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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LETHBHIPGE DAILY HERALD LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD DalOBMKIO lOOT by The L.thbrlde. Publlthlng Ce., Lid. lawful evtnhifn it. tlxth Albert. Can. W. A Olr.et.r and Editor PHONl: ___- Advertl.llii Circulation and Jib 1252 N.porton.l, New. OHt_ U224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION delivered 1 year, by mall bkmoutb. delivered j S'lnomhu, I by mall 1, .ISc. j 1 moatb. by mall....... sbjinged .is often a. dealred, but both new and old ad- dres.es :niust be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in elctit or von page., and contain, a sumutary of the'news of tho' wiet-local and district 1 year In advance f months, in advance 75c. IJ.OO ll.M I 'The mid. yet. unent the recent Dominion tion., emanate, from'the Toronto'Tel Where Ihe Telegram received Information I. for the, lo answ.i la tbe Hmmlo i Telegram ban displayed tbe true nerv.Hv. !he aplrlt of intl-Ani. erlcanl.ni tbil pl.j-.ii .uch an Import- ant part in the oamnalgn is not -politic that we iboulil, at'lbli 3 months, in THE OAILY HEMAI.O FOR IALE AT Crosu Drug i Book Store. J.G.Robart- fcm ft Co., Jackson fc Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. ft Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plnche.r D. L. JlcCren. Bros. Drug -A Book Co. Fernfe B. Baal Medicine Craiibreok, B. Atchlason. L. Reinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown SlMib Jamieaon .News Co.; 706 Riverside- Ave. AIM on ail C. f. R. Train. Government Appointment by Examination TORONTO NEWS in an edit- unu'nial'for the government to offer, appointments _ to men who distinguished themselves at the uni- versities without.'their undergoing aay. special .lamination. The disap- proval of cramming te particularly shown in tbe selsctlon'of candidates orfal condemn, the "cramming system in the education of the young. So far, ap food. The-evils o iyetem are apparent to all men Wut reading between the Hnes it can Men that tbe journal accepts the JKJlley of Civil Service appointments fey patronage, instead of by examine tion, as It should be. This attitude i-j "worthy of note, coming at a' time the political party it most ad- Inirei has in its power the dispense tion of the "loarjs and fishes." It cramming on the plea expediency in England, where it allies success in certain examinations positions in government wr- Here tha News is making a mis- (take. Crarimiins in England Is iook- jed on with' the same disfavor as it is in Canada. With ihk view the system the examinations the journal speaks of has been altered. There is now no further for gram nier there. In the eiamlnations for the Civil Service the lines are go a rang-ad that ability and not a know- ledge of text-books forms tbe general principle. Education on the univer- sity pattern, tbat is to say, on broad lines to made to tell. Hence ap- pointments generally fall to the sue- cewful university man. In fact, It time, dleciiM thli -queaUon. We mlgbl. however, call the .attention tho Toronto Telegram .to the fact that Ihii little burg, mlth'about IS per cent. American-born naturalised XV tor .vld.otl. 1, it a ".lima" I. umioriiv nrr vgra'b fas rot tic 7 American vole., he waa de larlo or In the lion In Ion of Canada Mr Maanth kaew 7nd to did Mr Borden thai tbl. coo .irongly In of re- ciprocity. KMUlutlon. from of Trade and Kerm.r.' Aiaoclathwi '.hrwighout the whole wuatry; rom pwaanal frlHdi .no poiiticsl ad- herent, flooded hi. deik. an) all to he one him le aun-i port wciprocltv. If, the face of alt hi., Mr. Uigraik choae it to wondered .1 that he ient down to defeat, and I. any paper party juatlfied In laying the for evidently I) a. ____SahirdaV, II, frated fealed by Cunadlau and ai good a. an> nan in On Cilidians to Uvioiee tb.ir so franchlie, at the door of what the Tel- egram erroneou.ly call, "ihe tan. OUR POINT OF VIEW Vote for Sifton and ilab Kit Premier Borden seems to hive got himself in-to a "peck of" trouble over he swlection of Cabiaet. ers have trouble! of their own] Borden hive done well' to line asked Sir Wilfrid Lander for expert idvice on cabinet-mak- ittie for .unquallfta! nerve and unm.'l- ated gnll, commend us to the de- by the C. P. R. on Calgary i return for the carshops. Have you s'aen about getting voiir ame on the municipal voters' .'isf on will feel like kicking yourself if cut it nit until after Octobc-r and tben rind tha 10u cannot tolt d tben rind that vou nut to Albeita is safe ,n the hand, of Sif ton and Shepherd .hould b. nnt lo Wnioulon to help him in goad he Is doing W If the C. P. R. nrift unds on Calg.rj m return for (be :arshops, Medicine Mat may confide? itself mighty lucky that did not land them Boidens trouble, oier foimip'g a Ubinet, are nothing to what Edward Michener would haie if tb. fate, vhould eier be so unkind u io :iee that he should make a tub at he job going to be one of the Most