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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta in 4 1 PageS CHE LETHBRIBteE DAILY HERALD Friday, December 2.1910, WINSTON CHURCfttLL, FIGHTING DEBATER In short, snaro .ariH- decisive iim-lies ahead, ituthe United Ii Kingdom, mere is man to whom Mess men of -Munchester and Dundee and, lite; instinctive- a .lead." Alone. hisv patty T the one niah recall -the The' accident occurred shortly in the morning, and; Hughes.. His. cornpan.-. 6ns camp, andj hini with all possible speed fcy to Cardaton. -if'- distance of miles. The journey; .took as, the. suffering, of .the made faster .progress im-. practicable. ine- Si, Paul TO CHICAGO From ALBERTA, to Ont., and return 56.60 Toronto; return.. .'56.60 Montreal, Quer? and Quebec, Que., and. 61.6U 66.50 On arrival at Cardsfon Hughes' and'move the legislative {chin-cry of-the State. He as a; prophet1! 1 of far-reaching: abroach-jHe can heard all day long Before a i es national problems' with tramping his bedroom an-1 and' who knows that -the'; emphasizing his .main points on the {present is; but--a .Jtot .between ,theituriliture' Jast as Heni-v..Grattan and j past- and- the future.. To Him. La. other great orators the grand style jeraiism 'is riot'-a partv, -bat jWere days gone by. But JTo ,11121 politics iis. no sordid, market Ike -ia ail7ays readjr and'prompt in der 1 the blatant .bur lo the.! {sphere: or national acrivity---in which .jHQTa5e uk j human; destiny is- fashioned- "on- ;faat Churchill is up -clanging anvil' of party, conflict. 'Wll! be "llVl i Ghoseu for the of the Dec. -Standing.Goin mittees 'Commons met ".this naorning. 'aifi. .orsanized fb'r the" ses- be for the Opposi-' Oliver Hound St. Hear this prophet %s he un- the rislonf oE" human progress 1 as "he sees it unt'olded by the construc- of-Liberal "We- Relieve, the title deeds -of -pro- His halting-, stammering- prefat- ory sentences soon "trar like thrasis, and the scintillalions of a genius which cannot Ibe repressed and -which flashes more brightly, la' the "face of- obstruction.- Unlike Ms jgress stiH-rest in the" -hands' of the he is too--wise on :Ms .Liberal'-party. We -believe that in pro- natural for.. success, "and works jmoting the-cause-of temperance-or 7 trjiiig to our "sys- 1tern of education, in developing teca- aid scientific instructioa, and; I giving -opportunities ly. those -of Jast. They. aiwi Canals, Hugh" G.uth- rier -Banldng'rand Public burton: Marine Fisheries; J. H.- Slaelairr Private.-. A. -'.EtiiiBr; Standing. 3Iin- at Omdurman, when he... charged 'tnroush. the Dervish ambush the DON'T'-aiOSS THE 25 p. c, DISCOUNT in Force on All of Swell Stock of :.0iothtbg, ings and Furs gallant 21st .and in South people'-to obtain continuous- careers, Africa, when neTf ought, 'rifle m.hand, to a finish .when, the Boers wrecked in-'r doing to mitigate' the of old. age, in- opening the more -.liridely to the enterprise the. to adjust tax- the. armored.. train.; Great Crime "been .'-his ;atian'.so-that the burden falls-more youth.'and lend-age'to and. more on. unearned -increment and! fa matured wisdom that-'he''affects and less -upon the earnings of modification of ;the Gladstone collar, weekly believe in proceed- aid appeared- at- heart of year-after dressed man at. the and wearing .frock "Jcoat of the type tq he! seen.where frock coats ig known noti'f It has" been" "tmlr said riculture, Malcolina" S'.''SchelL At the meeting_qf_the. counts committee orders .were made for production of paper's In cbrin-ectidn vfith thirty--sis; .transactions; Opposition; prpposejjo' investigate.