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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page iJTE LETHBKTDGE DAILY HEHALT Ogtobpr lt12 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 published by the Lethbrldg Herald Publishing every lawful aft Its Sixth BUCHANAN Managing Director QUAYLE Editor JOHN TORRANCE PHONE Reportorlal And NSVM Department 1224 1 delivered G delivered PHONE Adverting Circulation And 4ob 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 by mail 6 by chanjed ns often as but both new old addressee must bo THE DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT Bed Cross Drus wk Itor GHoiiensTO Co Jackson K Ales andrn Hotel Drue store Kansiy i Yotine Plneher Creek Mitchell 1 Taber Drug Book and Belnecke Diamond City Brae TVlde News Brown A 2194th The Jamlegon News 05 Blvsrsldo Also on all tralni THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 year In advance months 60c 6 mouths In advance slon of Parliament Is oil nuil Its bias la aroused The Awakening of a Giant WHEN the Saturday Evening Post remarks that politico progress in China is important to the United States In that a fceer mid more prosperous world will want more and more American and everything else the country can pro weiikewise estimate the tuice of tho new republic as a market for our The remarks of new political advis er cf published in our columns consequently form a subject of inter Speaking of tapreforms already he said Telegrams have been Bucibrought within reach of the mouses at uniform rates throughout the The costof the Chiuesu been greatly n more important thing ihau you may News despatches now go dally to the remotest corners of the nn extraordinary thing for The walls of many cities are being pulloil of Shanghai have gone and those of Canton are go That is a change significant of has been a remarkable simplification of the methods of gov For foreign affairs are in charge of a minister and a vice minister instead of a cumberous We are using the Christian calendar1 and Sundays are observed as days of rest in the public its great iron beds out crops of coaCwith railways penetrat ing China has all the mater ial to ibscome a formidable competitor in too industries of the With this in view it becomes an important matter for the industrial na tions to seo that everything which tends to raising the cost of production is viwof the future this applies equally to us as to The Yellow Peril Imminent though not in the way Emperor of Ger many meant it is a case of girding loins and prepar ing for the eventualities which may arise iia the markets of the Lecturing for the Gallery the well Vj known English dramatist has heeu lecturing in and lias made a somewhat sweeping con demnation or the educational system of to place the re marks of the dramatic author at their proper face it will be wise to remember that his particular calling leads him into the pardonable sin of to the it will be to add the Bite praln of suit to many of his caus of snobbish tic So far as the chars nesG is concerned it is not entirely confined to the British and is a trait found in all countries where so cial natural or Even In ihe republic to the south of where in theory it has no it is not altogether and I Hamilton will not deny that there are American parents who have a i predilection for these auealled gen llernens schools in much the same proportion as certain in We admit that there is a certain amount of truth in Hamiltons but he is arguing from particular to the There not a doubt that there is a certain type oi young man to whom the train ing of the public ichool and the uni Terslty gives no great valuo in the of earning a But it would bo foolish to contend that there are not those who have mater ially bcneOtted by the same in pursu ing the vocations they hare The national biography of Great Brit tain points to many of There is one thing about the college though it is not found in and that ishistraining enables him to suffic iently guage tlie nature and value of We are not referring to the idler who goes through a university simply as a social but to the of whom there are who goes to benefit by the opportunities The statement of aKansas lauor expert that the college man knows how to put his soul Into his oven if it were only digging or running a threshing mach is applicable not only to the pro duct of the universities of his but applies equally to the ear nest students in such institutions in Great England has realised the import ance of training the young on prac tical lines in much the same way we are at present regarding it in the Even in its oldestablished uni versities new schools and profession al chairs have been found for such practical subjects as and the path has bees made easy ior the working lad to mount from the na tional school to the It ia altogether unfair on the part of Hamilton to father the foibles of the few on the nation at OUR POINT OF VIEW In tho Oraiigcville Presbytery of twelve charges tliyrc are nine vacan Looks as iliousli church imicm would come in handy EdnioiUoa Is up against H financial it is telling the Irish what they should do In every The theological colleges of the An and Presbyterian churches in ly just It has secured u thus economizing in men porary loan of one million dollars for j asil Pity the churches aa a piy months and is nay ing thirty thois would not adopt a similar pol and dollars The importation of absinthe into the