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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGB DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by The Uthbrldge Publlihlng Co., Ltd. every lawful evenln, L.t it. .ffleei Sixth Street, L.thbrldje, Alberta Can. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: Reportoriil, and Newt Depl__ 1224 Circulation and Job Depti. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEi I sear delivered mall........ 6 months delivered J2.00 months, by moll 11.50 J momns, delivered Jl.OO I -_ 1 month, delivered .85c. I moiitli, by mull Addresses changed as often as desired, but both old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pagei, and contslas a summary of tile news ot the week, local and district 1 year in advance..... ft o') t 3 monthP, in 50c. G months, in advance 75c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Hook Store. j.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra. Hole! People's Drus Store. Co., U.W. IlJirnilton. D. L. llcCrea. Bros. Drug- Book Co. Fsrnic B. Eeftl Medicine Crsnbrook, B. ft Alchinson. L. Reluccka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. World Wide Co. Brown 219 Jib St. Spokane-The Jamiesou News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alio on ill C. P. R. Tralni The Proper Course THE HAMILTON' HKHALD puts llv> Herald down as a free trade advocate. What the Herald does advocate is a low tariff, with as liiucli free trade as we can have. We dci not think Western Liberals, iu (heir advocacy of a low tariff d-asire to wreck any deserving industry, but the opinion of the West is that tire tariff should be lowered, and deserv- ing industries shoukl not te permit- 'ted to suffer. Protection in some cas- PS can b-3 excused, but the kind of pro- lection that builds up 'big fortunes for individuals, and creates combines and Must be squelched. The trouble with Eastern Canada 3s that It is afraid to offend the man- ufactui-ers, and though many people j .there may be low. tariff advocates.at they are blinded by the pro- tectionists with their cries of tire flag and disloyalty, and vote against mea- iieipful to the low. tariff caues. If reciprocity had been considered oil its merits as an economic measure, no low tariff advocate would have oppos- ed it. but the cries of the protection- ist under the cover of the flag, caught many of them and consequently pro- jt-sctioii was victorious, and low tariff was given a temporary setback. Liberalism, hi order to thrive at to be of service to Canada, must c itself loose from a high protectii tariff and corporate influences, must stand clearly and distinctly f cities of the old world. 'From France have c-itiv accounts of a threatened if the cos! of the saries'bf life are not reduced. wo have read Imrrowhu: im- port i of (tioiiBands of men assembled in public streets demanding is r.ovt'rmneut suspend the duty u Imporh; lvmeats. And all these fro-n [irolxM-iul Here are lessons :t-.at demand consideration, and 11 them we see the baml of rings, mor -ers, Mid combines, no matter by vha: they are i-alted, which ;h those who, with the lever of protec- tion, control them. Their margin of profit is amply tttcured at the ex- pense of Ilia toller. .The condition of things In Engk.. In not due (o free trade, but evls n spile of free-trade. There are man which underlie it; aotahly crowding into the big cities of tlie a ricullural community, causing liter by an Increase 'of competition in I! labor market. Notwithstanding tl feeling In some quarters .against Co It Is nevertheless worthy o remark that It is not from.Great. Hr tain that we hear anything in 11 of food rlotB. The power lo restrict a supply of high tariffs calls into be- of the sreateet evils which :i big tariff places in the hands of It is ci-stomiiry for those whose in- erest it, is to tariffs io cite he case of Great Britain, imd, usinp itallsiics for their .purpose, in delud- inithinking to attribute1 what there aiv there to the of rolxlenisin. are sujiposed to ie measured by their purchasing r. Hut still have to be shown vh-dthsjr a corresponding rise in the et-essities of existfuice assures a pro- ortiona! rise in the wages of the 'orker. Do profits and wages work a stage of ratio? From facts all round us, it is impossible' to IfcMeve iis. The price of commodities iu rotected countries is regulated by principled. Heiw is the very esscnc of the causes whicli tend to'high cos of living. U-mlflr, oMow m iff evil is removed in -tliot is scope for competition. We Iwa of the exploitation .of free trade, bii what is to he said of the exploltstlo or protection, with, all Ha tales misery to tiro masses; as t'taa "uvent we have touched upon clearly We have before us the experience of corruption, raising; .o few luxurious rich, with hardiblp'.tc the poor in countries where high tar iff tms sway.' lie-i :Cannda take wurn rom these in regulating her onomic policy. OUR POINT OF VIEW MAYOR MILXE, of Medicine Hat. in an interview with' a representative of the press, strikes the right chord, and shows a Etron? civic spirit. In speaking of the location of.the R. shops at Cal- gary, and the consequent disappoint- ment to the people of .Medicine Hat, Ire says: "There will be no depressing effect on the future business prosper- ity, and it remains for ,us to work out our own fulure, without