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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THF DAILY HBRALP 11MI LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER w. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager Publiihed liy The Lethbridje H.rald Publishing co" Can lawful evening at itt office, Sixth PHONE: Editorial, and Newt 122, PHONE: AdvertUIng Circulation and Job Depts 1252 IS.OO ,.ar.c. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered ......J4.00 1 your, by mall 6 months delivered 52.00 moiiths by mull .3 months delivered SLOP j 1 inontli delivered Sac.. j I mouth, by mail Addresses changed oflell as desired. but lioth new and M ;ilresses must lie given -THE WEEKLY HERALD .Published every Wednesday 111 eight or more pates. summary of the news of the week.-local and ilisint I year In advance j :i months In advance ...ol'c. fi mouths in advance v THE DAILY HERAL Cr.'is's 'Drug Hook tore. .1.0. Robert- son Co.. Jackson A: t'ope. Alexandra 1'eople s Drus Store. Co.. KAV. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mltcliell, L. .McC'rea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Beat. Cranbrook, B. C.- L- KeiiwcKa. Diamond City-Ulaniond City Wide News Co. Spokane-Tlie Jamieson News Co TOTi Riverside Ave. Also" on sit C. P. R- Trains Brown Sir Richard's Adjectives SIR RICHARD CARTWRlGHt. in tlie referred to Kiijilish "'ho orar Uio triumph ,of (lit; Bourassa-Hordeii .combination a? "ungrateful "fools." Sir Richiird reviewed wliai the riF-r''goVorntnent had done in the wny of hnperiiii legislation, and sliowfld ihat. the reward from alleged .ultra- Imperialists across the water was TO sing of over ihe down- fall of the Liberal party., Aside from natural tendency of men to re- joice ilhe triumph of others ,w3aring ;ha puny them- selves, the glee in Old Country was not due to the Imperial spirit. It Viis.ths shout of.tlie high protection- ists in ihe triumph of tlie high pro- tectionists In 'Canada. The men would tax the rood prwluci-s of English artisan saw some possibil- ity of an impetus for their aunpalg" In Great Britain. H was -he voice of the worshipper of high whiiiii iyas heard over the lUij'eat -of LauHer. Imperialism was forgotten in ihe gleefulness of the bpnr. Laiirier .did more for Impeiiitl ism .than nil his predecessors in Can ada combined, anil if members of bis governm-eirc, ffc'.t wrathy at in graUimle'of certain KnkUsh states men, it was not to be Imperialism talces a secondary place to lilifh protection. It. always did, and it always will. H will lie a sorry day for Mtigland should the Boiiar Law propaganda succeed. Knglaud is not a food producing eoimtry. and no greater curse could befall the poor liaan.tbau.to.bave the campaign of the manufacturers sntneed- Sir Hichord's descriptive adjectives were sirong'. but ihey suited tlie case England and Germany SrTl or Sir .the, British, becrem-i h on was temperate j Fraucl! aml Germany, -but fiiTangctiieirJs made For the- sufe- of -British' interests. With lull rher to Western intend rendering [of th-s Uio und Imrp Bijwuto Uhroiiph I'l Heart n iiuHed and consoildiitctl Can- meiiUier for Hie Pi. i no i ada. In refwrlrf to twrvices already fiiml llu; eo-o; oration Mr. -mu -M u. rendered, we notice Ihf per- 1 in llitU Uu> A. K. intemlon of merely being figure- heaus. They are there for the pur- pose of looidnp after .the inlerestfi of the mid they have lost no time Iu selling aliont It. 'J'nore still Business, and not sentiment, was tlie cause of this. Now that .the tolls npcors to the Idea Hiiit those beei! Ihe greater amount who voted for rwluroflty did so from nome and IMtlsh news publish- ed in' the West proelaimed" that there .'dlaUytil Sfintiments. The member for Medicine Hat cloarly removed that stigma from tin- Western majority voiu. in pointing out to the House was a demand for the sanu, and that as keen an Interest- was taken in what concerned Canada and Iho Kmpire by Where Bruce Men Beverages I Bruce Herald.) The local option petition was pre- aciued at Uimkeld on Friday, but be- ing short of one mgmuure.; H was dis- tui-osell. So the bcverase is likely to be in onr midst for another year. It Changes-trie Times I .Medicine The ft'.st his .Majesty King Oeorse. will be wirelesJ communicatiou Kilh the seat of gov- ernnwtit. in London during'his entire voyage to.India i-s not only an exam-' pie of the triumphs achieved by sci- ence in recetlt j'ears, but it hints at the possibility of other royal visits'to Tile various