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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK. LETHBRIIM3E DAILY UERALO 24, I1HI. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pdblllh.d by The -LethbrldB.. Herald L> liwful tvtnln, at Hi office, Sixth Ulhbrldge, Alberta tan. PHONE: Reportbrlal, 1224 W. A. Dlwetor and Editor PHONE.- Advertising 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION year delivered ?4.00 j 1 year, by mail {j-jjjj by mal 1 month, by mail 2oo often as-desired.' hut.bo'.h new nnil old fid- months delivered 3 months, delivered 1 montb, delivered J3.00 Address ess changed drones miist-be given. THE WEiKLV HERALD Published every Wednesday in 'elicit' more pages. coutalni a summary of the news of the week, local tind district 1 year in advance..... fl.50 j 3 months, in advance I) months, in advance "5c, f THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cress Dms Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson Alexandra Hotel Perjile's Druy Store. Co., R.tV. HamlltoD. Plnchcr D. L, McCrea. Bros. Drug k Book Co. Fernle B- Deal Medicine Hat-L.M.Nortbain Cranbrook, 8. C.-BeattU Alcbinjon. L. Reinecka- Dlimond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Spokant-The Jamiesou News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also on all C..P. R. Lessons From the Census NOT TO RKLY on fancy, but on fact, must be. brought home lo our Western cities as a re- suit of ihe Boosting alone is not sufficient, wiihoir; ibe reality. H does not do to rely too much on the importance of numbers. Figures, no doubt, count, luit there are far more Important assets in communities which should be retted on for reasons of at- tracting population, and assuming im- portance. When the dream is rudely broken, as at present by the govern- ment enumerators, cities that have made it a boost that th'eir population runs into so many cannot help feeling somewhat foolish. They ire ulaced in the same position as the proverbial jackdaw with the pea- cock's feathers. To apeak the truth .delusion, al- though it may appear harmless, does. pay. Independently of causing disappointment, Ii causes the strang- er to look doubtfully on real benefits locally claimed.- Already ihe people or' Eastern Cauadii are remarking that are boastful. This i sad position, which, after )ue verdict of the census, we Westerners have to submit to ia silence. We nave had a rude awakening, but wi'il ho doubt derive great benefits from the experience. We shall have learned 10 paly on the developing of actualities as a mode of attraction and expansion, instead of on what our wishes somebott' lead us to believe in. .Our imaginations have had a rebuff but let not this deter us from believ- ing in ourselves, not Vainly, but in earnest. j Whateiyr attractions we have in com- mand to add (o our numbers, let us make :the most of them. Let .us not grasp at shadows, but at substances, and maing the most of these we shall earn the respect and confidence, not not only o (those who have come to reside with us, hut also of the strang- er without, our gates. The Government 'Congress rTU-JAT the government-rot the pro- J[ vince fully realizes, the value..of the money in the right way, and for a highly practical purpose, is shown by the grant of as a guarantee for bringing the Dry Farming Congress to Leth- bri-dge. N'o aspersion can at any lime be passed on it that it is not a legislature for the welfare of all. It has vindi- cated Ms position as n sane and prac- tical body. In doing good to tlie city it is doins good to the agricultural 'community around. It has fully estim- ated th-a importance of the Dry Farm- ing Congress TO the province as a- whole. That is an attitude whereby it must, earn the of all men. When a government grasps the im- portance and practical utility of ilrj !vetiiie of a congress nue the one at Colorado Springs, il is deserving of every confidence, nor can it be accus- ed of not having a serious nnd proper regard to the -expenditure of public monies. Irrespective of the grant, the gov- ernment has. in the person of Hon. Duncan Marshall, used influences of a personal nature in bringing the oV sjres of the community 10 a head. This; at.a time, -as Mr. Shepherd ex- pressed it at North Lethbridge, when his services could have teon used in furthering the interests oi the gov- ernment candidates in the campaigns now-in progress. The time which might have been spent for political advantage has been iraed in further- ing, the welfar-e of the .province. The attitude of the government, and ona oi Us "personnel, in the present oc- casion, should.be realized by the pub- lic. By the avprestuuu of their ap- proval they show tlreir contempt of 'Hie mud-slinging tactics of a cer- tain portion of' ihe opposition. As- persions cast-with nothing to Justify them, and purely the results of the same feelings which cause