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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta x DAILY HEKALtt Saturday. Big Land Opening 200.000 acres'of high class land ready for iioniesteading. This land is practically level free from rock, alkali and adobe, plenty good road to town, fine coal near. Come quick and get choice. You ean btiy or: lease stock land cheap. Scott Coleman Land Co. Office Over Bank BIG SANDY, Mont. THE GREATEST CITY Nearly Twenty Thousand men Needed to Protect London 'Dee. 2. tics as xv el I striking facts -are, to, be "Church of'Jesus, of "Latter Day school ail -2.30 m. in the Culedoniau 'Hail, '3'eveulh street. German EvanflelicaK j vices will, be held j rx'orth TUo service's viil oegiu at U'.Su, condacied by Kev. 0. A. Grota, ._ .u St. Auguatin's (Anglican) Holy communion S.30 a.m. Morning, prayer, with sermon 11, n.nv, Sunday School 3 p.m. Evening' prayer with 7.30 p.m. (Holy" Communion at 11 a. tn. on first Sunday to the month.) Rev. J. E. Murreil-Wright- M. A., rector. ______________ _ ir____ The-area! Lutheran "of is j in Kennedys ball on Westminster North service at" 11 a.ni. ami- F as "32Jat. 7.30 Servic'es evei-y- .superintendents, weeks. ,.M. L. Sieves, pastor, sergeants ana ioto70 or) "T. "P. patrolmen.. la there Vas .daily .an average one-fourteenth.; the ..force.'' "avray from duty, in accordance -with toe. OPPOSES RECIPROCITY >'jR ROSS THINKS CANADA NOT BE TIED UP. U-ill- take for his subject in the morn-; -The Way of bpir- and sin. the Sunday- School and CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA cursions j" Low Round.Trip Rates to Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale D.eeeniber 1 to Decem- her 31; good, to return three months.. tickets with At- iantic Steamships. Tsriil "be on sale ironi Jifor 11 and limited to live months from date of isaue." eaulpment. Standard First Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining. :Cars' on' all Through Trains. Compartment Obterration T. "Imperial Limited." "it regulation granting onV day's Jeave. m'eet o'clock ''regular monthlr..con- "Bp worth- Farmer Premier of-, Ontario -In His- Uric Addrtss' the Toronto Board His Reasons for Maintainihfthe Present Tariff jGrowth .of tries procity "hasvbeen. a some- 'he United States in 186T. our poverty iii our. faces and told us .out 9rily'.choiceovas starvation or-an- nexa'tion.'. It that'-the "fabled wrestler Anleau5, whom Hercules sought to crush, .sprang to .his'feet wljenWejv hii shoulders touched the earth." We touched the earth in 186C. but, like Anteaus, we tprang to our by.our unaided strength wa haye.made-the-name of-Canada great jimong'tfve nations'of the. world, and now'wonders'if it would for him to pour a Hba- wrestle with ua v_ we should; worry .bur--] reciprocity in'-] .'secretary the fainiliiir. subject to.. Canadians for .two' 'generations: .Eve? ..since" the .repeal' of -the. treaty of 1854, "over' forty frequently 'discussed :on -both -the line.'' After .discussing'vtiie.'-politieal- .effect tlie liisn on duty are .eu- Canada of, "reciprocity. Sir: up '-He 'said: l burglaries decreased. and house breakings has j Cause and "Creator. iheet- Nineteen- cases oL murder will on" Wednesday'dc were reported. Iu. eleven cases ar-iP-m- rests were made, and'm six tlie Fifst Baptist. Rev. .erers -committed suicide. Of Oie four teen persons apprehended, seven convicted sentenced, "to death, iour[ EibU Church FOR LOCAL ARMORY Estimates Brought Down in the House of Commons Ottawa, Dec. main es, covering esiiroaicdexpenditure for the fiscal year ending >iareh 31T 1812, trere tabled in the house today in the absence ol Mr. Fielding by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. They' provide Tor an expendi- ture an _'. increase of over the main the current fiscal year. Principal increases are: Public 'i debis. ocean, and' riv- ller service, post office vrhere'introdnce.fl' Bunion 1080; railways and canals'- S63Q.754. Among -tde statistics .relating- to "Sunday. _ There-were a number of decreases, the il "Is shown "that 306 :'TJie "festival Sfirils -or the London police In 1009 vras or convicted nieet ednesday at three ,OC tttese, convict.ea .d meeting at sessions, were convacted by wetawday evening at niagisti-ates, 732 vv'ere acquitted i bills; s o-ciQCfct etc.) :at sessions.'and; 2-LJHI2J First were .'discharged by magistrates. The> wju serviee tomorrow at.iJ. a-uu-i -mar creat 'deal more7 number of criminal offences., felonies. 