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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSDAY, DECUMHEn 1, 1010 Tim DAILY HERALD. PAGE THinTEIW t'dilor of tho Hcrrln, Illinois old Scotland. We were taken up In News was la tho party of American editors that visited last buminer aud what he has lo say about this sity, in one of -coDtrihulions, about (he trip is coui'illmeiilary. This la his Brtfclo At midnight wo took our train and the QCit morning woke up In the pret- ty and enterprising little city ol Lelh- brlrtse; wliero wo werii giveu a real genuine Scotch iveleoino. A baml 'ot XHUes were roarclilng aDout'our train iR'toro we arose for breakfast. the city and set down to one of the best serred breakfasts of the entire re- turn. Journey. Everything went oft or- derly and tho homely feeling Ihoae good Scotch women provided lu their service at breakfast nnd In tho enter- tainment that followed made everyone Hint to stay for a real visit of n week or BO. We were bore In tho midst of a won derful country, allll In the great prov- ince of Alberta. Onu Is not likely lu forget inutn line ot the t'row's Nest route of 1 tho Canadian Pacific railway in the contra of ati extensive coal mining JLslrlct, LcUi bridge hjinun as Hie [nun- cial ceulro and wholesale distributing point ot all the country of Eoiicbcrti ilberU ani lo Cranbrook, 1J. C. tbo Crow's Ncsl I'asij route, li has well equipped public and aeiJiiratt oola; a attractive unti stocked library, rouri IIOIIEC and cuv lonis house. Jo mi ti km lands office, while niiiQ chartered banks Jiavo Ikcir R-orlh. li was great music, uulooscd on ike Keen 'cool air and had playing bag pipes Tor all I hey were brWgc u ]ies tQc unusual comblna- Uon of a well developed and closely (r-i larnilns ami coil mining (n- flavor o; u sharp fuggy', rooming iu duslryi. u- rot oltco you liud the 'aruier and.- the coal miner each ac- Ively QCgagcd in his own business such close neighbors. They can see each other over the so to speak. It is uot intended lo convey the im- pression thai the value ol the coal pro-_ n' j branches Iti l Hay ami alfalfa duct Is crops are produced on Ihc irrigated anilt iu this neifjlilurliCHHl and proved very Tho city Is u division point ol Ihc Canadian Pacific rtuhvay, and in adill-j tlou lo its cheap cojl It has quite a share of iLc of I'LL- natural! gas (iolds ot the The j waterworks, its clr-cirli1 light atid iiow-1 er ant] also Its street railway sy.stem j are municipally owned. II is difficult to recall many cities ol llio size of Lelhbrldge where Hie ivalervorkF. electric light, electric pov.-er, street railway system aud the long distance add local telephone systems are ex- clusively in Iho hands ol the tiuthori- ]f you talk prospects la a Lcth- _ brldgo man, he will loll you of some to tho value of tho agrl- splendid openings. LxllihridRe is Hie cultural product, but rather to draw attention (6 tho close relationship be- tha two.. the three years, 1915-15-17, Lhu coal produce J Jn the Lcthhridge district Is valued, at fourteen million dollars lor each of those years; while ilie wheat aud livestock Industries give ihe value of for each or these three years. One Is favorably impressed with Lcthbridge. ItG'wide streets, its com- modious stores, Its lighting, Its layout and Its huBlling people. It Is a city ol somewhat more than thirteen Baud InhaMLaiiU. It Is situated on the gateway for the mauy thousands of Americans who go up from .Monian.1 and find lioines In all parts of Alberta. "Safe, solid, souud, steady, that's the slogan or motto ot Leth bridge. OXO CUBES JoodneM. Tbef promote voliition, wirtc liMVC, the TiUJ frjuttiooi, ot MIC, far ol Strerigth-builders' Given by the S. S. S. Gob, Coaldale HAY GROWERS' HALL, COALDALE 5th GOOD ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE' REFRESHMENTS SERVED NOT MISS A GOOD TIMR C. N. R. COMMANDEERS COAL ST. JOHN, N. D.f Dec. BTiortago ot coal is being keenly by (he Canadian National Hallway icrc and Ihcy arc now cominaiideer- FORMER GERMANS GET NATURALIZATION PAPERS L'nlercd Canada lu I CANADA STEAMSHIP STOCK TLe following naturalizatlous were approved ot by Judge Jackson at ihc alrlcl court on Wednesday: Ilermau August SooiDjers, farmer, of Magratb, bom in East Prussia, and a subject ot Germany. Entered Canada from llic Stales iu July, Jacob farmer, of subject ol the U. S. Born in Okla- homa aud catered in 1511. lcorse Tatar, merchant, ot tlge. liorti In Itumanla, and a B ol !1013. AJdison IXM Drown, farmer, of Coal- dale, born iu [cr.va. and R subject of c