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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTI? LETTYimiBGi; DAILY HERALD Saturdny. 2, 101 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 W. A. Director T: W. M.inasing Editor JOHN Manager Publllhed by The Lctlibridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every Itwful evening at Us office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. PHONE: PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts 1252 ..Sic. Editorial, Reportorial, and News 1224 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION .1 year delivered 1 year, by mall fi months delivered ji'.OO j :t months delivered 51.UO j by 1 mouth delivered 35c.. 1 month, by mull Addresses changed as often as doFhvd, but both new and old ad-. drews must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every U'ednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summary of the of the local and district I year in advance i I.JO 3 jn iidvanco ...50c. 0 months in advance 75c J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug A- lore, Robert- sou A-' Co.. Jackson it Cope. I'L'oplo's Co., li.W. HtimUioti. Flnciicr .1. Mitchell. HcCrtM. Bros. Drug it Hook Co. Fernie. B. Heal. Medicine Nortliam Cranbrook. B. Atcliinson. I.. Reinocka. Diamond City Drug i'o. Vancouver. B. C. World NVws Co. Brown L'liuiii St. Spokans-Tho .Inniieson News Co.. Kivursido Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Trains OUR POINT OF VIEW Hooet The aUlci'iiianle line-up Is' growing. Don't fowl (lie forward move for Von standard, wouldn't it bo fine if M'r. rtounussaCould lot Mr. Hor: ricn just whai Canada can do in tht! matter of assistance. A Repainted Picture TilK CKKK.MOXV niiicb has been Tenth makes a patbetie picture. The place in he Vaticun [oniy innovution in this mediaeval eau- ioylis like liie of a vas is the presence of the eardinuls Si'Par picture. It was one fi'oni the World. But thouyii lone profpsston o" symbolic srandeur i the old order Iia-s the new" lo '.vlik'h the tradiiions of Koinan j spirh jjrevaiis. t'lntreh yave an importance and a sol- j H is Ilie spirit o-f modern peace and enmity.. But there was a certain tolerance which has come to men and in it. in it appeared tis an j churches through the evolution of civ- empty echo of the power jiHxation. livery Ciiristhui creed has wieldetl by the. Sacred College. Kfogsia bvoad-niindeil respect. No longer do and emperors were Ijiii pawns In its writers of the Protestant- with digppnsation, and now the Vatican i possibly two- exceptions, exhibit uny marka iis circumscribed doimiln. But i intolerance of (.lie Church of Rome. though the temporal powei- inis van- 1 The world 3ms learnt 'that tbe-re are ished all that makes for outward j good men in every faith. The pag- show abides. .The consistory, with its U'iuit of the Romish Church, if we j J'obed cardinals, the princes of the may so express it, is a Lonnecting link Church, the jewelled Cross, nnd the with the, [last, and serves ro keep in j quaintly uniformed S The dove uf pence is in seclusion u tho Hit .sue temple liatcliiuir out "''hove is a t-andency among a lot of time HVW ideas for 'Androw Cariifgif? who wro carried away by ind President Taff. fn the im-an-; enthusiasm, -to imagim- the Lib- vhrle Maiichus are butehc-v'titf Moti- jcrals nre sere over defeat because ths otians, Italians me opposition at Ottawa, are real live urkK, and Nick's forced arc Thy Liberals aren't sore. Thpy arching on Teheran. aggressive. The only soreness dls- is the "premier who seems Hussia has moro lerrkory iiow than hot under collar o" an average govtjnm well. It would ho n siiainr-; once a day. to let grasping ;i slirej of Persia to add to the burden uf ihc The British I'nionisi party, its a world's lion-progressive xane. j means of showing resentment to the i closure, walked on! of the Mouse of -Mr. Si-ftim led in the applause when jt'oimiions in u body. Boimr Law ap- four iww ('onservativy members pimmfiy believes in spectacular de-. introdured in the LeKisIi.ture. iinonsti'iUions us a means, of nt tract- .Messrs. Micboner and Hoadley did thpf'ins public attention. lie is r.ppro- anil the premier didn't' printing- gu-ffragetles' tactics. ANNOUNCEMENT On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin andxCrabb Sts. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities Qthers iss guard, make jntiml ibat religious sentiment which Imposing setting. The siiiging of u-ervafiing 'ihe human soul, be'ipod to the Sistino choir, followed by ihe pro-1 give a modfrn cession of priests anil monks in white, 'tal pairnitigs Wfirk and brown, gives a soleinimy to iceived. To s civilixation ilie imiuor- Demanding the Price (Calvary Albertun.) The of Jtriiish Co urn bin are asking for an increase duty on fruir, whie-li very inieree' ing news all eater? of fruit on tli vh ifh nibolii- its arti-ois con- B. C. stood by tho part. religion, in a His scene. Amidsi all ibis brilliancy, measure, are due the imtster- t-he white clad flgnixj of Tins the ineees of the past. T The Growing Evils of High Protection HOSE whox preach the gospel of hv''ore protection is in vogue, and can and cl-ecied seven high tariff men. Expert