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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Friday, October II, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABUISHID DECEMBER 1507 Publilhea by the Lethbrldoe Hernld Publishing Co.. Lid., every lawful evening li. office, Sixth Aloerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE! V Editorial, Reportorlal And News Department Director T. W. QUAVLE Wanaclng Editor JOHN' TORRANCE Business Manager PHONE] Advertlslne Circulation And Job Departments DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, l.y ra.ill by ni.ll W.O changed as orien as delved, hut both new and old THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT ('row Medicine Hat-U M. Northam. 16 Cranbrook, B. nnd Itelnecfce Diamond Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. Wide Niiw? Company., A Brown, 2lS-4th titivet. .Jainl'oson News Co., TUB Riverside Avvnue. AUo on all C.P.R. siorii: Allln. Co.; R- W. pincher J. SHU-hell; IX J.. Drug Company. Fernie, B. Heal. THE WEEKLY HERALD 3 months In advance 6'Jc C months En advance OUR LADY OF THE SLOWS Tho, Burden goverimK'iit hutt. tww iH'fu over n year In office, after attain- ing power in n campaign In-which the party loudly proclaimed lis loyalty ntul cltMioiiiuii'd the iimdcciiiacy of tho iur navy. During iho yt-ai' tho mem- I burs of iho yovonnneiit luivo inside nmny loyal their im-til policy is yet unannounced, it is sup- posed action has been hindered hy (he party's Nationalist ailUiattun. "A nation spoke to a nation. A Queen aont word to a throne; Daughter iun I in my house, Hut niistrpss in mino own. The gates an- mine to open, And the gates mine to (.-lose. And 1 bet. my house in order, Said Our Lady of the Snows." The Duke's Visit AS ELSKV.'HUKK his trip His Royal Highness Ihe Duke of Conniiugiit h.is leu in Lein- n s-roi'.S national Xo: 'llint ihe people were lacking ill loyalty the iireseace 01 the gracious re-1 01 llu- throne lias served -to (iVLiw Ihe people more closely to the j of His Majesty antl to strength- the seiiiiinent '.Yliic.li mnkes t-nus tenaciously :o British connec- tion. While sentiment is not as tangible closm- connnereial relations would it is probably less influenced by considerations anil is pure :'ju its ideals and devotion. Canada, so far as the present generation can see. will always l'-e a part of the British Empire .and the fostering of tup.spirit of devotion anil enthusiasm by the visit, of the Duke of Conuuught eatl- not have other than the most saiutiiry effect. Their Koyal Highnesses In sracior.slit.-ss :ind democratic friendli- ness were charming visitors and did much to dissipate the too frequent illusion that the Royal family.; .are something apart and above the people. The Dulte of Connaughl is: a man of the people in fullest sense of tlte snmetJmes abused eijiressicn. His in- Vneni-e on the people of Lethbridge will have abiding resulis. A nation spoke lo a MaUoil. A Queen sent word I? it 'hrotie; am I ill my mother's house, And not boss in mine The gates are mine lo open. And the sates are mine to close; But 1 cannot make my mind Said Onr Lady of the Slows. "Thus while our friends are neepins. Thus to onr foes' itlnaze. Leisurely ur.der'the white meti's law My b-tatesmen go tlieir ways. Not 10 the Empire's clamor Or whispers of slotting foes. There Is no rush for action." Said ..Our Lady of Ihe slows. "My speech Is loud and loyal, I lallt of splendid Of in sunmlrens, And navies lit lor lilacs. Hot air for those 1 !'avur, And a bllnil eye on oar fix's; Siili, 1 atti truly Said Our I.nily of Hit- Slows. "I i-alleil'my chiefs lo council. In the fall of a troubled year. But their voices weru discorihmt And my word they would mil 'hoar. This Is Iho path we choose: Just wail till I'm good ami Said Our I.ady of the Slows. "Carry Ihe word lo my sisters. To tho oiieens or the east ami south 1 have provejt my faith in tan licrlt.iKe By tho way I have shut my mouth. They that are keen may hurry. .'Hro the world's war trumpet blows, Hut I've done much speaking" Said Our 1-ady of the Slows. A nation spoke to a nallon, A Queen sent word lo a throne: "Daughter am 1 in my mother's