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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i'HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Friday. October 25, 1912. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EtTABLISHl'D DBCEMOEFI 1907 rublf.hecl by th.-'.Lethbrldge. Herald Publishing Co; Ltd., every liwful evening it; It. office; Street, LethBrldge, Aloerta, Canada. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHOHEl Editorial, Reportorlal And Newe Department 122 4 PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Jot) Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES raa" i changei! Co.: Jackson Co.: Alex- Htidra HotH: People's Kenny AUln. i us dcBlred. but nr must be given. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT L Diamond Diamond City Young Co.; R. W. Drujr CO. Hamilton. Plncher J- Mitchell: 13. L. McCrea. lake Bros. Drug BoOt J.imleson News Company. 705 SJ. C.-World Wide Company. Brown, ;is-4th stroit. Fernle, a. Heal. Xiao on all C.P.R'. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 year in advance J1.50 3 months. in advance 6 months in advance Congratulations to Oklahoma THE Congress which has made such a stir in Lethlmdse is to be held next year in-Oklahoma, ami we congratulate that-city on its acquiring the honor. .It has -a most praiseworthy effort'to obtain Tit find to judge from the spirit of its J delegates, and tlie excellence of its exhibit, it is .an honor to which tho southern city is. fully entitled. That tlie city of Oklahoma 'will be able to cope with all the' respouslbillt- ies which are attached to the big exposition is fully evident. The en- terprise its citizens have already dis. played in the measures put forward for capturing next year's congress is an earnest of the same. Canada is bidding good-bye to the -eatest of this year's events, but it !s only in the nature of an au revoir. We still live in the hopes of welcom- ing, it.once more within onr bonders. From ottr'experience of the convcn- .tion we have Jiearnt .tg'.fully ..realize all the importance it conveys. To this city n. great Jeal. and has given us experiences- from ivs hope to wisely prolit. Apart from .anything else, us how to do things iri'ii'big way. The strenuous efforts made by Okla- homa and 'other competing cities for getting die congress emphasize the honor conferred on I.ethbridge by its being selected as the meeting place for this year. The. Result, at. Richelieu THE return or the Liberal date for Richelieu1 by: a large' majority has a signi- ficance. In one 'way it is ;a persona! rebuff to Sir Rudolph Forget, for thev methods employed by him hupe; of swaying the electorate in'favor 01 the govemmont candidate. The prom- ise of a marine railway for Sorel was i. -nothing less thnn a base attempt at bribery. To the credit of the electors of Kichelieu they have gnne tlie only r way of showing their contempt for tactics which are an outrage to any- .tilling oE decency which men of the stamp have allowed to remain in politics. The winning of Richilieu "would ''have been a veritable triumph for the Government, consider ing tlmt it had been regarded as a Liberal stronghold. If may be Uiken that no effort ivae 'spared in an endeavor to bring about 'its so far as the'-unworthy methods of the Men- Sir %aai received snub, and after methods used ia the {MncdcmQld is evidence of of a that are 'itmlprlianiltl'aiicl void oE the smallest particle of the spirit of fair play. In a second way the result of the election points that Quebec is swing- ing back to Sir Wilfrid Laurier. It cannot .be gainsaid that his presence at Richelieu in the early part of the liafl its 'must now 'be a certain amount of fluttering in the Borden dovecote as to tilling the 'vacancy caused by Mr. Monk, Mr. Bor- den will be- driven for a selection to a constituency which is a Tory hivcrfor the Liberal victory at Rich- elieu points to a revulsion of political feeling in the province of Quebec. Comment Impartial THE tactics employed by the Con- servative matchine at the recent IMacdonald election have been and commented upon, in the scathing terms they deserved, by the i Liberal press. There may possibly, be some who have regarded the expres- sions of opinion as natural, in that 'tncy "were punctuated by the smarts vof defeat. Therefore, when an organ .of the Tory faith cornea out with an outspoken criticism inveighing against a corrupt system it cannot but ap- pear that the Mitcdonald picture was too highly colored This is what the Ottawa Citizen conres to a conclusion on. "Here 'is the issue (he political integrity of Canada to be guarded from ,invasion of corruption and fraud? Is the mor- ul self of this country to ruie-in 'its elections, or are to lie thrown open :io the free conflict of any in- fluence that can win a partisan vic- tory? Is the decision of tho electorate to he decided by the weight, of ar- gument, logically applied to 'the issue in hand, or by the weight of the heav- iest purse? 