Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I. THE LETHBHIDGS DAILT HERALD LETHWUDGE DAM HERALD Tht Lethbrldge Wild Co., Ltd.. tverji nwrui ivinlng uthbrldgt, Can. W. A. BUCHANANj-Mamiing Director and Editor PHONI: PHONE' e-iii rnune. I Advcrtlilng Clrculitlon and Reportorl.l, in Navyt 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered J4.00 l year, by mull ti months delivered 12.00 3 months, delivered jl.00 1 month, delivered .Me. Job Dtpti. 1252 6 months, uy mail 1 month, by mail Addresses changed as often as desired, hut bolll new and old dresses must be given THE VVEEKLV HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more pages, aud containi a summary of tho news of tho week, local, and district 6 ufoutlis ''l50 3 montns' lu 50c- i i THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT nJ Cross Drug A Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. us Co., Hamilton. Pfnchsr D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle 9. Medicine Cranbroolc, B. Atchinson., L. Diamond City .Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. World Wide Xews Co. Brawn 219 4th St. Spokane-The Jamleson Newi Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Tralni N A Type of Toronto Liberal OW THAT it is likely that W. f. White will be taken into the neiv government at Ottawa. It is being repeated that he was a Lio- eral up until the time reciprocity was launched: If Mr. White ever was a Liberal very tew people knew it. Like Z. A. Layh, K. C., and Sir Byron E. Walker, his Liberalism was of the mildest kind. Tho eighteen "Toronto who figured in the much-talked of manifesto, were evidently the kitui o Liberals Toronto is loaded up with They go to the polls, and assist returning Tories to parliament. (ho country It Ii a pity (hat Mr. "ordon could not' have choeni mm of higher, mic reputation. 'V'.' objection will 'be Entered to tun of K. B. Monk, the twin Of Uourassa, lu Nationalist, move- ment. At hoiirt he is antNUrltlah, ho Is rooosDlztd simply (o ap iwaso the element who nuri'ad th seeds of dlscoiilont Mnd disloyal! through Qirebec In order to wreck Sir Wilfrid Lmirler. Monk Is one o the men who headed tha campalg, nwilnst thu Liberal leader and charg cd that he-wnii too.lmpwuillstic and loo British for Quebec, ami ivt Borden, who campaigned In liio JSns- speaking provinces nsninat Sir Wilfrid Laurier, charged that he was lot loyal ami was fathering a policy hat would interfere with Imperial les. takes him -to his bosom and ilaces him in charge of one of the lost important department! of the government. Ills campaign of racial hatred and distrust Is well paid for. uiiii Canadians, who were deluded by the Tory campaign, will express them- selves on the raogirilion of Monk on the first opportunity. Corporations and high tariff have no need to worry with the presence in the cabinet of W. T, White, a cor- poration official, and Hon. G.B. Foster. a matter of fact In'the.entire cab- inet low tariff has no one upon which it can place any hope. It is a protec- tionist soivrument through' and Tuesday, ieh, -ami It Ii a corporation inlnlitrHtton with .'cw wall. The new of Burrell, of Dritl.li' Columbia, is tlior the am IB man of Jrigh prlnclploe. Crolh of West-KlKlnJ an itble but is badly placed as minister of labor of Quebec, I. a formor High Lourt lunk K v capable 'Premiu'r "IIMII. of Now 'Brunswick, to Do a jjooil choice from tho parly stand liolnt, and there l> no iinestloil that Or. Roche fully deserves the cnWn.it Position he hns been given. Hoche Is a clean man in every respect and tho west is not nslmmvd of Ills preeoncc u the administration. As for Hogcrs, tlie Liberals needn't Us methods will soon come to light Canada will repudiate theai at first opportunity. Senator Long ewl la in the cabinet. Why' he should be there, when Alberta's lone Jory ji. P., Heunoit, (5 of cabiiret rank and better qualified than most of the saw cabinet, only Mr. Borden can toll. However, the new cabinet Is de- serving of fair piny. ij0t every Canadian give them a chance before they jndg., loo critically. The cali- bre of many of the members leads to early fears as to the stability of the administration, but they may not ho ;be failures their past records would cud .us to believe. We shall see. Snaps: Short Time Only 68 feet i'ncing north oh 12th 'Street A. easy 'terms. 50x125 feet in Block .128 on London Koad, facing south. Sl.000.00; 1-3 cash, balance arranged. 12'Strctlt; A> facinS a gain and well worth investigating. 