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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALP Momliiy, Uclolx'i' M, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lcthbrldfie Herald PubllrJiIno Co. Ltd.. every liwful evenCng Its otflce, Sixth Street, A'.oerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONEt Editorial, Reportorlal And News Department 1221 Mannglng Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE OiiBlness Manager PHONE: Advertlslfifl Circulation And Jot) Departments 1 2 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES mall S1.50 Addresses chunked na of ton us .laired, Init Doih new and old addre.-i.-re.-; must lie given. THE DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT Lethbrldae-KtH) t'rnss DruK MeUieiuo Hat-L M Ilooh .K HobiTtson Cranbrook, B. C.- Oil .Isx-fcfiHi O.; AH-x- AU'tiinsoii. amlru store; Kenny ft Allili. Hat-L M. vOPthAm, Heattlw und k Co.; R. W. Ilr.miHon. Pincher J. lIUoluMl: D. iU-Croa. IJrug Book .ImviloBon Company. Co., 705 Avcir-- Fernie, B. BtuL L. Reinecke Diamond tMty Drue Co. Vancouver, B. Wide Nmvs Ooinpuny. L'i9-4ih Street. Also on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 year in advance SI. 50 3 months in advance Sue 6 months in advance "oc. 0 The iMacdonald Result ru TORY PR1KNDS will hurrah iborn b-v 3ir iloblin that i Canada would contribute twenty mill- over the Macdonalil result, aitdi .Qng IQ lbc Dritjfih navy ug.havc proceed to -declare that nicae promises fulfilled as port of the price paid for victory" in Macdonald. In passing do nut forget that Mac- donald has always been Conservative by big majorities except in 1S11. He- -reciprocity is dead. In that they are mistaken. The demand for larger has not been pacified by a with the West Indies giving favored treatment to a lot of manii-j member also that to the government goods. The voico of Mac-don-i it was a crucial light. Its loss would aid is not the voice of Western Can-] have been a death blow; victory, jiidH, nor is it the unbiased voice of 'iMacdonald on Hie trade question. ijMacdoimld 'was won by foul means. It If the Liberals do their duty in expos- ing the tactics practised, may in itself be a death blow. As it is, the govem- wou by die desperate efforts of nient has simply held a. seat but for it to imagine In addition that recjpro- tithe worst political machine in Can- ada. It was won also by a promise of Robert Rogers of a reduction iii the tariff, and a, declaration to the British city, or tlie desire for larger or better markets has been killed, would he a delusion. The Land Titles Office OUR ESTEEMED morning con- temporary is much worried about the location of a land titles, office in this city, and in its efforts to make party capital, it pro- ceeds to draw comparisons. It relates with glee the speedy preparation for the construction of the post office, and attempt to lead the public to believe Lethbridge 'would never have had a post ollice had it not. been for the generous government at Ottawa. It must not forget that the site for the office was benight by a Liberal government and that at the session of 1011 there was a big appropriation in the estimates for the construction of the building, mi appropriation the Conservative opposition did not allow to pass. The Tories L-iiiiu io pOVver i ami almost a year passed before the contract was let for the Thsre is not much to flap ilie wings about there. As for a land titles office, the Her- ald has always maintained there was urgent need for one here and it still holds that view as strongly as ever, and has so expressed itself on many occasions. The province of Alberta has adhered to the centralization sys- tem and there are Conservatives who believe in that system. The Herald favors an office in every judicial dis- trict and has so argued for some time past. The government may make a change, in fact, we are inclined to pre- dict that n land titles office will be housed and operating in Lethbridge before the post oilice IE completed. Bill UL uuurse that "would nui be in time to suit the News. fd. In the eytts of ilm crown, pr cu tor's department in Manitoba ovorj. Liberal IB a criminal. Lot the WiunL juijj what tlio Lib' era) parly lias luu'ii uj> agalutt In Manitoba: All this Is a In Manitoba. For years past there has not IXHMI .in election or n bys-i'U'ctiiw hi i'.ils province In which pai'liciputki! in tho cam- paign on beluilf o! ihe opposition IniK not carried it thy possi- bility of insult, aiwifli, und illegal and Imprison- nienl. Wo have in ihls province tin? lottre do cachet, the? minion of oppression in (he K'i'b of law, iho servilo magistrate1, ibo