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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TffF LETHBRTDOE DAILY EtRAtD Monday. Odolwr 1011. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by-Tht Uthfarldgt Her.Id PublliMna LW." tvtry uwfut At itt nfflca, Sixth W. Olrteter and Editor PHONt: Advertising fUpw-terlil. i _ circulation and Ntw. i Job 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered .......14.00 1 year; by mull 6 months delivered J3.00 S raonthB, delivered 91.00 J month, dellverud .I5c. 26fl C monthi, by mart 1 month, by mail AddreSBCS chaujfed as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses muit bo given .THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday la eight or more pages, and conlalm a summary of the news of week, local .and district in advance .-.SOc. 1 year in advance 6 mouths. In Advance 75c. THE DAILY-HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross Drug Book Store, j.Q.Robert- son Co., Jacksou Coiie. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Young t Co., H.W. Hamilton.' Plnchtr E.J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Taber Wesilake Bros. Albertn Drug tt Book Co. Fernle B. Percy .-Cranbrook, B. Beattie Atcliinson.. 0. L. Reluecka. Diamond Diamond CUT Drug Co. B. C. World .Wide News Co. Brown Brovtn .219 Ith St. Spokane-The Jamieeoii Newt Col. 705 Riverside -Are. iA.I.'o'- ill C. P. R. Trains I Conitrvatlon Free Press.) "reformed" the Senate Uj appointing Jlefo'nnera. Doubtless the upper houtJe will now be couierved. The Octopus ALREADY the interests arc get ting busy io make use of the government for their own, pur- poses. The .Canadian Manufacturers' Association are preparing io draw the 'attention of Premier Borden to the fact that they would oppose any fur- ther preference to Great Britain. They are manufacturing a spirit of dicta- tion, as shown by Mr. Saunders' sug- gestion to the convention. He pro- posed that steps should establish- ed to deal with working men and the government. With regard .to the pre- ference, it looks as if i.tie concurrence of the representative? of the Overseas Dominions nt the Imperial Conference' as to its benefits, will not have much effect so far as Canada Is concerned. present administration, are like the tentacles of the marine monster, and will hold it in their grasp. Whether the 'government is strong enough or willing enough to withstand these inainy to be seen. The public will watch with interest the tendency of its legislation, ..'At present this points o nn upholding' of n- system of. high tariffs along the road which is map- ped qut for it The protection of the nierests of the masses will the duty of the Opposition. We, have no reason to draw a jarison between the attitude of those who are working against British pre- ference und, the loyalty label which they assumed for themselves for party purposes before the election. This is Up to Him (Winnipeg Free Press.) W. T. spectacular rUo (O.'H Cabinet position IB certainly the great est romance of Ily kind in tho politi- cal htetnry of Of course, on- ly the first chapter'has been written ns yet: It with Mr. White to do- Lerminv wbnt ihe rest of the volume will be. A SIrt-up of Cochrane (Toronto Telegram, Tory.) Hon. Frank Coclitaue is no friend to (ither public rights or public iwnershlp. And the strategist who irought Bounina Into Ontario is a Ine adviser to serve ay dictator to James Whitney us the noblosi of this province, and fts chiel Cabinet maker to-the Premier of Ca Hon. R. L. Borden! Yields to the Interests lOaljmry News-Telegram.) The question will be asked, why oes Borden give White tbe most nporiaiu portfolio In the Cabinet? 'ho answer will not be given by nOr- en, whose gift-of silence is one of s most notabte attributes, but those electors who answer it in their own minds, will'not hesitate to conclude that "the interests" are getting, their pay for their uBJsttince In "the recant elections. This is the only reasonable explanation. The forces that have created the {plain, even to the casual observer. 0 Hail Insurance NE of the matters th'at shonM flantl is subject to, the owner would engage the attention of the AI-! he entitled to Insurance money should bertu Legislature, v.