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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIFF LETT! BRIDGE DAILV HEIIAI.D LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JWOT The Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. .vary lawful tvt-nln, at Iti offlct, Sixth Lethbrldnt, Alberta Can. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONE: editorial, -----------------------j- Advertising Reportorlal, and J f circulation and News f Job Depts, and News 1224. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE! 1 .iear dclheicd 14.00 1 year, by mail M-00 C months .delivered. 12.00 3 months, delivered It.OO 1 0 months, by niilll..... fl.56 1 month, by mill 8oc Addresses .changed as desired, but bo'.h and old ild- dresses must be given ;THE WEEKLY HERALO Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, nnd contains a summary ;of the news of the local and district 1 ye.r in.advonce..... 3 months, in advance GOc. 6 months; in advance V5c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J.G.Robert- son Co.'. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., B.W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. MeUrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie B. Beel Medicine Cranbrook, B. Atchinson. L. Heinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 21? 4th St. Spokane-The Jainioson News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. AUo on all C.'P. R. Trains OUR POINT OF VIEW You onii- hold back What advantage would It -he lo K ft (OWII Clf nlltfmlula I t. _. Il'g a (own of l-wt the Slrton finish Us work, Dick McRrtdo as u posuliilc Tory premier. Oh. joy! J'on.'v t'.'is his chance, now to get v.ilh followu who tried to oust liini frcm llu; Tory U'lidersliip. "Lui well enough alone" is a gouti in-iicy lo iHtopt in regard to tlie pro- viiu'ial I'oviM'nmeiit in Alberta. Uihbrldgv to give the Slfton eal M KlitD in the V, The Tories must bo lit fight aj- humor when ihey talk of Tommy unis, the iHigliUl. us a iKHitbte can-' 't'Uiio suffered from n panic on election iJiiy, but they are now pinch- Uiftjm'Chtti hi an effort J.ut why tlmy mnilw such usiiCK ;Q Clifford Slfton boosted Bordtn into .lower, but Bob Rog'erj is going to iliat he doesn't, gvi: any favors In the bycMjlcetloii'j Ihe electors jwlli have tho opportunity of eh.oosiiifi botweeti Arthur Slfton, the ceil, and udward Mlcheucr. the no- Think The Situation in Tripoli TRIPOLI has usurped the place of knows how to handle a coloi Morocco as the centre of the world's attention in Africa. apparently, wishes to get a bet- ter footing in Tripoli in order to pro- tect and increase its commercial in- terests there. What right Italy has j to do a-.s it has done can only he de- termined by an -exhaustive study of a number of treaties and nnderstand- i ings among the nations of .Europe dur- ing the past half a century. But there is one thing sure, tire whole civilized work! is not at all sorry to see one piece after another of the Turkish Empire cut off and put in charge-of some -European country a proctectorate. If the whole Otto- man empire could be divided up with- out causing a general war among the nations, it wo.iild be one of the great- est btessingy that could be bestowed upon humanity. The bad govern- ment, the'' atrocities and intolerance by the Turkish government form a crime against the race -that should not be tolerated a day longer than is absolutely necessary. It is, therefore, to be that, hlle Italy not yet proved itself ideal colonization nation, it .will get complete control of Triiwli unless some bett-er nation g-ets it. That's True (Edmonton Bulletin.) The Liberal party is bettor out of for the sake ol' its principles ban in'power at tlis price of them. A Nightmare (.Montreal Wiuvoss.) An ounce of '.scare is more potent ban a jionnd of common sense or a of reasoned argument. Try it t your breakfast iabte next time you have boiled yggs, and on opening one remark: "f am afraid this egg i-j and push it from Un- less your family is composed of ueo- ple who have healthy bodie-3, healthy digestion, and healthy nerves, tlw eggs win be unpopular. They may be all new the sug- gestion of fear is so catching that no amount.of statement of fact or of argument will for that nwal make the suspected eggs popular. .Mr. Bo.uray- sa appealed to race prejudice and fear (hat Canadian lads would be forced from their homes to fight in Britain's wars.' The scare was ive. .Mr. Borderi appealed to race pre- judice and the fear that reciprocity would bring about annexation, scare was effective, although The reci- SOONER through are ection than a considerable por (Ion of the people of this province art .into more elections. In four provin