Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 4 THE LETHBRIJJGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, September LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD MTABLISHID DECEMBER Published by Ulhbrldge Herald Prlnllns Co., Lid., every law- ful evinlnj at olfice, Slxlri Streit, LethbrWso. Alberti, Canada. PHONE: Editorial, A. BUCHANAN Managing Dtrcctcr T. W. CUAYLI Miniglng Editor JOHN Adverting CfrcuUtlcn Anno other reply than that empty, meaningless expression: "1 have nothing to say." Colonel Denison rules that heri.may be instant- ly executed by the owner of the property upon which she is ires- passing. Lethhridge's magistrate'.rJoe'S-rfo.l-hold'the'Same view in regard to cats! The I minister, so glih in promising the resources when a He has nolhing to say. the spectacle? Those who member pf the opposition, is now mum. v: What do the, western people think of th That interview which Sir William gave the Herald iboul Lelhbridge is copied in full in the Financial Post. It may nave a good effect on the dealers in debenlures who are consist- ent readers of the financial paper. it "bae ctiang- "ed since 'lien' as tbc result of the ''enornjus growtli of the pmver oi "oilier European nations, and It IB "Vriitui blir.dngja to.afsume tbat what "appeared proper and elficent "co-operation tie rest of tis "Em'plra in 1909 IB proper etflcent crxiperatlon now." Tali statement Is not In- keeping with Caaadl'ir ion of German aggression higb'er Those who were prone to joke about the Crow line as a southern coast oullet of .the C. P. R. being a mylii will probably change their minds when they learn that a contract has been let for a portion of il. A C. P. R. telegraph operator at Monlrcal, guilty of being drunk while on duly, was sentenced to six months in gaol. Served him right. Railroad men who have the lives of hundreds in their hands are the last men to trifle with the. cup lhat inebriates gin forthwlih to organize and tulld a while on duty. Borden meeting in Letlibridge have not forgotten eloquent denunciation of the Liberals for accepting a "mess "j'of polfagi" and the fervent promise lhat the return of the Con- servalivej to power would be followed immediately by "undoing grave injustice to western Canada." It sounded well, but it didn't niean anything more serious than an ear Roche has nolhing to say. Premier Borden has vrjoftilng lo say. The electors will have a lot lo say when thi, v opportunity presents i I self. TEMPERANCE PEOPLE TO BLAME D ANJSH THE BAR" was again thrown into the ash heap by temperance Conservatives in the Kasl York bye-election. 'Parly first and principle afterward seems to be the attitude of i'lhe parlizans. In the. Ensl York campaign the Dominion All iliauce, the chief temperance organization in Ontario, got behind !.the Liberal candidate, who was an out and nut temperance man. Iemperance advocates implored the temperance people loi rforeg'o polilios and vole for the "banish Ihe bar" policy. j Sonlc mcn are likc them on the bead and they Now East one of the most mlelhgcnl rural rulings, fce[ jn our In Ontario. It ,s undotibtcdly strongly Iemperance in .is senU-1 js as M evcn ineni. On a prohibition plebiscite it would give a large majority than II. has been. Those were the dajB of the raging, tearing Ger- man panic, when that fatuous play "An Englishman's "wag the- sensation in Lon- don. .Tbui, If ever there an ap- parent emergency. Zeajand rush- ed to tie front wllh its offer of a In Canada tnfere waa a Domtnion-wldo rncvcment to secure the of. one or two Dreadnoughts. It while this feeling at Its hlgheit point that Canadian Parl- iament deliberately and unanimously decided that, the best contribution that Canada could miVe to the de- fence. of the Empire -would be to be- The Impending loss of .naval su- premacr by Great Jlrltian was Elil) stock sirbject of political discussion; and the rclounaed Tlth the Union- at "We -svant eight and wo welt." Despite a rampant contribubon sentiment in :no delegates to ttia Conference pro- ceeded to develop an Empire-ivlae scheme of defence by the creation of Dominion navieF. To this the