Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
'THE LETHBKIPQF DAILY Tuesday. October 17, ,1011 LETHBGE HERALD 1 PuHito.d by Thi Lethbrldge Publlthlni Co. .....brli r, Sixth Str.el, Albert. .Can, W. A. 'Director and Editor PHONE; pHONt: Aliverii.inB Circulation'and Job Dfpti. 1252 toitorlnl, Rtportorinl, and 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered months delivered S mouths, delivered 1 mouth, delivered fl.OO ft. 00 ,35c. Addresses changed 1 year, by uiail........ motithn, by mall ......I1.W 1 month, by mail !5c i often as desired, but both new and old 'dresses slven- THE WEEKLY HERALD.: Published every Wednesday in eight or more and contain! a summary of the news of the week, local and district 50c. 1 year in advance..... 11.50 C mouths, iu advance 75c. 3 months, fu advance Cross Drus ft Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People't Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie B. THE DAILY HERALD TOR SALE AT Medicine Crjnbrook, B. Beattie Atchlnson. L. Reiucka. Diamond City-r-Diamond city Drug Co. Vancouver. B. C. World Wide News Co.. Brown 219 4th St. Jamieson Newt Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alto on ill C. P. R. Traina honor to (he memory ol one of tin pioneers of the in-'WesU'ri Canada. Dr. 'Koberlstm is worthy II.. Me was a great and good man. When tin' Sifton stale the case for Hit government (hoy will wonder why the Cqnst'rviiUtTs- are luittint; up mtv opposition, Ur. Stewart-is but he is wearing siiiolii'il: glasses llitw days and can't- set' tho good ilutt 'is in tiie oihrr fellow. N Thinfc Italy and Jerusalem 1 rpHE NEWS that Italy will J_ niand the cession of Jerusalem and tire Holy Land as imleimi t'icaiion for war expenses, sounds like a return to mediaeval history All th-3 glamor and the romance of Crusades seem to be restored to :the modern century. The causes j which led to thf.se wars have been pi t I down to two prime reasons, moral innd social. The first derived from re- i ligiou-j sentiments and creed, the sec- ond to the taste for lexeitetneTt ongst' the energetic spirits who chaf- ed against the narrow limits of the feudal system. The analysis of ynsi fliifl present motives is worthy of study. It cannot be said that they are the same. The tendency of tlie civilization of Europe in the Agea was -to the Cius- r ndes led to expansion. Whether Italy is led by this motive it is somewhat difficult to ass.ume. On the surface there "appear two reasons tor her pro- posed action. The one seems uncom- monly like a salVe to her conscience in making' reparation to the Vatican fpr the seizure of the Papal states. other a show of altruism to cover apj.earance of aggression which present hcatilities might indicate. If the ultimate result of the wnr with i'urkey means the complete annexa- tion of Tilnoll then the projected gift of Jerusalem looks uncommonly like i sop to Cerberus. Whether the reconciliation .of thv Vatican and tlie Qnirinal, with its trend towards bringing religion into J. L; In Stcund Place (Toronto Tetegram.) 'line was Sam P. i principally .known io fame James L.'s brother, but now James I, Hughes mint go thundering down Hit ages as Hon. Sam's Consistency (Edmonton Capital.) Conservative papers whlc.ll.a month igo were charging Sir Wilfrid Lam- er with disloyalty are now offering him the "-high commissionership. 'Ain't it funny n difference ust a few A Colony of Candidates (L'dmontou Buletin.) Some of the defeated Liberal camli- ates from Ontario are coming west to a more congenial political atmos- phere. If they all come they will be numerous enough to found quite a larite colony. N politics, will tend io the .general good is a moot point. The acquis- tion of' Jerusalem, which Is saci'ed :o all Christian -beliefs, by one par- .icular creed, may be'-the cause of re- igious jealoiisi'es. The :orily reason or hoping that Italy may obtain her emands is that it would mean the irogress of civilization. This 'will, lowever, have to be guaranteed. The Reason (Prncher Creek Echo.) ''Why don't you come to llorild.) It it and wlt-nacrlflclnn p tlordon C. Wllwn to offer his neat to Hon., Prank Coehratie. But Ihe senimioh of in the House of Coimnons1 Is not Air. miioll'i to sive. -Thiit'is a gift-which