cial' electoral districts, Glefchen 1'incher Creek, Calgary and Leth bridge, the bye-elections 'are -to be hsltl to fill vacancies caused by the resignation or of the sitting -members. The Bye Elections people I the school act and truancy act. The g-eneral el- j minister agriculture has been i busy in getting the demonstratloi farms which government establis: 'In these elections there the clear cut issue that there was in the general Dominion election, and tlie contest will be fought oiit on the administration of the Sifton govern- ment. Although the roew government .found matters in a had -mess when they took office, it is generally ad- mitted that they have carried .'on the 'affairs of the'province in ;lnanner. Public works that :.dragging on for some time have been to completion, as the people of Lethbridgte have abundant proof- in the completed court house and pro- vincial jail. No part of the -province been neglected Jn the matter of works. In the other rtepart- menis, the ministers have been dili- rg-ent in business serving th-e people. The minister of education ba-i had Completed a curriculum of stud- ies for the public and high schools, Jfnd brought about other reforms in ed in running shape, and he and his department have shown a commend This latter is an way the government able interest in efforts to secure the Dry Farmig Congress instance of the is .using even- not effort, to help all parts of the prov- ice. There'is no'..-'doubt but what every person in the South approves of the government's action in cancelling the Alberta and Great Waterways deal, and of the vacant seats are iu: he this question will hardly in for very-much discussion. It B known that Premier Slfton is now working on a railway .policy to tate hte the one hVdtEcnrded, and t is certain that it will be one -tha 'ill secure to the province more ad antagea at ICES cost than the old ite of the previous government. The Sifton government is deserv- ing of -the support of the people of Alberta. It has not done a great deal of advertising of what it has been doing, b.ut every constituency in tin province knows, us Lethbridge knows, (hat its needs have been well looked after, and that is the main thing. procity way as wholesome and inno- cent the aforesaid new laid egg. The Canadian people, have been of late in conditions of great progress and arc a little strung, ft-iwas, we believe, a scared people that-voted la-jt Thursday, and the manufacturing monopolies .'who paid out large sums for inculcating such fears are today congratulating themselves they will, have a period of still greater the expense of a fearful nation. Buirtat tllam consider the Lcyfda, and let them consider King'Relnobd- m. In spits of ;the' vote, o'lVThursday I'onres in power without iin.v construe- th'e programme. Its accession to power way doubt- Icsa as sivat a surprise to itself iia it was in tlio l.U.iflrftl party. Therp- fii-jt of all be a grand grab (pr ficc. At present no In the party big enough to control the discordant elements. The Quebec wing, though it do PS not.bring a ma- jority with it. is fiiirly strong, and n alliance with the Nationalists, th'a preaching of whose doctrine depleted he Liberal ranks. The Western men) bers will also be clamorous (or th'8 spoils, white Ontario, as demand the lion's share of U going. A seat must, of cout'je, be found for -Mr. Oorden. What will he do '.vith Foster, and the malodorous Fowler, both of whom are among flip And our own Richard'.' Will 'h-a now be prepared to sacrifice upon the altar of duty and hU little job nt Victoria to entar larger field at Ottawa? It la not liki> ly that Dick, slu'ewd to his own in- terests, will be in any hurry to lay down his sceptre. Re will wtnt to see how the discordant elements can be got together to run a on a small majority. The vntive party is by no means safe in the saddle of power yet. A red.itri- bution must come soon and tiic tfa- mantl'5 of the, West for more repre- sentation cannot be ignored. It is an op-en secret that Sir Wilfrid had in- tended to bring down. a. rcdhjtrlbu- tipn. bill ity was bussed, and gone the country after a .sessipo i 6iv The Conservative ca delay the redlijtripu___ bill, and after it is on th'a hooks the country will grow impatient for its increased representation. It that another election BIG EXCURSION To Our Fruit Lands, Arrow Lakes, B.C. OCTOBER 3rd 1911 This excursion is nut iW.Uic sole purpose of showing our Fruit' Laiuls Arrow Lake Orchards Ltd. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard -Company Real Estate and Investments laat, .3 XuHteient percentage of redple of Canada want induced' the be fought nlthljj not two yean meantime Canadians wll niore than In the have an opportunity .to reflect upon "hat they have missed by rejecting reciprocity, and they will alto do The Dry Farming Congress THE LBTIIBHIDGB-.BOARD Of tllese governments feel that there is nothing (hey could do which would tend to bring Western Canada more into the limeliirht iu the agricultural world than the securing of the con- gress. It would raise farming in this part of the Dominion -in the plane to which it is entitled, and therefore make the Western provinces even more desirable to the farmers from every other: part of the world. es to make it wise for the' new -ROV-' some heart searching as to wnyttve: rnment to consider carefully Vlwt' rejected it. They see the tariff reformers in the United States mauding that which was to have Veen given to Canada talone, be given to and.ithat Canadian pro- ducts, instead oPhming a prefer- ence intlm Am.fcrKsan mark-ate vrill b-e lively to have access only in com- petition with the world. Meanwhile, too, Literal party, profiting by itb leEuon, will ge-t, busy coiupiale an organiza- tion.- There, is no: doubt in the "world that lack of organization had a-.3 muc do with their defeat as anithlu els'a. Instead of laying down ih-th face of it, they must togotiiev. aq: maiid their fences and get ready the next contes't, which cannot Ue much fllrth'31- away than a couple o years, if that long. heir demand-3. portend. R-aciprocity as usually heeu-uyed as a buffer for rotection. It .would li'a if it be managed, for a professedly protertlonist government to obtain a reasonable exchange in products that, white not interfering with the manu- facturing industries, will make liv- ing in Canada for the masses more at- tractive. The country has had its nightmare, what will' its awakening Not Rosy for Conservatives (Vancouver Saturday Sim-Jet.) At tiiis writing the defeat of the Laurier government is apparent, and 'en if the complete returns do not give the opposition a majority, reci- procity itselt is at any rats dafeat- OWNERS OF ornins o Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 llot like Kates husband. He won't let his wife do a bit of heavy lifting. I can't always ba nt npme when you take your bread-out of the oven. i TRADE succeeds in bringing Lethbridge In 1912 the Intel national Dry Farming Congress, tha bodoy will have more than justified its existence: tor this year by thai one accomplishment alone. Tho Dri Farming Congress 'stands for the highest, standard of agriculture on the North American continent. It stands for farming on a scientific basis, and niS one knows better than the.farmer That tire result of farming along tha most approved lines means lo Hi country: It means tlie development of this country's greatest asset in such a manner that the-most may be made out of it. with Ihe least waste. It Is directly in line with the work ,ef the departments of agriculture lit province in the-Dominion. The people of Lelhbridge feel, that they arc entitled ;to- consideration when the matter of fixing the place for the I9I2" Congress conies }Colorado Springs.In October. South- rern Alberta has become, fanipira tfa Jforld over .more through the mediiiin of its agricultural growth' than 'through any otlrer medium. The dry farming method of ngrilucture baa been thvj causa, of the rapid growth of South- ern Albwrtn, and which he-done to stimulate tho ad- vancement of the agricultural por- tion of the community is worthy of every consideration. In going to Colorado .bridge is backed .up In Hi claim for tlie contrast for.next the gov of Alberta, With these facts to back up Loth- bridge's contention, there shoonld be no trouble in making ihe delegates from the other parts of the continent see the force of our claim, and the mission shaiild be successful. But more is needed than a claim, must show that it la ready and willing to handle ths congress In 912. It must show, that it can take are of the'exhibition If the city is ortnnate enough lo get It. It must e able to provide accommodation for -he visitors, to handle the affair suc- essafully from a financial standpoint, or the delegate.! will he jtratlfred h, turning: down the Lethbrtrtgt applica- tion. Therefore tha citizens of thin ed. There has been no finer thing iu'the history of Canadian poll- than the spectacle of a grand old man taking hh political life in his hands for a principle and for it going down to defeat. Sir Wilfrid Laurier will stand as a twin figure with that other grand old leader whos'a name has be-an .so frequently heard throughout this campaign, Sir John A. Jlacdonald. There can be no doubt .that the un- derlying cause of the defeat of tire pact, and .with it that of the govern- ment, was due to the national sensb tiveness' on th-e matter of annexa- tion. Such'being