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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta pi If- LETHBRIDGB HERALD nmniHi co., ltd. W. A. tUCHANAN, Miaagiig Director. W. JOIOAN. Sivt tf J�b Dcparlownt. lie ashamed of tho voto ho polleil. On the other hand lie has every reason to be proUd. ' SUBSCRIPTION: Zn 4dvanc�  91.50 a year Otisiw   2.00 a year ADVERTISINO. Par Month  Sl.OO Per Inch the NEW COUNCIL As /ar M the Herald ts conoerno'I tile reauK of tlw municipal olcotions, coiM not iMtv� bom improved upon. - A atrons capable aet of men huvo toea ttMeAJiad tho Intereifls of the ieity artila gobd hands. Mayor'palbraMi ia an iatolllgent, 'ntourBetuI. fearless man and wh Iwva every reason to expect a pro-STomtve '^irrt to dominate thu policy be will follow in the Council Hi will have at bis back good, oueid' bunineaa men. who have great tovth' In tbe city and vill do thoir Mtmoat-to promote the city's devol-opmeM. Ever}' effort aiiould be made ty the ' iww Council to improve tbe appoar-aaoe of: the city. Encourage tree piaating' in every uossible wnay. Improve iBUaectlately our streets and '�wli(s iand^malee'them creditable to � a place witb Lethbridgo pretension.i Enter upon a vtgorous publicity campaign with tho object in v�ew ol locating ' manufacturers �nd whole-MUei� btn. Letbbridgo is going to bo a Urge city and a strong foundatiion can now be laid if tho council follows a .progreseii-e policy. Jaa. Ashcroft's vote shows tbixt he still hos a tig following emong�l'the ratepayers. bettor prosrxiols for growth and velopment ihon Loihbridge. dc'- land vigorous in Hs cinticisnis o>f pub- I subst Kuting a tiu-MI coiupluto in it- Don't let outsi'dcrs ^t ohciad of you on investments in Leiblbridifo i�al estate. lie nvL-n and public questions. John .A. Cooper, tlw eclMor of the Courier IS a tvftint^vl journalist onvl should ,'nfako ihe now papvjr a power in tJlo land. self tho pn>fercntial tarifl is made ii No better man could have been elected prcsiOcnt of iho Ajjricultural Society than D. J. Whitney. He i" one of tho Ijest famiors in tho d Mclnnes is big enough and brainy enough to be in the DomirKon Cab-irjet. Ho is resourceful and enei^tlc and stands for the people in ull ti�ings. Sir "niotnas Sbaughnessy says ihc C.P.R. is prepared to sjv>nd 810.-000,000 iHsxt year on now rolling; stock if tbcy can gi>t them. SuivU' there is an opening for a number oi tar manufacturers in tiiis coim:i-.v. now that the railroad e.\'pAnsion is so groat. The Canadian North in claims to have bought the ouipui of every Canadion factory for ivsxt year. Justice Stuart luipresaed every -body as a fair and impartial jurist. The settlement of tho coal etrikn has given the iin]>ression over iiK> Oomln on again that liOthbridgo ia u coal centre only. A publicity cam -palgn would Gt in fine at present in enlightening tlio poople about I.�th -bridge grains and grasses, Ldi'u-tridge fruit and Ljcthftridge vegetables. The time is near at hand when Lethbridge will be more heaid of as the centre of a great agr.ciil-tural district than anything else. Gloichen stays with tho Ruther -ford govarnnient. No good rco-son wus offered why it should change its allegiance. .Vt a Liberal converrtion at Wood -stock, Ont., E. W. Ncsbilt declared that "tho corruption In London > >is an infernal disgi-aLO to Cnniidian.s. We catinot stamp it out by saying the Toilcs are jusl os bad Wc ore not cleaning Tory stables. Wc uro cleaning our own stables. If wc laugh at it and think it smart th.>n It will go on. Out it is fur usniecn trimmed. The Herald is using up paper fast these days, due to the large ,>at-ronage our advert.sing columns are receiving from our enterprising mer-cbant.s. They realize they can talk to people of all classes through tho Herald. There are very few homes in this district that the Herald does not enter. Hon. Cha.s. S. Ilynian may l>o a good follow and all that, but a men. who is elected under such conditions as he was in Ixjndon, ought not to have a place in our public life. If he was Ignoiant of the acts of his Bupportci-s th;n ha is too color blind to t>e administering a big spending rtcpartHKnt like tha* of public wor>is His resignation not only as a nwm A ni?w rnnnfUiin mrnlhly. tha Cnn.Klinn rictoriii' puhllshv-id in Montreal, hiis a groat dsal of nwrit. It i.s (:^nnaB niKl Canadian life. It is a monthly that ahouKl bo in every home. The C.P.n.'s Christmas presont to the riooP'o of the west is a half cent per mile I reduction in passengier lares. Next Decunvhcr there should Iw a /iirth(>r iiediictlon of half a cent. The All)erta Railway ought to de-linht its patrons by reducing its fare. W� do not know of nnathur railroad in Canada that cbarpss live Cjnts a milo. J. .J. urn can't got into AMserta too soon. As soon as he nppe-irs competit'on will bo at hand and down will go rales. Come on. Jim. The New Tsriff. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Of tho new tariff subnii'tted to Wir-Haincnt j^sterday. ii is not po�4.'irnto tariff. The general rate of duties against' the world has teen There aie more elTectiyo aKcncy in transferring trade from foreign countries to British .merchar.ts and manufacturers. In many IntiMrtant lines of trade the British preference is now ntorc than one third of the general tart'lT. Inihis s|>oerh, too. Mr. Fielding said tho right woni about the attrtudo of Canada towards the larger scheme .