of Comnjotllj does not come exactly as a surprise. For lime there have teen internal dissensions in the puny witli regard to tariff reform. Mr. Balfour has never beflti able to sue 111 to follow tlie whole hog policy of the Chambwr- Inlnltcs. As a well-versed student of Political Economy, he has found it j-j. the mainstay of the Opposition, am its members are appealing everywhere io the old anti-Irish sentiment by Inssting that home rule means the persecution of Irish Protestants The_ Opposition party has been much weakened In righting strength-by the defection of "The who volted from difficult, lo be in line with those of His party who are anxious to put 'ax on food sfuffa. There is no doubt that tin; rerant defeat of reciprocity In Canada, nnd lire high tariff policy of the present government, here, have done much lo encourage that section fit British politicians who are In fav- or of, a system of protection. They looked on the present time ati one which Is riiie for an assertion ol .some kind, and have declared therr- by the deposition of their pol- itical lender. The call on Austin Chamberlain to assume thx> p.'ace of Mr. Halfour la significant with regard to this attitude. So far us-the Union- ist party In Great llrltain is couco-u- ,_ed, tho only .question which ynl.es -Mr. Balfour and the Veto Bill. Lord The resignation of Mr. Balfour means further weakening In their ranks. The new Opposition is certainly possessed, of n fighting and energetic spirit, but that counts for little In the opposi- tion it'Wlll meet with in the bulk of the British democracy with regard to wholesale extension of protection under the name of tariff reform. Mr. Balfour has, no doubt, had to give way to the "Interests" In Oreat Bri- tain. ills resignation la a lots to tho party, In that It loses the control of a moderate man, and one who Is not snlj- a theoretical, lint. practical, poll- tlclnn. Hli presence irf the parly, should it ever arrive at political pow- er, would have been a check on a wholesale fettering of Finance Minister White, on the same subject, speaks as follows: "Canada's voice and influence should always be for harmony and not for discord be'tween our Empire and the great republic, and I believe that she will always -be a bond of abiding friendship between them. "I trust that the anniversary of one hundred'years of peace will he com- memorated in two coimtTi'as with a deep and solemn sense of national re- sponsibility, and that'each will ac- complish its destiny until the spiendid inspiration of enduring and increasing friendship and good will." -Meanwhile, the diffeicnce in the grain prices between .Minneapolis and Fort William yesterday were: "Just POT g Joke lOti MM .-IIS .-no 105 214 No. 'J Northern No. 1 Northern 90 No .3 Northern'... 52 No. 2 C.W .Oats -1014 No. 3 Barley 70 No. 4 Barley IU Feed Barley N'o? 1 N.W. Flax ..201 And these enormous profits were all hrown to the winds and millions of ibllars lost to our country, aM bi cause of the dangerous, unjustifiable campaign, for which tile Prime Jlin- ster and his Finance minister arc low offering mild apologies. There verc Canadians, living in Man- toha, Saskatchewan and Alberta, who were not fooled by the dangerous an- lexation cry, and the numbers are reater today. The farmer in Manito- a wh'o has feed barley to sell and Is ffered 51 cents at Fort William, the price is J1.05 In Jfinneapo- s, Is not likely to take much com- ort from the fine apologetic words of he Prime Minister. The cry of our farmers is "GIVE !S That is the cry of games. Caught Eavesdropping At a dull "author's reading" in a London bouse, the hostess mercifully allowed Her husband to slip from the room at the end of hour. In an he was indulging in a'prodigious yawn, when he saw a footman fast asleep at his post near the door. He stepped over to the man nnd "James." he sternly, hut with a twinkle ia his eye, "I'm afraid you have been listening at the keyhole! OWNERS OF o.rni Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Rhone 1291 All There "So you actually went io church last "I really did." "Excuse me if I seem skeptical. What was the "Aha, I have you there! The text was 'He giveth his beloved sleep.'" "Good work. And who wore "AM the beloved, it seemed to me." PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The average reigu of English mon- arehs has been 23 years; of Russian 1C. Crocodiles, like ostriches, cons..... JicbMes and small stones for the pur pose of grinding up their food. The primary need ot the day seem :o he that the clergy should spent more tlnra in their private .rooms 01 er their books, and less In .running serving tables and in playin PRIVATE GREETING CARDS for Xmas Order your Xmas Cards now and we will have your name and address engraved on them free of charge. The finest lino ever shown in Loth- bridge to select from The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited V'ii T. H. MtCREADY, Auction Sale Of Improved close in Residential property DON'T FORGET THE DATE Tuesday, Nov. 14th at p.m. We will sell at Public Auction without reserve the Two Modern B.rick Houses situated at 61712th Street South (Bartiett) in the City of Lethbridge. These- will be sold Separately and on EASY TERMS which will be" announced at the sale This is close in, and very desirable residential prop- -erty and is bound to advance in value.rapidly. Don't forget the date or November 14th, 2.30 p.m. sharp, at 613 12th Street South (Bartiett) and come prepared to buy For further particulars, apply to H.GALVIN CO. AUCTIONEERS Rooms C .and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 ;