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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TFTF LETHBBIDOB DAILY HERALD 28, I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publl.h.d by Th. Litltbrldgi Herald Co., Ud. lawful tvinlng it Hi office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldgt, Albtrta Can. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONk: Editorial, j j Advtrtlllng md i J circulation and j j Job Dfptt. 1224 -1252 13.00 -I1.M DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered J4.00 i year, by mall C months delivered .v 3 months, delivered months, by mall 1 month', delivered TJoc. j month, by'-uiail 25e Addresses changed as ofteu'as "b'o'.h'uew'aiid old'ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week, district obc. 1 year in advance C uionths, in advance 75c.' mouths, hi advance THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug ft Book Store. J.G.Roberl- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug 'Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pinchrr D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drue i Book Co. Fernre B. Medicine L.M.N'orlbam Cranbrook, B. ft Atchlnson. Relnecka. Olamond CHr Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Spokane-The Jamiesou News 705 Riverside Ave. Also on M C. P. R. Trains in close touch with the farmer Is ap- proved everywhere, .anil Is fol- lowed In some of the older parts of Hie continent. Then, ngalu. the, .Minister of Agricul- ture Is strong In his heller that llw breeding of live stock Is the fouuda- I tion of tiie agricultural prosperity of the province. He has bucked lip this belief by giving alt! lo the industry through aid to the various agricultur- ni societies of the province! In this respect Lothbrldge has not been for- gotten, the government grant to the Agricultural Society bavins much' lo do with or the Southeri Alberta this fall. t'liese are but iminpleii of the soot work being done In the department 01 iiKi'lcnltiire In this province, uml It li uie prORretiKlYV> policy of Mr. Marshall which Is ren.oonsiblo for this state of things. No of incompetency in Ills iidmlnlEtratioii have yet been [troveu, while proof thivf ho la compet- ent IB wvident on every hand. And to he intelligent voter nothing more Is IN' THKIIt own characteristic way the mouthpieces of thy .Michouei et ai faction ramble around th. iiiburbs of (he 'truth In an effort to The Only Safe Policy by the Calgary orator, as ihe Conser- vative press' would endeavor to one helleve. Jobn n. Uoyle. member for Sturgeon, was the first to show The Teachers -Convention THE TEACHERS who have uret ill convention iu the city are here for tile highly important, pur- pose of exchanging for Ihe comparison of- methods best suited to the requirements of. modern'" educa- tion, irrespective of this iwe of a convention, there is the separate bone- lit of listening to nexv th'eories advan- ced as toi-gpecial work in'the differ- ent "branches of education. These Have been made the careful study of of the profession, and the ex- perience derived ana tne suggestions offered would, no douot, be found use- tu'i. Apart from all thi-j these conven- tions are the means of awakening an Interest in education amongst the teachers themselves. This is an im- 'Jioraint step in the progress of educti- on living lines. The teachers stampede intelligent voters Into the belief that the Siflon administration s puisiilng an almost criminal courts n the A. and W..matter. -They uem to take an .unholy joy out of the act that the province is Involved In he law courts over the possession be money from tho mite of the A. and W. bonds, bill; as usual, reftisq to dvance a bettor solution of the gov- rnment's position. A simple stale- lent of the facts. If that were tire ollcy of these papers, would at least atisfy ihe more intelligent of their eaders .besides setting a-new record ir their future guidance. To ibosc who heard Premier Sif- >n's statement of his position on this lestion the other further vplauatioii will he unnecessary. He left no doubt on the mrml of the un- biased, for no comer of the deal'but had light thrown upon it, showing that are aroused from any tendency to look I the action of lire present administra- ou themselves a-j merely pedagogues in the old sense of the word. The creating interest in educational work and, for'the matter of that, in work of-jany liiiid, is the "most import- ant factor in bringing out the best that the.-j is in any Individual. Where the best is given it is a-corollary tlirit the best results. So it is fitting that the visiting' teacbters should be ac- corded a welcome by the public men of our city, .it, helps in a measure in adding' to of the gath- ering. U brings home to ihe teach- ers that in vocation in which they are engaged they tire not only work- ng for themselves, but are performing a public service. The importance of tlieir mission will be utilized by them- selves, and the efforts called forth be so much to the public gain. tion is the only sane course to follow. The Conservative press 'of the prov ince makes a little pedestal for li. B. uenuett. and sets him up as -th'3 b'av- iour of the province in this whole mat- ter. Put the'matter in the hands of Conservative party, they say, and everything will he as if nothing had when they know that a UonservativeCgovernmehn would find' the prejent policy in the question the; only one to be followed the interests the'Aj'aud G. was not a safe one, was not made known: that tlrere were any irreglaritles con- nected with the company whicb.'wss .to build the road into the north. H; U. Bennett did not even speak In d'ibute till second to the lasl; Premier Slfton's solution of the dif- ficulty is the one which will protect, the province. The company was given n opportunity between April I and .November 1 of last year to fulfil their obligations. It failed to do BO, nut ov- foot of grading being done on the rojd. It defaulted in the payment of tiie luterest of the bonds, thus for- 'iting all right to be considered. In due course, the' legislature revoked contract., antl uow the; money vllich was procured on the credit of he people of the province should be ui'neil over to tire province, when eople of the province are assured of a progressive railway policy for the development