Ad- nlrsiiy garo their consent, reluctant- r The facts are just the reverse lo the statement by the Herald. The case- for contribution, jtas far stronger, in 1909 than in The change In the Interral which has led. to the nev policy was Hie change of Government In Canada. Mr. Borden'a CanadJaniEm. which seemed in March IS05 to bo equal in. spirit to the Canadianlsm of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, proved In the hour of trlftl to' be simply an Imita- tion of the thing. He yielded tu social, political and naval' pressure and agreed.to tear up the agreement of 1955, to break faith with Australia Canada to R policy of cJiitrTbiiUoD. He.has not succeeded ri Imposing this pollc-y upon the people of Canada: ho never wll] suc- ceed. Unless ho gets back upon the safe grouhd-of the 1909 resolution Mr. TJorden is, politically, a doomed man. laid ho was reminded oJ the cnse of John Henry. John Henry, accorolng to thb nor- ernor, took the Uarllns of hts heart to a cafe, where it 13 to eau dear one hod ihe -wasn't insvy, BO young lover thought would eacapo with no greater than nn ice orefvm tlcfeat. Bui, alas! woo! It was a pheaeant that the dear mie. ordDreil, with fixings .to match.' All that John Henry.could ilo was to watch'hor and SUfftr.' "Jacltoj-, she bweoUy re- ranrlicd. diving into the luscious Wvd, "you aro nol eating a bit' of this pheasant. Won't vou ha.ye "No, darling." responded John Henry. "I have had all that I wnut." tKal. you "want, exclaim- ed tho young woman, shoeing great surprise. you -havwi't had "Yes, I havle, .atisworcd Jo'iin Henry, with something akin to Caniidlari nary. The Winnipeg Free Press suggests John Burns for Canada's next governor general. beg to second the nomination, realizing that the four'humircd will turn up their noses' at the very idea and lhat a certain elemcnl of Ihe labor class will be- come highly indignant al the very thought of John Burns ac- cepting a job from Ihe King. AI the. snine time John Burns would do the position credit. waiter Jutl John Henry's Share 1 They were speaking of the wonder- ful days of courtship, when ho wil- lingly'makes'a million sacrifices to appear like great wealth In the dear ono's beautiful eyes. There was a merry chuckle on the part of Gov- ernor Ixicke Craig of North Carolina, who was one of the dinner party. Flo REFLECTIONS OF THE MORNING AFTER' for prohibition, but it is just Ton' enough to bury its principles rather than elect a Liberal pledged to a temperance policy. Mr. Things move along so rapidly nowadays that the man who says "ii can't be done" is inlcmipled by the noise of the other fcliow doing il. the Literal leader in Ontario, ha, pledged himself lo a ,lsc Mccl lllcllli grcc, k.a, I temperance policy but it looks as though he cannot expect i niilch support from Ihe Conservative temperance forces. Until [the temperance people agree lo stand for their'principlcs first J there, is not much hope for any parly lo tie themselves lo a lem- "Jperance policy. 0 IN That Irial in San Francisco has e strong garlic flavor toil, Mike Htttierson Park (he playground for Ihe city. Il is iout llu: lcmol's 'ie handed lo him ail day ]ung. them. If "linbit is Ihe flywheel of as Professor Jnmcs of Harvard asserts, then why nol swat Ihu fly? lie thai riselli late must trot all day lo calch up with the pole horse. j says Doolcy, "knocks at iv'ry man's dure i wansl. On some men's iluro il hammers till it breaks the dure, an' then it goes in an' wakes him up if he's asleep, an afterwards it fr him a.i a night-watchman." "Kvcrylhing comtB lo him who hut keep your eye on the clinp who goes out hunling for if, for the screenings he leaves for the wailing one. An oplimist is a fcliow who makes lemonade in (lie evening fence was held in London. soulful banded.. ma Ihe. KepTng.Tr'ick bf Train> Al the railway .atation tn a srusll town a aolltary traveler was walling for the day's only train. Train.time camo and Tvenl. train. Hn went over to the :ttathn master, an old darty: "Say, when does today's train get here, "Oh, dat train won't be In for a long lime yet." 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