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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THP LETHBBlBOe DAJLLV HKftALD IS, 1UI1. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD pu Ltd A DirwUr uunuav KitUNB. Editorial, and N.wt D.pt.- Clrculatlen and Job Deats. 1224 OAILV WATM vnr delivered 14 00 1 year, by a months ddlnrcd H M mail 1 montht delivered 00 j i mouth delivered j I by mail AiidrMWB aa dulred, but bo'.b new and aid 2, must given THE WeSKlV HERALD I'uo'Isbea even Wednesday In eight or inore pafes, cojtalaa a sumnurv of the news ol tbe week, local and itatrlot year In advance j aaouths, lu 60e. ti months. In advance j THE DAILY HERALO'fOMALt AT Red Croas Drug t Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson Cope. Aleiandn Hotel( Peoples Drug Store Mad t Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book .Co. Fernle B. Bee.1 i M Nortban Cranbrwk, Atchinson. L Remecks Diamond clty-fliawond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World 'Co. SIS 4th SL Jarnleson New" Co 705 Rltefalde Are Alec on ill C. R. Trains ;rnHE CALGAKV ALBERTAN, 1li dealing with pettj cam paign of the Opposition in the provincial bye-elections, refers to the on the Premier, alleging .that he is a sphinx, and fails to take tbe pub ic into hu confidence, savs that Mi, Slftoa is no renseleis bsb blei He is a djgnified able and clev er premier, who, has a distaste In to the gallerv rurti'er .It says: iue electors T.-an't mm who never misses an jiortunity in some ;way to ad- veitise himself, they will have to get raie person. else for premier of the province. As that sort of 'an >rtiic he is P- distinct and dismal failure. ff the peopte of the province want a man for "premier who. goes "gossip- Ing nad babbling about the business of the province in an irresponsible way, giving bis confidence to every person who approaches him, they will have to get some person else as premiei doubt if thev want a man of that description to handle the business of the province. Alberta's Premier "Premier 3ltlon has given the pro- vince', all the necessary Information and. has withheld. nothing. -His .gov erniaent has :-published- the annual regular way at the regular time.-- He kept no se crets frftiii the" people. the opportune time.arriv.es the statement is At this when are foea-.froBB within as without aiid.a :gigantic urray of all niftnuur of powerful interMts fighting tbe pro- vince, it: is not surprising that: the premier should take every precaution againlt premature announcements. He would unwise if he did uo not clitlcuc the government instead of standing a long wa; off and making faces at the premiei That'is the present attitude of the ieader'of the Opposition and his sup- porters. citj made particular efforts to every nuriic on the list. After .thei eitumeriitors hud handed ia their fig- ures lit placed nonets m the local press asking all persons who jhirf not heen'enumerated, to notify T at The Census Returns THL retitrns lor Lethbndge hons m taking tlip tinsus mil bi. a disappointment to tht niijonU ol our und the census returns for all Canada will be just as mndl a disappointment lo the Hi-mile of all Canada Simply because the people had been led to believe in-estimates made that the figures would be larger. Immedi- ately we find insinuations being made that the census is not to be relied upon. That is hardly a lair conclu- sion to reach, without consideration of the entire situation. Mnny of us have'thought that l.ethbridgc's pop- ulation was anywhere from in J5.000. anil since the official census only shows the population is a little over eight thousand, remarks are im mediately maile that, the work has been bungled. It must he rcinember tti tha-t the I.ethbridge idea of popu lation was based upon several- tabu- lations marie by the local police in a boom period. :Uso it must be 're- membered thai the Dominion census is taken with 'a degree of. exactness that does not characterize a police census. Census Commissioner Gih- of this get Mi fsmll> nerd surh iroiM-lw etc JilOM) lip left ill the cHj'.'tlid woiild circulate l> the. city. Is cnnsideratlou. received by mon- ev tuken xwiiy. from, thw city The .market.should nave weiafcJnK machines sad for fanners. The Rood at Trade Is dMiin mucb to attract of th. urged on the .civic authorities. OUR POINT OF VIEW Shepherd! Bourassa Bosses. Uordun. The season of hunter Mth lis i ue road boy Ib Aii utilo tinges, Ol fhould punished. meu at Ji-l'at A lot io to wish thev veie bj ths Iwetkev are through Mr Is In 0111 ruidn tblt etfiilnjc III easeMhe public does fcbo'jfr Mtetl'ef i. 