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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE-IYETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OdolMM- 31, UHI. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publlah.d by Lelhbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. nwful evening st Its (Sixth Street. Lethbrldje, Albert! W. A. Director ind Editor PHONB: ______................... PHONt: Editorial, Reportorlal, ind NeWi D.pt.-- 1224 Advertising Circulation and Job Deptt. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered J4.00 l year, by null li months delivered KM 3 months, delivered jl.OO 1 inonlu, delivered .35c. ,v I by mail 1 month, by mall 2Sc Addreasen changed as often as desired, but both new ind old dresses must be siveu THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In elffllt or more pases, and contain! a' summary of tho news of the local aud district 1 year In advance fl.SO j s months, !u 50c. tf months, in advance 75c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Slore, J.'G.Robert- sou Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pinchfr D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Bool; Co. Fernie 8. Deal Medicine Cranbrook, B. Atchinsou. L. Rcinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C.. WorM Wide News Co. Brown 219 -1th St. Spoksiie-Tlie Jamieson News Co., 70S Riverside Ave. Alio on all C. P. R. Tralnt Earl Grey's Tribute to Sir .Wilfrid EAIII, HHhT. oil General, 111 ,ir former Gin'-ermir his sprveh before the Hoyal Colonial, institute. Kavc judgment as an impartial obsnr- 1 of I'ept for his country whim an m pvclod opportunity placed It wltlllt nls roach.- If, was cerliilnly In no sense a policy oi dlsllko to a cloner ir.Hiil political events in tills [conueclioii wllli the .Mother Uojiutry. [country, and it was a dlroct repmlln- Tho people of Canada, howovor, sight- Itlou of the Insinuations, anil in some led a grail .dmi.mu- in thuse proposals, liistanws. deliberate statements, dial land It is not for me to say rightly or tho Liberal party in its reciprocity wrongly. icy. bail dellhi-rulely aimed at a uollll- j of liberals feared that I'al nllianci. with the United Slates. I their adoption might lead them Into Karl Grey's wurd'j will appeal lo all line United Status. lici'olloolious of hiir-nilnilfU people, and we will j past harsh trenlmeilt received from convince some Liberals, who straytil niu 1'nited .States, and the. present from lire paid of bettor trade relations with the United Stales, that Sir Wll- trid l.anrler's sole object .was (o pro- flde largor markets for the people ind remain at the same time, a strong great abounding prosperity of the Do- minion, all combined to stivmytlien the National resolve to vote down the policy, which, however, advantageous to their material Interests, was one In The Hungry Tories EB. OSLEK, Conservative M. I1, for West Toronto, pictures tile Tory onslaught on Ottawa af- ter tho Hord'jn victory, in a way that must disgust every Canadian who has .high ideals of public service. Mr. Os- Jer himself is -disgusted, and he says KO right out in m'aeiing. Here are his words as addressed to the West Toronto Conservative Association: "I was never more humiliated in ,my life the scenes which I the spoils of office, this playing pucsy j Ifr corner. It seemed to all they thought of. I do not say that Borden could notrhave: secured a great deal Better assortment in his Cabinet, but I will back up Borden until he shows he is not doing right by Canada and If I find any attempt to dc v.'rong in I Warn you 'now I will'vole against Bor- den, Tory and all as I am." Mr. Osier is to he admired for his ind vigorous Dominion of tho British which they sceiiteirposslhfe danger to 'limphw. Karl Grey said: their fiscal Independence anil National "In justice (o Sir Wilfrid Laurier, (autonomy. ny affection and. admiration for thai "The Canadians fiavc shown a love listluguished statesman .requires me of their country superior to every con- o lliitt he had u Government .act- justifying their be- lated by no anno.vationist sentiment i lief in Empire and in Hi n thv policy adopted at the poll. Sir Vilfrid was fully persuaded that his olicy. if adopted, would .strengthen oth Canada and