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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIHOE DAILY HERALD .v, OHuliw 20, I LETHBRI0GE DAILY HERALD by Tht Herald Publfchlfti Ltd. lawful jt'ltr'ofNct. Sixth Street. Cen. W. Director and Editor PHONE: -pHONt: Editorl.l. Reportorlil. i Ntwt J224 Advtrtlilng mil Job Dcptt. 125-' DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HOG J2.00 Jl.OO ,35c. 1 year, by mail IH.08 mouth's, by mail..... ILW 1 month, by mail 25o often as desired, hut both now and old dresses mutt be'slveu THE WEEKLY HERALD every lu eljjbt or mar? paites. and coutalni i .vcar delivereu 0 mouths delivered 3 mouUiP. delivered 1 month, dellverud Addresso? changed of the uetts of Hit) 1 year In tl.50 6 months, in advance 76c. local and district s months, In ildvallcu THE OA1LY >OR SALE AT Crcsi Drus t Book Siore. J.G.Roberl- sou Co., Jackson t Cops. .Alox-anilra Hotel People's Di'us Store. Co.. Hamitton. Plnchjr D. L. .McCrea. LlV.is ft Hook Co. Fernle B. Mtdlclne Cnnbreok! B. ft Atchinsoil. U Relnecks. pjamonrt City Vancouver. B. C. World Wide News Co. lirowa 219 -kh St. Spokane-TliQ Jamieson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. on ill C. P. K. Triint Keep is food advice! bat- Thii is the il-j'v of the oollmat. ''Don't woi'rv" man li 11 ci'iilal.' Hiiilliiii; ohai> who iooki1 forward Co 11 bright future 'of health and-happlness-Mind wealth' 'flit' niwilmist It scorned. blamed for a surlv and gloomy dlsuositloii'-nlid'.riawlves iio lynipalliy for Ills morbid It Isn't allo.selhur rlisht. .Many'ti'ma'irgeta the reputation tor disposition when the truth of the mutter In tliariie him iioinac-h. N.vnl'o Dyspepsia Tabieto will help that mm They contain ponslu 'iiiitl diastase In scleullfio'proportions. Ho can eal wfcU lie likes and what the pupal n rolls to (lIp.Bi the dlns- laau will lake care of. A good ditesiipn Is a blessing. Nyal'a Uyspepshi Tablets brius a biessinu. Two sixes. 25c. and tine. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE 555. "I- H. MeCBEADV, M.nMr t jrnictloal stnfcsman iliat make? use mi or" isJiors arid' thousands of exhibits pur treatment of the delegates and from al'i over .the world. The very ipv qur banjJiliig of the Congress itiaelf, fact thlit Sudapefri; in Hungary-3eeIis'fWft can city to our ud- tlie 1P1" Congress is evidence of Us (.vantage, or to our'loss. It rests with world-wide character. _ j tny people of Letlibridge as to which The from the Leihbridge jit will lie.'. ernment has done a greet deal in this, direction, not i-n Ihe -patchy matter of putting money into mud -holes, which he would like -to see, but in sub- The telephone astern he should be taken oni of o the gove-nment and lelt 16 the tiies of a b isinvss commission Thlp notwithstBiiding that u is FOR SALE i i in Townsliip II, Kimgc 640 .acres in 22, 4; 400 ncros ctilliv.ilion: .1 ut 320.iOH-sii, 12, K per ,ityc. 6 i-ooin inoilcin houssp, u rule ,uic JJi, 4, land, .ill in 00. L'.i-.y Icims. 50 125 on London SI.QOO. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 revenue and that BO important a lic utlllu should he in the htndi of the people, ae u Urtuallj undar thy present Bjgtem for a better sugR i Uiclimer MIVI that the government should have 1 and owned the A and G made the best of u bad bargain, Be puts it Government ow nerthlp jo one public ulUHy, and not in another, :i charming inconsistency! In finding fault. the gc iwcnt, MI Ailchenei has failed in out a good case and then together with the Con sen atn e catullditev hi comes on the word mapduti' forgets that the roads'is the existence of tenons. Without towns standpoints-ill do much for this elfv. I One man deserves particular credit j be '10 for road8' a'nti It will glvj untold publicity to Leth- for the campaign put up on behalf of W'lere l'w pf cities to meet the needs of the agricultural producer? Dr. Stewart laid great stress on edu- wines lie would like -to see. but in suo- .jlr. has no inalldaie rrom tne stantir.1, improvemsuts .where money .ip-ople is the wearisome cr% Both is not thrown, away. Mr. Jllchener thdt lhe b4rj8in 0'( bridse and -to Alberta. It will city, and" that man is J.