a bull to become frantic over a red rug. It is. a; sorry thing for any country if it is .unfortunate enough to have men who cannot see good in anything. It Ms not; that these men cannot see, but" that they will noi see. They iiav'ft resolutely turned their faces to m-all, and it. would be well for the country and for the province that they should be allowed to remain in that 'position._ _____ Let praise be given where it is ite- rved, no matter by what party, pr by what persons, public benefits are OUR POINT OF VIEW Vote Tor Shepherd! Alberiti's dobt in no discredit lo Al- bvrta. j If you elect Stewart, tlie A. and W. promoters will be bronchi lo life again. Shepherd would make a must cap- able reprefcm alive. Heo that h-o is elected. Dou'i dot-file ho iv you art; goini; to u iviii you hear Alberta's Prem- ier tomorrow nig'lit. ALTON tlie line, Letlibi'ldpe is the .only place on the map of Canada-just now. They're talking Lcthbridge all ov- ilia States jiow, making plans here lo the Dry Farming Con- gress. A'bsrta'i! Premier dUphiyed cour- in handling the A. and G. W. mat- ter, and tlifi honust electors should back him up. .Mr. llorden IK pacifying tlie storm, elements In his party, He appoints i I oil ding Orangeman. Spanker of thi ItoiiHe, mid a foremunL. Deputy Spenl.or. Neither of (hem tio iible to say anything in their new Jobs, The Torltn say tlioy ciin beat the government by carrying these ions. Thoy could only do HO py s leas with the Ltbenito, who support ed A. and G. W. deal. Are the Honest electors of this city prepared to support a Oi.uUld.ue who Is witting to SHorifice Alberta's In. or tier to obtain v Fred Korster U :ui ideal choice of tlie Provincial government us Chiel Licvuse Inspector of the win .be fearless in the dincbarge his duties, and will bring ability tuui good judgment to Uic position- 'Mr. Korster is a friend of law enforce- ment, but he is also a friend of fair piny, and all parties can exp'jct a square den! from him a-j the chief H cense officer. Sounds Like a Lynching i Memphis Commercial-Appeal.) Somehow Li Hung is not a very en- couraging name for China's new "Pre- sident." The More the Better ,iSi. Louis Republic.) Champ Clark-predicts-that the Re- publicans will have two candjdates or president next and La- The Democrats feel pretty near strong enough to beat three or The New Minister of Labor (Stratford Beacon.) What did Mr. Crothers, Minister of labor, ever -do for labor that he should have received that portfolio the Borden. Cabinet? He was r> member of n commission on school .ext books for the Ontario gvernment ind it was given out with much flour- ish that the government1 bad, because of his report effected .a great saving n the price, but it is now known that vhen tb'a cost of the plates furnished' ree to the publishers, a big degart- neirtal store in Torontp, is taken into jonsidennion, the reduced price to contingency which Arthur Ha vices of tile British-horn seems'to bave ov- erlooked; Wearing Down a Cabintt (Montreal Herald.) I As lira new Cabinet cannot, to escape the natural peualtioa of of- fice, it may, he as one scans the list of new to recall how the now victorious-Con- Kervath-es fur ihu {.ru-ii of strong men cam-- hiio oifiM Jn and how, in eounj or tirue, orjo after another ot" the bii; HI on off the scene of Fifteen years does not seem so very long a lime, when one looks buck at it. .And what a''galaxy of great figures have been removed from public view in that Fifteen years ago, Sir Oliver Mpwat counted for something in Canada. He went into the first Laurier Cab- inet as miniater'of justice. He went out, and Sir David Mills, another big man Inliis day, came in. He went out, and Sir'Charles FttEpatrick came In. H .may be doubted if th'are been moro resourceful political mhid at the service of any government.- Then he went and Sir Allen Ayles; worth, a glorified lawyer, rafliaiiriir came in. Before the genorarelection he, too, pulled Here, therefore, "in the one office of mreuts is made up by the whole monster of justice had conie King the Mmisier 1 Mi in the I inner eminent, devoted years to the special study of A Storm in a Tea Cup QUALIFIED by a pretty strong adjective, Dr. Stewart took oc- casion to condemn certain statements which he professed to have heard made by his political oppo- nent's'. The one was with regard to his towards the Reid street extension, the other- toward-.? the -traf- fic bridge. .Vow, tlwe worthy doctor "doth protest too imtch." Surely, knowing the character of his oppon- ent, he cannot think "that there is anything serious in what he complains about. With reference to the traffic bridge, which comes in as a subject in this campaign, Mr, Shepherd public- ly stated that the didate'had declared that be.support- ed its erection. lie, however, wisely remarked that he would be, if elected, in a better, position to obtain the siime than