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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtm LFTHBRTtXiK DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBKU 11. 1910 She Xetbbriboe Dei-alt) DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 426 Strict S uthr LtthohOBe W. A. 9uchanaa President and Director John Tcrrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office lhe if Itrius-h iiuMU- opinion. AuJ as it wiuiM io biiLKI up ihe overseas tr.'.dc o' Siuh; IT j iiu'ii- are ui Denver ,iu th.u ii wouM i? i re list heu th.i1 naval jM'Vi'r of in union with of h.vl wrouithi in ihe X a re-Iconic Kor should bo a iu j rine, i: will no; ssui'i'or; :L cavy: TJLL- U-ss a lii? nisny ports fn-ely lit it iVllJ 111 .llv.' olnnc-s, i: iv-rnun over tAV.s ;r.'.-Jv t'l its own ihervfon-. JMiiuTli wilt 22} ratter lo itsi-lf. one concern, For- 'sylhc. The amount does not to meet needs, As fast as cars can be securei stocfemen are -shipping their ratlin TO the markets. Th figure that it heller to sell for They MINNEAPOLIS PEOPLE TURN DOWN PROPOSAL TO TAKE OVER STREET RAILWAY JIIXNEAFOLIS, Minn.. Dec. 1( The proposed cost of service fran- chise under which this city wouU as- and man- ______ mayor of DrurnhcUcr in a. three-cornered elec- tion. He polled a majority of 10S voles over his nearest rival, George Clnrkson, while Ills plurality ivaa CD. Mr Gordon received 173 votes, George Clarkson received 71 and G. S llrati- son was endorsed by 39 electors. Five are dead as tLc result of an stove on the farm McQuitty, u'Lo lived explosion In a home ot A. J. two miles from Dulmquc, Sask. The dead Jirc A. J. McQuitty, William atid Evelyn, son ami daughter; Charlotte Campbell, an aunt, and Leo. Johnson, a boy who waa visiting there. A. J. McQuUty died while trying to rescue Ms daughter, while William died, from exposure while trying lo rescue the Inmates ot tbe house. 'M. J. Butler, managing director ol Armstrong AYliitworth of Canada, Montreal, has retired iram active work and Is now living in Oalmllc, Ont. Mr. Butler was deputy minister and chief engineer ot tbe department oT railways and canals from 1305 to 1910, when he resigned to. become sec- ond vice-president and general man fecdini; grounds in Utc-iiorth and cast pf Calgary. ._ American repnblica again- being snbjnealed by the Spanish autocracx- And America's .commercial interest ii maintaining these countries as free ports was proportionately as great as" that ot Britain, for America then had 12S tons ol shipping per thousand In- habitants, whereas the British ikies. bad but 126 lona of shipping per thou- sand inhabitant, and America's ship- pine trade was more important IG her in ihose days than was that of (Bri- tain to her. In fact, the return, qi Lalii not only-have injured American trade, Oie .University of Manchester, tail ancea that the affair has brought sume control of the properties of the siger of the Dominion St-el Corpora- Minneapolis SlreeL Railway company lion, at lhe lime ivhcn lhe Dominion was defeated by -bout e.GOO vcles at Steel interests obtained coulrol of the a special election yesterday, according majority slock ol the Dominion Coal lo returns this morning. Under the; company and combined the adminiE- franchlse Ibc company would have tratioti of the two companies under ENGLISH PROFESSOR''' DENIES PARIS STORY LON'DOX, Paris dis- tterenl Incident at Fuchow When Japs Attack Chinese- Students'Causes Trouble PEKINGf Hec. of the Chinese over the recent incident at Fuchovr, In. which Japanese declared to have attacked a. meeting i patch on-Dec. 3 quoted Lhe-Matin as of Chinese students, continued un- autocracy weald J that Sir Ernest Rutherford, of abated, despite governmental assur- MONROE DOCTRINE OF BRITISH ORIGIN It may be news to some that the much talked of Monroe Doctrine Is ol British origin. Toe fact needs em- phasising in that it serves to ebow that history furnishes the proof that the Anglo-Saxon mina moves In tbe game groove where tbe tenets of the two great nations IhaL represent Ihe IrleaJa that go with the Anglo-Saion race are'identical, Insofar 39 the Monroe Doctrine waa concerned, his- tory proclaimed tuts trulh In the- and hlalory proclaims ihe same truth In lhe present, in the two Anglo- racea standing si'lc by r-irtc cbirJp Ion ship of the fame ideals In the Great War A writer In- a periodical by the name of Hie '.-English Speaking World uaes the history of the Monroe-Doc trine as a baala lo point that in the futtire Inlerdepeii'lence of lhe llrilis) and American nations there 13 com bined th.e'material Interest of lhe twc great pea King rj'itions. Hcferrlng to the origin of the Mon 100 Doctrine, the writer polnls on lhat in lhe years Immediately follow Ing lhe fall ot In 1815 liberalism was rampant in Spain; an most of her southern and central Am erlcan colonies lhe occasltm i declare their Independence. The Kin of Spain put down [lie liberals Spain by the aid of troopg Inrnisho the King or France, who was a soclalcd, in the so-callc-d "Holy, All! wilh the autocrats of Prussr llussla and Austria. upon the rccRlnblislnncnt of an! cracy in Spain, tbe Spanish King I vlled hfs brother aulocrals furlher i Bid him In Lhe reconrjueat of Jiia lo: American posEcasions, KelatSrfllr. liberal .HritoJn realize BUOh a procedure would n counler both (o her popular lens and to her com mere Inl and politic B inlcToala, As it would resnbjugal nascent dcmocrndpp, It agalna bul ft "would have been a direct rnan- aca, io the United Suites irom the proijinUy a powerful autocratic James Monroe .was Intimately ac- , the ted States la lent in ihe Spanish in- tenlioa oT to reconquer soulham America with th'e aid of