Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, O.Holu-r 32. 1912. Conpsfl.Delegates anil Visitors May Have the Daily Hsrald Forwarded to their, pottage, prepaid, during 'Congress Week for 15 cents. Full reports of all meetings will be published daily. Keep Your Friends at Home Posted HERALD, LETHBRIDGE: Please llncl conla enclosed, for which send tlio Lethhridge Dally Herald for one wet'k eliding October 2ii, to (ho following addresses: Nnnio Town I'rqv. or Stuto 1 at the office of Messrs.. Freenmn, .Macteod Coaipany. Domhiioii o'uldckiill'Ule" afternoon, liy Frank Wirdtlinstoil, 4At the Ridiculously Low Upset Price of per acre The owner will be on lira ground: to clcse tlie deal with 'all nvoner and necessary papers. DO NOT JIISS THIS OPPORTUNITY of a Ufe-tinie but come mid bid on this valuable property. i, ..v Fuller particulars as to terms, etc., may lie obtained on application to the Auctioneer, ami arrangements made to view property, Suite '1, Dominion Block, Lethbridge, or KUBBMAiN-MACliEGD COMPANY, Land Agents, 100 acres situated eight miles from city; all under cultivation. 50 ACRES IN ALFALFA The land is all fenced; and there fa a good house and barn. This is an ideal Mixed Farming Quarter An inspection cf thlG farm will convince you that the price is 565.00 PER ACRE The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonnld Block. Lelhbridge, Alberta. AN EXCELLENT CombfoBfiDii Stock and Dairy Proposition CDiuslEtlng'-ot 1155 acres situated ou tho LITTLE niVBK IK Towi'ship Hango 30, and Township M, Kange 20, West of the 4th Meridian, lying In n compact body: 18 miles east of Cnnnaugas and very close to the C. P. li. Sijlli'cld survey and grading. Tile entire IB fenced with three w-ires and cross-fenced, mostly cedar iioste. The soil Is of the very best, being a clay liiam with a ciay subsoil. Pnily C50 acres of the property are MODd ctlHi- v.ite.-ihle lands, and tho balance Hue, pasture. Plenty of running water and springs for as well as dom-astic use. Thero aro 115 aores under acres-ot this beins" in tiuna hay. _ Tiie luiildintrs ccasist of a 5-room storey-aiid-a-half house, I'ramo bnlli and shingle roof; 'Barn by UO, frame, irou-clad, on sione ionudation, one. storey high. Another barn 12 by SO, divided into box Btali-j; coal house, chicken house and root house.' This "-Is an exceptional opportunity, for gohiff into tho mixed f.-irmiiiK proposition and tire owner (a widow) has the beat reason? for wishing to sell (which in no fray reflect unuii 'the hunt. 'I1'1" property HAS TO BE SOLD, and will be offered for sale by public auction on the TITK LKTinminOK DAILY ENGLISH POLITICS SEEN THROUGH UNIONIST EYES Cable Letter in Which the Liberal Position is Rather Belittled London, Oct. Lloyd Iteor- go had lust week mi experiment auth as rarely falls to the let of a cabinet minister In England, and aS a result the laud campaign which has arouBod such furious discussion lias corne to an end before ft ablo to develop far enough for anyone to the Idea of the- program which government intended to iry and put ihrough, or oven if the cabinet hail really outlined a program. From everything said and done so fur It seems more than lilwly there will be.no nrogrum. All the public had seen was a series ol' denials that this, or that, or the other policy, wa the one the government had adoptee and it seems probable that the gov oniment under tlio domination Lloyd George's insistence on the nc ccsslty for land reforms was using ihe machinery at its command to gather information which lead to ihe feruling of u, definite pro gram iif reform. II is doubtful if Mr. Lloyd George himself knew what he was going to do anymore than tho other members or tus cabinet but he IB strong enougli to impress on the government his de- tor; "in a I ion to make the wealthy class bear tlie-principle burden of the cost oC support of the country and it 'is a remarkable tribute, to his strength of character that he 1ms not only able to force the cabinet into accepting Us but that the mere fact that I he announced .himself in favor of the land reform should arouse mien a fm-r ot! opposition. But when it came to ilie test. In...the Louse of on Tuesday his. collengues of the cabinet had not the courage to sttt'ad against the storm though Lloyd George probably enjoy- ed 41. It is decades since a cabinet j minister has been "booed" In the house [of commons but on Tuesday nigin wlivii the home rule guillotine work- ed automatically against half an