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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITT-: LETHBRlBG'E DAILY HERALD December 13, .19.11 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER W. A. Doctor T. W. Editor JOHN Pub'.ihed liy Tht H.nld Publishing Co., Ltd.. ivtrjr lawful evening it Iti office, Sixth Strtet, Ltthbrldgi, Alberti, nn. I. PHONE: Editorial, Reporter-Ill, and Newt 1224 OAILV SUBSCRIPTION J year .1 by mill 6 mimUm. by mail b' months delivered 3 months ilelivercil 1 moutb liclivcred AdvtrtUlnj Circulation and Job Depti ..11.50 ,.25c. t mouth, by mail Addresses chunsed as oi'U-ii as desired, but bolh new and old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight pages, aud contains si'mnury or the news of the wWfc'Ipcal and district I year in advance .....I t! months in adviincs j 3 months In advtnct THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Book tore. J.Q. ilobert- Co., Jackson i; Cope, Alexandra Drug Store. ,t Co., R.W. HiimiHoii. Plncher .1. Mitchell. II. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug A Book Co. Fernie. B. Seal. Xorihau -Seattle A Cranbrook, B. C. AlcltUieou. I-. KeiiKCkn. Dlimond City-Diamond Cits B. C. World' Wide Co. Minneapolli-Brcwn fc Hrown 2194th St. Spokane-Tile .fauiicson News Co 705 Rivemiile Ave. Alio on alt C. P. R- Trains Christmas Shopping THE Christinas seiison is -associat- ed willi good i-lieer and good- will. Good cheer is dispensed fin many ways, according to the tastes fsnd pockets of individuals, that is in shape of (urkeys and 'other edibles peculiar to the season.! iiml is iliH outcome of goo-ilwill. The spirit goodv-ill is extended to those who gather round the Christinas 'board, and io tbose who participate in the many gi.'ts which St. Nicholas hi supposed r-Lo inspire. It is, there- fore, only a risM and proper part of the goodwill programme it should Iti? extended to those who are instrumental in Aiding the of this spirit in n practicnl way. These are tho numerous workers in the stores to Christmas time means .1 season of stress. public can tip much to relieve their'labors by shopping early, and not leaving everything to the lasf few days. This will-greatly help the merchant to-get ready early wiili regard to geUiiig in his stock for the lifter season trade. shopping will be a boon to the men uiid women heliind the counters, helping- them to enter t.o wants with- out rush and bustle, and preventing hours. The same consideration, will Hid the delivery men in "fitting through ''heir rounds at a reasonable time. Lastly, if selfish motives may be considered, it is the early custom- who sets the best O't the goods. So OUR, POINT OF VIEW Boost llHve you cauyht the vision of the boom? The Xonh came- very nearly on pairing two son-Is lit the council board, showing what good organize lion can accomplish. The Liberals have sirucfc rock-bot- tom in Ontario, and the rebound has started. j Xortli Grey covered iiself with j Slory in nvolfclinj; A. U. McKay. It pu. the strong band of condemnation on dirty political tactics. A. I-'. Crady. of AlacJeod. bad his [josiinastei'ship taken from liini by John Herrou. and the citizens con- soled him with a sent on tho council boa rti. While hoi on the trill) of a Job for himself. John lleri'oii is. busy tailing bread ami butter from Others. The bends of several leading officials MucleoJ riding have already been decapitated. Duncan Mui-BluiM jtiviHi a clean, manly, explicit denial lo Hie aspersions of Ihe Michi'iieritt's in tbis province, but it's a ten to ono not. will kei'p rfsht on lying about him. A party which ciin oiily must six In u house with forty-one men bers has a lot of nerve in diMihih ing should dl solve the Segisbiliirc. Mr. O'Urlen refuses to vote in tl legteluiiirei IUH! nmstMiueiitly dl I'rnnchises. Jus, riding. The eleulo of Hoclcy "Mountain have no voice' tlie government of this province as result of olociiiig u freak. -The now-city should'lal up.-lire question or a reduction1 o electric light rales soon as po Bible. Tho people -.ire entitled clH'iiper light. Cals.iry city council. lu its attUuc towards the car shops agreemei seems to be looking a gift horse j the teeth. Yes Quite Frequently you have a new often? liave tlietu close en- It Cheese It. Cjieese (Toronto Globe) en-Umsiasts uf Appleio! who think tbcy have made tli cheese the world over ough, logeiher to be twins.-I'uck.., .R grcvious erpor. That hono 'belongs to Ontario, und to the lowi It Certainly Is [Of Perth. From ihat enterprising Little is an incoiigru- [dairy district there went forth r.y, uncle? to the World's Fair iu Chicagi Uncle .ir.congriiiiy. the very nose of the Wiscon is u dlvqrce -lawyar humming a cheese weighing vedding (pounds, compared wffh little 11', r cheese made the tuber ilaj she Couldn't See It !Ht Appleton. Will Wisconsin please Ko one of.their way to please them. Lei us all unite In lightening their labor by shopping early.