looking for outside assistance from any large cor- poration." Thei'a are encouraging and self-re- liant words, and, comi-ag from mouth of tlie first citizen of the they hav-a an added weight. It is well that Medicine Hat, or any otlrer city, should have sufficient faith in its de- velopment by the power of its own re- i sources, and by the spirit of its citi-; The Right Spirit It is only right Hint a city shoulc do its best to attract important la dusttes, such -as the C. P.'R. shops. It is difficult to avoid the feel ing bl'-bitter disappointment which tht failure of its efforts must bring. Bu this disappointment should1 not be al lowed to clog the of civic pro 'grass. This is the stand which Maj- or 'Milne has raken, and it is one which we heartily commend and ad mire. The city, the individual, which has a sufficient faith in itself is bound to advance. The 'Mayor de- plores the'fact that the question of the shops should have lever been men- tioned. Still, we may -remark that there might be some little good to the city iii this respect, in the fact of its having had a Eair share of advertise- ment. Even the fact of its name hav- ing had a prominence, has its uses. The Tenant Vote WE CAXNTOT help admitting that the disqualification of ten- ants voting in the municipal election by the terms of Ihe City Charier is an injustice. It is-'wall tha.', the Charter should be amended in this direction. That taxation sliouW go with representation should be of a'M el-ectipns, no matter wheth- er thp laxation i? direct or .indirect. Inasmuch as it Is admitted .that -Hie reliant pays his- taxes the medium of rent, this is enough to warrant him ih-3 power to vote. .11 is practically'the acknowledgment of the principle of the "latch-key" vote. Tiip mm en t ion of Alderman Bow- man thai the fact of a tenant's voilng right allowed would give the owner and tsnant of a gmall shack fcoih the power to vote, and so does not seem right, cannot be said to be a strong one. Possibly the alderman I in bis mind the "evils of plural I voting. But there Is nothing of this Jn the exampl-2 cited. Each man in tho case is vested with the right to vote from ..the fact that he is paying tax- es, though th'ay are indirect in the case of one. There are not, however, two votes by the same individual, hut different votes different individ- juals.lt may Ire argued that hers jtwo votes for taxation on the one pro- jperty, but there does not seam much this. The Interest of both parties is the same, that is, towards proper I'apresentation. Two votes can not b-e used hy the one person, and, therefore, any evil 11 provided ag- ainst. -j tenant: population of Letll- bridge Is a large The power to vote would tend to make more inter- est felt in civic, matters by more of (he jfjople. There iradoubtedly, much reason and fairness in extend- ing the municipal franchise to all householders, who are debarred from exercising It under the pivi-ent sys- tem. The C. P. R. and Railroad Development TIIK AXN'UAL REPORT of the Ca nadinn Pacific Railway Com- pany, as by its dir-1 actors, sueaks well for the progress (if railroad transportation. Tlic branch lines and the extensions In view, show purlieu- larly, an appreciaUon pf Wcst-ern ile- velopmRiit. It is gratifying to read thai about T.74 of thvsn will be finished within the neit couple of months. flic opinion of th-e report Ihat (here will, he no halt in the ac- tivity and progress of the AVyst, and lltiit. by the continuance of good times Iu the agricultural districts, the com. iiierciai interests of the country will Ix: proportionately beiiefitted. It ie impoHsibte (o agree with re- marks In tile report that the Domin- ion ami Provincial governinelrts should litirA insisted lliat other companies fthouM open new territory, Instead ,ol iiuildlnic their lines through setOd jftectlons of tile country, where trans- portation facilities already exist. It shows a peevishness, and a petty spir- it in a company like (he C. P. R. mak- iug thla an txcme for being forced to build more lines than its sharehold- ers would have been called upon lo provide. It is tby of a C. H. li. trllBt, with no compctitloji lo be allowed In the dlsfricta through which Its lino run. The C. P. R. as- (oo much, The directors of oth er companies have an equal paying dividends. The men who con- trol Micro are equally practical, and are not altogether Imbued with a C. P. It. spirit of altruiim. Wivsrc the necessity V.ilats. and there is profit. Hum the railroads are sure to come. The Kipping of new territory la not altogether forc'ad upon the C. it. Tlie company has-, too mucli, business Instinct for (hla mode of procedure. Whore It pays ihit C. P. "il. (o go, oth- er linos will follow. The lucreaiwl cvniinitltlon Iu trAniportatlon will Kemmis is lira Tory nominee In iaclier Creek, but he win never set ny farther. Red Deer electors gave Dr. Clarke whopper of a ha de- erved. it. The Liberal government in Alber- ta stands for -development. Elect Shepherd to support it. The Toronto Mail and Empire -is publishing the pictures of probable Tory Cabinet ministers. That is like- ly as far as some of thjsm will set. Two Liberal candidates are leav- S Ontario to reside in the West. Ontario is no place for a Grit these days. to fourteen members' for Toronto which would mean ,11181 the Tories would always start off with that man] seats