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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, December LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by Publishing: every iti office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge; Alberta, W. A. BUCHANAN MANAGING PHONE: Editorial, Newt.Dtpt 1224 PHONE: Advcrtisina Circulation and -Job. Depts. 1 year, delivered ?4.00 fi months, 'delivered 52.00 S .inionths, deJiyered 1 month, deliverea SSc DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 -year, by mail 6 months, by mail ......II 75 S months., by- mali .......S5c, chanxed Addresses must be often dewred, .but sad old WEEKLY HERALD Published every "Wednesday in" eight or aicre "passs. and EUiamarys of the news or tha Jocal and- distriac. 1 in advsmce J S. naoaihs, Ja -advance months, in THE HERALD FOR SALE' AT Drug "-i Book Siore, J. G. Hoberr- Co., Johnston Jack- ton, Alexandra Hotel. pk-.s Drug Store. Co. S. W Hamilton. Plncher J. AlitcheE D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug c: Book Co. Fernic, 3. Seal 5, A'tchSsoG. Lake or. Dr. D1 Arc's Drug 'L. Vancouver. B. Won.; Co. ws CQeers don't always mean votes. -Mackenzie got aJ] ibe cheers in North but Mayor Adams got a big snare of the votes. Mackenzie was beaten, but riot dis- graced.: The vote be polled need cause nim no regrets. By re-electing Adams the city is saved tne expense of buyiiig a new mayor's chair. Scotland >ian to em- oody nig ripest thoughts on the sub- ject. S.dno headed the polL Bowman's'undoubted ability as-an and the vote of the derman and Ms intimate can be taken as a hearty en- of the affairs' of the city, stood him j aorsation. The return of the separ- ia "good stead and he weathered the; ate school tnjstees by acclamation gale in a way that must be very sat-1 snows that the separate sclToo! sup- to him, in view of what hap- s aTen j jened to his colleagues who sought) gn the whole the elections have Alderman Bowman is re- come ojj very satisfactory, and it is cognized, as the strong man of the pre- now for the people to get over the sent'council, "and his return is approv- temporary excitement, and get ed very "generally even .by those whojto 'business There is no doubt; cifrj not see their way clear to give but what the extraordinary inte're--; their active support. He had a'aro-jsed in the campaign will continue Hard battle t.o fight, and has come m rough the year, and the people will i off-with flying colors. raKe a greater interest than ever in The defeat of Alderman King can 'he afrairs of in city, and it is right be attributed to two things. One is' they should. OUR POINT OF VIEW Supporters and opponents alisc of 'Mayor Adams will congratulate him on his victory. The Mayor's Christmas dinner is saved. He will have real reason to return thantcs. Eighty voters shlrlred their whole conrest, and U3c same ib election. hundred ia tiie or Tncr tnougnt it could control, and this student body as a whole is transact- Service Begets Success Nature perpetuates species, but sacrifice of the individual is the cost. We each die for our succes- sors. H.-ippiness w the now consists of service only Happiness in the future depends on judicious use. of the I For years have imperfectly tried to serve you- e icli dyi'ig }Tear makes room for its-successor in- busy-ness shows that you heartily appreciate our We are liappy in your service the live- long day. G.ome, then, and look o er -our fast" diminishing sto-k of Ghr stuias show them free To-day we mobilize over yesterday's mirage; to- morrow we shall advertise. _ Tbe result Lethbridge wnyj and an a.wi" supporters. Mackenzie and hiV bok Co. Ar, pre'dicteq the great bulk of the] siien? -vote-went" one'way. Mayer-; McGREADY The Chemist SAGE The Picture-Framer flutj by plumping in the aJdermanic Adams got it The candidates for the .presidency good men and true, and it is Impossible to predict the re- .Bult, T The following is a list of the candidates: L. Bruce, Science; A-' P. jVIenzies, M. A., 'of "Theology; First Vice-President: H, S.. Smith, Arts; J. E. Carmichael, if. Science; Second Vice-Presid- ent: Walter W. J. Lamb; (Critic: C. W. M. Goodwin, Science; Secretary: Hugh .viciiinnon. Medicine; John JVlcKinnon, Arts; Treasurer: M. Ybun'g, Medicine An interesting feature of the elec- tion is the fact that the nominees for tne position of Secretary are two Mc- ivinnon. brothers, who have also been 'rivals on the athletic field for the past .years. i The. Western Association held its I elections a few days ago. The Asso- ciation is thriving this year, -with a. membership of seventy-rive students. Only "those are received as menabers w-lio ares bona tide westerners, since each must have least fwenty- 'tour consecutive months in the West- results of the elections arc giv- en below: C. Wallace, liunisden, Sask.; Vice-president M. "M-. Colquaoun, Deloraine, Man.; Treas A. Sec- retary, J. P. JMcLeod, Lockwood. Com- mittee: Mclntosh; Sas- Brown, Retina; S. Fraser, Ednxonton; tsrltlsh E. Lane, New Westminster. Mr.-M. Gordon, of Orangeville, In- spector of Schools for Dufferin coun- ty, has given ?50 lor a scholarship to be "competed for by students of the Dulterln county schools, desiring to enter Queen's University. The Or-j aafievilie district has given Queen's; ma-ny ot her best students, among tnem. "being our own Prof. 'Skelton, Her. Mr. Tumbull, of Banka ttrect Vreabyterian Church, Ottawa; Mr. J. maJf'e it. possible, for others to -follow in their, footsteps. VV. M. A., oi Berlin, member of the class of '96 has also established a in Pol- itical and Economic Science. The annual value of the scholarship is it will .be awarded alternately in the pass; classes" in Economics and poli- Mr. Lochead is the district man- ager at Berlin of -the Mutual Life In-. surance- Co. Oh-, Sunday, 'morning, the students favored with' a most interesting fey "Miss" Kawai, of Japan. Kawat is "-visiting Queen's In the interests of jhe_ Y W. C. A, move- ment.' strident at Bryn Mawr where she has been: studying as; a ward of the Japanese government- The services on'Sunday afternoon, were" conducted by Rev. atrachan, "oJi_ Hoseclale Presbyterian Church, Toronto. :.Mr. Strachan is graduate of well _and ravorahly known" at He is_the present-president of-The Al- umni Conference. Prof. Dyde goes to McGill 'on Wed- nesday evening'to. address the Arts Society there. Recently a plan has Deen formed to bring: 'the Arts socie- ties into of Varsity, McG-ill closer touch with and 'Queen's 'each, other, through a series of addresses before each society by professors from its sis- ter universities. Prof. Doyle's visit to McGill is the first step in the working out of the plan." Turn a Draught to Good Aeeotinl Often in winter-you dare not open a window, even though the room be warm, because the cold air makes a draught that is dan- gerous. With a Oil Heater there need be no danger from draughts. Open 'the lower part -of the window a little, put the Perfection Oil Heater in front 'of and the cold draught will be turned into a pleasant, healthful current of fresh air. The Absolutely smokeless and odorless gives just as .much heat as you desire. It is safe, odorless and smokeless. Has an automatic-locking ilanic spreader3 which prevents" the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove to clean and drop back. Burner gallery 'cannotbecome wedged, because of a new device can be easily and quickly unscrewed for'rewicking. An indicator shows the amount of oil in the font. Has a cool handle. Filler-ccp is put "in place like a cork in "a botrie, and Is attached to the font by a chain. Finished in japan or nickel, strong and durable, well-made, built for service, and yei iight and ornamental. verywtn. jtoi a! yours, vriie far Jtscriytsac ciraJor nearest of the ;