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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta T.TT.F. LETHBRTPGE PAILT HBBAtP Thursday, JVovo.mlKir1ft, 1011 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "i ESTABLISHED DECEMBER W. A. Director T. Editor v JOHN Manager Published'by The Lethbridgc Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. every Inwful evening afits office, Sixth Street. Lethbridgt, Alberta, w. PHONE: Editorial. Reportortal. and Newt Advertising Circulation and Job Depts 'DAILY SUBSCRIPTION I year-delivered- I year, by mail months delivered ?2.00 j months, by :i months delivered 1 mo.ith delivered 35c.. j 1 month, by Addresaea.changed as often as both new and old ail- dresses must gtvou THE WEEKLY.HERALD .published every Wednesday'hi more pages, and contains a summary of Hie news of 'be aml 1 year in advance .....It.50 j ;t advance ...T.Oc. 6 months in advance Tftf. J THE'DAILV HERALD FOR.SAL'E AT Cross .Drug .Book .tore, J.G. Ruben- son' A: Jaeksun A: Cope, Alexandra People's Drug Store. :Co.t-R.W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. ,McCroa. Bros. Drug Book Fernie, B. Beal. Medicine Hat-l-M. Nortbam tranbrook, B. k Atchliison. K Relnt'uka. Diamond City 'Drug t-'o- Vancouver, B. C. .Wide Jfews Co. Brown 219 4ib St. 'Spokane-Tlie .laniiesou News Co-, Riverside Ave. Also on all C, P. R. Trains .Referendum Inevitable ORILMA PACKET, a dyed- X -iH-tiie-wooLToryshe.et.suys that there .will .be'110 referendum on the the Nationalists to the con- trary, notwithstanding. Packet more likely expressing its wishes than- its belief. When it made tbe it had not the opportunity reading.the speech" of the National- hit Postmaster-Genenl.'-Hon. L. P. Pel- in which lie declared that there Voiild be -a Surely Mr. ".Fellai-ier, a member of Borders gov- ernment, life knows better -than the Oril'ila Packet. Tbe very recognition 'Sordeu has made of the Nationalists [by taking into his Cabinet advocates t the referendum, like Monk an Pelletier, is evidence that he has caj milaied to t'hat elecemt. One of lii Omai'io iminisiers, Hon. Frank Oc chr'ane, directed jthe recent cumpaig in Ontario, and he brought Henri Boui asaa'into two Ontario constituGudeE lud-.the-'fiery-.Nationalist lender tlier [declared the referendum was his poll cy, and.-.the candidates on whose be half'lie spoke, S my the, of.Algoma, auc Gordon, of Nipisjsing, endorsed him Tbe-Packet will have to grin and beai the Nationalist "dominance of the Con serviitive government. Delay on Civic Gpntfacts Explained IS THE municipal campaign draws near, the crirlc becomes more and more vociferous in his crit- i Icisms of the doings of 'ills, munici- pal body during the past year, and in his desire to make himself heard, he makes statements, on invest! jraiion. are found to be without found jition. These imagined grievances are none too pleasant 'io .be airari in pub- lic, hut wish to take advantage of this opportunity to dispel idea which is, perhaps .becoming too prev- alent. We refer to tbe criticism that thu council has badly, disappointed tile puoiic in the amount of improve- ments which were to have been fin- ished this year, but which as-yet have not started. There are two reasons which might. TIR attributed as an explanation of this. In [he early spring engin- toerV department was disorganized. 'fiii'.d as practically all tlm .was lin charge of thai department, it could '-not be proceeded with until the af- i fairs of the department were likely be capably looked afitr. erri; was that weather conditions during tire major part of'Uve seaso were anything but suitable for con- tract work. Over the latter the council bad ab- solutely no control, Therefore, no criticism can be offered on tbat score. Ovvsr the engineer's department, how- ever, -the council-did'have, and there'only are-they open to criticism. Tlie arrangement of the affairs of the d epa rtiu-en t were attend ed by t oo red tape, and not enough de- cision of the council. The ult'uation should have been studied exactly [n the same manuur i would have been evident bad it been a straight business proposition nslde -any independent corporation. Hpivtsv.ef, us matters afterwards turned1 our, little time was lost dur- ng" the year, and any criticisms which las been'. made, of tbe council for de- -the year's undertakings has >een to' unjustified. (liiizens may .rest assiired tbat the arrangement of tbe city's