�f n reciprocal proformco. Canada mam tains tho prcfcrcBoe for her own Iwn-cfit and as a mark of affection and regard tor Oroal Britain: and with no inteirtion ?>f nuktog it an iustru-mcnt for tho coercion of the British people. The intermediate sot of rates is a now dotmrture. At presmt it docs not go Into cRect: and lias been put into the tariflf to afford a b�.sl8 for negotioition with countries that desire to enter into reciprocal tradi* arranipemcnts with Canada. It is midway between tho British tariff and the general.tariff, thus ensuring that in any ever.t no foreign counirr, will ever iia\'� tho right to ship its goods into Canada upon as favor -able terms as those which apply to importations from Oreat Britain and her colonists. We an; ��f th� Kmpiro and wo do not forgot our obl'i blood. I!pon the whole, tha tariff oppcars to 'be a sensible, woll-utado. carefully planned bit of work. liknly to privi� os satisfaetory in tho new conlitions as the tariff of 1897 was in thro ohi Mr. Fielding's former tariff 'astotl nine years, givina this i-ountry a period of tariff stability nn' n->wn �n her previous h �tory: and the proscnt tariff should usher in another decade 1� I of fixed tariff conditions and ovnr-wldoning prosperity. Whan, after llie lapsorl'.ng companv will l� welcome news to tho t^hcatrs goers of Lethbr;dgo. This year tb� company is by for tlw most ialentd and will present hsre for tho flr.^t time two elaborate costunvod tird socnic productions. Tho bill for tht opcnn? night lelng "Tlie Prisowr of Zbnda." On �atuida.v night f'A Soldier ofFortuna" will played. This is a romantic drama with atliw ring clinmxKs and just suHlcient comedy to keep the audhinco Iromi we�f3r� A FARMER'S RECORD. TEACHERS' INSTMITTE. II. n. Eldridgo of Butte Lakes, nojir Spr'ng Coulee, wa� in tho city th s wc�k. Ho ybronght in flOOpoun Is of dpossad chicken for which ho r-j-celvod 13ie a pound. Mr. Eldi�idgc reports (hat his wheat ran 40 busli-els to th� acre and ha got 2200 e sof oats off 23} acres. T!ie Immortal .ty of .bj Poets was ber of parliament, but as a Cabinet, some very siitlsfactory decreeaos, and tht subject of an excellent paper giv- TWO OFFICERS, Minister, is due. Compulsory voting is one of tha lieet W'oys of gettii-g rid of this -corruption evil. Make every man wlio has a vote go to tbe poll and mark a ballot. If be i^lly can't conscientiously vote for any of tlw^andid -ates be can put in a blank ballot. Give Lethbridge as much pubKcrtty as is in your power. It is interviews like that given >.y Mr. MacMlcking to tho Winnipifj Free Press that bring Lethbridge to the front. We otion crooks and briJxsrs shorn 1 be sent 16 the ponitontlar}'. The Herald has perused a copy of tbe Canadian Courier, a now Canadian weekly and is well pleased with it. Canada needs a good national There is no place in tho west with weekly, well oditjed and independent j which It was formerly determined unU I some slight increases, not nearly su fcatisfactory, particularly those in th�.> textile schedules; lutt the general result appears to be that there is u slight reduction in tho average rate of duty. Many of the most determined assaults upon the Government' havo failed. Lumil>cr, barbed wire, binder twine, and tin plate, remain on vhc free list; and the duties on agricultural implements, in place of being , put up to a iJrohLlfitive 5guro as urg-I ed. ha^'c been reduoed in accordance V ith the requests'made by the deputations of farmers who waited Upon the Go.rcmmcnt. Bimdera and miowers are now at 17'i per cant., which is the good olh Mackenzio rate. The Frit isi prefprf>aco is contin ted and its effect accentuated. By abandoning tbe percentage method by en by Miss Ells at the Itooanibor meeting of the Teachers' Association The.' paper started with the state-nwAt that no poet can be a true poot who does not believe in the futurelife. Miss Ells traced the development of this belief in the writings of Homer, Virgil, Shakespeare, Milton, Wordsworth, Tennj'son and Browning. Mr. Lonx discussed writing in un interesting manner, advocatitig the muscu'ar Spcncerian style. ..Ho~ spoKe of the advantages and difBcultlesand outlined a good method for the teaching of tlu: subject. Tn oiir report of tho Agricultural Society's ann'ml mast ng wo r.egloct-twl to. say that Wm. 01ivx>r was elected first vice-pr(^ida hand to cash buyers. THIS IS THE PLACE FOR CORRECT CLOTHING. Ladies' Christmas Neckwear BY EXPRESS. This year vo have quite excells.l ourselves and have the nattiost foods ever shown in tiie Wi�st Call and make selections. Prices from 10c to 85.00. WE PLEASE ALL. Bargains in Furs for Christmas THE BEST STOCK IN TOWN TO PICK FROM. We arc cut Jag deep into prices to clear: Ladies Black Astrachan Jackets, worth 835.00, clearing at 82.5.00. Ladles Electric Seal Jacket, worth 840.00, clearing at ......... 830.00. Ladies Capcr:ntis at SIO, $12 and 915 Fur Muffs in Electric Scat, Astrachan, Sable and Fox. Wo Invite all to look through our mammoth stock. We havo,^.0. This is t^e best value ever shown in towii. Large' size lenther suU casos 85.00 to 8S.0O. from Club bags and valises at all prices, accord asc tc size. While our canvas telescopes are too cheap to mention, merely 50 rente aad ip. WE INVITE INSPEC"ri:ON" Our Prices are Low* �. J. HILL ?a Our Terms are Liberal. ;