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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta e Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, November 21, Iftll. Number 288 FOY OPPOSES HUGH GUTHRIE ATTACKS BI-LINGUAL SCHOOLS j Ati.y.-General of Ontario Makes No 'Uncertain Pronouncement McNAUGHT-ME TOO Every Child Must Ite Taught English by Ef- ficient Teacher Toronto, Xov. J. .T. Poy, j Ittoruejr general of Ontario anil one i ol tlie two Roman Catholic members t Ilio Whitiiay'caljiiicl, made tho fol- PERSONNEL ME CABINET White Represents the Parties Will Have to Unite to Crush Disloyal Debate on Speech from the Wil- frid Was in Fine Fetifle. lowing statement 'at a Conservative f Bisetinu In North Toronto last night: "My views are that English lan- Ottawa, Xov. The (Jcbate on the .sptech from the, Ilirone started yesd'rclay addres.se.s hy the mov- er anil seconder., II. II. Bennett, Cal- gary, mid A. Kevigny, of Dorchester, tlie latter speaking, in I'Ycneli. iVU. lieiinet, as was expected, spoke with liis customary Ihieney, and won con [i'limenl.s irom Sir .Wilfrid Laurier mil tlie Premier, as did Mr. Sevigny. Sir Wilfrid Lander, whose desk was ornamented with an immense hand: of roses as a tribute to his seventi- eth birthday, was given an ovation, he v.'hole house joining in. Sir i'id paid a high trihute tn the way in whieh the Duke of Connaught bull already endeared himself to Cana- dians, lie was taking iip the work with the .same xcal and enthusiasm mage should bo thoroughly -aught i by his o'ra-i- j In onr schools to every nupl, by a I teacher thoroughly compar.ent to leach English, that no other language should be tr-.URht in the and hearts by simplicity of her manner, Iht- dignity of bearing and the kind- ness of her disposition. "These qualities are appreciated in j PftffMIER SORDEN Wh0 replied to Sir Wilfrid in the de bate on the' address. thai such !S the law that governs us. j cvcrj. waUi: f nfc aRd a i side havc OTOrj, CCason to congnwu- themselves, viz.: lhe spread of Ontario. If any are Was not muchl" th? Prosperity, increasing rev- cease to exist and care should ht IContuiucd' "U1 from lhe j cnucs, revenues better than anything taken to make, all schools conform to the laiv. This policy Is not mi frlondly to any portion of the com mmilty but la in the inteiasta of rls log generations." W. K. McNausht, the other Conser- vative candidate. in North Toronto, Mr. Foy's views. liEARL GREY USES FIGURATIVE SPEECH London, NOT. GrVyv''h're? I iiding at a meeting advocaiing pro- 1 iwrtional ropreaentation, said that Noia. Scotia had been'represented in 3iu Dominion House of Commons by 1 eighteen Liberals and not a single I Conservative, while British Columbia I bad not a single Liberal I tii-e. Jt was Just aa if a man trera I told at the altar conjt] act marry I the woman cf Ms choice but would I fcave to take a.-woman with a squint I Or a hump. throne to invite great discussion at llic present time. Speech had promised improver! roads, aid to ngri- cuittire and the .establishment of a tariff chmmjlsfiion. It is impossible! to. estimate the value ot these ihings until the character of tlie meas.ire providing For them is knoun. They fan mean .much, or they can neim ttlc. is. however, in the past, and they hope that such a state of affairs may continue. "Fifteen yt-'ars ago such a Compli- ment could not be paid to thc out- going administration. Fifteen years ago agriculture was discouraged and commerce was disturbed. Today how 'different things are. -Today agricul- ture flourished anil" industry was nev- active. Fifteen rears MANITOBA GETS WHAT SIR WILFRID LAURIER OFFERED Itoblin Accepts From Bonlen What Former Premier Equal with Alberta and Saskatchewan in the Matter of Subsidy in Lieu of Lands. HUGH GUTHRIE M. P. (South Wellington) Who made a sensational attack on Minister Whlto and the Nation- GERMANS ARE IN A GREAT RAGE Ottawa, Nov. comes I into her own after forty years of struggle and effort to -secure equality in the confederation Canada. H-cr claims arc recognized and she steps forward in line with the other, sisters in the Dominion. The. boundaries re- main as fixed by Sir Wilfrid and ac- cepted by Munftobu, but thc subsidy indemnity for. the public domain and other financial matters are all to be readjusted on vork when Urn word came for ing tho C08t of to mt revelations, to take up their tools again. One oay v.otera of b Royal the. Dujw of.Con- and one-half only gone, and already ;Latohford and of Colem-in naJBh'. Infiia'1 CHURCH HAS A MIGHTY MISSION Editor of Globe Delivers iin Address at Chi- cago Chicago, Nov. hc- weeii the United Stales and Canada' 'in the management of the firm here! JC. H. Beer, who has'had a long con- nection with the Great .West Saddlery Uo. In Winnipeg, has acquired an in- terest in lhe company's branch li-sro, ami arrived a few days ago to take complete charge of the management j of thc Lethbridgo branch. He is ex- II universal religion that will perfcacod in the