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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITF LKTHBRTDRE DAILY HERALD Sitdirdii.v. November I LETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by The Lcthbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street. Lethbrldgc, Alberta Can. VV. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONfc: Editorial, Advertising Koportorial, and J Circulation and News j 1224 1232 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year ctaUrerpit SI.00 i year, by mail........ l monili. delivered .3nc. 1 month, by. mall Sac Addresses changed ;ia often as desired, !but both new and old nil- drcssrs must be slven THE VVEEK'LY HERALD' every Wednesday Iu luoro pasea. and contains a summary of the news of UN: week, local and district year iu advance j tnouths, fiiadvance 50c. ti in 75c. THE DAILY, KERAt.p.FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook. E. Ctrss Drug Hook Store, J.G.Hcbcrt- ?on A- Co.. (-'ope. Co.. D. L. M'cCrea. Bros.. Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernis 3. Bert] j L. Ileicccltn. Diasncnd City i Drug: Co. Vancouver. B. World Co. i Brown llrotvn -Illl St.. Xo-.vs i (.'6., 'Kirers'ido Ave. Also on all. C. P. R. Trains HIU-II evlilutlces lhat it, hat) In- Cliliui. ilm iHsno win bo nil entirely rtmn'odsl'iil ono, II Is difleult lo Buy. The tlio Chinese Minpire t.s yo vamly dif- ferent to Hint of any of Its Kiiropcnn The provlneeK are In a measure tie'ini-inrlepeiuient, and j Hie overthrow of dynusly riillnn In 1'eltln will not alone bt.v mifficlcnt lo C'Oimmnnatv Ihe el'teclK alaied at. The, removal of.this a'llon .dynasty, as the ManclntB art1 slylod. dependK on Ihi; eo-oiiemtion of all HH> iiroviimec. iind In this way only'will a model eonstl- tatlon be brought about.. OUR POINT OF VIEW JtuI or .provincial nimlulale i liiv vi.siun will lead tho procession. 'I'lio municipal pot is to simmer. Irresponsible aguinyt lin> lioiu'c arc- easier in throw mud limit1 !Q scni'pe'lt off.- A eiiv the of Lethbruhie should lave a bylaw public build- nss. AUioniianic aspirants woiild confvr [favor by postponing tlra'siml hand stunt until 'lit1 t.'hi nook arrives. Why worry about ihe fuel supply? r. Mown; hi-iUeil ihw strike and tiie iiios have heon working for Three rooks. If yon don't. bplievtvit, ask tiio Labor. who. wired emi- .ii'jatiuii.s io tUu Minister of the Stun 11 ughps-announces tbiii lift proposes issuing- Uoss rifles lo UH- mWi.ia. the hiui-r hostility of .Messrs. Ronlen and Poster to Itoss rifle is recalled, II will 1w inter- esting to hoar UIQID nslt parliament for the appropriation tn carry out the HuKlieg policy. th1 single tax -Idea is in everywhere. The munici- Premier Hoblin, of Manitoba, is still Speaking at Nelson he d'e- ugaiust a navy built of Canad- ian material -by Canadian labor, and pronounced in favor of a direct con- tribution to the Imperial excJietjuor. .Mr. Rob-tin hasn't heard thai .Mr. lior- don still holds the guarantee cheques of -the lowest, tenderers. A man iu Ontario was sentenced to six months for impersonation at the -Good for tho judge! What a pity was not twelve months for ihe party heeler "'ho induced the young Hum to commit the crime. Steps In Advance movement ii1 ot' in every o-'in- a church. cjr iisli t'lHi be secured, social centres. meetings are intended not. or.- iirged an'innne- of their own needs, strongly beiievo hi widn-r markets. They tiro fact i biii- their .outiMit in a short time very exceed she re- )tfiers 'phink Are Merely Human (o call your auentioii .'to :tho home market ,and tbe fact thai printers need a little that of Kingdom. put H strougly on J) (he British.pre- 'A- to benefit ths farmer himself, hnr all fiie members of his family. The pecpic arfl t.o be attracted by .ineans furnished for recreation and opportunity i.s io to -iUTordcft tn study and take pare in so- cial and economic nuflsticns. This aiiuccd, e'.lucaiion on a broad dud "iUe liiinfenry bo an Irito'Iligent and liody ot" star-' It is a means iiir-dinr. inciividna! to IIIP coir.- It. is a measure on similar ;o tho syiriL lov.-'tirins'. of tho duties on all iiritisli' jiooda -io one-half the rates charg'ed" ''tinder 'the" -present tariff schedule. H: efen .went fiiriher than this-by the hope that a gradual .reducimn of duties would en- sure tiie estfibiishm-eht" of complete free trade -between .Canada and IIIM ilotherlaud tt-h'-'years. This, iiiiiul: sirongc'st-way of sfrcngtiieiungl'ihe Imperial for ii. is thy roaping of mutual benefits. It. i; food for much reflection that the j monoy .sometimes, as well as otlier It may be a surprise to some of you to learn that printers and coun- try newspaper nwii generally, ara not fed by the ravens, nor on manna fall- ing from the skies; but that running a country printshop and publisning'a paper is a business proposition, and not a philanthropic undertaking just for -the good that 'can be done. Ingersoil's Epitatfi (Mail and A statue has teen erected to Robert G. Ingersoll, the famous agnostic, in The Single Tax I Winnipeg Single taxation, or. in other words, of land without any. addi- tional tax for improvement to build- Ings, will be the question which UIR Ottawa. Board of Trade will consider at its next meeting. Authorities on the question are be- ing secured to address this meeting on the subject. Mr. George S. May, president of "the Hoard of Trade, in speaking of the luestion. said