United States has been iTlnits easy for the of them spend a greater part of year getting rid of their money Tho Nationalists want Pcllctior to quit his job us Postmaster No one need bo As long the salary cumlng hi monthly Hie will let the principles ho elected upon go to the On the Horiic Rule question the To ronto Telegram advises Canadian LfiUittismcn not to butt It is clear TcIogTfim is sipL a tstutusman for H is all very well for the Canadian i manufacturers to place their fire in smance with American companies I but it is crime against the countrj for people to buy any American maim fiielured arent thosi mumiiacturers their pock eK The Ottawa Free Press was verj much Arhonian in its expressions oditorinlly tho other City So Hcitor McVeity raised the editors ire and the Free Press had a double leaded editorial in which wore workoi in thii expressions By Gad an U what can we ex pect of the Free Press wUon the scs Tho Mothodist is depriving lie pastorate of men by putting thoin j work us moral reform Shouldnt every pastor bo a moral ro onn worker his own vltliout requiring salaried assistaiico torn tho outside One of tho dangers tf tho churches of tuo present day is they will he over Tho Calgary Herald oxcuses tho Tory inactivity on high freight rates iy blaming the lato Liberal govern uents failure to bring about hat is no excuse for the Dor They wont into powor prom sius to remedy a lot of About ill they have done up to the present s to dismiss Grit Eastern nmmtfacturers are begln ling to threaten to leave thobig cities n account of the UigU valuation ilaced upon ithplr propertiestor ns cEsiuwt IhQ merchant is feeling tho but us Tprojito Stiturdw Night points Iho con sumer pays the plpor In tho long Taxes are always clmrgod up iu mak ing thoprlco to the Tho west should hoop these facts high land values ami taxes In mind when agitat ing Hint factories should lonito That was a bad expose of Republi can tactics the other dtxy when ovi rteuco Wits produced to show that of tho campaign managers had en deavored to throttle Iresa sot ting themto sign a contract for ad vertising with this clause Included The undersigned agree that no artielo or advertising ot any Idntl or nature will be published on this or any other page of our pa por ndvocating tho election of candidate of any party for tho presidency iind vice presidency of UiQ United States other than Taft and Janus their and the Ropubllqan nominees the different state LIFE ON THE DUffiS TRAIN By Hamilton of the London Daily travejljrig on the Royal In the hot afternoon we og comfortably across the ellow with iipe We have time o notice is the best crop to xclmnge a wave of the hand with the ariners men cutting wide swaths vita 4horsed to enjoy tho iffect of the plain strclcliing to the Lorlzon In There is a farmhouse near tho L little group stands among the hocks of the women fluttering the men waving heir They know that purs is ordinary They know that it arries The Duke of Con GovernorGeneral of the Srat is making his first official Ip to the This train is his home for months at a t is the of tho Duchess ml of Princess of the Dukes and of many In hese ten cars trayel 75 For many weeks the Duko was in Eastern Canada and the Maritime Pro Not iu this lis own special cars the ut now the arrangements are in the lands of the Canadian and hat great company or they call it Here has created a new record in I iad almost written luxurious mt that might give a wrong impres Neither the Duke the Duch ess cares for luxury they dislike althoughnothing is lack ng to make our journey as pleasant is journeys can there is 20 osten no no unnecessary Lofty Palace Cars People who have only travelled in Great Britain or the nearer Continent an form no idea of what it means to ive in a They thrak of our ramped little carriages which are all well for journeys of a few These lofty palace with their imple their lightness and airi their square dining rooms and moking rooms aud would unaze Here am I in my own writing at my has m either side of it a cushioned n tho daytime it is a capital little I have my books on jlenty of no risk of vith my domed roof fifteen feet At night the table From ne settee to the other stretches my wide and in which I sleep soundly and restfully the night heedless of hearing the clang of passing train bells only in lappy r A flap comes down and reveals dainty washing arrange Close by are both tub and A cheery African valets ino with kindly If I a change from my own cabin I turn to tne fight and find a where from a deep armchair turned1 towards a window I can study tho to the melodious aecqnipnni mest of the best gramophone Or I caii turn to the left and come to a wiUi shelves ofbooks newspapers and maga that a traveller could Erpm end to end of the train runs a telephoneVa mighty There two offices provided typewriters and all that necessary ifor doing In the servants quarters equal care baa been to tastal enable them to look after which pre sent rather a problem on a train like There are little distinctionsbe tween different ceremonies these must be reflected in the habiliments of the Our day begins at when there is a halt of an hour for The Duko always devotes at least a quar ter of this time to a brisk If we are baited at a he walks into the little chats with those asks questions about the district and the aad always eaves behind the pleasantest impres sion pf cordiality and Another strpll he usually takes about 10 