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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 J THE LETIIBRinGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October t, 1913 HERALD Published by the Dinting CoJ fu! Us SlretV.Lethfcriia'e, Ud.i .PHONE: epitnsnl DMLY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered rear, w-00 6 months, raonib, delivered ......35c. month, changed u ottea new ind must te (iven. THE CAILV KER.'LD FOB SALE VTestlaka S Book 0. Wide World srtspn t-.Co.; Jacksoa Hotel; Co.; Xews Shop, 415 Graafiell Street ple's Drug Store; Kenny -'Allln; Lelhbrioga Jamlesoa Mews Co. 105 Hirer SW9 Cigar Stand: Eatress Grassy fet City Kemp Medicine'. Hat Agency. -f- Hotels Calvary LcadEcs Boofc A. D. News 10 9 A Sth Ave. West; Co. ptr Co.; CraLbrook Station Read. Edmonton Nswe Co. Clarence Pinchtr Creek Drug World Kaws THE, _ Published tirery VTedneEdftr pzgeX'- of iocai and district 01 Ih9 1 year In. Slvance 11.00 cnntilni ict (months in a'arancs ..'.'Me' in Ilio Ivue sense of the'designation, nnd i( sjntuld'-tyc ll rcdrciiiiiin tliose pledges. t Mr. I'.Do'pcr cxcvulion to Ilio Conservative jiavly's tend- ency lo'ciMilraiirntipn and as spokesman for the Caiyuliun League (hat it was opposed to it; "ie jioiiil that llic" no separatist iucljntttibiis, but .locking back on that the development'of self- all'airs is the-basis'oT loyally." In the matter of ordinary political but'in the qnestion'of national iir'gcil, we should :get; together. Here he1 signified that there existed a middle'course which comprised' the safely of the Empire and the self-ycs'jjcct of Can- adii. this nationnt self .wus.wdlbrought out by whcii referring to reganling 'Hie inability'of Cariadii.lo find men to nian lief ships in tlmt the people were too'busy making money. AJdrcssin'g'liiniself -16 his audience he exclaimed, "What do von think'of that, desccnUniits a man to defead whose ancestors were United Empire iiihuda Utq.bVisy or too siipnie grwing'grain to spare t'ie-trade, owing io .'a craven; fear of; being A IcinjioraVy policy of contribuliqii' to'.the central uarkcd'.Mr. the door to-a'protfiiistiunting, per- I marked haps jicrnumenl, jiplicy of conlribnlion. Il-wasa idea'which ilsticcceded in implanting awhile, on since llien tit's soultieyu Continent had insliluted a national iiayal service. Xo we niay say, will dare hint Ihnf Australia'is less loyal on that a'ecoiuit.' the movement .will be seen the virile expression-uf-un empire seitlimenl.- In coniieclioirwith the asserting of her ma'nliood by Canada in outlining.her pplicj. qf- honie defence, available; if necessary, for Imperial well quote a. paragraph .from the recent rcpoVt .of SJr'hm militia. What applies to the: army Blight equally'to the naVV.-.-Jt comes under'the'headiiig of "Canada's vs. GUARANTEE: back McArthur and bis associates are-thnronghly q-esponsiule menr in case, hondlioldcrs Betwixt and Between and or purj "The orgauizatiori bf'llie Canadian army'aml its" preparation training for >var should be govej-nc'd' by Ihe piirposc. iirjioses, .it is inlcmied lo serve in This is a triiisni per- haps, hutitJsrf Iruisiir liial ought to be .'sSibufgH'ilown the corri- dorsrqf.war offices1 nn iiie days when Army "estimates, are being prepared f of Ihe-cdificiition of parliaments, rlpuie defencejcoincs firstraiul'chfdf.Milnry problem for 'wjiiclitjaitada .has. find e, (iiat the niouey the province' has; a' Br'sf the 'a solution is how tp'orijanize lier manhood so. a'slqgiyQlterself; a making Tlip. Rnrhr' nnnriiifii dppbs'itidn individunlly and collect-. liave not ntlere'd a criticism "over the gift1 of fifteen inillipii V.'SpIlars inadc-liy Hie' Conservative-government al Ottawa to the Northern In-the case, the money of people of Canada is.