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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDjffl DAILY HER ALP LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTASLISHID DECEMBER 1907 PublUMd by tht liwful a Sixth PHON1 Reportorlat And Newi Department 1221 Managing Director QIJAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE BuslneM Manager PHONE Advertising Circulation And JoB 1252 I delivered H delivered 3 1 delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 ty by Bunged us ortcn addreeera 6 by mall 1 by mall ny liut both new and old must btj THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine and Uelneeke Diamond City Dnic Wide 2134111 Jnnueson News 70S Kiverslde Also on all trains i Cross DruR A K k Stori J l Hooertson orus store Kenny Plncher Mitchell Drug Book 1 year In advanci THE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday In elslit of more imary ot tilt news of the local and ilism 3 6 months In advance liiimlnl llipni it lulmbleful Uioy want ed a full mid bo gave thciil a lleforrlng to tho rumors ibat Ihu government vropuara rcduiv ng or tbo llriUsli 1rofer Sir stated Hint lie Liberals will not lotn Jit lie htlve tlio back of him in that declaration The Saskatoon Way SASKATOON HAS A WAV of tiug industries tbat ia worth It doesnt write letters or send out but sends a re presentative on a quiet search for foe and we find he gels industrial commissioner lias jus returnee from a trip with three Indus tries signed up tolocate in the Sas Itatciiewan As far as advantages For manufacturing are concerned Sas katoon isnt in Lethlmdges We have cheap fuel and neither of which are possessed by rpHE COMMON REPORT coming up from the south has been ttat Woodrow the Democrat ic was almost certain of elec tion to the United States There is no certainty about how A man named from Wilsons own New and member of the Democratic state radically admits that iiooscvell is in the lead at the present Notwithstanding the fact that I am an enthusiastic and an admirer of I am very dubious about his chan ces of At present there is a great Roosevelt reaction through out theUnited a reaction The PresidentialFight IVhtcb as it is we were counting on a Wittfor our popu lar opinion gave another example of its flchleuess and swung entire ly for The wave of re action started In California last and since then lias swept over every state the even including Xew Recent political developments give no greater exemplification of the of personality in Am erican politics than this last swing iuv public It means that the presidency is u Whtf ever happens to be on top of the wave in November will Wonder if Taft will forge to the front at the close of the fight Hardlj but you never can A Message to all Nations r TNABLE TO ARRANGE his wcst ern tour so that he might be in Lethbridge to open the Farming His Itoyal High ness the Governor in his re ply to the civic address last took the opportunity to mention in very complimentary terms the work being done by the and the part the city of Lethbridge is playing in that as the headquarters of the organization for this It is gratifying to learn that the Kings representative in Canada should so refer to the efforts of the Congress to make more fruitful the industry of this It is also gratifying to know that dur ing the Governor Generalship of tho Duke of the International Dry Farming Congress for the Although the weather was cold last tho welcome accorded tlieir Highiusspa was if hnt was not tho gna coui iHiny cliiiio to the rescue and drove away i decrees Of which had been lingering irithiair all mm K foe West Pot ia Tho Nc l nioro elected tills lory to the When ho got llioro ho voted against tho Uuuiister Now Is bonstlug that tho oubmlssion of tho umrrlnge case to tho Privy Council was all ho Yet he declared on stump that ho would tho ileereo out of All that he got n vindication of the view held by Sir Alan of Justice tho Into Liberal govern LAURIERS WELCOME AT WOODSTOCK recognized by the government of an and that he has given instruc tions that all delegates appointed from to attend the Con gress session here within the nex two shall do so as emissaries to Canada for this purpose He has heen instrumental in making the Congress international in and in doing so he has lent his aid to a movement which promises to do more for the worlds basic industry than any other agency now at The message of the Duke Con naught last night was a of It was a message which bore on a work common to every nation in the civilised and his may very well be taken as a message from Canada to every nation which has so far interested itself in the Toronto Globe Heport him been i remarkable a dlty of intense a day of extraordinary a day of great ess than live of There was no iretenco at to nccomino late tho mammoth Kink inli Opera House woro filled to suffo cation twice over this