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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITF LETgBRTDGB HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by THt Lethbridge Hurald Publlihlng Co., Ltd. every lawful evening al Its office, sixth Stre.t, Lethbridge, Alberts Cm, W. A. Director and Editor- Circ PHONE: Advertising lulatlon ma 'l252 PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlil, mi News J224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION, RATES year delivered 5-1.00 1 year, by uiHll J3.00 ii months delivered J2.00 3 months, delivered li.oo numths, b) 1 month, delivered .J5c. 1 mouth, by mail 25c Addresses changed as 'often as desired, ''b'tit both new and old 'ait- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY-HiHALD Published every sumniar 1 year in advance..... j .'s in advance BOc. C months, in advance TSc. THE WEEKLY-HiHALD ery Wednesday In eight or niore pages, and contains a lary of the news of tho week, local aud district HERALD Cross Drue Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra People's Umg Store. ft Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pinchtr D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug 6 Bool: Co. Fernle B. Heal FOR SALE AT Medicine Cranbrook, B. t Atchiuson. L. Relnecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wifle News' Co. Brows 219 4th St. Spokane-Tbs Jamiesou Kews Co., Riverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Why should (lit) public Srnilibli', wlH'they not be getting'full yafoio for twvlcea rendered? Such la .Mlchoncr, ami such la lib policy, the public seriously hliu full slock, and malic due coimltl- er'allon, show tholr or oilierwlw. by dealing with his nom- inee at Ihe lulling slalioiu. 27, MUI. Provincial Expenditure THAT PREMIER SIFTOX possess- es the financial'inind was amply attested in the particulars of th'e expenditure of the province he set lorih at the Knights of Pythias Hall. Ho showed in detail the manner In which the debt of the province was used. To those who listened, and who possibly were imthe habit of read- Ing only Ton- newspapers, and only Hearing Tory speakers, there must hjive coiue a somewhat startling con- viction, it was not the deliverance of a politician., but that of tire chair- man of the hoard of directors of a'alic- eessful company when placing his jiort before the The salient feature of the public monies was the. fact that not- only were tile assets'compsnsatiorTof what had been spent, bnt they were :iuore than that, and would continue To become more and more as time went on. Instances of this are in the: building sites and the telephone tern. With regard to the outlays on public buildings; meeting the essen-. tial needs of the time, and the re- Uulreuients of .inoderii development, the money hay been spent In wise and careful fashion. There is uotlv ing iu the nature of waste, in the fact that thfc money has not been ed in n patchy manner in tile erection of buildings, which would have to he demolished at a later date. The same principle has been applied to the erection of bridges, steel taking the place of wooden structures'. Here 5 a wiK3 vecouomy, money spent to save money. .The policy of spending money out of the general fund in- stead of by. sale of two parties itter the visit hero of President v'lille, of (he United .Mine Workers if Amerlc-n, so. as sold before, Mr. J'1! I 1-2 miles Vioni good town; payment We have olbei'S, so do nor, buy until you gel; ol MiapB. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 OUR POINT, OF VIEW Vote for Shepherd! should take a censli: veekly. It could be iwade verv eflec lit for piiblitit; purpo tb faliephcid is the man Lithbndgt (shouid is its II dnionion i "A Friend of Lethbridge "On charg to Kansas City, of General' aiichener s opposition forces tli. Iljb Saskatoon will he dissatisfied with its own census, since it does not give it a larger population than, Regina. IN ALMOST one ..and.the same breath, the Conse'ratives" in the" present bye-election frown on the of the argu- ment by tho Liberals that the govern- ment should he supported because it has assisted Lethbridge ill receiving the Dry Farming Congress, and rush' forward the bribe that Alberta cannot get its natural resources' un- less a .Conservative government 'is In power. They, know not "iJiese alleged apostles of poiiticaKvir- ttie. Premier Borden has '.sM' that :-the provinces .will .re- sources. He did not make .any-pro- that this WQUid .upon the cpmoresion- of..'the'parti'' in po'wer. ilia platform contained; certain nlanka find one of them' favored the giving the natural resources to Alberta and Baska'tcliewan. Since his return r to power his lending newspaper support prs, and some of his principal lieuten- anis, who were speaking without any .thought ol bye-elections-In'Alberta, liave declared that he will curry out ijir, That is peo- ple, who have formed a high estima- jyou hiy-honesty as a .public man hini to do. If he fails to meet tiicEe expectations, his. cai'aer; as iiriine.uiinistec be short.