7.30 p.m.. the Only For a QnrI _ll> i_ jt. _i._j T A "Poor1 "But. poaals1: :sub- mtttod. let.ine erations. that -Vibe iul iiteniiou. -must-.not chspf Christ, Dentist vice tomorrow at 11 :6nly the imports of States from" Canada cbnsisteH -of >inanii.factured. goods.' If the. _m'ore. of the -ex- .'our factories let them, reduce their 'tariff, 'and I have. dpub't': many jof. them irill be glaB xto 'wear" our co'tton and our woollen -J 'gbodl.J-; B'utvieveh in: spite of our eX-" -elusion; -froiu :tn'e rTJnited Stat-es our-- factories have- prospered. i a' Market. than eiam-: abolish ihe .duty on wheat on sides of .the line looks fair, ,but 'i accept an. b'-fifer of "that-land simple, would, in... opinion, be i a-'.poor bargain for Canada. I be.-' 'I that the' longer the- American .-j t-friff" Of 25 cents -a bushel' on Can' dian wheat is maintained the better were lound to "oe" insane at the time .us-: -has" "of the marder; and, one on arraign- service's, morning- nrt-ii place in-tbe British market-. ment. ".One dls-J at the United i by a magistrate and-dn the School an 3. freely opened .it .would -coraialiy welcome." to -maintain, its-, identity other case-the bill _by the i st Andrew's :'L.eth- F rnnU jurj-. Identificatioas W. IV.' be the.loser to tlie v the finger print -den. M; A. system, says tQe Conamiss-ioner. a .-substantial coi-fied', as aganst tneso G.356 wefe for_: provincial Uce inetbptl. conunues io j mbr'nirig1 "at :il. "A! similar obserrat-ion flonr -uanaUv being at 'Sunday School aiid "Manitoba., fion xiinst 9.440. in'I? OS.' 3. Mission's''Bible Class- "av-J 8 s-efe :.for_: provincial- m. _' ChupfcH Ahtrl 1 saeet leaves Win-1 able to capitai account dsily ac'SJJS'iv. and the''Atlantic; at "lO.OOk daily, making ccn- j Proposed' vote [or the naval sen-ice necobus at Montreal for all points j-is as eompareol Vith [500 for current year. .The increase Is Anply to-the C.P.R. Agent'for i represented by a sum' to' FuIMnformation tfce birildiag and.mainten- ance of Ti-jreless stations for the .maintenance of tidal stations, Hon. Sydney-'- Fisher's appropria- iUC VaUaUa AUUjtious'include a vote of one million to i cover the cost of talnng the census in Drug Cure jHas restored thousands 10 nealth, prosperity and' cidzensMp. "We ffnarancee to cure the patient -bias a. spart of vitality upon xvbJcli to build. The 'habit -treated scientifically as a disease. Consultation- hy correspondence or personal "interview, fres and confidentia3.- 713.6th Ave- West CALGARY Phone 1707 .-P. O. Sox; concerned, -and of the were of :per-sons uucle.r age. -vemples; i June next. The vote for immigration TV-ill be an increase of labour Included in the estimates is for Prince Albert'.armory and U-onr-Theeled'cabs i. f or. for other'i Horse-tlrawn omnibuses motor omnibuses The more-than in .l90Sr. Of. tnese., -V-'h_-i meets every in .the, were, restored, their jmontli'at -i p.ni.' value j churehl-At ihe morn- During IMS, the following iag service at 'tfie pastor, vrere iiansom ea'os the anark'ets '_ of the United thrown open ;to usr. not greatly or ihancc 6u t prospeniy TKe United States v OUT "b'qrder for'; mil esj1 "'of ninety. nil llioa'3.. -Jf you have. "anrthing: to-sel.l, thetel-is ;an. UTjliniuted! market .not" let ng." ".to 'J ..it., The -btyuDdarri'is': just as king for the Americans as for .the Canadians; and a reciprocity treaty that' opened :the also o_pen the other: "While our ''seven millions Kvefe. g'efting into ttie 'American mar- merchandise the Am- 'erican iiinety" millions were getting iirto Canada, and the hoine. market, always the best... .where not glutted with; goods, .would, be rendered prac- tically' .'valueless. The fruit-grower find American fruit in fthe .market b'efore himl and .so 'abundant that-his trade -would be the seed merchant; the- in -provisions, such., as bacon.; utter -and cheese, be similarly, and- any "occasional .sale. that he', could .make in the .Unit-ed States., poor compensation; for 'losses' incarred of the home by '-Am errcan' "But "m 'n ;st31iolarger 'sense Cana- I ciians would .