U. .S. Knttret) Caur-dn in I'eter farmer, of SI. Kilda, born In Oermnuy wild suulcct ol Hie V. S. KcicreJ Caoada In He mini larnier, of PRINCIPAL BRUCE TAYLOR Ol Queen's University, Tvho Tvaa one or the sneakers at tho opening meeting of the Inter-Church Forward Morement. !ng from local dealers for This poiver ol confiscation supplies, given hern through nn order-In-council pass- ed some ttinu ago' and, Ihc rale p.ilil .9 the mine price. FIVE-SHILLING NOTE FOR GREAT BRITAIN Britain Is going to have five-shilling noloF, which nt tho present rain of exchange are equivalent lo ono-dollar bills. The present high price of silver responsible Tor their Intro due LI on, and II llio cost keeps al present neight some substitute will have tfa be found for lesser valued cctns. Brooklyn firemen, while fighting a fire'in the subway, broke two windows T.ilued at J35.0QO In a nearby ch'urch wijh streams from the liosc. GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN REUEF Just one trial convinces you Sloan's Liniment helps drive away rheumatic twinges. HY "endure pain when you know Sloan'3 Liniment will re- lieve it" properly? It couldn' remain the. -World's Liniment for 38 years of It wasn't highly beneficial in relieving rheumatic aches, pliff Joints EOre muscles, lumbago, 'neuralgia strains, bruises, exposure to wcafher w Inicrcstint; and Profitable Sun- day Afternoon Address by J. D. Higinholham Mr. J.'D. HiginbotliaTn gave a veri inlercslJng; and lieljiful talk at the last Sunday on the subject of prayer. Mr. Iliginbothani said when we pray we must assume that God is Ticar, and a person as only a person can be addressed as "Thou." lie went on to show how our pray crs had progressed. Comparing the prayer of Samson calling down venge- ance on the Philistines with that of Stephen asking1 for forgiveness for those who were killing him. The sneaker said it hat] been well aid in an.'prays who does not pray regularly anrl no man prays who ly prays' regularly." He further stioweil lliow U was necessary to lie submissive in our >raycrs, and gave-as an illustration .he ease uf a certain woman who pray- ed most insistently that her child would recover Ironi a serio'us illness and would-ask it it. were God's He recovered" but subsequently died on the Eiirrote, Mr. Hlginbolham particularly em- nnaslzeil Ilie fact lhat though many of us supplicate Tew-ever bother to return onyjlhanks when our prayers liave beetMHUSWGred. The speaker, who paid lie had -w eil in a post office for 2S years, said he clasified many prayers in iho same way that lib riseil to classify that mail which didj not person to whom it vvya! Some 'were wrongJy reaJlj- ad- dressed lo Qo3l and some contained results. Ptneiratci without rubbing, leaving no stained skin, clogged pores, mussl ness. A pain and ache liniment thai stands alone IQ doing what it v meant lo rlo. Get a bottle today nn< keep It handy. 'All -druggists, SDC, fOc, 51.40. Made in Cn'nada. LADIES! The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D. E.; LAST-MINUTE SALE WILL 1C THE Best Last-Minute Sale Ever Held j r t Thu Annul Sale has i Great Reputation and a Price Limit of TIME: FRIDAY, DEC. 5th, at 3 o'clock PLACE: K. of P. HALL A bower of enlracing beauty with Fancy. Work Booth, Apron Booth, Children's Bpo'h, Home Cooking, Knitting and Crochet, Candy Boolh, Dolls Pie, Fish Pond, Fortune Telling, Tea Room, An Assortment of Good Wool for Sale. DANCING in the EVENING I FROM 9M TILL 2.00 A.M. Admuim to Dtnce, SOc Each STREET CARS AT CLoAe OF DANCE Fire'Piece Orchestra KEEP THIS DAY IN MIND Muui uriniailaljle that should Hu gave many' instances, in con- clusion, of direct lo prayer. Among them that of a Chinese mis- sionary who, couldn't master the lan- uagc and rras at the point of giving p the work but suddenly overcame 11 his difficulties coincident with Inc at he might do so of (tie tudents oi Knox. College, Toronto. 'Miss Strolle .two pinno solos, ind Mr Denton a vocal solo, both'of vhich were'much eujoycd. Although, these mer-lings v.