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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TII13 LETIIltltlDGE IlliKALI) Saturday. 1011. THE FOOT TOGGERY The Classic Shoe for the Classes Leads in looking after the Children's welfare in up-to-date Footwear. Solid Goods with honest values. Let our 'MR. I W. NELSON, who is a can- didate for School Trustee, help look after your children's Educational welfare by electing him to the School Board next Monday. Your individual and united support greatly appreciated. The Classic Shoe for the Classes J. Nelson Give the Boys Warm They Will Get Out in the Open And Keep in Good Health 7E'llave built San'ord luvrnile Clothing to meet the.rf- quirements of Sturdy Western Boys. Every Style of Coat is Made Perfectly, both inside and oat, every stitch true, every button firm. They are Made to Fit. are Extremely Warm and Comfortable, and give Splendid Wear. Our Special Boys' Overcoats for Fall is of Correct Medium Length, with or without Velvet Collar. Our Pea Jacket is made either Plain or with Canadian Navy Sign .on arm. Both Garments are made in .Tweeds, Friezes and other Good Materials. ASK-YOUR CLOTHING MAN FOR SANFORD CLOTHING IV. E. SANFORD MFG. CO. LTD Hamilton MANUFACTURERS WinnipSK China devolopcd; but bofior tlnn these (itialrik'.s are warshtps on tho Mexican const and linnj-'j in The greatest kind of Christmas present clniria. is up against a pushing. ;id- tliat is not content I (ioina. Tliui is why of peace, Kuroi milttant. If China wore victorious in a bloody ami war she would gain iinmeasiireably osilnmtlun. We have the sympathy for Cliimi ihat (tea iyom lo wri have for a flock of -.'or'jOOiUk'UO pound? between i about the snmo roasmi. Ceylon's expoii; For a hundred years China has been ;from ni, 78 00o.OOO. Part of Kng- bulldozed by every bandit -that owned muuwl ,u rk.llt lor could borrow a gun. And when the dja rQgL Am] apium world drives Chimi'lo arms, as it vvlmt it makc in doing as fast as it can. uiid we have (Ue substitution of -the China militant, inswad of iapan' bol- cheap for opium. lip-em, may tho bent man Manchus 'Privileged Race vv'n- Xow consciousness grows daily v.hat And Uie Chinese is inherently the ttlc nomj'mil ;iru M.-nielms umJ the Chinese cm oK his quo, and he i......- have to separate and li vj will tho easier think in terms within uMllwl Big Siick and the -Mailed Fist. jcities; (5) san-ieons; (lil Chinese Afraid ui Koreigners every official document be pub- There ara many Europeans in China, n-shecl itl Maiit'Iiu and Chinese, al- wh0 'look and net like brutes; and though Mnnchu has become a clasai- they ure as ignorant us they arc- brut- cal tongue, and less than -ten per al. China is afraid of them, for she cent, of .Manchus are able to apeak is helpless. But every attack on'tlw it, let alone write or read it: IT) Cua- foreigner during the last century has turns, such as the peculiar coiffure 0'? been preceded by an act of aggression' Manebu women and their natural fuei. on -''he part of the foreigner. The QUt Chinese had been ruled by Uhlneso are the most peaceful people t--------- reason rather than violence, and as in the world, they are the Quakers of j soon as the Mani'hus had restored the east, and the easies-i: to get along -peace throughout the country the Chin with. They are the most free fisted ese, always responsive and good I.u- _ settiod back into ibeir old ways of ponce ami con'i'Inued to make their horizon their 'family and "V-iv village or town, into which they ivere held by imunnerab'ie of un'seirish- people On earth. Europeans are tight when compared them. We.cliarge it against them that they remain isolated. China was a mighty nation when Europe was "a savage, jurat. Why should China turn to Eu- ness and self-sacrifice. Chlna Has Assimilated Nations The Chinese are exclusive, we are told. Is it a crime? At least I iiecd- ed no passport. to enter China. The Chinese have assimilated as many na- tions as Russia bus, and the end is 'rope? Now, thai she has, now that she is whatldoes it mean? That she hates Europe, and seeks to discov- er how it is that Europe can bullyrag her. She is sick ..of being bullied by every dog that barks. _______ __ __. One lias to' souk up the Chinese not yet. Modern armed politics may point ''-of view ife) order to appreciate j intervene, but. China, was. in a fair way certam 'instance, that hoi-. -Jo absorb Tibet, Mongolia. Covea. hur- low mockery, the Open Door in China, ma. and Indo China. Yes, and will do for the door is held -open by people it yet within one hundred years. who close their own. What a ghastly Meanwhile she will have joke, for jig oi'i.thi United States to herself. Young blood must, replace talk of tffe open' clour "iii Manchuria, the decrepit fatherly system of rjov- we who make a specialty of tariff eminent. walls, exclude the Chinese noi only The old family system, w.iilcli lias from onr own shores but from the been such a mighty factor for things Phillippines. as they are, will be succeeded by Difficulties Contront Chinese hence destroyed by the western Enormous difficulties confront 'Uiese tendency exalt the individual in law-abiding, well behaved CMnese. order to harness him to the wheels Real difficulties, such as would stag ger any nation which had gaineft hap- oC capital's industry. The newspaper j will replace gossip. the greatest Christmas present of its kind, the Edison Phonograph a gift for ALL the family, a gift for ALL the year, and for ALL the years to come THINK of the money that is thrown away on trifles atChristmiu candy that is e.-iten, the toys that are broken, the Christmas cards that arc nicrelv afc and thrown invuy. have you to show for lust, year's Christmas? Now think of the F.dison gift of a lifetime, that brings to every member of your family all of the very kind of entertainment each merely for a day or a year, but for alicnyx. That's what makes the Edison the greatest kind of gift. The Edison brings you the four great advantages which you should look for in a sound-reproducing instrument, and which you find only in the the right volume of sound for your home; the sapphire reproducing point, which does not scratch or wear the records and lasts changing of needles; Amberol Kucords, which play twice as long as the ordinary records, rendering each composition completely, the ability to make and reproduce your own records, in. your own home, just as true to life as the records made in our laboratory. That's what makes the Edison Phonograph the greatest gift of its kind. Tiicrc arc dcalw rvcrywlirrc. Ho to the nml thn Kdtsim piny both Edison Stmidurd ami Kilison Ambcrol Hci-i.nls. Oel cnmpMe at tit lops from your dealer or from us. Ediwn 1'lioni.praph.i. to Ami.trnil Kcrordsfplay twice as Edison (ira lid Opcru ISCOKPOKATEI) 100 A of EdUon Pkouoermphi mnd Racordi will lie found at EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS SOLD BY J, niginlJotliiMii cV; Co.. Lid. Sporting' Goods Co. 412 ROUND ST.' The standard of excellence in kid gloves. Japan is Watching the Game in China Pen-Angle Union Suits 0 D Do Delight 0 0 Those Who Wear Them You will feel so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the under- wear that fits and does not lose its shape.