-handed over subsidy to a railroad has been'largely -people of .Canada bnl.-is.tlie .properly of twrf-ineii. V; 'reasonable jecufily_against invasion. -Thai' may. '-.slip be inspired to Ihiiik pflhc.thoupaiids f rpm overseirs who would fight; on land and bclialf' wpre she and prepare according to her means, to do as-uiucli-fof-.tliem in Gr'wt White lack from bis' eastern Irlp, noodle and Ktit chock full of Hvs 'up Vi'iilte The'uiotiey'nia'rkbt is oa the oam, causes lo look so glum; he hasn't much' to sly. U Isn't eisy lo cut ice. at sevea Jay which Is so'mo aiiu val sad; to the all go out, and oivll a oue ol tbem about aai sjy "Mr wo'rJ. bcre') Dau." And after cLasing bulls and bears up forty-sevea o( lo them could any- one louder, if Kill sbouli to. bed vvllh the gloomy glooms, or go out oa the shout; could ha be blamed he M'ent to see the naughty, notor- ious KvfilyQ T tho garden roofj ni; the latest rag, tbo trot and the grluly ] Elnoers quite :sliock He'says it's bird to .lap' the purse ol the money tint 'Would be. to at homo; so wlien things go upon Die blhik so bail.'.'twould drlvo a man to drink. Hill thinks sg'afn he'll by Uncle Lollibrldge Is picking up. Last week.a cabintt minister elopped In the city for ten minutes gazing'ou the extensive, improvements in the C. P. K'. ysMs. This week one actually slop- ped between trains. If Bill lyes only keeps l( up we'll persuade one of the honorable, gentlemen to come for a Khpie'.day lu the tweft byo and going to celebrate 100 yeare of "peace iiest Burdme.r. Having put the kibosh' on the city council we will be able to-celebrate lo our- bcart's content .without hearlug of wars and Tumors_of wars.-frbm the direction of tbq council chamber. Just gelling rid of jbem in time so all Uie' fun won't be spoiled. Imagine a Lethbridge cltr a peace celebration. Uun an Indian souse at a pink tea On Monday tie city dads are book' e'd gird up their .loins, a'nd u-'ade into, the slaughter of the innoce'rils If promls'ts to be a grand finale to the yca'r's.vork. Lambs are marked for thVslaughter and .the ais Tiill ap- plied'with righteous Tigdr. 'After dis of the peoples' gopi raopey'a couple of It wil be Teri' edifying to watch the franile scramMe to get it back again. Bui the cltr councl THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Lethbridge Branch r R. T.-Brymner, Appjyiiig_Hie. policy -ui. that the lliey would.never repnjy'we to be A graal little tussle words: V -V V. Vr-- this Job of. electing. comnifEE loners an t X 'omVBurprises liouiiil than "the dcbt'w'e would never be able to pay." Conservative opposition; at made by. parly friends at "a ,rThp -imrrijgriinl 'from England rcnlleredia.s Sio'llrtr Coiintnvby; leaving his job for i V t r. rise left MAYOR NEtSDN SPENCEl, Tijeacme'Ha'rs riiemiicr in' Ihe legislalure, bad belter Yatch out Dennett him, put' of the .Cbnseryaliye party. In ;his. speech on the. Alberta arid Great Waterways legislation a inillion or more dollars would be left afier the railway built -Fprr that this .money should be utilized tp build roads und dig wells .irt-.fhc'.'soutlicrn part of the Tha't sounds good and of sucb a policj vci-j- ' the soulhern country. Surely, hpw- Mr. Spencer remembers lhosp_speechei Mr. Bennett deliver- _ "'c lcxl "i'liou shall not Meal" during