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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTABLISMtO OICEMBER 1907 #ubll*h�� by tha Lcthbrldga Herald Publithing Co., Ltd., awanr vanint a'. Ita offlee, tlxth Street, Lethbrldoe, AS�art�, Canada. BUCHANAN PHONIl editorial, Rapartorlal And Nawa Dapartment 1224 W. A. Managlna Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANC* Builneu Managar PHONIl Advertlaint Circulation And Job Departmtnta 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATlt 1 rear, delivered ....... t^.OO 1 year, by mall ......... 9tM t months, delivered ..... $2.00 . , . _ , S months, delivered..... $1.00 * months, by mall ...... 11.50 3 month, delivered ...... Zbc, 1 monVli, by Ball He. Addreaaaa chanted aa often as desired, but k�lh lata aad old addresses must b� (Ivan. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALB AT Lethbrldoe-Red Cross Driij * Medicine Hat-L. M. Nortbam. Book Store: .1. G. Robert.^on Cranbrook. C-Baattta aBe('ciiibei' HrlWS ^. Nffw'Mhnt eiecilons are over, tlo. not let the exciteinoni of buying Chrlst-lUH* presents intoriiTo with the interest which hli.s been created in things municipal by the eli-ction campaign. Desultory interest in llio doings of the city loiiiicll nro nol conducive to good govirniui'iit. Toronto' Saturday Xiglit says that the'.lgw prices fur Brain prevailing in; the weittWs fall is nol a mere speck ; but an ominous cluud. Some ot the farmer^ think die Iwind-otit received for a bushel of sood wlieat is a mere spcQk. They ouglit K' s�'l n dozen eggs. Thin they would have some-, thing Worth taking home. Don't forgpt tliat Lethbridge is the only city In Western Cnntida which can lj�y claim to all thi'ce of the advanced id^cas. municipal ownerB*ip, straight cominlssloti form of government and the single tax,. Make that a talking-point. 'I'ell everyone about It Let the woild Know that Lethbridge is progressive-alive. Commission Government BY A SOLID MAJORITY the rate, payers of the city have express, ed their desire tor a straight tor mof commission government. In this they have voted wisely. It cannot be said that the action lias been rash, for the subject has been in their miiids for some time. They have had opportunities of turning it over and discussing It, and the outcome ran be reckoped to be one of careful and serious consideratioti. The Heraki has been strenuous in its advocacy of the new form of gov-finraent. It lias treated the matt"r in an impartial spirit. It has not kept out ot its columns any arguments against, or opinions expressed contrary to the policy, it has been particularly careful that the public should have both sides of the nnes-tion. 'I'herefore, to us it is particular satisfaction that we have been instrumental in so placing the subject .before the people t-hat they have ajy- preciated our efforts, and seconded them by their declaration at the polls. It now rests with the ratepayers to siiBtnin the int?Test. I.,et the waitin.? time, before the new government supplants the olcl, be spent in strengthening and organizing the different ratepayers' associations. They will be of much service in the fiituro. Let the spirit of interest in civic matters be .cultivated by giving atteption to the doings and the deliberations of the council. Then when the time comes all doubt expressed as to the movers in the initiative and recall will have vanished. The success ot the new government .will rest on the people. They will have initiated it, and it is up to them to see. that no one of its opponents v.ill bave the opportunity of holding up the finger of scorn, and saying with unction, "I told you .so," should matters go against the general expectation. . . Shop Early As THE CHRISTMAS'anniversary approaches the desire tor pnrcha.sos customary to the season is wont to'place a severe' task oii the employees in the different stores. It is not only the various bands within doora who feel the strain, but it, likewise, effects those who do their business outside, such as carriers and drivers of teams. This is eause\''l by a procrastination on the part of the buy jtig public, who put oft their Christmas shopping until practically the last week. In this respect a good many people do not stop to think of the hardships they impose, in the way of leijgthened hours and strenuous times, on those who serve them. Therefore, it is not inappropriate to bring the liiatter of sliopping eaiiy to notice. Here is an opportunity for practising thai, good will which is recognized as a duality to be particularly in evidence