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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TCTF LETHBRrDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, Vovember LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER W, A. Director. T. W. Editor JOHN Manager PublUhed by The Lethbridge Herald Publlihlng Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridge, Albert., Can. PHONE; Editorial. Adverting Reportorial, and Newt 1224 Circulation and Job 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION I year, ilrllvprt'il ......S4.00 I year, by mall months, liy mull montlls ih'livert'd It months delivered 1 month delivered SI.00 35c.. 1 month, by AildressM changed as often as deshvd. but both new and old ad- dresses must he given THE WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight.or more payus, and contains summary of the news of tho local and district I year in advance j ;t months iu.-advance ...50c. C months In advance J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT CriMS Drug (look tore. J.G. Robert- son Co.. .Jackson -fc Cope. Alexandra, People's Drug Store. Co., Hamilton. B. .1. Mitchell. L. .McCren. hike Bros. Drug Book Co. rFernle, Kejl. Medicine Hit-Uil. Norilittiu Cranbrook. B. fc Atchinson. Claresholni-0, L. Heimsckn. Diamond City Drug C'O. Vancouver. B. C. Wide News Co. ft Brown 4th St. Spokane-TUe Jaraieson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also on ail C. P. R- Trains ganda. It win bring ros.ilts. Ihtelll- yi'tu, persistent adverlfging alwuyg pays. l.othbridgc will have un up to dale manual i raining school. A building jvrifcled anil t'uutppcd OBpeclHlly for purpose. LcthbHilge takes sue- oud place lo no city In tho In I Its educational appointments. tho Mouse of Commons will resound with tho elofjiiencu of the Im- perialist IJennett and the rank null- Imperialist Sovigny. both lauding tho HovennnMiit, as givini; expression -to llioir views, Wonderful government. Profeiior LauflhiH 1 funny old tossll In iho, museum today. 1 I nought of yon at Molly'a Choicl The .Mo'lly .would yoll rather lie beautiful or yood? rather tie beautiful and Machine Wat Inaured. "1 should think you n be afraid to el your hoys run your "Oh, no; I have It lencid Qthers Foreign Capital for China I I on eta ry TI nios.) One reason the powers are anxious the revolution should not crack China, Is that about of 'tiph. American. French, Uerman, Helgian and Japanese capital is In- led in Chinese railways. THE SPKECU given H.R.H. the of Connatight by Premier Burden to read at the opening Speech From the Throne of a Tariff Commission will not like ly ba opposed, as such an expedient can do littte harm when ir. has no leg- of Parliament yes-erday. .didn't con- tain much more than was anticipat- islative powers. Its functions wiri be purely academic. Th-e debate on that measure shouldn't last -three ed... Tlier? wasn't enough in it to just- ify a lengthy session, although it is "doubtful whether tvorogation be roads mow-meet looks all right, but reached by Christmas. k- will da- it all depends on whether the assist- very largely on tha gov- ernment. If the legislation is ready, there should be pos- sibility a six weeks' s-assion being sufficient. Oppositions as a rule are not o'.'-rly strenuous in th? first ses- The suggested assistance in a good ance is to be Dominion-wide, or con- fined to one or two provinces. There was no mention o'f taking the sion of a parliament. will take a session to set an insight into what is likaly to be the best fight- ing ground. The bi'il regarding the inspection of grain will not cause a Apparently tho promises made by fight, ;is the Laurier government had ,Mr. llor'den in his pre-election tour iltity off agricultural Implements, noth- ing about giving provinces their natural resources, nothing about aid- ing a chilled meat industry, nothing about the Georgian Bay Canal, anil Pflople Revolt Against Graft (.Montreal Herald.) Philadelphia has had a return of he reform wave which made her fa- nous a few years ago. With a party uajority of 100T000 to go upon, ttw tepublican organization was bwnten lecause the people took its leaders or grafters. The reform candidate won by over -1000. Looks Well in Marble {.Montreal Htirald.) .Mercier now has his memorial duly erected at Quebec. And even the To- ronto Mail and Empire will not bo ftbte to deny that ht makes a better looking statue than the great major- ity of the public men of Canada who Iwve been similarly honored. Play Is Wholesome (Spokesman Review.) Thy man who does not know how -io ilay does not know how to work. He may tojl terribly and everlast- ugly, but he gets himself into a con- iition where brain and brawn go stale nd labor becomes drudgery. The greatest, workers in