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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THF LETITBKinGE DAILY HERALD OHohcr I, -Iftll. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by Lelhbrldge Herald Co., Itwful tvtnlng at Iti office, Sixth Alherta Can. W. A. Dir.ctor and PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and 1224 Circulation and Job DepU. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year 6 months delivered I months, delivered 1 montli, delivered J4.00 J2.00 Sl.oi) ,35c. 1 year, by mall JS.OO 6 months, by mnll 1 month, by mail 25o Addresses changed as often as desired, but bo'.h new and old ad- dresses must be civen THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eig'ht or more pages, and contalna a summary of the news of the week, local and district I 3 months, in 50c. 1 year in advance f... ti months, in advance 75c. Red Cross Drns Book Store. J.G.Robert- son it Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. it Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. .McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle B. Seal THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook, 8. fc Aichinson. L. Hetnecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Witio News Co. Brown 219 -1th St. Spokane-The .Jamieson N'ews Co., 705 Klvnrsldo Ave. Alia on all C. P. R. Tralni The Delhi Durbar THE LAST monial ol its LAST PI-IASK in the cere- The display will, no doubt, bo ol of unparalleled sorEeouKimss. which 'Ihe romance of the [Cast wi lend itself. It will IK a brilliant pi tnre when -the ruling Indian princes with their retinues attend to pay ol eisance lo the King-Emperor, and th might of the great British Raj wll IK? more than ever exemplified. Larg sums will b-e spent on symboli manifestations. But these cantiol be grudged, for they are essentials i expressing the entity of the Crown. To tire Empire, the Crowii is a ne cessity. It is the one common factor which the various forms of govern ineni in it unite in accepting. With- out the King there would not even be formal unity, and formal unity, ator is a good deal. f Coronation will have in Hie great Indian Dtirbar. which is to place in De- oembcr. II will line occasion the miilii-coliiretf subjects of the Bmpiro will pay personal homage to their groat White 1-ord. At a tinre when there is a certain nroount of mires; amongst the peoples or India, ft is a fitting; opportunity by a show of pomp and magnificence. of impressing ou races moved by inch spectactes the digniiy and power of the British Crown. Tire Eastern mind is particularly prone to regard with awe all out-ward symbols of authority, and the splen- dor displayed by tbe great Moguls did much to kf-sp in obedience the Tast hordes of diverse nationalities and creeds. Welcome, Connaught! 0 UR new Governor-General Is due I all Victoria's sous, be has received a to arrive at Queb-ec on knowledge of state-craft. He Kooil reason has yi-l been i in (aior of ihis oily (di'dinj; al I'oiu-nt oi tin. siflon eovi-rnim-n will best iHlrrt'Ms if i( r. ton lt supporter of lion. A. L. Xitt acting in its to Kdnu.ii- will "l.i-l well i-noii ton. Slu'lilit-ril will splciujid rep resfiitallu- (or this clly at Kdmou Ion. liim your support. Tliniiks lo tlu- persistency of Goodf, niti-nayi-is liaiv an oiipoitunitv of viilins im-1 liculh libuiy bylaw. Mi-i'i'h favors singlr and Henry Ueol'go. jr., had no t conclu'diiif, ihat Li-llibriil nil- cifv ollicial. A Job for Amei il'-dmonton Hun. Robert lloeers is spoken oi- ls likely -lo be the next .Minister of he Interior. .Vinos had l.ytlor his magic ianlern lilted up. Flyliij Hijb (Calgary Albertan.) The slalesinan nominated by tire Ilchener-Clarke (Kansas Cllyl narlj n l.L-ihbridge. says ihis provlncs has deficit of [en millions. In other be figures out Ihat liwcauso 'io legislature would not hand .Mr. 'lark? sewn million dollars the pro- luce is in llu. hole ihnt extent. s a maikvmatician Ibis slalesinan is n avialor. Not Very Wist IKdmomon Those people who imagine Burden will bold anolher vl-eetion within two years in order lo give Ihe U'est ils proper representation are to be con- gratulated on their credulity, even i they arc a trifle dense in the polili cill sense. The doer feads nol only Kself, b ils ina'sler's family, with Us milk in wllli Us flesh. The reludwr Is na "rally ui home in our wilds, being II Me else Hum a time variety of 01 caribou. Il bus proved a great su cess on the Labrador coast, and hying introduced from there hit he Northland of lliu great Wes vhore ii will no doubt, evcrywtiei the dog as a carrier. Regrettable Features of the Cimpilg: (Hamilton Herald.) J-'or more reasons than