at Christmas time. By making their purchases in good Wisi T*'"* No Objection (Vancouver Province) Lloyd George does not object to a minister of the gospel being made a vicarious saerllice for a tuinisler of state when assailed by a militant suffragette. No Monopoly Here (-Mail and Empire) ^ ; Father Biirke says that.ihey drink too much la Vancouver. He mentioned Vancouver especially, but his remarks would apply to any other town or city in Canada. Are Not Afraid (Winnipeg Tribune) Ttie Presbyterian ministers bave about ten laps lead on the ministers of other denominations in the denunciation of wrong-doing and the prostitution of jusUce in the fair province of Manitoba. So Is Alberta (Victoria Times) The success ot Alberta's five million -dollar loan, which was recently underwritten in London, proves that although one or two receui flotations did not produce the expected results, investors are still ready to provide the capital necessary for the develop, ment of Canadian resources on reasonable terms. Canada is all right. time, prospective buyers -will do a great deal to lighten labor which I thonghtiessness renders necessary.! Let'us'all imbibe the Christmas spirit and act up to its sentiment. Even from a selfish point the practice of shopping early is advisable. Goods at this time are in the process ot selection apt to be bandied a good deal, and .consequently, may not be so fresh as when first set out. The early buyer, therefore, must needs get the better of those who come after. Nor are men and women only to be remembered, there are the horses who are quite as much In need of consideration. We trust the public will bear in mind what Is due to those who so cheerfully attend to their requirements when on buying bent. Let each one so act that he will have the consolation of not being the means of sending home for a Christmas rest shop assistants tired out In mind and body. � The Easy_ Way ' (Tortinto Globe) It wiH be e.-igy lot' .Canada to give $35,000,000' for' the naval| defence of the Eiinplre. It woul-d be'difflcull for Canada to train and maintain men, witliout whom warships are worth-leas. Therefore-" Mr. Borden, looking for the easiest way oat^ -gives money, not men. ' ' Hero Worstilp Corapatetively few people will be happy in heaven, unless they ctth occasionally get themselves spntter'e-(l with mud while running after hcr6e]3 there. Swords ".Do-you thluU the time-will .over come when the swords will be" converted into plowshares?". "No," "Then you do not expect universal peace?"" ' , "Oh, that may come; bul Bwordsfare so easily utHizc^i for deco'ratlve purposes." - Needed Only One IVlore The clock struck the hour, and the university chimes pealed forth on the early morning air. i. . Hambo had been making a night of it but was still :\ble to navigate, and was on his way home, with some assistance from Baldwin. Feeling in his pocket tor a stray coin, he started uii the steps of tlie university building. "What now?" asked Baldwin. "I dunno w'at sloon this is," he mumbled, "but its music m'chine's all ri', an' I need Jes' one more drink!" "Just for a joke^ 0 The Conference for Peace THE ANNOUNCEMENT of the co-ntercnce in London removes all fears of the alarmist that wo shall witness an Armageddon in Europe, as a result ot the Balkan war. U, is gratifying to know that the interests of the civilized woiid are largely for peace. The acqules-cpiicc of all tho.se directly concerned \\\ \\w proposed (-onft-'rcnce gives good rca,�OM for linpin;; th;it each party wHI subiulL with i-( asonableness to whatever terms iiro placed before it. Tile pivot of conlf.-ntioii in l-Iuropean poillk-s is tlu> 3H)S8i'SRlou o( Conslan-lUiople, and here llierd is room for belief that, however muleslrable the continuance of Turkiali -i-ulc in Europe is, it will be accepted that the retention of the city by the Turks In the only solution at present for preserving liluropeaii peace. That the power ot Turkey will be much clrcumBcrlbed tliero can lie iio doubt, and in this there Avill be something of satisfaction. Bulgaria is to bo complimented on its action la not countenancing the protraction ot the war until the fall of Constantinople'. It has displayed considerable wisdom in foreseei-iig the inutility ot what it agrees will be an empty triumph. The Balkan .States have earned the admiration of men in the way they have conducted the campaign. They have tauglvt the world a lesson in patriotism, and the reasonableness they have at present dis played will tend still further to raise them in the general estimation. However, some