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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBKIDG.E DAILY II lift Wednesday. October Ki, 19.12 FtETHBRlC EST Publlihed by thn Lelh evenlne Its office, DAILY ABLISHLD DECEMBER bridge Herald Publishing xth. Street, Lethbrlclge, A W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAVLE JOHN TORRANCE Business 1907 Co Ltd., every lawful certa, j Editorial, Reportprlal And Department Advertising Circulation And Job Departments SUBSCRIPTION Me. 1 month. mull 25c. Addresses as oftfti ilcsh-eil. but both new and old atldrt'psw must sivwii. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT LethbrldO' Hctl Cross Priis Medicine L. Jt. Hotel; J'railo s Drug- L. nnnooke Kenny Allm. Youns Co.: R. W. Dru8 Co. Hamilton. Vancouver, B. World Wlilo plnclier E. J. Mitchell; News Westl.ike iilMtH Fernie, B. C Al'sc all C.P.R. WEEKLY ami contain? in siJvaiKf j months in I __ if lie creels a uniting plant tu inuntli have mado the school pupils up home grown product. Ami ho Umt hothbi'idgc u veritably passes out tlio vory mark Unit Soullieni Alberta bnrlcy is lltllo bettor tbaii any other. Noth- ing sick about those Kentlmonts. Pinc'her Creek fellows art1 lifter nuns of jirinori at Ihe Congress. j They otifilu to sumo of thorn a fairly tfjUu There arc politics and politics. I That Macdoimld election was a pretty fiiir ilisplay of iho latter, Likewise j more is a dilferonee between politic- ians iind statesmen. Niinaimri sent a couple of "dry fanners" to ilie Congress. Xanaimo lias the Tight spirit; even with fifty inches of rainfall annually they be- lieve in fanning mot hods. Tho roiinc.il decided on another half holiday yesterday. They arc get- ting generous. One can hnrtily be- llevo that .so many of them are con- ic stepping down from tho gubernatorial sanctum nest year. The city council yesterday decided that tho new city charier 'was as big bito us they cared to iackie in one meeting, without, being by! anything else. It is n rather for mid. able looking document. Help the Terpsifet'e And (in toil of all will come Hallowe'en. Surely their ol Joy is running over. Tho old ex-Koldior whit takes pride enough in hlw wheat to put a bag of it on his shoulder nml come all tin way from SutiKaU.'liOivan to exhibit, il. is tho kind of man who will make Western Canada tho granary of the world. That is tho sort of slut'i good fanners are made of. Tho Duko and Dry-Fanning Ocn-1 gress and Thanksgiving all in one The question of the, Let water supply has been brought 10 a head at last. It is time the council was deciding whether the peopln should drink the present supply for two or three years more, and wail for a Knivity system, cr distal a filtration plant, and wait until ilu- city is some- what larger .before uoing to tlm mill- ion dollar expense of thy former al- ternate. Thai was a striking commentary on the difference between U-reat Brit- ain and the United States by Mayor (Jiiynor when he stated that tli'ero were more people shot by fanatics In ilie. United Suites in five years than in Great Britain In live hundred years. There is much freedom across the line, wo are always told, but ac- cording to (he. New York mayor free- dom with the gun well to the fere. L "j tnrn.vi; ox THE IDEA of JL tho Queen oi the Ury- Knraiintc Congress, 'yijii :iie ai- Tcrpsifete, a happy scheme 'TS becoming realised. Apart from the Ageac-ra! interest jivoused, the plan is an opportunity for every c'iii- >y.en of Lethbridge to come Eonvaril small financial help by purchas- tickets, in clearing away the deb! ion the huge auditorium erected to jfulfil a need which the ocr-ssion de- I'iman.led. Now is the time for every- who values the importance of the: exposition to his city to come for-j r'Avard, and take his and her share in towards its success. j The burden rind heat of the day in] Hireparing for the Congress have been, j so far, left to the comparatively H will therefore be an act of grace on the part of eae-ii to show his appreciation for These labors by coming forward voluntarily in aiding towards the financial necessities. The Congress should have, and no doubt has, its. appeal to one and all. a duty, therefore, rests with them to further, as fiir as each one individually can, the efforts of others. The Terpsifete should be. what it