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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHBRIDflE DAILY HEHALD Monday, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OTAHUIaiMICD ItoT fubllehed ky The Uthbrltfge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. lawful evening it its office, Sixth'Street, Ltthbrldje, Can. W, A Director and Editor PHONt: Editorial, nlews 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered 14.00 .6 months delivered 12.00 3 ii.QO 1 month, delivered .35c. Advertising Circulation ind Job 1252 1 year, by mall '3-00- C months, by mall 1 month, by mall 26c eslred, but butli new anil old Addresses changed as often as dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in clglit or raoro pages. and contains a 1 'year in advance 6 months, in advance of the news of tlin week, local and district 3 months, in advance 11.50 75c. Cross Drug Book Store, J.G.Robert. son Co., Jackson fc' Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pincher U. L. SlcCrea. Bros. Drug fc Book Co. Fernit B. Ceal DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook, B. Atchlnson. L. llplueckn. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouvsr, B. C. World News Co. Brown 219 4th St. -Spokane-Tils Jiiniiesou News Co., 705 Riverside Avo. Also on all C. P. R. campaign will suit tin- {wapiti uilcr (ho louif reciprocity ca'nUi HordL'n seems to hf bent On tcurii uouu.siiiiill ciibincts Io build :i grea Slirjihnril will go lit h'diiionton member' supporting .tilts Siltoo go Wilh Salt I.aki' City supuortin sthbridge Ilic Dry Funning L'oi girss, it looks as though we had irctly vu'll salted down. Hi'cry miinicipnl voter should i the voters' list which has bo oslcd to sciv thai his nuiiii' is lie list. niay volt: he mayoralty and aldormuhie con ests next Dt'ccnibei1. The .of I.tiUibriclgt' are ;ic onk-ii .Salt, Lake City for their gra ous act in dropping; out of the c0u lst for thr; hry Banning Congress, .looks like a ninth for tins cit> ow. October 31 will lie a busy day being di-elinn day and v lasl Any for paying muuicijml Add to tlie-sp i; vents, Hal- for fhn celeliralion, tin.es HI he stirring in flic old town. Abreat of the Times APPRECIATION of the im- portauc-e of catering to tbe ed- r ucaiipnai.' of a1 jtrowing rr. mm unity is shown by Uie proposed rrcc'i'ioii of a -n school in North Lethbridge. V. In ibis- our'- School Board has its and testifies to Its being the progressive body its voca- tion for. It has fully gauged the renuireinents of 'lie young aei.tip- ation whom it is appointed tojook at't-ar. Tim attendance in our schools liiis as compared with the last shows a sr.bstantia'i increase. There is ev- ery reason to expect, thai it Will ..-on- tirue and the authorities no time in :his. auj preparing for the same. The northern and soutliern paris rf the city are growing districts. In the latter there is already erected Fleetwood School, a model building which is a great asset, and the new school in the north, is a. provision for the increasing young population there. Lethbridge will be more ade- (luntely equipped with educational in- stitutions. By the building of- large and cpinmodious schools, so as. to pre- Vent- ;my .the'' Board sives H right prominence to health, as to instruction.' It has.in the importitnce-of.the phy- sical and mental well-being of the pupils, and shows a most commend- able regard for the healthy mind in the healthy body. Tire buildings, so far show in plans and in their equipments, the stress placed on education on these lines. Im- portant matters as to admission of light, proper ventilation and correct positions while children are working, ive received a great share of atte-n- on. This is supplemented by iriodic'al riradieal examination. We can. therefore, congratulate ot selves on having an efficient manag When a government lias done as wl work as the Sifton government has nit (I lias given all parts of the couiitrv under its administration such a square (real, there is reason for giving it a setttn-k. Lelhbridge will the justice of supporting "Sifton i will elect Shepherd. Laughing at Us (Guelpn .Me'rcurv.) There is great jubilation among the farmers of the United States over the temporary set-back x which the neasure for the removal of the tax on foodstuffs received at the polls of L-anada. They now have life satisfac- ment. H is also a cause for pri necessity for expansions educational matters is one more pro of -the solid advancement of this cjt GREAT BRITAIN