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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Siif utility, 2, HHI. 'THK LKTHBK niton HKKAI.M faze (f A SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge UNIONIST'S ALL LEFT THE HOUSE Just in Passing By "Weary'' Now, my vK'fir Mr, .KiUuiJiiyer, junt lot. me give you a llb'.hf tip on soinu Remarkable Scene in the British Parliament Over Insurance Bill London, Dee. was a re- markublo scene In tho IJouso of Com- DIOI.B when the 8overU..i0iU allied InU-., ous. from any lioilButopa, but iiovurtlieloHs tho tact city, who declare llioir Intout Ion of vothiK "nay" on tins money bylniv on the off chance 'iliaI our old college chum will top -the money in the fortli- the gitlllotln-3 to 170 nmomlinontu In the roport singe of (lie Iiifniriitice hHl. Andrew fionar Law, load of UKS Opposition, heatedly accused the miii- Istora of (ictiny; In obedience tu ItcdinonliGB In order to clear the road "Now tho of this particular piece of legislation means prowL'SH Jn ttumhiK letters, iind it would bo the of buii It down on any aucli itsp cxma Ipets om yb Ihe example set. Ijy the Unionist gov- yoii can pass it along to your friends ad inrini'Uun. Such hems ihe ease, the difficultv is removed, so vote for excitement was intense, and j bv1aw-lwlcc., if ilie members faced the proppecls of 81T''el LOOK THIS UP Lots 38-39, Block 129, each Easy terms R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND C., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 division on each juiifliidnieir'. when 01 i you can. I he Speaker patting 'the first amend- J nent, tho entire Opposition aros-a ami Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK imagine what tin- people on train the cham-jU'e cold outside would Iliiuk if Leth- her pursued Ijy derisive and hystor-i hrlilso, tho. Queen Ci.'y of ibo West, ical cheers. The entire amend- were to lilt progress u slap on the ments were rejected, ami in only, a fee like that. Why. we'll look like siiiflo fuse was the division dial- j ihirteen cents In nlnsE'.-d money, and lenced by -the The amend- belie our fair fa mo as a city of boost- menls introduced by the government ers. No, gentle reader, don't spoil a were adopted. Sood Christmas dinner will. Unit done this concluded part one a' the bill. Tim remaining parts will lie guillotin- ed tomorrow. Oyei< O-1'07-1 Monday a'- iernooli, at. two o'clock, at Ihe city ihall in the cl'ly of I.cllilmilsc. tho GREAT 'BRITAIN WON'T j jiisto'l will'be fired and the greatest HELP MR. contest ever yet held a- round these diggings will ho on. The London, .Nov. British govr Hralid nrize will be a seat at the head eminent is in communication OI- ami the iille of Mayor with tile Russian government, with a i'0r 3115 days ronlimiously. view to a speedy settlement of Ihe'j.. mPjmS as much abuse as 1'ersian dilficully. Sir Edward Grey, Ihe Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in reply to a question in the House of Commons this af'.'er- noon, informed .1. C. Wedgewood, Lib- eral member for Newcastle on .T, that there lias been no.suggestion or i Iler. law allows, and a little on the side. Three starters will away for the hig purse, ami already the near P. 0. Box 4-15 Farm Lands and Loans. The Cascaden Land Co. 10, MACDONALD BLOCK., Nov. 30, 1911 Phone 1068 City nd Incuranct Air. Prosniii Investor, f, Anywhere. Caiinda or U. S. .Drill' Sir: As vou wrote us nt several times requesting us to notify you in case ran across anv good bargains in farm lands, we now beg to inform you thai we have' the .lUUUKST WXA.I' on flie inarkel to offer you; and we Feel that; if you take advantage of iliis you can easily your money in a few months. This is what we have to offer you: 480 acres of the best land that lies ten miles from Stirling in Township seven. Kaiige eight. I.'nrt of this is level and part slightly rolling; thq soil is rich dark loani; HIM! there is no' stone to speak, of. The land ad- joining is held nt over 820.00 per acre at the jiresent lime. This land is unimproved, but at the price given you a profit: of 100 per cent, can be realized. If vou are in a position to handle this nt once we can hold this for yon, lint this land must be sold without delay. The price, by our last instructions is, per acre. One-half of this amount to be cash, and'balance on .terms to suit you. WHAT" BETTER HARM A IX than this could you ask for; it is like giving yon a couple of thousand dollars. Let us hear from you by return mail, if yon wish to gel; in on this. Yours to give satisfaction, The Cascaden Land Co. Diet. C. Per T. K, Cnscrulen. sports are laying otlds MI the will- Splendid Building Lots in blocks 161. 