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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 1 THE'LKTltRRTDGIJ IUTLY HERALD Tuesday, October LETHBRIDGE DAILY; HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IK7 Published by the i-ethbrldsc Herald Prtr.tlng Co, Hi., every ful evening at Us office, SMh Street, Uthbrldji.. Alberta. Canada. VA .A. BUCHANAN PHONE: Managing T. W. QUAYLE (liter JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: 1252 OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year delivered...... M-M by mall delivered 6 months, by mall..... S nicnits, delivered ji.00 3 contbs. bv mail I mouth, delivered ___ 35c.. 1 by mall 75c Kc.' THE I Cross Drug Hook J. G.. Rob- ertson Co.; Jackeoa Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- pie's Drug Store; Kenny Allia; LethbriJss. Oisir Stand; Eapress Bat- Tet Ij-JECh. D'Arc. Mtdlclre Afsinlboll D. Ferguson. ..pty.Coj Cninbrook Book Company. Xews Company. Pinchtr SlcCrea: ilitcSdi-Drug Co. as oltta buf both aen tna ddresses tr.tist bt clffa. IUV' HERALD aHlle'AT Bros. Vanecuver Wliie World Xevrs Shop, 113 Granoell StFeel News Co. Avenue. Grassy Lais Kemp' .Co- Book and iC9A Sih Wcsii World News Co St. News Co. Kn'o'j- Tlen. 1 Co. rimresry of the pews of and dii'trtct 1 year'iti advaccB I'.... 11.00 I of )u-r people was iniliiitcly lifllcr.than it vvtr b'eu; iiiul. Ihciv was less destitution. j action.of Itie rji-esideut to the Pannnm j Canal is on a line with all the high principles lit.'.lias been crcdilcd I'with.'nml which have governed hjs pojicies.--. may take it is atilhoritalivO. lie lias temporarily, at any rale, adroitly j solved a problem ill ilk1 way 'dielalcd -by the consciences of the Jicsl umnn'gst his people. 1 The opeVnlioh of the provision in the Panama Canal Act .vtiich discriminates in favor of American coasting steamers is I to be suspended unlil the waterway becomes Self-supuoru'iiy. Much water iiuiy Ihe bijj dilch until that day arrives, i Meanwhile source of much, friction.'will be rvmoved, and I Iri'aty obligations will wear tin; face of being respected. The tehiporary policy looks like Ihe thin edge of the wedge, very possibly shaping Ihe way lo a linal settlement which will I j nieel with I lib wishes of all parties and spare what in best American circles is looked on in the Sight of-a breach of fiiim: can hardly he .termed thai, of a lemporiziny politician. !t is diplomajic in ils best sense, leaving to time a somjion Svhieh can lie besl left when the acntcness in sonic minds "asrlo Vhat as regardctt as national rights wjll lie blunted by opportunity for calm consideratiou. A.GOOD CITIZEN GONE.: LETHnRlDGE of its pioneer cilizcns.by the uncxpecl- ed deatlKoJHoberLii. Sherlock on Thanksgiving morning, lie was a type uf Ihe suhsianlial and successful business man wlio had amassed a; co in for table fortune in this city and invested it in the ciiy, for mi nnin-hnii greater faith and its future. In Ihe early days of thiJ cily-h'c was more, active iii its municipal affairs limn .'during- recent periods; but he-always took keen inleresl in civic- splendid office building, lock Ulock, fl llc.was an honorahlc'inai MR. FOSTER DIO NOT KNOW iToronto Slar) Mr. lister's nw-niory must have been. Injured by bU Tsiudtrtngs in the brooding tost. At '.he North Toronto mettlug he t'3M "The Conservative party bad In ISlt foreseen what was corning In the Unll- etl Stales had urged In- stead of bludlog rjeraelf.by an agree- ment. te> vah until the sgitatiou for tariff reduction had bornn friitt." Mr. Foster did IIQI foresee anything of the- kind. He did not foresee- tlw Wilsou larlff: On the contrary, he had predicted that Congress uot UkQ the acilon i-blcb It has now tak- en Oo February. 