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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pate 4. DAILY iraRALW Monday, 11 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager. Published by Th. Lethbridie H.rald Puallihlno. Co., lawful evening at It. offle., Sixth Straet, Lfthbrlrfgt, PHONE: Editorial, A.p.rtorlal, and Newt 1224 Advertising Circulation and Job Oepta 1252 6 months delivered 3 months delivered 1 month delivered >2.00 11.00 35c., DAILV UMGMIPTION 1 y.ar delivered......M.OO 1 year, by mail 6 monthi, by mcll.....I1-50 I month, by Addresses changed as often as desired.'but both now and old ad- dresses must he given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or raoro pages- and contains a. summary of the liev.-i of the week, local and district I year In advance .....11.50 I 3 months in advance ...50c. 6 mouthy in advance 76c. f THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbrittae-Red Cross Drug f Medicine Book tore, J.G. Robert- son Co., Jackson 4: Cope, Alexandra People's Drug Store. Co., Plncher J. Mitchell, D. L. '.McCrea. Bros. Carjit.n Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, Percy Seal. C.-Beattio ft Cranbrook, B. Atohlnsou. B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Jamleson New Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alia on all C. P. B, Train. I bridge presents problems cutting for united action and the belt Single Tax an u liiim in very luuoh to tho front. The slogan habit Is all right but the best slogan Is the voice of an aggressive, optimistic cltlzonahip talk- Ing up Lethbrldgo, Don't knock your own city hy ing criticism. It Isn't necessary to always be a party, politician. Be a Lethbrldse mall occasionally. Imperialism is all right so long as It doesn't go to the extreme of mak- ing u man think all who do not vote the way he does are disloyal. ilt. Stafford is advocating progres- sive In his mayoralty cam- psljrn which should appeal 'to many voters. It is pleasing to see that all candidates favor commission govern- ment. x According to Calgary newspapers that city Is over run with murder- ers, thugs, sandbag artists and thieves, and the scarlet woman lurks at every ci Ing youth. A iriily attractive picture surely. Come to Luthbridto, which Is from serious crime; Is well polic- ed nod where opportunities for busi- ness opening, anil for Investments are as good as anywhere in the C. A. Magrith say. that it was poor business in liii election campaign "to BM-VC an economic issue with senti- mental luuco. lu other words Hag flapping was'a poor game In .Western Canada. That kind of game In poll-' tic. all right In mawkish Toron- to, but mental virility of the dwtol- :era OH western plains requires argu- ment. The Ne bids fair to become is troublesome to Mr. Borden's cab- net. of extreme factions as the naval asm. Fancy K D. Jlonk and Sum Hughes getting the same viewpoint of in issue affecting'the French Canad- ian clergy. 'ii if It would be interesting: to wan Messrs. Magralh, Horron, McGlllvray, and other "also raus" In Alberta ..ree with Mr. Bennett In his inter- pretation of the American vote, also with J. A. M. Aitkius viow that the real voted against reciprocity. The west In Mr. Altkins' vision is ed to the cities of Winnipeg and Bran- don and the velvet furnished offices the linsuspect- i of the western counsel for the ANNOUNCEMENT On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner of Bee of the Dominion Block, Dufferin and Crabb Sts. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The Reign of King Apple THE APPLE iias always been with us from lime Immemorial. If history reports right, it has had much to do in the rise and fall of nations. Did not the .-Apple of Dis- cord r.iitfe the fall of undent T-roy? Hov.- much of the passions of the hu- man, if not divine, beings of the Gre- cian as? did it bring to 'Hint, giving the authors of thoie days much food for classic Ir'.erature! And today. mid scenes and new surround- ings, apple his iti place. It is not a disturbing element, except in the cteo of some poor dyspeptic, hut It has in uses in a peaceful way. in administering to the needs of huni- anhy. As a culinary article, it serves many purposes, and in tkis respect, lias excited the curiosity of a kins as to how It got into the dumpling. Here, with all due festivities, is the fourth National Apple Show. Prizes, to the amount of, arc offered, and everything ii towards development in the culture of tho fruit. King "Apple has his rule, thousands of people assemble to pay him homage, and Indirectly to take part in the many festivities ar- ranged for the occasion. Fruit-farming in the present day has become a sci.nct, and if a fresh field for man's enterprise. The apple is taking part in the evol- ution of the age, and is becoming more and more perfect and diverse in variety. Perhaps there is no la- bor more than that of the orphan! keeper. It is a business and a pleasure combined, and