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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LET1TBRIPG1S October I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publishedby the Lethbridoe Publishing l3Wul evVnipVrtfo AtteriiV BUCHANAN Managing Director QUAYLE Manablno Editor JOHN TQBRANCE Business Manager PHONE Reportorlal And News Department v 1224 PHONE Advertising And Job Departments DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES rhansed as ofcn but both alut adilrcsaej must bK THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Peoples store Kosny i K Richer Mitchell U Drug Rook IWnecke Diamond City DrUE Wide News ns4th Jnmleson Xeivs PCo 705 Riverside Also on all trnlr Hut 1 say to Uliurulis in all parts of Canmln olil now as I 1 would ten Union over ehooae to In niuili Hum lo b such moihods iis So I toll you linn should It como to lines ut any lime Una I should hi I would act upon the whole ruiestlfWl upon Us UHrlls Irrespective of nil ether considerations of any If It Is n Umn ours 1 would heartily accept If it Is not us good I ivoulil And frtlft that will taUe that ground In all their dealings wlli this grout and Important wo Bland where have stood from the beginning llu unanimous volio of parliament for the speedy construction of a Canadian All CiinaditlllLiberals will buck ul llulr lendersloynl The Liberal policyis clear As lo the Cuuservullvepolicy time will It is not born we commented upon 1 the wonderful reception being accorded Sir Wilfrid Laurier in That the demonstrations sur pass any ever given the Liberal lead er in Ontario is evident by tie follow ing description of the Peterboro meet 1 ins Of almost dramatic significance was the unexpected and franl spoken developments at the great first overflow meeting to greet Sir Wilfrid Laurier in the Grand Opera House here last It wits a remarkable The vaut originally designed for the one was packed to suffocation early in the and thousands of eager people were outside clamoring to liear In baste the Opera Ijbnse was requisitioned and thrown and within a few moments was crowded 10 the Accommodation for fur ther meetings was the hundreds still had to content themselves with the openair gathering on the Jiarket The battle for admission to the Opera House was times almost Even after all three gatherings were well under way throngs stood packed before the That does not sound as though the Liberal party was dead in Ontario If its resurrection is near at hand OUR POINT OF VIEW Thereis only another day in which lo decorate and by the appearance of things ii could be done with ad The mother of parliaments conven td yesterday and opponents of the As rtuith governmentwill be given a taste effective preventive of obstruc tionist the Its a sure annihilation of superfluous Many who would like to meet Their Excellencies are worrying over the lack in their wardrobe of a claw hammer It is not The is the very embodiment of de mocracy and wishes to greet wesicrn not tailors government for tut sing them for public Walker ton would like to use the armory there for school And all this un der tlie scrappiest war lord Canada ever Is Ontarios ultra Imperial Ism on the wane It UK irony of fate that Sielig was to give the star evidence for the state in the case against Becker lu New York should be assassinated on the eve of the He was expected to show that bis gang were hired through connivance to murder The state has certainly lost a material A local paiwr yesterday published a very commendable editorial attack cm with a fervid plea to knock the Immedintoly Water competition Is the reason given by a official for the east enjoying so much lower freight rates than the In other be under the editorial appeared the lol cause the west must use an all rail lowing little boost So little happens route the people are at the mercy of the railway companies and must pay the i in our town that the undertaker about tlie umn who can make a I silU hat pay a dividend on the invest Even with water competition there is no suspicion that the railway com panies are currying freight in the east at a lint the huge dividends j i which make stock sell at 2SO a shave ihe year bum are exacted from the western people and a measure of relief is due from the railway THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF NGSIDE Suite 111 11S Sherlock Building Box 1979 Phone 1291 TheDominion Alliimcc practically imputes that the farmers of the west or aix months of i around the doesnt know what he talking j It is too common a habj it among officials In these semi1 church organizations to come wcstj Boards of Trade j ami impute allsorts of things against officer is keeping in close touch the Southern towns as regards the car If the Associated Boards can fmd a way of securing sufficient cars the existence of the organization will have been Justified a hundred times In Ontario some of the towns sport ing armories are asking the Dominion Hie entire west through what they j observe probably one day ia the week in one Wa are not rash ingforward to defend the western farmer for those who live alongside i of him year in and year cut know characteristics but this can be said I and that is that he is lio a bum than farmer of Ontario or any other partof The Size of the Police Fq Force ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS re cently the Herald has advocated cutting down the number ot men on the city police when re orsanteaiion is effected on the arrival of the uew chiefThe Herald be lievus thai a poiice department of eighteen men is too expensive for this city it borders on the and lp these days of an increasing tare every item ot expenditure should carefully As a basis on to effect a re organization