3' pnyl'101'ts" 1-IS1S a ,bar' tllHy modcrn or, very Freeman MacLeod Co. Phone 1212 Box 679 OUR POINT OF VIEW A Lesson-to be Learned ONE LESSON Liberalism reciprocity became an issue, learn from its fifteen years iuj Tile Liberal party should stay by it; power is that it docs not pay [old principles. It should be a part, to toady to the corporations. They jot the people always, and no effort will he friendly as long as they can should be made to cator to the corpor- get what they want, but they will atiou influences. Canada will wcl- leavp the ship as soon as the cap-1 come a party to power in the near fut- lire that stands for a low tariff, sttict dealing with the corporations, ami fair play to all the people, aud no favors- to any class. tain issues orders, that interfere with their ambitions to loot the country. This was evidenced by the desertion of the corporation, high tariff element watch the scramble for the senatorial vacancy in .Manitoba. Sarn Hughes and Dr. Reid in a cab. lei! It tsenis like a joke. Lethbridse wants a man at'Edmon- ton who will have the ear of the government. Vote for Shepherd Sam Hughes will now be writing home about "me and my man Bnr. den. vote for Shepherd and a stable gov eminent. Since the Tories came to pow_. Ottawa has degenerated, so much so that one of -fire Duke of Connaughfs staff could not imagine that it "was the capital of Canada. Now what will tire ultra loyal Tor- es think- of the presence in the Bor- len cabiaet of lionk, the anil every. in'ng British Tin-. tlle Sifion knocked the A. C. W. peo- ile out of business. Lethbridge should endorra hia fearless policy by sending a supporter of his govern- ment to Edmonton. Borden .lost ninety votes in Halifax on a recount. But ho needn't worry; 10 gained an awful lot on September oday is the day 121, and recounts wouldn't make a Decide, now to 'difference. I Carney's Warning FEAR of corporation influence in fitness for the position, except Uuir tlie formation of the Borden Cabinet does not seem to be confined to the Liberal party Think am pres-3, as .the' Conservative defenders of their leacrar ail-ege. Speaking at -Nor near Toronto, at a celebration -of way the victory, of' W. F, .in South York, R. R. Gamey, JI. P. P. Maflitoulin Island, the ..Conservative member who, more than any other, was the means of ousting the Liberr, government of Ontario, sounded a note of warning. After commenting on the fact that the corporations al- ways keep close tab on the govern- ment, and supported or deserted gov- ernments a.'S their interests were ef- fected, Mr. Gamey went, on to say: you can take it from me tb it ability to make millions, and !pnk ter corporation interests, bat lie rrom me taclllty purely nnd simply because Eovden has I negation ghost story allowed himself to be dictated to b the Toronto aud .Montreal millio aires who elected him to the high p sitlon he holds. W. T. White, who is apparently sla ed for the Finance department, an more than any other, have the say i the making of tire tariff, is an out aud-out corporation mau. His who! nterests and sympathies are in j___ mon with the coterie of corporation magnates .who have been the power behind in the flsht- against -freer trade'and reduced taxation. Whnt- eyer might be his desires 10 serve all ---T the peoDle and their interests, it thrae corporations .are going to he would-be impossible for him or ariv nirectly represented in-tho Borden ono training ami .experience to do c'Oicr.tban see things fro-n the standpoint of the corporation' inter- Especially in Ontario (Omaha Bee.) From the facility with which the on- in Can- Cabinet. White, or one of J.hose fel- lows In the corporations, will he land- ed there, I don't doubt; If the-people do not watch tlie political game as closely as the interests always do, the great packing, canning cand oth corporations will get ahead of them." For once Gamey is right. If White or Osier or Kemp goes into, the Uov- dcn Cabinet, it will not be because any of them have shown any special ada, Doc. Cook ought to do'well there. 'Might Have Sent 'Em a Library (Houston Post) It is said that the Charley Gatese rot a million dollars worth of weddin iresents, but so far as we know Mr Carnegie has not been suspected: No Opposition to Offer (Calgary Albertan.) The to'Mr. Sifton in the ye-elections must accept the alterna- ve of adopting the A. and G. W. is- ue as their own, or having no oppo- tion to offer at. all. There is no r issue, and none other seems to be ttempted. Gamey is right. It great mass of the people to' keep close tab oh the political affair of the goiu try and; make their iu they can if they will. Eighteen mouths ago Mr. Sifton was ailed upon by the people o'f 'Alberta to out of chaos In connection V. situation. 'Tho! "of- the province and G. W. and the province. E. II. liiley resigned his seat m Gleichen be- cause he.did not ielievo that the pre- mier was inclined to proceed fast en- ough in agreement (o shreds." He was, supported In his el- ection campaign by. Mr. Bennett aud Mr. McCarthy, as w.ell as the Conser- ..vative press. the'lame in jtlie Gleichen election. Premier Sifton. in'-riroper form, in due time, aud qiiite effectively, cancel) ed.tha.i. contract, it to can- eel itself. He is making an effort to save mil- lions, of dollars for His opponents arc attcmyftjg to alariji -hcmselves by pointing' to the fact that his a law suit. It is a. new code'..of order and con- duct, which insists'that'a public man hould swerve from the right when a aw suit Is 'threatened. No person e.v- ected that tho thing would be settled' a law suit.' According to his pponents, he should have abandoned hose millions belonging to the Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Mornin Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 NO Tie E lhe JT revolt aml the imey as -strong as the combine Inter i ests and can have their way if ibey keep alive to the situation. t the n SeemeA io be 'The Liber- e of this province, and laid down to j the adventurers, submitting to them without a struggle. That is one wa