to the good. With wheat going sixty bushels -to the acre at Cardstoii and Etachei Creek. Southern Alberta 'can still hold its head high and wear1'a happy' smile. Calgary is going to have a land show, hut in order to show the vial tors good land it wil have to run an excursion to th-e Plncher Creek; Ciaresholm, I.ethbndge ,md Cardstoa districts. do One Liberal friend of.monopoly has 2parted in the parson of '.las. Cou- lee, and -the friends of public rights not shed any; tsars. Jlr. Borden is finding -that every 'ory M. P. thinks that 'he Is big nough for a Cabinet job. But what 'Ir. Borden thinks is not likely to'be isclosed. iL-: Mr. Borden will have a supporter n the House by the name of Crom- If he is anything like Oliver, M Conservative -will have to it up and take notice. The protectionist the Toron- o News, wants the new redlstribu- on bill to provide more representa- on for the cities. It looks for twelve AH that is uecssB'ary for the labor men to decide to for Shepherd is to investigate the treatment" the working class-as .Have received at the hands' of the parties The) will find the Liberal party has bean their best friend in the they 'can rest confident it will be in the future. Politics is a queer game. Less than three years ago Clifford Sifton was tha -butt of attack of tlie Conser- vatives, and the.-Liberals d-efend'ad him. Now he. is hand and glore mth. the Tories, and the political frienda, I who stood by him nhen he uaa bo ing defamed, havs -been cast aaide. The defeat 01 the Liberal part) should not discourage Liberals Pow er is not all. Principles should be first and foremost In tlje the barals boasted of jles worthy of the name but it must be confessed these principles not altogether adhered to. TKnk Enier Pint Quaker (Ottawa Free Press.) The retirement of James Conmc-a oni the House ot Commons will ra- ore a verj" unique figure in Pariia- ent, but it will bring in the first laker ever elected to the House in anada. Champajne.of .Battltford (Plncher.Creek Echo.) Ales. Champagns, Liberal member- ect for Uattteford, is going to flop, d support Borden, it is said. Alex. is a man of many parts, anyway. We remember, a Tears ago, before there-ware an> railwavg up in Battleford couatrj, on one occaaio when Alex was spending the nig-ht E the "Half-way House between Saika toon and Battl-aford he paaisd as a Methodist preacher and did it well He ought, therefore to haie no trou hie the garb of a Tory, bu if he pulls off that b unt the Grlti will be tha more liteh to reraembe him with real naw than with the joyousness ususm connected will champagne. A Magnificent Figura (Kingston Standard Laurier is still a magnificent fig ire, even in daieat His wild nortec We must have space for our new Fall Goods, so now is Your Opportunity to buy DOLLS TOYS AT WALL I'Al'KK 26 25 IM-> For a few days only The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE 6M. T. M. MeCREAOVf Manafir. Snaps: SHbrt Time Only G8 feet fiiciiig north on J.2th A. 50x125 feet in '.Block :I28 on London lloiul, facing south. 1-3 oasli, bullihcc -...6 room fully modern -house on 12 street A. failing wist, n very small cash payment handles; uionlJilv payments. This is a bar- gain and worth invcstiffathif--. 7 room fully modern house' on Conrlhind street, on yory easy terms. MacLeod Go. Phone 1212 Box 679 The- Standard Securities -----------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 NOTICE The H. Oiilviii Co., Real Estate Dealers luivn od Uieir offices fjoin the Otfc Block to the New Balinoi-il Block. In connection with OUT real ostablshwl an auctioneering brancli undei tlic db action I Jas. Uihljon, has joijied (-he above firm .uul wlio IMS had oxlciisivc experience in this line. Auciion both l.irgo and small in and counhy be Londncted and satislatlion guaianteeil. H. GALVIN CO. lioonis C D ISalmoral Block J'hone 1425 his government down thr road to ruin, but he himself .cornea out of the battle with his escutcheon tintarnisl-ai! and reputation for honesty nnd integrity nuaul- led "Just for a Joke' Yarnt of a Youngster I an airship just now. I heard'it go and the man 7ell out. fyyi father has got a thousand linn Iredidollars, and he's going to bus is ap automobile. mother, goes downtown she us in the coat closet In he ball. Brery time, yes, sir. I was at Greenwood suipnier I Been six people drownd'.id My killed a. burglar once. He iworded 'him -with the butcher knife .There ,wal a great -big 0111 ellar yesterday. I look and threw a I HW on It. -I'll -bet It won'l come In lir cellar any more. A Miiapprehenijon .of salil Mr. '.ioblcy; delights my soul lo have you fit no much out of our car, il really wben you glvn your orders to the chauffeur you must be more careful of your language. 'Why, have I asked the ladj, Bomewhal at iinplied neoulre V the chauffeur1 (esterVlay to stop talking, but to get out of cu and tank up The my is crank up, not Unk up, and J fe.n_tiut lames tanked up as far iis he could be at the monront." said Mr: .lobley The Molsons Bank INCORPORATED OFFICE, MONTREAL Cnpildl, hiid Up t Fund S3 IN CAisVDA AND AGLMS, AND CORRES PONDBKTS IN ALL I'.UITS OP TUB SAVINGS DEPARTMENT UeposiU of II and upwaids loccued Inteieat alloned fiom dale of doposlt ,it lilijliesf cm This liank lo sue uiolupl jnd hilplllnnt nlKiitlon to all join Hccouill liuuidi, 1C. Diamond I'.nuich, I) C. Morrison, ;