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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I, 11U1 THK LKI'HHKIIIOE DAIIA HEKM.it 11, PARTY OREISE8 AND FANCY VESTS likft now wUtw Krwuuli ili'y cleaned by us. This tiuMB removee trace dlrt.'jliul does uot 1'njuru tlte mutortul. French dry uleun- MiiK 6f-tha tlowtt our upeolttlty wo 'thoroughly tmdorstaml our u> show'you. Mall orders given careful and prompt attention. We do a big out of town' builniu. Grown Cleaning Works Wetlty Churotr Phone 474 And Shooting Saloon Jfext door to the New'Morris The- ft fro, .Round Street PHOTOS TAKEN or NIGHT- By Electric Light Amazing Divorce Case of Lady Colin Camp- beli Shocked England (Continued irqm liliBhmeuts-rshe could paint well, she spoko four or five and sho mrote articles for tho Sa'turday Ilo- view, still o'ae of our best written Journals, and sho also for years wrote a weekly article in the-World, in tlie days when Edmund Yatea -was its editor, and when it was the chief so- cial journal of England. I took up. one oi' thfeo articles the other day, expecting to find, what irreverent jpurnnllsta call "piffle." I was sur- prised to read an article I.UMBER WASTE FOR PULP WOOD :For the purpose of manufacturing tie four and seventy-five housand 'tons of 'produc in Canada in liU'l) psot .wept logis-of. various species, which our timber supply decreases .are Becoming valuable.for htmber and.oth irees. No slabs or other sawmill Vaste was reported us -being convert- d into wood pulp by neglecting which iractice Canada i-s losing greatly, luring 1908 in the .United States six .'or cent- of the total pulpwood con- '.nmption was from slabs and mill >I mm ings. 1C economy had bi ticed to the'same extent in Cana- ia, during the year 1910, as much.puli: night have been produced as from ilrty-six thoiisaml cords of. wQpd, and ipt one pulp log need have been cut Phis would have made twenty per ent. more puln than Nova Scotia pro- d in 1910. Looking at'tbe subject front another iplnt of view, the gain, might have much greater. Over one-half of he five billion feet of lumber cut, 1910 passed-through mills at'een- Bfi, of.. la'fge population, wii-ere -the lab waate of ona-haif cord to every hotnand feet of lumber might have saved from tho incinerators. One cord, of pulpwood will produce t leant one-half tbn of pulp. so that and a quarter million cords of labs .obtained would have produced -i -the lowest .estimate six hundred ltd twenty-five thousand tons of pulp 'his amount Is thirty per cent, more nan the total of four hundred and pleasant, instructive, written in a style of perfectly simple and easy 1'Jnglish, that recalled the immortal essayist of the "eighteenth centuTy. She also tried the very she wrote-a nove! which also ripe for a n-i; on imval policy.. That journal advo atcs the presentation to Britain of everal dreadnoughts built of pjnad- iun material by Canadian workmen the placing of'an export duty on raw mi terlal and nickel matter, the establish ment of. tho British. North Atlantic smiadron, with headquarters at Ilali adu-j fax, and a. request for a voice in the Imperial council. ing nn increase we were also able to secure a standard. Mr. Thorburn: "Was anything done to stop the immigration oC negroes to the -Mr. Oliver: "That claim of immi- gration has entirely censed." Mr. Oliver explained the imposition of restrictions on immigration along tlie international boundary. He said that Canada up to 3908 had, imposed no restrictions, .being always desirous of having good settlers from the U. S The United States, however, had always maintained a force of inspect- ors at points along boundary and undesirables had freeh en- tered Canada, they' were prevented 'rom returning to the United States Coming to Oriental Immigration Mi- Oliver said that it -was a fixed prin- ciple {hat the people of Canada should have the right to say who cbpuld be admitted to. residence and citizeushin in Canada. Mr. Monk: you in favor of Japanese Mr. Oliver: "No, I am not, and the' late government was not, but was In'1 favor of ha'ving amicable relations with the Japanese empire. Mr. Oliver thought that the settle- ment of tbe Oriental Immigration question had sutlsfecton The Hon. .Robert 'Rogers .prefaced hi reply, by stating that govern- ment would, carry on its immigration, policy without regard to 01 natlonalit) It would beJa gen.eial policx fot all parts of Canada AB to the papers moved for by Mr.'