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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December LETHBR1DGE DAILY J1ERALD 1 AND PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Published toytfce Lethbridge-Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every CTesing- at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridffe, Alberta, Canada. W, A. BUCHANAN, .MANAGING DIRECTOB AND EDITOB PHONE: Editorial, Rcportorlsj, News Dept. -DAIfY SUBSCRJPT1ON .RATES 1 year, delivered i year, by mail S3.00 6 months, delivered ,----12.00 j e mail si 75 S months, delivered .....Jl.OO months.- by 1 month, delivered .......35c 3 months, by raaU .......Soc changed often as desired, but both new sn3 old .addresses be gives. ..50e' r- VVEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight or mere pages, 'and.c fiummarys .of .the or the weeic, .local and .district. 1 year, in advance ;3 months, in advaiicrf in .75c V" THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crow 'Drug JSook'Store, X JS. -Eobert-.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra 'Hotel, pies Drug: Store. t B. W. Hamilton. Pincher J, Mitchell, p. "L.- Bros. Drui 4 Book Co. Eeattie iCranbrook, -Atchison. 0. -L. Heinecke. Grassy Dr. Xugham. -Diamond -City Dr. D' Arc's Store. L. M. Nortiam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. W tnncapo I Browa 4th St. ,-Also-on vall 'C. P. ;R- SUN FIRE The olderf Insurance Office in tite work! rOUNOCb A.D. 1710 BI-CENTCNAftY 1910 JIoME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLAND Ctaadiaa firftncls. Sun Bclldtatf, Toronto, H. M. by the House of Commons. They sv what will .occur js- this; A war is declared in wfcrjh Britain is-concfrn- ed. The ot-Canada ca'Us Cabinet together -aslis tor the Canadian fleet to-be sent to Uritain. The Cabinet refuse', 'because they feel that it is a war in which Canada has no concern. The Gover- hor-Greneral is determined and de- mands their resignations, parliament! which was nearly -sightless. The not ibeing sessioii. The resignations are handed in." Col. Sam JHughes" or Dr. Sproule, or Hon. 'Robert Rogers is called upon to take the" Premiership. He .takes It, and sends the fleet abroad without calling Parliament. Then Parliament is .call- The new Premier is defeated, the Premier and. -his 1; cabinet .return .CRIXICJSJM OF OVERHEAD BRIDGE I IHJ iCESHCISMS Jiiiected -at impossible. ..plans .-for jbridse should rce looked "into carefully. That' should be, jcai-efliUy considered. are made men ;wlio "know a Xood sort" of "The that the 'City Engineer -disagrees vith. iio 'discredit to -him -or ,-tHem, ;as engineers, often -disagree one another, -ir-is ;mereiy-a, ierenee of opinion, aiid "both may 'right'to ascertain If It is -bridge 'should' as 4y; .structure, that no .property .to be considered the-construction-ot .a. -sitbway "West- minster sroad Thirteenth street. Tnat must- be or The height .the'bridge .and its con- struction must allow for a: possible change grade- -being necessary, "when'the-subway is do veil to go very thOTcragJMy into-the whole mat: allow the company'to go ahead -with .'the ed. old to office, and they recall the fleet But ".in the meantime ttie fleet has reached Britain, "and has been ;o pieces. that .a1 "magnificent piece 01 quibbling? Does any sane Canadian think, that Mr. ,'Bourassa or Mr. Lavergne are, worth-, "considering after such And neither of them will taat.'they have used this on the .plat- form, and in private conversation. What they advocate is; that the fleet shall' not -bexsent to Britain's" assist- ance, nor on any foreign mission with- out the consent AQf the House of Com- mons. They the. Cabinet cause of ,the influence of Gover- nor-General. whole '.thing is so absurd it is really con- sidering. The history of constitution- al government in and Great Britain contains.'absoltitely nothing to justify any person" in "harboring .such. an impossible Bourassa and" bavergne" can hope'- to 'impress such an: opinion only are ignor- ant of the principles- and practices of est" norse dealer. -He would