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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A, THE LETHBRIPGE HEKALT) LETHBRIDGE fiAILBHERALD W. A, toe lawful cg: at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridgei Canada MANAGING JjiRECggsl AXI? ;Ei> PHONE-. "Advertising Circulation and PHONE: Editorial, affttf News Dept 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION ?i 6 mouths, f "'V 8 months, delivered'....'. JLOO l month, .deilvjsrea........Sac __. .f months. caahged ar often but i sddrdases iau6t be 1252 of the Tories at Ottawa or in i _ Saturday; December voting-for the Monk (Bovrassa) mo- tion oa the navy question; 'And yet they deny a coalition with the Nation- alists. i Col. Sain Hughes, with all his faults, seems to be the only Conservative at Ottawa, who has got a common ;sense view of question. He voted: with the government against Borden, -Monk, et sod HERALD Published "every Wednesday in eig'at or mere pases, summary s ok the, news the -week. local and district I advance 3 months, in advance 6 months, in France '.j ...50c Engineer AUender's railroad friends will be pleased to know of his acquit- tal.' Tae'method in "which he was der. do nojt-believe any country could remain- in existence whose policy" in regard to its defence was left to the the people. If auy cases in point we should like to seo tnem stated.- -For .a party that, has the reputation 'of -being Conservative and pro-British, and that assumed the responsibility, of establishing -a'militia, service for this country, ,to say. that it has not a policy ic regard to its de- fence, other ..that what iJae people of the country may decide on any ref- erendum, "is a confession of' weak- treated when arrested, and the or It may he the straining after Drug Book 'J. Robert- Johnston. Jack- 'son." Alexandra plt-s Drug Store. Co., R- W. Hamilton. D. L. HcCrea. Bros. Drujt A .Bcpk.Co- B. r Cranbrook, a. ft AtChison, _ RelnecJte. Grassy Diamond- D'Arc's" Drug Store. M.2Srorthaaj' 8. Wide- NSTTS Co. Browa Si9-4th St. Also on ail C. P. R. of the' charge crested a good deal of sympathy for him at the time. There will be, general regret all "ov- er" tne country if it is" found'that, the Kussian authorities have, .any legal claim on- the fugitive Fedorenko. The I government should stretph the law to its limit to prevent ;his falling: into the fiitids- of Russian government. Alberta has forty-sis thousand ehild- dreh attending 'school, and, pa'id out from-the ..of education to'educate'theni That is near- ly sixty dollars eacH. the somewhat doubtful objecfot-put- ting the other fellow in a hole, 'But it is not-good-politics-for Conserva- tives or those who believe in.-respon- sible gOTernment. Lights test THE MAYORALTY IS io a mayoralty con- entrance, of CONTEST, Platform., "and also be- i' _esists to T. S, .Mackenzie into the, a change inr'the the lias added interest to a contest whic to -be very interest- .ICg. But tie. citizens of Letbbrifige want issides in n. municipal election. What .they are lEfter is the From Other Sanctums V Willison, Editor and Biographer (Toronto The-News 1896 the! Government has sown in Quebec-dis- trust of Great Britain, and of the Eng- lisa-sp.ealcing' portions- of Canada. This contains a very serious reflec- tion on the accuracy Wiilison's life of Sir Wilfrid Xaurier, which on page Those who .have, opposed Volume says: that -while- the Mr. Mackenzie, out for mayor have ,ar- campaign of 1900 -.was in progress Sir The Slow Romans Roman Guide-; ruins of -the; Coliseum1- -Seattle- Man'- .Well- do you think of that photographs ofj; that heap rfrenty years ago. Roman Guide Quite likely; sin- Seattle Man: But >Srhy in' thunder aren't those ruins cleared away and a modern coliseum erected. gasd-that it .would not be fair to May- j Charles Tuppef "declared a-t Montreal or Adams a candidate Wilfrid best city council they; can get, and nothing less should; Both ilayor Adjuns sad Mr. Blacken. and 'pop-clar. men. Mackenzie lias stated that, he ileves -Mr. Adams ias done much good .for "the city as mayor. TVere he here -Mayor Adams "would doubtless return tile compliihent that. Mr. .-Mackenzie -is. i maa -could do much for the city AS mayor, him after he has left city tth the idea would: have no opposition. He- is not here to "defend jto- rouse against '.the Liberal leader such, prejudice-as existed in-Quebec The. Real Problem The -.farmer "and his wife watched _ their, dog as he "chased madly- down the track ".after .the, 4 o'clock; train; it every day and always" return- ed winded. "I wonder why he chases that traihv remarked the' wife "with her a little "cloud of; dust "that wnere 'Rover was'.' v "That's not what's English for her.husband. 