dominions of the Empire. Long Live Our .Vsioble. Queen! (Buffalo .N'swsi The fashions are-'jf.pposed to be set by tlw leaders ot that certainly of English society Queen .Mary may be supposed to be the head. Let the glad news be blazoned abroad that her Majesty has discarded ihe hatpin, and lura her lulls uade so I bat. they fas.len on with sim- ile elastic baudfy i Race Prejudice (Toronto Globe.) The Toronto Conservatives who are making Mr. Foy anil .Dr. Pyne mi- lappy by demanding direct thai Ill-lingual schools, jn, Ontario will is abolished, will be gratified ,o note that Mr. Honk, the lieutenant of Mr. liorden, laun'ta Sir Wilfrid Lali- rler for his failure to 'adopt Mr. Monk's to make I'reucb one of the two official languages in Saskat- chewan and Alberta.. Because be did not force this measure of bi-lingualism 6u the iinwilllnK'Ww, Sir -Wilfrid is icld up as a 'betrayer, of his race by .he Natlonallat-'Conservatlve leader, speaking as Mr. Bordeu's mouthpiece. tntis Experiment for Loiening the of Liying I Spokesman-Review.) l'i-esiileiit Waters of Kansas Agri- cultural colleBe .is anothor of the iractlPBl for lesacolns the cost of living. "Though hisvplan might it first .benefit only the'farmers, yet t may prove worth while to other itntcs than Kansas, and to than farmers. Kanaas farmers, he figures, pay aniumlly to packers for neals thai farmers themaelves have produced. Why not, kill and cure heir own meati, the president :isks, jn was done In the olden times, and revive hog-killing'day? :The practice, he'calculates, would save the farmers millions in money. lie argues that farmers' boys ought to be taught to butcher and to pack'. Me has planned n course iu butchering at his. college. Me has arranged for ihu construction there of a model slaughtering establishment, and mod- el smokehouse, arid thinks that these should be part of the'equipmehl of ev- .ery farm. The working out of the Kansas ex- periment be watched. Fossils 'Should Go I Brockville-Tlmcs.l It is a thing every cit-- izeu impressed'with the idea that he isbould consent to help In municipal j if' asked1 to do so, for that is the-essence, of-public spirit, but it is also a good thing that every citi- zen should-realize that be should not Slinger oil .executive' boards until he !has outlived his usefulness. When so great a man. as .Mr. Bnlfour has so frankly ;to this Insidious malady and. has accordingly, i smaller men need-.-teel.Jio hesitation in following his example. ANNOUNCEMENT i On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin and Crabb SU. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 rendora of the West as liy those in tin KHSL It is difficult Io escape rc- that the fanners whp came to Ottawa from the West Ia.it year, naked for reciprocity with the Slates, marking thai there Is III some at ihe an me time Included in Inclination to discount Am- their wishes an Increase in the wlcunn who hav.e settled amongst us. Preference. Thin ought -to he j a feeling rnirat militate nealnst dent to put an end for all lime to I" sncce-Mfti! policy in Immigration, any Insinuations ajulnjt Ihe patriot-, We are anxious-for progressive set- Urn of the West. If there is any at- J tlws, ainl.it Is only right, and fair that tempt at. a cleavage bniwnen the Baul they hnve come nmoligtl us and nnd the Went II is on the part ot nindc their homea, and have (heir in- In the Enst. who wish to arro- here, they should he looked sate to the virtue of irut "Pon as pnrt of ourselves, for they Muo loyalty, leaving the Westerners have shown a and attachment outside the It ins well, there-Mo our inslllirtlons. Tlie member for tore, that Mr. Buchanan' should have! -Medicine Ifnt appraclaloa tills, and laken the (Irit oPlioiuiiilty to njposo .feeling is only one which should Ihe emptiness of fucn a feeling. Pop- j he inured alike hy all rlilu-niindoil thoee who wished The Word arid Deed (.Montreal Witness.) The new government had not been a day'in office before there was talk of a change" in tlie personnel of the Montreal Harbor 'commissioners. It is to be remembered before condemn- ing tha Conservatives for threatening j the present board that they have been i 13 years out of office, and that in i fifteen years-there time to acquire much of the hunger and thirst that i makes office seem ao desirable. Be- Uides all armies have camp followers iwho believe with, the actual fighters ithat to "the victors belong the spoils." Here is Americanism with a ven- Igaance. We cannot trade with the j United States, but we can annex irs basest characteristics.. The beggars have come to town. Some who fed at the public trough iu the Lan- gevin and .MeGreevy, have been given the means again to apease their appe- tite, and Ihe cry is: "Still they So far as the .Montreal Harbor Com- .mission i-j concerned, it seems to be jthc universal -opinion that .Messrs. 