there is a It is therefore right that its cultlva- large vista for experimenting open to the cuKivator. Long may King Apple reign, and iion and improvement should be en- couraged. For this reason are held apple shows, notably, the Olie which may the honor, periodically paid is in progress in Spokane at the pre-jbim continen in adding something eent time. more to the gaiety of nations. The Press and the THE Calgary News-Telegram has waxed wrathy In dealing .with the Calgary police. Under, the circumstances we do not Maine the journal. In ignoring the press, Chief is milking a great mistake, and is handicapping the force In ful- filling the objects for which it Is there. The press is for the good of the public in bringing to light arils which exist, and by drawing public at- tention to them, obtaining the reme- dies. The police ought to look to the newspaper as a hindrance. This is nclp.and not the spirit and policy of every well-conducted Jour- nal. It is the public welfare which papers of this description have at heart, and not a pandering to sensa- tionalism. Public authori'Ueg should fcav-a no suspicion of public journals. frhey ought, by this time; to value the discretionary power which newspa- Jiers, as odlcal rule, exercise. The peri- phase in modern civillza- tion, and is a landmark of its pro- gress. The prees has obtained the po- iritton it holds in the .community through spirit of watchfulness ov- er the public weal. It is only by maintaining a high standard that it can hope to retain Us hold on the public. -As- the News-Telegram puts It, the. press has often been a help Wasted Energy (Kansas City Journal.) Mr Taft Is now writing his recom- test-point without serious error. since the world beptn. Adam niado the flint and ions of Adam have been making them ever since. There are fern- of us who have not done many things that we would gladly recall, but every mistake'should.he regarded as a bit of experience or education that will enable us to pass the next Ex- rtcur school, mondatlons to Congress. He might 'perience. however, is as well make them short. Congress Is and perhaps the. best object of educa- Democratic, and has no intention of .tion is to prepare the Individual, both adopting them. A Fine Memory (Washington Post.) The oldest man in the United States hae just died at Baltimore. He re- membered when William J. Bryan first began running for office. And This From Macleod (Macleod Advertiser.) And now Lethbridge is kicking at its automatic telephone system. When we recall headlining and general jubilation which announced its instal- lation, we can't help wondering who broke the nice new rattle. mentally and manually, to so conduct himself that he will avoid tluvnistalres made by the untrained mind and. un- trained hand. Counterbalanced you mad when your Wife gives tramps your clothes? them home- e time. No.. made biscuits al; the Not AM "Are you replied the unreasonable man; 'and just to prove that I'm not I'll tell to tbe police. It hag lavariaMy been !icfpal charter allows. It wilt suit Sa Francisco admirably, and enable her to welcome the world to the Panama exposition with and pride. found of confidence. News- paper, men ira vtrftnble ileuthhounds by che nature ,6C their trade, and thig fact ehould be appreciated by Chief Mackie.' The lower etratum of Calvary social world, appears to in a very bid'state. responiibll- ity for this, no doubt, exists with the police. U cannot be said thttt this IE entirely due to tbe fact that chief has riot m-orked with the But, considering, the services the >resfi could render the polict, k, may be Inferred that the evils mitht have been: much mitigated. There U inch u Uiiiig ai winVint an. crime, and when the police ihut the door in the face of the presi, there is room for much suspicion that are things joins an which oufiht not io be. There should be a policy of live and take between guardians of public safety and morality and the newspa- per. The one can do much to heflp tbe othnr. It IB for the welfare of the. community that a trustful feel- ing should exist between thort. "Ready" 4 TJ BADT, AYE has ever been taken lo be watchword of the British NV ty., It is a subject for much congrat- ulation and assurance that pre- sent-day Imperial Navy is HvinjMip to the motto. This has heeii clearly shown the recent disclosures w reference to the Moroccan crisis. It IB with pride that we read that our Navy wag prepared for immed- iate action against Germany, if ne- cessary. The nation can, SB Admiral some time ago expressed It, Bleep quietly in bed, when It etl- dence of such security. This se- curity la further assured by the liollcy laid down hy the new Minister of tho British Admiralty ilmt so long as Germany continues io up her Navy. long will 15ng- hinii continue to do so, Tho two-pow cr standard in to be kept up 'at nil costs. Whan nations 'realize that ons and nil arc over ready, tho peace of Arbitration will lur.'e a it.rce in that a siui-