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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta NTH HEKDQUHRTERS I Letlibridge Importer of Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Stationery, etc Altft MY DEAR PUBLIC: Agxn Yule Tide approaches with its wealth of "Coed-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 it reminds us of the GIFT we received on that FIRST Christmas Day. To express this kindly feeling; we give each o her gifts the world over, not in fetish but in humble imitation of the Divine Giver. Now to business. My stock cf Gifls this Season is larger and better selected ever before. I need not quote prices; we understand eaeb other in tbat matter, and my yearly increasing Cbrbtmas trade :s abundant proof that you appreciate my efforts towards giving you PAINLESS pleasure. To enumerate the good things would be impossible as'counting the stars; evza to classify them would be a big waste of midnight oil, for you would probably skip it anyhow. You would rather See for yourselves the Goods and the Prices. COME, THEN, and I will have you just where I want you. J.J. HILL LOOKS AHEAD Chicago, Nov. "Commerce will go her own way even though she must walk, in leg-irons. Why uot .strike them oii and permit, her, lo pursuo hur journey treely to the end'? This single with brilhajicw aud bu.ciucvnviiS the dominant 01 a. tc the lUMiviittuUi' c.u-> u.v uie Audi- torium ton.fchi by J. president oi liie rail- way on "lieci..-1-oc.ty w.t'u Mr. Hill as the ifuest, and oraic.ro: Lh_ dinner by th.s not omy because of his admitted prj.iiunencc in the world o. tra...ic aud tra.de, hut the c.ulj ielt that no o-th-ir mna could present. the of the Cunad.cn argument better th_n he. with continued ap- plttuse and frequently nterrupted with outbursts of applaus" Mr. Hill rose to his subject with and before he had seemed lo .have won every man Tn his aud'encc to h's be lief. V. belli r he 'actually d.d so or not, the speaker p'cture-1 ;n strong, fresh ton.-.s, a striking vrorJ canvas of Chicago's opportun- ity to grow ami expand once the v.vl that rises between this nat'on arid its northern or raised. To erect and ma'irta n i fnn ;tari.i structure .between of th.s wonderful country, Yt; "I'M held to be as inexcusable as .-'.eternng trade stipulations between states of the union. Such agreements and ar- rangements, he said, probably would have made years ago had the constitution of the nation permitted Yet, he intimated, all this would hare twen the sheerest folly. "The situation is not unlike that "existing between Britain un.l the. American colonies before jtbe ev- declared Mr. Hill, "and ev- ery turn of the tariff screw by tha -United States merely creates exas peralion and hardens a 'determinat ion to achieve industrial -nda 5ea even though purch.isrvl at the cost of 'ndustr'al isolation year has a diminution in Canadian desire for reciprocity. That reciprocity is still possible, however; -the railroad president be- is unquestioned, ho ment- ioned as a fp.voring influence the downfall of the Chamihorlain policy In Great Britain, and with k the virtual command of the mother coun- try to her dependencies to make trade agreements wherever possible. 'Then If r. Hill gave some figures in way of his arguments. in 190-1. That on our s.dc uanada docs more business with, the Un.ted Stutesthan any other country save Cfreat. Unt atu and Germany. "it Continued Mr. Hill 1'or OUb.Ueaa UlL'H III O'ljUl COUlltl'ifS to iioiu ii. ib too la'te." Ana lie at this point wnat the nrst prmcipal step bhou.-a tc, ana yt m this manner. "-NO one can go inio this matter, ulSIit.tiS UiuS uuil SCii-itlt-SrESt, out thd.t thi conauniation uxoat to ije is thewtping out oz cuj'Loui houses our noi'tnern in.ni.er and the taere of irey trade. It is the fexiijtjon o! natural law, of interest, oi the common good. Ji the time be not due for that, the least that rt deman-Js is the policy nnd a measure 01 ample rec.prodty. "There cannot be even a until we shali have fixetl in our minds the desirabi.Vty of a free .n terchange of natural products, an--i raw mu.ter.als, gixing to the Xcw England manu.ajturer his fuel anfl the farmer of the western pla.ns h.s lumber, and to the ma.ers of books 'and newspapers everywhere tlw'.r print paper free from the exactions which a needless tar.fl now permits monopoly to impose." Mr. Hill also argued'that as great a boon as the Panama canal vnll to the trade of the country, would benefit the south most nrcl wou'.