one. llu lias-waving, anil-American charade of the fight waged by Hie vlclorloii party is (o be 1'eyrelted. H was dis tinctly unjust lo those who favorei eclproclty to stigmatize them as want Ing In loyally .lo (heir countrv. am: to llu "f 13th of this month, and ex-ten- sive preparations are being made to Five him a right royal greeting. The occasion Is a unique one. in that a member of the reiguing house for the first lime comes io repre sent the Crown in one of the Domin Ions of the Empire. It Is a distinc compliment to Canada, and is a tri bule to the position of importance she has gained among tire young lions ihat form a component pari of the great British realm. Irrespective of ills own personality, tiie Duke of Connaught will be wel eonred as the son of the late revered Queen Victoria. But this sentiment will not overshadow the respect and appreciation of (he ability be has shown In the different offices he has held. It may fittingly be said of him. that his advancement has been due -more Jo his own force of character, and distinctive powars of organization Than lo the halo of his royal name. In the different high official posi- tions he has held, he has showed a thorough grasp of affairs, and has earned the respect of all men. Like has taken a pan in the wars of tb> Empire, and in the Kgyptian cam- paign proved himself a capable and gallant soldier and a leader of men. None the less meritorious were the services he rendered in Ihe positioi be held as inspector-general of the for fas. In all aood works at home, both b and his amiable consort have ever leui their aid. and have done much in lightening the burden of'the reipnlna monarch in these directions. In the time of the national bereavement, when King Edward passed away, he was of strong support to our sorrow- ins King-. n spite of the fierce light that beats around a royal house, he comes to us witii an unblemished reputation, and with a character against which scandal has not dared to raise a wills- isr. His office here is a high and re- ponsible one, and there is not the slightest doubt that he will not only grace, but adorn it. His present will IK -one more solid link- he chain that binds our Dominion he Throne. Keep for Future Reference (Winnipeg i'l-ee Press.) Mr. Borden. in his manifesto, issu- on August H, pledged himself and tiie Liberal-Conservative" parly to arry out this policy: "1. A thorough reorganization of lelbods by which public expenditui s suoemsed. Increase in what is nown as ordinary controllable ex- enilinnie from in 1SPB, to I7J.OOO.OOI) In. 1911, is proof of viravagance beyond any possible de- vice. Granting of the natural rcsour- !s to the prairie provinces. "3. Construction of the Hudson's iy Railway, anil its operation by an dependent commission. "J. Control and operation by ihe ale of -terminal elevators. Necessary encouragement foi Umpire. Such campaign crivs Which Hag1.'" with Ihe nc companying si'uiinicms. were pecllllai ly offensive to many thousand citizens who are iiuite as zvalous for British connection as those who dill he flag-waving. Almost as regrelt- il'le was the appeal w anti-Am-arlcan prejudice. This campaign, it Is to be geared, will interfere with Ihe Us- velopmvill of that cordial friendship co-operation between the Canad- ian and American people which Miould mark the relations between im- (ions whose iinerests are so closely interwoven us (hose of Canada ami the I'nited Slates. The danger is ihat the election expedient of pluck- ing feathers from (he eagle's lull'hav- ing; proved useful in the recent cam- paign, it will be resorted to again. Bill II is to be that influen- tial Conservatives will frown upon that sort of (antics in future. a per- establishing and carrying on the chilled meat industry. "ti. The establishment of nianent tariff commission. The granting of substantial assistance towards the improving of our public highways. S. The extension of free rural mail districts. The extension of civil service reform. "10. Granting of liberal assistance to the provinces for the purposes of supplementing' "and extending tha work of agricultural education 'and for the improvement of agriculture." -This.is a ambitions pro-' As Viewed by an Old-Time Libtral (Winnipeg Tribune.) The veleran old-time Liberal editor of the Huntingdon (Que.) Gleaner, nakes a few remarks on a featurj 'f the recent election. He says: "We ind this paragraph hi the Fort Cov- ngton Advertiser: "If an American would lik-a to'know what an ill-paid, ill-fed, good-for-nothing specimen of humanity he is, let him read some of the'effusions emanat- ing from th-a newspapers of Canada at the present time.' This is true. "Day after day, the protectionist organs of Canada have been trying to persuade'their readers that the re- public is in a bad way. that its busi- ness is going to ins dogs, and that reciprocity is looked to.as a channel )y which American's will get in to rob Canada of her natural resources, j '.Ve wish this was all, but it is not. Accompanying this stuff are gross In- iults to leading Americans, especially President, who has bsen derided n th-e most scandalous manner, If our King: hail been mocked and cari- Snaps: Short Time Only 08 J'eei facing- north on UMh A. easy terms. nUxLX) feel in Block 128 on London .lioad, facinn- soiiili. 