-hen .it I haiTstfike him, the only thing being necessary to do bslng to make the meets next month, is that of hail in- surance. The Herald has "already out- lined its suggestion as io the best way to -provide for this insurance. If quarter section, of land, wheth- er- cultivated or not, paid a small amount annually, there would be suf- ficient to pay an amount worth while, say per acre, when the crop is harled out. As U is now, the amount of insurance paid is hardly worth white going fo the bother of getting insured for. But If every quaiter sec- tion were taxed for hail insurance, then there wpuld be -no necessity to take out any Insurance papers or pay any -premiums. If the taxes were paid along with the oth'ar .taxes the authorities aware that the crop had been damaged or destroyed by hail, and have the authorities pay over th-o insurance. This system not only would be eas- ily worked, -being really automatic in its action, b.ut it would be eminently fair. Tire owners of u-ncultivated land, in measure, enjoy the profits from the cultivation of land in their neighbor- hood, and Its is only right that they should bear their share of the burden of taxation. hind is cul- tivated someone else will be helping to pay their loss should the hail strike them. Calgary Stung CALGARY awakes from its dreams of great prosperity ay n result of the decision of the Canadian Pacific Railway dir- ectors to'place the Western carahops there, only to find that it has been. At a meeting of the Calgary City Council yesterday, F. W. Peters, who is the newly appointed' right hand man of the Western Vice-Presi- dent, .and just come from headquart- ers at Montreal, announced, to the Council that in return for locating the there, the company would ask the city to sign a perpetual ag- grcemeiit binding- its'alt'to bear 1 he cost of all subways and all 'level prd overhead crossings for all time to come i To the average intelligent man, that demand more or less than a deliberate hold-tip. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, in his report to the directors- of the company, said that the location of Calgary wag from the standpoint of economy and management. If that is the case, why does the company come along now and try to, hold up '.he city for what will'amount to ;is much as ihe benefit they will shops there? get from having the Such-an aqtion by any company is an outrage that should not be tolerat- ed .either by law or public opinion. The City Council and the people of Calgary would be justified in telling the compagiy to their shops and put them some place where tue peo- ple are willing to hand over the whole city to the company. The demand of the C.P.R. on Calgary can hardly be estimated, but it will mean an expend- "ture of from a hundred thousand to five hundred thousand dollars a year. Even half, that amount would he an .ini-easonable -toll to pay for having the shops located in the city. The law" should prohibit such hold- ipa by any company. If the C. P. R. .hink-it is to their advantage to lo-j cate their. shops in Calgary, they should do ap for their own sakes, aud if they want to be bribed to locate them they should have named their price before they announced what they were going to do. Their action towards Calgary -will be resent- ed not paly ,by. Calgary, but by every selfTrespecLing communiCy, The strongest public censure of the com- pany' is the least of the punishments it deserves for adopting such tactics Leave-Taking of Laurler (Hamilton Herald, Ind.) H would be untrue, as well as .un- to say that nothing in can- nectfon with Sir Wilfrid Laurfer's pre- miership of Camilla became him so well as the leaving of it. And yet his of taking leave of his high office was eminently becoming. Sum monhig; the privy council clerks, he addressed to them a ,few graceful words of thanks and appreciation of their services and promised to do what he could to promote their wel- fare. After a few cheery words of parting to tbe --newspaper men, he drove along to Kictau. Hall to place his resignation hi the bunds of the governor-general, and to recommend, his Excellency to call upon Mr. Bor-. den to undertake tire formation of a ministry. The last hour of Sir frid'a premiership was marked by che dignified simplicity, the 'uffaffect- ed grace of word and demeanor, the cheerfulness antl kindness, which dur- ing the last fifteen years have endear- ed him to many of his political foes as well as to .his The Turn of the Fifties (.Montreal Herald.) This Cabine-t was nearly all born iu the fifties; Mr.' Borden in 1854, Mr: UohVrty in 1855, Mr. rturreftl In 1S5S; -Mr. Cfothjers In" 1850, Mr. Nantel in 1S57, Mr. Reed in 3859, air. Pelletier in 1858, Mr, Hughes in 1853, Mr. Monk in.1856, Mr. Cochrane in 1852. Mr. Roche in 1859. .Mr. Hazen is just out of the class, .being born in Mr. Foster is, over the.lin-s on tbe oth er side, being born- in 1847, and 'so is the Nestor