-l'iYed. 'While the local Conservative cam- paigners hold tlye'tlire'at abo.tr1 the na tiifal resources -over the heads of the electors, the Liberals can. point with nridfl.- to-; what ,'the Alberta govern- meut has actually done for this ci'j and province. Lethbridge interests nave been well looked after, nearly half a million dollars nave been In vested 'in-public buildingsMiere and more win be inve'stetl if Mr Shop herd is elected, because he is a force tul, aggressive pau, arid iill that the government meets 0111 needs -Mr. Shepherd is particularly ansio.us to secure, for. this city the traflic bridge acroej the river at Diamond City, and he will use every'effort to nave the government make provision for its erection at tue earliest possi- ble moment. Premier Sifton is in sympathy with the' expenditure of njiblic money in improved .trausporta- tiiin facilities, and Mr. Shepherd will pe' able to- convince him that this bridge is a necessity in order to give the farmers -better access to this city! Wsifton government is in power, anil Lethbridge should it is given a. supporter from .this city, as cvjdence_tha.t we appreciate what the government, has' already' done for this clty-.and that we' have faith in Mr. ShepHerd as a man who. will look after this city.'3 Interests in the legislature. The Borden government reforms the civil sen Ire bv appointing a nrin fl years of age postmaster at Montre- al. Uoli Rogers willj.take .all .the credit lie vlinister 01 I abor ought to transfer his job lo'the eminent peace- maker. Win not pioudc seats, for the Clarkcs .Alberta- .Legislature, Mr Michener' would be de lighted to support lour polin I- shouldnt the Conservatives ap.polnl a Western farmer to the Rail- way Commission? No element in.the country deserves representation' on that boird more than the agncultunl 'Vote for me and I will give von the natural is the Torv of putting it to the electors Might as well Note for me and I will ten'dollars Ihe fict that lotal ConserMtne of tlie strike settle- ment even ahead of the miners' un- ion officials, indicates that Mr. fiog- ers presence here was for pur poses 'more than else. Now 1.1 Stcwut was elected he Sight accompany his Jeatier to Kan- sa Litv to tlie Chrke to come nack ino hutlil Uu. V 4 0 W" He'think Io0 0[ the Docipr to cltcl him ind brinjr jbout thi pbsiilSiUh of such SJOII Ihe Toionto Globs LoWentmg on he high cost ot living that in mada the situation is more ursenl than it is in-Uie United Slates De pite Canaih s amazing productue ess the cost of some pt th'a "rood taples is higher in this county "than ji the United States, notablj jngiier nan in And Ontario far5 'mer gets profluetj' than does thi> fafteer in lork btate This is 'the problem uhlch re mains md which must be sohed The difference between the price paid bj the middleman (0 the tarrner and ,..c price ciiarged bj the middleman to the consumer, Is far too great to be euher just or tolerable The cost of The- Standard Securities -------------Corjapany Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 :he loialtyJ5o'i could Jbe nmifrhi if- at. _ flattering Canadian iscpl matters v v suggestion that tKe reciprocitj pro >osals were actuallv forced upon 'the about at nizance of b> the government Evidently Not (Winnipeg Tribune) Mr. La Riviere is just as creditable The Policy of Don Qiaixote TUB POLICY of'Mr.-Jllchenef to- wards the solution of the Al- Irarta and Great Waterways pro bleni is deserving of some notice. If not for any other better-service, it serve to exemplify the peculiar quality of mind, and the capacity which would Ira brought to bear on important matters. This in the unde- slrahle event of hifi being 'called to assume the responsibility of dealing with them. What doea Mr. Mlchener propose? il'e first recommends an it- inerary. Jt is nothing more nor less than the undertaking of a special jour- ney to City, with the view of meeting, the conveniences, and ob- laining an interview with their, Se'r-' cue the .Messrs. Clarke, gentlemen known to tho public" of Alberta as defaulters, and as hav- ing ttei Ihe law :it defiance. This'par- ticnlar embassy is to open up nego- tiations with tile Messrs.'Clarke, and endeavor to bring- about, what .Mr. .Michencr describes, a peaceful settle- ment, .On what linws this peaceful settlement is to be conducted. Mr.. Michener doe-s not exactly state, .nut Irpm the object he has It is' lowards tlie accomplishment of (Ire line. Tfilj can only be done by hand- ing to the Messrs. Clarke the mone> realized on the guarantiee of tho province, and