Important Railway Centers in South Western Canada. The movement ALREADY made by the C.P.R., Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk Pacific Guarantee This. side Park for the naval service as adopted here. Here' intelligence i. made to count I more than book knowledge. The only system for doing away with the pres-1 evil in our government Qtten fhlnk Sam th. Seldi.r Creek''Echo.) .Perhaps it's a good acheme, II A man who was able to sur- eady carried out. The training of the e so .used as to form a means ot en- eTing cbe government service by I hose best eljuipped. Uy means j alone can tBe evils of patronage be remedied. Biianiinat'lon'i are neces- gun pi. will be It', a sure thing Col found right where the Con Per (Toronto Globe) .but they; need -not be built 'Originally R of tbe new L Borden The .Government and Lethbridge lines to fo.ler. cramming. Our sys- wa! a Sjr Frederick tem of education gives opportunities to all. The institution of examina- tion, cannot be therefore be said to be a lurd.bip to aw. Tbe of examination I. realized bv all btck The thousands of Liberal, who loted for R. L. Borden ir really ware vot ing for oee of their gwri. Jn .U9L he _ bis cousin'" Was not R L lery firH apeech of the faction of Dr tben M candidate tlonal bodie., :ahd. after it the one criterion of ability. forsook the Liberal part) and with drums Dealing and colon flying ciller. that been il Confederation will be sworn Into U offlw under Mr Borden Only i of bia followers In the H Geo E and Hon Jobn L H are alreadv prirv and they hare each, an tl no itatnman In Canada can Inapt namelv that of having uni flte different premiers Mr entered sir John Macdonald'i nln trt on Mav !9 1818 ,m! Mr Haggi on August 3 1888 and they bers of the four succeeding Conurr live adminlitration., one of which the Ve.t of Traitors that include! ts membership th. two c.ctltme named Al the Dominion Cabiaat BO' contaJns fifteen membera, It bably be ntceaaarj for Mr choose at least twelve wl Ike nimaelf, have n.icr hers of a previous Caoineu Tbl. weal mean tbe creation of thlriten privy councillor, at. one It u worth noting that tb. new house will contain but survivor the Mackenzie C.hm.l. namely. Wilfrid fjauri ier Hon Edward now retired from public life aaeih er .urvivsr and the Senate poISln what the Sifton govern JL ment has done 55 an earnest, o what'they will continue to do lthe electors of Lethbridge have ever reason to continue their support p [the government by electing the gov candidate, ,S. J. Shephert jfThf .people of thi. city have no rea to believe that the governmen )las aot accorded the same fair treat pneut to all parts of tbe province tha (It has to this city, and, knowing that, lit has proved a good government as par as Uii. city is concerned, they Shave every reaaon it has been tbe jearae for all other parts of the pro- Nnce, tBerefore, entitled'to-sup- feport. fact i. 'forcibly brought .to ahind today, wheu it: is remembered Wat tbe delegation could not have one to Colorado'Springs on the spec train they have if it had been for the a.si.tance of the pro rinci.I government. Moreover, the del could not have bid Dry Farming Conaree. for next year down fihere with any aeaurance of; success It .had not been for the guarantee of provincial government that they provide ten thousand dollars jfl the neceasary eipenditure that haa be guaranteed before the pledge itself to meet city. iJAdd to these tblnga the fact that government ha. placed Leth- The.e efforts of the government ID led the all having been done be Direct 'rom th. Rank. (Winnipeg Free Prea. Mr Borden will be tbe flrnt Prime Mml.ter of Canada In J7 jear. to be or. there m.mber talk of the "rlvv They'do show-an earnest dealre on le part of tbe government bis city a. a part of tbe o the best of their abiiitj overnment appreciates the Import nee of this city and district, ue of Alexander bnt since ad the Th. -on, Bowell, Tupper and treating it fairly, even genereu, is only fair tbat the people should re oogniw in th. government the I sire to do what I, ani .hould to.t ,he government has been right The govern menf has seall hifly with Lethbridge and I.ethbridge should deal fairly with the by returning 3 I. Shepherd, the goie'nment candl date, to the bunds of the [overnment m the puuult of their ef forts to Mire tke clfcj and the nee well. "eld Cilblnet f Wl" Hm to the C'b of b''Ch Richard Eartirrlfh and Sir Richard Scott Moreover Wilfrid Lauriei will not th, new house of common, a oni of I be M P s oho were hi. in the Cabinet of 18M One of then Richard Cartw uw u senator, two Sir William MuloS and Sir Richard Davle. afe oW Hon Clifford Sifton has left Mr- three Fisher Tlelding andW Borden were defeated at the 'recent election, while five Tart, Blair, Dobell, and Oeoffriw, 'U gone to the great beyond Mr Pit eon Da. not a member of trial! Launer Cabin.t, but he wa. a ler of the adminiatiation a. eoniro er of customs In the following his was changed if cu cms, and