that' he considered no sane business man would oppose the scheme. He explained that "it would encourage men to improve their stores and residences, as when the and would .bo taxed, and not the buildings, the vacant land would be oo expensive to hold. It would also i do away wrth a. lot of speculation in vacant property, ho said. "Sir Janies Whitney is opposed to this said Mr. "and he will now. have to put it in his rain Growers" asserts i many in I fa .Kovernwd the' kingdom of K-aria in the conditions now obtaining in I Carved on it is we do, not know, bur not t.iking up for-nol nncient (h-eece. had for its cf- sraln market means a financial j Ills own words of fcmn, rather tttan pm-po'seg, but only ou a buein ihe raising of men who-1 earned j'oss to ihe-fiirmer. A IOPS whii'i-fhis own statements of doubt, wo.iUd oasjs Illinois, where-he lived for ,orm Qr gcfc busv years. What the inscription) -However, the Board of Trade is nolitl- IGBS for a noted j nuist tin shared in by all mdustrk-s [suit 'it best: live night of death throughout ito old world, and ''-'hose the wealth of the fnrrn- 1 hope "sees a star.- and listening love whom oven men modern times f produce to turn. Thn pi-ice lean hear the rustle of a wing." milling wheat and .feed I'n spito of tii? defeat of reciprocity, (-'grain is daily-being reduced to the 'tly, npard-Suil-. believes in ]_ta 1ifV-H, rjid u' every riyht so, ir. the fact an analysis of VOLCB cast nl. the. recent el'jc.Uon- fihovvs thin a lariTt; majority of the ru- 'tai population supported ihe npree- Ditnt. The Western farmer.0, from growers, for, want of a market Huff. -cientlyi Ijirge-'-to, absorb-, them. t It practically means a diminution, ir-1 as-estimated in' money, aiv" a hardship to'development- .Anil .ye thery is an un'iimited market whicii prohibitive tariff puts out of reach. Imoertinent i Kansas A Pictorial Card Crusade o THE TRIALS, of postmasters' :rsi '.In'-.some things, to trans wirf be. aikted another -Lrilmla- j HOSQ- the giving, what is "caviare tc iion. That is, if the cniBftile as-1 the p'firiicular" may by the barmlei rod. to, ihe general. Kissing by some is regarded as a harmless greeiins, by Postma.'jfcr Campbell, of i is introduced into (his conn- Censor? ayi> iiud I others look on it as of sub-staiions aiv to j something purely sen'siml, and 'then if'ii dAitieriU, or one point, for iare those in -tho .shape of medics card sent. out. uthoritics, who see in it a means for niting falls Iwlow ihinyithe .diHseniinaUoii. of noxious germs joints wiil be- dJscha'rg'cd. Tba r-riifade. with the linos on which it Ms ,o be- camod.m.t.-i, ,a somewhat Tiio 'canls ihpi. are to i is.inot very easy to see. arc UIQSB nr-niun women is' a salutation. t'hte evil-' of men -and women Postcarils liissing, in releguting it into and animal pictures. With i 'Camplwil n'niild wish. lie Is put- i'f-ird to ilio lust, tl.'o dnisilc into osculation more nreanin; is "that not out postal illjal> really is in It. Amongst in tiearius, the pidnrc nations, believe, tbe practice .'of an anlniiil is tit. to -be eihiliiti'd in j ii! ellt'rel.v unknowll.; It postcards .'iwith all due respdct to .Mr. wi lh. opiraulte, sexes-_Bxclianglng kiss- is prudery ptaycdr ho about .aoine Mho Tasrc.dro'; no iloufit, object of aml' falilons'paiiit- 'postcards'; bu" the in a hundred" te rather an alarni- '-inp TJrare must )io V.TOHK. even: the main' linc.'of the Glow's Nest division, and .111) rough icr on the main trunk line will: go Calgary ,'no but will take idvantage of thp shorter inj'I'eage and easier grades by.'way of McrUcine Hat and Klpp. l the bottom of a .poster announcing it needs no argument lo. show that concert and entertainment. We tthp change will convert, this city into (isjiecrtfully beg to explain that, the the 'great distributing point for bovc wan quite right and proper un- Wesf, and this fact, when taken into i] recently, but since Sam Hughes j consideration with our cheap power as become Minister .of, Militia, the 'should speedily enable us to outfits'- 'ords should be changed- to, "God nance any''possible rivals for siiprem the -acy in Southern Alberta. PRIVATE GREETING CARDS for Xmas Order your Xnias Cards now nnd iy.ilI' luive .your name and 'address, .engravecl 'oil theni-J'roe The finesl; line ever shown in -Lelli-' .bridge The Red Cross Drug Book Co. r Limited T. H. MeCREADY, Farm and City Property Snaps 100 iicITS 100 aeres midcr e.ullivation, all J'uiiml and ovoi'y sieam plovv laud, Eiisy-terms. acres with 14.0 aeres n'mlijr ''cultivation, 00 aores ready for crop; good witter; near to 120.00 per acre. aeres. wilh fair buildings, and all fenced, and cims 'fenced; good well; 200 acres under cultivation. -At snap price.and iiOx 1.25 feet on Street South easy terms. .v'l2f) on .Bonipas, facing north, (.lei our prices and both farm mid city properl v. liefonr buy- injj. have the snaps. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- n 9- ities Company OWNERS OF Suite 111 to H5 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Auctin 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 Brick Houses situated at 6 1 3 and 617 1 2th Street South (Bartlett) in the City of Lethbndge. 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 Tuesday, Jsfoyember 1 4th, 2.30 p.m. sharp, I 2th Street South and come prepared to bujr For further -particulars, apply to cd AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 sr: i't ;