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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Monday; December lETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER by the Lethbridgfe Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., tveiiir p at its office, Crabb street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN MAXAGIXG LIBECTOE ASD EDITOB PHONE: Editorial, Reportorialf News Dept 1224 1 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year, --ielivered l year. Oy mail 6 months, delivered 12.00 S uiontas, delivered i month, delivered SKc .Vmoaths by mail .3 months, by naai) Addresses changed as bit bcth and old addresses must be givea. WEEKLY HERALD Publisl'ed Wednesday in t of the news week, local and district. 1 year, in adiance......51.50 I "3 moiithS. in a'Uvaace ..30e ,..75c FOR SALE AT Grantorook-. B. C-T-Beaiiia i .Atchison. L. SelCfoice. "GrassyTskiP-iJr.'TushaGj. D'Arc's Medicine, M. Xonaam Vancouver, -'r B. V.'id'o News Co. 3rowa Also oii sSi C. P. R. THE DAILY HERALD Crow Drug i.ore. J. G. JRoberc- i Co., Jo'inaton Jack- son, Alexandra riotel. Peo- Drug Si ore. Co.. W. Hamilt'jn. pLncher L. McCrea. Bros. ;Book Co. 'Fernie.-B. N FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world fOUISUKD A.D. 1710 ai-CErvTENAKY HOME OFFICE i LONDON. ENGLAND t Broach. Sun H. M. Maaijar. OUR POINT QF'VIEW The polls do- not close until eight o'clock tonight. Get busy and vote, i if you have not done The Calgary University has been re duced 10 the Calgary College, with a convocation as a sort of sugar coat over a bitter pill. Cornwall, McPherson, Guna and who, according to the, same line of reasoning, are now full I Hedged Conservatives, because they voted against the government Sauce tor. the goose has been sauce for the gander since time' immemorial. Mr. has declared- he- would call his Methodist college "Calgary and nothing' else. But Dr. university is" .VCalgaTy ,Col- and' the legislature- wlir not 'is- sue .two ciarcers.iTBder-the one -name, it's up to the Rev. -G. W: to make a !snm. Side Lights j .GOOD USE PSffiBIBR SlFi'ON has presented -J -o-f >teresi is Mgher Ms estimates, the first the sec- on new is- ond legislature of Alberta' has that rate will fiitt presented to it. 'The chief 'inter-j necessarily. :be -.said on these bonas purpose tae money raav- in' what he proposes to-do-? tlL .ixmd money. With this jr the govenuneni. proposes to pay off j e'y trfefe t the liabilities of the nrovince, which i i waount to With the .oai- -S3.ZG: the government proposes oa. public is Kev. Kerby could easily solve his mcicuity' wiiich is -causing Him the loss ol so much sleep agreeing to. have the college established .in Lethbridge, as it should have been, in" the first place, and call it ihe "Letiibridge Col- lege." A Long Felt i said the thoughtful think- er, "l have an idea for an invention that would make all other get-rich- quick schemes look quite idiotic if I -could only perfect it." "What's the queried, the par- ty with the -bulging forehead. "A folding horse that would fit un- aer the seat of any motor car ror use in answered ttie thoughtful one. There will be five or six men in the city tonight who will.- have very ser- ious douots as to the veracity of a great.many people._. They will say that all men are liars, especially vot- ers. Here is Your Chance! cash per lot, balance per month, secures for you a 30 ft lot facing north on Luckhurst Street and McNabb. Price per lot Railroads bound to make North Ward their terminals. If so, values on above lots bound to double. The above offer open for short time only, and only ten lots for sale at this price. Do not delay, but act at PVppfnfln IVFapT II WWllJLCtlJL Lethbridge Hotel Block avery new discovery wit" regard He Read It It was a night. A man was nding a cycle with no lamp. He-came' to crossroads and did not know "-which: way to turn. He felt in his pocket! lor a match. He found one. Climb-1 ing to the top of the pole, he lit. the match and in the ensuing glimmer, read: It would lose ite men- iying in the bank to be meets -were itiacie to -build1 railway to ilcM array or aay; wiierg 'else, -2.S- some clsim should oe ,'iso railway coup'any un- to pay "tie five per cent, in- pany in a worse plight. They have no maim whatever on the province. No Exercise men wBose otfices -srere the on .which the esyei-dltnre is 51.SI8.-! ceres: that calJ for. The including Uie pariianiest hare to pay on telepnone extensions, j letence, betweeA four and five per wMeh Trill'cake and anv-yraV, "and it" can issue icr-riye new ssperiniental farms, and occasion requires, other similar worfc. The province can only get ralue for -Tiat this is a iray to-''utilize it-Is-paying by patting money mnsrt. be money, to -work. This the jrein- money can be used ler'proposesHo do. ffiaice any difference, however, now taat they are found again. The biHs concerning .Lethbridge" aU soi tiirouca the di'fereat stages of leg- islation at a gooi rst'e. .They all .got taeir third en Friday, and remain, only to be signed. The v.