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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITi: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEItALD November 22, I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 W. A, Director T. W. Editor JOHN Published by The Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth Street, Alberta, Can. PHONE: PHONE: Advertising Editorial, Reportortal, and News 1224 Circulation and Job Depts 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered 1 year, by mail..... mouths delivered months delivered i month delivered 6 months, by mall.....tl SO 1 month, by Addresses-changed jts O.'IHU as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every in or more pages, and cuniains u summary of Ihe news of the week, local and district 1 year in advance .....JH.50 j 3 months in advance G months in advance 75c. f THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cr.'iss Unit; it Book lore. .KG. Iloben- son Si Co.. .larksun i (.'ope. Alexandra 11 People's Urug Store. it Co.. Hamilton, Pinctvsr J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Ftrnte, B. Heal. Medicine Northam Cranbrook, B. Aicliinson. L. KeilH-cku. Diamond Ciiy Dnig Vancouver. B. C. World Wide Xews Co. Brown 2Ml -1th St. .laraieson Co.. 70 Riverside Ave. Also on all C, P. R. Trains Ttt'o-thirds of Premier Hoitleii'fi "popular majority" from Tor- onto, ami Toronto is not Catmdu by lony sliiM. Sir Wilfrid Lanrler wants -to know ivbai the government Is goln.u to of- fer the in exchange re.cl- 'procity. Sir Wilfrid should know. A real Ihv bunch of party workers will get jobs on tin1 tariff commission. What is all this talk about Alberta having hervr terms tbu Mr. Michener and Dr. Stewart said A Iberia got nothing. 'I'he Oonserva- live premier of Manitoba bus a dtf- I ereni view. Vancouver's upbuilding commenced with the abolition the lax on Im- provements. Men felt encouraged to Tect substantial buildings when ihey that the municipality would not fine them as u penally for their enterprise. nuav certnln proposed iarlff elian nffuckMl their Interests. THK HIGH TARIFF policy of the Borden soverumemnr ._ ,0.4Wlllll --idenced The recent a, ruii oi tlie Customs -to impose a higher duty on steel tub- for hy the re- ap "a .slight measure of protection preivmatives ot the people. The pre- The ehtilriiunishlp of public works will be almost as important ap the mayoralty next y-enr. Why not In- Itit'e sotmv of the "good men" men- loned for the mayoralty to emer the ilderuianie lists, Knglisli exchanges to hand for Dot >ber I'outaiu a Renter's News Ag eiicy dispatch, suiting that the Mln ster of Labor a, Ottawa tbt ollowing dispatch from the Minisrei I the Interior from Lethbridge: Have succeeded in getting a full ant oin piece sen m of strike signet bv both Dailies." Crazy Yarn Exploded (Winnipeg I-'rec Press.) Theru could hardly be a more com- collapse thnn that of the chary- of irileged bribery of llenc Lodiic to induce him (o withdraw his ciuidl- dirt u iv in Quebec Kant. Iu opposition Io Sir Laurlor In (ho rcceu Dominion general elections, docls on us announced in a despatch -'ron Quebec yesterday being that ihor no case for the grand jury. Le it --Hi'iiB out. is not even :t Brit sh subject, film hid .story of having been given a bribe of whil drunk, and offered a government post (Ion worth n yvar. to draw hin candidature apainst Sir Wil Laurie i' in the constituency it which Sir Wilfrid has been electee the past iiuarter of ;i contur> either by acclamation or by majorities in Into thousands, takes its In -the limbo of grotesque politl cat myths. Mr. Monday de the Commons ribed his cabinet us "true :1o Canadian industries." U is u-ortfey V." notice thai this is entirely a ds- mental aft ion, without any ap- fp-i] [o thr? "of the peo- j'ii1 in Paillament for decision. The B. C. millmen have likewise fecurerl from the Hurden government similar of the. Cus Departmental Action j it is equally au aumijje that there UHUHIBH [should be such a tiling as department- j'bltie Tory." Mr. Borden was a Liber for half of his lite to date, and his Finance Minis'-er was a Liberal up to December eonsti it as a "true bine" ministry. Per sent mode gives the bends of depart meiits too much power, und destroys the mfcaniuK of popular representa- tion. The community fs by no menus secure, for there is nothing to pre- vent bigher duties being enforced on the excuse of protesting certain in- d lie-tries. Of what use may we well iniiiii inLwi (i: HL-Lii-.iuu ui uir liUH- uutjii ui Hum use mav we wen This will exclude ask are acts of parilamment if they .from Canada a large if not can be, so to speak, nullified by in- .all, rough lumber sawn iu Uie United jstrnctions handed out to Customs of- ,'Htates. The consequences will he a fldaU? There should he some rein- hardship to prairie prov-j-.ody for this high-banded action. There is mucb need in the jtresen-? haps i juver. honorable