162. Price ea. Easy terms North LetKbridge Realty Co. HOUSES TO RENT. INSURANCE. MONEY TO LOAN7 On Improved Farm Lands and City Property acre lot No. IBS Morningside. cash; balance fi and 12 months. t 3 lots In Block L., cash; 4 and S months. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1385. City Property. Angus Shantz Rentals. ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. Insurance. Henderson (Park, each 0 ISth Street, in Block L. Terms. S 16th Street, In Block V. Terms. Bach 30 ACRES IRRIGATED 2 miles from Westmin- ster Rd.; ripe to subdivide into 5 iicre tracts; per acre HOUSE IN DUFF storey, new frame house; I'O x 37; corner lo.t 45 ft. frontage; price 211 miles southeast "Of Lethbridge, all broke and fenced; no buildings; per acre, only Tire touts.are working the In-j- joim American and in Information .gag, and advise bet-' support of Jlorgnn Sinister, trens-1 on sure thins ..-oposrtions M be- iiroi-eeneral of Sir Edward the dark horse. Hco. Jl., liowev- went on -to that while it did not takes the pole, and has been .mention Mr. Shusier's good In tail- working out in fine form. Ihe old 'dons the government could not sup- hoss knows, the game all the way port bis appointments of British.sub-! down the Una, and (he speed artisv jects of northern Persia, as this was that kicks dust Inuhls. eyes has Dan regarded as a possible means of in-'l'aicli .crowded .off the circuit: .lust traducing foreign Influence, and give stick around ami watch the old boy rise to political trouble. It was also sift. See him down the back calculated to disturb 'tlio basis of i.ha.; E'lvelch, and canter under ihe wire Anglo-Russian agreement, which both j with one more to his string. It sure is going to be -some race. We j wise elector will work lo palni off the job on the men. Vote fur the whole ticket, and not for one. It's tlio fair, horse sense way, and the sooner the city charter is amended compelling a straight vote, -the belter. The way it is now, any old rummy can. get elected it lie can buy off enough of his rummy friends to turn the trick. want to remain undis- turbed. Barons Methodists will celebrate anniversary services on Monday next, and hold a chicken pie supper on Mon- day niglit. Harons young men are talking skat- ing rink, and it will be no open air affair. forgot the other starter, lie was dis- tanced. SNAP I have Lo offer for vi few days only, 33 lots in Queen Victoria Park, for the low price of 537n each. Some of these lots- are on Westmin- ster ;Road, and others facing Victoria Park. Terms will be given. W.R. DOBBIN Agent for Avery Gas Steam Plowing Engines. Did you ever in all your life see such a joke as this platform joke tliey are nnlting up on us this year'.' K. -lo laugh. A notion enters! ihe cran- ium of some public'niitriteil citizen, and he straighlivay goes forth and Imllils for himself a platform. Nine times'but. of ten it's nothing more than what the old council will decide upon before ihey lay down their ard- uous duties. AVhy don't they spring something new. Of course, they'll work for a subway, and a street rail- way, anil paying, anil all the rest of ihe necessities of I in a growing city. -If they don't tliey ought to canned. So, IIr. Office-seeker, do break away from the old grind and give us something new. Platforms arc like New Year resolutions, any- thins to break when they liave done duty in fooling 'the poor unsuspecting. It i-s a genuine pleasure io inform you, dear reader, that. Shorty ha'j considered tlio error a! his after contemplating glorious freedom for a few short days, consented ra- II.TU to Hie fold. Xor did he return empty-hamhMl. Instead, he brought Alderman Bill with him. and now they are shaking hands wllh would be voters. CHINESE ARTISTS PUZZLE TO They Are Really Great, but Difficult for Europeans to Understand I By George A. Ddrsey, Ph.D., LL.D.. ......In