-ere the T. 31." C. A. Lncorpora- v to .the city char- ter and the-transfer of Gait Park to i The legislature members hare _de- -cided tha7 osieoraths'are not'doctors, Whatever else they'may be. THE DAILY'HERALD'S THIRD BIRTH-DAY kN SATURDAY EVENING the --and -sixteen pages. second tioor, were., oa the first-floor wailing for the elevator. "loa. are not loolsing extra, well, remarked the ".No, replied -the real .es- tate 'Jnan. "Think I'll join an -athletic club.- I need the exercise." J ".vie, too." They stll waited for the elevator. The Reason The schoolmaster was explaining Use circulation, .of the blood, "If I were to stand on my h the Dlood would rush to my head, .would it ".No one contradicted him. he continued, "when I stand on my feet, why- doesn't 'it rush-- to The election Britain still thev bright boy suggeat- ON SATURDAY EVENING the! iouneen -sixteen pages. The'.continues to foe Nip and Tuck, with "your feet ain't empty." maudgement of the Herald gave i staff'employed ia the'Herald building MP a'little bit ahead-, and Puck still J a .banquet' to the. staff employed Cambers forty, and the pay roll is' the joiang on the side. ._-_ -'.Cant Lose in the ofiics.. This is an annual ev-, the city, with the exception "Gracious- said ithe start-. 'em which the years as, they E'.-. and also -shows how the. Herald 1 of "the rail-way- and coaT companies. fine; neV Goss press are .not the led visitor, '.1 never saw a lad .get -as i as muc1! as they raight, although a a ny spankings as you do. it stereotyping plant has': been-In- grea' m. n. a e using them- The post :eenis to. De a continuous performance I On December stalled, -mailing' the -Herald one of-the master, ha? a Ir't .of 'isk in'the i. j k tirst issiie of die Lethbridge "Daily most up-todate and efficient offices in o no boxes are to be "Oh, I can stand .laughed .Toin- was'published. It was'a foar-j West" 'use Delore the sstreet -sys- my, .a wink, j r later wken the' Tile Seralfi is but rereating irhat tern starts. .e. io. immediate "You can stand .fce -et. A. _ others-say of it-when it say? that it -use. The bores on Fifth street "Ksslly! When dad spanks rat annual oaaa.uet was held a gooia ae-B-Spaper, and a success-'' (V..ound) and Third avenue (Redpath) leeis so sorry she "gives me .candies! doWft Without Interest 10.00 a inon and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address P.Q, Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone When the second banquet tras held towns and' -cities of its j 'a.-year ago, there tTrenty-three more than all, to the ap- members of the staff present, and the preciaticn iby the public of the Her- Heraid Tvas publishing eight pages aid's efforts to meet the need for a tri'tb. tea and twelve page good newspaper. "The public has issues frequently. On that occasion. en loyal support to-the. Herald, and! were present the erectors of the new the Herald has tried to deserve it. Miehle press and a double-decker lino-. The fact that the support and patron- j type, which were being installed in the is .Increased so materially from! Herald's new building: year to year "is proof that it The past year has witnessed a con-' has succeeded. In the future, as in tinned growth of the Herald. The the the Herald will -endeavor to paper has increased to a twelve-page. become still bigger, brighter, busier, regular issue, with irequent issues of and -better.- From Other Sanctums Pittsburg, For Instance (Calgarr Albertan.) The does not believe in TETRAZZINI AND HER DOG- to-herrface and opened It. Out came: Handkerchief No. "Aurora Out Comes Aurora Borealis .Luisa Tetrazzini, coloratura soprano "Aurora Borealis" is the tiniest -dog j stopped several hours in Chicago re- alive. He took one hop out- of that I cently on her way to Ualifornia.where hag: and landed on- the diva's shoulder. jshe will sing in a series of concerts Then -he began'yelping as though he ror a maybe it's could pull down every now- and anv half-wav doings in the commis- 'then himself. sion.'onn of administration. It is A young woman who travels with -Tetrazzini took .-and -pat- bribe a bunch of cheap alder- the says she three articles on ted him the whole Jength .of tie i "Aurora." .jrrew; ttue't, .bit at the as Manor -Tann, and accepting praise for the the -horses trained and dogs as-'well, refuses to ac- cept any -ribbons for her fancy chickens. She admits they are -too fancy to frortq-andcshe has to buy her eggs ".at. grocers. "Mauae'.J-Jallington Booth, in an address in Chicago, said she recently fell her to and that she in- tended', to give It toward the con- hall for the commissioners. vative mmoeer. He was assigned the Beino Immortalized (Calgary- Albertan.) If The Albertan -gets any encoar- THAT INDEPENDENCE OF. SOB'S ONCE MORE Robert Bennett and -Hoadley. M. P. P. for ilacleod, has ex-jwi10 are" they? .Michener, like''Bob, hlbited his independence an independent elected as such, voting wjth the don on the 'bye-elections dirty days after the vacancv occurs. Hoadley are Conservatives, and That independence of Bob's "is an in- i we, no independence about aayaneement of higher education terestJng thing, and the Herald has tQem- But Bob's- independence made j newspapers thaf I would tell all ier with, YorK -.vho she is now under .ontract to sing fler "l-r r.