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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Taw LKTHBIUDGE LETHBRIDGI ESTAELIS W. A. BUCH T. W. QLM JOHN TORR Published by Lethbrl lawful at office PHONE: ______ Editorial, r HEO (I ANArJ-WLQ-ANCJi-dge Hi Sixj.h Sfl 00 00 c" I :js it 111 V0EKL IJ els s ,C t 1 jo: C J E !AL 1ST; i i HERALD 1907 -Managing Director Managing Editor -Builnesi Managtr Co.. Ud., ..vary Str..l, Ltthbrldg.. Alb.rti, Can. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job PTION POINT OF VIEW l.t'tlibrUigti! Mini''; promise your, vote io ihe first man wlio you. Consider tlie is-HIH'S. 1 Keep party politics out t'f tbe limn-j rlpai campaign. U'ork fur l.ytli-1 not party In national affHlrw tuxes 1 indirectly. In civic affairs paid st might from ihe poc i Thorn were 'doings U' tnt' uut there mm> bt before, 1ms, ji oomfo'i'iallle lie r.HU't say It iti sre has been. voice is the o but hand is imit'of Uoi Caitatlu enjoys the siu-rta jiiore-loyal-'-'hrtn-thou premit Itritiah tiiitlng Nation Newt _____ 81 1 year delivered 6 months delivered J2 ;i months 1 month delivered..., Addresses changed as nfy> THE.V Published every U'ednosilui smnmjiry of iho 1 yiiar In mivai.ce' il ij in advance 7t 'THE DAILY H Cross Or Miook tore, -J.G. Hobo son Co., A: Ooj Alexandra, PeopK Drug Store.' Macleod Young Co., II. N Hamilton. Pincher K. J. MHche D. L. McCrea. 'Taber Bros. Cardston Alberta Hook Co. Fernie. B. C. Percy t'ver you vole fur don't over-ouk vomijj for !lie street raihvny by. .M mi ici pa! affairs touch the hearth-si one. Your home comforts impend on a well administered city. sood men. IllOUtlll, 1 mouth, mall rod. bill Loth ol" tat be jtiveii Y HERALD hi. or more ami contains o local anil disii'l" 3 months lu ...50c. j FOR SALE AT Medicine Xorlhain B. k Atcliinsun. O. I.. Keliwcku. Diamond City Drug f'o. Vancouver. 8. C. orld Wills News Co. Mlnn.apolil-Hrown i Brown 3111 ItllSI. Spokane-Tlie .laraiesoll News Co.. 70i'> .Riverside AVM. v on all C. P. R. Trains Rrilish coiial Dpeniiiff for'the eniplnyinunl in Canada is lira position dl that of a Ciinjulian finaiu'iiM' cimmisliiiHjeK. does m ihfi preliminary knowledge i naclian would have. Cimillt.c Duitiiiiion are comuaraiively to him, and be rwiuires to proposal in detail before 1) position to eomprebt'iui ihe the scheme. A Canadian, i not understand the details o lieular proposal placed be has 'probably some acquaint enterprises of a similar n_ has at least 11 compreheiisio miiaii conditions, and. in phi oauinil cai.tion of the liriiisl Qthers Cents Per Bushel Difference. (Siisteiiooit Plioenix.) ceniK per bushel in North Dakota for a grudu of w.R-at etching im'Jy forty-ium; cents bushel in SaskaU'htnvttu. leaves room Tor i lie i min it: rat ion io figure out has lost through the Lsthbridge Enterprise llamilion Hera hi. I The spirit tlio Wesv is 'I'll11rsday, Xovcmht'T 30, 101K IMcGill University Canvass MOXTKKAl- ;vl ibe ihe matter of the ranv the million and a half needed for Jit-Gill University, hundred and fifty tuousnnd d. day will iflko lome beatiug. R. A. Cassldy, who was brought dJiwn by the orsaniKt-.'s to assist in tij paign. remarks that -'he spirit! of the workers, the success of the, daily gatherings, 'ne interest' taken have no; been snrpussad iij any oili- er community. "The canvass at To- ronto hss been called the siiDilative of all such bni Toronto must now tak-g a second and in future, until equalled, the ly -aucceaafnl campfliRn iu1 ilontreal for .McGill university iiiitst be pirt down a? the tmrlvarifrd cnmiiaign in i word." dilins'. and practically sense o This makes good rt ehows-tlint though Ganadf. is a young nation, i has mu ht rlfiiit spirit, and cstimaiM iho impc-.j'ancr of edn- cnllnn. and tite' "of 'a i unlVBt-slty. which would eiiual those in other civilized lands. MoGill lias a deficit', and the reiinired. is not only for abolishing -ihe but for using any surplus In creating new lectureships and fel'.owships. and rHis- ins the salaries of underpaid profes- sors. The university is a national In- stitntlon, and requires a great deal of capital for nerving the purpose it is