'Stephens, Geoffrion and Ballanfyne jhave done as well as could be "done. I Praise of their administration-. In con- itrast with previous incompetence, has been in all men's mouths. But they are liberals, and for that reason they have been threatened. A rcjiort now comes from or unin- Messrs. Kkers, Wank- lyn and L-abelle are to succeed them. Is it nol time that Jlr. Bordeu and his friends got. to work on that, out- side civil service reform.1 which they have so much and so long deiiretl. Their appointments so far have been cynically political. The- Standard Securities i Real Estate and OWNERS OF Morni Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.Q-Boxl979 Phone 1291 AVe love -the woman, hut many of them wettp loo" miicli for ornery dev- ils who barrels. Christmas Trees A line, well selected shipment ot Xnws Treen Just arrived from mountains. Come In and lenvti your order now. We will deliver when yoii wish. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE SM. t. M. Is Strong for Favorite Sons Ohio's enthusiasm7 over a boom for any man outside the State can hardly be expected to last very ington Star. .Wantl It To Talk Through Boh' IjaFoUette has ordered a stylish new hat of his own design, it is in the shape of a ton Post. He Knew Her Mr, .have tickets for the. show. Mrs. good'. I'll go and put. my hat on right away. Mr. right, dear, I guess you'll be ready in time. The tickets are for tomorrow Statesman. A Neglected Opportunity The host and (lie visitor were walk- Ins in the over-ins on the at reel where most, of the electric signs are display- ed. Once he visitor stopped. "What is asked the host. "There's one without a sign on the visitor said. The host, looked, too. "Sure tni- lie agreed. "That's lhefmooh." Express. A Long-Range Shooter A local young man who is aoing io spend part of the winter in the south, and :who expects to do some slicotiny while there, went, into a hardware store one day last week io buy a gmi. "I Hill going after big lie told the salesman, "wild cats, deer and bear." "Then yon want a good said the clerk. "And I have jiial the tiling. Hero's one that we will puir- nntee to kill a biwr at. three miles." Taking the gun In his hands and Turning it over and over In H gingerly manner, the young man slammeved: "B-b-hul isn't three miles pretty clone to to a Voiingmown lOhio) Telegram. Chinese Women Solved It A wonvan missionary ill Chitm was taking leu with a. nmndarin'4 oight The Chinese ladicn osamined lioi- clolliius. htv hair, hor teeth, and mi on. but her tnn csperially them. cried one, "yon can wvilk Union Bank of Canada P.M-u, C.piUI R.tt in< Undi.ii.d Profit. .t. A...U, (6..r) England Office, II, Threadneedle Street, E. C. A Branch of Iliis Bank has been ecublishccl in London, at No; sr, Threadncctile Slrccl, where Letters of Credit and Drafls important points in Canada and the United Slates; coil be purchased, and Transfers arranged.' A Visitors' Room is provided for the convenience of clieuts of the Bant whenln'London, to Wlrich their mail may be addressed. Correspondence solicited. JF. W.ASHE, Manager. L.nden Branch .jc M c and run as wall as a man! "Yes, to be' 'said the mission- ary. "Can yon ricie a horse, and swim, "Ves." "Then you must he as strong as "I 'Anil you wouldn't let a man beat even if he was your hnsliand, would 'Indeed, I the missionary said. The mand.arin's eight .wives looked at one another, nodding Ilieir hearts. Then'the-eldest said softly: "Now 1 understand why the foreign illevil never lias more than one wife. I Ho is tChina) IN -THE U.S.A. In former year wore quite perky i Cast off all Bnjoyod our turkey. Hut. thinsa, today N Arc not so sunny. Mixed with our play Are thoughUi of money. Some thoughtB about The cost of living Arc cropping out. With this Thanksgiving. City Journal. FOR WINDY DAYS you iiccihufi'lclie.s Ilisil won't blow as you; strike liicin. EDDY'S WAX VESTA FLAMERS will burn from S to 10 seconds .afler being m'nltor luw had the weather. .Wind and rain have no effect, on them during Hint length of lime. I'm. up in boxes containing Iu to convenlnnlly fit Hi- vf.al litiolicl. Al'iill good THI: it. COMTANV HULL, CANADA. ;