Ihe last provincial Did not Bennett attack Sifton legislation as 1 coriSscalbrj'? Did he'nbl say that .Sifton was stealing monc) atfemptcd fo (afee nioneyS'pled'for the A.'and G. "W. into 'the possession of the province for the building of roads and have a Consen'atiyejieigber in (lie person ol Sir. Spencer" coming alonjg'ailyocaiiug'lhal a pbrlioh of Ihe A .and G.'W. money be dcvolcd lo rbpds and. veils. If it -to steal all the money surely Mr. Spencer will see that ii is wronj 'to slcala million. Mr. Spencer-Was elected Ihe assistance A NON-I'ARTISAN VIEW. OF THE NAVY POUQY- A CAMl'AH'rN for of the riavj was launched last week Ont. Th speakers on the oc.casion were Mr. Arthur. Haw'kcs and Mr. John A. Cooper, editor of Ihe Canadian Both names arc w'el known in Canada, and they figure, a.iprofagonisfs in {tie program for discussing f---- _.. irevails, that some'of us went back fo the piace-from which'we iscapcd ami preached the. real doctrine of-Canadian INT OF; Mayor Hn'rdie'.js eniiiled to creilil fci: liis wbVk in connection with'the sale even if is nqt.gill etlged. ;-Ue iid his best and apparently the city cannot afford to wait for an improvement in the market. Tlic student''of.politics is hard it Ihrpugh-tlie game the opjio'sition ppssible ptililical-advahloge ban be gained by tte prolonging'of-the.debate on the A; ahd.G.'.W. bilf.-'.- V go.inip.effc'et at. once and jn as much as advantages without.the manufacturers liav- iny to sacrifice a snilliiig, Pur loyalty will prob'ably be-able to stand the slrnin. The. presence. Louis Hill in, Ihe. sbulli counjry. gives color lo Iheruinor.liiaUns.coinpany is lo takeover the con'sjruc- lion and opcralibn of ..the Dominion Western' Railway. he docs or not there js.little dotjbt but that Hie Great'Nq'r'lhcrn wilVbe in Sb.'uihern Albdrta jjeforc long: A'few of'bad weather which woiil.d'ti.e up': threshing bjichilions would doubtless he welcomed by'five railway; coni panics. It .wUdd give them a cbnricc.lo ciitch up in the supply of cars. It is getting to he some job moving-.the western.grain A man nanird Miller was convicfed'in of bigam) on the. grounds Mint hcjccurcd a divorce anVl inftrricd his SCCOIH wife in Seadld', American'djvorces not boliling guod ij> Krid'sj 1 policy vital to the Dominion from an unnrc judiced: and non-parly point of view, -The sponsor for Ihe inovement is Ihtf'Canadian League, :-H-u.stfnl organiXdlion for iis objects the discussion Vf the general principles of. autonomous-government in this caunlrj wilfiin the: of the (lie explaining (o the nature' of 'our government nnd its traditions upon non-pahisan support of nafiona defence.. (lie prccedenf se'l m'the. Bnlish fsks the riimina- .lion of question from the sphere, of party politics will under cifci.in3hmct4. -There is probably sonic trull ofIS On in provision fo ,i fprcssBt it, d, comiicllinu the: maintenance of a woman who has toiled hard f poTitical football, ins only of lale.thal the naval poliey (1f U1, lim .nmilv nnd i., then (hrowh ore loo .nifln liaslil Columbia. ,n If Miller' must hear the siigma of tvjjy'.nri all oliitr Cnnailians guilty of divorcing and marrying across th boundary" .