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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LETHBRIDGE PAILT HERALD Monday. I, I1U1. k LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER A. Director T. W, SdlUr JOHN Ltthhridge H.rald Co., Lethbrldge, Albarta, Can. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and l.wful evening 9t Hi oHIce, Sixth Street, and Newt 1224 DAIir .SUBSCRIPTION 1 year delivered ......14.00 1 by uitll months delivered J2.00 hv mill 3 months delivered b 1 month delivered '35c.. j 1 month, by mull Addresses changed as o'fieu dwsirpd, but and old ad- dresses must THE WEEKLY HSRALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more and contains summary of the news of local and district 1 In advance .....ILiJO i advance S months In advance Toe. f THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE. AT j C.MSK Drug trout Blurted loilay. Seven days in which the dou'i'.'ul VG'U-r can make DP nU mi ml. Vote for Iho street railway bylaw. It will be btiiit no matter who Is many The confession of the" McNnn 'r.'is .nurtirliw all right and Biirurliie that two (fnlnhwi raneals should wilt tui-1 ;i j presnire. hi thy many platforms then1 Is lit-, Uo said about the public library.' Judging by ihe Calgary llorald crlt- Don't forget tiicrc1'.-; a vote on of the speech from the Mircne proposal to establish a public library.! Mr. Slf-oii should have issund a' r.mall .____ i volume Mtt.nir forth ul! proposed 't'he talk starts at jlRlature In To announce that loday. hui an there ure only six H-ai provision rfouUl bti made for railway opposition members it'shouldn't last joxtensiona doean't; satisfy the Herald, more than u week. i which found in the federal speech from the -throne a mode.! In Watrous took a civic census and its .compi eheiiBivenass. There is found 279 morn than tin- official a thins as fairness in political meration. It would he a poor rompll- j I'Hticism but the Calgary Herald has ment to Watrous to state thnt ihnl 1 not heard of It yet. Is Strong for the Back i Hallimorf Sun.) pious John U. a Oflo cniml) upon tho 'waters he expects H to come hark a baWei-y. taxation, -may be good in the because there "speculators hold land and wait Tor a rise In but that it can he of no use in Ontario. Such H thing as a suftcuVator holding Ian for n rise in valuv in Ontario, ii. of course, utterly and preposterously incredible. Juit Slaps 'Em on the Wrist i Houston Post.l So far. Coloiittl Koaseveli has Uioiighitully refrained -from eal'iug [hose who have isserted he is a :i :i bunch of colossal ami ir.Vr mouc Hars. .Not a Word of Ennlish i Brentford Expositor.) Thousands of Ontario children ar? 01. being taught a word of _English. Think of it! "This under a govern- iicnt that ravad about the first three weeks Sept3m- The McNamara Confession and danger, and the only kind consider era lion they coukl receive is that are judged irrcsponsihle. For this reason, they should be from having a chance of ex-ecu ting their maniacal designs. Peaceful means towards the solu- tion of social problems will ncconv is TUB CONFKSSION of their guilt hy the MnNamaras is R verlt- at.a climax of a go ilom-of- the-machine variety in H gretl human rirama. After-all the delay in carry- Ing out the trial comes this sudden avowal, to serve as a bKter satire on the process of the law. which in the niftier of tha jurymen allowed such a waste of pithlic time. Tho attempts ;lq '-delay the' cburec of justice must 'appear ridiculous now -that the guilt has been acknowledged. H is blow to thai body which hopes to assert hy vinlence the rule 'Of mob law, in ;nat miblin sympathy hy.such action must he for ever alienated. Organized labor 'Ima, no doubt, re- ceived a rude shock, and will .derive much food fcv reflection nnd con- templation. Violence in labor dis- putes can only serve tbe purpose of 3ef eating: 'the objects aime-d at. So- rioty.will refuse to he intimidated. It wiil only be antagonized, by the meth- ailp such as the McNamaras pirt into practice, li is difficult to fa'thoin the :-alibre of minds which become so warped In their prejudices as io be- :omc callous to the sacredness of bu- man life. Such men are a menace h a great deal more than lawless tactics, ft is important for the safe- ty ot society ihat this should be per- ceiveil. H is-satisfactory to learn, in this re- spect, the statement of Gtistav Francq one of the best known leaders in Eastern Canada, that tbe organized workers in Canada would never ap- prove of violence in labor disputes, The 'hews of, the fiendish work ac- k no vied by the McNamara s lias astounded'local-labor men. We may take it that the Labor Federation in tile States-is "likewise affected. It. is hopeful to think that the steps tak- en by it in the defence of -the N'amaras were in the belief that the perpetration of such a crime was