insolent jailer and the Bas- ilic. Tliorp have noon dozens of rust's of uii'u thrown into bail ivfiiffd, their nuiues dragged In the miro of personal detraction, abused in the party press on tho platform as for .tho purpose of serving wretched temporao' I'.trty ond., in all tlit-so yeftrs there has not boen u case whore those i'harjit'3 lisive been" made good by prosecutions subsequent to the elections. Itcdress for outrages is. to all Intents and purposes, Uu- prurticablo. Criminal proceedings can be sucr'essfully 'balked by col- Iiision 'between the jiollce, tlie minor magistracy and the attor- nry-general's department. The long road from the swearing out. the information 10 the secur- ing of n. trim bill by tho grand jury is full of pitfalls. There Imvo lipoji cases whore civil action for danmsus liavo bcou entered for election outrages of this charac- Inv. Thoro Is not much satisfac- tion, however, in getting a vor- illet, sinco Iho provincial govern- niont, iu these cases, pays 4ho damages out of tho juibliu funds, Thnt precedent was net some years ago. A Liberal was kid- napped by two provincial police- Hum, thrown Into a local lock-up, and hold there until the close of the polls, when ho was set free. Ik- sued tho policemen for Illegal arrest and, was awarded damngos to the extent of Ho yot his monoy in tlie shayo of an olllclal chocino drawn' by the provincial treasurer of To think that withal this charged perversion of Justice. Sir Hodmond oth'er must be proud of their about the constituency thai the electors should have no truck (rrtnide with the'Americans and w'Kins' that should stand hy British Institii tlone. U'the law is British as admin Istered in .Manitoba, then for goodneas sake, let-us become part of the Hinted. States at" once.'. In tho Macdomihl election the Lib orals have the chance to tixpog-e elec- tion crookedness and trafficking in jus- tice as though it were -so much putty. If, they, fail to do so they, should" for- ever hold their'-peare In regard to the ways of the Itobllu government in Manitoba. OUR POINT OF VIEW Bobs is coming to C.inadti next year. Be sure and have him see Lethhridge. Have you your glad haml ready for the Dry-farming Congress? And now this gnij't germ has cross- ed the Atlantic to Great'Britain. At least the Unionist newspapers say so. The Tory policy in Maedonald ssems to have been to prevent as many Lib- erals as possible voting by arresting them. It is a new election trick but seems to work well. AVII1 decent Manitoba people stand for it? THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSjJDj Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Manitoba Liberals have a duty and Do your share to make every visitor to the Dry-Farming Congress think well of Lethbridge. In his frenzied desire to win '-Mac-" donatd Hobert Rogsrs promised a re- duction in the tariff. Let him come through with the promise. Well, the Conservatives held Mae- donald. which is nothing to crew about especially when one considers the methods they adopted to do it. Open the Throttles A has been offered that tho opening of the Dry- Farming Congress be signaliz- ed by the blowing of the steam, whis- tles of all the industrial plants in .Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. This to take phice simultaneously at 30 a.m. on The IDth, and to continue lor five minutes. The suggestion is a happy one, and it. should certainly be taken up. U be like the salvo of some great artillery, heralding; the coming into being .of an event not only of local, but nlso of national anil universal im- portance. In itself it will likewise proclaim the affinity ami depend- of ull other industries on the oldest and the most important one in tho history of tilt1 Th? Dry-Parmnis I'ongresy. in (he I'.olp it will give to marks the opening of a pra. It is a mammoth replir.i uf ;he ius of Tubal-Cain who fashioned the first ploughshare, the primeval atom, it we may so term it, in the evolution of agricultural industry. Let all the throttles be loosed in the territory in which the Congress? is bekl. The volume of sound will have Us echo in the mighty noise which the great exposition will create throughout the length and breadth of u continent, and which will be carried across the waters east anil west to the lands beyond. H will lie the re- cognition of the completion of what men. have looked for and 'worked for. with a hopefulness, and with an assid- uity for the -welfare of humanity at large. this Lethbridge und Southern Al- have taken no mean part, and will in no small measure share in the benefits which will accrue. Let us verify that we gaugf Us vast iniuoTt- Of