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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THF LKTnURIPGE DAILY BTERALP LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Sm-rAautvMBCD DROKMMKV iVS i d by Lethbrldae H.r.ld Publishing Co, Lid. every lawful evening; at Hi office, Sixth Stnet. Lethbrldge, Albirti W. A. Director and Edlter PHONE: PHONf" RtportOfi.l, tut Newa 1224 Circulation and Job Dtpti. 1253 1 year delivered ..___ 14.00 6 mouths delivered 52.00 3 months, delivered 11.00 1 month, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I3.0B II .M __________ JSc Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old dresses must be glvei THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or in'ore pages, and contains a 1 summary of the news of the week, local and district 3 year in advance..... 11.50 G months, in advance 75c. 1 year, by mail t mail 1. month, by mail 3 mouths, in advance 60c, Crosi Drug ,t Book Store, J.G.liobert- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra ilotel People's Drug Store. i Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pinchtr D. L. McCraa.' Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie B. Beai THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine L.M.iVortha e ..i Cranbrook, 8. Seattle t Atchinson. 0. L. Iteinecka. Diamond City Diamond Citjr Drug- Co. Vancouver, B. C. World News Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown 219 4th St. Spokane-The .Tamieson Newa Co.1, 705 Riverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Trains would be further Increased, as ihe pro- vlnce developed. In tho erection ot In- "tltirtloM for th, deaf, dumb and. "Hod. and a home for destitute child- No mau will these, rs- "Mr the premier earn the respect confidence.of tho communltv. "at hvi has heart tile well-being of That these Inatltutloni will he Of tlio benefit of the province is evt. to all. Economy, as Mr. Slfton put It. con- Isis lu careful It would e filling here lo acknowledge the wisdom Of the government to agriculture. The pol- of Mr. Michoner as to an agrlcm- ral college was pointed out by lion unraii Marshall tu be vain and feebk of these Institutions other parts of the country, it was neen that they did not fulfil tlnlr pur- pose of sending atuiwnls back to the Unload they attracted men who came there with uiirpoae ef not mturnlni to the laud, but qualify- for positions professors of ag- riculture. Fur move practical and fill was the of lechnlcal schools and demonstrating farms, am Introduc- ed by ihe Kovernraent. In Ihe latter those who came to them wonl hack t lull lo use the knowledge of sclentifl acquired. These denionstrai Ing farms are carried on on a dlvidl dend paying scheme. With such facts and features o sound and wise 'policy, it cannot be gainsaid that In -the present govern ment the welfare of the province hi placed in the hands of men of wisdom and capability. Thursday. jit, KHI. OUR POINT OF VIEW Vote for Shepherd! is a fearless public; man. Senator Cousins. That wouldn't sound bad at all. Siiton xianils for tlic.iipniiildlnr of all AibiTla Shepherd is' the man l-ethbrldgo ihonld have at-Edmonton. Party Before Public'Weal DEPUTATION', of Warner jmenr .'capable of handling these re Conservatives to "Hon. Robert I sources wna .so much moonshine I Rogers, 'asking that he shoul not turn over'to the province the con trol of Its natural resources until Conservative parly was in iwjwer 'Edmonton, shows a very poor public The dep.ula.cion has arrogat ed to itsjelf a responsibility, and an iiii (ponance.-whicli m'llsl make ll-look rill llculous, not only to the fellow inhab! jtants of Vanfer, but to the people of (the province, and of the country as i a whole. 'To the majority of lie el- jectors of Warner who, by their verdict j'at the general election emphatically :choired iheir sympathy with Liberal- Ism, the officiousness of this same .I'ody must be particularly offensive as it. would be generally lo ail its broad-minded townsmen. If ever a clear-exposition of the policy of party- befoTe 'province was needed we have is difficult, to Tbelieve thaf.ib.ey them selves vlidve.any faith In-what thej proftas. However they may choose 'o hide it, them cannot cloak their hidden.motive. 