not-li 'about He would merely press tie truth. Incidentally, he ai ways .Who deal with him. Tfre wayt'h'e couia.' slur ov the vir tues of an animal amounted to gen ius. Once Hank was trying Ito' isell a enighbor a horse .that had an" eye neighbor -tank 'lie outrighbto him, :go-he horse dealer as the various points of the..brute. "How' about his he see out: of X eyes." '-Here he leaned forward, his eyes fairly scintillating with, suppress- ed honesty. "One eye is particularly c Hank's enthusiasm had carried'iim too' far., The .deal was oft holders -can come .'ages. .terence the .city for dam- they are thoroughly convinced they the in the- that -UNIVERSIY. SITUATION -papers -prac- _' "ticsHy .-givjejr.Tip -hope -of r 1 -BiR. -through. .the legislature. It its second read 3ng, ibnt promisee to go down iwith In, coinmittee. Tie people, of (Calgary Hoped :to stampede the people -of the 'south -in -thefr'-eSoils'- to; secure the university, and if" not making a ,'jidlltical'issue, of it, at least to .make ,.it. a sectional jssue, They -the same tMn'g-'over .the location of the provincial university and failed! is'hoped now that they have failed .that: they will give up all -such _; oojections to the .establishment of a university at ''dalgary. .One is that-there is no necef a second -university, in this' The other'is were jopm. ior -a second. ;is not .'expedient .-the present conditions :of unfortunate .ifoiction the -North and the South to 'establish an institution in. spite constitutional government A- crash.! A." scream of dismay! The faithful maid-or-all-work. rushes lady's (boudoirs at the -carpet On it. lie the shattered fragments, of a hand .mirror. Tears streamed from her eyes.. "Oh, Mary .Ann! Mary cries. do? Theyl say it'means seven years of'-misery; i you. break a looking, fret, comforts Mary Ann. "If you've got .cause for, misery, what'about me? I've-Just gone and smashed I the pier the -drbrin.' In- was taMng lunch with. of mine aa6mall.-boy4 about thre'e i man. "As a very special lavor, an'd' Side, -to- -dp .only increase.. the "Iriciion and1 iiyision.. 'X third reason, which .might province, afford to, wea> for "ther'Calgary ..ers. .-sayl.xhat- .th .cost province nothing. -This.- was'[ their ".wien they" "started their "but -when -tiey. "started -seriorisly to count tip" thb: cost ,saw their, mistake. .Even if they started off with their proposed, endow- ment halt a. million dollars, they would have- their .buildings partly up when they would find-tfleir. money government 'the only source of relief.- Then, too, tor-many years the university would necessar- ily "at. a loss, and put up. the annual deficit? n- -Atlanta1 .-man'met a' darky, who was driving 'thiii that it ;.as-It have- in the proper" 'as "sh'e; Jiad "never tried him before. very well until the, "dessert-! this prove' came 'on tJii "be .dish., :to 'di11" he "Why "-put' more "flesh; tnat indignantly .'demanded thejmotlier 'If you every standpoint it is an impracticable scheme, and it win-' be a good thing for Calgary as -well" as the-rest-of ;the.--province if the as- expected it will do, turn do'wn the proposition cold OUR POINT OF VIEW The Citizens League is out definite- ly in 'favor -of a commission. What could a live, progressive 'body do? A. gravity system at seven hundred thousand dollars" would come rather Sut not nearly-so -bad -as though it would' cost a million. one, using his position" to buy real estate on inside informa- tion he received in the course of his duties.- .If all charges are true that of city clerks in Calgary. Atlantan. 