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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin? LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER W. A. D'.rector T. W. Editor JOHN Manager Published by The Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co.. L'd., every lawful evening it Iti office, Sixth Street, Lethbridgt, Alberta, Can. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and PHONE: Editori.il, Reportorlal, and News 1224 Ci monlhs delivered it'.OO 3 monlhs delivered Sl.no 1 month delivered OAILV SUBSCHIPTION RATES 1 year delivered ......J4.00 1 year, by C months, by 1 month, by mail........2i'c- Addresses changed as often as desired, but both nc'J and old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eisht or more pages, iincl conlains a summary of the news of the week, local and district 1 year in advance .....SI..10 j -j, months in advance ...50c. months in advance Tar. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Drug Hook tore. J.C.. r.obevt- son Co.. Jackson A: Cope. Alexandra I'eoiile's Drug Store. i- Co.. K.W. Hamilton. Pincher K. J. .Mitchell, D. L. McCIrea. Uros. Drug .t Booli Co. Fernie. B. Heal. Medicine Xorlham Cranbrook, B. C.-Bealtic fc I i U Heim-cUn. i Diamond City Vancouver. B. C. Wide News Co. ft Bruwil 219 4th Si. Spokane-The .lamieson News Co.. Tnr, Kiverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Trains OUR POINT OF VIEW HocHt ih bridge, j Aimtnilia wJH come In Tor the un- 'uthemns of tlio wupeMnvpcrlHl band of Welcome Uio Ury.h'armiiiK Con- {patriots futuul In yputs in Canada. The urridiiiv, InntlpoUnan CXnnmoinvpiilili is actually i Booking ix'L'iproi-ity wltli I ho United I lei (ho imltllolly campaign pro-j Slates. .Mr. Hordtfn doesn't Hku refenmcus C'ulsarv -has raised 5100.000 for pub- i from Opposition tti Ills -alliance 'llclty purposes. Lethltrktse will rc-lwith tht; ImpodaL-hiitintf Nationalists. rHvu a million dollars' worth of Unit Is uiin rawun why lie will licity from (ho Dry-Kuriiilng Congress, -hear a, whok- lot a bom it. Kverv country in iho world worlli, t A lower tar r s nbso ulely nu'inioniiij; will ii'itr -rtbout he tU bridgeI. ilial to the development of the 111 and the fanners' should keep up a Uon't let I lie other follow bent you out. (.Jet into the forward China Imur nbout Letli home of tho Dry-Kiirm persistent agitation for it. White As'inkh lost in a bye-dee lion, the vote was so close fliers is uc evidence n popular verdict tiyalust Irish Home Rule. I M. if ho would MF l-nsc Ws ,h, altfmlKes fnrds.on lus been given iiriicllwl j gir oMIu- watchluiness of nmre Ws Mmg (o I When one reulUeu that Canada savi a majority of L'S.iiOO outside- of Ontario j Graduates from Woatern universi- fur reciprocity, it innst lend to ilie ton-j ties are 'ho loaders in tho elusion ih-.it tin; people are not so ml-1 Chinese revolution. Surely a new day wider markets after all. lib dawning; for the Celestial kingdom. Muscular Christanity j RKV. UK.'FRANK W. I '-v "le SHme W'IU cfi door sports, j ;i wjll-known ins tor and ai-y lieeoiuiu fflhat Qthers linim-ale dry-land, and k-eep it 'moist. progress hay been inado in that science. The people who farm i" areas of light rainfall are just be- ginning to learn the two primary principles oi dry-hind fanning. These Will Not Stay Dead (Bruckville Recorder.) The Bidden and nnlooksd-for storage of rainfall as it co, UK watchers more than Of the Liberal purty will tht> 1HU' tlie prevention of .himos Whitney i'ts tsi'ape afterwards. The first is itmltor. has been lately euipha-1 doers. Therefore, the active spirit bably aeein to Sir........._ ____. die vnli-v of phystrnl culture ;iiitruduceii ijito athletics would have I very imrp-umnable. Why cannot Accomplished by deep plowing as an adfunc.; to the work of -ihp reaction in an active spirituality, pariy that is dead, stay buried? SuohjSoll, and the second is accomplished pit. This is nothing new, and the pas- fnr as tbe are concerned, it tor admi.s that the idea is a sr'm fee and aihleUca going hand in hand. It re- moves' from religion all io j pa in hy ism which some, particularly boys, are inclined to see ih it. when physical skill, activity and shown by Ms axponnenls. are uncanny. What rrtiqupnt stirring of the surface ihp use or killing opponents if iheypoil, to keep the evaporation wells indulge in the had habit of-coining tight: tlie nambv- ilife again to trouble bis Napoleonic; M-ijesty I'oor Sir .lames. I10 learned abont the best, methods of accomplishing these two fund A men- tal ihitigs. That is why people are FOR SALE x. 125 on 12l.li St. Soitlh (-.BarlJefct.) .facing east iicnr Fourth Avenue. South 50 x 125'on 1 Illi Si. Soulli (Asluuead) between (5i.li Are. South (Conrt- Innil) .and 7h Ave. South 7f> x on Ui.h St. Soiif.h (Earnest) 5th A vo. South (Bom- pa.s) and iHh Avo. South Mi-res Avilh liouso, all steam plow lamina snap For short (inio only, cash, luuullcs. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 becoming more and more recognized. 'ill that, there is perhaps not liUK-h oi' influence exercised by chuirnes as there should be. physical skill, activity and interest oush: to be aihlai.it: clubs shown by ils axponnenls. Muscu- Kanized in our Sunday schools, i'BT Christians area great asset to connection between a healthy j nation, and ting should he thoroughly -mind and a healthy body 1ms been j realized by our religious leaders, n'rendy admitted. Therefore, phy- More to done for indoor should be as j than for outdoor recreation [party system required in the cleeto- inSich rat-ognixed and encouraged asjihe young; whereas tiiere should be jate ;L element, of liotmst mid spiritual wholesomencsa. are in encouragement siveu to the for- {intelligent independence. Tbe inde- There is no doubt a great deal is yet The Party so much interest in dry-far- (Woodstock- Sentinel collgresaea days, The Frequent change may bo expecied, Que ut Lethbrldge promises to not only I0 stimulate endeavor, but to fhe bcst yet farmers check The tendencies to corruption. rfrom tbis pnrf'of. the country can At any rate, the propar working of afford to attend. 1 present day inrlined "o i )n l IK? more than pendence In itsolf Is'nDt of much -.u- riint if it be "blind or ie 3itters jnier. At this season of theyear, there ..dors mills nm too much scope for out of door LUUIII ti ,fw _ Erase. We preter to watch and but what can be prac- !hu[ jf j, both bonesr to listen morr than to do. The ten- Used should onconrRged. Tbejetj [t hold the r.'irf doncy is there as much on '.ho sjiiritu- !young require initiation and encotiv- fl! as on tiia physical aide, wa iasement, and theso come best from ai'j? afraid most of us. KO tu places jtUei-r spiritual advisors. The spirit of worship, nnd there we think our fund wholespnuiness created tend to, duties pud. become more passive I Rive religions 'teaching its lies tre- than active C'liristians. H is frequent-j suits. "fust par a Joke The Word of the Red .Man Farmers. Do It "x (Winnipeg Tribune') V The way to strike is by legitimate visitation. Premier Borden is doubt- less anxious to tlo something for the people and stay in office. The farm- The Sherman Act History was the the -Sherman Act? Bright .iPupil through. H OFTK.V do we hear of a man's word being his bond, and yet in how many cnsos has li otherwise? it IB Jnrjresiiris io note -'hai there is at ons person on whose word cr-r.aiii iesal auihontie? implicitly t.TL'st and that is (he -red man. From JX'iiver. comes the of a Indian, of the .San .limn Ag- ency, in Xordieru New Mwxico. Indicted for nuirtiering a white trad- ball all the summer on hip to return on the day of execution. This he did. and met his doom all the due formalities oi law. Here ave cases of ihe "unuitored with a strong conception of the binding- of a promise It is some- thing for (he ordinary person to think over. He will wonder if, after :tll, civilization tends to increase a man's moral reaponsitii'irv or whether artt- ficiiiliiy is prone t0 kill the nobility Quitc Enough, Thank You that watermelon 1 ers should make political lifo r-nicti- you do for the whole1'family? callv unbearable for him unless he leg nearly. The doc- fslates. for the people. As tor is calling yed't-Toledo Blade, i-icii ;stand at present, the trusts and inter-j i are the real rulers tho Agency grounds, with nothing gleaned from its of the Indian, the value to on his word of -honor is passi'jly a Tet- his escape should he wish tojieh, Ivantied down from father to son, hinisalf of the means. There so the feeling becouiep inbrrd. mountains to which he could floe i the less is it praiseworthy, and