-There a hunch of thorn and some very big! up in the councils-pf the nation. Apropos of divorce, Ucv. Oerin Ilenson says il is preferobl lo the humiliation 'and degradation of a.couplc living jogethc HAS JKSTALLKO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies, or other valuables in one of these boxes TaBK INTOKSlAnON TO ALBERTA. NO LOAFERS IN SWITZERLAND It Is rather difficult in" Switzerland o try to live. Without working. In hat commonw'eftlih tbo people coed upon the'lh'eery thut a rajiti who11 unemployed, If left to himself, is ble to become a waste by being charge and a tax upon the coniiauufty, lie wanted to; make lihaself 16 would Institute a atght school for voters kud prospective candidates. They have a lot to learu. Tliat char- .er Is just an-esper.liuent yet. Slayhe worth the' iwper it's written on. It's tie uest little charter that ever came down Hie pike. But wJie- good, or rotten is going lo depend a great Jeal on tlie men who ;et tha most.'yoles on Dec. 8. yovi ever see an oli Umer who about the most jealous cuss in ilio world when'sorao other old timer iroblem "HS an economlojiuesttoii to j solved by tho slate. TJ'.o purpose Is to asslet the xir.Cor- tunato uneuriiloyed to. BMiiro uork, not only for the Bake cl.hls farally, but in tho Inlereslsiot the common- wealth. There toleration of Ih6 ,oafev.; proWWUJ tho and vogrnncy la clasfsiried al- most as a crhne. ShouJd an pc-rson not make uerious, effort to obtain isork, tho authorities proceed' to (led it for him, and when' they do he la cotnpell- cdvto perform li-i If he; refuses to Is placed Jn-thc ivoVkhouse, whore" strict and every Inmate required, to .work to his 'full capacity, receiving therefor nnd lodging; and .from UTO to ten cents a day in uagea.: Them1 are In- STClttcrlautl" Institn- tEona where temporary' employment inay'tie had by jiersona out "of through no faul t of- Thgy recolre to accommodaUon ind' Eonie" money" compensation untfl Jiey' can "fin'd-more reicuuerallvo cm- l. Her' rami" tree? -W Her. I have oUonB in cold Jash'fpr so, that-. the might tome Burpi Is iust he- ginning to K they -knotty t points -the 16''clear up before voting .Say they.would wonder..-Jut n.p'S'.he'B IrjJng to dope put the rtgh on. the: baUqU. Maybe a man can mark his haHol (tirea-tfmes. May be U'e'can mart It as many .are candidates, ICES one. No- for.sartln yet irig oil 'a new charter Is Jaat like sleep ng on a _cord or so of giant powdt never when it's going up Afier.showlag oae- .Bordcn. rulnlstcr jsn't a man In the-clty, "we'll jail, do you'honestly think tat, who knowB another "could be" expected to "come omlnate a candidate. If Mayor I havo 'a can rein emiier.f any, further doV ttf bear about' it- V Fifty jug Is about as far 'as ,our the pres- acres of pJne Umber, b. Post1 Dragoon." LUtlg Jo ba bdotccl'and spurred we. can gel anything out" Trad eiile, get them to. flinch; But most'of u B pre'ach'hy th'e-mlle, "'Acd'pfaclice br- USE -is the registered "traae name fox Th6 v Imperial Oil .Company's pure refined kerosene.- 'Royalite is 'afcsphiteiy uniform, giyes; no smpke or soot, and is backed Imperial 'Oil Com- pany's unqualified guarantee.: V. Due to its extensive ;m4nufacWring resources .arid; its system of delivering direct from refinery to store, The Imperial Qil .Company is able to offer Royalite at a much lower price than any'oil equal in quality, The Imperial 'Oil. Company is also general distri- butors throughout the Dominion for "Rayo" and "Perfection" Heaters and Cook Stoves. With these oil-burning devices, and with Royalite Oil, you 'are assured of fast light and' most heel at lowest cost. Royalite Oil, Rayo Lamps and Perfection Heaters can be obtained everywhere in the. in the small country stores as well as in cities and towns. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Ottawa Quebec Calgary Edmonton Halifax St. John Reglna Satkatoon ;