-stand to lose f from -the PECULIAR AND PERTINENT TimVer is protected from dry rot. And insect attacks by boiling- it and .it to! cool an and absorb a solution by a new process tflat comes Ironi Australia, improvements and I Port Ai-thur.and for im'prove- ments at 'St. Andrew's Rapids. Red. River. For provincial subsidies 471 is provifledL 'Alberta j-Mechanical -tramcars 296 less than last year "and Saskatche- wan less. Improvements in Alberta Details for harbor and river improve ments on the prairie provinces are: Deepening channels on Athabasca riv- er, 51o.OOO; Edmonton wh.irf, and general repair, harbors and bridg- es in province J20.000; improvements ot navigation .ro.ute "Last Mountain jLake, Lesser Slave River, ?S. tramcars Total _, 1000; North. Saskatchewan river at .An electric potato peeler 1'or hotels restaurams: Devolves a. combiner norrh and .-Saskatchewan roughened irmng, which grinds and other navigable streams xtff rhe sJtins as the potatoes are driv- For survey aad construction on G. en against it by -centrifugal force. i T. P. is provided and 52.- "THE ART OF HOSPITALITY" g hosphtiity Is the gentle art of making folks S3 A feef good. "when you ask visitors "what they will be sure there is a convenient decanter of COREY'S Special Selected" Rye Whisky the best and purest whisky of the age. By Its purity, and superiority of flavor, it has become such a ftvorite beverage among discriminating men. that it is a sideboard necessity vhen you are entertaining. It brightens up conversation, promotes good-fellowship, makes hospitality complete. On mk, by hotels, ttnd ings in the West are: im- repairs, [di Military Buildings- Church." orders' of subject provements. repairs, ev Military ;tbe eve of pital, ____j fie a service of intercession for' Iminediatehi aHerJijs ser- 000. i V1te there be' a-congregational rmraigrauon buiidine, meeliTlg in .ihe which- every 000. j member is asked to be present Barracks lor Sumheona Horse, j' j youVlike la- Dominion PulSlic Buildings, mops? als, improvements, repairs, etc., ,jave 000- Ed drill halL hereabouts? building, ?2o.OOO. j ________ 515.000; Cus- neu-spapers i conariaally informing 'my- creditors of Xot much I S toms House and Dominion' Lands Ot- And now The Democrats must tr Oce; new heating apparatus, sanitary j works, plumbing, etc., building, ooo. building, building. 'Moose new public Prince Peni- tentiair, and drill hall, I 000. i at' land for j public busldmgs. j publii: buildings, ;building, OOfc buildings.j 000. buildings, buildings, 000. hall, Fernie public building Grand building 000. 000. a -nroblcm o'f'tiit To get the cost of living And'keep up'all our Free" Press, S H. Corby Distillery Company M 55 Umitc< MontreoK illllllllBlllJUIIilJillllHUUlllllJIIUIUllllllJDIUIiyillllllMlWIIi 1180 p. at rif on the north side would be 'de- Tomorrow by mixture from tlie south. 15906; tlle Sun-Jay, nearnest. ITo' SL Such" -an" interchange would be throw- -i Uay. Nov.. there" will :be 3! away.all the advantages we pos- cot'porate connnunipn'-'of-th'e; "greai--wheat belt "''of Tor Quebec -bridge- '---Monu- jSL and the west- ment to King j service.., The subject- oi'- the address r- Cheese Pre-eminent. The proposed votes for public-build-; artbe morning T7n: tlie-same -way Canadian cheese; 1 -'-.after "years of and'large' ;..expenditure of money, cheese out- of. the British market. How cotild this pre-P-min- eiice be preserved if Canadian cheese passed through -the hands ,ot can shippers over the border? We have, therefore, to consider not, the first profit, if profit there' be, but the ultimate effect upon an industry yields us annually-'about The advance of -a :few cents in price in exceptional cooditions of the -jnarket should not dominate the general effect on the large aspect of the question., and the business in- terests" of all the .cheese factories of Canada. "The question of our lumbering Jnr dusiry has also its future., aspect. No doubt admission of lumber into ih "marke's "free of dnty enhance the value of lumber and .probably- the-vaiue of all- stand- ing timber in Canada. -.But .the- personal -.interests of. the lumbermen are not to be alone con- sidered. One of the greatest ques- now before the people of Can- ada is to conserve their forests. Mr. Clifford Sifton. chairman of the Commission' of Resources j speaking before the'Empire Club on the -20th inst- said: 'At the -end of twenty years the United States would no timber..for sale in the ordin-- In vCanada, the..supply -was Jf the supply in Uhited States ran out, the supply in "Canada..would'last the United States :.for only