oiily tb'e of'tt'eutworth can 'best II IK. just pOBBikjtt that tho H ors of don't want to be in Parliament by the Hon. Borden Recognlzct Bad Ideali (Toronto Olobe.) Kor the first time In a Cablimi ning thu Dominion of Canada, Yetich-Camulian Nationalism Is repre- sented. And what are the ideals of >'raieh-Cahadtan Nationalism'? niand in Lo Natloniiiiate put thorn thus: "When, wo shall bo sliffU ciently 'lutnyro'us nud strong, the I'Vanco-Amcrican race will also wins its flight, independent and unmixed, to play in Ihe new woi'id the glorious and Biib'iiine role played in Kurope by 1'Yance." Outer Heiuu.v, the hrllllant editor of L-3 Devoir, writing iu La Ver-' Ite, expressed the same ideal ill lan-.j Te less verbose autl more direct, said: "We believe thy constitu- tion of an autonomous French State is our logical destiny." Mou holding such [deals have .no place in a govern- neiit that believes iu Canada that shall remain a fre-a nalion wilhln Empire. FOR SALE 100 ncros in pnynihnt [iliui. 040 acres in To unship L'L', 4'; 400 acres niiclivr ciillivalion; ,i simp a! 00 per ncrc. 320 acres in 12, Range 4; raw land; all jileaiii per 4 0 room fully modem house. cJusc in; "Easy terms. 50 x :l2r> on London Hoad SI.O'tQ _ 'v Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone "Just fur a Joke" is the slogan of the Board o Trade in that village. "Because Pi clier Creole 13 just sixty miles away, will be the smiling reply of severa thousand people as soon as the Ua nadian Northern 'builds into town The Ecumenical Conference THC VIEWS expressed ill _the de-jadd much to the usefulness of these liberations- the .Conference j -One of the speakers're- in Toronto, if carried jnto ef- ferred to the present as being the tect, will do much towards the pub- lic welfare.-' The subjects taken up hav-3 been important social ones, which lend In their proper develop- ment towards the elevation of man- kind; Amoijg the matters discussed was the way in- which the family altar is neglected. Attention was drawn to the fact that fathers takis little inter- est in the religious training of their children. The meeting deplored this altitude, and put up a strong plea for tire religions training of the yo.ung brat of times. No doubt they are, but from' theJ necessity-; of the remarks 'there is room .to question whether the old-tima'habit of family devotion is as general as-it-might -se. The important subject of "young people's recreations" was discussed. This is a matter which is I'ecc'ivljig much attention ill the present day. is well that it shouldf for in "the ei couragement of wholesome amuse ment, much can be done in the Influ enc'ing of youthful character, a-nd it ia an attractive way of so doing. The Clarenceville swell. Itielf (Ottawa Free Press.) The village of Clarenceytlle. (Jue Dec, ought to be a proud plact today It is not often that so smart a placo [irovides two members of the same Cabinet. Both Messrs. Kemp and Co- chraue.were horn there. Good Reaion. (Winnipeg Tribune.) E. Maunsell, B large, stock ranch- er, of llacleod, sold heild of cat- tle the other day. and figures that he lost J21.00I) by reason of the closed market along, the Amf yet the East wonders why' the WcsJ was for l in the home. wel'L for there! arrangements for the modes of reere Is a tendency on the part of some par: ents to shirk this responsibility. a'tion by adults, and an Interest tak In. item, add ranch to their lirowlng it very often on the should- cj- for good. Altogether the resull ers of Sunday schools. Sunday schools are necessary, and fulfil au uxcei- lent purpose, hut instead of relying on these'alone for spiritual guidance for children, their neetl-j should be I supplemented by the influences at bonre. By doing this, parents would of the Conference will tend to bring the cburcli and (he people together. The church 'realizes the value of the layman -in furthering its endeavors. li is only by the uniting of th'e two in a common effort that success can be attained. Factless Opposition THE OPPONENTS of the Sifton Kovernmeiit are making some wild and extravagant state- ments, concerning the misdeeds of the government, hut as yet they have given no specific instances. Not once yet has any opponent of the adminis- tration