Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
TH� LETWBRTDOE HliRAlJ^. SHNTH CLHUS' HEHDQUPiRTERS Leth!>ridge, MY DEAR PUBLIC: Importer of Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Stationery, etc. Taber, Alta. Agxn Yule Tide approaches with its wealth of "Cocd-wIll" between humanity of all classes in every clime. Scoff at sentiment as we may for 364 days, not one of us but welcomes the kindly feeling engendered by the advent of Christmas Day, for it reminds us of the GIFT we received on that FIRST Christmas Day. To express this kiridly feeling w^ give each o her gifts the world over, not in fetish but in humble imitation of the Divine Giver. Now f busittets. My stoet cf Gifts this Season is larger and better selected than ever before. I need not quote prices; we understand eaeh other in that matter, and my yearly increasing Chrittmas trade -s abundant proof that ycu appreciate my efforts towards giving you PAINLESS pleasure. To enumerate the good things would be impossible as counting the stars; even to classify them would be a big waste of midnight oil, for you would probably skip it anyhow. You would rather tee for yourselves the Goods and the Prices. COME, THEN, and I will have you just where I want you. Santa Claus' Headquarters The lecture Framer J.J. HILL LOOKS AHEAD Chicago, Nov. 10.-"Commurce will go her own way even though iriio musi walk in leg-irons. Why not Htrikc them oil perimt her to puntuu hur journey ireeiy to the end? This single utterunut! syuHoOii^'Ml with brilliance and i>u.ciac>.n.2:38 the doimnani note oi a i>,>>�uch dji.vcr^ii to tJte uiii$i'�.huiiu c.u � iixti Auditorium toa.^ht. tiy oaiiiua ^. president of ilio v^iv^l ..or^litTu raii-vney on "Kocii loca.. w ;u ^^u^tijMla !..agragB>reiita wiierever possible. 4Tii�i Mr. H;ll gav� some fliirures in til* way of clinching his arguments. Ife wid: ' TkMt the export trade of Canada . to the Vnitwl Ictngrdom had rlseri ^ttom .544.000 i�18M to atiout $110,000,000 in 1901. That on our s.tle Canada dofss moi'o business with the Uw.teU Statesthan any other country save Oivat iinl -am and Genuani'. ��Jt reujaius, ' conlinueci Mr. VAll for uua.ucaa lU'on la .voLii couiuri'*s to ltt,�e UuiU ueiurj il, is too lalu." Ana lie asKeU ait this point waat the nrst prmoipal suop .shoa.r. "xHO ojMj can Ko "ii-o this mutter, dism.bs uias aua sun-intereiiit., w'ah-out itOiMv.a^ ibtit ihd con.3uuui,tiun most to DO w.sb.;d is thewiping out ul uuo'iutu houses alun^ our noi'tnern iri.ni.er anii the escttoi.shinent taaie of ausoiuie iree trade. It is the sug-jjeaiion oi natural law, of bus.noss interest, OI the common good. It the time be not due lor that, the least that it tlcmanas is the policy and a measure of ample rac.procity. '"Ihere cannot be even a ijojjmn.nij until we shall have li.ved in uur niiinds the desiralii/ity of a free .n terchange of natural products, aii-l raw mu'ter.als, gi\ing to the New England manu actuivr his (uei and the farmer of the western pla ns h,.s lumber, and to the ma ers of L-ool^s and newHijapeis everywhere tht'.r print paper free from the cxaoUon.s which a noerllcss tar.tl now permits monopoly to impose." Mr. Hill also arcjuad �^h.xl as great a '^oon as the Panama c.inal v-ill bi' to the trade of the country, would bcn.�fit the south mo.si an'.l woul 1 make it.s greatest drafts of bu.s'noss upon the western coast of South America, "Which ho believed could not be compared to the vast agHcuMura' acreapo of the northern country. The speaker also referred to th rapid development of (^rnada a-sa.d one of her most am'bitious pi Jccts was theproposed conal fro Lake Huron to the St. Lawr.'n river. have been universally recogniz..!d. with the very sulstantial result that he has tteen calle^d to the pa.storato of the Lathbildgo Church. TilE SIMPLE LIFE. I. ALnKUTA TO liAVK 7, MEMIi'EUS C'..nsus Juaiifios nn Increase of Three Reprosei.tat^ivcs. Ottawa, Nov. 27.-The figures for SasUatohewan ami A Iberia in the recent census will give seven monntaurs to Alfjerta aird ten 'to Saskatchewan. A bill will l>o irvtroiducc'd in I'arlia -ment this session to provide for i'm-ci-easod representation. IN PRAISIO OF CHAMBERLAINfnS COUGH RKUl!a>V. iiONoiusi) \r HOME. TNJopIe's �Tournal. CJIasgiw'q great eat daily has an artScIc on Hev. Wni Roid of this city. Man.v of his friends through juf Iynni.r!?.''h're will bo pl-aseil to Icurn '>f fh^ success of a Ilamilfonian in HinTln,-io wit. the Rev. Wni. R.