.Oliver, the minister said tuere was-'no-ob- jection to bringing them this would lie done at an'early-date. He said that he had selected- Mr. awkes because believed him capable of this 'position; "We have Cached a period In this conn he yaui, "when we must have co-operation in immigration between the piwlncei and the Dominion and we 'to make n ieport'-on thia particular matter. DI are the ;iualincations of Mi Hawltes7 'I am said Air. "to tell tlie honorable gentleman that I :hink Mr. Hawk'eg' has undoubtedly good qualifications, and I would ike to tell hint that i mpported n that opinion .by.'the principal Lib- eral -newspaper of Quebec, .the' Mont- real 'Herald. The minister proceeded to quote an 'tide in the. Herald eulogizing Sir McLean. ashed if Ihe I J' 9 CM. 1 M. Ladies btocks uet Marching Orders Every Suit in the Store Will be Cleared Out at One Price FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Greatest Money Saving Event of the Season and Values Clearing af 10 Scotch Tweed Suits Tlie season's? host tailored' satin lined.; grey, brown and green, mixtures; size.s 34, 'jG, 38, 40; regulii.r values Friday'and Saturday 10 Only Fine Serge Made-up of staiulfu'd quality J'Jjiglisli serges, all this sea- son's garments; satin lined; all sixes; reg.-selling prices run at and rfridiiy and Saturday Come in the morning if you can and get first choice. Don't put off until Tomorrow what you can do Today The Si son Company. Ltd. SIXTH STREET doe after the first day. .hence (he considered it proper for J IT. j large number in the sled He Famous The u the and ntotl serviceable kmp you i lor any part of your home. It is in ine in- miUiani of fainitiet, Iti strong white lifht Kw k famous. And it'never flickers. lo the or the pvlor the RIVM jwt that M amt efeo h ii a bccomiiH to you. Jud the far bodnaai or library, wtiwe dsir, light a needed. Riyo nade of alto in DUMMM Emily bffKfld wkkovl Auk or to i TW Hawkes to bold this position while he published a newspaper, devoted in port to immigration and hav- ing solicited advertising nupport from tiw department. MT, Kogers replied that he-'had al- ready given instructiolis to stop thia advertising. "1 have communicated with every premier of every province in Canttla and liave rec-aived. replies expressing their desire" and willing-! to mee-t MT. Hnwkes and to lend tiieir co-operation 'toward a more act- ive Immigration policy, i LOTS OF BIG GAME IN FERNIE DISTRICT local Nimroda been taking advantage of. the open aenBon and the tions for hunting, several big catches of game have been reported, but the banner report for the season, peVhaps for all seasonv, was that made -by a party of Elk Lumber Co. omployees, who have just returned from the South Fork ot the Elk river, bringing twenty-one fine deer bacfr with them. The creditable of hit big haul is the fact that eighteen of the twenty-one carcannM lucka. one of which weighed 300 poundu, The of the party ware A. Letlio Smith, George Cnrk- :on, Art Anderson, Ole .tanctn and J. VfcKw, Tho party on 16th ind returned boyi rtport plenty of on Wigwam, or South Fork of ind could have flhof many more. lefraineJ fiouo JbooUnc Hi a, load thit was jii en to West Pcinic today. L Twelve pack horses re cjiiireil to" bring the deer out to Elko. Another large killing has 'been rs ported from Galloway, but in this the larger portion "of-tha ani in a is were fennile, a regrettable fact, Where deer are so .plentiful as to make possible such a as the West Pcrnic boys imade on the Wigwam, it seems like; wantonness to 'km the does. MILLIONS FOR AGED POOR .Ofttrlbuteri for Wtatern Canada, Feliy Bros., Larion 4 Co. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouvfr. Stratton'8 Dream of Palace for "Oust- ed" Prospectorc Comes Triie Colorado Springs, Nov. dream of W. S. Stratton, the cirjient-ar, who .became a nnilti iiiillioimi.ru rlirongh the ownership of tlio ianiout! Independence mine at Cripplo Croek, Col., is about to come irite. When it foes come true tho broken down pros- pectors of El Pa-so aiul other aged poor it-Ill have e home in which they will live like aristocrats. Not only will they have all the jom- forta. biit most- of ..the luxuries life, .ml thej bo treated is not "iiima-tes. -I want to leave my fomin-e for -the founding 'of a home where the agod poor will ?mt have to work, but will be waited on" said the aged ming owner before he 'died, nine years ago. Me expressed that wish in his will, and the provisions-of that Instrument will bo carried out with more attention to the spirit than to the letter. Judge.John K. Little of the county court, of El Paso county, of which' Col- orado Springs is county seat, admin- istered tho Stratton octuie; Lhrough his court. 'The estate lias been turned over tb i'h trustees provided for in tho said Jiulger Little, "and a site yome- .hlns like 3000 acres in extent ha bceir, purchased.' buildings will cost or 000. Plans are being and iro will be built to eland for ages. "We know of coarse, tli-.it Mr. Strat- ,011, who had experienced all the hard- ships and privations of the prospector, n tended to provide a place where the niiin who dill not strike it rich could end his days hi dignity and ease. How- ever -Ui-a home will bo iarge enough iccommqdate not only the poor pros- pector of El Paso county, but aged poor from nU parts of Colorado. "The t.rustecB are plan lit itg-to do ev- en more. They will establish traduand industrial achoulB for the poor youth of the state. A good deal of attention will be paid to farming.. The technical schools will also train boys for elec- trical and mechanical engineering. Km- ployment. will be found for somo of these students on the iiHeriirban elec- (.ric railway system which, is part of the Stratton estate. Tlie home, will lie the only oneyof Ha kind on nly place, whore a man who has fought, and failed can live as well as the ono who has fouglit and won." ANNOUNCEMENT For reasons wclJ known l.ojje to ad- vurilfigc of 0111; customers as ns to our own we Juivo decided to do business on 'a CANTI AND AFTEli DEC. 1 J'loiise do not nsk For credit, after that. shall eonliuiie i.o carry a fresh and complete .slock that will uhvays have cm1 gunrnnlee, and shall be able to spve you boi- ler value for your money when do busi- ness for cash CRAWFORD PODGER 1112 Are. H. (r Wm. Murdock, superintendent of the grouiul.s at London t asyl.um, Is lie was at uiio tlm'o Mayor of Strnthroy. No mutUr wlmt .happehs to the Canadian nnvy, the naval college at Halifax wjll IMJ niaitvtaiiicd.Ha a train- A Clearance Sale at the'Unity Store from November 27th- to 2nd 10 per cent, redaction on Groceries, and 20 per cent on Dry Goods The entire" stock !B new to. date. If you want to get real bargains, come early and .avoid the rush, lis everyone .will take this opportunity to lay in a winter (he remarkably low prices. The Unity Store PHONE 465. 11401 5TH AVENUE NORTH. Montreal Doard of "Trade will tion (o have the l.C.R. brought "uiuiftr the jurisdiction of tho Dominion Rail- way Board. Harold Pen of St. was struck in the a Thomas, splinter' Irom a bullet while the cadets ivt jn-acticu. ifa new and Mtfnly dNterwM from ordinary prepartttatji. They theft purpon without dUturbtnf the rest of the syatcm, tnA are I Iiiative for Ihe nursing mother, as they do not affect the child. iomaountM, like nil NA-DRU-CO by c! 1 we'll raturn money, 1 'ksjau If your drufftol ytt wmA 2So. and wffl RMU 24 ;