'They are exhibiting he same son. of Intelligence which au. ostrich .allows, when'in burying its in the sand it fancies com- Itoteiy hidden. They 'deserved to lave been.sent hack packing to their homes, but received instead from the Imister of the Interior a reply worthy f all the traditions of the ambiguous racte of Delphi. If ever the party Pholdlng the government needed leans lo assure its continuance ft has een furnished by tills irresponsible epulation. Tf ever the government andidate had any reason to doubt his eturn, his victory is already accora- itliT liansuor'.alion facilities is the Sifloii policy. I-CI us have a at court1' by electing .Shepherd: as the member for l.ethbrid-c. _- With Bin Cousins n, (he there a prospect of a base- i'all team-being organfzed in'the Up- per Chamber. ouaht to bo grateful to Ihte Sifion gov- ernment for creating the position. In this matter of natural resources, j Air. Horden will have an opportunity to show whether he Is a bigger states- man than sonre of his Alberta follow, era would lead Ibe public to believe CROP PAYMENT Make The Land Pay For Itself A FEW MONEY BAKERS 320 acres with I62ncrus now brcnking. IKM-a'cn" crop pnymonl. "'-'yMi. 3 20 a arcs raw lan'd, near oii.v, nor .SI i n- crop until pnid... 360 neves norl-h pf plow l-uitl. per rron' pay n ,rui 3160 acres with 105 under :i -V townjWOOt-nsh, balance.crop paymeiit. others., so do not buy n mi I you ofsnapp. .The.Tory lawyer who gets'the new "berta Court 'judees'hip Shepherd made a iiupre lion last night, lie is a public spc. >f'exceptional -anility, l.ethbridg vill have a representative icl bc pr'o'ti of, if it wnris him to Kdmonton. Slefl bridges.first, piblic second, is the Sfrtpn plan. That's th iilc.i. We'll', have the bridge at Dia noiicl City.before (he Land Titles o lice. ie Conservatives beseech Mr. Koiap.not to hand over the nat ural resources to. the Liberals. i wortta. of mention that the leader f the Vvju-ner Tories is a man wlioib sore because the Liberal governmaBt at Edmonton wouidi't hand him Qthen Jitink railed by these leaders of a ope. Let these delegates return it .t, i.m inese ueregatcs return t latlon To saTlh" t th'e Sfor'S." reniiest of the delesates that they M not consider present govern- 'selves. Election and Bye Election to be effectfie Olle 0[ THERE ABE some wuo argue that it is goori for got eminent that it should Save an opposi 'lion In this ne hear th concur But it is highly important that the oppo sition should be. a strong and effect- ive one. Strong not only In personnel. hut in .numbers. Without these two n ui i mi woid bringing: about a consumnw tion greatlj to be hoped agims tjiat of the inlqliitious and u deal and that tv joining the partv affiliated to it he the e only outcome of sending 10 Fdmon on Sfeat, features it would be ineffectual t I It would degenerate into an oppos i 'ing factor, purely and simply, and be- come a nienate to the public welfare. Gaillirig nothing and accomplishing it would only achievvt the pur tf of .wasting the peoples time. In this, a-bye-election stands on a differ- i general election. It on'- of the Michener In other lespects thev nould be as so man; ob staclcs in the economy, of time necea- sary for progressive-legislation To put it plaiuU would be not for of any or all the public, but a detriment to the welfire Of one and If conditions People may were different, the t-. .r it. uiaj nave reason for Elves the public something to go by, I Pause before 'tliev determine til Bra ic i tnr.m'KIli... ,i I III IU C. have.reason for taking there is a tangibility before them am: they "are': acting with open eyes. In general election the issue is by no the electors are voting lor an assembly, the constitution of which cannot be foreseen. The dis- -crepancj-.'betweeii the two parties can- not he .siias'jd. This view can, fit- tingjv and forcibly, he taken in the Here it R present ;bye-eleclion. case, o.r.stl-eiisthenins a government, find- not opposition, lu "let; thera is -no opposition worth speaking of in