Ihe Crown. To sc- are '.lie free entry for products of-the arms and fisheries of .Canada into rotected mark'jt of nearly a hundred lillions by purchase of reciprocal ad- lission to products of tile United talcs mid by a -trifling reduction in le duties on agricultural implements, 'liicb have been energ'aticaly demand- ii by agricultural Interests, appeared Sir Wilfrid lo be an economic ad- vantage wbicb lift was bound to ac- CROP PAYMENT PLAN Make The Lijtnd Pay For Itself greatness. To those do not know Hie Canadian people as I know them, Hie revelations afforded by Ihe lucent elections, of tlie strength and vigor of tlie National sentiment In Canada, must have been most welcome, it did not. however, require this new revel- ation of the traditional spirit of Can- ada lo convince those already ac- quainted'with the history and. char- acter of her people and their attach iient to National institutions, that her connection with Empire was far too deeply rooted ever to he over- tftrowu.' 320 acres wilji .162 a urn nexvlh-eaki'iifr, por-acro: cash, bal. crop payment. acres raw land, noai- city, per acre: cash. lull, ojie-half crop until paid.. .1 CO acres north of oily, all steam-plow per acre: all crop 2fo o'd" .J 60, -iores-vvil.il .1.05 acres iifiiler iniltivaiioii ,1 J- (own: SoOO cash, balance crop paymont. have-others, .so do not buy until yon got our list of snaps.' Freeman MacLeod Co; Box 679 Phone 1212 OUR POINT OF VIEW Now for the municipal elections. f f about the Drv, There'll IIP a lot of linppy' people when luisincss is over. i chiirigi1 in thinking Farming L'ougruss. .transpired at Ottawa after the return i courageous criticisms of men in his [of Mr. Borden. There was hardly a {own party. "What lie has.-.to say must imember of the party who did not rush jlerid one fo the conclusion that .Mr. 'to him and say he had to make him a (Cabinet Minister, It was the most Kiiher 8. lie 31.P.P. or -J. S. S. will The Toronto Ub'crals don't, 'want' A. 0. McKay as le'adeivin Ontario. liait almost forgotten, that were any Liberals in Toronto. there (TIf fhe sto'ftu-tcbft'fcuines somehotiy j may he snowed under" before night humiliating spectacle, this rush for Borden must need he a very-strong nian to the "spoils of office" ele- ment in control. H OX.-FRANK OLIVER so.ut note that will appeal to i Fight for the People so.unds i t true Liberal, ;when he -'sayis j jthat the'duty-of'the Liberal-party 'Mo take up ,the'battle .'of .the mas ngaiiist th-s oppression' of corporate wealth. Liberalism in Canada must become more than it was in the past: Che.champion of the interests of the common 'people. It must be a party with advanced ideas, as' ihe Liberal imrty'ln England. The Liberal party '-in Canada never had anything to gain by friendliness to the corporate in- terests. It catered to them to an ex- fan t, but gained nothing from doing so. Its pre-3ent duty is (0 get 'back to us old'time position as the advocate ot the measures which are helpful to the mass of the people and the oppo- nent of thte efforts of corporate greed to control ins destinies of this coun- try. Certiorate growing. It is getting a "rip on tne country, uiid its rulers and the Liberal party niirot sound the call :t0 the people to tight this menace to the well being of Can- ada. The battle may not he won in a day or a month, but the cause is good, is worth the fight, whether it be short or long. Liberalism ia linked with all advanc- ed iegislation in Canada and Cieat Britain, and it win be associated more than ever with such legislation in ho future. A iatc dispatch stales, that a new process of' making from batir anas has been A guaran- tee with the im- biber would retain his bal- ance standing. on Ufierskins of the said Those who have hail their political bananas, would .help along nppc'.ites whetted by the bye-elcotion 'of th? new The man has t0 lip driven tc polls values his 'Citizenship very lightly. 1 Or Postmaster at Montreal (Winnipeg Tri-bune.) The -Monti-aal Herald is'a hundred years old. Mr.