intended for. It is essential that it should noi be crippled In any way. or handicapped -In its usefulness, by a want of money, the "people of -Mon- treal have discovered this, ami not only individuals but corporations have come to the rescue. The Canadian Pa- cific, and tho Grand Trunk railways have donated -425.000 each. Tile gift of the latter is towards the maintain- ance of the Runways Department of Canada, with its great edufa- tionnl institutions, and school houses up-to-date, sciitered throughout the length and Irrradth of the land, gives every evidence that progress anil ed- ucation go hand in liand. mnjorlly of Uloudln, taele of its nomiu- Kidorlng an of cnpilal [ffereni (o in similar it that a Cu- ni.s in lite unknown study the is in a merits of if lie does )f the par-1 forp a nee with tire: he in of Can- ice of the h investor ,lie is Ira pi red wiih an optimism bred Unv ol' '.lie ratepayer.-; of tho impress and deral- !iiiihori.iiiis (lie -of thni surrounds him. lie does uire to study the posfilbUUies in vest men t with the same can- lion ;ttnl iti such detail as a Irtish nvestor would be unwise to omit. ANNOUNCEMENT t On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin arid Crabb Sts. Before buying or selling call and US Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 i for the construction of a mnn- jno. Mcinallv owned and operated streei owned and operated streei Lethbridge.lias a population jiie-ientli iluti of lltiiniltun. Oh. You Apple Pie (Spokesman-Review.) Woman's fight to help do world's work in woman's way. ceivfis expression' -'mil the apple show. The demonstrations of the Jnany methods of cooking ap- ples tliiiV j John Bright i (Montreal Witness.1 j-e. i The hundredth aimiverBary of ihe at I birth of Joini Bright took place last Thursday, is being remarked that in our fime there is nothins to conducted by women i correspond to -the roniaMiable infUi- ITnfversi'ty of Idaho may I etice he and Gladstone iiud Colxleu ex- bulk largest io'Jihe eye. but they are i ercisml In their day of 'the fur from being, the sole activity of [vefonn bill of of freedom of women working in behalf of j trade, freedom and equality in relig- gjjow i the extension of democracy and popular education, and peace among nations. John Bright was not so miicii a statesman as an orator, whose I burning words were thevfire i.hat light- not j Mr. Monk and the Navy of ihe personal to show in wlm-t inet will be-governed. prrfnonn, wtiv the li CALLED lit: a submission of the issue j.ieopJe, and I am confident that (be lead- er of tii3 presen-1 Govcrnm-oni ha-s tak- en the view of tha'J question which vae, in my opinion, tlie right oiifc." So spoke Hon. IJ. Monk in the when dealing with the nnval Mr. Monk, doubt, estimates ihe importance and i'-l tends. Harden Ca.h- His is the pol- icy of delay in (leafing with a vitat and important problem, and his leati- er .has accepted dictation. Mr. Monk admits thai lie cond-amned the leaders on berth.' aides nnreaervedly. From this it he inferred that he has brought Borden 'io heel. In fact of confidence mani- fests in the Prime Jllnlaier accepting his dictum.' 7he Minister of Public Works has hf-pe that bis wtth regai-d the. navy will bft eft- dorari hy tire country. That, is to say, the sentiment of_ Mr. Bonrassa. q'ue of his rank and .file, Mr.'' of Tamaska. has been frank enouA to express it. He is an ont-and-oiu Niitionalis't. and the hope that there would he no Canadian navy was expressed by iiim when, in speak- ing of the national appeal on the sub- ject, he said: "The Liberals did not want all appeal to the country on re- ciprocity, hut: -ihey were compelled to take it. and the result was a surprise. They do not think ilia- the country shotlhl be consulted on the navy ,bnt it will lie consulted, and there may be another surprise." This is wliat Mr. Monk and liis cot- erie hope for. If this is so, it is a sad outlook for tbe country, and for -.'he strength- and development of Ca- nada. Delay is dangerous, interna- tional crises may come on at any time, fit is incumbent on every, part of the Empire to be ready and prepared io take HE