Speaker could an- Qthers flunk Inces. Lumber is as isity of life to '.he prairie dweller a; parliamemnt "for a watchful opposi- food, it nieiiiiF shelter for himself I tton, au-il there is no doubt that it will for his stock, and it is an its eye on -the government so allow anything which would that ihe welfare of the masses ia not sacrificed to the interests of certain sections.' j I'-Tid to raise its price to be officially sanctioned. rpHE HAN'XEK under which th JL Scouts march is "Peace am goodwill." This is exemplifies by ihe tact tiiat, on account of the principles of the scouts there, Ihe movement is banned by the airili- orities in Finland. This exception vrves to point how much the tenden- cy of the world at. present is towards the preservation of peacw. With this a gnfdimr principle, the scour move- ment is spreading over the civilized There is a sort of cosmopoli- tan brotherhood amongst, the differ- eiu members. This spirit is actuated by the second scont law: "A scout is n friend to every living creature, man or beast, and be is a brother to every Oliver snout, fortunate or unfortunate, ricii or poor.'1 A recont insiance of this was seen in the summer camp formed on the French coast, near Boulogne by a body of scouts from England. At one time in the camp were British, French and Italian, and the camp was described The Boy Scout Movement accord and good fel as being iu ft iowship. This is a great result, for it means "Mich In the amity of nations. idea of a camp, whore different na- tionalities of the genus hoy can meet in harmony is a good one, and will do much towards :i better iinderstandms between the young of nations. It vbnidf be well if the same idea can ie worjked with regard to tht Canad- an Scouts, and a summer to be established in the United States. The norement -there is making headway, and amongst others it baa the 'warm support of Professor Head, of liar- university. All advances, even small, towards establishing a good eeling bst.ween us and our neighbors o the South, should be encouraged. t will also be of much value to our enlarging their views, and a degree of international Im- ice to a movement which is di- ectly ony towards the aid of human dvancfliuent. Thfi Anti-British Policy i Toronto Globe.1 The bill for the repeal of the Xavy .ct that Annuml Luvergne demand- ed is not mentioned in the Speech from the Tnronc. it will come in some other way without 'flourish of trumpet s. Nothing Doing (Vancouver World.) far us th? Canadian navy In concerned. M js cuso nothing do- iny at Ollawa. The sovernment- won the wleut to a large extent OH the strength denunciations of the LaiiiW pro- gramme as altogether Inndeqiiiite, or not. it was pros amme. Something wan going to be done. Parliament assembled yester- and the speech from the throne ivap read. by speech, uider Conservative notli- tig is t0 be done. Kroin first to last line, his Royal Highness, whose words "'ero put into his mouth by tliti gov- ernment, .said not one word about the navy. Apparently the government fs still In the stage of shilly-shally, halt- ng between two opinions. we might at least have bean told luu there was to he a referendum, is, without being told, w? know there vil] be. Why? Because Hourassu and .Monk have promised it io the Nationalists. nd whatever nromises are broken, hey won't be those of Bouraasa and Ionic. Farm and City Property Snaps :IOO ac.iTs-witli 100 ncrcs under ouiiivfttuiu, all fenced and every .foot Kte'tun plow Jand, JUasyterms. 100 acres willi 140 acres uiu'lor ciill.ival.ion, GO acres ready for crop; good water; jiear to good town; per.nc.ro. 320 acres, with fair buildings, and all funced and cross fenced; go'od well; 200 acres under cultivation. At snap price find terms. 50 x I2f> feel on 15th Street South at easy terms. 50 x 125 on Honipns, facing north, Get our prices and terms, on'both farm and ing. Wo have the snaps. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 For a ]oke" Money Talks (Montreal Herald.) A Syndicalism CCORDING to reports from Great Rrftain, there appears to b2 indiration that a Reneral railway strike will be in pro- gress before ChriHimas. The ftoyal Commission appointed after the re- trust of parliamentary measures for the amelioration of Induatrinl evils. The leaders of this extreme, phase of Socialism have for their endeavor the. separation Hie Labor party from politics. This party has been, more or less, allied with Ihe'Libera Bonar Law may not be u genius, but he has the "interesta" behind him. And in this country thera is a well-defined suspicion that when the "interests" really hump themselves they can sometimes elvct a man wh couldn't possibly elect himself. Population of Barons (Carmangay Sun) By some mistake in ihia census fig u res ,the population of Barons is giv ?n as 75, TO any person who lias ev sr visited tlie hustling town -to the this will almost vldicu Ions. The Sun interviewed the enum erator since the figures were pimlisl ed, and he informed us that bis iv. port sent in showed'the population of Barons to be 125.