'Reciprocity and the nav- al Question are mere quibbles in com iparison with the issue of the political purity Of the Dominion. aftermath of the Slacdonald election has disclosed a veritable col lection of dead bones. The nauseous aroniadf these cannot but stir up to rebellion the-best interests of a peop le who value the ideals of justice under which they were born and rear ed. The means tnltcn to strangle the principles of Liberalism were for the purpose oE giving the public a counter impression that, thoy wore really dead. But such purposes, like every thing else that is immoral and base cannot but in the long run recoil ot live heads of the parties who engineer The employment of underhand am illegal methods can only mean that, the strength of the principles which art worked against is so strong that tli mcthodH of tho anarchist are the only ones to relied on for giving them a temporary quietus. A SHU- hotel'is lathed of in Medicina Mat. aeoordhiK to (ho Nowg of thai city. Hoptt it will amount to iiioro than iho talked of hotols in this oily. Well the great weok is almost over mid tho people will souu he talking l.c in far a way coun- tries. !i is (lltticult to cmii'Pive so an exposition being carried out with so Huh' frivtlou. It was a eaa'e of Congress first, personal consider- ations second. Duncan Marshal! has been shining, as tho star orator at Congress gath- erlUMS lately but Miss Matthews ilw Oklahoma orator, has Io tho from this year. If tho American ftiufrageites can talk as well as Miss Matthews no wonder President .Taft objects to wom- an suffrage. They would- floor him with ease. A larfto bunch of hrinht Americans httvo rotiii-neU homo with a wldur view of Canada they entertained foro coming. Tho cultivation of liner national good will is b> nu least vtihmblo feature of coiw.r All liio viyHoi'K were unanimous in their declarations that Uw exhibition building? were Ideal for tho exhibit side df the congress. U'Uhtmt ihcso siruuIoiiK buiUHiiHE this city would liuve botn uuablu to muidle the Con. iiresa. If McMii-ken of is correctly quoted In Biiyiim that in conncctiun with ttiO'Mucdonalil bye-election ho had beon giving I ho Liberals m fiUr ii.deul UB thy COHSCI-- vatlvua he must liavo peculiar cou caption ot the, mo-nil obligations of his oath of. office. In most eommuii itlus tlie courts aro to U.e cido on evidence not on tho political the parties to an.nctU On The Level (Maclepd Spectator) Rev. Goorgo Woods, of -JCarl Grey, Sask., has resigned "his charge and become a carpenter.' Ho 'will still have an opportunity .for plane living and high thinking, An Ontario-View (Hamilton Herald) Magistrate SIcMickin of Winnipeg I, likely to discover that even when backed by the Roblin government ha cannot the law and outrage public opinion. There are forces ia this country which are more potent even than governments. The Cfibiiiet Laureate ('Maclcod lie Toronto Telegram jh'a's discov- ered a poem otiVthe battle fit Queens- ton Heights, which was by Hon. AV. T. White. This, is another indication" of the! Filiuiice Minister's atility. No Autumn> Glories at The Coast (Vancouver Sunset.) In the departure of sum- men means that the first glory find the melancholy atmosphere of aut umn has come and thai the woods are on "with rich colors, soon -to" .drop into "the sere and yellow leaf." And. the falling of the leaf the grates Idles 'ifeyHst bit '.Jn Viincpnver there, is no-such sharp deinarcat-ion betweeh the seasons. ..conditions grass noyer-io-ses its greeness. and there are many shrubs and trees of the evergreen variety peculiar to this climate. Holly hedges and toox hed- ges conspire ,tu perpetuate the mem- ory of summer. "Tust pora Joke' "Hut it Is broken off. isn't per- siKied tho curious ono. "Oh, explained tlio young man. gently. "Site told me what her dressmaker's yearly bill was, and 1 told her what my income was. Then our. engagement gently dissolved." earn 530 month- fore I UKirry you you'll "have to earn week. 'with you a month would seem but a York Globe., A Woman's was dressing for the opera. '-'I'll just1 be a- minute, she called down tu her hubby.' "Gair'a taxi He did. Next day ho was declared a bank-! ruut. Chaperone for Photograph That convention sometimes turns hypocrite proved by Christie Mac- Doualtl, the charming "Spring Maid." salii the demure AFaler, artist, lias "asked my wants to make use of it for his next picture. Ought I to -send it to 'Yes. you can do so, but be sure to inclose it with a photo of your mother, OT some elderly lady. It would be highly improper to send your photo by Jiself.' excitiira-sd her Young's Magazinfc. No Opening. A man had been absent from for some time, and .during his 'ab- sence had raised bearu and moustache. his re- turn he paid a visit lo his had a little ol'vliom he 'was especially fond, j The little no effort to em brace him or otter liim a kiss, biiL hung back, reluctantly. "Why said the mother, "why don't you give Uncle Ed "Well, returned the child, with the most perfect simplicity, "I don't see any Bazar. "So you've broken-Off your engage- rnent with Miss asked the inquisitive friend. His victim shook -his.head. replied; "I didn't break it off." "Oh, then she broke it answered the young man, en- joying his friend's growing wonder. For three solid hours the captain had been lecturing hip'men on "the duties of a and he