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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 1910. THE DAILY HEKALD T. S. MMiKENZIE. is sold in air- tight packages to ensure plantation freshness to every purchaser.. The sealed package keeps the goodness, in andContamination, opt. Your grocer sells "Salada." MACKENZIE-The man with no axe to grind; but whose sole ambition is to put forth his every effort for the upbuilding MACKENZIE-The man yno will go into office with no strings on him, no favoritism to who can give proper atten- L. iidii to the duties of the'off ice of mayor.' Work for for MACKENZIE for VTT2 THREE DAYS IN A VILLAGE TAXES special nieefing will be "J held on T-: S at 8 Trades and Labor All candidates invited to sfieak and questions invited D. McNabb ENGLISH COLLEGE May Be EstabUsjife'cLv fey. of Manitoba Dec'. .fpti't'.prrlnr iif- TJie. JDevinc, formerly representative--'for St: I'ege- on--the parkas aims-and-desires-of the; ing. Catholics ,to have a separata- col-'j'-r lego that he represented iler la: Jb'OJiette of practically another .talk with President .Taft atAhe White House; invitation. -.ex- tended through; -Norton, sending -a "brief" letter to the president himself. While other .insurgent lat- terly, not 'oh-.the'..White. Visiting list, have accepted the president's prof "lerTd'O'liv'elbran'icai'.'.to the extent of spondin.gto that they call .on .the-presidents-totals'cuss judicial .pomtments': itie cannot see his, clear to resume, .even the yery formal personal were severed: and Undr.date" bV Dec. 4, it'was learned ;'tonight, Secretary "'Norton wrote a let? that' Vould' see M-; ;i--- .-r. i him for .a, discussion on general ap- pbliitments.-' Instead: of going. to the an., appoint- ment for-a'.conference, whichrhe ad- dressed to the presi'dest -personally. .This letter and" the facts' bearing-on given-out., as a-result of a state- ment, that: the ..president' wrote'-a' very cordial -letter ta-the XVashinstoBUfor winderi sts: Senator ed that no .comnuinicatioii! president in months! "r, Sfe Besides the regular visitors, and pe- we nave' today "several of a different chridless old peas- ant, dragging out .his last-days in des- titution; a very poor woman with a big brood, of children, and' another .1. .think, is Ail' three visitors are' residents" of our own and all come for the same purpose. Taxes.--ace -being gathered Just; before the new-year, and the.old fellow's woman's sheep, and the wealthier peasant's cow have Ail three wish me to shield and'aid them. 3' wealthier peasant "is the .first to. good looking, and weir.alpng. in years.? lie-tells- me that. the. .vilfage -'elder has' come 'to his tlie; coy aiid de- roubles. .'He .needs the money for food, and it should not be coZiected time.-, ask why such. He explains that some one higher, up gave the strictest orders that aJf tax- es.be cle'ared up before tlie new year, including, "But: are you. to i teapOtS _. "What else' can I ioms; his "They j mus: well-to-'dd" :cbvv .hadi been seized) son on 'ine. exchanger-no drives" three Why. shouldn't, ie; And .still he' is. tiying "Weil, leaving-" feim- out of tie tion, JKJW about, the tionlng the .old whose, tea urn j has been carried ._ -J ''They are and :haVVno 'money to give tis. 'But- the .people'- higher up put about thfngs." I ask-hita'ho-w; long this is-tne next to speak.'He 1 ask- hita how long .he. this fellow, poorly fed, position, and what, there; is. in: it, for and poorly cladi Hi's snrief-an'd" amaze-: .'v' His grief- an'd'amaz menfis touching as he tells how the The Senator's, letter of 'senator 'let- nd spoke lor ihe English-speaking Catholics: Dr. Dcvihe read resolu- tion passed a meeting of that "in -wlfich -It .-thai ih the event-r.oC St.-.-Boniface ...college TsrithdraVing jrom "the the necessary "ground1" "should be sitc. lor on- the the erection an- 01 _ j -English-sijeaking Catholic -college Or jresrdoncb''at which the- Er.glish-spea.k- inV Catholic' students in' attendance at thc'uiiiversitv mav reside. stating "that -you jv-oulil :like--to-diseuss wit-h me -certain judicial appointments., "The'ipne suggestion I -would offer' is tiiat in view of the' present -conditions only :'-such .men be would be .certain to the stitution and the. -law with ,-due to. the. interests ofj.the people, elimin-, -.whose legislative1 or judicial. records show. iihem- biased, to wards., special interests or, legal connection .would- teriS' to prejudice iheir. .minds in favor of suca st-j. At: JTBRRORI2ERS IN MONTREAL SENTENCED I j .Montreal, Dec. members 'of ja gang-of-burglars who have been.ter- rortzing residents -and shopkeepers of BROKE RECORD -v 'FOR ALTITUDE Vote for Ashcroft NEXT MONDAY Jas. Ashcroft He is in favor -ot all Contracts for City Work to be let by Tender, but City to Have Preference over the Outsiders. All im- provements for the benefit of the City at large will have his- Support. He favors shorter hours and better pay for City Laborers -north end of-the city, and who i were rounded-up by detectives, were _ jtnis morning sentenced jquet. XTro. WistafC.Sr. and "Wm. Wis-' j taff Jr. and Castor Caron each got years, whiJe Joseph H'ottegotofl (with three years. The gang have rorized the 'north "end people 'for time and when .they were .captured i over a thousand dollars worth of val- i ua-bles was discovered in .their, lair. i'au. Fraa'ce, Dec. cending from tiie aviation fienl here today Leganeux the world's "record, ris- ing ten thousand, four hun- dred and ninety-nine feet. The Frenchman landed half frozen .after remarkable drop. He- used a Bieriot monoplane." I am He' seems; to guess myjuffspdkeir question .how lie can be.a-partyVto su'chfan-ai- j-rair. "I am .considering The the? ?i. of.