-W. thousands of farmers here, and they He lias worked assirtuoiwly mny form impression-.! of this country anvl systematically to get the .Con- that win cause an Sress, and he is worthy of all praise, lion of agriculturalists from other! Leihbridse was splendid en- countries to Alberta. Lastly, but not jconrageinent and support by the Al- tiie least, the Congress will be help: j oerta government. Without that gnar- ful to our own farmers. It will euabla antee of a grant uur chances thorn to secure at first hand inforiua-1 of getting the Congress would have tion as to tLy best methods of farm-! been nil. Then again thss Hon. Dun- ing. It will enthuse them in their (Can Marshall was enthusiastic for laboi-j as ajricnlttiraiists, and _ they I Lethbridge. advocated this city's will back to the farm more deter- j claims all, the time, and there te no mined than ever'to be experts in oill- j question he was most effective on tivating the soil. I our behalf at. Colorado Springs. the A. and G W rdiluuj bad one. The representatives of people were at one accordingly -wbafe vas the use at seeking endoriatlon on an issue ail were igreed oa tq 'Mr. Sifton hlnieclf has he not a man from the people as much as cational needs, proposing that revenue j Cabinet minuter Federal or should IK spent on free school hooks) j clal? Has he not gone to hli con hich we already have. The greatest [Eiituencj of Vermllllon for ingle factor in any deonocracy. he sation ot his appointment' Why ays._is education, and :hs advocates senseless quibble oiei a nord' Sim a system of technical "chopls. He be- lieves In 'cwml.onort.naj ties in educa- tion.forall. Bill Arhatyt Jlr. -Mich- ply because tha opposition has noth ing more impoitant as a bone of con tentioii THK RBOBXT ACCIDENT, in which an automobile was com- pletely smashed, and its occu- pants saved from disaster owing to being possesed of sufficient acrobatic skill to leap out in time, calls atlsn. lion to the etiquette of the road. That this is neglected in many cases abun- dant evidence-' shows. The epithet "road hogs" is rightly used, and fully u-anssress. in a teamster Right of Way POINT OF VIEW Vote for Shepherd! (tescrilies those fhe present caB who was guilty. lio it His action, if report reads true, is 'most cupable, and should serious results have occurred from it. say Hie loss of life, he would be practically guilty of manslaughter. It is only fair to say that this partic- impact, the driver of the same is tempted take advantage of it. This is a spirit which .should be con derailed in both cases, and not allow- ed .to exist in the interests of the many, whether driving by wheels or reins, who have a proper regard and respect for the conventions of the road. We have mentioned pedestrians. Help L'ethbridge grow. McNIcol, -right. Support Sifton, Shepherd, and sia- hle and sane government." Culgarj a debt'ig million do! Jars.greater than that of 'J'hink of it, and thin at the slilv campaign'en of Dr St I art and his supporters about iances ol Alberta for there are aome do not stiffi-1 Hoard of ciently recognize tfce right of way. Occasionally'a row of three or four monopolizes the wnole breadth of obliging those who are tnx-ioisi to to trespass on the gouleya.nl, gr.take'toXh? mud- ly or dusty road. Here again, is a want of regard for others. Hlgh- The duty of .every, .true'Lethhridge citizen is to vote for Shepherd. Hats oft tp Prwidimt Hatch and the lilar offence of disregarding the right j ways and sidewalks are free "to The Consei could go back on their advocacj of but it is outrageous for the Libwult to en think of footing the policy of Alberta control of its natural r Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Mornin Suite 111 tp Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Duncan Marshall, we'H never forget -Mr. .Mtc.hsn.1 condemned the rout whai you bare done for Lethhridge. of the A and W uhen he i was maile m the LegiBlaturt, an Shepherd is the man to represent! now h Ijethbridge at