'ntion iSsbbe'ie fhe t leiller In Alberta f bbepheid has the ability good at. idthbrldica's'.rapn at ICdiuonton. -MooSu' i'aw adopts- the (cpmiuissi6u foim ol Lvtbbridge still waiting for; notion tOj.bc taken. when they begin to bombs for Letubridge, it is n slgn.that this place occupies a big- spot on the mop. Premier -Sil'tou enough to suit the To-j iievvspapers that-Is a fault ibo general public will- not cftnipiain about. Wltu stuukeh inpporters Montreal' Star khil Toronto knocking his Lablne Mr me fr friends, ile F C splendid gift L'tfgary Y.M.C.A. deservea to mended It shows that tbla young nlHli ho Uas'Uad a phenomenal flnan till carter Is not forgetful of the per Kse of monev lie does not be llete in boarding his reaith but In using It to advance wortby Utb'er In' Weatirn ads' might Very well follow'ala FOR SAT F J. 160 acres in Township I L; flange 21, 4; crop inont 640 nores in Township 12, jHmige JiJ, 4, 400 under cultivation; a snap al IIITC. t s Touusliin'12, Haugi> 4, taw laud, all plow. per a ore 8 room lullx ntodiMu. IKUUG, in JO J2.J on liouiiuit 'V Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Just In (Toronto plobe) 11 find ths under the mat by the front Grey to the Uilke of Cranaught they pan in the St. Lawrence. ona anil it was tribute to the carehtl work1 of that who bail hi en missed were v lev tyr Gibbous ind the census department will not object to anoth er census being taken M the citv un del similar conditions ami ptohahlv that might he a good idea on the part of the city to set at rest- ilouht and criticism1, The will not he l.cthbridgc. Saskatoon An Excuse for HuOh Scott {Ottawa. Free. There is a precedent for -lira .duii'l holding of civic'and'parliainentary'of 'ices p.t the sameUime., Hon. .L. Day d is both clty'clerk of-Montrelil, and A Senator of the Doininlon of Canada. The Deception of Hon Mr White (Brockvilie -R'acbrdir.) In Mr. While declared most vehemently that he wag a Lib- eral, differing with bis'party only-on one lie appealed to Liber- als as one oC th-aniselvea. ...He was wil- ully deceiving them, way at hat uioment for a Mat m Mr Florden s Cabinet The Hecorder believes be Lit-arals in urockulle and risen here bj this de ception If had ualil, I liaic al ways called myself: a. Liberal, but am working in tlw -Torv interest in this the 'irst campaign In which I ever took and if Borden la placed ill not he i to speak lor several III UUI III. K ilajs on account ol its indignation .Nelson, H. throw a moun- tain or two at its census enuinera'tor ind tjlpau is liKeh still to persist tint it has a population 01 000 In the meantime, no matter what, our population, we, as good citizens, must continue in UIL work 01 develop ing Lcthhndge and t amdi Mgures arc not ill IS IT NOT this is concerned tbe mat ter of encouraging mixed farm- ing amongst tbe farmers of the neighborhood should be taken .up in practical fashion An important move in this direction .would be the erection of a market in a central po- sition, with oue day of tire week, pre- ferably Saturday, set apart as a mar- ket day. There has been, we know..n building designated the city market, hut its position -wsfi out of the wa> and this may be set down as onto of the reasons for- its failure. By the Installation of n market, and the fixing of market day, farmers nlil find their while io In with their produce, being; ais.iired of disposing them to customers who aro expecting them. By this means.the produce of the soli will he. brought' directly to the consumer, and so tend the diminishing of the.cost of living. It Is evident that the blub figures lo which .necessaries areyrialng.