Chicago Chihli Province, Chirin, ifcJepi. average American h-3 have Mark '.leinut for Italian masiors. he knows [their names, in a way has them grad- ied according 'io merit. Ho is not. un- willing lo pretend to something lot Greak arl. Hut how ninny know ihe name ,of a artist, much -less that China has produced artists, own masters, as Europe has to pre-Raphiielites. .says "alone of the west perhaps 1-as something of the noble simplicity of Chinese conception, the subtlety, of their color schemes, and the intensity with which they aim nt the most di- rect and telling expression of their It its significant that, the (levelop- jment of art in the same S is true in general of her literature and j o-tlier phases of her national liCa- shews a certain unity from beginning irst a has never gotten 'entirely away from graphic arl. To put li another way, to Chinese characters one must be an artist. a certain unity from begini i more familiar wllh the art of T artist flr. j .Sioux Indian tluui with ChmoHo art. i rank beside die greatest jl'Juroue has given na? It. IK nol easy to aceolint for this, j Writing and Painting One Art The Chinese themselves are con- scious of this inseparable bond'be.-; We may as well tell you -ihu'- [shorty lintetl-like Sam 11111 r to do it. -'hut the sight of nothing but 1 hood in the "field got too strong for his nerves. Then, lop, H-a cpuWn't ;A great many Americans have n speak {in the fourteenth century. withstand HH; aotilHrl" pleadings of ,ide Kicker, Charley. So he came tween writing and jiainting. finely expressed by Sung Lien, who edited a history of the Yuan dynasty back, contrary io the warning of pocv old Jeff. Here's hoping Ho cones ing acillialntlincfi with Japanese an: 'they can tell whether a thing is or is not Japanese: a -few can name a Jan- junese artist or two. Though they may IKtle of Jaiianesc art, they are G.R.DANIEL T.B.DUNHAM S.S.DUNHAM WM. INGRAM, Prts. V. Pres. Secy. Mgr. Ltd. The Alberta Securities Lots 33, 34, Block 3S, near station. Terms. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHBRIDGE. LOOK INTO THIS V Lots 27 to 30, both Inclusive, in Block 311; lituntod on Coulls street between Dufferin and liedpath, for 514.000.00. cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 rnonthl. A. E. IVES Stafford Block. Office Phone 738. Harry Hodglira, liroBfrieni of the Bishop's Collogo, T.cnnoxvillo Jiithrinos GonocrvftUve AsaoclaLlon', JQnolxic. lias boon given a rlcrkfllilp In (lie Cus- toms house. Hishop Clark, of Niagiira, will bo Mrs. Lilly OUnwn, a wlilou- of tin In- tlian Is dea'.l nenr Mnniwnhl, aged 110. Mor Inmbaiul died 50 yours flven Hie D.C.L. dogree by his Alma ago. 2 Lots Block 42 Coutts Street each Terms See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Off. Alexandra Hotel Snme people think they own tlie earth, and tbe sun, moon and stars thrown in, with a mortgage on the cli- mate. Some of those people live In North La'llhridfie. too, sorry to say. They want two members out of six on Ilia city council. Deal II, if you can. for pure, unadulterated gall. They Have an assessment of approximately one-million. The total assessment for straight -taxes is -a shad'C over nine million. Which simply means that, they pay one-ninth of the taxes, but all for is one-tliml of Ihe representation. Knd-scai hogs are meek, wee boys when stacked up a- longside tlint conglomeration of nerve willing to respect" it. Because so NOMINATION DAY IN WINNIPEG uiany cranks tall; about it, there must be something in it. they think. Probably not one American' In a ;.'housaml ever saw a real Chinese painting. Perhaps not. two in a tiion- Uand are aware that China was great in artists when the Japanese were in -irss barbarians; that for her art religion, [themselves knew not how to an or Shili Huang, the reputed Inventor or and Tsung Chieh, min- ister of the, famous Yellow Emperor of Chinese mythology, he declares Unit they were both Inspired, one lib venting writing, the other "Writing ami painting are not nrale arts.-.Their origin one arid the same. When heaven and were lirat separated, air things -were, produced, each with its own color .and shape, but in'confusion for want iof names. Even heaven and earth style ino'w only In old paintings and prints. unusually IUIB ire in