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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I'liiirsdnv. October in. 1011. THE MJTHBRTJDGE DAILY HER ALT) Page 3 We have been appointed ngcrits for Leth- hridge arid district' for The Security Trust Co. OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole PHONE BM ridge Realty Col MONEY TO LOAN On Improved (arm lands and city property. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE 2, Lota, Blk. 26, Duff, facing Westminster Hd., each. Easy terms. Two lots, '.Block 90, ecctf; .terms. 73x125 feet on Avenue with 14000 home, fully modern, terms. Kevenito 1600 per annum. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acidll 'Block. Phone 1325. Geo. Angui, F. E. Shinti. Angus Shantz Ream 107 Sherlock Building 2 LOTV-Jn Victoria Park .....................1900.00 5 east, Victoria Park 1 acres broke; barn, 1 fenced, 1. mile from town, 2 miles from coal mine; terms easy. Price per 1 acres broke; house, barn, 100 winter wheat. Per acre.................123.00 1 fenced; good house, barn, well, partly proved. Crop payment. Per acre 1-2 plow proposition. Per acre 14 land, Per 5 ROOM two. lots, _for sale; or rent .at per month FOR REAL before renting or buying. MONEY TO LOAN If you have lots and want to build we will loan you. the money. R. V GDBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G.. BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Boiirassa's Paper Had Correct List Sixty Hours Ahead of All Is This Evidence That the Nationalists had Been Dic- tating to the New Premier FOBOALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63113th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY We have a. few cheap Lots that be within one block of the new school. -Prices from to 1175. cash; balance per month. A Cosy Little DAvelling-4600 will handle; balarico easy, Koomed Fnlly Modern good lo- cality; balance easy. Wilkie Kefr LIFE. FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE PHONE (.23 .HULL BLOCK. N.xt. A.R. I. Offlcei. Montreal, Oct. formed the BbTden Cabinet? ;i While Conservative papers iu On- tario were considerably in 'the dark as to the final personnel .until the of. llcial list was 'given out at Ottawa Home time, after midnight .Monday, Lw Devoir, Henri Bourassa's paper, was able to call the turn nicety on Saturday. Qn''that day fully sixty hours before tho list WHS handed out at Ottawa, the Nationalist signed the different. Quebec Ministers to their proper places, and didn't make u mistake. In ita Issue of yesterday, Lc Devoir, in'its despatch from Ottawa, pats it- self on the hack for having been such a good gueaser Here is what it Bays: "Jlr. Borden has formed his Cabin- et. Le Devoir's information wan ex- act. The list of the Cabinet represent- atives from Quebec, which Lc Dev- oir gave on Saturday, is In accord with the official list, given to the press at Knowing on Saturday what Mr. Bor- den doesn't appear to have known .un- til the first hours ot Tuesday, it seems quite fitting that Mr. Bouras- sa should exclaim, as he did: "Que- bec i obtient justice." (Quebec has obtained justice.) Le Devoir in .its issue ot Monday had a front page editorial, signed by Ueorgo Pelletier, as follows. Tho caption Is: "Quebec lias obtained jus- tice." "On the 2ist of September last, Mr. R. L. Borden, victorious, said: 'Que- bec has done a great she will obtain justice.' "He has lust carried out his prom- organs were eager, since the day following the defeat, to prbclalm the coming de- cay of our province In -the new reg- ime, but It does not now appear that our new Prime Minister Is disinclined to rcndor justice to tfK..und to give us due. It is fitting to underline the first public act which Mr. Llorden car- ries out In his official capacity; In It he manifests clearly nls desire to just iu our regard. Ontario Net to Dominate "fie has also ahown that he does not intend to administer the affairs of-Canada by a single province, but that he wishes to call tiiem all to- gether in his Cabiiiet in tlio govern- ment of .the country, the other provinces, i voice, .and he does To Quebec, gives an cfiual not lessen I he French-Canadian representation iu his splt'e of cer- tain partizans, our prov- iflc'3. He docj not wish to govern without Quebec. "We shall have, then in the Cabinet, as in the the Solicitor- General takes no'part in the Cabin- et iBpresenia- tlves of our-rnce, all firmly decided to accept no compromise on questions 'of importance to our national inter- ests. .Messrs. Monk and Nantel, 'in the CO.UI-EB their careers at Ottawa, have shown that they know how to submit Ideas which they think best to tbe genera! interest of Canada. And as far as the new Postmaster-Gen eral te concerned, even