'Scuse me, opss." replied the "But iGs'--dbin' the '.best I. yo' dat po" hdss Mn hardly little got. on him s. IX''" His Speech -on''Potato of Mark some, Til tell on -The. mother still' refusing, you .don't giy cpuni ten tell three, sis, seven, -eight, His inotherrstill paying no ne made out of window Twain's journalistic gatid a }rir-j -the censjus To pick three of the ,oest men out "-of nine good ones is no "easy task be- iore -the electors of this city. .Every ratepayer' should mark his calendar to ;remind him .of the public .meeting next'Tuesday night It is im- Bortant that-the electors should hear lirst hand the men who are before as candidates. Jim Cornwall's' attempt at quoting Scripture entitles Mm to -first prize at the Christmas entertainment held by his Sunday "school. The Minister of Agriculture is a very versatile man. His latest is to prompt for Peace River on Ms- Scripture quotations. in'the .House shak- ing that glass with the wheat in it, it is a wonder that some one did not remark "seven, come eleven." Gas.struck at Grassy .That is getting interesting for that likewise lor this city. Tne more 'places that get a. good' flow 01 gas in this'vicinity are the chan- ces of- this city getting it -From Other Sanctums Better than a Bum University (Calgary Albertan.) taore good pub- Calgary is'-getting gmia "City according to -the De- troit Free Press; the concoction of a speech-: that "was -put -updn.-.a fa- mous senator. "The had Attended ia "City .banquet, ''but had not-spoken. He-had'a sore .throat., a rival paper ieached the. ...'banquet' late. "What did 3peak the newcomer whispered -to Mark Twain, .T He.made a very interesting speech on the was the reply. j potato, -That's odd. Let's] have the will you? "With said Mark .Twain, and he -dictated-a-half- column that the reporter duly printed the next-.morn- ing as the .distinguished senators val- uable contribution to agricultural sci- ence. The "Ladies and Had it been my lot to -be -born and reared1 in .Ire- land, whsre-my food would have prin- cipally consisted -of -the salubrious and-.nutritive should now be, instead "Of 'the poor, infirm, stunted creature yoa.see -before, you, a tall, stout, athletic man, able to car- rjv ah enormous.weight" Hank Dobbs was "noted as an "hon- >bureau? census my a collector of faets 'that are -given, to :-i the public aifter they are out "of -date.j sister's a. long mailing; her- ;timer about suggested ''little vBrother, 'be a j sight came dow-n without. making Lead- licity out of its -public-owned and well- street railway "-than-out of else. Thr newspaper? throughout .the United' .States, .both large, and small, are ..holding Calgary) up .to .the admiration .of their -readers.' That_ is the Mnd of -publicity that goes home "The first Canadian-owned vessel and equipped in Britain, and'sent out to defend our coasts would "become the nucleus and the training ground of. Canadian stokers, Canadian sailors, and Canadian and by-and-bye university, they might learn just how perliaps' ot a Canadian admiral -on the "it -Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Mackenzie would take the trouble to find out just Calgary wants and'needs in the narrow they really 'opposing it" Albertan. If the Albertan and the people of Calgary would take the trouble to .find out: just .what the cf a second university would niean this province as a whole, they might learn just how nar- row they really, are in advocating it. Canadian coast" From Laurier on the navy? Not a bit of it; from -Hon. George E. Foster in the Commons on March All that Sir Wilfrid did bring out two training snips. Foster talked., Laurier did it. The .Medicine Hat Times contra- dicts i.the 'Herald'rs- "statemenfc -that is the logical, location for a school, -and says the Hat is the place, a matter of opinion. That is purely The City Cleric of Calgary. ,tbe Now Borden -denounces it. Great game Bourassa's Quibbling' (.Canadian -Both Mr. 'Bourassa and Mr.. Lav- .ergne quibble in a decidedly unblush- ing -way 'when they condemn the Can aciian navy because it may be sent to tne assistance of Great Britain in time of war by the Cabinet instead of i WANTED shoppers to inspect our -large and carefully selected stock of Christmas -presentation goods. If .you bring" an average'amount of ?3 each with get it, we-.ean; turn ..ths deal for you, and that in return you wili take away -twice the' amount in "happy, satisfaction, portable property; "-the wMch you will assuredly hand over to some dear friend, and thus spread the good-will reeling... In 4S hours we. shall have ;150 CHRISTMAS TREES just to. look at "but we may sell a few AT AS USUAL., Many thanks for promptly meeting desire by begin- ning to do your purchasing .this early. Kef? Cross Drug Book Co. The Headquarters of Santa Ciaus for Southern Alberta Dashaway.