one which it found difficult to conceire. The occurrence will lead to those "'ho have the trne interests of labor at rt separating themselves front tl.e violent and incendiary element. The Merchant of Venice M1EKK is some Btl! Jewish _ i.ltli regard to IIIE "The >ierclian-t of Venice" schools and colleges. .Dr. Jullui Mor- writing In the American Is- raelite. "Declaim fin people may, i ml cite Irving and other recent act- be the slightest )rs, 'there canno-' HitfRtioii iliar in "The Merchant of Venice" there !s a slroui; anti-Sem- :Uc tRndency. Shakespeare, after all, j :vns writing for his own time and the I of tlie in 'then was decidedly an'-'I-Semltlc. And since it-. the case and jince. moreover, anil-Semi tic preju- dice Is often nrouaen in the mindi of school tttidy of the play, it today by the would be far letter Io remove it, from the cttrricu- mil. and substitute something more worthy for 1t. There are plenty df sfiftk3Rpenhfl's plays ofeqiial or wven Mtperlor morit thai, be substi- '.nted for "The Merchant of Venice." I dlfficii'l to the sentiment >f Ihe writer, and to imagine the 'onsideration of an old ieuds to create radical prejudice. The ground aken by the Icavtif-d Halihl IK nil ag- linsl the study o; itterat.ure in tho when practised under conditions whrre men's minds were biassed. The Jew pf the modern day lias coiimto tn decided poaition in so- ciety, and he shows himself worthy of recognition it IR tendered to him In equal measure to those of other racfa. nave, and have had, many examples of this. In fact, the character of Shylock in comparison wltli the modern .lew is 30 much gain in estimation o" the latter. The ve- ;5enlment, therefore, appears to bs somewhat picayune. The arguments used "The Alerchant of. if allowed, might be carried --'o an absurdity. The Daaef, who hive become citizens of Canada and the United might object to the perpetuation of the mem- ory of King Claudius and conaort in And what aboui the 'ialloi'D, carpenters an- dlolnera, with regard to the complimentary epithet pf to those of (heir trade, ridicule thrown on baud of who enaayttd their, histrionic ambitions in the play of "PjTninns and The cnmplftlnt of Or. Morgenstein IK not HMfflcientlv serious. him rather consider ihe fact, by a parlaon of nalions, -Ihat ilicme who iinnncr should he iuii-sued. Anshavn Riven Hherfi! HIM! sola-ted (jxani.'tle of a member of (lie j prejudiced trfiafnifint nrft who viewed In the spirit of t wen-Met h "''i1 the, In world's IHJW- wntiiry toleration, a different and (trogrcss. A Heart Interest (Toronto Globe.) The Duchess of Conaanght daughter vt one of -the men who call- ed the German Empire Into -being- Frederick Charles of Prussia. known io bistorv as the Red Prince, was tbe man who drove Bazaine into in 1S7G. and prepared the way for the siege of Paris. The great. Gem a British on her lips-and for a belter under- standing between Uritaln -and a very real one. Strategy First Londoner flow did yon keep the suffragists" from breaking your windows? Second Put some per- fectly lovely hats in 'em. A Stickler :T "Say. paV "What "Does intake sixty minute men to make one man of. the Some Luck "Been I "Yes." i "Any "Some. Found -a man cash a cheque ffam en told me what" was. On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin and Crabb Sts. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 who would ffame ward- THE GENTLE CYNIC York Times.) daughter of a j people -stop to think think if -chey rman soldier and the wife of probably wouldn't' Prince, the prayer for peace j should stop. Ger- Refined ICMcajo Tribune.) When Kansas CltyTooipads hold up victim, they rofc nim of his false teeth, K he lias any. Different cities have different customs. No typical Chicago hishwayrain take man's false teeth him. H where we have failed Whatever else .you may say of the egotist, he has the happy facir.-- of pleasing himself. Tell k giri she. has a musical laugh and she will think you the hi mie-.t fellow in the world. We are apt to speak of a man as being lucky when he has succeeded not eatisfied-with wnat .he finds In hlj pockets he merely beats the tar him ami proceeds on'his way. at Macleod (Macleod Advertiser.) .Montana grass., fed steers brought JT.PO per hundred pounds in the Chi- ago market the 'other and the scarcity of animals indicates that ev- en this record-breaking be surpassed. Vet Macleod bu the 2Ut [lay September voted squarely againat The policy of taking that market. a share The fellow who goes around loo'i- Ing- for trouble generally some body who'takes him at his word. Ever -notice tfhat the (man who boaata he cau .take one drink and stop generally lets some other .fel- low buy for him? The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF i1 f Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Judging from her passion for hats how can a