relying on their tender' mereles for the construction of the railway, jjo mattter that not one mile of this has been.built, no matter that (luring .the six months after .the sign- ing of'tho contract nothing practical Had been done. With the easy tem- perament of, tlie individual who falls a victim to the first exploiter of the confidence game, Mr. Mlcliencr. with the innocence which is childlike'and bland, it wining ..to take, a chance ld the negotiations fail to mater- Mr. Michener is by no means remedy IP-his sleeve. Jt is a beaiitlfiil-te'gnl expression, -something like "without which Is generally ap pended at the slid of legal lelleis and sometimes by writers vho desire to give' their epltilei a velglity authority iu, matters of cpn- entfon. It I. the rnagnlfloant.phnne by due ..process of No matter ho waste of public Is tbtit of Mr. Mloliener's ypc? Will he, not bfc glvliu'iip hi. le.tims, sjid plncjnjMil, the rili. of the iwople his an appointee to the SJenate as the av erage of th'o Laurier out he-is a "rejected of' the peop'le, and is not Borden' pledged to give us something better than .what we. had? Aristocratic Twaddle (Ottawa.Free Press.) of young Tory bloods and sprigs of'noSMHy neld In London, Kngland, "to eelebra'te the victory of For Hallowe'en AND Thanksgiving SPECIAL Paper TablerJoths AND Paper Napkins M Cmi ITN I tak mitt. PMONI T. H. MeCNlApVi bj ,the British Washington, winch is jmt foolish the statement that they were offered as a bribe is so Infinitely high In Canada Inothei wolds these high toiiied thai tha questioB must be taken co paf.rlota 'he drai. ing room charge niB Majesty s represenlaln e iu th's United States with Having been a party .to. the attempted betrayal of tlie Dominion What noble ind gen erous sentiments does Imperialism in- spue' J lial Ihere was enormous pecnn- rj gain ill the proposals to the whole agricultural community and lo manj other interests' miibt be ion interesting to those voted against the reciprocav ifcieetuent but Ihej doubtloifo be consoled foi Iheii hy the asBurailce. that the so.til of the, nation triumpiicd, the sam'o sou] that Kip leg feared was about to be pawned The fact of the whole ma tei is o coifrEe that in celebrating the defsa of reciprocity, the young aristocrals of .Reform League are think ng, not of .Canada's uor of the ;mplre-'s intei'Mts, but of the effect I wjll have on Ihelr own political iropaganda, which alms at.getting ev n with George by taxing the ood of tho poor peop'le of Britain in the Canadian ele foils is another example of the po itlcsl impertinence' that goes hy th name, of Imperialism No doubt the democratic Gonsena tnes of Canada wlh Se flattered b tho nice things said of thorn bj SIR hlooinm aristocrats Carl o btinhopc Wiiioughby de Brok aga Cioft, L J Mavse and the olh i ornaments of English society took part in tlie celebration.' Jhese Piecadiilj patriots who ar prating about the Empire hate so little faith' In ,ta stability that thej some sort of Idea tha it Ins to be saied at least once a the Canadian Conscnatho Pirtj are the latest and for the time heing the real genuine, hall marked sivior-o of the Empire for after trj mg hard for fifteen years thej woi an election! curled darlings of course did not that ulnle thej were celo brating they chose to regard at i victorj for Imperialism, the ultia mferi ilists of the victorious parly were proclaiming the results as a lie tory for Nationalism and the big In terests Some (kind friend should really send to the of the Tariff Reform Uagre a few cop- ,Jes of the recent Issues of tho, Toron- to Telegram. V II would ho foolish to lake Ihe maiinderlngs of these lisnin, too seriously, but, .it is ciil'cnlaf ed to make a gore to note tone they adopt when 'peaking of this rountrv And when thej are not ,r, ulling. Thus we have I .or a .Wiiioughby Ac Hroke rejoicing that "Canada has ile- 0 remain In the Kmplrr at If Canada hid had thouihts of dolni any thing else. There again is latin- nation as pernicious as it is M often repeated hy ImptrlsllMi nt Ihe Tariff Kcforrn l.eniue hraal, that RO0ERT- P E -I V Printers Stationers, Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extension of premiiei, they have arranged to keep their in full iwing as at preterit Know less about music than dt f And if i show dot kno you aie no good, and you lose jour moip as ho do vou get put in (In chob nleh war' for Icse majestc "-Cleveland Tab natuerhch ,ibei----- J Dealer w What You Want and What You Get "Just par a Joke" Hopeleit' Ejthtr Way 'Congratiilato cried the musi al sanius, who hail been sent to ludy In Europe t .la, I knew you'd bo migceas, Carl, nswered Ihe proud dad. tearfully, b.ut.tell ,115 for vy" "I have succeeded beiond our high si expectallons. You will never l. 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