part, in the tnalntainance of the mighty whole. The aspect as at present is.pitiable. Ihe government of this country bound hand and foot to a Nationalist policy of delay. Tlia pol- icy that, has described the navy as an infernal machine lo ruthlessly -lear away the young men of Canada from theiT homes. Delay looks uncommon, ly like "do nothing." The Western Policy (Saskatoon Phoenix.) "ancy .Mr. JJpnlf Wilfrid Lander for his luxi-ty in saddling a bi-lingual system njion ihe schoo'j sy-stem of the two new western provinces. Vj'hat Mr. Monk has ap- piircn'.ly yet to learu is that the west would have supported Sir Wilfrid m much more radiciii seUlemeh'-' of the school nuestiou than was attempted. The language for the elementary schools in the west 'la English first, last and ail ihe Labor Is Flouted Bulletin.1 Officials of the Lnurier Govern- ment some time ago a charge ag- ainst an employer of Toronto of hav- ing violated ihe immigratiou law In bringing strike-breakers into the country. The case came .up Ihe other day. when the prosecimig so'Meiior informed ihe court I'-iat be bad re- ceived instructions from Ottawa to witmlniw tbe charge. This is :i cedenr of an unsavory character. If it indicates what tiie Uorden Covern- mein. intends to do in like cases, there will hereafter be no nroteclion in the coin-is for ihe laboring man, whose place may be taken by a strike- breaker imported from a foreign conn try, in contravention of Ihe law. Hn- less there is some none has yet been pro- tection in this direction The Land Speculation IT '.hat there should be soinc check on the operations of real entate dealerB. A ibis direction would be for ihe protection of the welfare and in- terestfj of CnnadH. as well as for lhat dealers who on Ipgilinia.; has in- cfi-rry lines. real estate iisent very ofieu lina to suffer through the met hods of the land shark. Kvt-ry.hlng Is done to a Ft rant capital tn ..his country, hut nothing practlnil in preserving ii.a rre- tdmply buying n lottery K is not every one who is In a position 1o pbufn nil thin knowledge, and hence H important thai inventors should be U> rely on Ihe fp.cla placed be for A them. The writer lion in building ami speculation la land. In thi! licit ft r case, the, article bought vfilue, in' that a caricuiation woiil-d show whether tlie average pro- fit to be got by cultivating tbe win considerably exceed a high rata of I merest, on the The buying of llnil land, on the fa- vorable conclusions arrived a-'., would be In the nature of a g ill-edged in- vestment. In building lota. It Is said that the prices are many tho in- trinsic vtihiR. AKriculfuniJ land U subdivided, and thrust on ths .resIUeirMal market to an extent very beyond the probable reffniroments of that market Tor years to come. Here is a statement Of things which need reineeiyiiiK, The reiiir-'ation of thp country nnd of the legitimate estate dpalers, of whom there are need protection. That thu eyca of investors in- Greai Hritaln are turn- ed towards ('anada. wo have practi- cal proof. The cHplttitlats of lhat country nre looking aronntl for what they consider, safe and lucrative in- veafmentfi. There IH a Certain am- ount of nnroRt. among landed proprie- tors VHh regard to the deinonrnlto Ipglslntion of I.loyd (laorac. Every nffCTt Hhould tliercfore be used for nfferlnR a field for hiveatnient wlisre a sucnrity IH more or less attsiircd. Tha llnmlrl i3 to say Uml l.nlb- bridge IIHH a pteaHlng and very lltlle (if the "hoom" ptac- I ticca Invc bt-eu heard of given the working man may as well he consid- ered a dead .letter, while the Government holds the power to pre- vent legal proceedings. causes and-spread '-'liem OVET tiie earth. Said Lord Salisbury, in a fine appreciation of him: was the 'litest master of English oratory that tins may say, sev- eral seen. At much speaking lias de- pressed, had almost exterminated elo- quence, he main-rained that robust, powerful and vigorns style in which lie gave fitting expression to the burn- ing and noble thoughts he desired to litter." It was his sin- cerity of made him such a power in his own EO_______________________ honored there and 