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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THK LcTMBH.OoE DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. 1 G Daily Herald Established December, has opposed feudalism whether it 'be the other evening at Montreal said iu in land or in monopolistic control of part industries and trade. The policv has j "Young men have not been taught, been iu favor of equal rights to all.'and are not teaching themselves the and rights that exists. H Liiier-; necessity for taking part iu public al- t-ilort to establish a InndeOyuristoe-j fairs. Perliaps it is the fault of us racy in Canada successfully com-! older ones. But this country has bated. The effort to dis-establish in been given, with all its wonderful ro- dice, a. Canada. Si. 1.00 .35 -veiling at A; W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Dnilv.X'ue yeur> delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three 'months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, uae year, by mail Oai-ly, six months, by mail L7o Daily, three months, by mail -85 changed as often as desir- ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of uie world's news of the week, local and foreign. year, in advance ;ix months, in advance Three mouths, -in advance THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the following piac.-s: Cross Drug and Book -tore, J. G. Robertson Co.. J- J- JohnsU-ii Co., R. -W. Ham- ilton. J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea: Bro? Drug Book Co -ernie. 8. E. Suddaby. Oranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Sow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. Published by th- Lethbridge Herald a UK. aristocracy of sources, to the every man Prmtiu" Co., Ltd., every lawful: Grcat Britain meets with the full ap- has a duty to perform in return; and 'proval of Canadian Liberalism as the i the man who refuses is not giving a ilerald understands it.' [proper 'quid pro quo' for what he is "Liberalism in Canada stands with I Retting from the country. _ the Liberalism of Gn-al Britain for "Our great need m Canada vs hon- fm-dom of trade. The partv once jest, upright, and tearless men. went so far. Aether wisely or un-' these to take their place m public af- wisdv is a question, as u> advocate! fairs, would soon be m the for Canada trade as thev have lirst place among the nations England." The party holds The other day a couple of the aldt-i- it n nga. M. that as its ideal still, but finding con- 1 men of this city asked the ilerald to diilons in this country not such as to j advocate tte candidacy o young men I- 10 the present the equality of rights that exists. It was Liber ahsin that got responsible govern- ment for Canada, thai gave South Africa, and from that Ireland has its only hope of a simi- lar autonomy. There are many other principles unit infill be cited iu show why there is reason for a bond of sympathy between the parlies. To make the bonds closer the Con- servative party has opposed these principles, in both countries. It has in both countries been the party fav- oring: class and privilege. The ex- for council. may be green at the they said, "but young men are needed, who can and who are alive with new and progres- sive ideas, we old fellows have had it Ions enough. It is time the young both countries H1 into the harness." _ These are all expressions of opin- ion from men who are in federal, pro- Kv- erywhere in this young country ale the young men being challenged to oc- CUDV themselves more with munici- pal, provincial and national affairs. it t'0JMany young men have accepted the sourcc challenge and have made good. Few- have failed and these because they ditf.not follow the manner of life best; Son suited to give them the body, Intel- j iect and moral Character in public life. admit of its realization all at once. it is gradually working along the lines of increasing the freedom of trade by removing as far as possible the restraints of trade, notably the high protective tariff. The Liberalism oi stands for democracy and autonomy, i It has fought against the rule of! Family Compacts and Downing sueet Nhciesaie and Retail Phone ii Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block Sh, OF GOLD FROM SHIP'S DECK tension of the franchise and the pro- to jlis positiori, his priviiege.and As the ship steered away the gold shower ceased. Some of the money I fell into the water and lost. of American Millionaire Amuses j Other coins got stuck in crevices. Himself by Enriching Dock- When the astonished porters count- workers, led their unworked foor "takings" Liverpool, Nov. shower of! they found that altogether some sold astonished a group of porters! to in sovereigns and holt sever- on the landing stage on the depart-j eigiis had been thrown among them, mention a shower of silver and to! A well dressed young man leaned j over the rail of-the vessel, and after. him. The young inan who refuses, to 'z.ng inten.Jy at gocie land.ng stage alre 5, 7 to 8. Phone: Day, n nk'ht, 342. i.j D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thii Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p! 7-8 p.m. H The donor of the money was said to be ,tie son of an American million- do his duty to his community some department of public life is in _.. i tection of the franchise by the secret ballot were com bat ted by that partv his trust as a citizen. But a young man to enter public in both countries. The present strus- jjfe must qualify himself. He must REPLY TO "IMPERIALIST" in another column there is a letter signed in vrhich the author takes the Herald to task for "cramming with the con- troversial utterances of the present Imperial Chancellor of thjj Ex-, ttattraction and from this makes sever-. sttniv the problems that must solved and the issues that must be be gle in Britain shows the party's atti- tude toward the landlordism that ex- ists. It has ever favored the pro tec- settled. He must equip himself with live tariff and has developed what- ever monopolies thai exist. It has i1jmseif_ been bureaucratic rather cratic in all its history. c and the. power to express He must really know more than demo- of the resp0nsibility rather than the honor, and strengthen himself in his al statements and asks several ques- tions worthy of attention and reply, coming as they do from an intelli- gent citizen. e To deal with the first matter first, the Herald has at least two reasons for publishing fully the notable speeches of Lloyd-George. The Chan- cellor of the Exchequer undoubtedly to-day is the most noteworthy and outstanding figure in British public life. As a ''Imperialist" spoke the truth when physical life, his intellectual life and to his moral life to assume that respon- The challenge is to young the Old Country emigrant is the fact j that? Canada oilers-him a- definite i portion of land and its resources." He comes to Canada because the j landlordism which obtains in Britain prevents him from getting land of his own and its resources at home. But Canada does not give him the i land. He is given a chance to earn the land by developing it and in- creasing the wealth of the commun- the bene- sibility. men. newspaper the Herald j Qf fais labor does back a part knows that the general public is in-j of his land its rcsources. But in tercsted in -him and wants to read j the Qld, Country ne earns the land, OUR POINT OF VIEW Are the people of Winnipeg satis- fied -with a taste of the good old davs, the old timers talk about v ____ If the jury is right about that fel- low McLaughlin at Uxbridge, he is about as miserable" a wretch as is possible to imagine. Hanging is too his speeches.