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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta "ft! LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. 1)0 ashamed o( tho voto ho polled. On the other hatKl he has every reason to bo proud. ' - .las. Ashcroft's vote shows that lw W. A. BUCHANAN, Mui|tn Director. I st'u hfts tt u* fo,,owi"* i�a ; ratepayers. W. JOWAN, St*, of Job Department. Iwlitor pros[wot9 (or growth and development than Lothbridgo. Don't lot outsiders got ahead of you on Investments in LolUbridgo real estate. and vigorous In Ms criticisms wf puli- I substituting a laiill eonudolo itv II-llc mon and public questions. John'self tho preferential tariff Ih made a A. Cooper, tho cdUor of the Courier 1 more effective agency In transferring in a trained Journalist ami should 'trade from foreign countries to Brit-ninke the now paper a power In tho land. SUBSCRIPTION: In Advanc*  ISO a year Ot tnw   92.00 a year No bettor man could have been elected president of the Agricultural wen Society than t). J. Whitney. Ho is one of tho Iwst farmers In the dts -V 000,000 next year on now rolftng A. E. Humphries is a pusher and the Agricultural Socioty mado no 'stock If they can got them. Sur.-iv m.stako in ticking him secretary, j thorc Is an ojwning for n number of Ho will t�n�e." be "on tho job alt the car manufacturers In this count o. now that tho railroad eX|>ansion i� so great. Tho Canadian North'tn claims to have bought the output of every Canadian factory for next Justice Stuart Impressed every body as a fair and impartial jurist W. W. It. Mclnnis, now governor of Ah lar as tho Herald ts concerned 'thc Yukon. Is spoken of as a Cabinet the resuR of tho municipal elections, jPOMMIHy in British Columbia. Blll> yc�r. could not have boon Improved upon. lMe'niw� Is big enough ami brainy I A strong cojiablo sot of men huve enough to bo In the Dominion Cab-1 At a Liberal convention nt Wood-been elected And tno Interests of the lwt- "� '� rosouroeful and energetic Mock, Ont.. E. W. Nesblti declared city are In good hands. ftnd Mands for tho iwople In ull that "tho corrur>tion in London > as Mayor Oalbrntth is an Intelligent, th'Ugs. ' resourceful, fearless man and wM - have every reason to expect a progressive spirit to dominate the policy he will follow In the Council lie will have at his back good, sound business men. who have groat Uvth In the city and vill do their utmost to promote the city's development. Ever)- effort should bo made ty the new Council to improve the appearance of the city. Encourage tree planting' in every uossiblo way. Improve immediately our streets and walks and make them cred.tablc to - a place with Lothbridgo pretensions Enter upon a vigorous publicity campaign with tho object In \tew ol locating manufacturers and whole -salers here. Lothbridgo is going to bo a large city and a strong foundation run now be laid if tho council follows u .progressive policy. idea. ir. excellent lllu.s-l rations, of Cnnwl'mn scones nod Canadian life. It Is u monthly that should bo in every home. The C.P.R.'s Christinas present to the |K>o|)le of the west is a half cent \nr mileireduction In passenger lares. Next IVcembcr them should ha a further reduction of half a cent, The Allwrta Hallway ought to delight its patrons by reducing its fare. Wo do not know of another nil I road in Cnn.idn that char-go* live e.nts a mile. Jnn Infernal disgrace to Canadians, j We cannot stamp it out by saying the Toilos are just as l>ad Wo ure not cleaning Tory stables. We ure ----- cleaning our own stables. If we The settlement of tho coal strike laugh ot It and think it smart tiiMi has given tho impression over the it will go on. Hut It is for usm.-n DonVn'on again that Lothbridgo is u |n North Oxford, as well us in other coal centre only. A publicity cam- placet., to stop It." That's Outright palgn would fit In fino at prosont in wuy to talk. Talking aSout tho - ins enlightening tho people about l>!�h  0f tlw other fellow dotvt not mttigatu bridgo grains and grasses. Loll.- your own sins. Corruption nod 1�ridge fruit and Lothbridgo vog- crcHikcdness must bo driven out of otables. Tho time is near nt hand tho Literal party by Liberals and when Lothbridgo will be more heard shout'ng a'out other follows sins, of as the centre of a groat agr.cid- will not do It. J. ,T. Hill can't got into Allvr'.a too soon. As soon as ho appears compotit'on will lie nt hand uivd down will go rates. Come on. Jim. ish merchants and manufacturers. In nmny Important lines of trade the Hritish preference is now more than | one third ot the general tarfff. Inlhis H|)eech, too. Mr. Fielding said tho right word about tho attitude of Cunada towards tho larger scheme >f a reciprocal preference. Canada main tains tho preference for hor owni l�n-cflt und as a nvnrk of affect*on and regard tor Great Itritaln: and with no Intention of making it an Instrument tor the coercion of tho British people. The Intermediate sot of rates is u new departure. At present it docs not go Into effect; and has boon put into the tariff to afford'a basis for negotiation with countries that desire to enter into reciprocal trad" arrangements with Canada. It is midway between tho British tariff und the general,tar 1 IT, thus ensuring that in any evor.t no foreign countr;. will over have tho right to ship Us goods into Canada upon as favor -able terms as those which apply to Importations from. Ureal Britain and MASONS ftLF.CT OFFICERS. North Star lxHlgo, No. -1 A.F. & A.M., elected tho following unicorn on Monday night. II. Scott, W.M.. O. II. Johnstoi.. H.W.; E. Adams, .1. W.; J. H. Fleetwood, Treasurer; A. CI. Nedham, secret*ry; A. Itonney, Tyler. A LETTER TO* SANTA CLAUS. A tathbridgn youngster has ad dressed a letter to "Santa Claus North Pole." Postmaster Higtii but ham has given Ihe II raid the copy, which roads o� follows: "IX-�ir HanUi Onus. I Just want to write you a llttlo letter to tell tho S. O. Burbrldgo of Coatlcook, - Quo., has been appointed manager of Postmaster Hlglnbotiwun has been Xha Hell Telephone Co. to succeed notified that the letter boxes to be ' - * ........ i.. ,u, placwl around tho streets, will ur -rlvo shortly and ho malls from those boxes. W. J. Cialliford. Hw arrived In city this weak. HAROLD NELSON COMINO. The coming engagement of Messr* Harold Nelson and Clifford Ltino Bruce with their supporting compnii.v will welcome news to tlw t/heatre goers of Lethhr.dgo. This year the company Is by far tlw most talented and will prosont h^ro for tho first time two elaborate costumed ind scenic piwluetions. The bill tor the openn? night Icing "Tho Prisoner of Zenda." On .Sntuixlai' nlgltt "A Hold'er of Fortuna" will be t>la.y�>d. This is a romantic drama with stir* ring climaxes and Just sufficient, comedy to koep the audience from weary- EDITORIAL NOTES. The verdict of tho electors at Monday's municipal elections was tural district than anything else. Ololchon stays with the Ruthor  ford government. No good rea.Mii> was offered why it should change its allegiance. "Riley eon trimmed. The Herald is using up paper fast The New Teriff. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Of tho now tariff submitted to Parliament yesterday. It is not pow>M>lo to speak fully in this issuo of the Free Press. Th3 now schedules nro ......- ------- ------- you what I want for Christmas. her colonists. We arc of tlw Empiro 'W|>, i Wll|vt fl yfl{^, cardboard vil-and wo do not forgot our obligat - , ,Jl?0 ft tloll's hammock, tin I a doll's ions to our brothers of the blood. I hnl ,\\\wn wants a dress and Ppon tho whole, th? tariff apixsars j n((| ft p|n cuh|,|0n for my little drcs-r, well I guess this is all I to l� a sensible, well-n��di\ carefully planned bit of work, likely to pmv ius satisfactory in th? new con litions as Uk> tariff of IdO" was in tin- uhl Mr. Fielding's former tariff lasted nitvoforc it will lie possible to speak of their effects with authority. of fixed tariff conditions and ovnr-w-idenmg prosjierlly. Vthsn. after the lapse of many years, another revls-on will lie necessary, Canada v-ill Ik- Hon. ('has. S. Hyman may lw a good fellow and all that, hut a men. i'ho is elected under such conditions as lie �"ns In Ijondon, ought not to have a place In our public life. If he was ignorant of the acts of his,, ... supporters th n lie Is too colorblind Thele.Mzo the Canadlnn tariff, to bo administering a big Rpcnding tariff remains a moderate tariff department like that of public wor*s general rate of duties against His resignation not only as a mem- world has teen recast. There aie l�r of parllanvnt. but as a Cabinet some wry Satisfactory decreases, and tht subject of an excellent paper giv Minister, is due. jsomc slight increases, not nearly so on by Miss Ells at tho December Somo things are. however, obvious fortnr.iiio if shn sl�M has William S First, and most notable, is tho con.- , Fie.ding availablo for tho task, plcto failure ot the attempt to Din*- t TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. T!>e Immortal.ty of th; Pools �vas Th* The the A FARMER'S RECORD. II. R. Eldridgo of Butte Lakes. ,n8 'rom tlw hunklor swiws. Tho iv�ar Spr'ng Coulee, was in the city l'lot 'R laid in Ocnruxny and doala th s weuk. Ho brought In fiOOpouivl.s wlln thc superstitions of the people of dro.�fK�d chicken for which he re- ;of l,,at country In tho early costumed vod 13Jc a pound. Mr. Eldi�i ^ R tru ruption evil. Make every man who Might reduction In tho average rate ^ ^ ^ jn u members of tho council are sound, progressive men. and should give ut U,J to ft prohibitive ftguro as urg-- ,ed. have Ijcen nnlucod in accordance ElPdlon crooks ami britx-rs shout I V 'th lh� ^luests'inado by the depu-l.� sent to the penitentiary. t"tions of farmers who waited upon tnese aays, �n' enjoyed the 1 first-class excursion rate tickets from Interest ng manner, advocating the .drive to the utmost and excitement........--------------v"  muscuar Spenccrion style. Ho spoae | was at higii pitch. After tho drivn of tho advantages und dimcultiosand all repared to Kcan's restaurunt, | outlined a good method for the | where refreshments wore served Tho Herald has perused a copy of the Government. Binders and mowers are now at 1"| per cent., which is I --the good olh Mackonzlo rate. Frc� Press that bring Lothbridgo to tne Canadian C�t possibki taste and prices from 97.30 to 912.00. BARGAINS IN SKinTS. We hivo an aggregation of somo 04 Ladies Skirts, ranging in .n ice from 9U.0O to 93.50. Wo oft r yo u your choice of the lot for . 83.00. Furniture for Christmas In this Una �u havo a complete st, c'p. -we invi in i:on< Our Prices are Low* �. J. HILL <& CO. Our Terms are Liberal. ;