-crc rlnmrily Intended Cor men ladies arc also cnvited. The next meeting will ie Dec. 71h, at 3 p.m. INVENTIONS STILL POUR IN Forty Years Ago Patent OffFce Thought to be Obsolete Forty years ago when the first At- rmlfc cable had been laid and a de had been Invented that would carry several persons up eight stories -is quickly ns a man could climb that righ, the people of Ihc United States were ready to accept the conclusion ,hat the world was per fed. At least, it" was pcrtcct as frfr as invention could make U. That sentiment even crystallized in an cEforl to abolish tho patent office in Wnshington expensive luxury. Everything Lccn Invented. Why not abolish the office? Even ft casual glance at the list of Inventions filed Jn Ihc patent office during the last 40 years would rcrcal the 'folly or aucli a- proposal. Thou- sands and thousands of Inventions Hint have revolutionized every thing from comforls In ihc home lo aaw warlike methods of .ruining homes, Homo ol the more important inven- tions during that limb arc the wire leas telegraph and. telephone, elevated railway, submarine, automobile, tele- phone, phonograph, llqentgen ray moltij'cyrlc, cinematogrnph and inor Ing picture, color photography, radt urn, incandescent electric light, ma chine gun, torpedo, subway and Hie iiirphno. Many o[ tl-cse have beeTi adapted to war needs, attested bj the bAUle plane, the armored auto mobile, Hie torpedo, smokeless gas mnsks nnd many others. Hut even (6day< thero no lalk o nhollshlig the patent office. Sclcnci Is now regarded as bctng in Us In lancy, UTiincrjard Wflll.ims, of Slephc lownship, was sentenced a I Gorto.ricl (o nine years In Kingston penltcntlar; an outrageous offence against hi IC-yeiir-old OUR Mono Small Profits, QuIcV Returns Before making your Chrlat- mast Purchasei our Rlore and compArG our prices, F. A, ROGERS, 546 13Lh St. K. Blue Car to Door, LONDON, Hcc. A. ada Steamship lines were strong to- day, the market cloi'mj 3 polnls up to SC 1-2, after touvblag the the Flnauclal News sajg, of three; factors, Damely, the movement In ox-. Torsion, bom in (itrrnauy, subject ol change, ivhlch was the least eiTeeVlve, tlie S. Cuna-la in 1013. j the decision to pu: the common stock Gcorse Vorubrouk, farmer, of oa a T per teat, basis anil tne reported ton. foorc in S., and ol tbe negotiations fop the amalsamatlon IT. S. Entered Canada in 1313. j wl'.h the Domlnloa Steel, Nova Scotte Htrbcrl Kllwoul fanner, of Steel and Coal and the Steel horn in llliiiolj. subject of the pans' of Canada, the biggest merger f. S. Entered C'an.-da in isia. 'ever contemplated la lha Domiolon. EVERYTHING IN READINESS Fhat %vill assist you in malting your selection of holiday goods. Merchandise was never smarter than this season and you will find oiir selection large and var- ied, featuring the new things iirst at reasonable prices. WINTER COATS Garments that embody rare skill of tailor- ing and marked originality of style. EVERY ONE THIS SEASON'S STYLES. EVERY ONE REDUCED. Regular for............... Regular for............. Regular for............, Regular for..........'.. Regular for Regular for____........ Regular for Regular for ......._____ Regular for........... A Few of Otir Gift Suggestions, Silk Hose Gloves Lingerie Neck Scarfs Handkerchiefs Skating Sets Neck Wear Hand Bags Silk Underskirts ''Fm-Coat EXTRA SPECIM --IN-' SILK Here Is a dearieff line of silt made' in. pood stylos "from suci materials aa talfeL-i georgette crepe, crepe de rtilne and poplin. come in. hlack nnd-colon, A final to number ot odd dresses which hnve become and slightly eollcd from handllns. Regular fo 123.00 and J3QXJQ. Special Uiia NEW SERGE DRESSES THIS WEEK WEEK-END SPECIALS 1.00 DRESS FABRICS An assortment ot dreaa fabrics-such .35 popllna, also plsiln Olid weatai sullnSfe for odd skirls for ideal niatcrlnls for chiltlrcn'a wear for school, regular ?1.EO yard. Week End Special, yard MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS The last of seyeral good selling lines ot Men's Flannel Shirts. Made from Btrlped Coy. Ion flannel which ivashcs nnrt will not ohrlnk. NoL nil sizes but n real bargain If your size- is here. Regular !2 50 lo T3.00 value. 1 ftA Weok End Sncclal PLAIN SHEETING 500 yards of ffood qnalily Bleached Sheet- Ins In 72 Inch width. This la an Ideal clolii for ordinary use, and Is easily worth.85c lo Cft- OOeyanl. Week Knd Sr-eclal, yard..... DUC 12-4 FUJfNELETTE BLANKCTS "v -Your ellhef', grey or of fhcsa extra big; Oannolette blankets -or Soft flno hoavy finish, frea from any Imper- 'fccllona, Tho same quality, lhat sells k PA Mr Week- Social, pair (ashionwl silk hose In black, chani' pngnc, grey, bromi and while, Jlatlo Trom puro silk And a line lhat .will EITO real FnH of slzca. Worth J2.00 pair. WccX 1 f f BndSiwclal ,v..v. .s i.JJ MEN'S UNDERWEAR A big reduction In prlco In lila good heavr rllihcd imJcrwc.lr.'Marto well, and su.'labln for real winter weather, sizes 36 In 44. Kegnttr ;i.GO to value. Week End Spetlal, ftrt each l.UJ PHONE 1251 PROMPT DELIVERY CORKEOT DRES3 FOR WOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY FIR8T ;