KJdmontpn. of others to tile road la not entirely j but no one should ma coiifiaed io teamsters. Drivers of (loni which is the fre> automobiles ,and even pedestrians ard Eomctimes guilty of it. There is, per- haps, something in the superiority of his machine which communicates it- self lo the auto driver, IBB moment, he considers himself the kins of, the road, and takes it for grunted -ihal all humbler vehicles should make way for him. This is 'rue in some cases, but, of nonrsy, not in all. Nevertheless, this spirit when shown, leads towards anragoni-jing lhe driver of a horse to all auto steer- If possessed of a vehicle suffl- ciently heavy lo come off best in the all, Ice.use of a free- 'eedoni to a-mioy. Public opinion should be brought to bear, on all transgressions of this description. It is the one-rem- edy, and In cases wheire damage la caused by an illegitimate holding up of the right of way, the law should he rigorously enforced. Meanwhile, it is (he dutyof every citizen, young or o'id driver, or walker, to create by bis' own action a respect Tor the con- vention of the ro.d. There should-be ail unwritten law ta this respect, a law which in the outcome good breed-, ing, and a .regard.for me conianience of others. the government Ihr.ve tnken over this road 'and T one will ai er chargp Vfr Premier Sifton In not going to cease ener with consisteoc; money for the development of this province. _ _ Thanks, Utah and Arizona, for with- ,'6 'ha .Mr. Jl.chener added as in inde- '6 narro" 'lo AIr drawing. We'll :keen you in mind when we have votes to cast next trme. T, jment is in power Think or that for I hats a good idea tp hove the Duke -.-.-..i... .._____ of Conuaught open Hha big Congress. We must invite [hand ore- the natural resoqrees ti Alberta so long at d Liberal govern power Think liigh-mi-nded statesmanship. Letlibndge citi one fortieth the N-ow, everybody drill and make the debt of over 'million dollars and the prei Vinnn tlila .1 rlulif The Practical Mr. THK ORACLE HAS SPOKK.VI Those who eaougb en- thusiasm lo go out and to the exposition of a grnal ajjd iirl. policy from the leader of the Conser- vative party in the province, must havo come away disappointed. It riiunot 'be said that the utterances were a strong man, rather ware they of 1he reed shaken' by the wind. The wind'that is supposed to "pset the liver, and to call forth con- demnation instead of suggestion of remedy, it WOK comlomnatlon not BO much of what had been done, but of. what was left undon-a by the fioveru- merit. Mr. P.-S a prac- tical business but bo shows Impracticability In assuming that all forms of development can lie executed iu a cerlair. space of time ,the short of eighteen months, in which Mr. Kiftoll's government has held pow- er. credit Is given, hut shortcom- ings are pointed put. The carrying of .schemes of development neces- sarily the outlay of money 'I'he nipnty .for these purposes sboiilt ha.ve. been according to the" speaker; from revenues obtained from the ownership of natural resources. Thh. for the'lime being, sovern- tn'sni was 'wltTin.ut, and .Mr. Jlichctmr, lhe practical business man, believes In the making' of bricks without atrsvi-.. The nollcy of the Liberal gov- to the natural resources wag the- policy of at the Its successive elections to now- Urn er endorsed tbik. But .pa'jt i iiot present needs, ami what was considered wlsaom at one time should not be accrefllted fooilshiHss when viewed In retrospect. Present needs, >nd the present caiiability of handling resources without low are to lhe sorerniiieni. These have come naturally with the devel- opment of the time .and the govern- re.ilizon this. I'he province. Us autonomy, IIHS muv grown Congress of 1912 such a Biiccess that those who attend It' never cease talking Lethhridge amj Alberta. Womher why Jlr.' and fiia allies do not ask Mr. Bprden to pun- ish Alberta for liaying u Liberal gov- ernment by refusing to pay the Dom- inion subsidy. And don't fors'at Fred Downer when you are praising the Ccagress boost-. Mr. Downer did more to get up the big excursion