-Borden might with propriety appoint it to the Senate; TH; '-i Can't Swallow White all is not peace ami harmony in fhe Conservative ranks is ev- 1 "idem from the difficulty the Minister of Finance found in se- IcMiring a seat, and tlve opposition iip- cnly offered by Tory newspapers and Icyiders to his inclusion in the Bor- (Icn government. They see in him a [representative of the corporate-influ- ences, and they fear that the merg- ,ers and combines will dominate tiie new government. Leading Conservatives are indepen- j dent enough to 'speak out and de- nounce the choice oi' Air. While. AC a Conservative meeting 'iri Toronto the other evening Dr. Charles Sheard, former medical health officer in that city-, and member of the party, said, according lo u press des- patch: "Dr. Charles Sheard was cheered to the echo, when he entered a vigor- ous against the inclusion of, Hon. T. White in the Borden Cab- inet. The battle of the people of Ca- nada was against trusts and mergers wnlch menaced modern liberty, he de- clared. He opposed no man on mere party grqiinds. "Sir James Whline and Robert Laird Uorilen have staunch' supporter than Dr he declared, amid wild plaud "but they are menaced -by th> operations these two men, .7. W and 'Hon. U'. T. White, whc seek to use the friendship oi leaders to advance tne corporate art financial interests with which the: are associated. You cannot break icr irections .and ..-associations of a life time, promise..what ttiey'wlll." The Liberals ;can.-.very well affor to look on and'-let.the Tories fight otil, ibut for do not think Sir. White will'be'as bad as he Is pictured. One of Borden'h Supporters (Ottawa Free Pitas.) Last fall Albert Savlgny, now ,M p declared that the sight Of the British cruiser Cornwall In the harbor of Que- bec, made his blood boil. Will he dare to tepeai the remark on the floor of tne House of Commons. A Happy' Interlude 1HANKSO1VING and passed. DA.Y has come It has happened very opportunely at the pre- sent time, In that it has formed a happy Interlude in the political cam- paign. It has aervvd as an armistice preliminary to the battle of the bal- lots which has been in full progress today. The Issue has left the lead- era and has been in the hands of ll.w rank and file to deal with It as they j considered best. Whatever the result may be, we trust that, every elector has gauged responsibility and has gone to tlie poll. If this has been the case, there will be no cause for any Heartburnings in the case of any In cleaned, ready to start again-with re- irawed vigor. Rest is ever the goal to which all men strive. It is the call of the unseen which is ever beckoning them. The ancients realized this, and tlie great wonders of the world mark in Ihelr repose the sublimity of Iran- nullity. H is to be hoped that our citizens have used their-holiday, wisely anil well, Not in mere stagnation, such as mooning idly about, but in availing jth'imselves of the-beaullful day whicU, Joy, lo make the most of an open air existence. The man who baa beei, ac- customed lo lead more or tess the In-1 Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building Box 1979 Phone 1291 par a From the Beginning .Iosh.ua marie the sun stand still. "It only affects men; women's work Lethbridte to make next year's meet- j's he explained. ng there an unqualified SUCCMI. stand to gain an invaluable amount of advertMng of the kind that brings results. Now is the time to itarL. Praises the Selection ll-'dmonton Capital.) In the selection of the new chief li- cense inspector, the attorney-general's has been singularly fortun ite in securing Mr. Foster, of'lledi- cine Hat. Foster does not come to the post with any long record as a detec- tive, -but he has a record a'3 a man which should recommend him to the common sense of the community. K Has been for many years a reiiden of the' West, and filling in turn th various duties of a newspaper edltoi stock raiser and alderman, lie hos ceeded in impressing himself on the life and policy of the city in whicl lie has lived. In no small measure, i Is due to Foster that Medicin'a Ha: has become the centre that it is to nay, and the surprise is that .a man who has been so active and so thor aiiglily identified with that city should cave It and corns to this. rtivldu.il that the result might Imvejness calls for, and has io used Ihe heen different had he voted. If he I day, will go back to the desk or the has exercised the privilege of assert- ing his citizenship, no matter whnthor the