bevsn able to point to any om act, and say it was extravagant, ill i judged, or .iinfslr. They make intimations that the pro- j vince is in debt beyond what 11 should f be, but. Ihey do not put forth any i proof to substantiate the insinuation. j Some arc even fool'ish enough to say that tlie province should not be in debt at all. It is a queer province, municipality or business firm that i does not go into debt to carry on its business. There is no other way of doing it ,if one is to do all the busl- 1 ness of which he Is capable. I.eth- bridge city is in and it Is safe to say that there is. not a progressive firm in the city that is not indebt. In these bye-election campaigns there is an absence of one cry that overy'citizien should rejoice to ace el- iminated, and that IB the old cry That the government is discriminating in favor of the north'and against the south. No such charge can be brought against the Sifton government, from either end of the province. It has hail fair and impartial dealing, aa one of its leading characteristics. The the government say that any part of the prov- ince" has been neglected. If things must remain undone for a time In one Part, it is the sanm in all other parts of the province as well. Roads, brid- ges, telephone Hues, new exchanges, public buildings, and ail the affairs of the government have been dealt with In this way. No government could have done more during the time it has 'been In than has the Sifton govern- ment, and it is entitled to the support of the electors of Lcthbridge, as weW is of the other conatititencics which arc to vote in the bye-elections. A vole for Shepherd is a vote for a good irogressivo government, the best the province has ever had, and much su- perior to any that could take its place .hoilld It be defeated. But Not in .Llndijy (Montreal. Herald. iv. The people of Lindsay LufnecT'ottt to meet Hon. Sam. 'Hughes with a brass band. "The house roofs seem- ed to heave and sway', the church spires flaiiKd, such'f.Sagi 'had And yet there are people who do not want Sam in the Cabinet! Whit He Should Ask the Bride llr. Hitchcock, the new editor of the great-daily, had only the Junior re porter at band, and ivews of a shoot- ing; case bad come in. A man had .married girl at tour o'clock the "afternoon .before, and at eight same evening had shot at her five Mmes. "What shall I asked the i-e- 1 porter. I "Get an interview with the girlj" said Hitchcock. "But I don't know what to ask objected the reporter. The Standard Securities Hitchcock got. np from his chair. walked over to the wall and beat his lead against the plaster three times: "1 don't'thjiik..you he old tlie youSh with as much patience is he could muster. "Married at four ana shot at live times at eight.; Go ('ask ed the reporter pained and rieved, siiid: ''Ask her .whether she! considers the conduct of her husband.) n '''ihtftti't-'drwifrely stud.ted illdiffeV-T -Company Real Estate and Investments r Farming on'Mountain (Fernie iFYee Press.) A. E. Inghaui, will'sell over three thousand dollars worth of t potatoes off a small acreage at1 Sheep Mountain near Elko, this season.. His apple trecg are loaded .Mr. la- gnani is doing more to advertise the resources of tho Kootenay-Valley than all of- the real- estate men operating there. Hugh Scott May Switch Now (Hamilton Herald.) It is clear that Jlr. Bordcu had no hough t of religious denomiuational- ini when lie selected his cabinet.' Willie there are seven Anglicans, x .Methodists, four Roman Catholics, and a Baptist in his Cabinet, Prcsby- eriantem is not "represented" at all. 'his is rather, odd, for the'Presbyter- aii church in .Canada is'.rinything but 'oor in political talent. Lots of' Hauling 'Going On Old Captain'Wilkinson Jones, of Ar; first .visit .iri' forty ears to'New York 'la-it fall. On-the rst morning he started for stroll down Broadway. -At Canal ;streeti wie of ihe main crosstown arteries, he was halted by the itieams of trafficr-which rolled in four weaving '.streams. He contemplated the endless procesV sions of loade.d trucks, vans, -drays, carts and wagons for some nlinutea." Then he approached Traffic Police- man K'i'Hy, on duty at. that corner.