-icn. etrdiaiu .ear, and' then, climbed around front antf 'tried to put his foot in her mouth. Tetrazzini was all smiles when she1 FAWE'S PATHWAY About as interesting an exhibitor as any at the New York horse show was Miss Mary Gardner, a Smith col- journalist writer, owns and manages her own es- tate on Staten Island, where she rais- drew. her chair up beside the singer, ]es and tralns .nunters and Jumpers, that no city except -tratn- no doubt that many people, not only Jn Bob's constituency, but throughout tne province, are interested in see- Ing how it works. This independence led the said Bob to come out as an independent candi- date, or, more particularly, a fann- ers candidate. It led him to declare on the public platform and through the ;hat, if elected, he would the go ernment wh tnoughi ii did right. He declared that he was bound by no party ties. In fact, it led 'urn to say, if he is re- ported co-'rectly by- a Calgary paper, he is as c-cod a liberal as ever he 'Vhi'.'h, >by the way. is doubt- Tor he never was a Liberal. began tQ teU ge8> Tetrazzini is sudl a Then Bob's independence led "him to oppose in the government in a bit- be linked with Ryerson and the ;ter sfeech..on the speech from the age. tnrone, and he voted against the gov-. ernment. Then his independcce led him to O'pose the government on the Preir.isr's Great Waterways bill, Keep Your Eye on the The soprano had a fat little chate- laine bag swinging from her arm, sne adjusted .it on the middle ot jher lap. The" interpreter went'on: "The process in the Xew York cour The Duke snrf the Dollars (London Chronicle.) The Duke of Abercom, who is anj_of course, you've read about it- landlord, yesterday addressed unjust, becaus thins Bob was e'ected to do, that is to letter "to the Loyalists of Ireland" j Tne cQatelaine bag was to-j get rid of the Alberta and Great Wat- (by whom be means men of his the piace it would Hill off, affair. But in spite of'the particular political views reading in Tetra2Xjni grabbed it. and settled it additional for the building.--, Henry Clay. Barnabee, the veteran singer and comedian, and long prom- inent in the was 77 years old recently." Barnabee now makes his home with his neice, Mrs. Henrf tsrewgr, in' Jamaica Plain, Mass. He enjoys very, His anni- versary day.' was pleasantly remem- nne dogs and fancy chickens. The bered' in many ways -by his friends. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT "BorneOi are indentured at ?18 to 136.a board and clothing. The Witwatersrand district of South Africa is" the "greatest gold pro- ducing centre of the-world at the pre- sent time. Petroleum and iron have "-been found in Syria in sufficient- quantities to warrant their exploitation by a nat- ive'company. To a Kansan has been granted a patent for a shade provided' with spring fingers to grasp! an incandes- cent lamp globe in- any desired posi- tion. PLAGUE Victoria, Dec. mall advies received here today plague and cholera are raging on the Siberian, and Mahchu'rian frontier. The plague came, from Mongolia. Fourteen' deaths have been reported. people, and of his-election speeches, on a new spot on her lap. Bob's independence led him to speak i -His Grace denounces Home Rule -It was ridiculous to suggest that a and vote against the bill, even asks has appeared before the to the extent of moving a vote which "Do you wish wour birthright to be heads of- amounted' to a vote of want for American As he is inclined for questions, per- that chatelaine course I contract of confidence in the iia, but no wsni ;o His in as; en le ec; against the government, even when was doing the very It is.safd-JfivfLt he is always ready to support a KO Premier a wo'ton to ad- ''n- Intlfe; er.dcnr-r; led hitn to Bob's Indspendence (liacleod Advertiser.) An Independent: One who supports to when the Sifton government through thick Beat by A. J. ose-evec that! _......... ifli and Bob is atrnio- in Inf. a tor if its It. is n thin.c.: of an independent Legislature. After it has fin- bing Mr. Patterson for vot- oil the Great Water- showed lar brand'is'in dernr-nd in thc'-vays matter (the Advertiser doesn't stuck to his independence. But that Conservative .parfy.f It mipht be troll' spree, with him, -by the it will did not suit Bab and his independence for him to have it fpatented, and doubtless pay some attention to led him to appropriate a seat copyrighted. its'-, value. r as lip saw fit gr4k" dernr-nd in thc'-vays matter (tli may have words tap- jumble and the contract and and every- thing pertaining thereto was forgot- ten. The Bag Mcves That bag! It moved! Everybody sober? Of a certainty. But with all eyes now on that bag. A dozen press agents raid a night, couldn't. Jiai-e atten-. tion from it Somewhere in the dis- tance sounded: "And even Dippel is going to get out an tUe next instant: (.Messrs. Rutherford, Cross, The bag fSopped over backwards all 'nils is apparently the Lethbridge Order Your Xmas. Turkey We have Some Choice Birds Especially Selected, Let us have your Order Early G. A, D HOI Block Phime452 Dufferin Street ;