result will show him to have heen on the winning or losing aide, he can the matter philosophically. We live todny in a condition of jolt and Jerk, the time Is one of unrest through counter better equipped for his work and for his labor. Amongst Ihe many thoughts of Thanksgiving Day will come to wvery one the glory of the out the world, not only amongst nn-1 nan at. tlons, hut amongst communities. Therefore, opportunities for a rrief Gestation of activities .tiro welcomed. I'ubllc on this nrcoimt arc a public boon. They give time for the human muchins to bo oili.nl and climate of So.nlhern Alberta, which af time of ihe year is able to If anyone Indulgv. In which' Is furnish fo brilllanl a day. any time cause-to grumbling at tho weathur something we all Indulge'In at times, him iQday. 'in dwelling "n 1he bad, let him not forget tire good, H.ls the only way lo get THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SW EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., DC L PHEIIMI.T ALEXANDER LAIRD, OcNCfttl. MANiaen REST. CAPITAL, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Imueri by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling. They are negotiable everywhere, self-identifying, and the exact nmount payable in prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on tlie face of every cheque. The are issued in denominations of and may ill) and J200. may be obtained on application at ihe (tank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest lolhoM to which will be sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C G, K. Nourse, Mgr. In 1925, or Sooner Kjrst tell you, now is time to attack the United States. Second so? first is a general E pean war on now, and1 every America is back fighting for his fatherland. Alwayt i Victim "Papa, what do the papers nw'an when they talk about any hody heini, "To be scooped, Willie, is to mifis getting an important item of news, or hear of it after everybody elf, all about it." "I see. Our janitor is always scoop- ed when tlie weather turns cold, Isn't nc, ROBERT SAGE. L. C CVERILL. Printers Stationers, Ltd. (FORMERLY WESTERN STATIONERY) Intimate that, during alteration and extension of they have arranged to keep their works in full swing as at present 11 fancy, to regulate the reciprocal ac- dever, said tho tiqn of that wonderful balance whcal j teacher, "but it will not g'at you a.iiy of the human machine, the heart." j credit marks.' it. Force of Habit "For he exclaimed when he had tried on hi'.; new suit "why have you nut, such enormous poc keta In my coat and the tailor confessed, "1 mtlsl tag your pardon for that. It was a ralntakc. You have been doinf 3lislness In a town where saloons were ill cloned on Sundays." The Offended One ''I didn't vote in the last electioi laid the Georgia moonshiner. 'Bout '3n yearn ago the gover'ment mortal- s' offended me, an' I haint took no In erest in It from that, day to this." should vote; you should Hand up for your rights." "That's jest said the inKfiuhln ir. "I've got, to keep dodgln' all the tmc. Kvcr' time I stand up for my jghts the invenoo folks draw i oead' on me, the gover'meut gita A Warm Bathroom A Future Sivint "What runctioipdofiH the Iron in lh( lood naked the teacher. "Uonverlutl into stiiel by Ihe erlous agencies that In the nmin glibly -unswered the oiing man who aliidleil Ihe Mion, "and wrought Up Into hair Brings of Ihe finest tcmiwr, it Every mother should be careful that the children take their baths in a warm room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after com- ing out of the hot: water. A Perfection SmoLeicss Oil I lealcr brings bithroom or bedroom to nitt the degree ol warmth you want in five or ten numilei. All you hive to do ii to touch a match. The Perfection Healer burnt nine on one filling and u ready for we You can it any v> here it is needed There u no waile of fuel and heat warming unoccupied room. the hetl you want, when and where you Want il. The Perfection u fitted with an automatic locking dime ipreader that prevent! the wick being turned high enough to imoke and it toy to remove and drop back when cleaning DniMl either in ttnquoiie.blttt entmel or pUin Keel iiylit ud reTikMf m) niiuble lot Enj loom in inr houie enrrwfore j or lo tar of ;