has the greatest .Mohan] as been styled anlnredan pow- '2r in the U'prid. This with re- fereuce to the uiunber of that creed who form her subjects in lu- dia. The present war between Italy and Turkey, is one which causes her, on this account, "more'anxiety thai it does to other European powers. It is Impossible for the British gov- ernment to take the side of either party in the conflict. On the other hand the policy of Britain to retain Hn Influence with Turkey makes a po- sition of neutrality in the present is- sue mean a loss of this On this account, Sir Edward Grey, the Foreign Minister, is taken to task: It Is contended'in some quart- ers that he should have stood by the treaty obligations, which niak'3 the in- tegrity of th-o Ottoman Empire a Eu- ropean affair ,in which no one -pow- er has the right to interfere. A petition has been .despatched to the Foreign Secretary by the Moham- medans of India, asking England to check what is termed Italy's career of aggression. We can, therefore, A Difficult Position sympathize with that minister'sTws tion. There is element wMch cal for consideration. It Is that the'co sequences of the present war, no ma ter how it will tend, will lead to solidarity of .Moslems throughout tli world. There Is no donbt that the fo lowers of the prophet are "moving E fc'aad. read successful mi sions amongst the population of Eas era and Central Africa. We are tol that Shakespeare been rendare hup Turkish, the idea of artfai cing the inwllectual side of Islan: The are united by o com inon sincerity of conviction whicl may be said'to be foreign to modsri Christianity, In these things lies a menace. That the progress of Christ ianity means the advancement of civ iiization Is looked upon as an axiom Japan has exemplified this by its :entton to proclaim the Christian to be the State religion. There is no doubt that the powerV of Europe have awakened to all the lossibilities' of the situation, and the settlement will be one to safeguart civilization from tire advance tlirea ened by Mohamm6danism. A Great Proconsul 0 JUDGE from' tire eulogies be- ..well-merited from -Earl stowed on our departing Cover-iGrej nor-General at tha farewell Imn-'thjit the fillet tendered him by the leaders of both political parties, his rui-e here has 'met with the commendation ami respect of all men. In endorsing r'ne same, we join in paying our tribute to a good and sag- acious ruter. Tile era during rfliich he has been wilh us has been mark- ed by ah expansion of onr material growth. Transportation facilities have Improved so greatly that Earl Grey has been able to make acquaintance with nearly evfcry part of the Domin- ion. By so doing he will carry away with him a great impression of the possibilities of our country. An im- press'ion which, without doubt, will have a far-reaching effect on our .fut- ure progress and prosperity. Sir Wilfrid Laurier struck note when ho testified to tile mflrita the Governor-General .as a.model EoiiBtltutlonal ruler, in lie never attempted to Interfere ta. the politi- cal questions of the day. servant of the Crown and of "the peo- ple." This was great from a great man, who himself received a he expressed the belief present Prime Minister would continue the high traditions of Sir .Wilfrid. Vfo admire the strong Imperialistic spirit shown in Earl (Jr-ey's speech, and look forward with him to-the time when Canada will nVmand to be admitted 'lirto 'a fuller participation In the obligations and sponsibllities of the Umpire. We'reciprocate .Mr. Borden's utter- ance that with regard to our Governor General, there are laurels still to h( won' by him in the Empire's service. "The King is dead! Long- live the IE a feeling which "has not a response In the present case. Cana- da's gratitude is expressed by sir Wilfrid-Laurlor, when he said that we will.follow his Excellency wherever he roar: go, .as though he were still with us, .and as.one of us. This swn- liment is-answered by Earl Grey In Ills promise of a return by the Hudson Bay. Hallway, :the shortest route from England to our- prairlo provinces. the depurting ruler wall, aid' .with all Canadians will look to giving him a second welcome. A vote for .Shepherd is a vote Bifton and stable government. lor Kxit- I.aurier, enter Hordcn, hut the will bo a short one. Volo (or Shepherd, Sillon and stab- Iliiy of government. lust Mirer, wreks more will be over. anil A the on of seeing the price of their pro- ducts increase while those of the com- petitors they dr-eaded