of the police depart the Herald has secured the fol lowing figures from other western and their application to Jjridgc might not come in cases number of men employed on the police force greater than one per thousand of In every other the ratio is considerably Figuring Leihbritlges population at and allowing one police officer for each thousand of popula the number of men employed in including the should be The Herald does not believe that the council should feel compelled this as an iron clad A leeway of a couple of men might he hut at the most the Letbbridge police force should not consist of more than fourteen or including the There FARMER AND teSQEDIER DAY WTH Ward Price iu the London Daily Mall The Bulgarian soldier is one of the first things that strike you in It is not the uniform that makes the preme test in the attempt to wrest Macedonia from the So I ap plied ar the war ministry for peruiis sion ifspend a day with the It was tharvfilorioiW golden weather j Wilson SL Skeith AGENTS Farms for Subdivision We have a choice section of ir rigated laud tour miles from the of subdivision into live and ten aero market gar den which should sell Adjoining garden tracts held at per acre and up per acre will buy this section or any Very easy terms part SPECIAL TODAY Lots Block 127 facing south on 7th A beautiful building site each For a few days Terms 13 balance and 2 years at S Acreage for Subdivision 30 acres Immediately and adjoining Henderson Undoubtedly property sur rounding beautiful Henlderson park will become Letllteridges ilnost residential This combined with the small Quan tity of acreage offered in this location makes tho above a very attractive Prices and terms on Wo have a client anxious to sell Five Acre Lot Cash otters are MONI5Y TO OF ALL KINDS lNEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE Alexandra Hotel INSURANCE OFFICES Phone 1343 that autumn sometimes Herci case the total number police includes the chief and executive ruem tiers of the City men Population 20 Tort William IS 71 1ft Prince 9 Jloose 21 Jn only one of the above quoted Lethbridge which would probabh make fifteen men necessary for effic iency in the As a rule a min more vigilant centres of the But allowing fifteen saving of three impression for his whiiybrown linen they call it the of the smock rough brown and un1 for it puts off for a while the coming of the deep winter when the heavy Wellington hoots are as usrly as they are Nor is it his nor his suntanned But there is an intelligence of Xliression and an alertness of bear drab companies that make t them twice as they tramp ing centre require policing than oth same effect k This combination of the ot body and weatherbeaten face that are the marks of the with the brightness aud interest of per aud that expense in any one department is provided of course the standard of efficiency can be maintain en or expression that are usually the stamp ving of of the give you the whole secret Canada and the Navy rpIIE CALGARY STANDARD is J Conservative in oil is rcport to be ono of its These make interesting its views on In its last Issue it says There are three alternative poli cies fcr the solution of tho naval navy manned and in a straight gift of millions per year iu ilic naval defence tho Empire and a combination of thfi No one can say with authority which pol icy will be adopted by Bor Cauada should near some share of ihe That WR are not ask ed to do so by ihe Empire is no reason to disclaim our This assistance should he Immediate and ami in the form of cash to be used at the discretion of the At the same just as we built a branch of 111Royal so also it is as much n part nf our national self and considerably more profitable in dustrially to build a branch navy as a branch It would encourage the steel shipbuilding in the Bo sides it would draw upon tiie youth of our land along Ihe great lakes and the maritime shores lo frrm a naval thus laying the foundations of another arm of defense for Canadiaus as Canad as well as doing our hit as sons of the It is becoming mote evident every llay by tho declarations of Conscrva Uie men and thai the parly isj going to adhere to the Canadian navy with the probability of an emer gency The Standard3 may be interpreted as those of and are in line with the keep the navy out of politics peti What Sir Wilfrid Laurier has to Hay nuval matters in his Ontario TJulganan iu their little steadings far up the roadless can only sit round the fire In sheep working at the emlrroidery makes their summer dress so handsome aud longing for th you look ut tnem twice as LIIKJ uaiiu Tlie road climbed a defile through the mountains at a height of nearly Eturdiness i 3000 White oxenyoked to lum bering carts shied clumsily as the ear hummed Strapping Bulgarian peasant girls in dresses elaborate with embroidery c red and white aud and with long hair hanging in a dozen of the Bulgarians excellence as war plaits linked hy a heavy brooch he material llim1 smiled prettily at And at crossing the stubble in the battalions nnd a battery of A mile ahead of them are a battery of mountain a Maxim gun dc guns carried by pack squadrons of aud two mere battalions of 100 men They are marching to oppose a force of exactly similar strength that is coming down from the through two denies in the A Country Without He is a true a which wo scarcely know in I Tie is a He has his own his own his own oxen to pull it he is satisfied his circumstances and interested in his he has any native in telligence he has every incentive to use and develop since the full Fro fit of it comes to Aud so he possesses the strength of the country dweller without bein and intelligence of the townsman without being a j jn so many continental