the case. If tha Con- servatives come to power, their posi-, tioii will be based purely .upon mis- understanding, one which thev party itself most cultivated. It may he interssting..to .dwell for a moment upon the prospects'of the Conservative pjyty In power. It1 1 About the Same Thing "How are you at picture "Pretty fair." "Maybe :you can put together these forty odd parts 1 have taken out of my. ailtomohira." It Often Happens man cannot serve two mas- quoted the wis-a guy. "Oh, I Han't added the sim- Ple mug "A man may make a'gcd of-.money, and serve time." FAME'S .PATHWAY Waldorf Astor, tlie scif-ex'pUtrlaled American, returned from London New Vork foi- the first time In three years, witii the'cliief ohjeeC of stl'nly- ing American political and labor con- ditions. Literature you think our young people are losing their faste for lit- erature? no! 'YOU ought to see. those kids of mine fight for the comic supplement '-avery Sunday. Couldn't Find the Place A very small only small aa lo stature, but lacking in width of) in a street car until he I tightly wedged in. from both sides. Then there entered the car a large, handsome woman, upholstered tj the minute. She took the strap in front of the small man and was hnng- rig to in discomfort when the small nan arose with a flourish of polite- ness, and touched her on the arm. "Take my E'aat, he said, vvhli a bow and a smile. "Oh, thank you .very she re- 'lled, and turned toward the scat. Then smiling genially again, she asked: "Where did yon get' up George Yoiing, millionaire bank- er, and husband of .Madame Nordlcn, the opera was charged in the i superior court with mismanaging iu- ves'tmerils that Dr. Emar.uol Parucli entrusted to. his care. Tho piiysicirill filed u suit for accounting. ow', a manufacturer. The ceremony was private, only tho mtmbers of. both families being present. Mrs. John R. Drexel, who has been bronchjtis, js able to her bed. As a mark of affection and a re- ward for the faithful work of her servants during th'e past season, Mrs. Klsie French Vanderbilt gave a whist and dinner dance at her home at Newport, which was decorated for. ;he occasion. Jliss Sarah Shuuert, of Now- York, sister of Lee Shubebrt, the theatiical manager, was married Thirty thousand Christian sjaves in 1520 began the construction of a mole n the harbor of Algiers. They com- 18, at Delmonico's, to Edward David-jDieted it hi three years. In a New Guise Mis. are district are urged to give Board of Trade" every .help and assurance possible slon leaves for Colorado .SpVlngs, and ihey will then he n poaltlon fut Britlth Columbia. The heads of i in aeciirinf jl. to raak, a bid for the congMM which It will -be impoailhle to reiiiii' The will be a IrMt benefit -to al the people of Southern Alberta' both In the towm and cll.'ea. and: II remalnn for everyone to uart FALL DRUGS AVr do nol wish lo have you think that drugs and medicines change us do the Cush- ions, Iml the change of seasons brings for entirely different from drug KOI ctange and need we are well long eniwrlence nervea us In keeping our Mock right. There In no need that you may have that cannot be inslantl} from our alock. rr'in Depend on us for your drug needa. The Red Cross Book Co. Limited Witnssset Furnished on Order A big, .-brawny, red-faced 'sagebrush lawyer ..lived in one of th'e Indian re- lervatipns back In the 'Ill's. Ha wore drooping mustache, and the Mexi- cans cat-d him rc) Toro IJIanco, cause qr.hls habit of bellowing in court; He was playing poker with the In- dian agent and his clerk one day, when a dusty and _ frightened man came in. -Mr. the v'taltor. replied the jlawyer, pom- peiujy.' "I am the man, iwhat can I do for "I Just.killed a man .over..there on whjte and I wanf: to con ault a lawyer be fora 1 sun'ander." "Tb.it1> a good "always resort io the law. much monrv have 5011 got'" himdreil ilollari." "Gimme ahouted Bl'Toro Blan co, tbniatlng out a hairy pom, "That bl enomh If ymi flirnilh ihe vilt- but It will ctiit JON ili if I llifBi." OtilBg, of yhin Snvy, accomnanivd by Mayor and Deputy Police Commls- McKay, went to U> lay it a wreath be hid made. It simply impossible for this space-saving IDEAL Folding Bed to close accidentally. It is self-balancing in 'any position. Works with springs, not weights, and is so light ind per- fectly that a child can operate it. All metal vcrmin-pioof. No to work loose, wear out or break. Bedding, kept in perfect order, always rto air. Canopy permits artistic 01 d it is a handsome piece of furniture. Be sure and ask for the IDEAL Folding Bed, and see that it bears our trade mark. Ask for name of dealer neareft you. i for Freo FolsUr No, FI40 IDEAL BEDDING C IO. LIMITED MOMTMIAL TORONTO WINNIPIQ ;