- _rrhey mclude a: payment-of to-Yickersj; Sons for the gov- ernment steamer -Earl Gr.ey. of most "will do SC Sown reaching, here at 10.50 yesterday morning. ".Hughes was tak- en ;.frQSi .the, train to. Gait Hospital, where -his .wounds are receiving, .the treatment.' Tlie of 'the -accident and 4ar--j escape from -ifatiality-j together tl of unnerved the .reuTamder 'Of the party, and they -wBi .inaiflge.-in no .fur- tiien hunUng this-sea'soa. redericton, N: B., and return 75.50 Halifax, N. S., and return, S0.05 proportionate excursion ; apply to -other- points-.-in Ontario, New Ticketson- .sale-December 1st to 31st, 1910; return date, of sale. Trains Built of Steel regiasaing excursion etc., address" 423 Riverside Ave." SPOKANE, WASH: NINETY-EIGHT DM- Rl.nn (Wellington.'' iwp" 'seats, 'being Hands A'' "Divisions; v (Sudburr two, seats, 'oeing- Kingston and Kim- seats 516 IffieV to "lie unco'ntested as ioilows Manor, Birmingham', four seats; "being the Bprdesley. and West ;Bfrdg'er. Dov- Liverpool, (Everton Ox- ford., University, Berks, Division Sylsbury 'Bucks, two' Wycombe (-pertritK- Dor- se't, -'two being ....J AndpYer; Kar.jSain-; -s2vew .fqrsist Kcr.t, Easty -YprJrsMre; tivp seats, 1 Divisions1; .Andrews .'Universi- ties, one Glasgow and Aberdeen Wigtownshire. -Liberal .Morgeth, South ..Shields, Cornw-all, CSfc. Division) Durham, (Mid five Shiplej% Sewerb'y, Barns- and '.Holmfirjh; Carmar- shire, being-, -north and Caithnesshire, Clacionan, kin-'; ross, Elgin, Nairn, 'Kincaraiheshire, Lanarfesiurc; .-fcwq: south- di-' visions; Orkney.iand Boss, Cromarty. -v. KILLED" BY, FALL Kasby, By a fall oh an icy sideyrailx, Andrew" Oyergard was! kiUed, Injttries'.'of such a nature tn'at Ma demise -cccurrsd In a local hospital: The hurts .were in- ternal, Overgard falling ;on his. The victim of the 'accident was well Known the' county, having been a residient of Rugby "for many years. j session a means.of raising the level' of e-in Britain -to a decent -minimum I] standard..where all' jportunity :or, enjoying' the Jargeness of the, beauty and of the' excitement of human life.. We be- f MUST USE THE PRUNING KNIFE Frasicient Calls Upon Head's of parcments to Cut Down Es-, ti mates De- EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGED Man.y" Judge afternoon, F. Strong an implement agent at OaK was charged with, embezzle- The Massey-Harrls :omplaint. of him that his school was the "barrack room, and--Ms university the -battle- Ifel-d. has- in neve that; by working or I cbntineiils of mad joys Jet me rather persevefingly, a-jof frenzied war in yec at-v'-' long these lines which, hare been jjjundee ilie spbke- of- war as "a DTI" marlsied out for us'-by the great men {ness in 'whiciC v'h'oever 'wins, bo who .have Jived in .the.past, we shall sides lose." Dec. urgent demands of the president. succeed in. doing something for our- selves, for our-own generation, in the j world m which we -live. -We are Ue Has, a sincere affection for his Tory opponent, Hugh the leader of the High Church--' I we shall do-much more-for the child- 'Uen in and speaks of him ren who come after us, and who, when jjas "one who dwells within the palace their turn -comes, will look- bacir-tolof the King, while I-stand -without the the heads .of -departments had already '.SE ui in r. 'i'he president today, however, pointed oat a nan her- or places where iae de- ciares the pruning knife -be used to -advantage. .Kepresentative Alexander, of New smoother, a less stony and a less adverse road." Here was tbe true prophet with the hearing ear and seeing eye, who heard the groaning of the people'- in the soc- ial bondage.of Egypt, and saw ahead JaGon '-to revealed religion, is a pro- phet of the outer court. Hi's father, !Lord; Randolph Churchill, WHS one of j the earliest .of Tory ,demo- j :ctacy. -.Winston Churchill, more ;any of his colleagues, has fire and and the oiie that brings the greatest to both giver and receiver: is to be found n f the house commit- land where the veto' of tee OD rivers and harbors, and .Gen- eral Bisfcy, chief of the engineers of iy. were Jterence. 