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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD jg V lg. SJyV X >y -f. ,i i In Calgary. frofit MflSf didn't, arid your reasons were, '.'because you .Wouldn't believe "there; was such future, 'ahead of these places." 't .give- it to biit V 1M PINCHEJcIfY in double it. eisedoyour you your bwri judgment, inves and the Xmas present of a ll iri jisession of a -low rate ofihterest. Make your wi -So pne quartg. Jalahbe; :three Priceof lots only cot i nn iOuTliARD Bow Island News T tetsi n-sfvi.' ARE OUT OF A JOB 4: ki, Kegina, Dec. -T Senatorial Elections in United Spates '.Them Washington, -Dec. million-5 alre United States Senators will lay aside tiieir logas'at of the coming session of Congas. In the new .will be.-mias- tlie roll callc-Me namesf'af.iifj senators who Bow "Island, Nov. uiiion Christmas tree Trill "be -held at >the Presbyterian'church and the- rehears- _ als are already in lull swing-. i J. Bradley, formerly of Toronto, -a bakery and-confectJipn- efy-'-store, in.the building depot, aiid jjxpeeis to add-a- 'lunck counter in. future. The funeral of the >ix.-year-old 'daughter of- -Mr..; and .Mrs! QJ "WHO dlCCi 1'ilCil ;Hat Hospital on Tuesday j f-hicagp.. Dec. Britain, and Canada in regard to the L n -H" Wl II tn ITA i mphTmrlc at -the- Presbyterian Steel TVorkmeii PLANS FOR CELEBRATION Boston, 3fass, Ameri- can Peace Society, gave; toj the press today-.a collectionfof ceived by it from-publicists :and cators United.'States, Great EDMON1M STO Somev time ago an article: Fifty-eighi in .die' cA StfSn ''Pn M T? 4 -rC1 .Yanoe prolonged. doad- ,busii.in.jJs'' 1 cd by the various tween panies of ihe United since i.he war of 1812. lhe pt Ind. This'is; "iJohn W. Foster, f-ormer-lv secretary tn r.P3rf thP ettlCt that -v. in- the present are the to read the saifrroriespondfeUcrih- 11 j- bie, tne sn-iall was -inserted vtsinud} iiri place of a; fast A ifo intention of _ ____ _ A business jneeting, of the score ".'of .concrete houses in the west- >'as noticed ire piauV for "all modern f. R. Impress.'-boats. "As tending to, show the falseness of" this accusation; 'a letter has received local A. Thorold men of H. M. S. -LQ.L '-Su. Yjftg-. held Thursday, Nov. "atf ern' part of ind tnat'tire' pi SHORT-ROAD WILL I -I-SHORTEN TRANSCONTINENTALj.bers Dec: miss- -lose a" of the inem- ducats have came; from the big'cor-'jofir.s'ta'te, and Prof. JpTm Bassctt 'of -Columbia university pro- architect made a the celebration be consunv permit in behalf of a treaty of arbi- intends to -erect a the United States a'nd'iGrsat .Britain. Fry, ciiairman of the British; (.dejegation to the second of that j the p'fc'W.'dc'nt'-roi disarmament on the great be extended as ,wel! cahot -while rTOoyegC the Canada -Gulf, ias issued a .circular "-an- Uig tlie compieiion of' the J.. the j caused it to be k'rfbwn disrespectfully circles as "Millionaire' t is .true, that -ar-'fsala'xy o seven-figure and a few "eight-figure but mad rail- some Terminal night', and enjoyed. (Jeorgc Bruce made to the Hat Tuesday who has been "'tabor and here; said a steel cor 'we erected sixty as houses for foreign i Lord families and-plac- den.1- of one." A 'year later gross at from New York''f-hc hist talciaV-the tubs. mt-nt; nn the lal'es--'" Pt-nwiih, prc-si- r tKe'-internationa'L peace con- peace advises thac disarma- -aboard -Empress of. Ireland. Mr. Biter states' that lie-'was j advised not io journey "'on "the f I press, -being told that the 'food ll'- scant and none He travell-! ed on'the" Empress, a third class-passag-elrlaiiarstates that! he was surprised !to% find- cabins: good, well cPoKed and varied "each day. 'The din- ing- room was 'large the .employees capable" line smpiving enjoyment'to tlie "fopnY well fiirnished and -equipped, with: ar.'-piano. provided means of enjoyment for" Jadics. Thofiisual a. large! As an the fact thp removal of customs houses alonV j T_ _ j. -_ j- _ _ ._ ItlJ j-ltJ followed by of deck- was well for if" the protection Action of .ihe road the-road- -'corn1 oberai ions this week. The rlavio on the" Inter-j newcomers, Montana, a ,-dis-j With the passin ajad runs from St. Flavi palonlal Railway f0 Mo m their ranks by the disappearin, quintet will not b.e: filled' by "as manj of as great prosperity among the .i ;ujci-j T, n.u mt; prtssiuji of Aldrich flibode of miles, and .through" Hale, (Mainelv i settled part of the Gaspe 'Pcnin-1 Depew. (New it is said lhatjSeor.G (W. will disappear route will shprteij time from the perspnal the nltra-con- LlVerpobl' bv; thirty hours close! auc Ixm corporation custom -of thf- seu- .leaders and greatly changed views orr public affairs. to Rochester, 'Minn., on Carl EidcVhiqardiwI.-- the -train for Hat Mrs. return with her parents a month's visit at Pincher Qmsfl-g', W. R. Martin, for the C.P.R., for ,the purpose iiistahcef'was 'the bathtub the American-Canadian border to re the export ity last; S rahgoments' for the na- gas "-om ticallv the franchise. large bride .jr.fi fices, -warehouses, ed north of Hoaglin-'s :U' Miss--McKenzie is ;in, Miss'Met a Fairburn. j Martin. Henry Harrington was buried at the slana cem-etcry, Tuesday afternoon. Services'were held, at- the Presbyteri- an church. .TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS" B- Grough', Black Hand letter, Wellington Holmes caught a -wolf a .trap near -hi Oirt-. ielfast Ginger Ale Club Soda Recommended Ky and insffcutions as a-meanfrbt -pto- i'''" 'University suggested publicaljou of a centennial edition bf- the selection by the leading1 Canadian uni- versities of orators for the celcbra- tioii., The Hon. R. L. Borden, ?J.P., lead- er of: the .Conservative parlv in (.'an- afla, favpre setting apart-a day of j'j thanksgiving, witli the ringing of bolls ,j an-fl the. observance of the annivers- ary in thn churches of the empire and the republic. Mr. Borden also believ- es in erecting a permanent memorial in each country. Approval of ihe celebration, but without suggestions as to its' pro- gram, is given by ex-Secretary State Rlihu Root, who presumes that avc. been cnts in Montreal: I SV of this city of small Me said that 1 B-i on every of- Scotia-, IMPROVING Herb erf--wfio 'is ngiii hip has ocen TUo spinal and other considered serious. stops cores luo (hrout anrJ for Slater Shoes. to Eureka ;