wholesale and retail a11 together in amity, harness business, and is of the opln- by Ellitor J- A- 'Mac' ion that the LctHbridge branch will 1lio Toronto Globe, in an be one of the most Important of the company's branches within a very few years. In connection with bis Inking over (be management, there conies a The coal ordered hy thn city some time ago from the Wyoming mines, has not yet arrivedcd, although it expected to have come to hand last Thursday. It has, however, been delayed in transit, nml people are be- ginning to wonder whether it will he on hand before the coal from the Lcthbridgc; minrs is elirown on thn market. Iti case coal is to be (had address tonight before the Presby- j elsewhere hofore the city. supply ar- toriau social union. "The two coun> jrfvr.s, it will likely be switched to trk-a'havo, so much in common, past j points in Saskatchewan, imd said Dr. enough coal has been raised to- :are not ready' A ask delivery to bo started. The Western James Whitney the" elec- Traiisfcr Co., who deliver coal for tion for the districts. About 3000 ap- the company .to the miners, received penis have been entered, word this morning that they could who wish to be entered on the begin delivery at any time, and this afternoon several tuams wpre put to work supplying the miners who are, almost to a man, completely out of coal. Several hundred tons have been j ordered hy lhe miners, checked into the mines yesterday and and'it is hardly likely that'Sex cmm.ty 8choQl Uie any coal will ho on the market for the hlngljoin lo BCOuting the .public for two or three days yt-t. (in JJH curriculum. Badden Powell attended a meeting of parents and explained the objects, every schoiar being BOY SCOUTS ARE TICKLED London, Nov. Duke of ceptance of the 'office who 'have Chlef Scout for Canada has caused' the liveliest satisfaction among home upholders of the movement. Middle- department on account of am outbreak of smallpox among the Indiana of the Yukon, by the department of inland revenue to cover vari of expenditure, and b rine and -lieheries department in con- nection with the reduction of dog on the Atlantic coast. s items e ma- ious i jF-th FERNIE MINES IN FUEL BLAST AGAIN they must be -brought tog-ether in flic name of the firm. The trade and social relations ,and it business of the A. E. Easton Co. Is the church that must do it." HON. GEO. E. KOSTER 1: being wound up as rapidly as possible, md when this is doire the name of the firm here will be tho Alberta Saddlery. It is closely allied with the West. Saddlery Co. of Winnipeg i'.nd Calgary, and will be used as oii'a of that roinpjiny'a branch distribut- ing points. SUGAR BEETS FROZEN IN ('ImtliRm, Out., Xov. ;nidfl of dollars will be lost to the j "rirmcrs of Kent county through him- ftrnds of acres of sugar he6ts frozen nib thy ground In the midst of the harvest, Huyers state (hat fully 20 4 STAFFORD MEETING TONIGHT A meeting of the Biipporters of tho candidature of A. H. Stafford for the mayornlty will be- held in Koom 200, Sherlock block at right, o'clock this (Tuesday) evening. Every ratepayer who is in favor of the movoiiivnt (n have Mr, Stafford run is invited to ho present. GETTING EASY GRADES Vancouver, Nov. re- eolved hero by T. YV. White, chief CD- fiineer of the Canadian Northern rail- way, states thnt W. I. Basaett nml party have jiiPt completed tlm loea- tion of the main, liiie bent ween tho Yellow-head PRSB-and a point In the vicinity of Teto .Taiinc Cache, A por- tion of original location run in j winter two years ago was abandoned ;and new lino seen red on 'fldo of Moose Lake. Bnssctt reported he was oucf.'jasful in sctitiring n maximum grade of Inss than sevon- tenihs of one per cent, over the sec- tion which is tho steepest on lite en- tire route. He will shortly resume revision of "the route south from Juane Cach-u to Breda Lukes af tho head waters of the river. north In the Comment (Special to tho Herald) Fernlo, Nov. Coal Creek mines may be Raid to have been open- ed today, -though some men working Saturday. Hundreds of men nre signing on under the new ment, and the mine trains have agaliiv begun to HIQ on the old time. Most of the men taken on nt first, day men, but the contract miners will Irc placed as fast as tho ;arc ready for t-3m. The big police force Is -being itered of apcclfll sfirvioe and [Alberta contingent will leanc for the, i prairie tomorrow morning. The pro-' jvlnclal specials will also bft returned to (heir regular stations this week. The great snow fall of two ;ago la rapidly disappearing and un- loss there Is a change In tho weather soon the streets will be bare again. The case o'f young Linn, who It charged with intimidation on the 31st' of October, was again postponed and two other arrests have been made Jn connection with that day's disturb- ance. Work on the new Catholic which had to be suspended owing to the tffcvere weather and deep snow, has been reflumet) and the roof will' be finished this week, provided no more snow storms arrive to ;