of the province. The policy of ths administration in this matter is to be commended. On Hie other hand, no one can commend the policy of the Mlchener party on the same Issue, for they have not as yet enunciated a policy which stood the test for two days consecutively. A little thought on the matter will eon: vince any conscientious e'.Nactor thai by voting for the 'government candi; [late in the bye-electjon. he will be vot- ing for a sane, clear-cut policy, -while- in supporting the opposition _wl ind himself in the position of the man! chasing the proverbial pot of gold at the base of the rainbow, looking "or something which is not there. CROP PAYMENT PLAN Make The Land Pay For Itself A FEW MOiYliV 3IAKEKS acres 1 62' acres new hrealciiicj crop 'pnyruoJit. ,pet auic, SoOO asli, bal. i, bal one-lnlf tion 320 acres mw land, near oif.y, per crop niilil pnid.. of cil.y, all steam plow 00 pei atie, .ipy.aurcs under ciiltiviil.ioii; miles (join nl. or'agriculture, than any of establishment- of demonstration t coiivenlent-poinls througiioiit. the province, shows that the Minister of Agriculture is wide-awake In re- iponalbliltlea. This method of getting olTence of letting LietenanL ernor of the Province kiipw that li was a Liberal. It is the first tim that we have heard that it is a crim ror any man to have politica'i opir ions. .Mr. Bennett complains that tb1 Province is being to pay E interest on tho 'A; and G. bond 1 when it might luive had the inrllioi ollars interest from the sale of lands Was that the fault of Mr. Siflon? Is it fair that he should bid made the scapegoat for the presumable sins o others? He was no party to -any ar rangement with the Federal govern metir, with regard to the natural this direction Mr. Bennett shows' tha c the Promier wa-j within his lega rights. We should like to know i 3 wnat manner the former member o the House reconciles his attitude i with regard to this famous contract vhen he advocated its cancellation with what Ira takes now? He careful iy abstained from any reference to .his. He is particular to expose the sins of othei-j, but keeps his own we) under cover. If ridicule and anger are arguments 'Mr.- Bennett Is welcome to them. They will have no greater force, or work any greater hariii tban emertaining their hearers. Bennett, is a political weathercock He has faced north, south, east and west on this A. A G. matter, and he is sorry that there arc nol ttnv oilier directions to avail himself of. If you vote for Stewart you taka a cnance or bringing into power a coa i-ton government friendly' to ihe Olarkes, of Kansas City. 1-3 that what nonest Albertans want" The Alberta goMermnent can rejoin in office until ISM. Leth bridge's best policy Is to elect a reprcsen'athe who will have the confidence of that Spvernmsnt. OUR POINT- OF off _ to Kansas t.'ilv iu tlic may he the song Dr. Stew-jirt would like to sing, hul he will 3ml llmi the electors don't like to iear it. The Michener-iieiineU-Slcwart po -icy is, 'Wo aru against everything the government is for Shepherd! B. blusters a lot, but he jocsii't convince. Kenne'll and Stewart fa-'or adopting peaceful methods with jc Clarkes, but the people prefer >rcfer that they should bo dealt with n a warlike way. For Hallowe'en AND Thanksgiving SPECIAL Paper Tabledoths your ballot for Shepherd Is the issue and Stewart is the candidate! will have a member able to do things for It, If It elects Strep. nerd. Stewart can give thanks .Monday, because he'll not have a Bennett has turned so many curves on the A. and G. matter -that it makes one diz.'.y to try antl follow to Pat Burnt The prolonged coal strike Is at ail '.nit, which Is very satisfactory. Ctwil-t fhoiild be given to all who were in-lerepted in its settlement, lion, Robert Rogers, who came up ind looked it all over and saw thu -ROBERT SAGE. t, E. EVERILL. Printers Stationers. Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extension of they haye arranged to keep their works in full swing as at present compromise, who was the real peace matter. Ur Burns is a modest, gentle man, and declines to make s.uch asser- tions, but the peopte who are at all aciiufllnted with the history of the negotiations know that, the strike was settled some ddjs ago through hi ottorj.s, hul that it w is held for M itogers to come in and get the ci'adit ot if Mr. llogers have the credit that iightfully belongs to him for anything that he didt but P made peace tn the strike AND PERTINENT At Newmarket, England, on Jlay 3, a was laid by a young woman that she would ride oinhorsc- liack lIXW'mileB in 1000 hours. She accompllihed the feat In a little more than one third of tha tune named. freedom of relisious faith was tho consequence of the 'JO years' war in ISIS to' :1fi-tS.' Owing 10 'that terrible conflict Germany's popu- lation was reduced from tu inhabitants. Whole lowns U'are laid in a'.ih'es and fertile districts oceanic deserts, The inventor .of the gumiiied stamp was a Chalmers, of uundee, who ill 1S3-0 suggested llir use "of adhesive, s'iips.' He was miicli ridiculed, especially by doctors, wlin said tiie lick stamps would spread disease. :Tbe post office no serious attention, tortile nltil ISM. A man who cotnbs liie hair over Ilin ittle bald spot on his, head is cure kick if the groc'ar happens to p.ut Ihe lig potatoes on top of the measure. Napkins M Cnii Irii I tot ,IW. PHONE 555 McCKEADV, Do you want a ,Miclicner and A. JE i. W. Coalition (iovernmtnl If so, otft for Stewart. I'at Uurus' deserves the credit for settling the slrlko, but thvi -Tories will swipe it and give it to Bob llpg- Ihe. it of establishing the peace. No per- son dC'Jlres lo rob Mr. Rogers or any- thing' rightfully achieved, but it is Hlle to say that h-j was renponsihle ror the conclusion of the difficulty. The man who (IId more to end the than any person else was P. liiirni, of Calgary. It was hu who (ot tiie negotiations soins. who did the Interviewing, who suggested ihe THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE'INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NMT OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IP YOU HAVB'ANY TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OB OTHER VALUABLES Ttlty IHOULU BK LODGED IN ONK OK THHSI BOXM in 'Of 'UKIHIK APPLY TO Letlibridge Branch C, G. K, Bourse. MgrJ ;