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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta '' r� _  the Lis-mnmnrtE mural*. SHNTH CLHUS' HERDQUHRTERS Lethbridge, Importer of Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Stationery, etc. T&liCl% AltSL 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 Day, for it reminds us of the GIFT we received on that FIRST Christmas Day. To express this kindly feeling w give each o her gifts the world over, not in fetish but in humble imitation of the Divine Giver. Now t business. My stock 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 Christmas 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 see for yourselves the Goods and the Prices. COME, THEN, and I will have you just where I want you. Santa Claus' Headquarters The Picture Framer J. J. HILL LOOKS AHEAD Chicago, Nov. 10.-"Commerce will go her own way even though who must walk >n leg-irons. Why not Htr.Ku them o.i o^id perm-it her lo pursue her journey iree.y to the end? This single utterance syiiiwOii^vl with brilliance and buci.ic.tt.---B the dominant note 01 a a^rcveh djt.tcr.u to the ujui'�.nutii~a u.u Uk tile Auditorium ton.tohi uy president oJ in. -i.-... ...-.aera railway on "lleci, .wC.t.. �i ,�i t,n-da. Mr. Hill h_u .*vn w.v.um us the guest ami oru^i ~. J\. .....i mb^h* dinner by th.s ji>n /...ion uot on.y because of his admitted pru.uunenco in the world o tra .ic and trade, !>ut because the c u . lelt that nj oth-tr man could present the a ..rroatlve nide of the Cunad un p> i.irocity argument better th_n he. IteoMved with lcn' i- ho actually d d so or not, the spoa'or p inure.I n strong, iresh tons, a striking >vord cam us of Ch cagn's opportun-ty to grow and expand once the ��� I that riBes between ".his nation end Its northern nei^h or i- ra'sed 'o erect and ma nta n i)i"Md.n^ tarl.t structure between i'-tuns of th s wonderful country, m t l held to be as inexcusable as deterring trade stipulations betwe-.n status of Uio union. Such agreements and arrangements, he savld, prol-ably would have won made years ago had the constitution of the nation permitted Yot, he intimated, all this wo-ild have been the sheerest folly. "The situation is not unlike th>U 'existing between Great Britain unl the. American colonies before the ievolution," declared Mr. mil, "and every turn of the tariff screw by the -United States merely creates cxns -Deration and harden* u "rkaorminat -Ion to achlo%'e Industrial .nda cadence, even thotnih H io purchase*' at the cost of lndustr al iso1at'i:n Each vonr has s->en a diminution in ��h? Onntd'nn dos'.re for reciprocity.' That reciprocity Is still possible, however, tho railroad president )w-Heves is unquestioned, and ho mentioned as it favoring Influence tho downfall of the Chamihertaln policy In Oreat Britain, and with It the virtual command of tho mother country to her dependencies to make . trade agreements wherever possible. \Theo Mr. 11.11 gave some figures in the way of clinching his arguments. 11* Mid: That the enport trade of Canada to the United kingdom had risen from 18.044,000 la 1890 to about $110,000,000 in 1001. Thut on our h.uo Lunadu does morn business with the Lined Statesthun any other country suvo Great Unt -uiu uud Uenuuny. "it remit,ns, continued Air. L'.ll ' lui uus.ucss LiK-ii in ..uiii louultvs lu tu�u lluiu ueioi'j il i.-i coo itiie. Aim lie iisKeil tit Hi's point waul the nr&t priiK.pai step .-.liou..i tc. ana una .it-red �.no that ihj coitouuuttion most to lie m.ahed is thewipiug i.ul oi vuaiuiu hou^vb aion^ our uoi-ltturu ir,.n�..er un.J the e.sN.awi.sluiK.'ix. tuv-re of uuttO'Ute live trade. It is the ->ag-fcesi.cn oi natuml luw, of Iju-*.iicm-> mterebt, o( the common good. li tho tune be not due lor llnti, the least that it dciuan-jm us the policy >vnd a measure oi amjilu reu procty. '"Ihere culinot be o�en a i.Ojj.nn.n^ until we shall have fixed in oui minds tho desiratii.lty of a free ,n terchange of natural products, mil raw mater.ai-i. giwng to the Xow l^nglund manu a.tuivr bi.