work for iexi" year are'-in better shape than The second reason, which.wag real- they havte been for some time. Upholding 'the Tariff j TH'JtOiM the speech delivered-by the Minister of Finance at Leeds, it hi cleir tkat there is no reduction of tariff In the fiscal jyo'Ucy of the sovsrnmcnt. ilooks uncommobly as if Mr. White is iwaking a the Weateru fnr- vuer. that-the farmer is in of protection as much .as any and one hundred million of to sell'after the needs of Cmt- ada, and Britain, are supplied. The. as producers tire con- cerned, has in so great H degree as to make tbe East appenr to have: .staifiiated, .during recent years. ThjB increasH in-gmln production, to judfe J'rom-itj-present rate, will grow the.i consuming population Bother pergon engaged in industry. He Canada. The Western farmers re- tis dragged in, and marie to believe this, anil have lent force to lariff ia necesiary for his fwnlfare in order to justify tbe.siand the minister js tflking generally., AVha't is good for one is goort'Jor all, purport. -jof lilr. Whfes and thus, it is hoped; -Unit the deluded farmer will bo satisfied with the wisdom of the policy; laid down. toe is to sacrifice the .opinion derived from experience mid- special knowledge, and is aak- "io- things through the .Minister of Finanre. He, the piyieiical .ianner, is. to consider him- Bolf- -wrong, and is to. trust, in the wig- drim" of those called to. rule over him. 'tha-t'a.nner is concerned about nt the- present, time is what; he is to do 'vitli.his Mr. White tells, him .that tip .baa probably the lirst., bonic in.irkHt in'.the "world today. Yet this season there are between fifty their belief by-a majority of In the -recent, election. With the tariff as'it at present, their hands are tied. They can neither buy freely uor sell freely.' it IB ;i discourage- ment to the of wheat, as much It is to the growing of barley. is a market close at hand, with the wall of tariff be- tween to prevent the grower from making any use of H. While the state of- the home market is such as to check., any attempt to cater for it. It is impossible to .see tbe wisdom of a policy that in this way handicaps de- velopment. "The interests of the com- munity muat. be always before says.Mr. it looks as the Western farmer.is no p-art of that bap py family, 'f'bern ia much meaning in the word Jdeiuw of tlu> province tfour hence. v I'lio Vancouver Commercial Aihvr- tfm'r Is kt'on In its anlagoiiiiim to Dav- id Lloyd George, chief rettsoii be- not hit; but -tho fact lie bolonjiB lo Liberal party. ,11 doomi'i seem to be wcn-ylnx Lloyd io any material extent. oorsc Tayior. of Gammoqne, pok- morc fun ai tho than any oilier man in tho of Ca mi (In. And now snicps soat In tlie "homo of deeujvd poll- ilans" himself. Tim? brings Us re- rofzardless of pu'l- itirs. will join in congratulating .Mr. Magrath on bis to the In- tflrnHlloiwl Commission, should the iftjwspiipor rumor -iriut. QiutHficaUoiiK for Htuth H iott' are the of any until When Lattrtfei-reaobed office In 189i tho Senate contain-ad a Inrpe .maJorUj ut Conservatives, who were ntjlmo sod lo bhow parilijtui coiuiHions are reversed now, am lor-Hohi'on him to Uer.I wl-th u Senate overwhelmingly hlberul. I will stay that way longer tlmu.dtd llu ilvortjct nuijorUy I-aurior, in Ubonil rule j not old men. It iy -to be bopt-d that tin- majority will. and tiot opiiosc the doii iinaut party in Commons just foi 'tha sake of QpposiUon. If tbe Sen ir.'p iu of real value, tho opportuniti jh.is arrived to'd'amonslTHte the fact. Qlhers 'phink H iwoplo as tno Gcnuahe ahouhl 'so sfi-oiuioiislj- porslsl In 11 uiliHary uiu iinval yolicy -ibat koops oiu in constant uiu! costly hazrtiil. nfo Must Have: Been Martial Music f London' Ohronicto) Mow do staesmen themselves I into tbt: frame of mind'io'declaro war? According to a popular German story, method in HisiiiaroU's case in .ixilii was one would hardly be suspect- ed. Ills subordinate, Keiulcll, an exi.wrt pianist, and, as Stv Alounl- stunrt Grant Duff pista H. "usoil. it Is said to fulfill toward him the func- tlon which David fulfilled toward Ccnjjus Returns Saul." On one evening Bismarck ivas .-Why ;iTe cKifi3 referrwl ,u .....iHiially moody, and Kendall siir- alw-ivs0" "Thunk- A Sardonic Pun "That egotistical party makes a of money." "Y-es. Mis religion is a sort of I-dol Star. himsolf at the piano. you, my dear said liismarck, finally. "You have soothed me and