'Tin wonder-r Ws: programme, of Imeprialimf wbat ,iie'd if he-caught .and the plain-purpose---- showed FOR SALE 7 room modern house on Cliarles Street A bargain Your own terms :ri 50x125 on Ernest, facing east, near Bompas. A snap. acres 7 miles from good town on the famous Black Spring 600.acres under wortk 1U years 6 per cent, small qasK payment. This is a S'Uclp. 960 acres raw land till steam plow. per acre per acre handles Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone himself and his record, they say? Tlicse- wio_ Lave '-been, Sir, answer thjcs.jjby say- ing promise was giyen. by.-any- one that there ' no {opposition. They say -that'- the mayor should nbt- have.Ieft, ,at this: 'critical I time.' He, more than any-one else, .knows" all tae ins and: outs-of the city's affairs The contest frill one -between j during the-past year. There are many supporters rather than, between can-j things to and. should dlSa-ies. Mayor Adams' campaign, will j topw-about, and .he as the to necessarily be carried- on Toy Msjwiidni they should look for 'these, ex- s's friends j-p, Have forced Mm into the contest and -mast-therefore bear, the -brunt of Ms campaign. The supporters will appeal for the votes of the. elect- .ors on .record during the _ lie has been mayor. That [sure of Ms friends given, .verv. largely in. the report he' .published some days ago. In it, too, ibe has. outlined ids, policy for "the against the despatch, of- the coutln- gents and: Government's always plain said ie' severe ;sneralJ i Cayenne. "You a're" not satisfied 'to Miss -support of .ihe British cause in South! uayenne- lou are not satisfied 'to Africa> -.i j have it plain, you niake'it'as'ugly'as tioss- at election time. AS fence. -'Not Good'Foiftics. The Conservatives at Ottawa Save had two cracks at sition in regard to. the duty or'..Can- ada "'to herself and to-the ilbtherj Country in witir naval you believe adage about marrying" in has'te and" re- penting: at ..-'i-.-.. After.a. man marries, ae Iras no -leisure. to decide: among other of an, ttev uoined Fataf ss Walter--Hil- ciaration for a Canadian This I down aiohdi Without Interest and Without Taxes it-must be ..said that he. had no inten- j rdrV thfe end-iof the of entering .the -field until pres- was -brought to Tie tTvo candidates are before the It is for them to decide with. -vote lor-frlenfisMp, good-fenow- dime the explanations are needed -Kill, perforce, [ship; or any such whicS is the1 drew from ;th: .tially declared for" an! for- battleships and-a. reference-'of the navv question to They be flu rrliS d n -.-you', given by his supporters-or the oth-f better man !in" their opinaon to -be the er members of the council magistrate of the city, to sruide would have to 'be done whether there its affairs 'during: 'the next '-vear It a mayoralty contest-.or not iir. Mackenzie has appeal to the-country has been made. This s-roitcMng of "opinion and this declaration to do but consult litely pursued therstrang-er. "Bear puzzled- '''some of the policies" he would fav- and will doubtless as Tie gets farth- er into the campaign, state his posi- "an important year, and the electors., cannot exercise too much care iii inat- cb.oice. Both" men 'vnnA i iaougG the-people is an instance of. misguid-; Periiaps you can tell me'I" ".The-4enderfoot-stooa "I must have lost my Tray. For full iiiformatiori, caO or address Vd.Box 1979 Siiitel IS Sherlock Building Phone 1201 men orable. It merely a Question yourself wron like confessin must. aaags can.'-" AM j.j a, Ul l J-M v, I on. other matters that require a j-which is the .letter suited'to -ut on other point, it .'is alto- "Kight here! ,I'm -V., Statement. His supporters will askjsion. the better Qualified'to be" to, tie-ideas of res-' expostulated the'--tenderfoot, people to Mm err the j citizen of X-ethbridge during 19ii, for a party to "tHey distinctly told -me -that Haltar JTJT v general way to frame up a v.-ar story tthis eoafused by any House of Lords. to be over-laid bv This any secdonary issues Owin- to thl e Position of Pretensions of nJ-Ti? Ia the consti, is sophistication, or tc any secdonary issue.. .pretensions of the House OUR POINT OF VIEW Whore. Is' the' post office site? it be a.'surprise "if Leth- should wake up some morning !ind a brand new post office mark ing .the new site? Lethbridge will have a real munici- pal election this year, the" first for -three years. tfcs .mayoralty" con- ftest goes, there will be a good in I the cfeair. -_____ i Patterson, M. P. seems-to a'ay eome .before i Keep his Independence at.MaeJeod for people on Monday, win ha vet election purposes and does not use night, to-preparei any of it at Kteonton for Monday is nomination day. Froin eieven-'to' twelve is-the hour, and the council chamber the "place; The independence that Robert Pat- tersoa, M. P. p., is exhibiting at the Legislature, must make the hearts of his friends rejoice. The Macleod Advertiser will have to have another long apologetic inter- view, with Patterson, M.