is intended to he. a crowning success and everything to make it so sliGii! be not neglected. In working for Ms or her particular choice of Congress Queen, the fact should uot be over- looked that, every display of interest and activity means doing one's part in a great boost for Libelling the R.N.W.M.P. rpHE STA-XDAIID gives it .as.its opinion that the Royal Mounted Police has outlived its and that the old siiirit is1 gone. The only ground on "which it -appears to have based its-conclusion that crime has been lately much in increase in the west. The accusation is not fair to a force, against which no par Lieu-Jar-instance- eau be named it has in any way departed ifroin the lines in which it lias come ito fie trfKliUonrUly regarded. The name of the Mounted Police Stands tfulay much as it ever did. If ,'crime has increased, it is not-tin-ouch (the fault or want of vigilance of the 'corps, -but through tho fact that the 'country has become more densely 'populated. With the increase of population miusf. necessarily come an iincreas-e of crime, and that it baa not jtvxccejded its ratio is a tribute to the 'H. N: W. M. P. Ko far -as physique and morale are concerned the force is as it always i-was. The recent arrests and punish- ments of criminals for crimes of. hi seme cases, long standing, show that vigilance--which-hos ever charac- terized the corps is still unabated. Units, or a mere handful, in large territories inhabited b3" thousands, they still preserve lav; and order by the magic of their name. H is true there has been some diffi- culty in obtaining recruits for the force, but so far as remuneration Is concerned money has a less value in these days than years ago. But this fact does not make any difference in the material, but rather, if anything, brings in men who value the service more than, the pay. The criticism accorded a force syn- onymous with all that is best in the history of the west shows bad taste on the part of the Regiua journal. The C.P.R. New Issue MAKING THE RICH RICHER is the outcome of method of financing' adopted by the di- of the C. P. R. in dividing its -'new issue of among its shareholders. It is all very well to the argument thnt the ?17n is a matter of compen- for the decline in market value their holdings. it'i may be true that the sagging of tithe market will bring the present of down to and so Rut. there is another looking at the matter, apart purely "financial" point of .view. It dops not require much show- ing toisee that the millionaire share- holder'ia in a position to purchase say a'thousand new shares and disposing of them at the reduced price of ?1M5, make a clear profit of by, so to speak, the twirl of a thumb, The needy ones who have to foot trip bill .in the matter of transportation ratos cannot look complacently on how easily the path is made for wealth to wealthier at his expense. If he becomes a Socialist for the mo- ment who will say that he is without excuse? "With the present agitation for de- creased freight rates the fight be- comes harder, when the big dividend lias to be earned on the Increased capitalization. The company had the power to obtain the money for the needs it deems necessary by the sell- ing of.bonds. In choosing its present method it was a case of its stock- holders first, -and the public second. The-matter Is a national OIIP; it cannot but be regarded otherwise, and it is one the government of Canada should not fail lo take serious notice of. Canada's prosperity, and particularly that of the west, depends on cheap transportation. This only 'be effected by the rail way ch taining cheap money. Its present method is far and away from this. THAT DRAMATIC SPEECH OF "SUSPENDER JACK" M'GEE (lllchnnl-IIiirdine Davis Iu Chicago i ".Shall I iihii tho Tribune) wiiisiiereii Mr. Xo one knew the roan bin for tlie I "Von whispered back Woml-j days in which he had .been wan-1 "ile'a right to sixjak." THE STANDAR COMPANY Real Estate and love OWNERS OF MORNSN Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 two tiering around'the corridor of the On-! At the same inmiiont ilie secretary ondiiga house, every one hail noticed him. lie was a tall, lean young man with a typical Yankee face, keen and clean shaven. He looked very much like the pictures of the late Wilbur Wright. Around -his neck, cowboy fashion, he wore a red -bandanna Ker- chief.' Had Been Regarded a Joke On his head was a cowboy som- brero, around "which was wrapped an- other red bandanna.