the world Made Money On It "Was your daiislitor's musical edu- cation a profitable "You Iwt! 1 bought tho houiioa on cither side of us at half -their value." An Effective Threat drop thai coat, ml clear outf be quiet, or l'll_ wake your wife and give her this letter I found in your York Ev- ening Mail. A Good Reason always eats pie when we have friends at dinner. is that. Tommy? we don't have no pia no other York Evening Mail. Not Fault Ho says that we sleep .op much. it isn't his fault; he las invented enough things to keen National Distinction! your Italian barber re- ised to shave you. Why was that? told him I'd just had a 'urkish Transcript. A Beneficient Law t law says that be- ore a room can be -re-papered, the old paper must be scraped off. it wasn't for that law, the walls of the rooms in our flat houses would soon son's Bay railway. similar legislation ready dis- solution took plat The appointment are to be kept in cold storage for a Election of School Trustees W municipal be told that of School Trust- ees. Here it Is equally in- .cumhent on the ratepayers to elect, man who arc oapabls. progressive and .insistent that their ideaa on edu- cation should bs carried ouL With this view it '.3 important that the men selected should be thoroughly cognisam oi nesds. U is not only sufficient that they a i able to deal with ways and rr.'.ians. They ought to have ihe ab- ility, to make suggestions, and plan out original ideas for the educational good. They should have enough au- thority jn themselves lo convince ihe Department of education that what they decide to be beneficial should only a vague reference to the Hud- s measured by ihe effectiveness and value cfl their labors in the final es- timate, have b-e'an those who best know how to play greatly. Even when they play, they still 'Iwork, for their play is re-creation of their vital forces, and such recrea- tion is the exertion of effort but exertion still. Americans peculiaily need to learn ihe gospel of play. The mod'ern age is a strenuous age, and Americans -will tsa sufficiently familiar with school curricula so as to bo able to advise An 'Airy Subject The bald barber had just straight-1 ened tire 'bald customer in the chair. The conversation had drifted to hair. observed the bald barber, jocularly, "seems to be a matter that is neither herte nor Her Definition do you consider a i waste of opportunity? freight train going through York Sun. the, matter of instruction in schools according as lo'Svli-erilier the pupils be- long to commercial, mining or rural cpimnunftlai. Oy these attributes a- lone will ttie elected be success- ful in- dealing-with educational re- aiiuum uc iiiutuiiQiuj In no public duty are present-day educational 'men _of intelligence and education more greatly needed. This is tli-e trend towards'which all school trus- taes shq.uld conform. The more en- lightened and up-to-date s'.hey are, the. better for education. School trustees should be who will take an active Interest in everything which pertains to education, and who study of'the subject, will ei art- the most strenuous children of their time. The German works -apor- mously, but he also plays much, and his play is one of the means by which he is winning the headship of the mar kets of the world. out. They ought io be men EO familiar with education that the% are in ;i position to say what ought joE school trustees have the import to bu taught, and fo be able if ueces- 'ant consideration in the bands of th deavor to., keep abreast wuh needs of .the times. Let the matte sary. to discuss these matters with ratepayers which educational They ought to Jpught to have. education itsel T Irish Home Rule UK LEAUh'K of Hie Irish parlia- mentary party, speaking at regard to J Ionic Kule, made use of the follow ing .words: "We are not asking for a co-ordinate parliament, sucli as ire- land had before the 'Union. We are asking, not "for the repeal of tho Un- ton, but for a re-adjustment of the terms of tha Union, by the creation of jj subordinate parliament for the "management of Irish affairs, "subject to the continued pram any of the. IniiiHiial parliament ni flter. .England and Ireland would tlicn for the first time be rea'IIy unlt- would able' to fare ibi; .future hand in hand." The state- ment is well, with regard to the opin- "ion some hold thai Home flule for Ire- land means giving'tt a colonial .'onu _nf 'goveTiimviif, aiul-mnklng it. ns to- tally independent of the .Mother f.'iun- economic leglslaiion of the R lii-h pariiament would have to fci -such as the old-agig and Ihe State 'insurance scheme. I '.voulti also mean a, loss of credi fiuiu Great Britain in the plan of the transferring of the land of Irelai: Trom" the landlords to peasant proprie lors. it is not- to