1-i) cash, O room fully, .modern house on 12 si mM; A, I'nciiio- a very small cash payment, handles: monlhly a bar- gain and well worlh mvosl.ignli.no-. 7 room fully modern house on Coiirl'lniid sfrecl, on very f I'MIC Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phpne 12i2 The- Standard Securities ------------Company Real Estate and investments M OWNERS OF orningsi Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 gramme. W-e suspect that .Mr. Bor-; catured in American papers In the den -will be considerably older and' i grayer before it is translated into for- na! enactments. THE POET TEXXYSON spoke'of a Tinie when in his proph-etic vision, he saw "airy, navies grappling in the central blue." This dream has not yet been realixad, but Ve see with pleasure that science is Aerial Postage carelessneBj to danger, which thes sky pilots show. In the perfection o an invention, in no case has the deal toll ta-en so heavy in the short spai of time. It. is with something of pride thH using aerial navigation as a means of !Mrn commercial utility. The first step in this direction is an attempt to use the flying machine as a means of car- rying written communicatione. though tile distances traversed have not been very great, yet the iuiila- Jlon may said to btf successful. A .postcard received in this city by the Secretary of Ih-s Overseas Club took ..the first part of'itu journey from Lon- don; England, io Windsor through the In the United States a mail sack wag carried in a seven minutes' flight. When one ivads of achievements like the above, he pauses and wonders at the advancement of modern sci- The uroilem of aerial flight Is on of the most difficult which ihe humai. mind has had to solve, it is at prc sent only In a rudimentary stage, hu It is easy to forecast the ultlmrte ai vantages to he derived from it, shoul man's Ingenuity place It on a prac tiral bails. As a mall carrier an alnhip would be a decided aaset. There would be a considerable saving In time foi lengthy communications, and it wonli help to link the different parts of the world closer together by the ellmina lion of dlalances. Enterprising Journal's and societies Th, v very fast. Il difficult to I 'f' for antounig.in.nt to what uses the airnhip ev.n i" -ruly e em (or aimg ually be put. In considering what it has already done we are faced with a wwidcnn.llt at (he potentialities of human genius. It is not only the genius which we contemplate, but what is forced on the treunllar delermliiation be no Incentive to the pcrfoc- 'lion of whit In bound to In great factor in the world's coinmerce. Might not the poet's dream of Iho "argosies of inngic sHlli. dropping down with costly come to OUR POjNT OF VIEW Borrfen'x cabinet will he a .surprise.. Bo was his I'ramior [Mi-Bride lias left for Ot tawa, which means t Gooderu's cliances o( a cabinet job. of Ontario, lias ft niiijorily of over 70 now, ;iml if springs A grneral nlrction. il wfll hr tin- idra of mahfng it uiMtii- Lord Reindeer (.Montreal Witness.) When Dr. Grenfell, of Labrador, conies to the peerage, as be would if services to the Empire were the sole comm-andatlon. he ought -to' be called Lord Reindeer. It was he that brought reindeer to Labrador to take tile plar.-d of the predacious and ex- pensive dogs. The dogs have to be fed, and in times of famine, which are not becomes sanie style as captain -Canadian jonrn- 'ils have dealf with President Taft, there would have been frantic calls' for retaliation. We wish all Ameri- cans who taken notice of these Insults could be assured that nine- tenths of the peopl-a of Canada ar-e as niucli disgusted with them aa they, are, find that they come from a Uon of .our news pap era controlled by iliR trusts and combin-es." I Kxactly. believe the vast ma--1 joiity of both Liberals and Cons-, vaiives have been disgusted with t exhibition made by the yellow sectk of the Canadian press. .Mr. Bprcte took occasion to express himself in a semi-reproving way immediately after the etectlon. He could not do other than feol that many newspapers and speakers opposed to reciprocity had Sone beyond the bounds of dectencv. Mackenzie King (Stratford Beacon.) "In vain we listened for the sign of crushed spirit, or a battered hope; it vas not there. Briefly arid tonuiiingiy, he thanked his friends for fhei Don't Let Distance Deter You From sending your piTscription to our store to he filled. .DislniKT neerl lie no bur, as n cAll by telephone, from you or your will n mcs.