-. Inquired Captain Jonei, with-j ii courteous bow, "air yon connected with the c'ily government said Ke.lly, "I'm a police I OWNERS OF M ornin Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building V P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Calm nnd ahtill through all, Sutickin' to their wan love Till -the hive-iis tali; Wail's as folrte as hell fire; .Wan's as thruy ug life; .'.Wan ye'MMeave antl weep for, And wan ye'il take as wife! STR1XGEK. officer, if that's what ypu "Ves, siih the captain; .'-'so I judged from .youah costume, and du- poteineut. Arid I would just to. ay to you, sifh, that yon gentlemen- have. fine city here, suh, a..truly magnificent city. Uut tell f.in't yon got powerfully behind with youab hauling Aiaga- .'i'WIMMEN" There are winimen'g faces, lad, That are ;ind fire. np the whole world, Wakin' ould desire- MUSINGS OF AN OLQ SPOHT (Xew York Evening World.) Taking the Blame is a Part of Pla> lE the Game! v If you have any Sour Grapes, make 'em int.o Preserves! The Pessimist Judges the Doughnut by the Hole Therein! -The Man who 'has to pay the Fid- dler becomes Very Fond of the Month Organ! And there's other falth, The SiUpn government, has -.heen electors that-'Alberta is in splendid to'l.elhbridge. Return nlimenl by nlecting a sitpportfrr. Shepherd, will liismark as an ahle legislator. See lhat ht; is oIi-cl. 1'tnancial coiulitinn. .Cowley is on.flie right tack. A has been organ- ized thcro. Then; .sliould he one in every .Don'I- worry nbonl the province's In naming (heir new Theological flnanrns. Premier Siftou Is f college'at Sl'rallioina ''alter Ihe late i krc.ncxV .week, he wjll -convivce Ihej (lay ALL WINTER Keep the hqusc warm and you will save of i trip in winter; you will keen all your. Tamils together and in heallh. To do this ymi will need the Hoi Heating System and for economy, efficiency and regularity yon will want a Hot Water Boilers It allows you to have flowers In the house and comfort the year roun_d. .Its Ilrebox absorbs all the heat irilo the water, and there li no chance of a dull fire through an accumulation of clinkers. Owing'to special construction the heat Is all kept In the boiler; Ihin.euLs your. considerably. The non-leaking nutli-nipple joint and oilier arRlimenti we will gladly tell you about if yon write for further Information and booklet We ilio carry in. complete line of plumbing miitrial. METALS, LIMITED CALGARY. EDMONTON. LETMiRiooe. ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS RovAmii. n .EHPRESSE ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS Winter Excursion Rates ROUND TRIP 5 MONTHS LIMIT. On Sale Daily, Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS (MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA THE KOOTENAYS G.BEAT BRJTAIN, THE Perfectly-Fustible to .Play Good Hall, even when there's no Pennaii 111 Sight! .If they didn't.Pay Off at the Pin sh Ing Line, the Quarter Horse would have a Cinch' The Doors of the Uown-nnd-'Onl Ulllb are Novel' Nobody cvar tries to Break In! i The Difference Betwc-an Despjir and Desperation is that the formal v I Kemaini Inert, while the Latter Gets i Move On! Cliristinn.s Ships and LIVERPOOL Britain Frl Dec 1 Liki Minitcih.i Sat Dec 3 cf ...Frl. Dec. 15 For IP8CI vatioiii. ui lerilis or luither uartiLiilais any Acenl V t, CARTER, Gercril Agent 460.Miln St., WINNIPEG Kl. Sailings Liverpool Lake Manitoba ......Thur. Oct. 12 Empren of Ireland Fri. Oct. 20 Like Champlain ....Thur, Oct. 20 ErrVpriM of Britain ....Frl. Nov. 3 Lake Thur. Nov. 9 Empren of Ireland ..Frl. Nov. 17 Lake Champlain ----Thur. Nov. 23 Sailing frem St. Lawrence. J_ N'o churl rl work 01 plij io BOJtent e inte to long Not; all li vile. Brauiford inaj ulinrv the Gnud and J'arkdale districts Dr of Klnjstun, had a tog 'hrokon .when his bo- c-Hoie rract'iOAia The Grand Trunk Pacific con- a clinln mortem hotels a- long -Hs linos in (lie West. NOT ALX (Chicago Hecord-H-araldi) .Vot all Is vile; A haby's r'1-ohi flattery ]tf free: A mother's prayer 'i'o God to cure For him who roves the it pure and and' frta Vot a is vile. A quiet nook, A worthy book. An honest word of cheer: A'little He That saves a sigh Or away a A friendly smlhe, And courage while The goal li away; The will to The bekt, nnf V MCOMMINDtU AND (OLD BY LATIMER 4 HART, LtTMBRIOSt.