the party sense, but only, a Umall number of four. A number which can only hope But to reason and common sense the issue at present is clear. By voting for the of Mr. Michener, noth- ing is gained in the interests of the public welfare, no matter how it There is not even the con- solation to a partisan thai there Is a possibility, by the addition of two or Hires, a chance of seeing his particu lar party in power. It can be plainly said that the present bye-etectlons call for no consideration or hesita lion. There is hut one duty for all to perform for the bes-t interests of ai nnd that is lo vote for the Sifion can- didate. Handing the Resources over to Rogers (Edmontons-Capital.) Speaking Pindior Creek on Wed- evening, Michener, leader of the Conservatives, said in effect, that the Dorden government' would not the natural resources to a Llltt UOl hand ov Liberal administration era which had declared, that t buy. ma not want them. -If Mr. Michensr is speaking by the book, then Borden intends to repud- iate his ante olection piomlaes and instead of handing.the resources over to the proimces as he said he nould do he them oier Bob Hog luere ma; haw been at one time I iberal adimmstlaliou in Alberta Kbich did not make any nnmedia e "ss about, getting -possesion of the asouices but theie never wis at dministration that wanted Bob Ro rs to set tliem. r. Political baxtle lor Canada in :0ne this Dominion will be taken care; of hy Canadians in another province ouch a demonstration would do more to glorify Canadian nationality and mity Canada east and west, than Hon. R. L. Borden's adherence to the pe nut procedures of Hon. Prank C clirane. Freeman MacLedd Co. 8031679 Phone 1212 Standard Securities ;i Real Estate and In vestments A Wise j CLEAR and concise terms, the 'arse for the government was j placed before the public by the 'J'remisr of Albbrta. it was not. the Iflea for an offender, as If the gov- I ernment'was on '.'.rial, rather was it j an 'exposition made easy with the I strength and conviction of an honor- j 'able cause. There was no occasion 'on the part ot the 'speaker to make use of anyfappeal, it was the free and j forcible vindication of a stralglitfor- it ward policy. There Va. -no call -for i -the .employment of epigrams, or'for arts of the caauisl, but in plain, slmpfe anil ccnvincing lines, he deliv' ercti the. results'of his .trust Poli licy nrazen effrontery mentioned (there were none. In dealing with the finances of imi Province, Mr. Slfton put forward a statement snowing that the debt of the prpvince was caused by expendi- ture m public uMlltiea which in the nature of tirelr values, were more than compensating assets. These were steel bridges, building sites, buildings and telephones. The telephones were Can Ceasi Kicking (Toronto 'Telegram, Tory.) The Lethbridse Herald and 'the Ala rath Pioneer .cannot quibble awn om the manning or the returns I e district where reciprocity defeai C. A. Magrath' for 'the Dominioi Parliament. Voters of British-origin did not sup Ply the majority that defeated C. A Magrath. The. Pioneer emphasizes the support which Jlr. Magrath re celved from the ex-Americans of the town of Magratb, Alberta. The ten !S of Magrath were Isolatei. the enthusiasm of the ex-Am ericans, Mormons Included. These el i issued a 'decree of Apolitical death against a. public man who hatl dared to prefer lire Canadian policy of protection to the Continental poli- of reciprocity. The majority ag- ainst C. A. Magrath-was not supplied by voters of British origin. There was enough pro-American' sentiment in sections of Alberta to defeat Mr. Magrath. There should be'enough pro-Canadian sentiment in other sec- tions of the Dominion to supp'iy Mr. :es to a Bord.n will Carry Out His Promise Alberta (Calgary Albertan.) Senator Lougbsed, who returne rom Ottawa a couple Of days ago oon put an end to the ausplcion hat were started by Leader Mietene nd Mr Mi Bqrde break solemn promise unic he made to the people of Albsrta to hand -the natural resources to the province holding them up aa bai foi the electors to for Mi Tueed 3 and Mr In an interi lew Senator Lougheed said Ion sav tbat pio mises were made b> the Conseua five partv when they were in oppoai tlon, new government will'doubt- les fulfil. That is a pretty straight answer by i member of the Borden cabinet to the unworthy suggestion that Mr. Bor- den would Uolate the promise he made to th'e people of the province.. But what are we to think of Leade. Michener, who comes out In' 'bfoat Magrath with another, seat. An On- arib seat for C. 