- Later, the dele- gates learned that he was John Mc- Gee. or "Suspender ex-cowboy, ex-cavalryman. ex-mounted police- man. He gained his title of "Sus- pender Jack" when a bucking pony, he was riding broke its bridle, and he used his suspenders to bring it back to camp. It is not unfair to add. that to those who had seen "Suspender Jack" ges- ticulating in the hotel grinning groups of delegates and traveling salesmen, the then unknown man in the cowboy makeup was regarded as something of a joke. When he stood upon the platform the delegates could see, in pantomine, that the cowboy was disputing the right of Woodruff to speak, and that lie proposed to make a speech him- self. And the delegates would not have it. Just as fiercely as they hooted Tv'oodruff, they (Tied to howl down the intruder. Refuses to be Howled Down .Mr. .McGee refused to be howled down. To learn if he really were a delegate, the secretary ran his finger down the lists, and while he did so Mr, Straus, in the tone one would use to a drunken man or a wayward child, soothingly asked the stranger what he wanted. MT. McGee replied that he wanted to make a nomination. "Whom do you wish to asked Mr. Straus. "I won't tell said Mr. McGee. Mr. Straus turned Governor Woodruff. for advice to also whispered to -Mr. Straus. John McGee. he informed the chair. man, was an accredited delegate and entitled to be heard. Meanwhile, ail tlie other delegates were howling for the vote. Fi-owniug impatiently, ill'. Straus j drew fortli his watch and showed it i to "Suspender Jack." Shaking his j finger impressively at that unwelcome young man, ho 'warned him he could j speak for just live minutes and no more. Mr. Straus could not know that in his long and honor.ihie career those next five for him would be tiie live impulse he-would always best Suspender .fafik threw his sombrero on tho platform aiid" began to make history. At first the delegates could not dis- tinguish he said, .because every one 'thefn howling Above the tumult those few who chose to listen could hear disjointed sentences. One was; "I am going to nominate'a man of national fame. And 1 cannot say en- ough in praise of 'Mr, Hotchkiss or Mr. Prendergast." And then: "But the man I will name will draw you all together and sweep New York from Lake Erie to Montauk Still they would not. listen. HUH, the tali, lanky figure, 'with the eyes of a fanatic and the gestures of a stump orator implored them to hear him. "I have no political he begged, "but remember, gentlemen, remember, that the cackle of the geese saved Ir. was a tine line. H waa a splen- did appeal. It caught the fancy of the delegates. For the iirst time the reixvrters raised their eyes and re- garded the speaker with curious terest. There was r. sudi'-on, puzzled silence. j And in that, silence ".Suspender! IMMEDIATELY Bountiful Henderson Lake on north mid west. LoHibridge's. Iligli-t'lass .Residential District. This will be vour last, opportunity lo purchase the very best In- wide: Residential'property low prices and -easiestof (crnis. Prices from to fiOO per lot. Terms: One third cash, balance iu one and two years, interest at eight per cent. iHill-parYn-iilavs at the office of Wilson Skeitfa Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 threw at the convention the Bury advised the fanners name of the ex-ambassador, the ex- member of the cahinet, Oscar 5. Straus. What followed does not now need to be told. It was one of the moat. remarkable stampedes ever witnessed in a convention. In a flash every delegate saw that "Suspender "Wlien the Brewery cannot i water to make malt, how c people he expected to takr? it t .Without any of the lixinjjs? If the shooting of Teddy bring? tlie {Progressive cause votes, William Howard Taft v.-ill be prayin- for :i 9ike fate if it brings similar results. The big interests of the L'nil fid States have been calling Roosevelt h Socialist, but that crazy Milwaukee didn't class him so. 