course our Conservative friends arc perfectly satisfied the Slacdonald election was won by honest means. The party can do no wrong you know. U rests with our citrzeus to make the Dry Farming Congress the best boost Lethbridge ever'-received. Do your part. that is to shed the light -through the courts on ;the Jracdonald election. If they fail to do so they should forevor} ceas-e talking about the rottenness of the Roblin-Rogers crowd; are told that R. .B. Bennett is lighting the G. T. P. By the way, 'what is the Calgary member going to do'about tha 0. P. R. melon cutting? .Will he be as: bold in his attitude against that-railroad? Senator Buraln.in. in) Idaho Is slamming Taffs reciprocity! measure because-it "was allowing the; Canadian farmer into the hest market in the world. Will the Bordenites kindly sit up and take notice. Kootenay wants its member hi the Dominion cabinet as though there were not enough green men there al-j ready. _ ada again. We can all sleep peace- fully again. There is no need to lock the doors new. The Edmonton Hoard of Trade will not, send any delegates to tho Dry- Farming Congress. They shy at the name. Well, Dry-Farming Is simply goo'd farming, and surely the north country can stand a little more know- ledge along that line. Sir ilodmond t Rpblin in the .Mac- donald campaign said that the Borden emergency contribution would be two Dreadnoughts or tha equivalent in Monk hasn't spoken yet. Anyway, what K. P. Roblin says In a bye-elec- tion dnesn t count for much. Ari ico 0.11 IMMEDIATELY OVEItL'O'OKINCI Beautiful Henderson Lake north and west. Lethbridg'e's High-Class 'Residential District. This will be your lost opportunity to purchase the very hest In- sideKesiilenUal property at exceiitiomilly low jirices ami easiest of terms. Pi-ices from to per lot. Terms: One third eufjh, balance i" one and two .years, interest at eig'lit cent. ai the Wilson Skeith f- r C. P. R. AGENTS Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 nthen Think V-' Expose the Methods A VICTORY for R. L. Richardson in Macdonald would h.'ive been nothing; less ihan :t miracle. Robert Rogers had to win Hiai or throw up his '.Kinds as wesu-rn .leader of the Conservatives, and that gentleman wasn't in sivinp: up humor. If all that has been publishfd is correct, or only partially correct, the Minister of the Interior wont imoj t.hrt campaign with an axe. lie order-j Jho course of t'ri'isli jnaiicc. if! there is such a thiuir in Maiiitolia, blocked and proceeded to arrosi I.ili-; orals, without reason, and then flood-' Oil the constituency with the Uoblin-j Rogers hirelings, that 'hey j could wander about ami conduct their nefarious business, while ihe great j miblic was having it harangued into} their ears that Grir. crooks were under arrest. Mr. Richardson days before tho voting took placo characterized tho r-ampnign "as the vilest and most un- scrupulous raid over made upon any constituency in Canada." Let us say to Mr. Richardson, and his supporters that it is their duty as honorable men expose the lacticr, practised in Mac- dnnaid in the courts, not for bur In the interests of honesty and decency in politics. have heard murn of the tactics of Iloblin gov- ernnnint, but it is a common thing; for one party throw dirt at another and only who are antagonistic to a government credit the charges made. It is time the courts decided whether the H.iblin government was corrupt or nut. and if. as 'we, snid before, the con- duct of the MardnnaM bye-election is as vicious us by the Winnipeg Tribune and the Winnipeg Free Press, i: is the duty of Hit- UluraLs to ral-c si fund and the election, and see the protest through to the finish. It irt bard to believe that tho law could be made a ;ool of in such u way in a Ilrilish jircvlnce. Tho Liberal press has derhiivd for years that jus- was unlcnown in Manitoba, ai least ap far as Liberals conecrii- Real- Fiction 'Chicago Tribune) In their lists of "Fall Fiction." the New York payers announce "My At- tainment of the by Doc Cook. Wants i Ottawa Tree Press) The v.