14, 1911, he said: "For you fLnil no Intimation amongst the powers that bo, or Ibe powers that are to be. In the United states that while they are qulle willing, for pur .pojes which I shall hereafter disclose, to open tlie barriers and to make free tradb between Canada and the United States, they are at all disposed to throw any barriers down against the rest of, the 'worlJ. They do uot Intend to'do'IV." Congress has done, exactly what Mr. Foster vroaicted it would r.o_t uo thrown'down many barriers against the whole world. Mr. Foster was quite only ttiat the Republicans would not do but .that the IJemo- crate would not do It. And now that t'is done, Mr. Foster boasts of the tprestgbt of his own parly, and says that the Liberals did cot know -what was coming! THE PROPOSED THE MAJESTIC T. of the Majestic'Theiitre, ;Ls-iias been proposed, means Ilic starling in earnest orajiiuhicipaj'campaign on edu- cational lines, .Hit proposal )velcoiiie. "There sHould'hi; no reasonable to this gnlhjes, of economy. Tbe city be prnclicullx adopting a cuufsc.vi'liicli it owes itself for-llic assurance of'something iirllie way df proteclm" its future, lie-ing. 'We have hcard'of amniiicipifl fnirea'u of information which lias for its object civic, among This is for tlieir.iitiid.ancc and. in Ihe interests of the particular city. In making use of llic-Majeslic Tliealre something of tliis.iisefiil purpose will-be accomplished.. "The mee'ling couTd-be well utilized for discussing the. partic- ular (niiilifjcnlipns necessary for. candidates: for.- the. respective- system of voting might, be touched be alloVcd, a limited lime" to'speak foV-lhenisclvcsjIand the occasion cqiilii be'irnprpv.ed on'in many ways, so as (o'preveni live interest frqni'becoming fatally bfelatcd. j Tlissc should tie th'si'main which the theatre -shouldjjc rajujsitioned.- -If Mayor.Hardie considers it necessary public should-be an .explanation (if the transactions -with regard to the recent bond sale, there would Ife no harm done in his Using apportion oX.lhe time for. that jiurpose. .But the sale is now in ihe.p'rovincc of things effected, situation cannot be if wished for. If "there js, as slated, a certain misunderstanding amongst the ratepayers, and the mayor fells it his duty to explain mallei's, trail and good. Bui we believe it is generally considered. llfuLhc is .deserving of .credit for what, under Ilic circumstances, he effected. the primary purpose of Ihe public meeting proposed should be .with.a view to Jhe issues which which have not yet materialized; OUR POINT ,OF i.V.JJEW. Theodorfe has arrived iii Soiilli Frir frpMiionl ivim.vlc nf Tvivrvliilinnd watch out for of revolutions.'. Mrs. PaiiUjnirst can't enter the United States.' She is-more a I sea than ever, A paid a 'fine in.coppers'. That was qiie Syay of gelling even with the N'ew Daylpn's grain yield increased 150 per ccnl. I'atch Soulharn Alberta grow! The EasV.Middlesex'Jiyc-eleelion is-taking.place lodag rll'is safe to say tlirtl will basilic-choice, of wants to get iii frozen inultou' irailc'lo'Wcsiern Canada. A iiV'court'with homp. His (fefence was loo fai to.keep it, clean. This.oughrtcntKltollie'Jeaii woman more popular inimalrimonia] :jrcles. A Roman CalTiolic priest was tendered a hanquei on'leaving Oshawa the Baptist and Melhodisl lo see Ontdrio showing 1i more ant spirit. _'._ The Review .cartoons (he Cbmttibn People as saying, Father Knickerbocker; having destroyed not kill ihe tiger and make1 an nil round job of words, were never ullercd. Taiinnaiiy'is'a disgrace to New York, DREAM (London