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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBRIDJBE DAILT HERALD Wednesday. October .25, LETHBfoDGE DAILY HERALD oKonMnK" Publlth.d by The LethbrldQt Publlihlng Co., 'Ltd.- lawful at Us ofdce, Sixth Strsel, Lethbrldse, Alberta Gin. W. A. Director Editor PHONB- PHONf. PHONB. Advertltlnj Circulation and Job Dept3. 1252 Rcportorial, and 1224 'DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered ROD 1 year, by mall by wall months delivered 3 months, delivered 1 monlh, delivered JI.OO 1 month, by mull Addresses chnufe-eif .is often ns desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be civeu THE WEEKLY HERALD. Published every Wednesday in elslit or more pajrtB. und coiitatua a of tho news or tho week, local auU district l year in advance..... f 3 mouths, iu advance (j months, in advance 75c. J THE DAILY HERA! Cross Drug Book Store, J.G.Hobert- son Co.. Jhckswu Cope. Alexandra Hotel I'ectplo's Drug Store. Co.. K.rt. Hamilton. PIncher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie B. Deal .D FOR SALE AT Medicine I..M.Norlham Cranbrook, B. "entile Atchinson. Claresholm-0. L. Kelnecka. Diamond Diamond Utjr Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co.- Brown .t Brown 4th St. Spokane-Tile .Tamieson News (jo., R'iverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Traini An Unwarranted "Assumption KRI3P OFF THAT la tilt1 injmiclion of Tories with resartl iu the Liberals 'and ilie control of its natural resour- ces hy tiie Province. Here is nu act !of appropriation for thv; hnae purpose jOf hoodwinking die publit. Has not ''jhe Great .Mogul of the party in Al- (let-lured that he wlK uot Lllow the Liberals io steal -chat part of his {platform? The and penalties "awaiting the Liberal pany for steal- ing what is Its own are. no doubt, and appalling- a. wonder- !ful system of ethics is propounded! io a hole and corner, r'or want 'or a policy, the Tories hold on to the -delusion that the programme of tli'3 'natura'j resources for Alberta is ubsol- theirs, all the tenacity of l-a browning man to a spar. U te the .only plank on which they hope liif-y "will be floated haven the -sweets of office :iwair- them. Therefore, they dins it and -are ijealoiis thai any one eise sho.ulil lay hand on it. They. depend ou -it Jso much for salvation, that the delus- wherefore this acl of 'Uim with the preparation for and tmml Unir -of tioxt year's conni'PSR. hot tneM? men bo chosen aa men who re- t'dv responsibility which is so thai anything they may be able to uinlie thu botter thnn will Then (here is the great insU of pro- viding Hccoinmodfttlim during the of the roimrfys. by th I Interest HI thn congress [hi year In Hie Dominion of Canuda, the IconK'iVss next" October'will ediiifio Iu 'numbers all previous meetings. estimate of the number of dule- (tutes io U'tlihrldKP In IP12 is twenty- rivo hundred, although It IK likwly to much iu excess of To provide accommodation for such H dokuuitiot! means an enormous task, and ihe of the e.Ky, re- will throw open their doors, and of -ihe moat iin- jiortntu (jiR'.stions to be ooneitiwred in liandlinj; a congress, and it was i the assurance ilia I Lei h bridge homes would be.'open io tho delegates next year that asked for ihe congress. A second problem to be considered in connection with -the con- gress Is the question of finances. The City "Council lias acted wisely in gnar- jameeins a gram of five thousand dol- I lars for the support of the congress. [There will not be a loyal citizen who [Will not concur with'the members of the council In thin action, for to H growing western 'city thv rvlurn will bo Incalculable. The Uoard of Trade more tlmn Justified and ItD largo thlit your already. the sou.lo it that tbuy keep this liody jip to the high standard of well-directed activity It bus reached ibis yea wo that its work next year I'M uonnectlon with thv congress may be oven bettor than Us Htrt.uaI accom- plish meiitii in years past. They 4do- tbe support uvory citizen, and by supporting them In their con- nffHintloiis, the eltlxens win on- ly be doing thejr dtity. Is Ki'owlny us neveivbe- lore, und U ha-i been with difficulty that the civic officittls have tried Jo keep Io the necessary ments. But before the euityresti nif.vis nere. it Is very necessary that ihe 1'nllway system be completed and in working order. Thai this will, be done seems now to he beyond a i doubt, ami every effort will he miide to push the eoustnictibn to meci. that end. Pa viiig is another problem which will be faced nexi year, and It is io he hoped tutu a large ol ihe paving can be, done, so llml hetb- Drldge can sbow to the world streets just as fine as any to be found else- With thesv improvements, and