aud onight no loss timn three overflow meetings are in and hun ircds still unable to gain admission o the Imlls or participate In the gath ering on tho central square are parad ng the thoroughfares cheering for The demonstration is wiih out a parallel iu the whole history of tho Hotels have thrown up their and temporary stations for serving refreshments to the thous ands of incomers were established in both the city hall aud ihe market Large delegations poured to the city by every and it would seem as though the entire yeo manry of the country had Visiting delegations from Brant Sim coe and many other centres formed in to marching order on their arrival and paraded the beaded by their own AI Returning to Laurier It is estimated that there were no less than seven visiting The 91st Highlanders led the Hamilton and one of the most strik ing processions wits escorted score oC veteran Zorra Many of the delegations bad their own ban ners and Returning to Laurier was the favorite motto emblazoned before the Highlanders as they swept along amid three miles of cheering 7 For fully an hour the throngs on the streets refused to relinquish the They insisted on escorting him every it was late inutile evening before he waspermitted tomake his memorable entrance to the great muss ed Young in All But Years When Sir Wilfrid finally faced the great gathering he was obligedto Wait for some minutes till the and the students of the Woodstock col who bad located in the ceased their It was nc wonder that the recounting the human incident of an enthusiastic Irish friend who bespoke bini blessing in the Jlay Heaven be your and may you be long kept but of added with Hashing 1 am voiiug yet in eyeryLhinp but arlih netic of I dont feel Tine for at all events T want another tussle wdtli the Prolonged Two Leaders Grasp Hands And tho enthusiasm was intensified when the young leader of Ontario Liberalism grasped tho veteran chief by the I pay my tribute to the man who blazed the trail of Canadian participation in Imperial naval de declared amid continued the man who pion eered the way net only for but for the generations yet to the policy of Bofden is to talk loyalty the policy of Laurier is to practice A Scene Never to be Forgotten The scene at night was one never to be Not since that night in 1SOS when Laurier was first elected Penuer of with the late North Oxfords represent on tho riaht of the has there been such a to nights glorious spectacle made even that night of triumph fade insig It was more than a proces it was a carnival of the joy that comes from affection and in spiration and patriotic From the KaraMorris factory iu the east ond to Vanslttart avenue in the Dundas street was a of women and children eager to see the Liberal chief and to do him This was before procession When it began aiid its way words might describe its appearance Its seething onward march Of enthus iastic its blare of its spectacle of torches aud fireworks THE COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORMINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building Box 1979 Phone 1291 word feelin breathe the fe ppenonced in the cbeqrldgt Leading this wonderful parade were seventy five or and as the centre the city tbecrrJfrd was so dense the vehiclescould not have made any thing but slow progress even bad the drivers desired to go One Strong Cheer And as progress was made along tlie brilliantly lighted streets the cheering became more and more in sistent until it was just one one strong up at one point and down at tbe but al ways audible even if blocks For behind the band that followed the motor cars came the carriage in first time in its been officially work of the Leihbridge looks ils nobbiest for the with an axe in the course of ten days cr Senator LaKolletle says Roosevelt used him as a stalking Teddy now finds liiro to be a balking Lethbridge has a sixfoot chief of Another big man for a big Princess Pamela inspected a Board of Trado office lasc No doubt she will now lie a Western gik hats were iu order last One wonders where they all came In opening the Manual Training SchOul the Duke of Connaught will open the first school of its kind erected specially for the purpose in The GovernorGeneral will officially recognize a good Net a single cadet in the of honor moved under inspection last Not even the little twofoot eight piece of humanity in the middle of tho front They were like the Hock of His Royal liis gracious Consort aud charming daughter won I be hearts of Lethbridge people at Maeleod welcomed Hie ViccKcga party by a frontier day Macleort is ahvnys to he in Lethbridge was lighted like day last night by gas all the way from Bow Which is no reason for Bow Islaudites to claim that Ihtlr burp ia the light of the Tho Balkans are turning against Turkey with all tbo arms of Can adians will be turning iigaiiiH Turkey The Canadian manufacturers