woman expect to be happj In heaven, and make one halo las- through eternity. THE LOST i. on the hritlge till midnight With a soul that was sore distressed Worn Out PI" (Winnlpec Telegram.) IMI___ A strong disposition la neinj a that sad and weary rested in the Unjted States courts to i a mind that was much dls- .gnore the defence of insanity in mur- r trer.'5ed. der cnses. The case is -that of Are gloomy ami dark Bpencar. tried at Springfield. M 'or killing a woman whoee house he was robbing. Spencer's lawyers tried o prove he wac' a maniac, and mem- hers of his fnmily went on the stmid j The clouds that herald the storm wind But, alas, they are far, far brighter Than the frown on my partner's brow. 0, I was a. bad bridge did not do my o describe what they now consider ,por mj. doubled a. were insane acts. Some medical men. j did not lead a heart, however testified Spencer knew right and was not an insane Yom wrong, man, and the Jury found a verdict of murder in the first degree. Ontario, tht Good IMontreal Herajd.l We gather from Sir .lames Whitney hnt exemption of improvements from NORWEGIAN SUFFRAGETTES Miss Anno Rogstad, of Korway, the first woman member ot Parlia- ment in tlic world, sends the follow- ing message to lhe women of other lands, who arc ftghling tor the fran- chise "Wjrhavc now achieved our LEATHER TO BURN AND LEATHER BURNT Yon should not mias seeing our fine -Xmas plsnlny of Burnt Roods. IGOER. BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN EVER Cushion Covers, Tahle Covers, Book Covers, Photograph and Host Card Album's, and Tic Hacks', Photo Krarnea, Hand Mags Wsl- iels N'ecstle and Handkerchief Folders. Needle Cases, ele., etc. Fluy early line Is complete and If yon we will keep Ilicin for you 1111 Xmas.- The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE T. H. McCftCADY, suffrage and right of vote, both ior State and Municipal Council. That v.c Norwegians have accomplished this in such a comparatively shorl lime is, first of all, I think, due to the simple, nnttiral social conditions a smaller country, hut it is-also 1 want to emphasize this o the Norwegian woman's point ot view regarding the questions iof bolh social and family life. i "The luxury that for agcs lias been transmitted from generation to gen- eration furnishes the soil for, and nourishes tin; growth of, parasites and idlers. H it more difficult for the courageous strong women to coiiie forward and win respect for themselves. Hut you, strong, cour- ageotls of other will win your rights. It cannot be toilg ere your day will dawn." I Miss Rogstad is the daughter of a Norwegian lawyer and began life as ;l school teacher. She is now fifty-seven years of age and resides within ten minutes' walk of the Storthing, or parliament Mouse. Altnough much occupied with Parliamentary duties, Miss Rojstad still teaches in the of which is brightened by cilffg and schools of Christiania, and is also or nine velvet fij- head of the Society of Women Tcach- ers. The Electric Shoe Shop St. Cor. 3rd opposite Bank of Montreal. Shoes .repaired by machinery while you. Only tlic'besl nuitcrials used. AiJ work giiiiran teed, Men's .Half Soles, sewed Ladies'nml Hoys'Half Soles sewed ....-t... ChjUlren's Half Soles, sewed CUi-i; cqujpineiil menus something to Letli'lVrjdgc. 'It is llio niosl niodorn ;iml does (lie host work. Our prices offer you iin pj.i- (-porti.mii'y to .save inouey. -Tryiiis with your next job. is mada of blue t.Iiu inaduo edged blue velvet, skirt, and a wintry aspect is given loathe ,whole by a cuff and peaked blue velvet cap. edged vvi-th the fur, and complet- ed by a hunch pf.fibie, point ing down wards. with (ortolse-shell anti en- buttons. passed 'over a musk- LONDON'S NEWEST FUR IDEA London, Dec. leader In- a new fur. mush is one of this season's, whicn is a Stranger n our midst, Ih In a favorite fur in the magnifi- :ent repertoire of a 'grea', (and is used a? a bordering of ioati inrt other Rurnients. The ikiu tht worker in fur is proved by a set of mush of two dark brown and silver white, each tiny i it-rip of peltry s'Utche rthy hand to. pro- liioe the effect.. The new partiufit mtterna arc aluo a nitirvel of wonder- 'til manipulation, and in mink or mole ire niwcially ..Kttr is so eminently fashioicihlti low tliat many of the materials of Ihtj senson KUnmlalfi it, not inly in hut in nn'or, iiavc chinchilla, iu wool and velvet, and tabby and imita- ions of thn llgor'n slrln. A vnry fabric, imitative of I'ersinn mnb. is to a coat yd skiri costume, tlic. silver shade INVAUD PORT the genuine .Wine ofPottugil produced (ram gripes grown on Ihe ninny tlapei the Rivet Douro. For i( hw been highly recamniended ih (leittanic value hy Medical Profession of It retlotei (he ippelite end tniildi up the convalescenf. Fot uk- hy ife Mmlxm 'Alk lor tovilM Ik. .alstHiil.i.! HU Wine anil Spirit ;