'A new city hnll and a filtration that filters is the next need of That will 'be Homothint? for the next council to worry almui. it is hard to toil who was Hie Event- cr martyr in the eyes of thr: Ameri- can [ui'Mte Wood or Col. llOOriftVf'H. Ten thousand Turks were captured a coupk- of days aao. Thnt oughi to out tlie- Thanksgiving fenlivi- in the Itjilkans. Whhout. in seem hard- hearted, our old friend Teddy will now have ;L chance to think about how much the wild nnlmnla his last African hunting trip. Manager fiick of tho Brewery will malie himself slrons with tlie fanners of Momhorn "I? VERY part of every Fit-Reform Suit is tailored by an artist a this part of the workmanship. It is Artistic Tailoring that has done so much to make Fit-Reform the wonderful success it is. Have you seen the latest fall styles in Fit-Reform Suite? the unbossed, the the stone which the builders would have rejected, had himself supplied the corner stone. Led Thsm Out of the Shadow With ou'e blew lie had broken the deadlock. He had led them out of the shadow: lie had given them a candidate who couid not be beaten. That Mr- Straus shook his head vio- lently, that in protest he waved his arms in dissent, did not avail. Ke hud been able to say "no" to the ar- gumenrs of the party leaders; to the i thundering appeals of 2000 unbossed I delegates he could not say no. Below him men tore the Bounty standards frem their sockets and brandished them in his face, the wo- men delegates stood on chairs and cheerad him, tho band burst into :t militant, hymn. Leaping u> the phi- form, Hotchkiss, through a mega- phone, withdrew his own name. In- stantly AVoodniff withdrew the name of Prendergaal movod thai, the nomination of Straus he made by ac- clamation. j And with tears rimnin.? down his cheeks, Mr. Straus nodded his head. U is safe to prophesy that Urn five he so grudgingly gave to "Susjjemler Jack" will in turn give io New York the ablest governor H has known alncn Orover Cleveland and Theodore (looseveil- to store j their grain and went so far as to re- commend ii particular kind of portable bin. Out. this storing of yrain by tha farmers is, .according-to the general manager of a Canadian Bank, all uroiig. In a despatch to the Toronto Glebe from its ..Montreal correspond- McKELVIE McGUIRE, ent, the banker iu question is qnoted j as follows: "I do not: think it would bef wise to I so amend the Hank Act that farmers i could set loans on their grain 'before shipfiing it to elevators. As the law is lor Thu best small town hotel In Alberta for sale at a bargain. LEFFINGWELL, Owner, at present the farmer must market hi a grain at once in order to get his mon- ey. This is good policy, as it compels the farniFT to he prompt in payment of his bills. If he were encouraged to hold his grain and borrow money on it there is.no telling when he'would soil and meet, his obligations. he sells his wheat, pays his bills to retail they in turn pay the not be met. promptly, our credit would suffer. Then the hanks have and couid not go on lend- ing money imieh'nkely to farmors, it is far better to get (he grain out of i IKS country at onua'aad let the 'other Now' the intoi-esr charges, sior- iige and hi.ssna through shrinkage. eU1. The farmers 'would in i their wholesaler, and (he latter tho lons nm wheat." What follow (h? run! the money is thus kept in circu- lation." Another bauUer, according lo the same' Tanner to do? Is lie l :ulvies of the railway cciii panh-s and store his or is lie to put himself right, with the bankers "The fanner.is too prone to borrow! ;ind ship his grain UK it.'is, and no government legislation j :U any rato. (he railway compani rliunid be passed which would eneour- j thr> one wny or the bo [Kirilonrd fcr in the ge liliii to become more of a borrow- er. The only we can our in- terest charges to Great Britain for our or crop shipnms I'K thoy artcd in loans is by If far-} the past and suit ihcir own iiif.rs stored their grain our bills would I and ccuvniicnco. A Conflict of Advice (Winnipeg Kree f'ross) One wonders indeed where the west- ern farmer would land if tried to follow the advice which is being: freely and sratuuou.sly showered upon him. It will he remembered that during the shortage of last, winter it ,wjis limuulcd into the farmers Hint they could not expect tho railway compan- ies to move the crop in the spuco of two or (hrcc months. IIr. Bury, general manager of the C. V K.'s western lines, emphasized tli MI ability of tlif> in an oflicut! e.vjjhiiuilion of the car Mr. ARE YOUR SUSPENDERS ;