if it is bis first appear in Federal politics, never-. theless we feel assured that he will show that 'he has tbe same firmness of character and bieatlth of vision which hia Freneh-Caaadian colleagues "During the tenure of ollice of Sir I possess, Wilfrid. Laurier, our province had two I Rlghtt of Ministry French speaking Ministers iu the Cab- inet, without counting the Prime Min- ister: llr. Lemieux, of the Depart- ment of Marino, and., Mr. Belaud, in the Post Office Department. "Iu the new Administration, Quebec has threa French speaking Ministers: Monk in Public Works, Pelletier in the Post Office, and Nantel in the Interior Department. "We do not know what the future has in store; likewise we do not know what arduous questions will a- rise in the next few days; hut we have confidence, that. Mr. Borden will continue to be just to our province, and that he will always respect the rights of-the. minority, whether they be French-or he has done in the present ca's'eT J- The Alberta SNAP 1; 2 Lots close Victoria Parjv, oucli. cash. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1249. LCTHtNIDOE. RAYMOND BUDGET :.E. p. Ellison 'is expected in Ray- mond "in a few days. Mr..Ellison is 'ice-iircsidcnt.'nnii'manager of the Knight Sugar.Co.', Ltd., and. co'mcs to be present at the opening pt the' will take place early icxt week'. A. Raiton-Canning, of Lethbridge, j made another visit to the beet fields.! last Friday, taking photos for the Knight Sugar This time some splendid pictures of the beet litter ;rc secured. These may be seen and ore for sale at tho office oi the Knight Sugar Co. The large barn in the rear p[ the Raymond Hotel, owned ;ny Charles McCarly, sr., is being taken down iu sections and moved to the Cannon :ann, .six miles north-west oi town. Gordon Stark have'trie contract. Art. Kesseicr, oi New Dayton, was in Raymond on Monday and informed the Herald correspondent that he was moving'his threshing outfit into Hie district aild south of liaymnml .to relieve' the threshing srt nation there. Strings of teams, two, four and' five horse, hauling one and two wag- ons oi grain, are hourly passing along Broadway to the elevators. Be- tween aiid bushels arc being delivered daily. R. M. Treece, collector [or the. In- ternational Harvester Co., 'is .in town making collections. He reports business lor his company very good. Laurie, of Cardston, was in town on Monday, attending council meeting and completing arrangements-; for the issue, of debentures I passed 'by the council. j C. W. Card Sons arc busy up- i lo.'nling a car of apples for the mer- chants of the It is a distribu- tion car and the boxes contain a splendid class of apple. Frank Brown's'broncos arc giving; the hoys an interesting' time. A. dtiile" climbed on a .little black yes-, tcrday anil was quickly piled on his nose, leaving a portion of that part j. of his face on tlio ground.' j R. A. Fct.tis this week received two carloiidK of coal from Kock Wyoming. On Sunday morning, Oct..IS, a lit- tle dentist came ,to share the prac- of Dr. -I. P.'.lmor Amos, and the lousehold is very happy. 0. F. Edwards, who has been work- ing land on shares with Delos Lund, iouth-enst of Raymond, left yesterday or North Dakota. The marshal! was. called upon to quiet a disturbance on Broadway Inst light nntl was compelled to put three j nen behind lars. i AMERICAN SORE New YorkV.'bct. Herald has closed "its news bureau at Ottawa., It Is disgusted with the attitude of. Canada, towards the Unit- Vote for Shepherd Liberal Reding's Hall North Lelhbridgt SATURDAY, ,EVE. Oct 21st BORDENPAPER CRITICISES CABINET (Montrail Star.) Under our system of government, tho Prime Minister possesses the sraitost amount of ]wwcr and carries the heaviest burden of responsibility. It Is therefore an event of the first importance when OIKJ man lays down tho and another takes K up. The newcomer arrives, of course, will) a very definite popular mandate. Me is a long: way from being an absolute monarch, lie represents certain pub- lic is .bound by definite mast work iwjth'in limits if he is not to break Taltli with 'tho who have called him to office. .Still, to a far greater measure than in any other position in our govern- ment, personality counts in the case of the Prime Minister. Within ihe noumlitrfes of bis popular mandate, there is a'hvays room for great suc- cess or great failure. Nothing can be more limited than the course of -a railway locomotive, it must keep to the rails. Y'at it makes a .tremendous difference whether if has steam up, if its fires arc ont. Far wider is tile track before a Prime Minister, and far more vital is it that he shall have plenty of plenty of' iron in liis eoninc-oKion, and throw a bright light on the track before