-i fuel r.nil tho dinner of llu- western pin ns h.s lumber, and lo the ma ers oi i.oolv.s and neubjUjiers ewr.\�hei-e the,'.r print paper nee I nun the exactions which a needless tar II now permits monopoly to impose." Mr. Hill also urriii-il hit us preat a I'oon as the I'annm.i c mil will I,,-to tho Irnile of the country, ivo-ild ben.jftt tho south m.isi ,,n-l wou' I make its greatest drufts of bus ni.-s* upon the western const of Souili America, "which In believed could not bn compared to tha vast nirrirul>tur.i' actvapo of the northern country. The RpcnUcr also roferred to th rapid development of fVn'ida a-sa.tl ono of her most nni'iitious pi Jects was thoproposed cnnnl fro l-^tke- Huron to tha Kt. Lawrii river. have Uvn universally recogrjiA-d. with the very sui .stantml result that he has Imvii laihsl lo the pastorate of the l^'lhl'i'id-je Church. AL.ni-.UTA TO IIWK 7 MliMIViiltS C'. n.^us Juwt.fios nn Increase of Three U.-preset, tat'ives. Ottawa, Nov. 27.-Tho fiRuro-s fur Siiskatchew-nn ami Alusr.u in the recent census will tiv,a seven numbers to Alfjcriu atrd ten to SusUntchew.in. A bill will lo introducjd in l'nrlui -nieni this session to provide for i'.ii-crvascd ropre.stnintion. llOXOUl-Mi \T IKIMR. TVopli-'s .lournil. filnssjow'^ fjreat est daily hits an nrMclc on Ilev. Win Hekl of this city. Mrhv of his friends ihrouph �it T.in t'1 h're will Iw pi nspil to |p�r� f "h" smcccss of a Ilamiltnnlan In '�"-md'i-to wit. tho Hpv. IVm. H>'iil ''"r nifiny years before enterln-r a^rnnd. h^� left for Canada in Snn-tcmver of 100S. There. It �wns. his ah.Htie> as a preacher and lecturer IX PRAISIC OF CHAMUKRLAlNinS COL'OII HKMIiin. There is no c--h r i -du- no Manu -factiir.-d that has r-ceived so muct praise und so tunny e\pr.-s.sions ni trratitud.- as Chambcrln n's Cousrh Kemedy. It is nlTucttve, and proP'pt rel._-�* follows its u�e. CJrateful pur -ents i>w>rvuh''r her lint-bund black and yoUov. She'd a tint of milk and roses. Lips itist made for love and Manas, Onp of the cutest Utile now�- This disfrsctinscKt of misses. I'd have lost tho charms that r-uvtl.' my Poor o'd henrt f^o p.t-a-tmt. If sho hadn't worn those colors Hound her most bewitching hat Blessings on tho good old college. Where tho blnck and yellow floats' Ar.d tho jflrls who wear the colors' On them all I doats and doats. Philogynua. THE SIMPLE LIFE. The simple lifo has been ndvoc.\lcd tor a lontf time but very few pen  pie livo it. 1'eop.e in high places 'usually live in the most extravagant style but one instance that of tnu late .)udhe dary, one of tlw most proiiiiiicui judges in the Stales, is 0,'i.osed lo this gvneral huoit. in io.i.o ivuuiv.sc.cuccti ol his cai\x-r the i-li.i-a^o triuunu publishes the ;ol-low .tig: i i.i.i ic-en years ago ho tired ol wiesti.ng w.th the servant jjirl pi >b-lem, und decided to "go it alone." Fur thirteen years, w.th tho except -ion oi tho aid of a work woman iw.te a week .Judge Oury und una did tiie housework at iio'J Ontario street alune. They divided tho work liko boys doing chores. ludgo liary always camu to toe front windows in his niyhtsh.rt und raised tho curtains at exactly live o'clock every morning. a workman who lues near the Uary residsncu saitl to the judge: 'The curtans of tho Gary house are tho best timepiece I know. They rise at & lo tho minute. I've sewt the judge m his nightshirt raisinb the hhade. and 1 haven't over caugm him shiver.ng, either." Hi .ii ho dressed, a process roquir nn- about eight minutes. Phen. wt b tho aid of his wlio-tho cuuragcuuH nRfd woman who valked in the Miv-eis with her husband after the .n.ircMsts had marked him for death because of h.s sentence of tho rfay-markot bombt hrowors-Judjjo Oa-y m..enana* and mush ami m'lk. The oven ng meal was almost its simple. 