of- the Cabinet, fie the new Finance Minister, Mr. White, who is in his early forties, is its jun- ior. It B worth thinking that on- ly o'ne of the lot dates hack, beyond 1850. H .nyeans, no doubt, that most of the others who date from the fifties are seeing their "chance for .Cabinet honors slip away.' There are quite a nflmber of them among tbe'.men who Porting itttelf Hlncf the elevtloni'wltb tt dignity new to Thf propriety of recent edn'tluct Ii ex Ifvuiely lia'y something on its mind, which way be a portfolio, pr which may tho symptoms in- No other; diuvnoflla 'is pot- slblo. It ploaiant for every- xidy. !t prxiSw for Air. liordou 'or Sir for Hou Frank Cochrano, for Hon. Hober togecti, for Mr. I'erley. for nil thoue vho future cnlleaaueB of Mr laoleun, or. wbojimy help .Mr. Mac eiui to be a futura colleague liefrs. Never before had the Woild he kindly beaming eye, the t smile, the genial word, which iguish It now, und, impart to Its jc a homely attractiveness more IWMBing than mere beauty aver If Mr. .Maclean bocpmes minister f aarlculture, wu may confidently the Industry.of farming to bo Many men have left tliu arm; Mr. Maclean wont to it.' Some men uru born farmers; Mr. Maclean became one from choice, and we sub- mit that a man may Ite a sounder, a more convinced farmer if his intellect led him !o adopt -the industry, than if lie bad become ono merely became the stork dropped him down a farm- house chimney in his holp'lcsH iafun'cy. is a great dea'i that, Mr. Mac- ean wo.uld do for aRrlculture that your born farmer would not even think of. It was said tliai Dr. Mont ague, when mlbister of agriculture FOR SATF 1 160 nri-cs in Township ll.'Knnge 21, W. payment plan. 640 acit's in Township 12, Hange "22, aca-s umler cullivation: snap at per ficrc...' 320 neips, m Township 13, W. 4; land; nil plow. per aero.'" i% loom hilly modem hoiibc, close in. Easy' terms. 50 125 on London Rotul, Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 didn't get -called. There is' F. wring cohiniunitj'. returns from for Shepherd and the approval of the Sifton administration. Sifton has done well for Letbbridge and Lethbridse will do for Sifton by returning Shepherd in" his. sup- porter in the legislature. Titrko-ItRliRn war has been i by Ihe Philadelphia-New f York utr.ugEle. Sunken warships, are Dot )n It with stolen baaeK. Canada has a roynl welcome for Its royal governor-general. The Duke of Comianght find Canada mm Empire and Drilbh A government that doing good work deservfta some expression of appreciation. Vote for Shepherd and Slftoa. Maclean, fon instance, who is of the clasg of '54; and Andr'ew Broder, '45; and Mr' '52. IfwIK be from the clafises of the 'GO'S and the '70's that men will find their way into the cabinets of the future. Jollying Billy Maclean (Toronto Several Conservative newspapers seem to'expect that Mr. F. lean. M. P., will.be made Minister of AgricAilture in Ulr. Borden's 'Cabinet. There, may be something; jn it. Mr. Maclean's newspaper has been com- was attempting an experiment wliic owing to the defeat of the Co Iu .They sa! ttiat lie was of the that b crossing the Cocbin China 'hen wit the jack-rabbli a breed of fowl con! be raised which would lay fur-covere -ggs, specialfy suited to the seven es of northern climate. It inns Je confessed that for fifteen year mder a Liberal 'administration al such experiments have been neglects If Mr. Mac-Sean iakes "bold of .thj lepartment we may fairly expect tha human ingenuity will again be ap Plied to all such -promising problems For instance, we may expect io see the m'ilking machines come into erul use. Its possibilities" Ire would be sure to test. Already he is on recori aAvocating the application of electric ity to the operation of the m'ilking machine. If the of.. pniario could be milked by electricity inateac of by steam, tbe saving in coal alone wo.uld, as he says, be "an important Item., Nor is 'there -anything Impos- sible in his claim that 'cows can led from the mc-3t distant'pasture wireless. So many things have come to pass which 'were, a genera; tion ago. impossible, that no sensible man that'any Maclean Tocates. are impossible! They may ave other things with them but. not that. When h-e is minister of agriculture Mr. Maclean wiil see ibat every farm house has a telephone, H railway sta ;tion of its own, and tljat-each; town-, ship owns enough steajn to all the plowing required jn the muni- cipality. There be rural postal delivery' on every- cdipicesaioa and sideline, but the revolution win be caused by electricity, :which wi'il do nearly all