oclock at night before turning His Royal Highness never misses an op portunity of legs or of talking to Canadians of any and every The Duke and the Gangers Sometimes these encounters lead to amusing The other day the Duko addressed a couple of young men acting as gangers in a railway They were leaning against a truck and did not move or stop chewing They had no idea whom they were talking One said he came from fAre you from too the Duke inquired of the No Im a Canuck slang for he replied with a Finally they began to ask the Duke Going far said His Royal as far as said Id be glad to be gaen wi When the Duke is recognized the conversation is not quite so free and There is as as to how royalty should be ad One farmer a few mornings ago called His Royal Highness quite correctly but feeling this to be Inadequate he always followed it up Your Now and then there is uncertainty as to which is the At Portagela THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SiPE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building Box 1979 Phone 1291 These October days an Overcoat Style and valus a FitReform We have the lightweights that are the right All the new a splendid variety of new Always glad to show them to McKELVIE Wilson f Farms for for Subdivision We have a choice section of irrigated land four miles from acres Immediately south and adjoining capable of subdivision Block property sur five and ten acre market south on 7tii beautiful Henderson den which should park will become Lethb ridges Adjoining garden beautiful building residential This combined with the small quan held at per acre and of acreage offered in this makes the above a very per For a few days Terms 13 bainnco Prices acd terms on We have client anxious to sell will buy this section or any part 2 years at Lot 148 Cash offers Very easy linn MONEY TO INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE Qppr Alexandra Hotel Phone Prairie Walter the well known and very popular secretary ot tho Canadian Pacific was given a bunch ot A woman on the platform saw this and jumped to the conclusion ho must be the she was heard to to the delight of several of our Im sure I cant see any likeness to the late King It was upon Baker that the la bor of arranging the He has had wide experience iu such He went through the Dominion with King George and Queen Mary in later with Prince Arthur of Counaught and more recently still with Prince Pushlmi of This he has surpassed all previous Tho whole party are the guests of the Canadian Pacific and noth ing could be left undone which could relieve the seven weeks journey pf monotony or Naturally we who profit directly by it are grateful for the companys ingenious But it is entitled also to the thanks of all who have the interests of the Empire at For this tour is be yond all quesion sreugthening the sentiment of unity and even awaken ing it io the hearts of many who have never felt it The New Canadians One one one Empire is an inspiring It is thrill ing thousands pf new whether they come from over the United States border or from the old nations of They are to belong to a race which pro duces a Royal Family so well worthy of respect nad so happily apt in ful filling the duties which fall to their The Dukes speeches are never mere empty verbiage they give proof of deep interest in the countrys prob lems and a statesmanlike grasp of the lines nf In public his sol dierly hearing and ored glance make liini rapidly popu In private this impression is He and the Duchess and the Princess win everywhere golden opinions from all sorts of people by their unaffected I had no a prominent Westerner said to me a few days that royal per sonages could be so simple and make one feel so completely and ones Every evening the Duke invites cer tain members of the party to the royal The rest mess to gether farther After din ner there Is bridge and plenty of good for the from Colonel Low ther are all men who have seen much and thought and possess tho social gift Into tho bar To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS Grain Commission Winnipeg and Lethbridgo Special attention given to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of AdTanwa on all Bills of Lading Market prices by wire or Office at Asquith Lindsays Dominion Phono Box Local Manager SALBEEG So it comes to 11 oclock and o turn iu early so as he up in good refreshed by sweet sleep in keen prairie for the ex periences and functions of fust jora T oke Carrying It Too Far Scientific like any other good may be carried to The speaker was the San Francisco scientific manage ment Wo scientific managers mustnt go as far as Hussler Husaler was the proprietor of a tremendous scientific management had reduced the motions of every hand from 800 to Hussler attended a very fashionable wedding one a wedding where the cere mony Ats performed by a ai sisted by a dean and a and in the most impressive part of the writ overcome by his scientific management rushed up to the altar and pushed the bishop and canon Twlely he ones quite enough for a little job like New York CANADA Inidoii on int and Undivided rrsllls Total Assels Over Remit Money By Bank Money Orders Bank Money issued by the Union Bank of Canada for sums up to cost only from jc to according to They are payable in Canada Yukon in the principal United States Money sent in this way is as safe i you handed it direct to the I LETHBRIDGE Manager I GRASSY LAKE BRANCH Mii8 M M ;