-l make its greatest drafts of bus'ncss upon the western coast of South America, "which he believed could not be compared to tha vast agricuHura' acreage of the northern country. The speaker also referred to th rapid development of Crntda n- -sa.d one of her most am'.utious pi- Jects Avas thsprojioscd cnnal fro Lake- Huron to St. riTer. have been universally recogniz-td. with the very sul'sUntial result'that he has fveen called to the pastorate of the Church. ALBERTA TO HAVE 7, U THE SIMPLE LIFE. Census Justifies an Increase of Thrc Representatives. The simple life has been advocated for a long time but very few pen I pie livo it. People in high places .usually live, in the most extravagant style but one instance that of tnu late Judge u-ary, une of tlw most Ottawa. N-ov. 2T.-The figures for Siutw. is Saskatchewan and Alberta in the rc- to1 this guueral baint. in cerrt census will give sever, jncntbci-s of ins career tlw to Airjerta and ten to Saskatchewan, Triuune. publishes the foi- A bill will irtinxlucc-d in Parlia ment this session to provide for I'.n- years ago he tired oi creasoc! representation. .wrestl.ng wtth the servant girl pob- ____ and decided to "go it1 alone." IX TRAISE OF CHAMBKF.LAIN'filS COUGH RE5IKDY. the export trarte of Canada to the United fcfnjrdom had risen .ia- 1890 to about IIOXOKF.H HOME. People's Journal. qrsa? cst daily has an article on Ttev. Reid of this city. MRJIV of his frirnds will be pl-ixseri to !osin> 'h'.- S'trces.s of a .Tlamiltnnian >n wit. the llcv. Wm. R.vM. For rrivTny years before ministry-, the subject of our notice was a popular momrwr of ihp grocery staff of the TTnmiltnn Co Operative Society. AsFocintiriT solf with {ho TJantist Church, orod for a t-Jnw in Hi-> of gow, ami occ-isinnnlly filler] much thnt prohat- ionary pu'nrts of mnnv Baptist Churches Tmihurxl with a to ffo Vfl for Cnnafla in vSop- tem-Vr of 1005. Thora. It his a preacher and lecturer except a a work j a week Judge Gary uu'e housewonc at Ontario did th knQw. There is no cvlh3r nwdk-ins Manu street alone. They divided the work factured that has received so mucn boys doing. chonjs_ praise and so many expressions of Judge G-ary alwav cratitude as ChaiPberla-n's front wimljws his Itemcdy. It i.s dTecuvc, and pron.pt the curtains a-t exactly follows its Grateful par every morning. A Vonwmn ents p.vnrvMhtfrn do not nesitate to near the Gary residence wsr.ifv lo its merits for -the. -benefit said to the judge: or others. It is a ccrlain cure for of croui) and will prevent tha attack if are thc Limepical' :riven at the first, appearance of the at o to thc mscase. It is adapted to .sha :n hijj rais; cmldrcn n, .t. pleasant to take and lhc shado and I haven't ever contains nothmc: injurious. Jtr. K. hjm shiver r A. Humphreys. a well known resi rj h.-n h-> rh- _, c ne a process requir- dent and clerK fin the store of m Ur l doout eight minutes. Then, .n n.. T.ock, ot Alice, Cape Colony, nr T tne aia couraccnus Ainca, says: 'I have used T. u T, Kc woman who valked m thc Lhambarlam s Courh Ttemedv to "Htxis iior husband after the wanl off croup and colds in my fain- ,-nirrlUto v, i .1 ,_- T f i had marked him for death 'ly. T found it to lie very satsstuc- v xcailsc of scntcnt.-e of the "rfiv- On Wis way back from the dairy he 'would stop at a bakery and purchase hot rolls for the morning meal. When he arrived home the aged couple j would sit down at a little table 'just big enough for two. Tho that they always had bacon lor breakfast is simply another -instance showing that their tastes were iden- tical. There was no conflict of tastes or desires inside the walte of that old house in Ontario street. After L'reakfast it was the custom of Judge Gary to read tho newspap- ers aloud to his wife. When he de parted for his courtroom. Mrs. Gury did the work of sweeping and d'ist- 5ng. Not infrequently