Prance and e other autocracies of ths Dance." As a result of Ellis and ol 'soIvecL the griddle 01 ot rDE-ttcr, "the secret by the onc- Jent alchemists." .Professor Rutherford, Cam- brldge saiil ho'-Vaiild not slrongly to the attention of the Jap- aneae goreramenL Japan has accepted In principle a joint Investigation of the disturban- although, tho'-Chinese dele- untlersinad how the Matin story orlg- gales" are at Fuchow, no Japanese inatcd. He delivered a lecture last i as yel'appearod." May hclore the Ilojal Tnslitution, in Meantime demonstration a and pub- which iie related certain results he (lie "meetings are being- held in China had obtained In eiperimentlng by firing radium electrons into other sub- ices in an onileavor to hreah up ;e other aubstAncea. That was all tras to H and though ihe corres- thosi f ther; urgtng continuance of the hoycotL against Japanese goods and demand- Ing an apology from Japan. nothing bad developed that he was ready to Lalk auoiit. Professor Rutherford saitl, he had not talked on the subject at aH. c British offer of alliance to prevent jpobdent grouped the idea lhat HuUv he evolved Lhe Monroe Doclrinr. hnd Presumably continued his liereby the United States forbade reign aggression or fresh coloniza- on in the American hemisphere. To Doctrine Britain immediately ave her ic served her pur- >ose, and in fact maintained British merican uaral and mercanlile upremacy on the Atlantic unthrcal- ncd. Wilh the success they arc making the poultry show, the local fane- era may well crow. MONTREAL ENFORCES VA'JCINATION MONTRKAU Dec. Olcdical In- spectors were placed on (rains arriv- ing from Toronto (or the purpose of enforcing the vaccination regulations as ordered by the Mon- treal hoard of health. In making this announcement night. Dr. Boucher, nitdlcal health ofrEccr, slate'l that lhe reports had received tliat no All that can ba satd with resper.t i PorLa'a forecast ii lhat it Is in j lie nature ol a port-ent and nothing Tiore. ffom the passtngers had been encountered on the trains. INCENDIARY FIRE ON SAX SHIPS AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCESCO, Dec. early today on "the shipping board steamer Cocaponsel was extinguished after It had caused a loss csLlmalei it The ship's cargo waa largely brandy and dried fruit. Police declared the blaze migh been incendiary. As a result of to- day's fire and the one on Sunday board thu Xorwfcgnn slearoer Terrier state harbor officials have asked lha a guard he placed en every Tesse loading here. MAJOR -FA'RRY RETIRES LONDON', Hec. J. Parry, Alberta regiment and Lieut C. Harrington, Manitoba regiment, are .gazetted as retiring in the British I Isles. Calgary refuses (o lie in the frigid zone in btlng careful to keep its .hermomctcrs from too many point? below zero. If there Is anylhlng In a Freeze for alderman. In Calgary, wlln lhe., present wcathpr, cannot he regard- ed as a popular candidate In thai everybody has had a little too much of freeze, Fn I tie circumstances, if be is elected, ?.e will deserve his .suc- cess with tho odils so much ngrii him. At the Convention cf the r.Iri pa Ii Lies, of-Manitoba a resolution nr nnimoiiFly .irloplc-d to have tht Hoads Act amnndtfi lhat clliis mnj take advantage of it. The occupanlr oT Ihc two Manitoba cars tame Inlo n liule lime n goL badly served in roming up ,-irain Iho bnmp on Ihe Third Arc. must have been at lhat (onvfc tlon and used Ite fncltlenl lo draw attention lo whcrn cities can get Hi money for removing humps on Ihc highway whlcli they unable to proviso To Farmers and Butchers V- CONSULT A. Wyman Co. of HIDES, PELTS and FURS'in any quant- ity independent of market conditions. --Our extensive connections enable us lo pay TOP PRICE in WEAK and STRONG MARKETS. US NOW with regard lo present conditions before selling your hides. 320 6th STREET S. PHONE 442 P. O. BOX 5 A. WYMAN HIDE AND PELT en paid a seven per cent, annual re- rn on Taluation or for a riod ol 25 years. Thrs present live- nt fare would Increased Sir. J..H. president. The empire parliamentary associa- tion, which last year presented a lowered, according to revenue. black rod to the senate Lo. replace Records For All Machines No matter what you have, long as you use a. sleel oc fibre needle, the Victor ILecords will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE If you haven't a machine, buy Mason Itisch from us. Easy payments it desired. Bxlmoril Block Homi of ths Vl His first Shave [IS shaving troubles are solved fbr him before he commences shaving because tie has had an AutoStrop Safety Razor placed in his hands.' .Not only will he not cut his face, but he will have a razor that will not pull. He will have the razor that sharpens itself. Sharp blades mean smooth shaving! This will bt his morning habit: He will take from his shaving kit a little silver- plated instrument that looks Jikc ati ordinary safety razor. He will slip the strop through the razor itself, run the.razor up and down the strop a few times, pull it off and the razor a then ready to shave with edge iharpened with mechanical precision. After shaving, he will do the same thing, put- ling his razor away with the edge free from dampness. He lakes nothing apart for strop- ping or cleaning. He throws no dull blades away, because he hasn't any. He finds it not only cheaper, but also easier, to strop his AutoStrop Safety Razor, than to put a new blade in any other sefely razor. Set the AutoStrop Razor tfsortment at any store where rnors tie sold. You will find a style to suit your desire. Prices fS.OO and upwards. Whom do ytm Anov that yom Kent It ilart t AutoStrop Safety Raior Co., Limited AaldSlrop Building, Toronto, ;