Mathematician: (Stratford Beacon.) The Toronto tube promoters figure on a cost o-f and a vevcnia of The 17 coins Is pro bably 10 show how exactly it is cal i many practical lessons as (o its i others. Xotuwithstanding. tho sijtiis bsin? directly against the inieresis (of the desire for high protection are Run for the Dictionary of ihe In countries where j becoming more and more evident, and i (Toronto Olohe.) tho ifj carried on one sees-certain sections nro becoming more The Oltawa Cltixew. tlic leading muny o! tiie which! and more anxious to exploit the com-j Conservative orqan at the capital, il is jmnnity for their own particular bene-Jsays; "Sir shows only GcTinany is in a turmoil-over ihe i Ift- and high j too plainly each time he wiik: cost of the necessaries of life, j IH'otc-c-tiou seem to hand in hand, tas refonn that, his study of the ques- tion has been very superfluous." Per- haps the editor meant, "superficial." In fact, both .words fit the case. AH and the refusal of the government i o-f the lumber interests in to make any tariff reductions to ml-j British Columbia ishows and mii. frozen rneat -from the. Argentine, j have their followers in the fruit to giant other measures of there, who a recent con- lief. This will have considerable desired a "retaliatory duly oix feet in the be; Arii-erican imported fruit." The held in January. The .government in- 'dwellers of Ihe prafno provinces are tend making political capital out of-to pay "the piper lor- what are neces- tlip tariff question, and enlisting the juries of life. mierests to .Ita eMe] .Mr. Bonar .Law advocates the keep- by riie further raising duties jing up of ilie >mbaTgo on Canadian o-i goods imported.: -cattlR 'to obtain the sympathy of. Ire- 'I h.'s gives much bbpc the Radi-! hind, nnd ;it the same time gives proof c.-.i and Socialistic wings, and tbe out--of the temlenoy of modern Conserva- c-'iT.ic of the struggle, .will be interest- jtivfl legislation in .the direction of pfb- inr. Meanwhile the 'sauic'disRontenr jtecilbii. On the principles oC the Lib- is seen in France, antl ihu't-aiiae.the !'eral party with regard to lower tariff 1 evils of a high pro-1 the onuiHries of ihe world must look- It, is curious that na-! for salvatfop, Whmi experience has Sir James' study, is "superficial" be- cause he will not take time. It is "superfluous" because; h-e learns anything. It is never at'lf samu, [ii Active "tariff. lions have not yet learnt the wisdom {opened Its eyes the thinking major- cf kcfiph-.s poiiLical and economic ijues %viil perceive this. tioiiK apart, but under the present sys- j in the meaii'time it looks' as if this governments, this appears lo Us [country lias much to depend on in tb" unavoidable. We in Cnnartn have Oh-; v.'atchfulnoss over Irs interests Ject ICSBOIIH from 1 the Liberal minority at .Ottawa by Changes in Educational" Curriculum TUB ".CpU'RSB in "civics." which beinS 5ed to become hysterical by is to be introduced into what ap public schools In accordance Avith the changes made by the new W that appears on the surface. wo have is justlflod in Investing his y in a collage to become his own j if -he-lma invested .the thn-i the young should have ledge of tho itiRtitutionn for know- curriculum, is one which ii thought out. More particularly, 'this. Htudy applicable 'to Canatl; that WR have here dwellers from ninny [EIINIO in a dividend paying railway tie governments. It Is wflH. therefore, jnuiat a transfer of [savings to those who work In the mil. This is one aspeet of modern iiiK which cxinf in dif-feront cotniLTlfis. j syiidicailsm. If it. dofis nothin cN" The .subject also embraces the duties j the study of citizenship' in Incnlc-rtlne of citizenship. Jt is only by a careful an indiviiluul TesponslhlHty for the study Of thoRC things which help good, wouhrsufficiontiy sepv burld up and consolidate'tho-social Its purpose. Thore la an al'truistic fnbrlr that dangers which arise from j tendency In moik-rn iugislation Ignorance can be averted. Thin re- j education would maxo mark i? opportune in view of tho pre-jnlirg to. Grey's Triumph (Calgary Albcrtan.j The 'radical 'members who went down to the British House of Com- to Sir Eli ward Grey be- cause he didn't open up. and say a few things more, seemed fjiiile ing to eat out of his hand' before-.the speech was over. It is to stan speech from the Throne, however, is silent as to tho spread between the Winnipeg and British Guiana mar- kets. Joke Do You See the Point Never be in your place of business hen a .person wunts to borrow mon- ey of you, because if yon are tn you i be oui, but if yon are out you will be Answers. A Numerous Agreement Tho lady jury, hud been out for ion rs. The judge, looked tired, the clerk [he'loungers slept. The biiitiff after listening at -the key-: iolo several times, shook hia head a discourager) air. And then, quite unexpectedly, the ry Hunotincod that it was ready, to oport, and the Press hands us the following: "The Bible says: 'By their fruits yo shall know them.' if Lcthbridge and Pin- cher Creek raise anything hut enmne. they should keep it shady for .heir own repula1'.ion's suke." That's i pretty good one all right; but tsven lemons are better than sour