- We shall have the satisfaction at. least of know ing thai we have participated in, and given a practical demonstration' of the' true Christmas spirit. person ii my signature. I m'dn'i acui a Week- The celebrated seen some whilst Business Righteousness TH HE JtKPOKT tbat. the Rev. 11. J. Campbell, speaking in the Un- ited Slates, f.'a-ted th'at no suc- cessful business man could be hottest we are glad to note, denied. The misrepresentation has been going the rounds of the press, owing to the fact of Its piquancy. This fact alone is siiffitieni. to explode {lie geiieralriy of any such For -ii U the abnormal which generally calls for attention. If the matter baa gain- ed any prominence, ii is so, much the more favor of the general busi- ness man, in that his methods are righteousness is-simply.a.-form of coin monsense, a move towards self-pre- servation. Advertising, of course, has .been and is a reat ness righteousness. G vertfsed. public is invited to compare, weigh, analyze and sift them, and then to make them own .if it wishes. If ibe advertising false, advertiser floes not make pioney, he only makes enemies .who refuse to deal with him in the future. Honesty is not the best, ii is the only policy for the modern business man 'who would be success- ful. He must work upon the axiom Gone Over the Limit It was a beautiful evening, niici' Ole, who. had screwed up ,to take Alary -Tor n> carried away by the magic of the night. he asked, "Yes, she answered Ole lapsed Into a silence that :if factor in busi- painful to.liis n'aucee. "ootis are ad-1 said, "why lon't-j'ou say "Ay tanlf." Ole replied, "they bane ijs tie mu'clrsaid Balance on Wrong Side I i Stratford Beacon) i During the defeat of exports to the (United Stales'felT'off SJ.COO.OOO from j'ne figures same month'last -will yon.marry .year, whire rhe imports of from the United Stales -Mr. -Harden should make note honest, and the outstanding criticism i that "a transaction where both sides is something in >lie nature of a dis- turbance in a smooth, everyday state of tbings. The big business men, as M rule, realize that success !n life lies hi mnitidl service, the service be- tween him and his clients. A success- ful .tmsineKs man has summed up the raiise of his Piiceeae in the following manner. He says the modern business man has us ihat. business are not henefittcd immoral." ft is a real miitake to judge the general al by the particulHr. The world is not yet by apy means perfect. But the tendency of the day is making (or betterment all around. We have only to open bur eyes to appreciate ibis, ligri has become more alive to the fact that he has a duty to per- form witli regard to his fellow-man'. Consistent or Nothing fellow Randall -is most, consistent Chrisiiun Seientis-i. ever saw. A Queer Habit "I'm sure Uiat my husband cloesn' said the bride. "That asked the old-timer, "Vea, but be lias one very peculia habit. He's tcribly fond of cloves.1' so? be has ir'job at uight- atnh on an ocean liner .just to fiivri himself a chance to go around "All's Home iCompa'iiioa, Swinging the Axe THE wholesale dismissal of civil servants is ono which bas rightly been receiving the at- tention of the- House of at (Xtflwa. The prodfldiire of the pres- ent with regard to pub- lic officials is something in the way of "off with his as used in the card trial scene in "Alice in Wonder- land." 'The'victims there were irajit- ed purely from the fact iba't their .faces were utX visible, their back's showed thru they were of the same color as. all the cards in the pack. This is the system that is be- lli used.-by our present brand new government. Political color -is [he cause of offence. Thrown back on lia own resources, Ihe government, back wllti the "Tu 'juotiue" irsuniGiii. tiie weakcai which can af any iime be adduced, fu opening the debate, however, Mr. Maclean declared that the Liberal policy toward civil .service employees b'ad been generously interpreted KeneroiiBty applied, and that thousands of Conservative had been permitted To re- niain in office active political partisanship. He urged the advisability of having citch In- j vealigated before the. axe felf. iu-1 of aarepthig "palpable and taking -hWd- of There Is no doubt whatever (hat of Uift civil fouiiti taking loo active a part in poli- tics should be severely dealt witii, but. it is only right and just that a thorough investigation shoirM be made iuto charges brought forward. -Mr. Hordeiir gs Sir Wilfrid Laurier aptly expreiafid it, was sound in doc- trine, but weak in practice. He con- tended 1 hut there had been disinis- She Knew "What is asked ibe lady teach- er, '1.1131 binds, us together, ami makes us beiter than we are liy mr'nroV piped a wise little girl1 of eight. Could Stick To It First. got a job to paint the seats in. the park.' He paint- ed one aud asleep on it.