the judge- pre- pared luncheon at noon. He would home, from court and find Mrs. ftary entertaining visitors in the parlor. He would sl.p away to I he- kitchen and the callers would near roise always announces the preparation of a meal, even by the cooks. I "-'m I keeping you from vour the visitor would ask. ".O. no." Mrs. Gary would reoly. judge has just come home and is down in the kitchen pottering about. He'll get himself something. the judge would mush after an Usually he brought homo with -him a basf of bannms purchas- ed at a fruit stand. His nocndav dietary was bananas and mush and mrlk. The even.ng nwal was almusf 81 A COLLF.CF, GIRL. Fho train at a N'orhini? very Rtranjrc in that: Hut a girl was on the platform. With n ribboa round her hat She was fresh nnd sweet pnough to Croze )hc hcrart of any Hut mine eye was first enchanted Ry her liat-bond black and ycllo-v. She'd a tint of milk and roses. Lips, just marie for love nnd Wssos. Ono of the cutest little This of misses. IV! lost thc charms that r.xid.1! my Poor hcnrt fro pvt-a-pat. If she hadn't worn those colors Round her most hat. iiif.de the bed. wou'd pcr- m t his wife to perform this uwk alone. he turned back thc covers of thf> bctl so thut they mijfht well aired. The .iudgy took up his position on one Pklo of the Vxrf. Mrs. Garystood on the opposite side. They tooK out .the under, sheet, shook it. spread it out. and then tucked it in. Then (hoy took up the next piece of cov- and so on, until the work was completed. on tho gocwl oM Whcro tho block nnd yellow floats! Ar.d thc girls who wear't ho colors: On them all I doats arrd doftts. Philogynus. Next, thc judge went downstairs nnd made a fire in the range. If the weather was co'd he also attended to (iie furnace. Mrs. Gary started the of.tmcal to boiling and prcpnnv! the breakfast, bacon. Just before breakfast wns ready the judgw invar iably vrenl to a dairy for milk Years aro he wont 1o t.he hoursc of nn o'd womnn sovcrnl Mocks nnd purcbn.sod (he m-lk. Tho old womnn several years but thc judsre revised to demist from his prnctice. He simply changed his destination to a little dairy oti Hush afternoon rn court fc Ty had a of bill iarda with some old crnnv bpforp Parting for home. Then hn would make a few purchases at a- grocory arsl carry the things home Kc helped his wife with the preparation of the evening meal, wh ch reguiar- ly was by a game of earns. Often friends or "relatives would come in. Then the gome of "sixly- or, "cinch" wotj'd pro longed until midnight. would be a light lunch before going to-'bed. But despite the late hour of. retiring, the in tho fronf. windows vould rise at X o'clock ing, washing dishes, and making beds. Sometimes pedestrians oil Ontario street would meet a gentleman of the old school, wearing tho high of fifty years ago with the black cravat of the days oi Henry Cluy. Judge Gary, the old gentleman in question, would be drawing grandchildren around on tho street in a little cart, lie would st'op ai.d alternately turn his kindly, forciiiul face from the children .to 'the speak- er. His coat of old fashioned cut would he black., and his trousers would -be black ami wrinkled down to his plain, old fashioned boots, lie was conspicuous in a crowd, be- cause of his tall ami often furry silk hat. The judge used to have a shaggy, ugly dog, named Bobo. It was fun- ny 'to some people to see the -trouble When, the judge went home from the judge had with tire noisy oop Whon the judge went home fron court, in the afternoon, the dog always went to meet 'him..Morn I ing and evening-, the -two might b nearly rjti in intorest of cultural scKmcc. Prof. X. E. Hansen. tha South DakotA experimeftt in stituticn of the department of agri- cultTira has found in Siberia a new alfalfa that it is bslfeved will InJ to the semi-arid regions of the United States. The alfalfa. Pro- fessor Hansen has discovered has a yellow flower Of a blue. It is a r.ative of the dry steppes of Sifor- 'A. and grows well xvhem the mcr- falls to forty degrees leto The country is cxooedingly dry And yet the new alfalfa is an excellent plant Prof... Haasen cured seed And it will receiva in' the Mar futtuv by thc ;