men may declaim at the modern rlValry in armi^ments amongst the nations, they cannot but pcrcoivQ by now that in the long run it works for good rather than for evil. With the deadly power for destruction each nation possesses they cannot but view with appreliension the outcome of war. The calaslrophes which Ho ahead must act as safety-viilves for curbing any Impetuous action. The -tear of one another Is the best safeguard for general peace. It is well that this should be recognized by those who are averse to a country's piling up ot armaments. Though the action may, at first, sight, bo one to \>o disapproved, yot it the resultant is a guarantee of peace the necessary expenditure must ultimately result in the welfare of all, Tlio anniversary ot the birlli of the Prince of Peace will soon be wlllv us, llio conference meets at a timely mo ment, and may all deliberations end in a conclusion llitlnn to the Beason. Waiting "Have you done your Christmas shopping yet, .Mrs. WortblTigton?" "Part of it. I've bought all the things I intend to give to my own relatives, but I thought I'd wait until the goods got a little shopworn and they began to mark them down before getting the presents we Inten-d to send to my husband's folks." Chriatm.ns Aphorisms (By Harvey Peake in Judge's Library) Never look a gift in the cost mark. Mistletoe makts the heart grow fonder. All that glitters is not a diamond. Belief in Santa Claus is the best PQjic.v-,,. . ^------ The "gift (teferred maketh the heart sick. '� " " Invit.'>tlon J9; the severest flattery. Christmas bills are stubboi-n things. Buy gifts in haste tuid repent at leisure. And thereby hangs a stocking. Gifts are seldom what they seem'. - Every Christmas tree must stand on its own bottom. ' Uneasy lies the head tiiat's planning gifts. Santa Claus is not as red as he is painted. One Cliristmas bargain sale makes the whole of womankind spla. Gifts make the man, the want of them the fellow. To give hideous gifts is human, to forgive impossible. Of tv.-o undesirable invitations to dinner, choose the least. It is a wise merchant that knows his own goods when it is brought back tor exchange. What is sauce for the goose is not sauce for the plum pudding. OUR POINT OF VIEW It is to bo hoped that the cIMzoub cf ].,ethbridge-will show their appreciation of comi-iig within the scope of the provincial university extensior Friday night in'largo numbers. While the subject sounds rather heavy for the ordinary lay mind the Heiiild is isBured that the presentation will bo work by attending the opening lecturt I in tho most pooular form fl.Ull Circulation That Is Only Limited by the Population That's what you get when you use The Herald . " A City Circulation equal to the number of Residences in the City." SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investirients OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuUduis^ P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 i Third Avenue We Own or Control several of the very best located corner properties on this avenue SEE US BEFORE BUYING Wilson & Skeith C. p. R. AGENTS Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 SHFBB! PRICES HAVE GROWN WINGS-Andrew Carnea'le says, "Earth gets more like Heaven every year." Cartoon drawn by .1. Friso of the Toronto Star This Cow is a Cheerful Giver An Aurora, .\Io, man pubiialies the foilowiui,' advertisement in his favor-itc local paper: For Sale-K.xcellent cow; Klves 3 gallons of milk dally; also good piano. Come (luick, J. G, Wells, K. F. D. No. 2. � A Man's Idea "I'a, when is a man well-to-do.'' "When he can afford to spend as much in a year for his clothes as his wifo.'does in a month tor hers." / Spoiled Her Secret "jMy (Irst husband and I Itept our marriage a secret for nearly a yea-)'," ^"Di-dn't you llnd it rather dillicult?" "Oh, no, nol at all. Wo could have gone on for u much longer lime if tho horrible reportoi'g liadu't been snooping around when 1 uiiplled for my divorce." raid-up Oapllat Bos'-rve funl 60 17C A An nd UndliMcd Prollls {(l�Br) *CJ�lia,UJU Total Assets (Over) $63,000,000 Save Thiie When You Are Busy by carrj'-mg' on'your baukiug.'.by. ijiaij. �J Just mail us your deposits, or your clatetjues wlieu-you wnut to withdraw money,- We give sj^ecial attention to business handled in this way, and will be glad to have you make use of our service. LIiTHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KINO, .Acffl, IVii^ffager LQIWDONr ENG.. BRANCH./F.W.ASHE, . . . mJ,;, ' Sa XkTMdnccdlc. St, E.C. ^ 1,6* M. CUARTSMITK. AaalfUaf Ml"�nm ;