Dr. Stewart would bo. Thm was only a common seiiue sfate- ment, palpable to all, for bis Sifton' is with him so far as- general P.ubljc ulilities aiu Whereas, with Dr. Slewnrt IIR could not barsnfn for the support of Mr. Mlcbener, taking Into consifferaiion his one-sided aspt-cl, fia shown by that gentleman's'own utterances. A bee cannot rely on himself alone for ciirrylng'oiit a proiioRltlon brought be- fore' the house. Xo man ran valun so highly as thar. be iiecBHsary for him have'lVrtpsyrn- patliy of his party, and can Ur. Stew- (irt rely on HA a ciinciu- sion? -Will there be sufficient auth- ority behind him to back tip what he proposes, aud-ao bringiU into'accom- pllshmenl? Why should -tlje irate doc- tor bpi! over in this fashion and place such credence in what, after all, is only an idle tale? Man of the world, as he is supposed tie is giving I the mutter too much serious consid- jeraiion. rSo .much, in fact, (hat it jiooks vary much- like a bitl for sym- r pathy on .the part of a poor and much lie cannot have such a poor opinion of the public, that I they could be so easily gulled. The i public know well 'enough that either candidate, should he -hope to meet jwfiii success nt the polls, must csll- matt ihfi im'portancR of the traffic Therefore. this ebullition of temper In, If Or. Stewart will par- ilon oiir'wuyinn so, very childish. The Liberal party h'as a-grent deal more to rely oii than-in ihe clrcnlstion of wild [ind silly tales. It lias the re- jcords of n wlee-Mtid piuvldcnt govern- j ment lia.s the beneficial wording of a'policy .which1 Is plnfn for all'm'en (a sfie'ahoiild they j II point to-this and to j that us nhowiag what the has nehliived. -dpctbr i tnke h'eaVl, he rioming1? (iaiiiilwl. nave a fair flihti'aiid'hp'pari lie a SHU rife itut opponentB'wItl'al- fuel, llian nit (ic- Hon. he labor question, earned that Mr. It his _ 'rothers time to grappling with this qirestion. Argentine Liktly to Benefit Stratford Beacon.) The Toronto' Sun points out how events may transpire in ihe United States to both Canada and Bri- tain feel smartingly the recent decis- of this couniry upon the reciproc- ity proposal The occasion is being taken advantage, of to revive -senti- ment for the -project of closer rela- tions between the -Pan-American re- id gone-.in. vJiCteen years, ifi's, the had a .sim- ilar experience.' Mr, Tarte and Sir Henri Joly were gren.c iir'lSW. Fresently they'were both gone. Mr. Tarte gave way lo Mr. Prefontaine, another'' very strong man, standing firmly on bis own' feet. Sir Henri Joly gave place to Mr. Brodeur, and b'y tbo time he had developed strength of his own, he had to Mr. Prefon'.-. taine's place. .Fust before the -elec- -ion he, too, passed off the Two of the fine figures of 'the' firs11 cabinet were Sir Louis Davies and Sir William They had both beon on the bench Tor years. From 'the very first the oppoiition acnss in Township '.I t, Range 040 acres in Township' II Kati'i'o W. '4; 400 acres -nndor cultivation; a snap at. SttLMM) per acre. 320 auresjn Township 4; CUAV land; all stciTni per acre.1 (i room modern' in: Easy Lenns.. 50 x 125 on London Koad. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ornngs Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 of fortune Jind be sacrificed that their fallows may live? Which are the weait in the wall through whicN the Opposition will try to break in? shall soon know. public. Letters-tire appearing in Am T.. erican commercial papers urging the (started in to wear down one or a mil h Washington government to turn away jer member of the Cabinet. Thfy, i from th-e rebuffing Dominion and look tor reciprocity in trade it n coun- tries to the south. 'Interesting devel- opments may easily result from this agitation, it should be possible for the United States to negotiate a trafra treaty with Argentine mote favorable, from a United States point c; view, than the pact recentfj icjec 3d by Canada. .Argentine conie-3 as near to being a purely agricultural country an any in the United States is a manufacturing- country. Hers are tire natural-conditions for a deal. Argentine would "doubtless be glad to lake liberal concessions in the matter of duties on United .StaUs manufactur ed goods entering hei markets lu re- turn for the free'admission of Argen- tine grain, meats arid other farm pro- ducts" the markets of the United States. ir.auch ian xn-angeuvent is made, we shall 'see Argentine enjoy- np it, at our doors a profit trade which Canada might.have had. In- lidentolly, we.. may see Argentine's purchases of manufactured goods, -10 cent, of which now comes from llreat Britain largrfv transferred to the United Statea. Ttjla'is a possible Kan on Mr. Tarte. They passed from him 10 Mr. BUir. From hini'_ passed to Mr. SIftcyi. From to Mr. Hyman. From him to jjr-. 