the'work now duns- sily done by horses. If a field is not producing a good Hon. -Mr. Mac- lean will teach th-a farmer how to I bring out his and give -t soil an electric injection which delight and astonish it into lujji fertility. .He will show the farmer ho every oil. a fence shou be .used by a farmer in telephoning hired men, while li'ttle our agriculturists yet know The- -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 "Just POT g Joke' out kiud 'of tree can inad'a to grow apples, hi nore Much of the'discontent which r exists on the farm will, no doubt, b removed, if.Mr. Maclean is made mln isrer of agriculture. i-fis tha the farm should appeal to the aeathe !c taste is a sound oue. It is trii that unsightly stumps disfigure man i rural scene, and it cannot be that if (he tops of these wer hollowed out, filled with an planted with -jome Howeriag -vliws, th' result in sumtiier would be pieaefni to the eye of autoinobiljats. However, if Mr. Maclean.gets hi por-lfolio, tirme wlH show which of-hli i ore sound and which vUionary, Southern Alberta alremjy cap- tured :many of fhe btst it the fry Farming Congress. In tow (la.vg It will be learned that. It hi> capttiredthg Congress Two weeki from tomorrow Is etec- tlon day when the great majority of Ihe electors of this city will vote for Shepherd r.ot only for hk own is a Mil. also for tliR' nuke of the covernt7ifnt whtcb I tins given Alborlu aid efflc- 'lent service olncc'it'took odlw, THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Up. Reserve Eund S3 BhANCHEg. IN CANADA AND AGENTS 'AND CORRE3- PONDENTS IN ALL FARTS OK THE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of fl and upwurdi received. Interest ft.lowed from of deposit at htgliest current Bank' endeavors to give prompt and intelligent s attention to all business and your account. Lcriibridgo Jiraucii, K. D. Manager. .Labor Troubles viewing baseball games, at times "we note with great "dislike A who labopo not at all, yet goes out on a strike. Education are learning econo- mics in the stock market. we shall have to geography in Tifrkey Mr.- Foster, 'I'll ask the Boss ter "Lemma drivs the hearso.' 'Who'lj bear'the. pall' .Bennett. 'Let's bury Him in the E'snate, And we'jl all bear the pall" Colcn all those Turkish; shipg aahore, no doubt the statement'! true Their colors may be but., it makes a navy blue. Alphabetical Quartet A ia-for ,the steed a 1a mote. U is for Us. jw we speed o'er tbe .-road. T-is for Tubes, and Tonneaus and Tires O ig'the Outlay ibe Outfit requires. Her Travelling It was just after the-apple epieode fortunate it occurrerf: 'alson of the remarked Eve .when- the are of such stun 'Thereupon she picked a new own. POLITICAL REPARTEE IN MORRIS (.Winnipeg Free Press 1 Half doren of the moit acine in Aloms were stand ing rn a'group on the strce' thare IPS disoqsslne the neu Dominion Cabinet One of them holding a neu ipaper cojtal_ning the names or the men bv' Mr Borden to be his colleagues In the government and they all bending over it acthe Uberals cain% tlona' what do you think of asked the man who M'as holding the paper, with in hJs voice. :'Slmilar from the others.of. the by >ij- choice made by the new prime min- ister in picking his ministers; 'The strongest. government tlm country has ever had." the man' ivjth the paper, holding toward the two Liberals. One M the latter rated in slhehco at the list uf names. "Splendid! Great he sa'id, at last The Conservatives showed tbelr at bis satisfaction. "You've got to admit, sail) man with the. paper, more than ever. continued the Liberal; "It. is very gratifying, indeed, .that Mr. Horden found it necessary to trust .he handling of the money to the'life-, ong Liberal, Mr. White, whom he has selected to be finance inin'iatvr In "orence to any Conservative.' And then the two Liberals walked, in, laughing louder, than the others iad been a few before. TOLp VgRSE The latest nrltiih mall brings a opy of the >Berlfner Tagebiatt, Kala- r Wjlhelm's favorite home journal, on'taing the followlcg'tpltiphlc efru- on in bord-er "Who killed Cock uid Reciprocltj, without'a trace of killed Cock I.nilrier." "VT'hO him die" S'l." wld Mr. Bordtn, "And I certify accordln'. "I saw him die." "Wlio'M he tald Mr. I'erley. Who lookii the part fairly, Tho' a cabinetmaker. "Who'll toll Ihe says Spronle, "Just fo malts Home hav.'l, "I'll tool Ihe bell." "Who'll drive tire NORDIC A Myrbn W. Whitney, Barao Rornayne Simrnonv, Pianist Majestic Theatre Saturday, October 28 Plan open for Subscribers for, sale on Prices and Monday at Rochon's Every seat reserved ;