be. imagined tha would agree to any measure that would allow' Ireland the power to create any prohibitive tariff on Brit ish goods. This it would have if the larger scli'eniR allowed. For then Frelaiid woujd have complete power of her own customs, and, he own excise, to say nothing of her army and navy, and postal service. The "demand of the Irish herefore, appears to he a moderate and for'which there appears great, reasons against conceding. The.outcry In some quarters against. Home Hulc for Ireland Is that the try as are the Overseas Dominions. U'rotcstant minority is likely This Is a measure of self-government j tyrannized, but there does not, ap- which according to iK-a words of Air. (pear to tie much danger of this In a Hedrnond, the Irisl: do not seek, tact, the concerFlon of surh i.ilu incin consderahle loss to the k. The beneficial insults of :lv? !n moticrafe scheme. The rights of this minority would, no doubt, be safe- guarded in the fact that the Imperial parliament would still he supreme. OUR POINT OF VIEW The chilled meat Industry pTomlaT Isn't chilled ynoiifili yet. It Is In cnld storage. Apparently the promiee of the nat- ural resources to the provinces is being reserved -to be used as a politi- fooiball.' There will be more building done in the first six months 'of' 191.! than thL-r.-: was nUoficltor this year. And >bat will be only a atarter. The Tariff Commission will do some good. at least will provide berths for a few staunch party work- tirs. Mr. Goode'a ilefinlle annouiiRe- inent has given the municipal cam- paign a practical turn. Ho is an en- terprising citizen, and Is loval 10 Ijathbriclgfl. Tha Hoard of Trade is doing an ex- cellent work In publicity prwpa- To Aboliih Taxes' (Edmonton Bulletin.') The business tax and the poll tax are to be abolished, and the city to coll-ect all its i from levies upon land. The trend of things has been in this dtraction for years with common consent. The notion that a man should be taxed just because he conducts a in- stead of leaving in idleness lot upon which his building stands, has been thoroughly discredited. The poll tax has from the first been re- garded by a considerable section of the community as a form of petty lar- ceny, and by those charged with the collection of it as an unmitigated nuisance ior1 which th'are was no pro- portionate income to the city treas- ury. The tendency has been io mod- ify the business tax and to leave the pol-j tax uncoil-ected, the former be- cause it was considered unjust, the latter because it was in fact largely uncollectable. It is better that an end should be made of both of- ttrani, and the single tax system compietiy idopted. "Tust por a Joke At the Tea Majestic your hus- band smoke, my Flippant don't know. He's dead ,5'ou aee. Makes Them Larf One of "the great comforts thai the now get out of reading the "items of twenty 'years, ago" in; their local that .potatoes wem selling them for twenty-cents ft City Journal, THE FEMALE OF THE SPECJES (Detroit Free (With Apologies to. When the. silk and, linen salesman takes his sweetheart to', a play. And concludes the evening an Inn or swell cafe, lift would chew a schweitzer sandwic but the lady orders quail. For the female of the species eai more rich stuff than the male. While Under the Glamor "I don't s-ee why he wants to marry bar; he has only known her a week." "That's the Post What He Needed "I must brush the cobwebs from my train." "Then you ought to get a vacuum Baltimore American. Man would quaff a glass of lager an account the beverage fine, But the lady who is with him fai would quench her thirst wit wine; the food she; orders with it make ten-case note look pale. the female of the species cal more pastry than the mule. Whtri the silk and linon aslesma takes his sweetheart to a danc feet on .Street South at easy Icrnis. 50 x .125 on-Bonipas, I'aciiig -north. Get our prices and both farm and city property before; buy- ing. We have the snaps. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Auction Sale Of Residential Property POSTPONED We have been instructed by the owner on account of the inclement weather fti postpone the auction sale of the two Modern firick Houses located at 613 and 61712th Street South (Bartlett) in the City of bridge, and which was to have been sold at public auction Wednesday, November 14th, The sale of this property has been postponed until Wednesday, November 22nd. p.m. In our offices. We will be glad lo show you this property and answer inquiries in regard to it Both Houses are in good repair and are good Revenue Producers. Terms will be made very attractive to purchasers For further particulars, apply to H.GALVIN CO. AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block Phone 1425 Lethbridge, Alta. ;