hour pent In uecklln; the chancellor ot jt.be exchequer'a large section of the house stood ul> and "booed" him and this eventually was too much for his colleagues tor the laud campaign since then has suddenly come an end. The official explanation is that the parties eTiergie.3 must be concentrated, at until March by which time it is hoped to have' the hoino rule bill out of the way. The Stuai official explanation is that 'war In B.iUtaTiB Is attracting so tention from tlie public that the latter is disinclined to give sufficient time to land reforms and that the govern- ment must have the strb-flg and undi- vided support of the public wh.eh the scheme is launched. The truth seems to be that tlio bitterness of the opposition hitB frightened every member of the cabinet except Lloytl Uconie. especially us he is the one who has his heart and soul in the play. Doiihtlc-ss other members of the cabinet are heartily ic set cut ol a position they were forced into nllh the utmost reluctance but it must lot lie supposed thai, Lloyd George forget this favorite scheme. Jle in temporarily subdued but in never silenced and he wll1 cou.e br-cV asain fighting for land reform at the opportunity, the only effect of ihis net back is Mint ho is denrivivl of the. means the Kovenimunt machinery would give him of much information which would be of the jcreiiteat benefit in working out tho details of ihe plan. For though the government states with au air of the greatest confidence that it CKp'2Cts to be busy in parlia- ment with Home Rule until .March, the probability is that soon after the first of next year it will find itself confronted with a situation which wii! force it to appeal to tho country IK a general election and the trend or recent bye olections.together with tho ever widen Ing breach with the labor party af- fords but little hope that the Liberals will coiitinno in power after the gen- eral elections. The operation of the parliamentary ;uillotine will bring a final vote on home rule in December. There Is mall reason to doubt that the hill will KISS the commons, though not by a large majority, ami there is even leys reason to doubt timt the Lords will j throw it out by an overwhelming ma- jority. Tllc house wiH then face for the first time the working in parliament of act curtailing the veto of the lords and it is strange that this experience with no precedent by which to 'meas- ure actions, should come on a bill of such supreme imuortauce to the 'conn- try. On a: minor bill with a large ministerial majority in tlie commons the government would have' no reas- to, hesitate to over ride the veto I of the Lords in the manner provided j jy the act, and to set a precedent that might be of most value in the luture but with the dangling lan- iorlty of the parliament aiid the steady row of defeats in it is extremely doubtful if Mr. Asqtiith's government for all its-coniident talk, venture to jam 'home rule through the, house for a sejoud time "with appeal to the it is cer- ii that the unionist "leaders will en-1 deavor by means ot these same merits' of: a; 'rapidly .wi'akeaing -govern- ment to persuade the King to exercise lis prerogotive -and dissolve parlia- ment j di- recting army operations. He has shown himself, so far, a slucxvd anil diet that Adrianople will fall into thu'hands of the Bulgarians after on- ly a few days' siege. ACCEPTED GEARY'S RESIGNATION nooses and have them ajl prepared to (ToronUJ; 21-The City Council put around the necks of the condtmn- year. Alderman A. iMaeGuire was elected controller in Sir, llockon'B stead, se- eurinK sixteen votes, to three cast lor Alderman Rowland, St. Peteraliurg, Oct. slim frown Prince, the Grand puke Alexis is seriously ill at, the Impcrr ial hunting' lodge of Spala in Rus- sian Poland as the result of an ac- cident on Oct. 15, He., then suffered an injury on the left side of the groin no anxiety until lyj .Sunday evening hit, temperature Had two meals :i lo 10Jli This dccieased some- tho i it. t 70 years and do not believe I rei'Iuinly think [icopte 'cat dinner. Doctors will tell you that is not. enough, but it has boan for me. I oat a diet that, agrees with me, prac- tically no meat. AB to exercise this is decidedly the most important factor what yesterday hui rose again las't night; to 102.') Several court physicians are in air tendance.' The Grand Duke is only eight years old. for MEN and BOYS is warm, well-fitting elastic rib underwear. It will not shrink and is always comfortable.