Mr Pateraon hariajr orn ot the privy council, enter he Cabinet Nor was Hu f inland leienue, 8lr Henry Joly Lotbimere in the original He entered It m the following .when The High Class Residential Addition to Macleod is the Best Value ever offered in Southern Alberta OVER 100 LOTS SOLD IPil TWO DAYS RIGHT IN MACLEOD Prices Till NQV. 1st only to will Positively Not Prevail After November Now YOUR Opportunity. The Standard Securities Co. 111-115 Sherlock BUildlfig LETHBRIDGE SeconcJ Avenue MACLEOD "Jud a Joke Handicapped were the wild wave. e er of i general mv rainl.tr> wbo has not a reienue The the only member 'of th of the seat In th Cabinet Laurier s first Cabine't com prised twelve ministers with'nortfo os and two without, now all the in In have portfolio. Blaming "The THE CONSHRV.VnVBB are stl whining about, the way some o Western Canada's new citizen Toted on September 11. Hon. Martin Burrell airs his views and eipressei the opinion that- tbeee new citizens not a for the perpetua tion of British institution., llr. 13ur rell evidently alms to .tlr up a feel ing agnlnst people who have been en couraged to come to .this country by Canadians' anil wbo are doing much, if not more than any -other class of people to develop Weatern Camilla. Without them we would not be where we are today, and lie Con- servative press and leaders'are nt.k- Ing a distinct mistake in imputing other than the best good of Canada to these new citltens. It Is ,ruevthat. the majority of them voted 'or reciprocity becauae they knew the American markets' for more than any, other of the >iir product. ila.s In I be country. How.ver, :iti7.ns are >vn loyal to Brltldi in- Mtiillon. M those, who are boaatlng f Ihelr .lnyalty, day In.awl ciny. out. rlghtljr tlwy did ,nd can- not, be cotivlnoed that a mare matter of trad, arrangement would affect Brltl.b limitation, or our connection with the Empire They have high- er lit Canadian loyalty and BH- llsh In.tltutlon. than th.t Any one who Is well acquainted with our new citizen, from icroa. the line, and who haa conversed with them on the lub Ject, will know Ibal they o be loyal subject, of Canada and the 3mpire. They admire our In.tltii- tfonii, and always praise them. They believe a free country, how. ever, and th.t every man haa a right P hi. opinion., .nd when they voted or reolproolty, they eaprened th.ir udgment u aound, bu.lneH men, and ot a. wen had recvd for Bri- l.b In.tltutlen., ami the contlniMnce our relaUoaa a part of the Em- pire. raaetied pew r by apnadlng dl.tnMt among PM- and If ley coatjitu. to sow this aead In of. a. frtil na out of office, they will ery avoir reap Ihe whirlwind. On- (hi. ..tibjwt, nT get a chance ter. rimeniber Alac.iulay i, iineE on hi. own dafeat at Edinburgh, and the nobje roll of Glads one s sentences hen he and governm "nt v, era go Ing down Ijefore an angn storm of Prejudice and, blgotri He feai was a nilnc, rau.e of what cannot help re Ca to 11 Mor. Progrca. "Thwe porous plasters are some- "Aa bow' After they have been used a. pl.s ten, they nwv be put on the pianola nd frill play a tune They hare bella doqne pi.inters comprising all tbe pop lar (Irs Juat the lam. "The firtt thing I do every mornmi to tell my wife-that she looki 'ounger and more beautiful eierj I'Dqeiin I die ever suspect that you yes, .be knows It But it eepsj her from st.nlnr in in ult with me Juet, the .ame artfully inflamed and which there was not time enough auocasffuiiy But are glad to recognize also a far nobler, motive for her courts grossly a- we think it Tho fine senn mept of loj.Hy aroused bj the talk of annexation and there is al way. hqpe Jor a people in whom sucl a can overcome self inter Canada has committed bad jiol-ot, which we knqn onlj too well haid it Is to change She pormiued to get a hold Pn-har, vrhlch. will" find it hard mrteed to shake off .It Is our exparionce that conrtiices us of' tho magnitude of her mistake. But ne will tliat hfr from it maj come more rjliitkly than cure She cast aside her greatest man rejecting his cnunsej But she kejit him fifteen in never. TO (Harper. w.eklj hat-i admired Laurier In power the zenith of n1. Dopul.rltj in' tbe of hi., country, ac nsfwlejigwi the or hll (til admiration we nal Lcurler In The V1 grievou. reverw In of sptendld triiiopn, tud all over the world come. ndten and un.ipected check ytwng cointry of New World ha. lo be almo.1 toward (mllghtenment and free put the good old caiiae did not tlwre a champion worthy of it. He m tallw he chose to rl.k hi. an- pafntly leenre tenure of office and la a itruigle whlcl1 and Jo a device ot and Wfiit down fighting .uperbly All Ff an of hi. faith are for the 95. Ten. LARGEST, NEW. EST, FINEST IN CANADIAN TRADE S. S. TEUTONIC S. S.: CAN ADA About M UU ONIE CLASS ABIN SBRVfCB Til. afld Fa.tett Steamers Carrying (II) of cabin pa.i.ngera. The best accommodations at "rate. L'naurpaaaed third-class on all .teajn RfOULAF) WItKLY SAILINGS Nov 4 will abide with 11. aad the or "MM ngun