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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TWE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP ThiirHdny, Jteotmilwr 7, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1107 W. A. DineWr T. W. Editor JOHN Manage' Thi Htnlt1 Publithlnj Co., Ud., ivery ivinlnj at offics, Sixth Strot, Lithbrldjf, Alk.rli, Can. PMQMC PHONE: Rwrlori.l, and circulation Nawa Dipt.- Job Dipll 1324 1232 OAlLr1 iUiSCRIPTION I dellv'M'Ml l by mal! J rsIS IfS 1 mouth delivered 35c.. 1 uionth. by Addresses changed as often aa desired, but liotli new and old id- dresses must ue THE WEIKtY HfHALD Published every Wednesday in eixht or aud contains summary of the news of tile local and districL 1 year In advance .....Il.UO j y mouths In advance ..-50c. C mo u t lit; In.advmice 75c, THE DAILY HERALD Croat Drur, Book, ton, J.S. Kokin- j son Co.. .facksou A; Cope. j Alexandra I'eoiilt't Drug Store. t Co., R.W. j Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell. L. .McCrea. Bros. .Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Seal. FOR 1ALE AT Hat-UM. Nortlum Cr'ankroofc.' I. Atcliinson. 1.. Relnecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Viricouvir. C. World Nawa Co. ft Brown 219 4tu St. Spokant-The .1 million New Co., 705 Riverside Ave AIM en all C. P. R. Tralna OUR POINT OF VIEW DOOM Vote fur Hie street railway nml li- brary bylaws. luiTiili for Archie McI.tT.ii. ilic man who sets things. Ttu> blij brtilKo neur Uimucmd, Cuy '111 bi'iuK of dollars In Ibusliitixi; to l.tnhbrlditf. All aboard for the boosters' excur- sion. Ket'i> you i' eye on Cumiuctor IMt'l; out one or two bright men like Herb Skeith, ;uul give them a clmnuti at the aldermanfc board. The railway policy siummueed by Premier Slfton is well designed to con tribute viM'y to the up- building of Alberta. Mr. Mlcheiier still tilings with a ti- delity worthy of u bettor to ex- ploiter Clark, of Kansas City. Why? The victory of Regitta over fh? railway companies in the matter of discriminatory freight rates will help ii-i the whole West. Weil done, Kn- Tlio burning of-three colorcri In (ieoi'pla they to own land u dlpgrt io (.ivllizatlon In thit! jimT of tlu -.vorld A .more Hendleh and Itthuinti.t dre. would.be hurd tu '1 lie runiUion of feel ins lu Authin could by ihipulnn them to Korl, Wtl-: Ham. Any Tamer or Of farm.; nm who can load ou Grsil Xortheni trucks in Manitoba, which i 'Is la good; cvadlUoi, Md free from I fronted grain, can do the same tiling." Here are other instances: "fterL (.Manning, a farmer, living ioutboa.it of Mather, hauled five him- drei] of barley to the Ameri- can niarkeL, paid the duty, and clear- ed eighteen a bushel over the Canadian price. "Charles Masters, s neighboring farmer, paid duty, on four loade, ami aliil realized S15 over the Can idian prices." It was a.ttock phrase during the re- cent election campaign that the re- moval would cause n levell- ing down of and consequently the Canadian farmer had'nothing to gain. Those who are of ibis way of thinking ire of tho game menlnl cali- bre who saw In the nl reduction of machinery H disaster to thoiie who their living by hand.libpiv policy-IRJ a nhnrt- sighted one. If It pay.i to export bar- ey and obtain A profit, in spite of a hpW.IHi, that there Is.still a liscreyancy in the Cansdlnn and Am- erican Why is there not a eveH'ing: eccorrttng io (he theory of heae political iot H of demand for a nom- modlty any difference In its vsliif.? If Is neither the pro- dncer nor wko tveecfHs a refltricte-d Useful and Appropriate Gifts Our Stock ofXrnas Goods is so Very Large and Well Assorted that it is Impossible to tell you all about it, but a visit to Our Store will prove to you that we surely have the finest display of Christmas Presents ever shown in this City. A Few Suggestions From Our Many Lines Suitable Gifts For Ladies Toilet cases. Manicure scls. Hrush and comb sots. Bbony Koods. Parisian ivory goods. umes. Perfume sprays. Handbags. Hooks.- Kancy stationery. ;Krt brass. BraaB Photo Frames. Brass candle-sticks. Uather photo frames. Prayer hooka. Cameras. Writing casca. For The Things that Will please young Folks .Military brushes. Shaving sets. Shaving mirrors, Surety razors, Smokers' sets. Ash trays. Tobacco1 pouches. Pi-pea. Cigar canes. Cigarette Pocket flasks. Musical instrnmcirts Cameras. fRookB. Pipe -racks. Necktie racks. Rocking horses. b'xpress wagons. Vcibcipedes. .Mechanical 'toys. Magic lanterns. Post card reflectors. Ulocks. Games. .Musical toys. Do I It. Doll hoiraes. Doll cradles. Doll carriages. Teddy bears. Animals of all kinds. Picture books. THE CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE tIKcEOMUND WALKED, C.VO., LL.D DC L, PHIIBINT ALEXANDER LAIRD, QCHIRAL MINAOM CAPITAU REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES laeued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which; to carry money when .travelling1 negotiable everym'here, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. The chequei issued in denominations of and AJM and may be obtained on application at the Bank, In connection with itq Trmellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to those to which will be sent free to an; one applying for it, Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse. Mgr. Every Single Article has been Carefully Selected, and whe'her it costs you 25c or you may feel assured that you are getting full value for your money THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. OUTER DARK Info the oitlerdarkneei I go. Tile outer where MIR great winds Mow atrftches of" the moaning i Alone, alofye, with none to fluccor me. 0 loved and lopt, when on th% morrow nlrti Tbou the cup of All' Hltllt, Hmile Hdly tor t bretth, and tnink of me In oilier darhnMs on .the reatleii sea. It ma) hi tnat God nith subtle Gnnti me tk'at momrnt to behold thy A-lltbt within the outer dark Io me. A light and beacon sohbins ucii. Lewlgohn in Smait Set Hindlcipped "My Ulirlstmas said the clerk. "I'm doing b> staaes Because the bouee for wbicb T work. odva'nce me three wages' Doing ''Mamma, .the Smltb's lire in the icn'n "I think I should upe 're- Tommy "Well, -they reside In the town where we moved here, don't PERRIN-n. GLOVES ;