-cst wants wider markets, the ctanjiers want no duty on t.oinatccs. the suiTraacttes want a vote; Arniand Lnvergne wants no navy: Ottawa wants a drill shed: the manufacturers want the preference decreased; and there's no end of trouble for Premier Borden. Not Ail Gone Yet (Simcoe Reformer i The Oinhe, in speaking of the late Sir Uicliard Cariwright. stated some- thing to the effect that of his pre- Confederal ion colleagues, none re- mained. This brought out a eoiTcc- tir.ji from Henry ,f. .Morgan, editor of "Canadian -Men and Women of the Time." who pointed out that there still remain with us Sir Richard Scott, Hon. U. Boucher ile James O'Hallonin, Col. WalUer Powell and John Charles Ilyken. all of whom sat. eit.lier with Sir Kichard, or pre-j vious to his election, in the parliament! of Old Canada. The mention of Col.; Powell's name will bring bscV; to the oldest renders of the Reformer mem- cries of stirring times. Walker Pow- ell represented Norfolk County in the Liberal interest from 1S57 to iSfil, the- four years just previous to Sir Rich- ard Carf.vright's election, lie w-as! born in Waterford in 1S28. the eldest! son of Israel Powell, who was! himself member for Norfolk, 1R40-47. Col. Walker Powell IB still living in Ottawa, whither he moved from Port Dover on his appointment, to be Ad- jutant-General. War Lord No Longer (Toronto Globe) The New York Tribune, n paper that j is admirably served in its foreign news department, says the estrange-J ment between the Elnperor William of Germany and the Prince is now so complete that, His Majesty de- clined to attend the festivities in hon- or of the Crown Prince's twenty-sixth on Friday last. That .is not good rending. One of the chief causes of the quarrel between the Emperor and his son is the young man's atti- tude toward Great Britain. He openly applauded an anti-British speech In the Reichsta's during the Moroccan crisis, anil toolc no pains .10 conceal the fact that ihe Kaiser's Pacific pol- icy is not to his liking. The unfortunate affair indicates most conclusively the truth of the statement made by German visitors J- Canada Unit the Kaiser is one of the, greatest bulwarks of European peace. The Kinperor. who by his early iiuUst-Tetious earned title of Uu- ".Man of the .Mallet: is still In name tiie Win- Lord of Ihe Germanic Court-deration, but in reality he is a tower of srrcnsth for peace. Few who remember the Jameson Raid and the Kaiser's rongnitulatcry telegram !n Kruger at th'at time would have sup- posed it possible that within two de- cades the man who ?o vecklessly gave Britain offence would be the greatest Influence for peace on the European continent. The responsibility of pow- er and the maturing influence of ngc have wrrked a great transformation in ihe somewhat bumptious and self- willed young prince who came to the throne of Germany a. quarter of a century ago. They would probably have ihu same effect in the case of the present Crown Prince. 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 cnrs. Advances on all Bills of Lading If doKirod. Markat prices by wire or 'phone. OIHco at Messrs, Asciulth Lindsay's Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Phono 1714. P. O. Boy 27S. Local Manager I. SALBERG pora J A Clerical Wit i Toronto Saturday Nijshl) An atmi.sins esiunule of tlie rtmdy Irish wit credited to the popular rec- tor of St. George's church, .Montreal, the licv. Patcrson Smyth. Is related by or.t; of his leading parishioners a well known business man of that. city. It appears the rector recently Liirned from his vacation and found to his sorrow, rats had wrecked havoc on bis library, chewing the covers off several volumes and bad actually made n sacrilegious meal off a series of his own sermons. "I replied his listener fa- cetiously, "they were ablo to digest thtMii. Sir." "You don't ibey could ratify my Maslu'ii bai-k ihu lector, with a humorous ('winkle in his I A story from ihe same source tells of tho rector riding a short time ago a Montreal street cur, overhearing a fussy o'd gentleman, ask the con- tor if, he stopped at the Windsor orie of'Montreal's leading hotels. "No, Ihe conductor, with .well, innocence, "1 can't afford to." public Commissioner of Customs Jtilm McDonald, C.M.G., oi: the cus- toms department, Ottawa, whose name appeared in the last list of King's birthday honors, is of Scottish ances- try, and was born in RIuo Piftoii county, Nova Scot- land of March 1S4.S. His early education was received in (he public schools, and he later at- tended a grammar school In Nsv; Glasgow. Possessed of the hnslnepa acumen "of his race, he took up com- mercial pursuits when hut a yotinj: man.- Later bo drifted into politics. and represented Pictou in the Domin- ion Mouse of Commons from ISSt 'ill 'when he was created commit sibner of customs, When in 1P1I. the Hon. W. S. Field ing and the Hon. W, Pateraon wcnr to Washington he was presented tc President Tall at tho White House. Mr. McDongald has had a wide and varied experience in customs matters having been connected with the draff- Ing of nearly all tlie -changes in 'he Canadian customs tariffs since ISS'I In JSf'L' he married Miss j Jane McLeod, of X. S. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;