thought it was time to seo how much they had understood of liis discourse. Casting his eyes round the room, lie fixed on Private Murphy as his first victim. "Private he asked, "why should a soldier be ready to die fcr his Private Murphy scratched liis head OUR POINT OF VIEW I.eL us aim to make aj convention city. CarrlBtoii canio and Cnrdston con- quered. Tho only ilefoet In Dry .Farming tungrcss week is''its-brevity." soon back to tlie every- ilay of city life. Oklahoma City owes 01 IBS .Matthews fri hanquot. That bright, young lady .'carried everything 'by storm, Don't bo aurprlseil if tho members tof tho local Hoard of Control hie themselves away to resting1 plnccg af- ter the Congress ends. magistrate, that one in Winni- peg who doesn't know tho Dominion Tluiiik goodncas Monday fa Thanks- giving Day. An extra holiday after this strenuous week will fit in accep- tably. Raymond and got some pleasing publicity out of the congress it must. not. bo thai Mngrath did not show up well. The work of MiiHvaih ladios was one of tlie- lineat exhibits on the erotnula. ROOFING MATERIAL PARIOT) AND CEKTAIXTEEF COMPO RUBBER ROOFING KONE BETTER IfULLY C! IJAHANTEED We also carry in slock a full Hue of Tarred Felt Steel .Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plnln Building Papers Waterproof and Insulating Papers .WE ARE HEAD- QUARTERS FOR BUILDERS' SUP- PLIES OF ALL KINDS Mail Orders re- ccivo prompt at- tention J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 765 and 1765 Lethbrldse, AHa. Ave. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The C. P. R. Company Are Offering Farm Lands In the Lethbridge District. Also City Lots At Very Moderate Prices, Payable on Easy Terms For Full Particulars Apply Wilson Skeith Shone 1343 C. p. R. AGENTS J; Opp. Alexandra Hotel for n moment, ana1 then n smile of en- lightenment crossed his face. "Sure, he said pleasantly, "you're finite right. Why should Quite new to the business ot play- ing Lady Bountiful ycung Mrs. Pander ivas Uildns the place ot the regular district visitor who was away on her summer holidays. One of her first calls 'was upon an elderly dame who occupied a lonely cottage and Mrs. Pander carefully in- tiuireil what she as a district visitor wae supposed to tlb. "Mint is my first pleasant dear Mrs. the young lady asked winningly. "Well, came tho reply, "fust you axes after my queried the visitor. "Then you reads me a few lines o' poetry." Again came the duery. "Then you gives me a shillin', an' says 'good-bye.' public Missionary Bishop Bishop Lothulippt) ot JIaileybury, Out., who lias safely returned from a pastoral visit to James Dny, to Hie Joy of his friends, who had been ren- dered uneasy by rumors of disaster to the bishop and his party, IB well in the provinces of Quebec and in eastern Ontario, as well as in tho north country. Especially 13 he well known in Montreal and Vicinity, for he received his education nt the'Montreal college on Sherbrooke street west. Af- ter his ordluailon, in 1885, he was a professor on the faculty of the college for a year and a half, and he had his earliest pastoral charges In the dio- cese of Montreal. Ho won fame as a preach or, having a natural gift of flu- ent speech as well as the grace and culture 'which como ot study. In 1894 he received tho appointment of rector of the cathedral at Pembroke, Ont., which ho held until 1S9G, when tlVe vapid Increase of population1-in north- ern Ontario, owing to the- develop- ment of tho mining Industry, attract, ed attention to the necessity of in- creased missionary effort In that di- rection. A strong man to act an a nucleus of Roman Catholic mission- ary activity was felt to be a nec- essity, iiwl the rector, of Pembroke ralhfldnil was transferred to Halley- bury. In 1008 he was appointed vicar Iowa-Alberta Land Co. Special Lots 35 and 36, Block IV.Pt on 18th St., close 6th Ave. S. Terms. 480 iirres, very choice, adjoins school and church, per acre. cash, 1ml- auce.spread over 8 years at o per cent. 'Perfect section, south, of grassy 200 acres broken, fenced; for quick sale, per acre, part cash, balance crop payments. Large list of choicest city properly We handle only close-in properties 5, 6, 7, SHEPARD BLOCK PHONE 651 apostolic of Temialcnmlng, and conse. crated to tlin episcopate with tlie title of Bishop nf atennn. Since hla ap- pointment (lie bishop has .formulated a scheme of Roman Catholic colonlza. tion in conniption with his diocese andrcoramoni ttic erection ot a now cathedral at llalleybmy. From tliut centre he is anxious to extend Ino inissiunK ot his diocese northward to James Hay. and has, at present, mis- sionaries working among tho soul- tered Indian hunters and (rappers in the north. To Shippers of Grain Before scjMng or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. 'Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Uethbridga Special attention given lo consignments nml prompt returns made alier unloading ot cars. Advances on all Ilills ot Lading if Market prices by wire or 'phmie. Offlco at Messrs. Aflciuitli Lindsay's Dominion Block, J.etlibrlilse, Alia. Phono 17M. 1' Ho.v 27S. 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