1 3 hereditary Peers would no longer ob- struct the niarch. of human progress. .If he- has staying powers, if those brilliant gifts do not imrn .up the Lster, Mr. Alexander said the riv- ers and-harbors Dill to -be reported to congress would carry approsim'alely "This talk about broadening, the basis of taxation which you hear on every side means one thing, and. one in appropriations, and auth -oroations in accord with the- means makan made-public by the chief of more." thejJn one sentence he disposed., of ilr.jjearthly if the latent in- Austen Chamberlain's .plea for ..thejJstincts of the dashing, reckless-Chur- broadening of the 'basis of. .taxation. jicMlls do .not-.weaken the common people, Winston Churchiil yet -bring the race'in to the prom-( land towards, which he is SVQT S the poor 'beckoning 'them. Future of Liberalism t Churchill, at any rate, has no fear; of the future regarding Laberalism. j him it enshrines "the title deeds j ,of human progress." "As long round Liberalism will have its part to .beneficent, Nothing bring such an unceasing roiind of pleasure, and every time pours flood of soul-stirritig melody in a reproduction of the a wodd-renowned singer, the Ipyely melody of .an instrumental selection, or thfe Vinirthrprovokirig merriment ;of a music hall star, its ich-oias to owners will rise up and eatlvthe giver blessed. It is the sound reproducing instrument brought to the highest pitch of perfection. Gives the Best-light at Any Price "When you pay more than the Rayo r price for a lamp, you are paying for extra fllfif-rflnnttt aHH tA l-fiA rr-rinlirrr for the for the years that are to come." decorations thaVcannot add to die qaaiity.. f.' A Real worker 6f the light. You can't pay-for As Home Secretary he has gone in- ligh't, because there" is-none. An oil light the ja'lls and seen-for himself, the has the least effect on the human eye, and j derao3'alJzills effects of modern prison the Rayo Lamp Is the best oil lamp made, metilocls> and endeavored to improve fhoiTCrh In-W-in nai -cNrt.TCT though low in price. You can pay or for sbmeroiher lamp, and although you get.a more costly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unfiickering light of the low- priced Rayo. Has a strong, durable shade-holdsr. This sea- burner adds to and appearance. ;jViade or solid brass, nickeled, aad easily.polishsd. Once a Rayo Always One iyours, write jar atjcrfstive resiagtncy The Imperial Oil Company the moral outlook of these wrecks ol l-coviiization. j His. speeches at, the. last, general j elections still point the way of Liberal j progress and Liberals, on tiie evre of {.the struggle, in vain, to K.this young Rupert debate, who. with I tne masterful genius of the first Marl- j-borough know? the weak points in the j enemy's defences, and" with the aiood of Dukes in- his veins, can feel of democracy with unerring .and interpret thej '.will of Wift .people wirh conspicuous' I i P-. L. C. Sizes, styles and prkes up) to sail all purses. Over 3000 selectioai io ctoose from. np Easy tj Double-jided records art for the two. Sample by mail ea receipt tf prke and lOc. for postage. CJ Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and know what this wonderfil entertaiaer means to you. fl Be sure to hear the VICTROLA. MONTREAL Remember this mmrh Dealers everywhere ;