'Env merson. From to .Mr. All these, as it happened, after be subjected to the mcst violent 61 sition criticism, ceased to be members of the Cabinet. Following up. 'their sysieni. they spoofed on MT-.'" K er, over the Dundonald business; outfought them, but. a dirk with. Icng- memory" behind it reached, Klff vital spot 'last month. They went af: ter Sir Frederick Borc-an, but'didn't get him. They had latterly, special- ized on Mr. Pugsley, but Mr. 0: was looming up for spotlight honors when the curtain fell. Was it. any great wonder that.after this what was left of the old Lauri'ar Cabinet ybou'ld meet defeat? From this on. it !s the Borden Cab- inet that begins to disintegrate; the new generation of Liberal public nran begin to gain strength, bldlna; their time. Who of the new ministers have come lo stay? Who of thein -jire on passage to the bench, or ottntr prefer; ment? Who are lo take the buffets "Just a Joke j M j "Keep Smiling is good advice, bat- This Ii tbe'dtli1 'of the outimst. The "Uon't worry" man a genial, Binjllng chap looks forward to a bright future of health and anil wealth loo. of course. lie peminiiKMa scorned, lie is blamed for a surly und, gloomy deposition ami receive! no sympathy for hia morbid foreboding It inn't. altogelher right. Many a. man the reputation for liaving; a aonr disposition when the truth fit m.ittfr la that he has a aour momach. N.Til'a Dyspepsia Tjblela Fill help that man. They contain iwpsiii and diaslase ill scienliflc proportlonf. i can cat whit he and what tlie falls lo digest the dlas- .IIIHU will take care of. A good a .blewing. Kyal's Dynpepsla Tahlets bring JV and The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE IW T. H. MeCREAOV, A Case in Point U-eirly rising brings great wealth, Aa ancient sta'te. The milkman, who arrives by stealth, have a bank roll great. Too Much Mney "Did you try counting yheep for ypur doctor, but I made a m'jss of it. I counted sheep, put 'em j on tjie cars and shipped 'eni to miir- Icet. The wnd of money I got for Jem niade me afraid lo go to sleep." Not a Riot "Whafy lira asked the for- eigner. "Do you have bread riots replied the chairman of reception committee, "that isn't _n mob. Tliofiel are citizens trying to the baseball scores on a bulletin S30.25 Now Is "tlie tlrao to make reser- vation for Fall dtid Christmas sijil- ings .iccommodation fof Third Class Passengers. Closed rp.pms. new, twin-screw steamers Special ruijrorid fares in connection with ocean tickets.to Europe. Cnnard Line Canadian Service. SS Oct 7, S.S. "Ascan- Oct. 21; S.S. Nov. 4; S.S. Nov. 18. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New December 2nd. For further information apply to any Steanjihip or Railway Agent. n. E. Lidinan. Genaral Canadian West M4B WINNIPEG we should .b's here a week, or ten it wpuldibe possihle. It's ju-el. U to he separated from one s wife indefinitely. Laurier became, a I most, patted the young mnn on his shoulder iiTjd said 'Ah, rrjeiul. I-.have always said that it ifa a vcrj great to CANADIAN PACIFIC FAKE OJVK-THIKD For (lie Jtoiiiid Trip Oil 1M, For further partculari -apply Jo est C. P. R. Agent. R. G. VcNEILLIE, iDistrict Passenger Calgary, Alberta. 26-1-7 eparato man and his wife. Good afternooii." I nitetMou wife noi lolegidpherl to New Wouldn't Bite dViBw York Tribune.) Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Canadian ex-Premier, is a diplomatint, Al tlie very end of the last, session or the Ot- tawa parliament, when every one, Win ted to know when UK dissolution would taka place, one of the smartest of. the Washington correspondents of the New York newspapers who wan C.inndu on the reciprocity qiiMtion, undertook to Inakla the Prc-' mler betray his hand. Me called on Sir WHfriil and began to talk of the beauties of Canada. the moat iilace I've ever h'a declared. "It'a a long to bring my wife from Washing- ton' merely for a or two, but. I'm tyre she would like to conn- worth whife, Sir Wilfrid." 'Tin sure nothing could be more replied tin; amieginan, aii for any lady to sit on our beau- ifitl parliament hlrl, nnil tin; river "Bui, it's such a long way to coma fop only a day or went on Ihe ipAper man. "If we only knew ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS Winter Excursion Rates ROUND TRIP 5 MONTHS LIMIT. On Sale DaUy, Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOiA, tASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA KOOTENAYS OWEAT 1PIITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA 4 THE CONTINENT (JhriNtmais Ships IT. IOMN iflil LIVERPOOL tmprtn of trittin Fn OK. 1 Manitohi ....Sal. ;1 ImprlH Frl Dec. 15 for rMf) vitions or beitliK or; Inrthir ptrtlciiliri apply any Rail- J. i. CARTIR. General Agent, fN'Miln St., WINNIPEG SI. Liverpool Like Manitobl Emprco of Ireland Lake Champlaln Empreil of Britain Lake Manitoba of nd Lake Champlair Thur Oct 12 Oct. 20 Thur CM 26 Frl Nov. 3 Thur 9 Frl Nov 17 Tpur Nov 23 Last Sailing from St. Lawrtnce. ;