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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 23, 1911 THE LETTTTmiDOE DAILY HERALD CUMI loiTitii vmmn aiL The Royal Line UflMTREAL QUEBEC ENGLAND Routl'to London on Ton Floating Palaces. NOV. 1 16 Sailing from Halifax EDWAIU5 NOV. ]29 OEOIICB Beo. li. Rates bl stock train. The dead Include Clnrciuoiit of London, Hnglcnd; Harold of Windsor, Out.; of Winnipeg; Gcoffrlon of Quebec, mil llirco others, names 1111- at present. 78 79 SO SI S3 S3' S4 S5 Sfi 87 SS S9 90 91 92 93 91 95 96 97 9S 99 100 101 102 103 Hit lOn IOC 107 i 1'OS 1109 1110 111 112 1113 1.14 u? jus no 120 121 122 123 12-i 125 120 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 13f, 136 137 ias 139 110 141 142 143 141 145 Mountain Ctildwell........................ Biw.iir Leiivllt Cai'daton Aetna........... Taylorvllle..................... Spring Coulee................. Haley...................... Mngrath Raymond Jlllk Hiver.................... Coutts........................ New Dayton Boundary Creek Provo, Welling............ St. Mary's.................... Tyrroll's Lake Whlto's..............'. Neidlg'....................... Coaldale Experimental Farm.............. Royal City Diamond City Albion RidRo Iron Springs f........ Kebo......................... Waterton Lakes.............. Bar Hill Black Spring Ridge............. Bowville Suudial Yet wood Plain Field Lost Lake New West.................... Sweet Valley............ iiei'a into N'ewlands Quodistown................... Lono Star................... Lcthbrldgo Collieries Klpp Chin Hall 'Lethbridge, Co.urt.limd-School..... Lethbridge, Labor Hall.......... Lethbridge, Central School Lethbridge, Fleetwood School Lctlibridge, West'er School Lethbridge, Miners' Hall Lethbridge, Police Station...... Leihbrldge, Pool Hall........... Itarnwell Springs................ Grassy Lake -Powell Buffalo Head................ Lucky Strike Writlng-on-Stone Allerville Pen'd'oriells Bear Creek Taylor's..................------ Altorado Many Berries Murray's...................... Miller's Little Woolchester................. Gros .losephsburg................ Newburg...................... 131k Water Lebanon Eagle Butte Head Lake................ fjrauurn Walsh.....i Irvine Foldman's'Lake................ Coleridge.................... B.nll Head Seven Persons Wihitla...................... Winnifred Bow Island Faulkner Longfellow............ Hcdcliffe................... Uowcll S.uffield Carlstadt......... Medicine Hat.................. Medicine Hat Medicine Hal................ Medicine Hat................... Medicine Hat................... Medicine Medicine Hut............ Rutherford's Film's Loke..... Smith's Becker's...................... Thirty Mile Flat........_...... Bull'Springs Bishop's Tide Lake River Upper Red Deer................ Slccrford Alsnak Fniraorcfi Cereal Voungstown................ Chinook Clemen's atopplngton................ Big Stone Mere...................... Wlnninglon Pottervllle.................. Blshopsburg Rose Lynn Arcnde Vnllw...... Kenmfliil Fartilo Orangovlllo................- Tllloy............ Fletcher Barney Sunny Hill Itosemead Bow City...................... IUCllHl'9 Mjority Hijirtty 28 84 195 2'J 43 21 12 9 118 143 Sll 47 26 32 15 13 0 32 19 19 13 42 96 9 104 9 9 7 10 3 123 88 in 10 3 13' 13 2 lii. 25 10 20 58 3 3 S 11 13 01 20 32 H 2 6 .73 S7 17 ID 2 It 17 9 U 11 -W 30 24 48 38 IS J6 li 79 .oi 127 203 61 145 S4 149 3S 21 221 15 IS 17 31 30 128 214 275 7S 203 40 21 149 16 41 3 2 (14 87 14 95 17 14 72 71. 15 32 3S 39 31 11 21 35 11 IS 43 16 13 G- S3 S 12 0 47 32 5- 13 23 II. 14 I 63 150 35 fi4 73. 73 48 78 34 13 31 IS III) 116 118 100 US 63 SS 14 A Wave of Public Favor Based on known worth and absolute reliability has given prestige to The "Barry" Shoe for Men and Quality" for Women The world's standard of Per fed Shoes at moderate cost They appeal to the eye and give comfort and satisfaction always. They give absolute value for every cent you pay. This week we opened a large shipment of Workingmen's Shoes. They represent the best makes-makes that, like the "Barry" and "Queen Quality" have a reputation for value, and you can rely .on their reputation. We are specialists on Footwear and Hosiery, and have a stock that guarantees satisfaction to every customer. We want your patronage for our mutual advantage. Shoes for Every Use and All Occasions Grain Nelson's Camp Smiley Brooks Williams Dorothy Hand's Hill Two Bar Crowfoot Cluncy Glcichen Rosebud ,Do.nglas Carbon Sw.il-.vcll Sinicoy Nlglltiiigalo Namaka Mannix Gillies Cravath 170 Stevrai Woolfonl Sherburn John Ell Goduard South Winnifred Snnnynook Excel.......... Evel.uid Klowerdale Nateby......, Slieerness Lower Red Deer Halladay'a...... Neilsou 29 76 '29 30 MS 21 30 30 SO 36 6 3 IS 104 16 15 112 32 17 17 49 9 3 11 Regrets For. Laurier's Defeat_______ (rom Front Page.) 1C 5 7 17 4 44 G 20 4 24 13 38, 22 Clear of Bourassa Daily (iranhic "The call of so stannch and tried an imperialist as aurk-r shw.li! give us pause. Owing to reciprocity perhaps, also to cer- tain enigmatical utterances of his at the imperial conferences lie had hc- suspect to the Conservatives, while, his navy hill had aroused the ire of Henri Bonrassa and his ultra- Nationalists, whose a very mixed quality. Finally, there was :i fear lesl reciprocity should en- danger the political "Status tjuo" in i-nnada A fear to which certain ill-jndged "Obiter Dictum" of Tail, and n ioalish extravagance of a sec- tion ol the I'nited States press have unfortunately given too much color and substance. But even here the decision is not wholly imperialist, for while the status quo oi liordcn also is chielly the imperial connection, the Bourassa policy denotes above everything elfc autouoiny and nation- al unity in the identity oi the Do- ioyaity to tlie great idea behind the empire and once again can she de.