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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TDK LETHBRIDGE HKUALO VrUla.v, I, j. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Maniger Published by The Ltthbridge Publiih'lng C... Ltd., tv.ry lawful evening at its office, Slxfh Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, I Advertlling and j 'Circulation and Newi .Job .'1224 125- DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATBi year delivered ...J4.00 a year, by mair (i mouths delivered j Ht, ii month, delivered 1 6 by 1 munih delivered..-..' 35c.; j ;i month, Addresses changed as ofien as dasired. but both new :iml old ad- dressee iiiUEt given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every1 Wednesday hi eight or more pages, mul contains 4 siuiiiuary of ihe news of the wepJc, and district 1 .vonr in iitlvance .....ll.Jl) Months hi .ulvarica ,..50c. l- montlis in advance "sir. THE DAILY HERA Cniss 'Drug K Hook tore. J.CJ. Kobort- 1 son it Co.. .larkann A; Alexandra Drug Store. tt Co.. HuniHloii. Plncher J. Mitchell, IX .MeCrea. Hros. DrltK tt Book Co. Firnis. B. Beal. .0 FOR SALE AT t Medicine L.M. Noriham Cranbraok, B. U Kelnecka. j Dtagnond City Vancouver. B. C. World Wide N'ew.s Co. Brown am nh si. Spokano-Tbc Jauiieson 705 Riverside Also on ill C. P. R. Trains Tile hoard of trade IB on Ihe quid hum for nil the time, ll been considered wise lu clve 'lit- :flK't loci mileli utiblldly uiher cities inliiht Sel busy wli'li iillurlni! olforn, lini of Mils fact the lionets' iioMey jirallon wUliout immS regard (o 'Yreoil 'or Arthur llnwkee sets a year and exneiiHen as an on may res; assured. Chalnmm dm- IlimnlKrallou, a work or which lie hud )ind steady on the job. Itls coimiillU'o ni'ts j not one dity'u previous exportence. Air. Sifton has a wise, policy in Toposiil to construct weal trunk leading to railways, (iood high- u'ays add much to Hie profits of ariiu-r. Will Ilic new federal government illow I'hineKe in "free of duty" in Mr. 1'riMiiler Horden uv an answer in tho ('oiumons Indicated that hp would sitter clear of polHlenl complications UK u of the ayliiition over the N't' Temere decree by shouldering '.'he rwpoiiBibilUy on Hi? provinces. Just waicli ili-o Hughes' and swallow -Jhe pill without n grimace. Power puts the sugar coating on t In; pill. (Washington .Posi.i Pome (of Hndvard poetry flcms in Indicate a (errlido fear of elnp nmtaUwii for a lady's man. The ot-h f way A Cruel World [Hai-'imore Sun.) testimony so far sn'imiitled SOPS to show that men like Thtii'c will be no peace on (hit? ntH'f- ter until thy principle accepted (hat any iniirrlnge curemony ed in any pan o-f ('anada by any per- son empowered by law to BolemnUe mari'iage is valid and binding: The rijtht of any church., under any .cir- cumstances, to free, the parlies "to a inarrlaye civil obligations must be resolutely denied. The Memorial" to General Buller rpHK MKMOKIAL to Sir Kedvers J_ Butler a; olil school founded Iiy William of ai ester, recalls the Boer war. South .Africa during thai period he wine the home of lost military reputations. A- Thrf relief of 1.atl> suiitli was an ub- jeriivft in Hie plan of Sir Kudvere Bui lev. .and. possibly, ;is events ,turn oil out, estiinuied the importance much. --viiii Genernl Bulter suf-hiuliy Those who eveui- ned. from ihe did- ferod in Hi la It WHS not. however, HO much the of the man. as the system, which had noi been [.-rouerly educated IQ deal wi'th a phase of guerilla wttr'are. -Ji tiller's a to Birtler and others, experience for employing new methods and tac- tics. However, Uuller is not to bo blamed 'for incompetence. He did wiia-i he considered most expedient, The Protection Commission' (.Montreal Witness.) Perhaps tho most important it .Mr, Borden'ri programme is the ll.ir have to adopt all sorts Commission, I'liltw) States to make money; (device for The protection of protection. Its task will 'be to make, a searching in ves'.igaiion into the costs of produc- tion at home and abroad and then re- soi; of referendum that 10 the government what, the'duty intt si the hands of Mr. 1'Ws Is shelter lien is a chance to vole for the ab-jwllicl> tne protectionists of "the Vn- ANNOUNCEMENT On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin and Craob Sts. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Co, Box 679 Phone 1212 What Canada Wants iToi'oii'o Telegram. tfiitloa of Honrassa. Monk in an earnest ol the fulfillment of "Mr. Borden'w pro misG In the fact that arrangements are .being made to piace the govern cut .In a position for dealing wiili e same, by a proper survey of the various water .powers, and other re- trdtfs, M'hich, is hoped, will be coins the property of the province. ANEW ERA In educational pro- sjfnss ia dawning in tiie estab- lishniftiii in New York of a school for training In muni- cipal admlnfrtrailou. Thin is due the phi'ianthropy of Mrs. K. II. Ilur- rhuati. widow of the funitUB railway tting. The tnstilution a novel one, an flqualiv novel roaiure is thut deserving students will rficolvs sal-: ilurlng their period of under-j graduateship. This is a no) doubt, -oft'ai-.'ip ohtainlni: the nui-1 terlal for educational experiment. The esiaollshment is highly endow- i taining od. and aims at turning out highly ently a finished product. '1 u make iiy iiikv nboui this, i; ilrst nf all Inr :i mind lieyoiid vbe commoh or Karrien. which is aide assiiniv 'aic the Instruction given, and not on- ly -thai. student whl have ha asaJriitous and diligent. For tbis .reason 1lie salaries run .0 ;ta much n.s n year. IhirHman, after A Municipal School the movement IB its mil for a cotnmiMlon of municipai gov- ernment. The system to be employed In the school is that of apprentice- ship. The work if to be practical. Allen, ff' the Bureau of -MtmJclpil Research o'f New York, hat been placed iirmanajenient. and generic! he says. are of HltJe in Accomplishing the desired result. The Business of the teachers will be to direct, supervise and criticise tlie field of the few stu- dents, who, it planned, will be en- during'ihe first y-ear. The ob- tile trained man is appar- ififflculfy so far as'umulcipal Flag Flapping Experience (Winnipeg Tribune.) Roderick McKdnzie, a Brandon far- mer, paid dtitj7, and shipped two carloads of barley to, the States, He received more for the two cars 'ban if he hadTSold in Brnndoii city. Had reciprocity carrluu he would have had more for his two cnrs than lie could have obtained at home. That's what the old song, "Rule, in Ontario, costs us. is to be judged. Hard on -Candidates (Calgary The ancient custom of hiindshakiuR attacked in. Paris. At least there is said 'to Jinvo been organized In -that cl'ty so- ciety, having for its purpose the ab- olition of the' It is also said that the society Is rapidly grow- ing, and iluvt its members are enthus- iastic in their advocacy of the "re- Prom the standpoint of the society handshaking is one of the ens- oing that has outlived its'usefulness. Depends on Where He IB "How old would'you say she "To her ffice or. behind her Be Cautious, Young Man The young man, who tells a girl could listen to her voice-for the rest of his life should; be or he may have NO Preachers Elected (Montreal.Herfthl.) 'the Christian" GuaTdjaii cummeivtB n'the fact that" there is one unl- professor, not one teacher, not one preacher of'Hie gospel. Business, Like Ma The small a pound yel- er soap, please, and imivver you plense wrap it. up in a good-love Sketch. The Poor Romans 15very student of history that our Christmas customs 'are a reloprnent of the Roman Saturnalia "Oh, surely not "I think so." "Xo, no! There's no reason suppose, for instance, that the mans were all'tho, time being hunche to do their Saturnalia shopping early OWNERS OF M orni Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building Box 1979 Phone 1291 Hurry Up Alarm Quick, Dusty! Conic away from dat "Wot's de "De cider in it's n the new parliament at Ottawa. Un-1 er our of politics j s something aJ trifle imlecent, this is