him. lion. K. L. Borden comes 'into this high and heavy responsibility a whol- held The ly untried man. He. has never live smallest Federal portfolio. unusual nature of this will be appre- ciated better if we "change: the ven- ue" and think of it as happening, let us say, In Britain. Suppose, as the result an election in the United Kingdom, a "man might be called to the Premiership who .had never pre- viously sat.'n a Cabinet. What would be the feeling of the British people? Would it not be that they were trying a very great experiment; and would th-ey not watch with the keenest in- terest, the first manifestations of the power of the new man? It makes a tremendous difference to any coun- try what sort of a man is in command of its'executive machinery; and it is QUICK BARGAINS Stagg's Motto: Smal 1 HEAD! THINK! FOR SALE six hundred and soveilty-clsht acres, all fenced, fine ten miloH from Lethhridgc; five hundred acres one hundred acres in fall wheat; dwelling, house, barn for fourteen horses, well over two hundred feet deep, coyt eight hundred build; 129 feet water. Price nor acre. 1-8 cash, balance in 3 years, Leaiei and littingi of all klndi loliclted. T. H. STAGG Phone Eitate Office 5 Johnson houri 10-12 If name !s damaged. fought the late campaign on one is- sue issue of Canada's na- tional integrity, and that is now as- sured, so fur as danger from reciproc- ity is concerned. We cannot profess to he delighted with .Mr. Bordeii's first leinonstratiou of his conception of lila duties as a Prime Minister with a hand; but "tlw game is young and, 'in a'ny ease, Mr. Borden has had the unparalleled glory of keening Canada to tbe right path when it arrived at "the parting of the ways." COMMISSION TO HANDLE TARIFF Will Mr. Borden put Farm Implements on the Free' List? stafi Tho Montreal, Oct. special orrcspondent in Ottawa of Montreal Star writes that the Borden cabinet is likely to take up immedi- ately the appointment of a permanent tariff and'continues 'Some broad questions will arise in the formation of this commission. Wili'It be comiioscti of two or three lien with expert knowledge, who will j conduct independent investigations j Or will it he representative of the j different interests allected "The second' plan appears, to have some obvious advantages. It would 5000 acres Finest Wheat Lands in Alberta Splendid vicinity. Not far from Lethbridge. it your way. Only per acre 1-2 cash, balance In three equal annual .instalments, bearing 6 per cent, interest W. R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. 3., LETHBRIDGE Agent for Avery Gai Steam Plowing Engines. impossible that anxiety shall be en- some obvious Urelj-' disassociated from the first! enable the different interests -aucclel. proofs liny people receive of the cal- i to present their, side. .0! the case. It At Addresses will be deliv- ered by Hon. C. R. Mitchell Attorney Conl. of Alta. S. J. Shepherd .Liberal Candidate in.the Provincial Bye-Election God Save The King ibre and character of: the man select- ed for this position. i There is a great .difference between leading an "Opposition and leading a Governmeirt.r -Ona task.ris- -primarily 'and the primarily constructive. A mail may be a pow- Urful critic, but a poor creator. Still, lithe chances are that a good critic will [also 'be a good creator; and, on occa- j sion, a strong leader of Opposition j j has become a strong Prime Minister. A ca-ae in point is Sir James Wh'itney. Sir James never held a portfolio un- til he accepted the premiership of On- tario; and yet Sir j times lias made so strong a-Piime Minister, that "the boys" are not quite- sure that they like it any too ivoll. Still it is only the simple truth' that Hon. Mr. Bor- den wi'll be on hU trial .until he has proven IVis power. Hon. Mr. Borden lia-3 now taken his first step as Prime Minister by selecting his Cabinet. There was the highest Hope throughout the country' that, with his huge majority largely .composed of "new he would feel free to give us a government whol ly unshadowed by even a question ira to the character or reputation of any of the ministers. It would be pure hypocrisy for the Montreal Star to pretend that this has seen done, Peo- ple's memories arc not short taough to have forgotten our public opinion of some of the men AVbo have been called to office. Others of thte ministers are admir- ably chosen. It was a wise move to go outside the .regular tiles of party to find his finance minister, for in- stance; and it was' a- Just recognition of the help given th'51 patriotic cause in the late campangn by thousands of Liberals to award ttvis Important port-, Tolio -to a Liberal. Dr- Reid of Gren- ville will make an excellent minister of customs.1 -Jlr. is the right wovihl