'throughout the i world; and. although tariff "reform- on t.he platform and in their jaiul, after helping him to pamphlet's are doing their .best to be- j rim red if he was injured, little "him and his compeers, -their i The little German gazed ;neers only belittle themselves. In the mind of John Bright th-e figlifc for ree trade was but a part, of a wide endeavor for the peace and freedom of mankind and the emancipation of he masses from intolerable condi- f Standard Securities Real Estate and investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone replied the river which ran through old Far- mer Crop's orchard. H was-a warm i place of business, j burning' (juite brisk? which was y. ant, ..Id: But I .ot out shust time, eh. en- ''Camera ontl in com m find. his "And who are occupying tlia-; field the j answered the S.-I.-C., "arc 1 soe a battalion of curioiis-shapeil Day Dreams j "They are not guns; ihey are grain- dons. As one of bis blograijhers says, I phwy are yer not aiul phonographs In" which lohn Bright did not Consider the Corn lijj-' paj? tQ recorded the roar of the ,av.-K as chiefly offences an' Oi was just ihtnkin1 the cries of the wound- omic doctrine, bur. .violations of -Mm piuvat !t foine counihry it urt he of ihe poor workingman for jenefit of tile cracy, who wen of That time. land-holding arieto- the protected c'iassas ritlih "Just a Joke 1 ------J----- Sntlirciny noighl, came around a as Monday tnornin'. i often j --ns exclaimed the general jr.1 niking his nionstaclie, complnccntly, "let the battle Helping Out Didn't we hear you having an argu- linent with your asked the neigh Ibor. I "Not replied Mr. Meektoi was rehearsing for a suf- Investor to be -Shown (Nelson That BritiKb investors de- mite facts and..figures before they ho persuaded to embark upon Ca-jfragette debate, and I was silposed to an enterprises would seem almost ]represent the axioinatfc, und yet- it la undoubted Star, hat many proposals that when well mderatood are of the highest attraci- veuess have fieled to secure support sufficient ,11 London merely because lefinite information has not. been read ly available; and -Mr. Gibson Ar- statement that the information u-ovided by Canadian promoters in A Narrow Escape A German shoenmlter left the gas turned on in his shop one night, and upon arriving in the morning struck a match to light it. There ,was a -terrific explosion and the shoemaker was on; through the door almosl Onglaml is often far too indefinite, j to the middle of-'he street. no doubt well rounded. I A passerby rushed to his assistance, LEATHER TO BURN AND LEATHER BURNT You should not. mivia scning our fine Xinas Display of Hurnt 1-oallier Goods. BIGOErt, BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE Cushion-Covers, Table Covers, Book Covers, Photograph1 and Poll, f.'nrd Albums, Pipe and Tie Phclo Frames, Hand nags Wal- lets Necktie nnd Handkerchief Folders. Needle Casc'j. etc., nto. Buy early while line Is complete and If you wish, will keep thorn for you till Xmas. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE BM. T. H. On the Fiflht "On yonder hill." cried ihe gener- al, scanning 'the battlefield with his glasses. "I see u Mack mass of men. What are Farmer s Wise Guy A merry litvlc p.trfy had paid the ten cents each to fish in of the angleri, suddenly expressed his intention .of having a ugly to near Tii-en, Vith a wink to lite companions the wag .drew Farmer Crop's attention to the which read: "Admission to river, t'eii ceutjj." "So you remarked the prior io taking a header. for H, so here goes." Then Farmer Crop pounced on the bather's clothes. ye paid for yer cloaH, an' ail, he chuckled, "an1 they're -goin' in And they did, every stitch.-amidst CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES. Extra Xmas Specially chartered, the magnificent one class cabin S.S. "SCOT! AN" Sailing December 9th 'FROM'HALIFAX, N.S. Second Class Cabin Rates upwards Third Class Special Tourist Car, connecting with this steamer will leave Calgary December 4th 'For tickets and all information, apply to OK 8. II. MITCIIIXL C. P. H. j. s. General Aflent, 210 Portage Ave., ;