that' he could have avoided a law su and the only way that ho could ha But Premier Sifton took the othe course. He making the Tight of' lifetime to save the money of the peo AS T: Lei THE WORKINGMBN of provincial constit- uency have decided. not to have a candidate in tile bye-election, it will be necessary for them to make their choice between the candidates who are in the field and the parties In Sympathy With Labor lire pa which they represent. This should not be a very difficult ta-jk for any working man of this city who knows anything of the records of the politi- cial parties in this province. On the statute books of tlie province are two acts at least that commend themselves very strongly to the work- Jug men, and have 'been placed there .expressly for their benefit. These arc the Eight Hour law and the Worlv men's Compensation Act. The form- led to believe that their temporary al- lies, led by Mr. Bennett and Mr. Jlich- ener' were equally patriotic, till was strenuously opposed by the Every person-at that time with the capitalistic interests, -but the govern- exception of a section of the presu ment, seeing the justice of the mea-a- which had special reasons for simnort' llro tlnacnrl 1.J11 ll.._ I. _ alil'lult upon his conduct in this matter he right.In fighting for the people, en at the risk of a law suit, or should he lay down to the ClarkM, and hand p.vpl-l-fllmn- ._ the bill. na- ly one hears complaint from the labor reasons or simnort- o While occasional- In. the A. end G. W., but which d, i insisted the cincella aor e te c that the act doe, not go far Urn of the agreement oetwenn er was passed by the Liberal major- ity of the legislature after being brought in by the government as a re suit of an investigation by n commls slon appointed by the same govern- ment lo study conditions surrounding (be work of (he mluqs.of the province. The act provides for a working day of eight hours- bank to-banky and was approved by the miners' organization or.tho province, and- also by. labor leaders in other parts of this country and of ortier countries as well. Another pieco of legislation by the Liberal government of Alberta that has received wide-spread commenda- tion from the working men Workmen's Compensation Act. ough in -one or two particulars, they all admit that It has improved the tlon of the working men a great deal, and is a great advance stride in the labor .legislation of the province i In spite of the fact Miat they are in such a hopelesa minority that they can safely promise to do almost any thing without danger of being ca upon to put .their .promises Into ui-i feet, the Conservative party of this province never made any of any to alter the to provide for the shortcomings that are some- times alleged-ai. existing in the bill The Liberal party In Alberta has al- ways proved Itself the firm friend of labor as it has throughout the whole of Canada. In supporting s. J. Shepherd Liberal candidate in the city working men are taking cnav detrimenlal to their interests aonaliy, he hns always shown ayra. pathy with the affairs of -the working men, and as a supporter of the Sifton government he approves of the lubor Policy of the government, which ha, one of the most, progrcs.lve That is the issue, and there is no other, a ast no other raised as yet. The e should have no difficulty apoiu lying at a decision on that question, The New Government must Fall Goods, so now is Your Opportunity to buy POLLS AND TOYS AT 25 OFF 25 OFF days only tC Lave removed their office, uoni the Utt JJlock to. the NewBaliMoral Block. In connection with -our .real estate busiiess, we have estabished an auctioneering branch under the direction tff Jas. B. GibS She jomed the above firm and who ha, ve in Auction Sales, both large and small in town and country will'be conducted and satisfaction guaranteed. olM.iwy MIU be a GALVIN co. Rooms D Kalmoral Block 1'hone 1425 '7M a Joke> "When I visit the grand canyon the .Yellowstone I roallito insign ficance of man. Ever been You can get the same sei satlon by going to a suffragette inee Ing." Peril on Every Hand Now comes the airship to ..The poor pedestrian's weary mind, As upward -we must .bend our necks, As well as forward and. behind. Blank (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) now remaining In this melancholy place Till we shall forget we ever Had a hall teum In the race. Esuptd by Giving Them did you let that land- lord In? St. gave heat before Oct- ober 15, An' o'er the hills ov heather An', down where wateis croon, Oi wake the-lazy songsters Wid me little Jilt ov tune. "J'is every Sund.ny mornin' waiting-by the eloile An' all our'friendly neighbors .list nod their heads an' smoile Ah, sure, we know their meaniu' TIs plain as if 'twere sung, They're llrtn' In their old hearts day, were yo every Sunday mornin'' we hurry off to mass, oh, the wayside rose, Are whisp'ring whin wo pa'sn For 'tis no hidden secret They know as well as we, Some foino bright Sunday She'll he waikin' horn, wld me EVERV: SUNDAY MOBNING (Hampton'c Magazine.) 'Tis cvery.anndHy mprnln' OI tumble out ov bed, The hat thai was mo falher'3 on rap head. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES If YOU HAVt ANT DEEDS. INSURANCE OR OTHER VALUABLfs OF T..... Branich......._.j Jllgr.