'A. .Magi-alb .would wrve a recognition of the truth OWNERS OF I, rnin Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phoneiliai e wouldn t home until after mid' ight What d she say' asked one ot his rends Oh, I dunno admjited Tones I ting up the telephone as soon as I I her.' daylight and faces the people of AI lerta, and, looking his audience in the ace. Insists that Premier Bordiii hoiild violate a sacred promise he hnn nade to our people? Can a man who has auch a warped dea of political uprightness be trust- eace and progrms. The system ol money was far more favor- ble, and not a burden, as direct taxa- lon. would ,be, .If borrowing was not n vogue. As to buildings for affllcl- u humanity, auch as Ihe asylum for he insane at Ponoka. no man can omplnin of expenditure, with a fear- In Justice of SPECIAL Paper tablecloths AND Paper Napkins lei Cnii I Ink PHONC toi T. H. McCHEAOY. Manager. and Huek iies-taiirant and lunchroom waiters a language all thtir own. her day a man steppea! the counter in a "one-arm" lunchroom, and asked for a piece of blackberrj pie. The waiter examined (tack of tin roof pies on a shelf. "Ain't got no he "told tile customer. "Clot any. kind of hern pie'' "Veu." "What "Has and buck." the waiter and the man look of peach. Didn't Wait for a Haply It. is well known to all ,lonea' friends hat he Is afraid of his wjfe, -and vhen it Is actually necessary for jilni o remain away from, home, wven for wo hours, he makes the most abject ipnlogy. Some of ihe hoys had arranged for nice little poker party In a .WalniH trtel club the other night, and had nduced .lomi lo be one of the groun round the ladle, lie was twitted bout his wife and Palled a >oy" until he couldn't endure It, and bravely declared his lie .notjfled his wife by phMt ihjit THE UNION JACK" AH honor the Union Jack, Ths flag're'love so well, And as we fling it to the breeze Our cheers the prairies swell. We love the dear Canadian flag, To us the beat on earth. We Iqra it whether 'tin ours by Adoption or by birth. -Beneath its shades we dwell ii peace. And oft in plenty, Ipo. -And though sometimes things'do go wrong You'll never finds us blue. The frost may come and nip our grain, The seasons b'a quite dry; Still cheerily And ne'er find'to cry.. The stranger who within our gate May tarry for a while, WijI shake his head) and Question why Canadians always smile. ;We point with pride to our flag, And aal: how can whine, Whlls o'er our heads majestically That flag floats all the 'time. Tljat flag that means so much lo I hat has so much lo sat Reminds us no'ie but cowards are Will fall besides the So silent, yet so forcible It makes our duty ctear, And none but loyal citizens Have any business hers. All. honor to the Union .lack. The red, (he white, the blue, That whispei-j gently through the air, He linns, be pure, be Xow, while we stand on British soil, O, may we not forget To reverence the dear old flag On which Ihe sun ne'er sel. poem by Mrs. Amanda NIlKson it Raymond Musical Content, Septeni- Mf ID, 1911, ROBERT SAGE, L. E. EVE-KILL' Printers Stationers, Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) M1'1' alteration and extension of they have arranged to keep'thcirfworkf in twing as at present The Handy Heater You often need some heat in early Fall, when y.oU have not yet started the furnace. In 'whatever part of (lie house you if, you can get it and quickest with a Perfection Oil Heater. Tho Perfection B the most relablc healer on die market, and you can move wherever you please. ?WVyi WroM M bilhiDom, ami you m comfort oa ife coUnl "J" hte'omei I DlewM. J TV Perihelion SmoielsM Oil Hester :s bca'difuliy in Hue: nickel A" Dampcr'iop.' Cool M xtile lo mr aiUer J Limifed ;