--P. p, aextJie comes home. j< is ieitine all the .time. VVANTJKJLI" shoppers to inspect our large and carefully selected stock of Christmas' presentation goods. If you bring along an average amount of each with a desire .to get .value for it, we can- turn the deal for you, and we guarantee in return you will away twice the amount in' happy "satisfaction, plus -portable property; the which you will assuredly hand over to some 'dear, friend, and. thus spread the good will reeling. In 48 hours we shall have 150 CHRISTMAS TREES just to look at but we may sell a few AT COST A.S ...USUAL. Many thanks for promptly meeting our desire by begin- ning to do your purchasing this early. Bed Cross Drug Book Co, The Hecdqiiarters of Santa Claus for Southern Alberta HaU an hour later UP and found her lbolcijig'very_peni-.- she said, your good angel V i "Yes, was GALVIN Oft Block Lethbridge. did; ask.-and he Miss Brooks; those, big yellow poodles for lion's "my-. have you got against that man Smith? Ke lias done several good things. j j but I happen to -be one i of them. re-Nfor a line to McMurray if they were Cushing was i sounded good wto Edracnton peo- convinced it would open a big traf- taat "In our c; pie, and it was to them that they were directed. Sir. Cross spoke well and but what he.had. to say con7 taihed arguments that were heard time anfl "again during the debates of t_ spring. fie to. them. The C. JR. will'reach- we do not talk behind a man's northern waters "when its line to Ath- abasca Landing is: completed. Later it could build, from there north-easter- ly to Port MeMurray if it felt the -bus- .iness warranted it. Or. the other hand seat, remarking country (the far North) a thrill went through "the crowded chamber, but a .hundred thrills .'.fol- lowed, as the door opened, senior member for'gsed afonsr ciiamoer to ;his seat Tben AN 'AT.-THE CAPITAL Arthur Lewis Sifton occupied about ten minutes time in explaining the bill which puts the. A. G. W. Rail- F to; tlie .country..iteing ojpeiied to wirld a.'S-aijway, ;.Southern are'just to the idea, as; -Northern, b'ut they have: not yet been convinced that the rbute for -such a railroad is to Fort ..McMurray. They have heard of the agricultural resources of the Peace Kiver'country, and they beKSve that that part of Alberta needs a railway. The argument used In favor of the Me- WSVM. A.AM. UllC way in an early grave. The new Murray, route is that it will tap a couft- j rresnien can say as much in a minute try rich In minerals, but if minerals I as most men can in ten, and when ten are there in paying quantities why j nurtures had passed away, he had has not an existing railroad rushed fn jmade it clear why the A. G, AV. was a line there without assist- j to be abandoned, and where ;the -mon- ance, or why are existing iWroadsVot ey wut.was build a1 .It is i "WHS evfdent K, juul the- G- jOiarles Cross to fallow T. p. quickly seek a charier' tae nonh westerly route to Peace Riv-j Corn wall proceeded to throw 'a- few er is the-1 .most -jQede'd. There- is. ;no Mr. Ctishmg never- said question -'that there all an'd "many settlers have already lean's hour half a speech located -on. lands iri that section, and a1 of force. There' .were sentences utter- railroad "would profitable. ed that-made thje-feeling7 tense. wall, however, was not bitter. Corn- the North the cry as that Uiej South does not want the country Cornwall is a self-made man and north.of Edmonton developed. of the.expressions used in his cry is used to cover up the weakness- i speech were typical of. Cornwall and eg of the A. G. W. bargain, but Norih. They made one feel that has no foundation. Southern j Here was a mttn" fresh from the wilds members believe t.he' Poace River man of brains and resource coimiry is all right, and are just The iuieresi .in 'the, proceeding willing- to have a railway go in there Tiiis week has been intense as are the Northern members. There were some'' dramatic assembly has been packed'every'day. women came..with their.fancy work spots and crotchet "and knit while t A.JU L vy Ailic ln. on the-Pre- for-the ..House to-open, and-even diir- G. W.. bill'on the1 infer- When DP expressed a wish that .Mr. lesi ;