-is -in .'-deep mourning. Her husband isn't he? Belled-No, tout'She looks so well in black, she couldn't resist th_e tempta- tion when her canary .bird adelphia Record. "How does .Dofaber'rank as a, paint- er, asked "Pretty well, I said -Loller- bby. "At the.Jast exhibition .they hung his picture "higher than any oth- er in the. Weekly.. In the PiiHic Eye j Michael Cudahy, founder of the packing firm, bearing his name, diec last -Sunday'at a hospital in Chicago of double pneumonia, l Cudahy was 'born in Callan, county Kilkenny, Ireland, on Deceni ber 17, 1841.; .He came to j states with '-his parents in 1849, the family settling in Milwaukee. .In 1855 while a -boy pf 15, Mr. Cudahy 'became an employee" in a Milwaukee packing house, and this marked ther-.beginnjng of of his career in. the industry "in ii'e took- a prominent part.; From a ftutcher, Mr. Cudahy -jacvcd up rapidly to foreman, packing iouse manager and meat inspector. At this time he attracted the attention of the late P. D. Armour, and at the latter's solicitation came to Chicago. In 1873, Mr. Cudahy was "made a partner in the firm of Armoiir, Co. He continued in this connection until 1SDO, when he was instrumental in organizing the Cudahy Packing of -which he was made president- His brothers. John and Patrick, were as- sociated witlK'him. Tne firm" established branch- houses, and became, known in Milwaukee, Chicago, ''well Kan- sas City, Omaha, Los Angeles, Sioux City, St Louis centres. and other packing Cork, if sunk, 200 '-feet in the ocean; will "not rise" on account of the pres- sure of the water.. 7 rooBfi modern on lot 30x137 1-2 ftonCutbill FaciBgeait. Near in, and for a home to the average man cannot be excelled. houte ir modern in every particular. Do not fail to if interoted. Price made to suit purchaser Lifts 26 and 27 in 3 DiiflF Addition, terms Lots 11 and 12 block 3 Duff Addition, lerms Corner 75x142 U2 dh Charles and Coutts. Splendid building site. r Lethbridge Hotel Block PhoneI212 .00 a month Without Taxes For full information, call of address 1979 Suite MSxSbuerlock Building Pltiprte 1291 Choice Garden Land in five acre track close to city We are on tliQ niarket a few clidice 5'acretract's'of.irrigable garden This-is the. closest garden land-to the city, on.the market, .and is iii excellent shape for" garden purposes next season. One five acre tracts if properly attended will support f amity; and .being located so close to Jethbxi.dge which is .making rapid strides :to wards; being a great city in future, and being in the direction .i-ii which the city is buildngv-south- east, will increase in yal-ure rapidly. '.We are selling these five acre at per acre.- anrf will--give -.very easy terms for payment.. Titlq will be given any time1 final pay- ment is inade. Apply Phone 1425 Ott Block Lethbriclge, Alta. FAMOUS CLOCKS -Our contemporaries remind public clocks in Geneva. They show a sublime independence of one anoth- er, especially where facts are concern- ed. -The 'latest instance in -regard to. the xilock of the Palais de Justice, which is restoration. Two papers assert that it was con- structed between 1585 and 1685, while a third; declares ithat it only -dates from 1852, that it is the replica of the work .of Germain Tilorij tht original was set up in the time of Henry III. Although the clock is fa- mous, there ;are others, we leam, which ;_are. still more ;so, ifof" instance, "the Cathedral of- The clock of kyons Cathedral is a wonderful piece of mechanism, and the legend describing .it is as follows: cock crows, the toell sounds the hours, the little the .Sancta Splritus; the, angel opens the, gate to salute the Virgin 3VIary; the two Jieads of the lions move the eyes and the ongue. The astrolabe shows the1 hours in. its degree, and the .move- jnent-of the moon. Moreover, the perpetual calendar shows all the days yl the ieast