than ally other man and that excursion counted a lot in Inndilig the Congress. vincc lias ,1 debt of slightlj n'l' millions. ihoitld clecton consider seriously this talk about th> debt ot Alberta the Tories have raised. Tear the C contract to Pieces, howled the loricj from the stump a little over a yeai ago Now, sin'co premier Sifton did as tray ing tested, thej have wheeled right ab out. and declare the contractj 1101. have btftn dastvoyed. can't afford to lu (ffaln In tjn hands of sticii political from the Infant singe, anil it In only Fear Graharn (Winnipeg Preits.) An pastern pnper recoi-JH it report- ed Intention on the part of the Con- servatives to facilitate the return of Air. Fielding (o ;Varllantent, while re- sistlng to She oxtent of tbalr (wwer Inu re-entrance of Oco. Graham. If true, I-: indicates raallxatiun relative value of lhe two'men to MIC Liberal OlMKisllion.1 Mr.-KleldiJH has MtHI iircal pf i.uhllc use- fulness, bul jl. his age and with his health bi-ol >n lit li ly a possibllll> as Sir sue jccssor. .Mr Giabsm snpears lo bt ready self< ted slrcunistaiKft ii the next Liberal New Plan of City Osv.rnmtnt (IJii'inth Urand Kaiilda i.i a new Plan of citj Koiornuirnl, und aa Kaplds nn alert and iiublli ed couimun lly. anything' it looi Ing ihtn. II iH'claiinni foi I lie Crailij Idea That adopt ing tlw o'otntt Plan, Instead ot commission pUn aH toe of the' latter are retained Ivhile addtional ones .are "ddej nonpartwan inajoi upon lesponsibihty n directh ten heads the clty.'governnyent., lie. in practice, the general managei of the community Under him lie administration of cltj alfairt is dnid ed into four departments public health and safety finance and account pubnc works jnd and nuh jic propertj At the head of each d. partlnent Is a department general man ?jer, ia appointed by the mayor durtnj good behai lour Theae depart njcnt managers coribtitut the mayors 4 bj A Sordid Appeal Trpc Press i for the ogis balng cabinet, the cabinet nith tl mnv "Ot be mada _jior one mo, I the, of m ikes luii, ippeal LU.J ejefltpri of.. thiit confatitueuo With ol profligate adM.n It'rels Ilka tjle pifton goieinmer in sower, prenjter Bortlen would certain iy ha Justjfied ij i 'f ismg to turi or natural resotuccs of the pro L i J" LIUU 01 roi a moment UHC a sat of men in whom Piemiei Borijen haye confidence ml t vn e for Ul- a pielim jn rlsbt dircctlou A ifloie dljcredltable Appeal con d ural He uiged it as i in i lor of aio told H party In ijen pioUncOb li heen deinondinj; qll nlpng the tiai sf< i oflnc reioinces a matter of inn justice tint the province need n r iool: for this act justice unlpfc tlu ibnidontl lr owi) political liens ui-l hccomo the meek anji obedient s It-cts nf tho legime We do not dp Mr JJordon tin. jll tice of hahoung foi a inoment tint an admmistruuo board in which is the cornplele administrate e power of the Mt tha legwiative functions to Mr Bordep The loader ISIH li liit lotii pi unrt iiur nff hia of summer tool U a entrusted to a common council of deflnljp iwsklon th-t tnc members ware entitled to tlieir This P'-an of cam.naign will fail in am ft loiiiut Pic Ll'Ciois of me West HI a plettj inr Tjtndcnt of njen a tnci resent tactics is A rtlini1. vliscovareti in tnc d h ct at I i Piz in HiO no i the siher tvdi out uiiji cliit-i! Horn- wjs, inijierllgitjjt 7. B C I i of pndci Sp The Paiat That h Easiest To Apply is surdy the punt you ougty when there's anything you want to paint M-L Pqrt mnt'tpreads so evenly and'easily that it satisfactorily covers more surface than most other ptttits. PUPPAINT Best You Can Buy I the imoathtat, f lom- the lent tp dp food job. lengett, too. Any wfee Jt cqycr. win for thf Pure twidiawd ikUfulin HMht M-L Fura is uiie ta'p opeci'a! in- which We hive levrnttl hp'.v to m i.'he- pure a. pjint that ty C'K- of or You'get lhe octy'i -.vorth in M-L Pitnts. 11 47 e !om fc" fit liy ImrcrijlVarnuli ft Color Ci., VjirtJUd, Toronto FLAT WALL .COLORS obtain unJ ceilings. for up-tn-dtle cni.il durablt very Biall7 ippli-d Full diftcitoni RECOMMCNOIil AND D BY LATIMTR I-IAR1, LETHBIIIDGE. ;