- sre due to tbe many Impositions on pro- duct on Its way from producers to consumers. To cite what la perhaps an entreme case.: .hut nteverthelena "bowing-thk.cuiiM for tbe rising of living eXBMnaee, we may mention the following from a news In k New Qalghborbooil, not more tbkn two bnndred Iroin ihe met- roavNljii illy of the onuktrr elghl rents a.dusbel for thelt Al The Cost of Living that, so far as the same tllro, the city people were oajing a leiali pr'ce of eight cents a Quart for the same. This Is a glaring caae hut tbe difference in all between the loil and the raarkei price Is too much It is one of the prom iwit al the high cosl of 1h The distributors are no doubt entitled to a fair share of prom, Ilia thin should apt be exorbitant. The lot Is an endem or f to eliinmare as much as possible the intervening profits, anil the plan proposed JB a altp in (bat The coitt of dlatrlbll so longpk the tirenent si item waj lion, pf depending on distant supplies b al to last, as much inimical to 1st Interests of th- retail deajer ai to the consumei'. former is of- ten blsmed for charging a high price, under the he can- not help doing: t public market wMI be of gienl and a nailiij; to tbe bouse Liberals would be have influ tied cheque for a million, as 1, of the pioaperous bi ilness can. "Toti are Count CnhuilaT" Yes sli shook "Step this sir I am Mill Vlli ttten man Wont ywt kindly got into thfis In a moment the two were seattd In the larle automobile one of Van Peters' doien or more, and speeding uptown Tbe tout just setting his braatb. Now sir said the voting man, aa they whizzed uptown. 'Mlas Van fit ers baa intrusted me wltkrtkti tffalf, and as this Is America and is business please be good not to matters, 34 T cap spare a -few boms nhat, do jon me to do" stammered ...the count. Young: .Calderc glanced at, bil balf way out Business: .luslnMS (Prom1 Count Carnzzis on the uro" in's.iade deck of'the large ocean stea mer as it slipped Into the whaif in 1-oik i As he looked over the faces of the people who had gathered to meet the stesmar. he .to catch a the ona beionlng to a >oung woman evtremelv benutmil and ett'emelv rich tor sal.o be bad consented'to make jija. jonr- iwy. lie had her person- ally. Hut he had beeli' privileged to gaze at a photograph. But as he made his way down the no such joung woman greet ed him. -Suddenly; a'-ypung mnn stepped forward from the crowd H bore I ho mdl mtlMllar nlr Dliectois meeting, said aid disappeared, Before ha knew it tba bad the paper, and, precloti ceitlfied cbecue in OBf hapfl, h tilled out to the machine said Ca'der. Mj clothes mutteied tl.a cayttf, A rock coafat lea'-jt. Docsn t matter replied Nobodv drebses here except men Being a lotMgn noblimao you can v> ear w hat j ou pleaae rhev are at the church A lartl throng had gathered as rhe> weie escoited in b} a of policeman Here shr is wblspered Colder Oh I had forgotten ion baf) met Here Is No time to lose Don t wsljc IB fast up the alEb a> If you were catching Ing a bit remember evffy pte counts Before h) 1 new it tbe yfty nmrlng the aitar with Alice Vra ore on bis arm t The ntiMk nni) ala> utea ia In minutes the) weiM Ik anto Calder la front He (Hacia) at lilj watch lour minutes late, Hit her up, I.ouln to the I hey wbb.-ed along downtiws Where now' tkl eoukt 'Divorce mill, It'ev stopped Ibev Van Countess Lalder All mdi, old at uehered Into another prlfMt nee 411 replied ft- peri waiting bnugki then out, Htan here said to tbe VI hit this, etrlalKMl tbf count 'Vour ed ('aider 4ida t with bei, did eli il; That, M( BMidei, that want t our monev beld out his hand 'Qoodiue old man Glad to jou ,Tke bcltl put bef hand Thank vou ao much sbe cald, for trouble I hope jou rnjoy jour money Anjd tnus thev part d T p Hoag High Coui-t secreUiv of Canadian of Foresters, hat resigned He elected last Time t will return to Normal school rork at London Tffi LETTER BOX bditor of Herald 81r, we no yet, the inclosed little poem 1.1 )U doacnbes conditions of our city streets Yours C-POO _ Ifavement s. Tbey took a little they took a lltUe tai >arioi4ii mgi'dients VjlBPprted from ifir it toliad It, And ittjjen they uent Tbfv they I a pavement Tljat wpuia last for main a Ihe} took it fpisconduits, To urn the telephone And then they nut it ba.ck agalb Vs hard as apy Tbej took ty up fpr wires To feed then tbe; put It i Which was }io atorf than right Oh the pavement's of fprrow That are psIcbM ion a hk, to ride! we'll It. But It s cejdptn tb.J jrou tan. Its 4 t credit to tbe they're always alegin ol it up Or puttin of it down 4 It NEWS PROM THJE CIUP I hied StilcEbun, a farm band, shot in the right foot while coop h iril Hut came smote Ing near and it maj bnvn (0 be ampuULxed Irving ,scciotap pf Richeliou Suratlei or J1! f falo is under arrest at Fall charged with securing IT Campbell i of N'raceu: lake ureajcfent 9f Ihi1 tk.. To Jay 'main 4kd the workmen patl) To.Ujr a mjlr pf car tracka TJWS (Mil It up some more then put It back again It was be'me -1 COMBIRATIONS ;