countries Divisional manoeuvres are going on hedge and fence are unknown in the fifteen miles from and the real thing is near enough to make it an thing is near cnougn to matie IL iin nosibtlltr that this may be the to mark off field from F j this 1 rnnntrv is one J Bulgarian A tmplonghed strip of or man The whole tour is of interest wi when Borden urgeil the speedy construction of the Can adian observed Sir Wilfrid at We accepted his sugges I lion aud at once incorporated it in rcccivc before it goes out to the sii country is one Silllabim nur But Borden is no longer in favor of speedy I Cnuada can wait The mother land can wait Wo are told that our naval policy is not ready even The appeal of patriotic Canad as I said last must to liie warring factions In the Bordeti We call upon them o agree and to mid if the Xation alists and the cannot agree j they bad better make way for other j aud better men who The words were greeted with a rc j we are Tile throng rose antl cheered again nid Once more aud witii added emphasis the chin issued his mandate to Lib eralism iu all parts of Lib erals inst stand upon this question true and patriotic said amid another There must be no by Liberals it lake any advantage of the govern incuts situation by appeals prcju dice or I am still kading the Liberal Wo retrieving groundwe striving for vic DEALSBS EVEI1YWHERE by i OALT KNITTING CO lusieau ui ucmn countless little compartments byim passable And though the of the Eng lish champaign is there is a line spaciousness in the arstretthing sweep of tho open and Na tures line and perspective are un General Toschcff and bis staff of whitecoated officers are on the hill side watching the movements of the dots in the plain below through their field men with all the mnrks of their calling about for the army is taken very seriously in Bulgaria It the backbone of the the guarantor of her j eirians ccnld riot hope to hold their own In the armed scramble for Alaee that all the Balkan states ex pect some To Ihe building up of the army a great part of Bulgarias of national debt has ind the result she can show is that of a population of she could put trained men into the The invading troops from the debouching from two defiles on either side of were engaging the ad vanced parlies of the defending force in the Hut after a little skir misliingtho latter fell back on their main now established a strong position a mile or two back in the The commander of the southern force had chosen his position a four Maxim mitrailleuses at The pattern of machmegun Hint the Bul garian army uses is much handier than the 8 of Maxim and gun carriage that I remember helping to pull out a ditch in a certain officers training On tlie march it is carried by pack and is up to its position by two men bearing it between them like a stretch There were three men to eacli and the battery was equipped with a new of Gradually the rushing for ward In small parties from the near est built up a strong firing line about SOO yards awav from the crest of the here sloping much more The moment for the counter attack had Line after with bayonets the defenders infan try came up from the shelter of the rear slope ol the hill and massed in tho copse on tlie Then bugles on both sides shrilled the drums a fierce roll that made tho skin prickle with involuntary and with a loud cheer tho Icng line of brown infantry swept down the hill at the Anti then on the flank of the melee suddenly appeared Ihe enemys Mere the shouting of and then the bugles sang out to end the a glimpse of the Bulgarian soldier at confirms the first imj pression of One is struck by the intelli gent way in which the men answer small but it showed that tlie corporal was interested in doing bis work The infantry have the CMannlicher the cavalry Mannlicher carbines and Their horses came from the great stud farms of the Hungarian government the artillery horses are bought in The ot possible adversaries of the Bulgarian army is limited it is to be hoped that will never meet them In actual But should war come to the Balkans no one can that the Bulgarians would give good account of Otte rs After the Borden Banqutt I Toronto Too many Canadian speakers wan der around the sarcophagus of lan guage in which they oury the mummy Just Now Probably iPinchcr Creek Echo A correspondent writes to I lie edi tor from Mountain Mill and asks Irish Thats easy natural only oachable on the front and on right Hank across more than a mile of absolutely open stubbie and Just back of tlie crest of the hill a battery of quickfiring guns from Crensoi of the latest Kitty yards away the commander of the baltery had his ob sorvatinn connected with tlie guns by a little field Below on the reverse slope cf Uie hill lay the main body of Widely extended lines of brown dots were over the open Ilain we had just doubling forward a little then dropping dnwn into motionless siifcks on the vcllow o the harvested Hut ihe country was too open for a serious attack to be made on tho It was on the left where rolling grcuiid provided some that Ihe real assault would IK Handy Maxims Here the defenders had a buttery of their I heard a noncommis sioned officer call cut to a man who was range tiuding that he was mask ing liie fire of a machine It was A Camrose Experience iCamrose Canadian A grill room in Calvary boasts nf a staff of waiters among whom ten dis tinct languages are It takes about that many to make the menu card Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS Grain Commission Winnipeg and Lethbridge Special attention given lo consignments aud prompt returns made after unloading of Advances on all Bills ot Lading If prices by wire or Otlico at Asquith Lindsays Dominion Phono Local ISALUKllft ;