tfind where he would n good'serves as a lewon to the white man rhamre of escaping the vigilance nf to estimate tiie Importance of a virtU' ilhe Indian prfifre for years. But by io inonlcate it. It is ihns j'jmalned true to the trust v, hicii only by keeping lofty traits on a high ilhp white men of the southweEv bavf and even drawing attention 10 that the reil man'a word ,ihfiir value that a wholesome given is never broken, llisrory system of inornlUy can be preserved records a notalvo parallel 'he nnd Truly, the "poor In- of tin Oklaboma Imlian murderer, who tHnn" in the incidents cited, helps bavins been found guilty in the firat point a moral and -f0 ariorn a dflgroe, was allowed to play base- ,iale." Liberalism in -Ontario JUDGIXG from the force of th-3 k'ader Liberaliam in OntaTin has cent address of X. Kowell. jotrtained a new lease of life. It wll'i K. the new Liberal leader [become, more and more, a livin 5n Ontario, LiberaliHin has not re- reived a set hack as tha result of ibe federal election. Halher will it strength, and in its ,-ippsal to lie in .the value of thn principles laid down. Mr. Kowell has treated state of things fearlesfciy. Notably In his utterance that' the property of the railway jftiicfent g and virile '.'niUi. His platform, ho aa- JH not tho last word of- pro- gressive hlherHliam. It is hut a (statement o-f the present urgent and ne Ad H. The allusion to -tho Honian god Terminus a very vell'B "In thn days of Home among many ehouid te subject t0 municipal was the sod Tunnlnus. (lie god lion similar to that of other railways, jof Inn-ltnarks. It WHS the pride and AVIth rofoi'euce to thu vexud mies-.ioii -glory of Romo that once they nuirk- tif bi-ilngual schools he lias come out thebonndarieH of tbe JOmplre from in stfttemfiir-' uhose boundaries -tbc-y never receded, that English Is tbe language of this j Every change muat bo an advance, continent, and tlui-; every person not [mid henceforth may thin in: 'the acquainted with ft la seriously handi- capped in -fhe busineflfi of life. There- fora it is impnrtant that HJuKHah Rhoulrl tanglit in every school. Kd- ticnlion, he iViG'ins tbe safe- guard of our liberties ,nnd the gunr- untce nf our llbertiefi. With educa- tion is coupled the health of the pu- pils, nnd thv3 means whereby that hstUth should he and maintained. The liquor 'traffic of tht j along all truly progressive province wns also touched upon with j With such leaders and wl'Mi Hiich a reftmMico to Hie Inadnijuncy of the nnd thn faiih in them tho Thi'ec-fifthH clnnse. With Mr. Ilowi'll trtumplt uf Liberalism IP, assured. :1 glory of Ubenr.ism in this pro- vlncrt. She linn in tbn policy we now submit id you but Indicated'the pro- gressive legislation Immediately ami urgently nefidt-d. From sho will nevcrr recede, and ao j-oon us In legislation and ndminintnition wo movu forward and occupy tliis terri- tory Jiml make It our own, we will ma this as a base for further progressive in the platform of a good smoke after every meal. James Whitney. But it does not stop j he must not take there. Take, for instance, the public--many meals at home. ownership plank. Sir Jnmes x willing lo rest on the achievements of i Strange the Hydro-Electric policy. The Lib-j "j suppose yon find living; less ex- erals further declare in favor of gov-! pensive since yon took to gathering ernmenr-owne-i telephones and all oth-Jyour own er utilities. Then there is the qucs-j "A replied Mr. Growchier. lion nf tax reform. This has been don't save anything on the mnsh- iiiuing thxi miiids of those who are i rooms, but all our friends have progressive in Sir James' own party j accepting invitations to dinner." as well as out of it for some time past. Sir J tunes would have none of it. The- Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 that was the impression he was evi- dently -trying to convey." "What did he "He said he was ready to eat your cooking any time you said the word." Post. Dry-Farming Congress (Griiai Falte Tribune.! The visit, of John .T. Durns, sei-ro tary-n-ensurer of the rjry-.Fnrmin.: Con- gress to Great F'alls, (i-i u-.iy to l.ethbridge. -where the noxl. congresa will be held, fact that there is a vnst growth in tho public uterest In'the subject, of riry-fanning in the last year or two. Thc-ve been considerable