Chrontcle) One-of'Uie most if drkam is the iirophctlc ces bt'ivliich Hbouhd; "The late Lord Dufferfu. when Iii dreamed one nlght'.tbat he-was In a hearse en toe cemetery. A day or so entering the lift of a he recognized the attend- ant as the driver of Hie hearse In his dreSfn." He stepped'cack, and the lilt asdende'd without him. As it neared the top" something broke, aud'It crash- ed' (b-the bottom again, killing every- one in: TJHE APPEAL TO HISTORY .1 (London Times) '.The present altitude of' the various sections' of the Irish people toward Home Ilule has no deep' roots in his- torjv: The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland' welcomed tlie Union, ac9. thjj Catiiblic masses accepted It ivljhout- demur, while the citizens of strongly, opposed An espresseJ its Vuiisp.eakab.le sorrow" at tbe attempt Important" to "Property Owners" Protect Ihe exterior of your houses from damage, by bad weather, by coating NOW car Special Outside Paint Mixed from I'nrc White Lead and Oil. 'The paint that has no equal The interior also will probably need a iilllc tyriglit- cninfi iiji. Yon cannot ilo belter than visit our store and in- spect our new slock of Wall Papers and Mnresco Tints -for Kalsoniininy and gel suggestions as niqsl suitable decorations for your own particular surround-' .ings. WELLINGTON BROS. PAPERHANGERS AMD PAINTERS "GIS'KHh'strcel S. Store: 310 Sherlock UuiMlDg. .'Phono'1412. phbdc'1752. THE CANADIAN BANE 7 OF COMMERCE .SIR EDMUND WALKER.C.V.O..LL.D, n.C.L.. ttEXANDER LAIRD, Crncral MMICUT JOHN ,MRD. AsVt Muug- V. C, BROWN, Superintendent o( Cenlml Western Hrjuicfaet BtstRKEiip; AND TRAVELLERS The CuiidUn Bank of Commerce, by reason uf lirjjc number of branches Ii every of Canada, with direct rupresentalion in Kcw Vwli San'Francisco. Seattle, Portland, Ore., Mexico an si Si. with Agr-.t End Correspondents in cvcrj1 part of the world, is able lo offer unsurpassed to ihe travelling-public, enabling them to obtain money in at 3-1- on tficir journey the ivortd over. The Travellers' Cliques and Lettns o" Credit issiifd by-lhis Bank overcc-me the antioyinjf difficultos of obtaining funJ- itroarf, in where idDntlfimtioii is itifHcult. and Drafts on all the lac world, drawn in sterling-, francs taarks, kronen, etc., can be cashed or purcharcd at reasonable rates. W. i L.ethbridge Branch R, L Bfymner, M6i to "reduce' us to the degrading situa- tion "of'a'colony-to England." In the past years we .have had ample proof that whe'a' Irishmen can bo induced lo get .together triey are capable or com- posing-even "their-oldest and fiercest differences: "1 wonder how.so.many forest fir said Xlrs McBrlde. "Pcrha tliey catch' accidentally from the Mou tain suggested Mr. Mcnride. Christian Begliler. WHERE'CARE AND of our.coliiinns who arc in bjirlcy. grow- would do wcli lo give-thcir.attention" to the remnrks'iniu- r lishcil on Saturday regarding Hie liurvcsting of the.grain. have had occasion too.close threshing as lend- ing lo dcslroy the commercial value of, barley. In proof of Ihe folly of.lhe practice comes the loiter from a-large mnll- -ing house. It conliuns Ihc slulenicnl lliatlasl season a mimljcr of cars were .turned, clown in the process of inspection, owing lo the fact that Ihc btirley had bceii-lhreslicd (op closely. The sisj- 1 iiificiin.t part 'of if is'that'the grain "was''in'every respect ,of fine (jiinliiy, bu! suffered from the process (o which it sub-jfu" ni'l selccnlic men who would be ii'iqsi likely jccicd. :Thc kernels were not only Ihe germ ends] careful expenditure and make a snccess.of the new. fpnn'.of-.yov- injiired, (hereby rendering Ihc grain useless for either inaltjng or j eminent. seed purposes. Tiie remedy for this is only a mutter of care and 'flic of the pasl two weeks have been miin'y Hon. nobl'.'Rogers-declared il was corrnplion ihal won kalclicwnn for-Uic Liberals in (he last provincial elections, ,iiiid yet Ilic onlvrscat' "opened- on tin election petition was.