-si'nu'pr l.o vonr door, got your proseriplion. buve it dis- pensed, and rehmied in uliort; order. Not n eorit extrn charge. Telephone, us So: The Red Cross Book Co. Limited f HONE iS8. T. H. McCREADY, r sup- port, ami Litcn, with all hi-3 fire, pro- Iiis undying allegiance to the n-inciples of Uhctalism. lie way wiLh- nt a tailing now, he said, but there re- mained only too nine., work In the world lo permit him a moment's idle- ness. Another grateful reference to his many friends, with the assurance that so long a-j he lived he would count it a [ileaaure to -.serve them in any way within his power, a generous trihute io his victorious -adversary, afterwards iiinplemented by offering in public his: he was in Berlin Telegraph. J In -juch manner the Hon. Mackenzie King, probably the most brilJiam of 'Januda's younger statesmen, retired rpm public life, we hope only tor a irfef period. The defeat of Mr. King yaa to Liberals one of the most, di: ppointing and painful events of the lection. His ability, courage and ster- ng character had won for him tiie ad- lira lion of a wide circle of friends, ex- ;hding al! over the and ley had honed that iie would have een returned to continue his brilliant qreer. But it not to be. Fate marked him. along with many oth Liberal leaders, to suffer defeat, bn e, like bis great leader, Sir Wllfric -aurier, niel it in .the best of spirit. cannot but believe that there ifc IJ! a great, future for tills young man e.has devoted .life life to the public irylco ever since he finished bw bril- tint university course in political ID my, and although temporHrily out an occupation, bo may be relied up- to speedily find one. Whatever it we believe it will be creditable young Canadian nmnhooit. Rfit ml AAA AAA uitrfivHH proms wmm May Hit 1911. No Man Remains Poor who saves every week, or or year, a _______certain amount, ao -matter how small. Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this Bank safe place for your savings to accimmlatc, and grow with the Interest which is added half-yearly. 11.00 or upward is enough for the first deposit. Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it. Main Office cor. Round i Redpath StuG. R. TINNINQ, Manager. Stirling H. Roaoh, Acting jVUnagtr. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Managjr. A Soulh Side garage offers board- ing room for cars, and says; ave you 100 per cent." For nol tin'. Alawruss, he should ain't it? keep our car S.S. LAURENTJC S.S. MEGANTIC if ire were (ha Clover Hill Packing company or we lioirevc v.-o 555 Fcct Long could find a he-tier name for raisins ihan "Full of Life Brand." "Just for a Joke Lif.'a Little Irrltatloni W.: "To shop for your country us and have them pay you in Uy of the Last .Swatter "I'is not In-tils fair summer That the fly -els in.his ivork: He's .1 busier ntl'.'e hummer Whon tho sun hoghis to shirk. He buzzes like a buzz Anil he 'sllcketh In his spear: He (lljfcirth microbes with his paw. Anil drops ihVMii in your ear. Up. marathons across your bean And volplanes clown 'your back; feet, as ever, arc Let's give him one whai-Ij, a arms! The' old wire swank's hot: (io. swal him in the air. And him on Ihe'old Hlny! Swat him (jverywhore. O. II. The Detaining Arms of Vassar IDnlly llliui.l Ur. C. n. Cltniii and Dr. A. er, of Itie department of malht'innt- cs, relnrncil -last from Vnssar ollesc. where (he'American .Matin-- neticnl socioly was-hold. LARGEST, NEW- IN CANADIAN .TRADE S. 8. TEUTONIC S. S. CANADA About Tom 67 Feet Wide OMB CLASS CABIN SKRVICB.j The Largest and 'Fastest Steamers Carrying only one ctasc (II) of cabin passengers. The best accommodaiions .it moderate rnt.es. I.'nsurpiisseil Illlrd-claas on all steam- ers. REGULAR :.WEEKLV SAILINGS "anada b'ct.'-7, Nov. 4 Megjntlc 5 pot. 1.4, Nov. It Teutonic Oof, 21, Nor. IS Laurentic .Oct.'2S, Nov. 22 EXCURSIONS Ljuerpool TEUTONIC Dec. 2. I3ec. 9. 'Dec. It. licsenations -of All classes now open Book parly AMERICAN RiO STAR LINE LEVLAND. WHITE LINE Sailings from Boston, New York and I'lilliiilelpliln >o Quntiiiitowii, Liver- pool. I'lymoulh. Cherbourg (Franco) Southampton, London, Dover nml Ant- werp. Lnrjeat ar.d FlnMl tht World W. M. McLEOD, C. W. P. A. VM .Main stseel, s'.K. 'wriinr' i'n'rl venue.- Mhonc Jl. 1024. ;