recede This was forcibly indicated by drop in the price of wheat in Winnipeg, with a correspondi-hg increase in the prices at points in the states. The Spoils System '_ (Rranttord Expositor.) It is refreshing to hear certain Conservative memoers and Conserva- tive Journals denouncing am- whole- sale slaughter 'of office-holders ap- pointed by the Liberal government. The Canadian electorate certainly v no mandate for such" a policy, even if it did defeat reciprocity' soundly. Even the. leaders of party welfare, recognize the evils of such iroceduie. In the first-place, the re- moved office holder always arouses niblic sympathy, and in the second ilace every office refilled leaves a lords of disappointed ones, or, iMvau only tins Vukoii'to liecld I'd lint Atfrwl may bu put do... an almost twtaln to far the northern constituency. This wll I'laco Consultative majority 8. with the alliiht poalblllty o'f I'liunge of one or two cither way whel liu recounts have-'lnken place.1 It Is., possible tp" make an analysls'of the liutnte of Com- "oils by religious beliefs.. Roman holii'H, of course, arc in the ma- orlty. They number'71, with the I Iliood or1 two more, both Uurler ami 'orget, who iveru twice, he- UK alinqst curtain to he succeeded by Ionian Catholics. Tho .Methodists and'the Presbyter- "s arc a tie with -ID each, the -.'hurclrof KngiiiniC adherents, 'tare, nro'.o Uautlsts. 3 one Quaker Carrlck of Not by-i Jugful (Ottawa Free I'ress.) "Mackenzie King, 'the boy states; inn' passed to oblivion In tlie full ijur of his young >nvor Province. Not by a Jugful, it will take more lan one election to relegate Mac-, enzle King- to- oblivion. Instead of public career being finished, it is only just begun. Whether as boy Ulan, %lackenzie King is a Btates- nn. His reputation Is intcrnation- A young man who can command the spec.t and admiration of ex-Pres- ent Roosevelt, of ex-President EHot, Harvard, -of Premier Asmjlth.'of' Edward Grey, of Lloyd lin Burns, intiat hare spmeihl-ng in' n mor.e than egoism. A young man 10 can make himself worthy of u sitiou in the of Sir Wilfrid urier must hnve some brains. A Ling ma'n who can create legislation llrag with the labor problem that the envy of the world must have .five ability. A young man who caiv conduct such''an ebectipu cam: paign ns that which he put np in westeru Ontario against great odds must have British stuff in him. The Liberal party needs Mackenzie King in Parliament. We believe he will be there before long. And when he is -there he will have still greater chance for the display :of his tal-ents Opposition thnn'Tie had as'a Min- ister of the Crown. Mackenzie King in the Commons would -be a worker, and the Liberal party will need workers. Oblivion! Not- much: 'We'invite :he Vancouver Province to watch Mackenzie King. d A_l onaps: Short Time Only C8 f'uefc facing north on iiilli.Sircct A. easy (crins. 50xiiJ5 i'cai; in Block 128 on Loiidoii Roiul, facing sinith. 1-3 cnsli, bulanco amuigcd. inoderji IIQUSC strc'ct A, faoing a- .siiuiii I'asii pnymont liaiulles; iiioiiiJiiy pnymcnts. -This is ;t iul well worth investigating. 7 room fully iiiodern lioiiso on. Conrtland street, on very eiisy lerins. Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 Manful in Defeit (Winnipeg Free Press.) Not a whimper has been heard rom a defeated Liberal minister. They all accept the result bravely nd philosophically. Geo. P. Cre- am. Issuing a'card of thanks to his upporters, saM: "The government as gone down on a big Issue, in 'hich the people took a very deep in- erest, and on which' it was not un- easonahle there should exist a great 'vergence of ppin'ion." This is a ood better than the loud crier, rage which accompanied the Cou- ervative overthrow in 189G. Standard Securities .-----------Company Real Estate and investments How They Divide in Religloni (Ottawa Free Press.) The retirement of James Conmee Thunder Bay and Rainy River with s election of 1. .1. arrick, as Conservative success- The Advisory Idea for Cities (Regina Leader.) Kansas City Is getting the best, dvice ob'tainable how to' run he city, and it is getting' it free, broilgh n sensible method adopted by he Mayor when he went into office. "If you 'should call on .Mayor Brown, of Kansas City, on 'any Mon- day says siaga-1 zlne, "you would him holding! what he calls his 'mayor's cabluet'4- a heart-to-heart session with a repre- sentative group of merchants, doctors, and Journalists, a- bout the affairs of .the. community.'