nn extensioiy of the work on.the park system, tJethbridge should' -be ibie to show her visitors it tfity which nil be remembered by ilvem as H ulty oeau.tiful. With all these things, fud vith the hospitality of the citizens of .ethbrldge to make the-vteltora Teel tt home, lite International Dry Farm- JIK LeLhbrldjge, in Octo- )er, HIR', will an epoch making vent in tlie history of this city. Kacis and history leli j The policy was, and i a diffei'eut (ale. w, as much ilini of'rtie Liberals, as it is thai of th'e Conservatives.1 Did not .Mr. Sifton, eveu at tlie time whten Alberta WIIH 'not ;r province, bu-f a pan of the old j Northwest. Territory, so down -to Ot- tawa to ash for the control of these self-tbme natural resources? Did he not. when 'he ass.uui'etl his .present po- isition, Support" a resolution calling: on ivlie government of Sir WiHritl Laur- jier to a rant the same'.' It. was only by I having to bow to a force niajeure call- ed for hy the then conditions of the time thfit. .he- -faffed in the first in- stance. It was only 'through the ad- verse fate of the then Federal gov- ernment tbat Ms wishes were not ful- filled in the second. But the policy i-j much' a policy of Mr. Sifton's as it ever The promise made by tlie present "Minister. will-, be He lifts gfveu lite uss.uranctt, marie nt tlie time a Liberal Roveriiuieiit was in power at lOdmon-' toil, -and- in. -doing, so -Jie will ityiug the tiesires "and aspirations of Liberals and Cquseryaiives. alike. The Public and tKe W, TO T-HE PUBLIC'at large, :ihe Al- herta .and Great Wn-icnya.vs rail way deal, of which there'is so jmicji talk iii the present election cam-. was-then thai" these were icaf :oF'thc province, and, hence celebrated. Liber- al revolt. -.The outcome -was, OUR POINT OF VIEW Vute for Shepherd! ilU'hener, the Tory leader, is as changeable as the weathter. He does not deserve more supporters al In carrying; out-' the wishes of the majority with regard to the A. und G. W. deal. .Mr. Sifton called an autocrat. That- word fias-a new mean- ing in the Tory dictionary. that Sbepherii is elected. The t'eterborb Review, a Conserva- tive newspaper, anticipates some changes' tln the Bordcn 'government ithih.ilje next six-months, io the-end that "somd rather mater- lap may'be abandoned. :ioy. the only sane policy on the A. and G. means that Alberta will get its nat- ural 'resources, Dr. Stewart, Ives and Edward Michener, to the con- trary notwithstanding. The Tories say: "If we win the four bye-elections we will defeat the Sif- ton but they neglect to tell the niiblic that they could only succeed in doing so, by joining hands with the allies of the A. and in thu "Trespassers- be is, more orjess, tie slogan of tile op- the stand they with regard ''to'-the natural resources of the province. Nothing like laying claim to a'il the gone to ihe trouble to disentangle, for themselves somewhat intricut'3 i but have merely come to look j-npon it as something of a mess. For ibis reason, they lay'themselves open io fee 'exploited' by unscrupulous poli- ticians, who count on iheir ignqranb'e paign, has appeared m the nature oCNsnatfon of the Rutherford "Cabinet, 'a maze. They have uerhaps, a call to.JJr. Sifton to aid the pro- fii a sKnajion made "domplicateil" nnd miworkabie by n 'sniail 'fafttioh. In' passing may be wet] FQ: remark -that it. is to Ibis partic- were' responsible for tliat the Michener party to make, them -their easy prey. Tlie .is g, -ihe- people their welfare. Ir is not 'doing so, in so public are, therefore, indebted1 Co the words..' .but byvsaylirg thai the speakers ai. r.h-- recent Liberal meet- I.defeat of .the supporters'pf Sifton Ing in the North Ward, for clearly and Kim ply placing before them the par- 1 iicuiars and issues of that deal. It is safe to say that, If there were any .in the audience who canve tq blame Mr..Sifton and his government, they Tent away to praise. The proposi- tion to build a railway to Fort Mc- -Murray.was one agreeable to all men in would mean the defeat-of the Sifton goyeriiinent. .As It has .previously been pointed out, this can only come about by the alli- ance of the'small Conservative min- ority, puny for all effectual purposes, with the section of Liberals friendly to the: A. and G. W. having carefully followed the The railway policy on which the outlines of tbe A. and G. W.