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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December V THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD and the one that- brings the to both giver and greatest pleasure receiver is to be found in Nothing else can bring such an Unceasing round of pleasure, and every time it pours forth its flood of soul-stirring melody in a reproduction of the voice of a world-renowned singer, the lovely melody of an: instrumental selection, or the mirth-provoking merriment of a music owners will risfe up and call the giver blessed.' It is soundi' reproducing instrument brought to the highest pitch of perfection. ASQUIH MAY BE EQUAL TO LAURIER Liberals Thinlc He be .in Power Time Will Long PLURAL: VOTES GO Victrolas to tj'Sizes, styles prices to suit all purses. Over 3000 selections to choose from. C[ Double-sided records are 90c. for the two. Sample mail on receipt of .price and lOc. for postage. fl Call at the nearest dealer's to-day and kaow what this wonderful entertainer means to you. f Be sure to hear the VICTROLA. Gram-o-phcaes up Payments MONTREAL Remember this trade mark and Dealers Everywhere you can't go wrong" by iviason Conservatory Biiilding, Lethbridge Open Evenings il! meeting save a short addrcss pointing, out the good work being doue by the Canadian Bible Society and the par-. cut body, the British and Foreign Bi- PRISONER HAS LEPROSY R. E. Sherlock, C. 'B. McKinnon. Whelen. I C.. Collier. -Executive R. B. 'Thomson, Ensign Laidlaw A J. Irv- goCieiv and that the vir'i- 1C 3S predicted tbat the momei John Torrance and J. Gibson. "IC ana mat TUC declared.that Ernest Williams, who is uuith ind' liiq rnllf-iP-iipq ehow 1 -Th-i mppt'no- whiYh held in HIP 'ous congregations in the city support u quitn and his colleagues snow i First Baptisf Churcl wasOpened by 1 and by prayers. seven year tern in the peniJ sign ot hesitation- pr-temponzu Ol-rlahoma special- ist engaged -by the state board todav Westminster Gazette SenBs out a Feeler on ..Home, SPECIAL CABLE BY J. R. BONE- Copyrighted at the of Agriculture, joint arrange- ment of The Heraid and The Toronto L, London, Dec. Lauiiez, being..the only subscribers' names mentioned .in. the Dajly News in aSroducijig the cables describes the League's publishing Hopkins1, message, alone, a guise of spontaneous-statement .as a discred-- ible irick up the dollars! cry. ..Further losses to the govern- Lancashire _acd Cheshire calls attention. the .that" ten of the seats located in these It; again emphasizes the efficacy -of. the-anti-home rule ap- pealing to The Morning Post conditions., the., credit of the tar- iff vict'ories, but it was the'Morning '.Postw which de- scribed Balfour's" refersndum propos- al but an. election" dodge to sweep Lancashire. The.-ecoaomis-t declares there is no doubt protectibhist, movement is on. -The. ports and manufacturing districts won't have 'it.' .Two defeats" have made it un- popular party "organizers. Were it Balfour's assurances', the. fear, of tariff reform liauhts .the. electorates, they would-have" done'much better in this Consisrvative papers are insisting that the' Liberals must an in- crease last 'parliament's ma- jo'jity or the victory will be a defeat, laying great stress "on the statement made "by.'Lloyd-George yesterday that the T-eto.'would. go if, the government had an adequate majority. They eagerly on. the "word" "as if an admis- sion of seems like the last Privately among Conservatives one ,hears no demonstrations that the .spirit of Eng land is to compromise, we are. to n-o revolutionary changes bufe more" conferences and mutual conces- sions. Maybe .this "will happen, "but it is predicted that" the moment As- any temporizing they HERALD'S THIRD ADVERSARY Forty of .Staff .the .Guests of Management- Presentation TJie Herald, staff had its third an- nual jollification on Saturday nlfht, cfie occasion being Jthe third "anniver- sary of the publication' the first issut of the This'is an event "given "by" the manage- j ment, and all take part from, .the' youngest "devil" to the, -managing director. Forty sat down and.enjoyed tile splendid viands provided by Host Murray at the Alexandra Cafe.. Wnen this part 'of "the programme was over. Vvr. A. Buchanan, the.manag- ing director; wcp presided, called, up- on the company to honor.the King: by a toaat wnich was loyally led by 'tfle Herald orchestra, composed of Messrs; Bosworth, Biackford, Smith :and Halversori, all employees of the Herald. The ;ra provided tlie" even- in bis remarks Mr. Buchanan "com- mented upon the size o? At.tiie first banquet there were four- teen, present, last the; second were twenty-jUiree iriemibers: pre- sent, and on this ..occasion "forty. It ndicated the growth of nils' was in a, >o the loyalty .of r-Practically all of those ald wnen it years, ago are with it indicating; their sat- isfaction. -Mr: Buchanan'spoke-briefly of tae pleasant 'Un- ion and' of the amicable "way in wiuch tae scale Had been.adjusted recent- ly. _ Mr. Buchan'an'asked, the company to drink a toast health .of the hea4s .of the departments.: and .called upon Messrs. Waiter. Jordan, "-0: D. Austin, John Torrance, H.: Nlcfeolson, J..L." Manwiring, .Hayter, il. and, C. E. Dyce to J. B. Kelsey responded ,to the toast to 'the Lethbridge Typographical Un-' ion and said some tMjigs1 very' com- plimentary to the Herald -from the Ohlon'.men's point" or The toast. to the; '-Ladies did not need to fall back upon any of "the gal- lant bachelors lor a response, as Miss JioJJiclUas.. very fittingly responded in a The following; officers for 1911 were ,'presidcnt