-' Mayor Brown that no .man could run a city aa it ought t'o be run, if he depended on his own knowledge of conditions, or on the advice' of j party teatlers and.- who ha axes to grind. So he asked this groii of private1 citizens to meet with him and the heads of the various. cit departments once a week, and to ta! over th'3 city's business frankly an nformally. In this way he brought civic problems hard sense of .th ocal merchants and the seasoned ex perience of larg'a taxpayers, and le gal minds to help push.''the .city'ahead and to safeguard th-e taxpayers' mon ey, which is s6 frequently wasted. The "cabinet" has, of coure, noth ing to do with legislating. It Is id visory, and is often able to give yai uable suggestions. It. does iiot .take a great deal of time on the part.o the citizens who thus volunteer to OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 help run the city, and it lives th. We must have space for our new i Fall Goods, so now is Your Opportunity ,to buy POIiS WALL 1'APEB TOYS AT AT 25p-f. OFF 25 For a few days only The Red Cross Drag Book Co. Limited T. H. MlCNEAOV, Men.air. NOTICE The II. GaU in Co., Keal Estate Dealers Inn c rornoyed their offices horn (lie Oil Block to the New Balmoral Block. Jn connection with our ieal estaic Jnisncss, have established an auctioiiceiijio brnnch under the (Inaction ol Jas> B. Gihbon, who has -joined tiie above him and who lias had eUenshc experience in this line. -Auction bales, botli laige and small m ancj country will be cojiducted and guaranteed v H. GALVIN CO. KOOIIIH C D Balmoral Blork Phone 1425 best and most practical mlndt in the the appointment of evPiemjei Ha city an [nterest in its advancempnt to the Judicial bench and the to fill the seat the Mr. Palmer of ftlid betterment. That it is proving to'be a valuable hing for Kansas Clti, the splendid municipal progress now being mmla down there strongly indicates. But there is one Important 'point o keep In mind. Such an advisory loard Hhpiild not he of the mayor's ippolntlng. It should come from the nisiness A Premier's Dilemma (Ottawa and Premier Palm r, of Prince Ettword Island, has been l Ottawa for it few days, asking ad- Ice of the Federal leaders the oiirae. which he should pursue under, he peculiar conditions which he has' o face. For some months past there as been an anticipation that, the rpvlncial government would appeal the people, although the leglsla- ire had another year to live; but. onfldent that all wss going well Ith the Federal party, action wan de- ayed until now, when It Is most un- ertain what ihe result of a general ection would be. Hut the government Is on the horns a ditemniB. If It docs not hold elections, It must have two con- ests, one to fill the vacancy caused fice of Attorney-General. There. thirty members in the Itlaiid legislature Vomteen jre Lib erala, and fourteen m Conscrva- fives If the Libeials Vlr Palm er and a successor to .Indgc Haszarrt Ihev will hue a majority of one, with the the chsir. It the Con mn the seats thev control the legislature with a ma jorjty of one, while if sach side elacts one candidate, the Liberals will lose, became with the.Speaker in the chair wilhbe in a minority of one. Premier Palmer stands to lose by two chances out of three, and he may, feel it better to trc-clde to risk his whole political fortune upon throw. Tho decision cannot be very, long delayed, as the legislature should be called together In a few back Ihe th, party oe orokfl'i. I d reniv that It will be abo it mil u .is joung Unsl'igs "A cno un tirl who had refused young Uiining said to a friend I hare hr 'mi his heart I feai haie You jlta ,nond replied iouw broken it 'iBht m lulf In half viha, do ,011 mean" I mean that he takea glrli out to supper every night now. ujf J oke The Broken Heart 'The nary will recover from .Mayor Grain, )f Coy-' ngtoii, apropos ol a temporary sct: The Earl Was Chivalrous Reprss-entatne Hcmrj of Teias at luncheon In Washington Inveighed olquuontiy and nHtilj Am erican heiress marrtes the for- eign nobleman for his title But'she gets the small end of It" said Repiesentains Henry, grimly Hcre's'an example: 'Ihere a Texas glrl'Mth 000000 .ho married an call him lord Laclands Well, thhi notoilotis for speeding his motor cars 80 ther changed the law 10 fit his case Afternards a man said Io him Well, Laclands nhat are you po tg lo do lion that In all speeding of the owner of-the car and not lie chauffeur is (o be arrested! said Lord'Uclaniji.' 'Why going to put every motor I my wife's 4 ;