-..North Qn'Apptllc, lield'by.J. McDonald, Consen'a.tivc. He resigned rather than fiice in court, too.. Civic eletlors >v6ui.d foolish to promise suporl lo the lirsl sking for ;llieir vote. Hesen'c judgment until is id tvlin M-rttil.l lir> 111X1-1 with no nflcndanl rising in cost of it is'given for Hie and appalling.' 'The loss'of the Volhmio with ovcf one hundred benefit of the growers in the lelltc .under notice. After threshing i souls and in the Welsh coal mine is now followed Ihe wheat or other grain, or-even .before, if threshing barlev is'by.ihe airship Iriigccly'in Germany. And minor in. degrceionfj' the. lirst opi-nitioii, have the cylinders and canvnscs set properly for. Hie pii.rtic.nlar..threshing, umlJIlAirpfocluM a'cpinlily lliiil will I was the railway wreck hi England in which ten lives were crushed out. secure not only the highest ready sale. lUcenl experience has shown: that, barley gr'iiwinji is :m ex- cccdinjily proninblc industry iii this.pa'rf 6f- the? rfrpvince. To own infeiesl-c'li ktfp the produce al Us sluMiId Iw.in Ibcjlicvc thai thtr.i siilirihulc of every hurley going lo sino'sli in importance'with the Ihe comtnoilily'placed on sale. Nearly'fine-'-half Ihc public dt-bl of Albcrln ik earning-its esl-charges.ahd yet the opposili6n'would have.brif; ht- thtr.coiiditionsr arc iippulling nnd that .'life ccjiliHr'y is li becansi1 Mr.'Michfner is not prcniicr( Korlunalc- ly Ilicy are iiol'ahlc to so' convince llift people. LTIIOUGH Woodrow Wilson has! occupied the presidential j -TV chair of.lhe United Stales fof-nnly a'short hnsi given evidence of an ability, a shrewdness anil a breadth' of mind I thai have brought forth the acknowledgment'that his name will i rank amongst the mosl illustrious of his p.ri6ilcctssors. i His is the guiding hand under which Die greal republic has} casr.asidd llic'lranimels oj it.has discoycrcd lo' hi a "curie: If any eiicoiiriigcincnl.wnX'.rietdeil jiolityl it could be founil in Ihe .experienccsif. Great Britain just noted General San.iuel, in the course of the' .speeches he delivered in., this comttrj'.' H6r trade, he nfliriricd, _was at flic present lime flic iii her history; Ihe condition Itl erf ry thing i- i.l I -A IMACNIIICENT Jjntstf, bf Aa'lTnVj ind 'f.tdxt fic.pl Montreal, i 2' CO., Miin Have you how an audience yawns uninspired speaker? On the how an audience will, lean forwird the chair arms when., the Enthusiasm is, the buoyant-expression of truth. To impart belief-in anything, a man must believe it deeply hirnseif. 'such a man an This applies to the written word also particularly to advertisements'.'._ 'When the manufacturer really .believes iiy'hw-.'waresj-- his enthusiasm will .almost. J-.._._. inevitably find expression in-Advertising.; Arid en- thusiasm will readers of the figuratively speaking; "lean forward'and- lliten: intently." ;Tobe convincing an advertisement-. :convey an unmistakable impression of enthusiasm. This it "will .only do .when the article.....: ;adv'c'rlis'ed has inherent -Thus we have: Sincerity Advertising: Three close-linked. art i'llnlll t'H tftr. trMtnl llif AictrHiini-Dtftrlnnt tf iHi unifaftr. on prntmlat cr piifttnaliiiitHtirll maid tt will fir ti late tin cnnnl afj .lalilanti uf a [HI! Jivirli'ilnt agitcj, A' Hit if mill it fitthktj, tr.iAlHtlhn, tjkl'Smtlirj ff Canadian' PHONE 512, t.ETHBRIDO'e, AUTA, n ;