-deal, can oriiment. at t-hat time under the'J3ad- [any'fair-minded and unbiassed person trship of Mr. Rutherford, was return- say that the Sifton government is in -TYUK approved by the people, "'he any way to blame, or should have fath- necessary to building the line on it, the sins of the Rutherford passed, and then parliament, ndmin.istrat.iim? We think not. A cd The gpneral policy, it may be was accepted. The details, government, as much as an individual, is entitled to fair play, and it is up ever, were worked out during in-jto the public to see that it gets it. terwming time between the two sw-j The', solution advined by Mr. Sifton sions by the Rutherford government, j was, in the welfare of the province, It. was only, when the house re-aasem- i th'e only practical one. It has been bled that. 'partic.ulaiy, showing the na-jcalled hard names, p.urcly.and simply ture of the deal, were put forward. It lor party purposes. What the L'ETHBRIDGE has the 'Dry .Fann- ing i'or 13H. Kve'ry good .citizen, will apprecin'te what thl-3 tncana to the city, nnd will also appreciate the well-dlrecteiJ en- ergies of the various bodies, which has made it, possl.bU1. Hut being 'he borne of the International Ury Farm- ing Congress entails more work than many people are inclined -in think, and when ltriB. said that.the real-la- bor connected with the organization fins but begun, the enormity of the task will ho .understood. Without a doubt, the Congress for 1012 wil he one of largest undertakings plac- ed in the hands of th'e of bethbridge, and it now remains-for them to show I hat they are KB capable t.hlfi'thlng'as they have been In, following up work ao far, and bringing Htich n satisfactory con- ciueion for this year. The oyeB of thoiiaoiulB of in the United States, and. In fact, in many of the countries nf the world ftre, directed toward a "Canada ns tht; homo of llwt Dr> Piinning-Consrcsft foi' tlie rollowing year. This Uun nmkcK It, nil the more Important 'thai, the people of Lethbridgc should carry off thifr part-ofVihe p'erforrn- ance In proper manner..' The .ftilure de- penda to a great extent on the activ- ity and of the citizens of l.fUhhrldgc, and if every one could realize what a stircessful congres-.i in could mean to this city, their support would bvj nnanlmo.uti. out! thing-the city IK fortuiiale, and 'that IP, in having .John T. Burns, permaiiflnt secretary of the congreHs, as a citizen for fho coming year. Mr. .IJnrna Is of force, and the en- viable position of thft Dry Farming aa ,it stands today is dn-a In no small men euro to bin untiring zeal, an thfi chief, executive officer behind the organization. With him to direct the energies of the along (he j proper lines, HUCCSHS should he aasur- ad, for ablhty is known lover iinU a continent. t Ainonij ot'iior things which will fajl jon the ahoiildftrs of thu of I.eih 1 bridge rj. their part, of l.hc lask will jnhle Board of Control, which will have [in hnnd the uctual uurk la conuec- Premier Sifton's policy on the A. 'and ,G. W. -has .riot chunged, but it would'take a contortionist to beat .Michener in number of idetis'lfee has had in this niatter. The ,js. advocating that excuse'for npt standing by his promise with regard to the natural Tt shows the Hsjht in which, these gentlemen re- gard obligations, .Their fwpfd' will certainly be'.'their bond.'.'." Shepherd" "Is. the luaa for bridge. .Leth- FOJtSALE 3__________ _________ ______________________. 160 acres in Township 11, Range 21, W. 4; payment plan. 640 acres in Township 12, liiuigo W. 4; 400 acres under uultivMlioji; a snap itl pur 820 acres in Township Kan ye W. 4; raw land; all ilpam plow; -81.7.00 per acre." .room fully modern close in Easy 50 x .125 on London Jio.iil, Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- -Company Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 111 tp M5 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Lelhbridge has been treated by the Sif toil', government, and it is tlie duty of" all "fair-minded citi- zens to support "the candidate of that government, S.-JV.Shepherd. The Reed street extension is com- ng along H has been forced into the aiwna of provincial politics. And it may yet ,b-e: discussed in the House of Lords. In speaking of agricultural devel- opment.only; and forgetting was such a thing; as a coal mining indus- try in Opposition leader shows that ha Js-the. kind of Rtatea- man who never looks below thn sur.i face of -things. The Conservatives advocated civil service reform when out of office, and si ne'e they are in power they appoint a politician, postmaster tit- Montreal. Not much reform in is there? If you want negotiations to be car- ried on with Clarkfe.''the Kansas City promoter, vote for Stewart, but if you want Clarke business, stay- by the Sifton government, and vote Tor Shepherd. When MT. Magrath was defeated, the Tories regretted that this city hadn't the advantage of a govern- ment supporter at Ottawa, but now they arc doinK their .utmost to de- feat 'the government candidate in th'e ijye-elnction. Hon. Frank Cochrane is beginning to his way at Ottawa already. j The new chairman of the Traascontin- jenlal