m-.idfi to the term dry-land fur mi hecai'aC it misleadins, and ho: proporlv ile- iptlvc of tho facts. Tho olijocliou is well miough taken, :MH Kotiiiis to be no possibility of shaking off the obnoxious form. As a matter of dry-hind farming is the a-jicncc of Ijoeplng Ihe farm land wet, and the [Iry-farming congress itsolf wftli the problem of so conserving he niolalure from rainfalls ;ia to ol- From the Widow's Net Jack's Uncla (coming up on tlve pi' Whai. do you suppose? .lack has just, rescued that young widow, Mrs. Wiles, from the surf. His Aunt There! I expected sfome of the sort. Now we will havi to reacu-e Jack. Boston Transcript, A Butting Property "Sae. iiere, Mr, said ,Pat to the tax collector, "shore and ye know thn goal isn't worth "O'm sorry" respoTided Casey, "but that is the and producing n book read the following passage: "AH property nbuttiiu: Front. street .shou'lrl be 'i at the rate of foot." Hoston Transcript. "And h "or "Xot exactly ln Another Way said he was willing io die 111 UIOEC words, hut Musical Instruments VtT.v Fine Xnias (ih'ls Our atoclc of instruments ia and well assorted from JEWS' HARPS TO PIANOS; VIOLINS; MANDOLINS; BANJOS; DRUMS; ACCORDIONS; HARMONICAS; HORNS, ETC. your X'mns selfictioii now. We will teop thom.for you and deliver whr- The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE 658. T. H. r All Wool, Too Before a house where a colored man had died a small darkey was stand- ng at one side of tlie door. It was about "time for the service to begin, and tlie parson a.pnearecl from wHliin, anil said to tlio darkey.: De service am about to begin. Are you not gwine Tse would K I'se could, answered the little negro, "but y'n see I'se tie crepe." "Heavens, and the shop eggs thar have hung fire so long; surely "Mrs. Coombs, sir." "Great Scott! .What's the matter? Are you HI, moaned me unhappy gro- cer. I'm going to take ten with Mrs. Coombs and with a groan ot" despair he collapsed on a su- gar box. Occasionally a soft answer staris a rough house. A woman, may know just what lo say, but she can be (Jeponded upon TO add a lot more io W. Hard on the Colonel An Irish battalion contained a man was noted for his geiwral css, and who could not be made to improve himself, either by reprimand or punishment. At last the command- officer hit upon ti brilliant, idea. H'a ordered Pnt to he marched up and j down the lines of the whole battalion the men being told to take a good look at him. At the conclusion, how- ever, Patrick, unabashed, saluted the j colonel, and said: "Dhlrticst regiment Oi iver inspected, sorr." Capable A certain editor had cause to ad- j monish his son on account of his Inctanco to utt'and school. i You must go regularly and learn to be a great said the fond father, encouragingly. "Otherwise you can never lie an editor, you know. What would you do, for Instance. If your paper canve out full of mis-, The boy looked up into his faco wiLh childish Innocence. ho said, solemnly. "I'd blame on the Ami then tine editor fell upon his on's neck and wept tears of Joy. He now'he had a successor for the edit- oriiil chair. I His Awful Fate said Sandfl, (he grocer, :o his hnaiflinnt, "who nought up that, j uouldy we had knocking ab- J "Mrs, Coombs, sir.'1 "And tin- stale loaf, who bou.nht j "Mrti. f'noinhs, ''And UK- jnarsariuv HcrapiiijsH'.1" Cooniba, sir." I A Strong Point of Superiority in a McCIary's Sask-Alta Steel Range is the easy working lift.top and broiler opening, adjusted easily by a simple pull at an Alaska cold handle. See the generous opening for receiving your broiler or for replenishing fuel. Better, all smoke and odors arc carried into the chimney and out of the kitchen. The same lever works so. the top remains down, leaving an oblong opening at the front end when desired. A Sask-Alta I Steel Range 1 has every improvement that n first class rangn could, have. It is constructed on practical ideas down to thu last little bolt. It is made for service and it gives it now to thou- of users who are more than satisfied. The nearest McClnry agent will show you why; ;and convince ypii that it combines economy in long life and reduced coal bills. Address the nearest McClary branch for Sask-Alta booklet. '65 Undoa, r tfotito, lloulrcil, WNir.ipeg, Vancouver, SI. John, N.n.. Umniltoo, Culenir Sstlc by tV ;