-sin it puts upon'the 1 .tie -tows, and the tea I "Yes, sir, of .'office will .name a, .day. .for a public They'll 'their ;share -oat n I .office to- I'eani more a b o u f-v f tax cboHfecting, to .tells me ''that there, .are. -seven kinds of taxes, -back dues are now being front' tKe peasants] tax, land .tax, insurance.' overnment, tax, "provision, duesj' provi_5ion -capital in" pia-ce of on the' roads, district tax, .village .-.The- chief tells- the -same, story as elder. orders, frorbt: the authorities 'higher-: si-ble for 'this harshness. The'" chiej realizes that- tax payingiisf a .hardship to the .poor, -but not as ikee.nly as does 80 tax gatnerer. had-come to him, and taken his samover, demanded three seventy wh'ich' -has no.t, and Qannot. get anywhere. kind of tax is 'knows J Government 1 how can J get the mon- ey; with my old woman to just able to live as it is. What kind of -Pity .our-.old- age; help promise to do .wnat I. can. I turn the woman, who is ill-nourished and worn -with suffering. I know her. -She has a drunken husband and five child- ren. got my sheep. They, come say: 'Give us' the money.' I say. 'My man is out 'Give 'Where will I they take my She bursts out .weeping. I go to the elder, an intelligent looking, powerfully -'built peasant, with beard, just turning grey. I v "i "T" T1 T1 "T1 Tue now concrete, aam built by thei Kodonck Mnnroe of East Williams Dominion government at Hetlstone i wil "15 feel off a .beam in a barn and is completed. jwas very seriously iiurt MY i. Treat- all patrons hack. tn.it- tnev come same 2. Keep the best; ami Ji-ighest giuidc of at the "lowest possible profits. 3. All -roods plainly marked and the price to every patron.- When a special sale-is. on sell goody-at half profits. 5. Courteous treatment to all patrons'alike. 6. A determination to make this novr popular .stove a.howling success. 7. A firm belief thai; it can be done. Those patron this store troai now till the New Year, will receive 10 per cent, off all purchases. The Crosby Shoe Store PERCY CROSBY, PROP. Next door'nortfi of Bentley's. FLOUR MILL MACHINERY When in..need-of'anything in the milling line, we would be glad to quote you on the goods we handle. have in stock here a number of flour mill machin- ery bargains, second-hand, re-built and guaranteed. Full description and prices on request. THESTUART CO., LIMITED 764 Main St., Winnipeg. -head of the 'Zeinstov, still higher up, talked alittlej afterward, lias any feeling for lie poor'.in their distress.'.-.This'-offi- ber of the province -lit- ,Ue. of-the And lie ,did .'not11. quesV iustice his office As" nor ,the .views" of th'e governor on, thisr matter of gathertag" taxes. (so essential to needs of the'people-who'iwat'ch' over! -the- good irof; JJie ihat j iie was free'from this'mat-j nrns.v.cpws ;.and: lin- ens t'rpm the p'obr, He'dia .At was good. J lint the ministers-of .state and-.those who govern-'our traffic' in and finally those" who ;are to hard labor, to death by .the taese state.-an'd their aids are firmly convinced and the sheep, and the linen, and the cows- taken-from put-; to the 'best and highest use. in the male- ing of the liquor wni en the people, and in the "building" of prisons and not the distribution, -of their value in salaries among the-ministers aids-to decorate their parlors, buy gowns for tneir wives; pay for -pleasure trips and amusements, so indispensable as a relief from the weighty 'burdens of government which they bear..for the good of a rude and thankless people. MUST GOLD Lisbon, Dec, of fman- Ices will issue a decree. Dec. 15th" call-j Ing for the payment of one-third of all custom duties in gold. The Duke! of. Oporto publishes the announce- ment that he intends to" pay all. his debts in Portugal. It is believed that King Victor -Emmanuel of Italy is ad- the necessary funds in order to avoid scandal. 4 is our Phone number. All j L_ Goods sold by us guaranteed of absolute prompt and quick ship- ments. cew y Telegram or 'mail receve AND Don't throw away your old tires or lubes, however bad they are. Automobile TIKES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE A REPAIR WORKS 331a Eights Ave. Christmas i JNewY FAKE pJNE-THIRD Tor the 'Round Trip THE Between "all stations on ih Lioe, Port Arthur to Vancouver andjSii .intermediate branch.lines. t i Tic'lcets on sale December to January "2, final return January For further apply to S. B. MITCHELL Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridgc, Alta. immwu Vine ft iplfit Oo, 4O7 2nd Ave. S. P.O. Bok 628 ;