J. D. Higinbothara and the elected at the annual meeting last retiring secretary, ,R. P-. -Wallace, read the minutes of the. last meeting and the election of the new officers was then proceeded with. night ot the Lethbridge branch of the Alberta Auxiliary of the Canadian Bible Society: J. Cook. J.'H. Rivers, Rev. T. P. Perry, of Wesley Meth- odist church, at the conclusion of the BORN the Dainty Hospital, L.etlibrldge, on Saturday, Dec. 10, to Mr. and "Mrs. J. H. Owen, of Pincher CreeK, a daughter. is suffering "from' leprosy. wi.u. moment certainly come to jgnei. It is recalled'low at the be- jlhe man. will be immediately moved i ginning of the'last session, one reac- i to a It. is not thought i tionary speech produced .general rc- tJlere wil be danger Of _. U ease, spreading as the, man has beenjhad not stiffciied hellion ia-'KadicaV ranks which ended disastrously if Asquith moment. apart from the other prisoners. The radicals view winsome, .distrust speech. The orchestra' was. "the subject of rtne next toast and the leader, E. cnandler made a suitable replyi- At this juncture the gathering' was taKen somewhat out of the Oiisirman's Hands as Earl Morris, 'who has. been the- Herald .-since it started as a -sveetly, rose and 'in a, neat speech informed Mr. Buchanan, that' he was to be tne recipent. of ,a .token es- teem from the staif, Miss fodger presented Mr- Buchanan with clutr 'bag and. umbrella. Although No Better Vir- nas ever been offered to the cultured smoker. Per box o! Ten (eofrk tips) the of ap- In. the, .Westminster Gazette 'according to this paper, which is ac- knowledged to be the closest of the prime the veto bill is ap- parently to be pressed through, but retaining the form Lords.. "We I shoulfl like to see b'owi parties taken I MAYOR DEFIED THE .LAW taken hr surprise, he made a feeling reply, expressing Ms appre- ciation, A. toast to the health of air. Buchan- an proposed by O. D. Austin, was re- ceived with "He's a jolly good fellow' and cheers and was briefly acknow- ledged. Mr, Buchanan came- down from Ed- monton to attend' the banpuet, return- ing last night to attend the legisla- ture. into fcpunsei, similarly with the Irish We welcome the intimation of that suggestions of pa- cification are likely, to be renewed with 'a view "to settlement by con- In Conservative England Despite the impatience of Radicals history seems to be-.rushing forward pretty rapidly in Conservative Eng- land. In one short twelveraoruh a revolutionary change in taxation has .been practically unanimously Accept- ed, even Balfour's criticism of Bud- get being in this contest confined to minor details. Now apparently the veto of peers is to be abolished and the hereditary principle is to !w i-e- linquished, changes which in any oth- er country in the world have been brought about without .bloodshed That the abolition of the veto is si- ready accepted as inevitable is ir.tii- cated by ths fact that thr opposition papers and speakers nave now turned to the discussion of -details of the ox- j FOR MOVING 'PICTURES Gainesville, Ohio, Dec. defi- ance of the Blue laws and the prose- cuting attorney's, .threat to enforce tttem. Mayor today operated a moving picture show. The owner of the theatre did not care to brave the promise of prosecution if- he opened nig place, so the tpwn's executive, de- termined to do so and leased the the- atre for the The '.proceedings rrom the were given to tae local branch of the Salvation Army. IKE UJL f FT TED ft AYE Lfcl IfiK DUAfc HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE. COULD NOT CROSS THE FLOOR PAIN WAS SO CHEAT. Miss Hazel Hess, Winchester Sprinp, Ont., I was troubled with my kidceys for five years. They were so bad, at times, I could not cross the floor for the pain. The doctor could not do over four years. I will recommend them i there i seem to know that the letter boxes _ _ recently erectc-d are for use yet. They j to "every sufferer.-" (are all being used by a great many No can be stronjc i People, but many more could usr kidneys are well. j them. The idea that they are not tn b-e used until the street delivery is startsd, is wrong, as they arc for immediate use. The fjcxes on Fiitei (Round) street, and Third Ave. are ckar- rd twice a- day at 12.30 and 9 p.m., while all the others are 9 p.m. gnly. People using the., boxes an> having their mat! sorted and sent "of? on the .first mail Wain. Mr. Higinbotham the Herald that there are, no raorc roquircd for the street delivery. The department has a large number of. ap- plications in now and do not want more. id healthy When the kidneys ore ill. "the whole body is ill, for the poisons which the kidneys ought to filter oxit of the blood are left ir. the system. Then how important it must be to see to it that this system of sewer- age be not clogged up. Doan's Kidney Pills are a purely .vegetable medicine, realizing quick, per- cnttucat relief, without any after 'ill effects.' A medicine that will absolutely and all forms of kidney uid bladder, trouble. Doan's Kidney -Pills are 50c. per box JJ.25. at all dealers or mailed iirect on receipt of price by The T. Wilbura Co., Toronto, Ont.' If ordering direct specify Best Is- There is in ev a the and} speaking about uors iyoti will :iiiid that particular article Almost eyerytliin'g in ptir line" lias :a, substitute, but" we not concerned about them. We .believe in giving the public the 'Gen- uine Peo- ple do ibid f it -convenient to come to the Store, get same 30 attention paid to their Orders whether we get 'fhpTY! by 'bv Mail, or by v i Telegram. 'THE Spirit Co, Importers 407 2nd Ave, S. P.O. Box 628 Plione 543. ;