house, And hired girl in my own. The gates are mine to open, But goodness knows. I'd rather.talkJhau do -Said Our tady' of the Slows. U. C. In the Toronto Star public M. P. P. Becomes Sheriff Henry George Lackner, M.U., L.C. P.S.. who has been appointed sheriff of Waterloo county. Ont., was the first Conservative to he elected for the riding of North Waterloo. He was born in the village of llawksville, Waterloo county, on December 1S51. He was graduated hi medicine from Toronto university in ISTil. when he was Ktarr gold medalist and uni- versity silver medalist. He was phy- sician 10 the House of Industry in Waterloo In IS81. health officer 'for Berlin in ISS4. and mayor of Berlin in 1SSC, 1SS7 and 1S93. He was first elected to the legislature at the gen- eral election in 1S9S. which election was set aside, and he was re-elected in ISOS, 190S aud Mill. horse, hitch...... 100.00 139.00 L'2 disc. 2 polos. 4 horse hitch 108.00 Grass Seed Attachments Kor HI run drill___ 5.00 5 11.00 For 20 run drill -K.OO W.OO For is run drill 6-50 14.50 Disc Harrows ]2 discs, HI in.' dia., 3 horse hitch -'3.00 S4.UO j 14 discs, 115 in. dia., 4 horse hitch 25.00 37.00 111 discs. 10 in. dia., 4 horse hitch 27.00 40.00 (.'.aug plow, 12 in., or horse trees..' 60.00 70.00 Sulky plow. Hi in., 3 horse trees 40.00 54.00 Steel beam walking plow, 14 in. J2.00 17.00 Farmers and the Bank Act IN DEALING with the jifoimssd re- vision of the Bank Act. the Tor- onto GlrAo aUuues. to a matter is one seriously affecting the farming interests of .the west. It is ;.timt by the'terms of the -present act .110 Ca'miilljn chartered bank could ad- ".vaace money on grain so ions as J' remains in the possession c( the farm- jcr 'who produced it. but the moment 'fit passed into the hands of a dealer jumity he lives among from the evils of car shortage. Placed in funds he will be able -to abide the time and the opportunity. Whether it is possible for the 'td administer their policy In the inter- ests of the agriculltr.-ist in accordance with practical financial lines In an- other (iwistion. .But failing this i; must be evident thafa remedy must be procured. Amongst banking authorities there the banks could ami did advance mon- j lias 'been isome discussion on the ed torial of. tbc Globe d-ealing with "The Bunk and the Though some of the opinions are to the proposition of advancing fanners mon- ey oa 'th-eir grain, we fiud Mr. John Knight, secretary of the' Bankers As- scciaticii, saying that, although he was doubtful about the proposed change, he not on the face of it see why money shoukl .not he leaned to a, discrimination 'against the. fa-.-mer in the qrdiniiry bank advances." says the !.journal, "slit-nlil no longer have a' lilnce in the Bank Act." Those who are af-tniainted with.ag- Vicultnral conditions in the west be tb; first to endorse this We h-tve already alluded -.to the necessity of some means where- .by fanners rouM obtain loans on j fanner on bis grain as well us to a terms to meet the neceasi- or elevator uiau. of the case, and have outlined the iEi'liemts adoptnJ in other countries .Ifor bflpins Jhe on bis way. It 'is evideni, tukini; into consideration She agricultural industry means only to ;ht- west but. to the conn- Miy as that, as tbe Globe sug- ;gc-srs. -'Ir. Wbito in his Bank Act re- must see to il that ihe agricnl- Itiirist is allowed to 'borrow money on jjood t-'ecurity as freely as it is pos- by a'ny industrial intercsi. As are aware tbe elironic con- There is something of looking at it from his own p'ciut of view in the criticism of a banker who discourages the- idea .of the farmer being allowed to become more of a borrower than he is "prone to be." The critic argues it farmers stored their grain bankers' bills would not be met promptly, and "cur credit 'would suffer. This looks uncommonly like sacrificing the farm er for the bankers when It conies to obtaining cash for produce no matter tho price. But as things are as at in the matter of for trans-! arranged is tlio fanner always of gni.in is due as if j able to obtain tbe ready cash when ;noi mere, 10 the need for a sptedy j elevators nre cbngesred and traffic at .conversion of irniin into