- ieiare, 'I have proven faith in my hcri- j tage hy more than word-of mouth.' t.'aiiada has refused to he beguiled jiind has rejected the scheme with i magnificent emphasis. We have for- gotten the ties of courtesy in thc i need of their declares the j Hxpress in conclusion. "The witch- ery of Laurier's great narne aiid the j memory of hjs splendid services have [not hf-en sufficient to blind his fol- I lowers to the fact that they were being tempted to barter their heri- tage (or a mess of pottage and 'to jsell liieir right to stand as the [youngest among nations for alleged immediate economic advantages, though the temptation was well de- vised." Canada's Strength Daily Chronicle "The Conserva- tive instinct which has heen a cer- tain clement oi strength to the free tradi! system of this country is a tower of strength to .the protective system. Canada is stronger when. protection i.s tiie system in posses- sion because under it the powerful in- terests bccan.'.i entrenched and it is very hard to dislodoe them. The Can- adian people, moreover, were able at one and tile same time to avoid a change in their established syst- m, to-indulge tbe task for a change in their rulers. Protection, national minion. Happily liorden s majority ,riutism impnrjal 'sentiment is.large enough fo render him combination for th> pendent of Bonrassa's equivocal sup- ljcv'of as now at thi: port. Thus at any rate, whatever were thc mixed motives which have carried it to power if is whole and sound on an imperial issue. None thc closes the graphic, "ive Early Start on Sewage Plant (Continued Irorn Front' Page.) time, though if one goes far enough back it was the old policy oi both parties it iiad powerful vested inter- ests opposed to it. It- lent itself .readily to misrepresentation and the cannot but feel that this result, how- ,oo ev- en for Laurier to succeed against it ever gratifying, has been dearly pur- chased by the disappearance of- j of "asking." What the] lice. He will, at any rate, have (o satisfaction of knowing tha't in his is lloiig service he has written a Distribution has a jant. chapter in the history of Canada wav n, ex- Jiind the wtjrld." pectalioiis. 'I'lic accession of voting Laurier Admired strength to the west is likely to tell Daily Kxpicss "AH parties here! too in favor of reciprocity." are o tiering admiring appreciation and I homage to Sir Wilfrid LauriJr, as he j A FAT WEDDING FEE lays down tbe burden of his oflicc, jiiiu-aukce, Sept. Dally News and all parties will greet, liordcn with from Antigo, U'is., says Hint sincere sood The new preni- la Methodist minister of a little ohurcb ior anticipate follow in his incur Newport, II. L, received a cheque pred-cosW's footsteps of encolltiiging jof SIO.uOO to perform the marriage s ,e in.oerialisnr and working for of Col. Astor nnc Bs Force ,.i s.i 11 i nnnoimccnient of lilshon his country's greatness and power. of Ncw hernrc tho j liordcn will undoubtedly mate it more ,lcro today, difiieult for our radical rulers foi meet ranadian suggestions with en- tire indifference... "in good times and j Thirteen Chinese were convicted ill Canada has neu't wavered in -her gambling ill Winnipeg. 'fhe city council also lnouglil up the matter of a Eravily. water sys- tem at: its last meeting, hut the "city engineer has been so busy- with more pressing matters that he has found it impossible to look into the piojuct at all. However, it.is expected that lie will put1 out a .surveying outfit in the field this winter, .and will then brim; down his report lor the1 con- tu' the eounul The council wishes to gel, a definite report on the matter as soon as possible ia order they may apply for the neces- sary wnk'i' rights, so that this mai- ler wonhi be sctileil if the is ever nndertalcen. Civic improvements in the north half of the city are being hastened. A giim; uf twctitv-fivc or more- men are busily engager! driving piles and pulling in cement fill ing on the south approach lu the f'ontts St. bridge. The bridge M'ill he ready for the su- perstructure of steel in a week or two. A cement gang is now working on 2nd 8. So far in this section has hei'ii completed granolithic walks, as follows: Jst between .lOUi and 1.1th streets; 2nd Ave., S.t hetween I lib and l.Stli streets .oil either sido. of I he avenue. AI; present on Westminster road, north, men and (cams are filling in around the manholes of the newly laid suwer. Now that the street ia vich .1 iirokcn-i'jp condition, the ci'tixeiis ol North Lethbridge arc'pa- I ticntly waiiiriEt for the installation of the water main. This will be in- as soon as possible, and when street, is in a good navigable state, once more the citizens will foci that e. I'OME; fell want in the good roads scheme has been filled. lloimaii nfter being suucl: and lillled by a'New York Cen- tval train ;it Niagara Falls, was car- ried n distance of 18 miles before bis body, wtu'i discovered on the fend-er of the engine. He. had 'been in country a year, and was an .export linguist. COAL COAL Coal promptly delivered any- vf'nf.ro in the- city. Terms C. 3. IX w. H. 'DRINKALL co., PHONE 595 ;