provftic a ready way of secur ing men who were familiar with the different aspects ot till) .problems to he solved. It would the apr pearancc of being in harmony our representative system 'Of govern- ment.' "It would not he so easy to select the ii'Cmhcrs of a commission who aro. to he chosen for their ability to investigate rather than for their fa- miliarity with one or other si'de of the problems concerned." The Star suggests that an' econo- mist, a accountant, a lawyer, might possibly he> "selected under this plan, and proceeds "Of. this latter character is the tar- iff board of Iho United States, which has donn such valuable work in rela- tion .to .the American tariff. This body is composed of three members only. The chairman is H. C. Emery.' who was professor q! Political Econ- omy at Yale hcfore.-.his "appointment to the board. The other two mem- bers arc James II. Reynolds, former assistant secretary of the treasury iii charge of customs, and Alvin Maun- ders, formerly editor of an agricultur- al journal in Chicago. "U can hardly be said that Uondcn has clearly expressed a pref- erence as between the board of expert investigators and the representative body, though his language. would seem to lean towards (he latter. 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, well improved; buildings, fence, well, etc. Price 81250 cash. For particulars apply to CascadenLandCo. WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots 9-10-11 and 12 Block "W" Each. Ici'ins 1-3 cask, bal. 3-0-9 months. See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 ppp. Alexandra Hotel his is one of tile fust problems "Mr. Liorden was elected as an ad- j which the permanent commission 'ocale of such protection as is ncces-i would be asked fo investigate sarv for the maintenance of our dusfrics hut thai does not preclude the possibility of .reduction oi tho du- ties on. certain articles. One large 'class of manufactures, to which this MERCHANTS BANK l GOT REGINA DEBENTURES Reglna, Oct. a special meet- ng.of the city counoil tonight will make an excellent minister i js applicable, is agrictil- of 1-2 per cent. _ -it- )_ ilm t-lirlit Wnrrt WHcnnenrl nt sort oE a ujiblic man, and his early promotion may be hoped for. Judge Uohorty should carry well the dignity of the portfolio of justice. Some of the other ministers rrom the Werft and East, will command confidence. What rcsnlt.of the Refaction Will ,be, is to foretell. Sinister forces have 'been granted ad- mission to the Privy Council Cham- ber at a time when they might easily liovs been rigidly excluded; and this fact alone docs not make for re-assnr- But the .ministers with clean records arc easily in a majority; and a majority, If Its backbone be stiff and strong, can nil'e. Thefts 'will be a general tendency, however, to hone for the best. We shall not dub Col. Sam Itnglicti, minis- ter for the Ross rllle, until he earns the tille for himself. At all events, Sir Pivderfck Hordcn is gone; and Incite should be inoro "team worlt" between the (wo sides of the House. The now Cabinet ought to get. the fair- e-.u of our play. We, for our port, pro- post? to give 1L that. We are not part- We have no feelings to be Hurt tural implements. Free trade in these' necessities of the farmer was one of thi! chief demands matin by the west- ern grain growers. L icr did not make that part of reciprocity ngicfiinunl, and wiion the wcs't the present premier found the demand still active. He had the question brought to his attention again and again, and lie told a depu- tation of grain growers in Yorkton that if returned to power he would have the question investigated by the permanent larifi commission. "Then last session, Mr. Arthur Mcighcn, of Portage la Prairie, brought forward a resolution declar- ing for 'a substantial reduclion' in the agricultural implement duties, debate was cut vshort by a six o'clock adjournment, and Mr. Bordcn did not speak, but subsequently lid expressed the opinion "that Mr. Mcigh- en bad made out a good priina. facie case, and that, if on enquiry, it were substantiated, he woiild favor a re- duction in this section of the tariit. It is highly probable, therefore, that debentures were Disposed of, the successful tenderers being tho Merchants Bank who bid DS.16. This figure la about two points lower than last Maj'a sale price of Hcgina bonds, th-s drop be-i ing attributed to present unrest in European money markets. Nine bids in all were received ranging from 05 his. up. 2 Inls corner 2nd St. and 5th S., for SS100.00 each. A lot and a half, next to standpipe, with or without shack, special'figures. 2 corner lots, Duff, well located, for each. Small house, G lots, for The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;