naab as to standstill? If the banker had inti- 'liio dftaiuf of being late for the mate acquaintance wiib wlint has luip- tcason when lako doses, j peuefl and is likely iu the 'iJcing placed in the position of obtain-1 moving of the crops he would have dwelt before speaking of prompt pay- ments. It ia indisputable thai the credit, of onr banks should not does .old do now he is'on the re'ti'reil' "Just the nothing but talk about work." Let Them Explain; (Grain Growers' Guided Many of the politicians who are! busy shouting ubsut the setting into the clutches of American trusts might look at this list of agri-' cultural the spot cash pricey charged for them in Winnipeg Libel Minaea'uolis: Implements Minneapolis Winnipeg 0 ft. binder........ ?120.00 5-ft. bintier........ 140.00 362.00 mower........ SS.50 G ft. mower........ -16.00 (iO.50 10 ft, buy rake 24.00 33.50 12 ft. hay rake 2S.OO 70 bushel manure spreader........ iio bushel manure spreader 155.00 Hay tedder, 2-horse 30-00 40.50 Single Disc Drill If; disc, 2 poles, 3 hcrae hitch...... 80.01) '2'2 disc, 2 poles, 4 horse liitcli 104.00 133.00 Double Disc Drill disc, '2 polea, I! horse hitch 5 84.00 20 disc. poles, 4 .wtifetl's' inscrutable the kind, my son, your mother liad on her face this morning whcir I Tmsinsss'might keep me out hue tonight." The Barb Your hair is coming out on top, sir." The J I knew it 'was in me. Now, for goodness sake don't talk to it, or it will crawl hack again." ventured to call, on "you for your professor. Do you think it would do my son good to study the piano? Famous he show any taste for it? the least. But his hair has been falling out so much lately, and everything else we tried has done no good at all. Do you act towards you-r wife as you did before you married "Exactly, f rein-ember just hew I used to act when I first fell In love with her. f used to hang over.the feiice in front of her house and gaze at her shadow, on the curtain, afraid to go in. And T act just the same way now when I get home late." not only In; saved from having In sacrifice the produce of his labor .-for what he can got, hut ivili hn ahli.J made. to suffer, hut mat tern can be so !1o lend himself where praciirahlo tojnrrnnsetl that the holding bark of ti't; t'cstcr painicna of snm-Uniin should not interfere with, the and so save himself and ihe Tbc mayor fools HO acfusioiiunl to i hobnobbing uit.li royal'.y now lie .could swap jack knives with tb.j Kins. Royal IHiUmfcss'js luivo sjoiifl .but a very pleasant. rocolloction re-1 mains. i Jiuigiutf by Iho number of telephone; during tbc progress of the "world's scries of base.ball mutches tills ciiy lias a iuu uuuuu ui iriiis. Now every tbougbt on Dry- Farming Congress. It will take every second of tbe rerimhiins to com- the details. Ti uleaaing to loarn tliat.Leth- iieojtle cxrclleil in cheering. Tho .folk aro not noted for when it comes io public flt-monstration. If the cable despatch announcing another year of olllee for tho UuUe of Connanght proves to be true the poo- pie of' Canada have nothing but ihe most pleased feelings. Ilia Roy- al Highness fills the hill to a nicety. Il is now in order tn remeirhov per- sonal obligation in ihe matter of on- toi'talniny the guests at the Dry- Fanning CongTeas. city has upfcii tilt: gateri itiiil iliw Viftii are to swarm in. 1-et he comfort and a welcome for all. Haluvd.iy is voting day in the Mnc- duniUd U is hard to pick ihiji winner aud either candidate miglu hnvo a record majority, 'I'lio inde- peiuloins arc forming com mHleeti to watch ilio Uoblin machiin pluggnrs wiio aru oxiicotcd TC ihe riding. Made in the sunshine to bring sunshine. The new home of "Progress Brand" Clothing is eight stories of sunshine. It is high tip ill the residential part of Montreal, looking out over Fletcher's Field, the city's playground, and within a few hundred feet of the side of Mount Royal, Montreal's famous mountain. "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats reflect the brightness of their home. They'bring pleasure and sunshine to those who wear them, because they are so attractive aud comfortable. We are showing the choicest styles and patterns of the season1 in "Progress Brand" Suits and Overcoats. Made and guaranteed by II. Visietoerjj Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold with a guarantee by MeKelvie McGuire, Lethbridga. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNIN Suite 111 tollS Sherlock Building P.O. Box'l979 Phone 1291 Wilson Skeith ;C. P. R. Farms for Subdivision Wo have a oE Ir- rigated laiid four miles Irom'tlic city, capable subdivision into five and ten acre market gar- den tracts, which should sell quickly. Adjoining garden tracts; held at per acre and up per acre will buy this section or any part Very easy terms SPECIAL j TO-DAY Lots 33, 34, 35, Block 127 lacing south on Tib Ave. south. A.beautiful building site each For a few days Terms 1-3 cash, balance l, and y years at S% for Sub-division 30 acres Immediately south and adjoining Henderson park. Undoubtedly property 'sur- rounding beautiful Henderson park will become Lethbi-klge's Unost residential district. This combined with the small Quan- tity of acreage offered in tills location makes the above a very attractive buy. Prices a-nd terms on application. Wo have a client anxious to sell Five Acre Lot No. 14S. Cash offers are solicited. MONEY TO LOAN. ,NSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 "I'm not afraid ot woman iaitl little Ginlss. "My wife la a mili: .ant suffragette, but up to date 1 am Julius Caesar in my house." "I guess you are. I guess you are." said Wiggle. "There ain't many dsad- er ones than Julius -Caesar in- this world." J understand your wife is 'going to make a speech at tbe meeting to- morrow "Yes." "Are you "Not much. I am going to stay at homo and congratulate myself ou the fact tbat at last she-is making one speech that I don't have to listen to." How wonderful It said Cholly, originally, "how dogs know things. Xow, there's Fldo. I often wonder if he doesn't have some sort of. telepathy don't you kntfw. Don't you believe he has a sixth sense thnt I don't responded -Miss Cutter, promptly, "common sense, I believe i is called." "Ladles and said the manager, .before the curtain, "it is my unpleasant duty to inform that }lr c--------r the star coKiedian. ow- ing to illness, will not he able to ap- pear tonight. His system .has had a very severe shock, and he is suffering from I'.crvons prostration.'" "What's the shouted one of the sods from the gallery. "Did ye him in Didn't Biame Him Spuakins of table etiuuetie some time General TD. Htvrd told a story about a man who i justified in eating pie with a kuifo. Smith was standing in a hotel lobby one day, according to the general, talking of a dinner that had been giv- en at Ihe homo of a mutual acquain- tance named Brown. "You should have seen liarton." re- marked Jones, referring to one of the guests. "I thought he had hotter liilili manners. When the pie was servei! he actually ale il will) a knife." "1 don'l blalur him for that." the startling reply of Smith. ''You don't hlamo renea in rejoined Smith. have eaten pie at Hrown's luyself ant It is a wonder to me that Barton didn' take an Telegram To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbridge Special attention given to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of cars. Advances on all Bills of Lading If desired. Market prices by wire or 'phono. Ofllco at Messrs. Asqutta Lindsay's Dominion Block, Lethbridge. Alia. Phona 1714. T. O. Box 278. I. SALBEEG Local Manager BOOST If you like the old town best. Tell 'em so! [f you'd have her lead Ihe rest, Help her grow! When there's anything to do Let the fellows count on you: You'll feel bully when it's through. Don't you know! If the oilier fellow's it. "U'lio's to blaine! If you want, to make a hit. Cut a name! Spend your money in the town. you pull the shecUlea down: Give tho mail concern a That's the game If you're used to giving knocks, Change your styl Throw instead of rocks for awbil Let tho other fellow roast: Shun nlm as you would a ghost: .Meet his hammer with a boast And a smi! When a stranger from afar Comes alot] T-ell him who and what Make it stron Needn't flatter, never bluff: Tell the truth, for that's enough. Join ihe boosters: they're the stui We helou Tiger Brand ;