- It took- three policemen to mill him off, hn stuck so fast." m Second tiier (irst :fitne''.I ftyci" heard of Jim stickhi" !.o An Imposible Feat (Montreal Herald.) The Borden government proposes to rake the tariff, out of politics by misting It to -a Conimision. At the same time it lays down the principle that Commissions are so emphatically "in politics" -ihai it is essential 'Unit the Commissioners should be in sym pathy with the ministers. The Tariff Commissioners when appointed will know what to expect if they do not ex- hibit a practical sympahy with the Con servative party ami lhe interests which bought, it, into which there couM be no pos- These jtistificaliou. the Sir In the' proViiice 'o( Xew so were the dismissals from the' post offfc'e service -that tlie (Iwpni'tment hud issued a special cir- cular for (hat purpose. The postmas- ter -in the- town of Woodstock wus dismissed Without thu slighteBt no- tice or Investigation, although lie had occupied' the position for .fourteen yearn, and had never taken part in political campaigns In his life. .Many cnuea-.of dlsinissal for beiny of. (lie wrong ppHjicQi complexion may be cited Hiroughout Western provln- ii time, therefore, thai some governmental measure should tie ramed for placing the civil nervicn on a permanent, basis removed from politica. This must tend towards ef- ficiency of (he whole nervier. There may have been cases in which parlies tiHv'e merited pnninhment, hut the Crenent lystem gives too much scope for'nllowlng politicfll ftnlmun to Iiitve sway. "Vftn to thf vaiKMilalHid" nhouM not any government. It originated In i barbarian Gaul, and should havf no place In n rivil- Something to Crow .Over MIR doctor said, ''I've paid .off the on my home in p LiillUOns. j ftii.t UrunswJck professor. -whjit ubt. as ggcsled What to Give the Children A visit ;'o oiir Doll Unpartnient will solve tills most perplexing qiieatlon... A Filli'd I'oys HIM! Dolls That is we have in our baHemtml. 1200 foei of floor space. HIOO feet of nbelvlBg, all filled fn overflowing with things to make tills ChrlEtnii'.s'the'moBt joyous ono your ever known. Our assortment. Is. very groat. Our Wo will hcop them till Our stnnk.'jg. immense. pricey will sur' nil Conift early nnd.Trtakr. your seleetinns. Xmas for you.: The Red Cross Drug Book Co. K Limited PHONE >M. T. H. MlCREADV, MinHir. I lie growth 'of suicides, to iliai point, however, is by the fact thai suicides iAvicc as numerous among the occupied as among the oi-eu- id. Xor is thp, theory borne out by fact that engine drivers, who vc hard yud responsihlft work, show jr'lovv suicide, while innkeep- ITK ai'c among tliosc who seriously is well the fit a Us tics. The coronet the but llir insanity rate aii-ong thoin is bigli they arr arifl in.soniniii lie blamt'S for many suicides. Handsome Catalogue free! for Our new Christmas catalogue is now and -U- The asking. It contains SS- pages of illustrations reproduced in colors, ot DiamondB, -.lewelrv, Silverware, Cut Glass, Leather Goods .and Novelties. A'pbstal card will bring you a copy. We pay delivery charges on all articles purchased fronroiir catii- loguen, guarantee safe delivery and refund the money it you are not absolutely satisfied. R. A. Wright LETHBRIDGE'S LARGEST JEWELRY HOUSE Eitabllihed 1BM. STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING. said hn could count on one hand impie.sls be bad held on Lawyers Were Wiie (Hamilton Snertnttor) Xewspapors anri labor men are call- ing fltber for tho return of- ibe [Namara defence or its applica- jtion for the rplief of (1m fumilies of jyicilnis. Haven't, they overlooked the Tniporiant fa'cl" that It, has. already 'been 'handled by the lawyers? John Thomson's Bairn? (fU'Kitm. JutlKing by the names of tUn nietn- bers of (be new P. E, Island.cabinet, Gaelic will be the official language. C, R. R. Branch Lines WinniiHiK. Dec. Ii -beftig made by (he fJ. H. in Do- minion government for power to build the 1. IVoni riswiirfilen'oir'lhe Mtwse northweHterly branch lo near Floral, or Ohaviet on the Pleasant Hills Siikatchewan. 2' From ,tbt Kite van-Forward branob- to the Weyburn-Letbbridge brancb, :i. From Sadie-wick on the Mar- dlsty subdivision, southerly to Tp, or 40 Sec. 10, 12 or 1-1 4th Meridian, Weybnrn north westerly and northerly lo the Saskatchewan river in Tp. 31 ,to to 4tb meridian.- Saskatchewan- or Al- From near Kipp on' the Crow's NTeat. branch to easterly or northwest to Tp. 12 or 13' west fourth meridian. Alberta. Prom the authorized terminals of the line from AHquith northwesl' crly to Union Bank of Canada "totiA (Onr) lOmmom. Office, II, Thrcrtmeedle Street, E. C. A Irtiich" of (his Rink has been established in London, Street, K.C., where Letters ofCrtdit dnd.praftp pvynblc it all points In Canada nnd tbe United RtntM, can 6e purcSaMxl, tvd Movajf Transfers arnngcd. A Visitors' is provided for'the' convenience of clients of tbc Jtauk .wWti'in 1o which their miil iimj be nddrcMtd. ;