railway Is a Cobalt millionaire. He has made a fortune in Cochrane'? country. He is not known a-3 a prom- inent railway engineer. The Peterboro Review advocates "a reduction of the duties on cement, yet- it. opposed the asreenrant which I would have reduced the duty upon ce- jiuen-t from tho United States. Isn't I the Review afraid that we might bo j cemented Io the United States if thii. was done? Think- 8ennlor Lougbeed any a Mr. Borden I clirry out all his promises. That The Toronto News says that the new Conservative administration "will restore to the new Western provinces the full ownership and control of'thvsir lands, forests and mineral areaK, of which they were deprived at. their in- and yet our'good friends Mr. Ives and Dr. Stewart, baldly make provision Uiat this will not occur un- til th's Conservatives are returned to power in this province. It Is n surety that Mr. Borden's ideate are higher than -thai of his Lethbridge support- ers, Keep Smiling is good advice, Thi's the nf the oiilinlBt. Tiie "Don't worry" man is wnlliilj chap .Who looks forward to n bright future of hBiiltli uud wenHh too, of course. The li.ECornoil. Hn Is blamed for n and flonmy (irapoalllon receives no aymimlhy for his morbid H Isn'ii. altosether right. -Mfiliy tnnu gets Iho reputation for having a sour illcroBition when the (ruth (it matter Is Hint he lias n sour stomach. N.val'r, nysiieiwIii-Table'jg help that man. Thar contain pepsin and (HaitjiKe In scientific proporlloila. lie call eat "wlat'hs liken what the iieisln falls to dlaest the dlllK- tase will care A good a IjlesBing. Nyai's Myapepula Tabled! lirltljc a -Two s'r.ea. r.tlc. The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE SM. T. H. Bill the Miner (Hamilton Herald.) It is natural that Bill, being a Mm er, should dig out. Name, Please? (Toronto WorlA.) There is only one good play er in tbe Ottawa cabinet. ROBERT SAGE. L. F.. EVE'RILL. Printers Stationers, Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extention of they have arranged to keep their works in full twing as at present Something New in Cabinetmjking (London Advertiser.) A cabinet with our, a Scotchman Presbyterian, QT a farmer is one elty that -Mr. Bordeu has produced 'fioing to a Rowl fn 1 lint s I m just goln'g't'o ash e oa o 'ras, .asking pjiiy that -the prospective sent! :iov More Stimulating f Cranbrook Herald.) There is a deal more fun io be had Qtit of opposing a government than out of defending one. Why Did She Overlook Vaudeville? j (Omaha Bee.) j The secret is otri, at last. The j Mayoress of 1 lunnewell, Kan., is on a lecturing tour. Directory Estimates (Toronto Telegram.) Winnipeg should assail the c'onsus returns with more powerful and po- tent weapons than directory csiltmiUv? of population. Directory estimates have no mom to do with the actual figures of ;i. city's population that have thO dreams of a drunken man. tha landlord io "-peak "o thc'.'janitor I about. The Pcad Riches j beats the dickens wbal sehem'as j crooks try to get a little and Lake a chance with the govorn- I said'iii jecrcv' service man the 'other di5 Two feflowg who hail been kept on move, recently lighted in this city hnd Inuen-cd udb in coiiniry papers offering a book of secrets, ontitlsi! in j "Of. -..course, they were'1 themscfyVa on 'tho. to we iutBi- "Weil, what was' their iMiii'fid tlic raportor. "Oh, yes. 1 forgot to r.'eil you that. Why, lliey mailed victims _a of a book direct ing ''thcuT-'fo Un- ited Stater? Mint. 'Sixteenth anti- Spring Garden greets, telling 'em how ro got there any point In dolphia." Philadelphia Times. J ust Take Honors Customer I didn't. ROC its your car won any prize in I hat race. What aite you blowing about? Auto Sir! We bad a higher percentage! of finish alive than any other firm! Well, how tlo yon like having a place In I.I.v country? Hasn't the n.vercifee done yon Rood? ami HO bus tho real ea- Honsewiirming "Moved into your coxy flal, uh'.'" "Vei." SUMMER ALL WINTER Keep the hotce warm nml you wjll save l.he'oxpenso of a trip f in winter; you will kiiep ;iH your .fnmily logfillior and in' -To do this-you will need the Not Water IlenfiOg System, mi! foi uonoim efficiency find regularity you will Wiliit a Hat Water Boilers II, allows ymi lo flowers in Ihe house aiul eoniloi't tlie year rotind.. Its firebox absorbs all ihe heat inlo water, and there is no chance uf a dull fire tliroimh an accinnnlation oC (illnkerH. Owintr Io sjifrial construction the heat is ail kept in ihe holler; Ihls 'cuts your T.-.I! connidp.rabiy. The iipn-leakliij{ joint MK! oHmr aryumontii wir-ivill yon about If yon Vritft iiH Tor further-information ;uul Ijooklet. also carry In stock-a complete line of pitching METALS, LIMITED CALGARY. EDMONTON. LETHBRIDGE. ;