^'ld. Tor many years before entering �h� mini�tr,y, the subject of our bri'*f notice was a fJopular momhor of �hp groonry staff of the ITamtltop Co -Operative 'Soclet.v. Assnclntfrnr h'm self with the Itapti.st Church, hn .bit-orert for a time in th'" s'iim�i of GIjip-gow, and occnsinnaMy n"ntl with much accfsptflno'! dui'n'' that probationary prrlod th-" ini'tWts of mnnv Fiaptist ChurchpR �hroiiphoiit Lanark, ehlre. Imibued with r dnsira to fen a^roftd. h'� Ipft fnr Canada in 3m>-tem'^er of 1005. There. It wwins. his Ah'JUin as a preacher and !eetur.:!r There is no cth-.r ui-.'dlc ne Manufactured tha't has pjceivod so much praise and so many e.xpro.isioiis of �ratitudo as ChamberlalTi's Couath Uenicdy. It is elTecMvo, and proP'pt rel;..;.' followH its use. Grateful par -Bnt.i others. It is a oor:ain euro for croup and w.U ppevcnt the attack if iriven at the first appeara'nce of the di�:tt.se. it is especially adapted to i-mUlron ns .t is pleasant to take and 'lontains nothinK injurious. Mi*. E. \. llumphreys, a well known resi -dent and clerk In the store of Mr. E. Lock, of Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, says: "I have used Chamlxsrlain's Coujrh Itomedy to ward off croup and colds in my family. I found it to l� very satisfac-ory and it gives mo pleasure to > omniond It. For sale by All Drug gists On Wis way back from the dairy he Would stop at a bakery and purchase hot rolls for the morning meal. Whon The simple life has been advocated he arrived home the aged couple for a long time but very few pen i would sit down at a little table pie live It. I'eople in high plac.is just big enough for two. The Tact usually live, in the most extravaga/it that they always had bacon mr style but one instance that of tfw breakfast is simply another instanco late Judge tiary, one of ih^ most "bowing that their tasties wet>j iden-promin.ut judges in thu States. is *�al. There was no conflict of tastes oi-i-ostd to this general hai^ii. In ^' f.Qiud r^'mi.n.sc.eucti� of his canwr thxi house in Ontario street. Chicago 'irioune publiabea the fol- lowing; After Ircakfast it was the custom 'li.".rteen years ago he tired oi o' Judge Gary to read thc newspap-wresthng With the servant girl prib- aloud to his wife. When ho d�-lieiii, and decided to 'go it alone." P�rted for his courtroom. Mrs. Gary For ihii-teen years, with the except - work of sweeping and dust- ion of the aid ot a work wouion infrequently the judge prc- iwice a ueek Judge Gary and uiio l>s��d luncheon at noon. Ho wouhl did the housewora at 3(iy Ontario '�'^'"^ home from court and find Mrs. street alone. They divided the work '^'^fy entertaining visitors in the like boys doing chores. parlor. He would sl.p away to I ho Judge tJary always came to tne ''^chon and the callers would near front windows in his nightsh.rt und rattling of stove lids and the raised the curtains at exucti.y live always announces the o'clock every morning. A wor�^* ��".�^''y P'""" " The judge used to have a shagg.v, ugly dog, named Hobo. It was fun ny to some people to see the tixjutalc When the judge went home from the judge had with the noisy aop When the .iudgo went home fror court- in the afternoon, the iirI dog always went to meet him. .Mor.n i ing and even'ng, the two might b wont to the house of nn old womnh several blocks aw.iy nnd purchnsort tho nrlk. The old womnn died several years ago, but the judge rofiisod to desist from his practice. lards with some old cronv before tarting for home. Then he would I make a few purchases at a- groujry and carry the thing.s home. He helped his wife with the preparation of tho evening meal, wh ch regularly was followed by a game of cards. Often friends or'relativcs would coine In. Then the gome of "sixt.y-three" or, "cinch" woud be pro longed until midnight. Then thor.. would be a light lunch before going to 'bod. But despite the late hour of retiring, the curtains in the front, windows vould rise ato'clock De.Tlers sty thi* thris' who have u.scd f.'hanr'vsrlain's Stnnmch jnd L.ver Tab'Ms are ou'lo loyal to them and mn nn't '-.-> '>.>rsiiatle'd to taVo nny su'bgtitute. Ge-t a troa sam-jile at an.v drug'g'ist.s and give them a trial and .vou, too, v-ill wantihcm in preference to nny othor. They cure Btomach t.roulics, biliousness nnd const ipat'on. One of tho largest coal land deals and one which vnll have a very important bearing upon the future of the Elk Valley,* Wiw consummated a few days ago, when tho e.xtcnsivo coal lands held by the Elk Valley were disposed of to wealthy Minneapolis capitali.sls. The deal *vaa put ihrough by W. li. Rossw M.P.P., K. C. of this city, one of the original owners, who gets a fat comm'ission for his services. The new company, which when organized will be known as "Tho We�-uin Canada Davelor'mient Co.* wiU he oontrollcd by F. E. Kenaston. O. A. Uol>epLson of Minneapo.ls, F. C. byr.ch and cthar capitalists. Th(j holdings that have been pur-;hasBr-L.vnchburg and one mile north of and grows well wherfl tho mor-Lawyer's depot. Philip Schuyler, a ^*"y *^ '"'"^y *�rees helow '.eto retired capitalist of New York, who T*�e country is exoaedingly dry and was among the killed together, wi'h yt the new alfalfa is on exoollent ether gueets of Mr. Spanoer. only 'orage plant Prof. Han*an ho* ae-Mr. �p��c�r'� private eecwtary. K. ���red the seed and it will receive a A. MerrUl of New York, and on* of the three portws survived th* ao* thorough tm in' the oMir futim by the departoMBt.