1 After an a'tornoon 'n court He 'jud^o usuat'y had a r�me or MM -lards with some old cmnv he'nrp darting for home. Then ho would make a few purchases at a grocery und carry tho things home, lie helped h s wife with the preparation of tho evening meal, wh ch regularly waa followed by a game of cards. Often frionds or "relatives would come In. Then tho goina of "sixty-three" or. "c.nch" wou'd l*s pro longed until midnight. Then there would be a light lunch before going lo 'bed. Hut despite tho Into hour of rotiring, tho curtans in the front windows vould riso at A o'clock The eminent dlsciplo of tho simple lifo ar.d hia yfifc sometimea were called, the "most devoted couple in Chicago." It wns seldom that Mrs Gary went away, but occasion*!'", the iitdcro, unwilling to miss a tiny In court, aont her away to visit -me of hor married daughtors. oithor Mr� II. T. Darnum of Toledo or Mrs. J. W. Shcahar. of Wlnnetka. While I she waa gone he would keep houw 'alono after an exceedingly picturesque fasbiou, alor.e doiag the cooU- ing, washing dishes, nnd making lieds. Sometimes pedestrians on Ontario street would mevt a gentleman of tho old school, wearing the high built tho nresent house or.- th-1 sd-nf thn older one. Dpniprs s-iv th->� tho�-> who have ttsr-d Chftnv's>rlaln's Stntmtch and L.ver Tnb'pls nro oullo loyal to them nnil rnn not i .- v.rsttad.-vl to ta^o nn.v nubj>tlt.uto. Ib-t a free sample at any drugfrists and glvo thnm a trial and you. too. vlll wantthont in preference to nnv othr. They euro Rtnmurh Iroulles. hiliousnes-t nnd const ipnt'on. citlent. The dead nro: l'l-esident Snitfli-1 Spencer, New \ork; Charfcs U. Fisher. Ikiltlnvire; 1'hilip Schuyler of Xew York; Francis T. itedwood, Baltimore; D. W. Davis, Alexandria. Vn., private dospatchcr to presidenl Sin-nner; .1. \V. Shaw, negro porter on president Spencer's car, v ho died 'n the hospital here, ami un unknown person, whose In-ad and limos were burned ofl short, and is leliov-ed to be the porter on the private car, who Is missing; his name cannot bo learned. UK! COAL LAND DUAL. (Fern.e Free Dress ) One of tho largest coal land deals und ono which vlll have � very import ant bearing upon the future of the Klk Valley,* was consummated * few days ago, when tho extensive coal lands hold by the Elk Valley were disposed of to wealthy Minneapolis capitalists. The deal waa put through by W. 11. Host*. M.P.P.. K. C. of this city, one of tho original owners, who gets a fat conwuisslin for hiB services. The now company, which when organized will bo known as "Tho Wes-e. n Cnnadu Development Co.w w.M bo controlled by F. K. Kenaston. O. V. Ilobertf-on of Mlnneapo'.s. F. 0. '.yr.ch and oth.-r cap talists. Hi.- holdings that have been pur-havsrl by tho Wostern Canada De-oiopnu-nt Co. embraco 45i Bxm.irn uiles, extending for 21 miles up thn Klk on lH)ih sides of tho river. Th-i southern end of this coal area is about Itl nj.lcs north of Michel. Tho coal is cUi'imed by exports to bo n continuation of live coal seams now being oiMi'AU-d by the C.N.P. Coal to. 'I here are somo 2.1 seams of io.il of excellent quality, tho analysis showing It to be of similar totality to tho Fernio article, and fi'st, class for steam and coking purposes KILLED WHILE THEV SLEPT. Lvnch'ntrg, Va.. Nov. 30- Samuel Spencer president of tin" Southern Ha11 way Company and recognized as tho foremost man in tho development of thn sou-thcm states, and six other persons wore Mlled th's morning Hi a rear end collis-iot. between two fafit |>ftssvneto The country is exceedingly dry and yot the new alfalfa is an excellent forage plant Prof. Hansen ha� so-cured the seed and it will receive a thorough toat In tho aaar future by the departaa&t. ;