- The Lightning Winston (.Montreal Herald.) .Many more comfortable, things have happened than this putting Winston Churchill in charge of th'5 navy. He began hia tenancy by a call to Ger- many for a show down, and be is just the sort of a man to raise the stakes o the limit if Germ Any insists on continuing the game. Too Slow for the West (Winnipeg Tnibwra.) A story is told of an old-time Win- ilpegger who had lain at death's door "'ore or less, allied with ihe'Libera Industrial trouble has not proved jpnrty, but has nqt been satisfactory io the labor unions. ItjstroH" in I'self as regards n limbers Is considered that their interests assert Itself. The -extreme men o have no-: baen .ahogether considered, jthe Labor party are those who find this will he an sxctsse for not ac-1leading, the new niovement. The rea <-'aptlng hs decision. To the this is that there IB a PUS trial nnretit in the United Kingdom IPteion among the unthinking masses sprung another foe which will do j-'n (ircat Britain that the environmen much, in augmenting the labor strife, [of the British House of Commons We refer to the'system of j somehow tones a man down. The Ism.. This is a growth so far Ifanalics among them imagine that ii as the British Isles arv concerned. Its members wifb too much being Impcr ed from France, where [leHpectabllity. and th-ereby that the Its great leader Is George -SoifH; Jtjcanse of labor auffers. The reauU dlffars Troro Hodalism in ibai. it does of such a state of things Is want of education. Men are an easily led look lo for re- rtreHH of grievances. Nor jit way by rirey demagogue-H with doos it Sftefe for nationalization (Plausible arguments. Lord Slier- or UIP menus of production and dis- hrooke, hetter known as "Bobby Low" trihutfori, which the Socialisls It alms, as the word implies, at. ih-a of different units ot labor. The post of'ifeft to post, office emnloyeeK. the railways to in the days gone by, speaking of rise of democracy made use of the In- junction: must educate our mas- ters." The value of this is now. The stale- by present Liberal logisla- railway men. and so on. Hy jtlon his done much for the niassca. means there will be formed a rprfera-lind is endeavoring to do more, lion of labor. labor becomes is reaaoii for mucb concern fn federallxpd. it wiH he yngy to brinj; 'that 'die unthinking public should al- about general wlijpli :ilono to be played upon by Irre- upon as Temedy. Tlie labor- ers somehow havn jto1- to have a dia- sponaible leaders for imniosea of their OUR POINT OF VIEW visiting The ne.tt mayor of Lethbridpo will Outside capitalist am In siirprisinp nuinherB j be the uiisii who impresses Hta tlit-iif. ilnys, and afi psfm unanlmoiiK payers with bis bigiiftss. A man oi fn lh? opinion tlmt I'Jii1 if going to Unmll collbiv would be n dtaiKiro IB ytuft mlsfll in r.il'J, or some weeks. To each telephone inquiry the nurse's answer was "He's slowly sinking." One morning a tc'Jv military fricrifl. Inquiring for the sev- enteen-ih time, on receiving the sarm? answer, replied Is be lever.going to touch Mr. Cochrane, Statesman (Halifax Chronicle.) So as has transpired tlie one notable thins t.baf Hon. Frank Co- chrane did during his visit to .Nova Sco-iia, as Jlinister of was to throw a poor man oiri nf a job at the Stcllarton round house, aimp'iy because be was a Liberal, and n Tory wanted iliR job. .Mr. Cochrane is ahowine his calibre early in the Two of a Kind (Regliia Leader.) What with Hon. Sam Hughes sfiy- ii? tbnt Canada miiBt arm against he L'nllfrd StiitMB, and Champ Clark ft'iking of running on an annexation )lajform, it looks aa though war may :ome any day. Kam and AccoUnteu for are the loves of yester. asks the poet. We don't know where -they all are, but some of them are in the divorce courts. Cre'dentials Employer yon 'ingle OT married, young man? sir. you got any cral- eiriials? sit. Two boys and a girl, sir. r The- Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF M orn Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock'Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The Saw-like Edge prisoner's escaped from his cell. How did he get out? a clean collar fro.in th5 laundry, and sawed tbrough the bars with it. I I Little Pu-YI Jttl-e Pu-Yi, they are shooting men j down j Because you are false to your; trust: I They are fighting to rob y.ou o throne and of crown, They are dragging your flag in th dust: Vim your name the last name the have uttered, men die, And many while cursing you fall: But ihe world breathes a prayer fo yon, little Pu-Yi, You're a poor littlq -boy, after all. Mia in p are two of a kind, and In the RSI ihcrn Is always Hmi The. Hnguc trlbuiiRl. As io Party Finences (Toronlo Olobe.) Tins OiH'.lpb, Herald sayfi; "Tlie new jiberit) plntiorm heHcvfiK in ptibllfb- ng all rflinp.Tlgii ronVibu-'Jons, o