grapes. The Borden Idea (Retina Leader.) The Bordon government-; proposes to open 'negotiations for trade relations" wiih Uritiah tiiiiana. Meanwhile spread between jMin- neapolis and wheat is Fomewhcre about sixteen cents. The Easy Enough, Sure! Captain Sparks haa just been plac- in charge of the country fire-shi- on, and looked a very important personage as he commoted a visitor round -'lie premises. Lhis notwith- standing the fact that ihe engine i semblcd nothtpg so much as a stre roast-potato oven joined to a villas pump, and other appliances nei'ih useful'nor ornamental. The visitor was duly impressed, fr one thing puzzled him. I said, "you don't see mto have erih a telephone or telegraph installatlo in th-3 place. How do you summo your men when a fire breaks The captain was equal to the occ slon. "Oh that's simple I replied. "We sends 'em all a pos "What's the Inquired' the sympathetic player. i "I'm one of t-he patients at the san itarillin for bugs over plained the- despairing: one. "Vester day the iloc said I was nd that 1 could leave in a day or two. And wiiat do you suppose I saw 'his morning? and hens six feet high, and talkin' just like hu mans! If I get away from that sani- tarium in ten I'll be doing mighty well." He Had a Relapse A company of motion-picture ac ors and actresses gave a performanc of on the grounds oining the suburban studio of a film Manufacturing company. A little la one of the actors, out for a walk lame upon a man seateti by the road ide, and weeping bitterly. LEATHER TO BURN AND LEATHER BURNT Von should not in 1-3s seeing our fine Xmas Dlaplny of Burnt Lentlier tiooda. BIGGER, BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE Cushion Covers, Tnlile Covers, book Covers, Photograph and Post Card Albums. Pipe nnd Tic HsickK. Photo Frames, Hand Hags Wai- lets Necktie and Handkerchief Folders, Noodle etc., etc. lluy early while line is complete and If you wish, wc-wlll keep thorn for you iill I The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE 5S5. T. H, MeCREADY, Manage. Way to Chase 'Em missus, here comes some of your husband's relatives! Looks as If they were prepared to stay ifor a all right; just'put away the chicken and lobster salad, boil some turnips for dinner." Philadelphia Evening Telegraph, THE FAR AWAY BOY Hrny, may I ask you, worthy lad, Whose smile no care can smother, Though busy life throbs round about; you written home to Motlfer? You forgetting, aren't you. finite, How fast the weeks are flying-, And that a little-blotted sheet, Unanswered still ;is lying. you remember how she stood, With wistful glance at Don't you remember how the tears W-ere in her soft starting. lave you forgotten how her arms i'tole around to caress you, lave you forgotten those last words "Good-bye, my son, God 'bless you." >h, do not worry her patient love, Save God's, there in no other, io faithful through all mist of sin, JrenT not to write to j 'ell her how hard it Is tofivalk" As walked the Master, lowly, 'ell her how hard it la to keep A man's life pure and holy, ell her to keep the lamp of prayer Alight, H beacon burning, 'hoBe beam shall reach you far a way, ShaHluro your soul returning, el! her you ,love her still, Kor fenr snmc sad -tomorrow tail hear nway tho listening soul, And leave you lost, sorrow. nd thon through bit tar falling tears And sighs you may not smother, on will remember, when loo Into, You' did not write '.o Mother, Local Contributor. THE 'BOOSTER The booster boosts. You .bet your, life! His town comes first And then his ivife. He boosts and boosts With words of cheer And words of. praise He starts things here. Tlte booster boosts. He makes things grov Tlie working man Now has a show; Thu hammer slags And'business hums, The Ijooster boosts, And success comes. The booster boosts. List to his snne! As on life's way Ho sprints along. His open hand, His faith and smile Add much to inakft This world worth while. Cleora-Ball, in Lealle'f. Onion Bank of Canada Cipiiil Total (Over) London, England Office, 51, Threadneedle Street, E.C. A Branch of this'Bank has been established in England, it No. 51, Tbreadneedle Street, B.C., where Letters of Credit aud Drafts payiblc at all important poinll in Canada and the United States, can 6e purchased, and Money Transfers arranged. A Visitors' Room is provided for the crtnveniVncr of clients of. the Bank when in London, to which their niail.niiy be addressed. Correspondence solicited. SMITH, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., O.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GCNEflAL MANiOER CAPITAL, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES lined by The Bank of Commerce arc the most convenient fprm in which to carry money when travelling-. They are neg-otiablt everywhere, self-identifying-, and the jtxact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign eountries is printcJ on the faoe of every cheque. The cheques issued in denominations of and A233' may be obtained on application at the Hank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce lias a booklet entitled '.'Information of Interest to those about to which will be sent free to anyone applying for it. Lcthbridge Branch C, G, K, Nourse, Mgr. ;