tc-rhaps not a surprising sta'fe of af- airs, but the time seems -io lie corn- Mean Thing I suppose, wifey, yoir wouldn care to go'to the theatre in your HiiinlnlKtratfon is concerned. What is required Is speciallxed activity. "Mere remarks Dr Allen, "fiirnisht's training for municipal 'admiiiislra-Jion. In fact, the office-holder thus trained, K like-iy t0 present an oxnnipNi filter to avoid HIBU io follo may, be cured only by training a class when aW of these classes will con- rlbutc their representatives to the ublic. service and hold ihomselven on or ed hi rfoing GO. Validity of Marriage (Winnipeg Free Press.) The discussion of the tie tomere de- cree as it tho ''rights of Can- dear, no. Of course not whaL f dear, I only nought one- ticke for myself. .Nothing Else to Do City suppose yoi: faruet have'-.111 easy vime of it in winter Farnjer-jOh, yes; we la> adian has Veen resumed with ,.ni in th' forenoon, ai a beat whiph bespeaks lively times in [knocks off fer th' day by S o'clock-i the near future. onferring with many leading men. of men io higher adinhiiEtra'tivc atau- .haa -hopii convinced llml i-ralnod liien In government and publlr noncerns arc netTMiliPB.I In municipal affairs professional IIIIIHI mkn Ihe plr.c .of tlip amn-tfur. This is the nend of ilai'du. We heed- whose training will enable them in organize and nd- minister riiunhriiml -In harmony with new and standerds. limber thai In selecting men for. If His Alliai-in Icglnlatura rarrles nini'lpnl roiincll they ivlll niiciid: mil UIR onlllneil In the inunlliH nimiillng .rtnir luaiiRy. from ihi> ilii-uiin the aM.slon IIII-M win, It shonlil traiisht with KI-UH! LEATHER TO BURN 4, AND LEATHER BURNT You should not mfos neolng our fine Xmas Display of Hnrnt Leather Goods. BIGGER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE Cushion Covers, Table Clovers, Book Covers, Photograph and Card Alhuma, Pipe and Tie Hacks, Photo Krameff, HRRS Wal- lets iN'ecktle and Handkerchief Polders, Needle Cases, etc., otc. lluy early while line l them for you till Xnias. complete ami If ymt we will hccti The Red Cross Book Co. LJmiled PHONE T- H. M.CHEADV, A Sporting Hour "Sporileigh is to be married today at high noon." "That's an appropriate hour." "He's taking R 12 to 1 Uostoh Transcript. An Actual Fact 'this report of a lady slip- Ping on the sidewalk' 1 notice you use ihe expression, "Her face fell -sudden- ly." sir. It's literally true. Her face fell with the rest of Transcript. Double Purpose "Those Latin races use a yrcat, many gestures when they talk.1" "Yes." replied the busy man; and it's a mighty''good idea. U enables you to take your, physical cu'iture right along-with your ordinary exer- Washington Star. A Wrong Guess ''The new :idea in business is hon- esty, openness, said Alton B. Parker at-a'diilneT at used conceal out- poor, imiianKary imbing, "and work it Wo expose It now, and it is altogether sound, wholesome and satisfactory. Well, business is liku that. "When I think of sonic Of the (ricks that used 'fo.obtain in reputable busi- ness firms T-am-reminded of the sea- side auctioneer, "This scoundrel once-held up piece and said: tho date of this piece of money, friend Make'a "guess and a, small purchase, ami ma correct guess takes the coin." "So everybody hi. the. (irowd guess- ed; everybody 'bought, some worthless rubbish, and the dealer netted a huge profit. Then, at the end, hij looked at the ?io gold'niece, hejd it up and said: for it! "Who gUMBfid 'Me! .Me! cried every man jack in the shop. "The dealer smiled. 'Then you guessed he said, slipping the coin Into his pocket. "The daic is Star. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES Specially chartered, the magnificent one class cabin S. S. "SCOTIAN" Sailing December 9th FROM HALIFAX, N.S. Second Class Calajn Rates upwards Third Class Special Tourist Car, connecting with this steamer will leave Calgary December 4th For tickets and all information, apply to s. Acient C. P. R. J. (.'AJM'MK, General Aflent, 210 Por.taflc Av ;