are looking for larger markets for made and Sir Wilfrid Laurier in bis speech at said the Liberal policy was to secure larger markets for growninCanada a Good One The people are talking about DOMINION SQUARE Is to he awarded for the BEST LIM ERICK on DOMINION Send in yours at The red coats were on deck last and i most creditable A finer body of men could not bo round in a long days They upheld the reputation they have given ibe West for the pusi quarter of a Fosters treaty with ibo West Indies is endorsed by Sir Wilfrid but he snyrf it does meet the Tho west naked for said Sir mid foster In Lethbridge North is Peach DOMINION SQUARE A Spec or home in easy reach Get in there Street Boulevard and Gas in More than that the price is right DOMINION SQUARE MITFORD Wilson Skeith AGENTS Farms for Subdivision We have n choice section of Ir rigated land four miles from tho city capable of subdivision into flvo ten acre market gar den which should sell Adjoining garden tracts held at per acre and up per acre Will buy this section or any part Very easy tirms SPECIAL TODAY Lots 127 facing south onTth A beautiful building site each Fora few days 13 balance 2 years at 8 Acreage for Subdivision 30 acres Immediately south and adjoining Henderson Undoubtedly property sur rounding beautiful Henderson park will become Lethbridgea finest residential Tbls combined with the small quan tity of acreage offered in this location makes the above a very attractive Prices and terms on We have a client anxious to sell Five Acre Lot Cash offers are MONEY TO Alexandra Hptel Phone 1343 which Sir Wilfrid drove with V Sir Wilfrid sat with hatin hand acknowledging the tribute of the The carriages containing Hon Murphy and Nesbitt and Malcolm Douglas and then came tbe with delegates renpcd as far as and inter spersed with the three or four brass bands and the pipe band that nccom panied the various Like a Triumphal Entry Fourteen to fifteen thousand was the estimate put upon the crowd that was out to welcome tbe Liberal chief tain and as the cheer waves began to roll along the street to front and and as the heavens were illumined from the sea of torches and fire Sir Wilfrid must have felt like the hero of an ancient triumphal en Certainly no triumph ever surpassed this in evidence of tbe real love and affection of a heroworship ping no King ever received homage that came more from the lirartthan spontaneous out burst of And when Sir Wil frid arrived at the broad Arena wber he was to make his first speech to the welcome reached its climax in an ovation that probably exceeded any other ever given Sir Wil frid One of His Most Brilliant Speeches It was natural that the veteran statesman responded in an unusual manner to his remarkable In perhaps one of the most brilliant speeches of his career he dealt with tbe outstanding problems of the Do national and We are approaching tho end of our present visit to the province of On said he in the last of his four I shall never forget its wonderful Youre the best loser in the Domin ion of snouted a It does not look tonight here in good old Ontario as though we were going io be lowers ihe chief re amid another roar of ap To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipplna grain coniult JOHN BILLINGS Grain Commission Winnipeg and Lethbridge Special attention given to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of Advances on all Bills of Lading if Market prices by wire or Office at t Asquith Lindsays Phone Box J Local Manager SALBEKG j well as This is the second time it lias happened since the vote of temher settled it that the wheat must not run Let Them Explain Edmonton Capital Siockraisers in this section of Al berta are shipping cattle to laying the freight and duly aud profii ng by a sufficient margin over the lo cal price to make the transaction worth Opponents of who have rgned that there was nothing in re ciprocity for the Canadian farmer wiil bave to explain how it is that Can adian farmers can ship to United States markets in spite of the tariff hich might have been taken And then after they have explains that they will have to explain how thtj empire would be endangered by tht farmers getting tho cents charged as duty instead of that anij ount noing in to the UnUited Stntctj treasury iii the form of tariff revenue A Good Name Edmonton Journal The town of Leaville ill Saskntohc wan has decided to be known hence forth as It is a vrondni thot this so rich in historic has not been When the provinces of Ai berta and Saskatchewan were formec out of the old the name the oldest of latter disappears from tlie map THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT LODGE YOUR Title Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes e a Sad Montreal Herald 1 the instance of George application is lifting tu Foster is Sng mado to ArH V granch Mgf lo lot CiUKuUtiti run soui n ts i ;