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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December 14.1910. THE LETHBRIPGE The way to succeed in advertising is to make use of other people's experience in finding the best medium The tests of these two firms settle the important question EXPENDITURE AND RECEIPTS EQUAL German Empire Has a New BOTH TESTIMONIALS WERE UNSOLICITED %y What an Outside" Man says Vancouver, B. C., Nov. 22, 1910. The Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta. We have been advertising very, widely throughout America, an exceptionally good fruit land pro- position in the Arrow Lake country. You will be interested to know that per unit of expenditure, the results from THE LETHSR'DGE HERALD were the best we have received from any paper. Our clients are very well pleased with it indeed. We simply give you this mformatio'ri for your own satisfaction, as it is. not always the newspaper, even when producing exceptionally well, to get direct trace of the actual results of the advertising it is carrying. With best wishes for the continued success of THE HERALD as an advertising medium, we are Yours very truly, NOBLE ADVERTISING AGENCY, R. G. DEACHMAN, Manager, What an Inside Man says Great Falls, Mont.s Nov. 16th, 1910. Lethbridge Raily Herald, Lethbridge, Alta. reference to our Five.'Thousand Inch Contract ..with you, which has just expired, would say that we cannot too strongly endorse your paper, as being a'one in its class for getting results. Going over our records and making a careful compari- son with other mediums on both the 'line, 1 find that your paper brought us more actual buyers than any other newspaper we have ever used- At the time of com- mencing our advertising campaign with you, we figured that in-view of your very low rate card we could afford to spend considerable money in striking illustrations..Perhaps this was arr important factor in-making our advertising such a success, but in any case I want to assure you that we wH! certainly renew our contract with you in 1911; and we assure you that this statement is made, in all sincerity and based upon actual figures, not on any suppositions. Yours very truly, LONNQUIST-MASON CO., Per A, LONNQUIST. for Army Berlin, Dec. l3.-Herr Wermuth, sec retary of the imperial treasury ex- plaining in the reichstag today the financial position of the empire, "show- ed that in a year Germany, for the first time in irany years, will be able to balance expenditures with income. The government has borrowed OP an average nearly annually since 1900. The extraordinary ex- penciitures under the naval law are. approaching an end, and the reduci-y-V in these by some will he- gin in: the budget for 1912. The ex- traordinary expenses for new con- struction will disappear, the secre- tary said, in 1917. Reduction in Treasury Bills The improved financial position brought about by the new taxes was indicated by the reduction'in trees- The Herald Has Made Good to Reader lation and Advertiser Investigation Invited (Coptinuedjrdm' front UNIONISTS Dransfield, Un. unchang- r Pa. Yorkshire, Rea. Lib-. Blames Tariff Reform Personally my inquiries on this sub- ject all seem to result unfortunately. Today for example I went'to the Con- stituttdhal Conservative Club with a J'riena, an ardent tariff reformer. Here j if anywhere 1 should have been pro-' was indeed to point to. impres-' sive demonstrating the progress of the movement. The first fellow member we met, however, when asked his opinion of the election results, MORE SEATS out "They show' Labor Man Gains Scottish Returns tions of Tuesday were at Stiriingshirer'l-Cnapple, Lib. "unchanged] Denbighshire, 'East: John, Lib. 449; Hood, Un. unchanged. Fifeshire, Hope, Lib. Adamsori, Lab. Labor gain. Devonshire, AsbMrtoa: Morrison-Bell, Un- ionist gain. Bedfordshire, Biggleswade: Black, Lib. G-Iynn, Un. un- changed. Lancashire, Southwest: Leigh-Raf- fan, Overby, Un. unchanged. R. Un. POPULATION: OF GERMANY INCREASING to at' the present time. Gen.-.von- Herringen, minister, of war, described the. government's plans of enlarging' the army. Some of the Prussian-and Bavarian he said, did "not have full quotas of ar- and these gaps must be filled 'in. view 'of the thorough reorganiza- tion and -increase in the artillery of 6ur_ western -neighbors." "Modern coast defenses require spe- cially trained he add- ed. "Heavy guns must also be added to the field, artillery. Foot artillery must be increased by five battalions in'the Armv "The organization of an automobile battalion, is required. The modern army cannot be led. "and supported without automobiles. "The progress of. aerial navigation demands the organization of three aeronautical battalions of two com- panies each." May Xow Be About Six- ty-Five Million in Number SERIOUS FLOODS DEVASTATE ITALY Kome, Dec. serious have the noods become- in Northern Italy that the King has announced his intention of visiting the .affected parts. Heavy damage is reported all over, several villages.ibeing inundated. A- portion of the city .of Leghorn is- under water and serious been the railway station while in many in- stances the firemen were called upon to rescue people, from upper -windows WOULD COST EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS Government Cold Storage and Abattoir System in the West Ottawa, Dec. house .spent the whole of yesterday's session in considering the inauguration "of gov- ernment supervision of cold storage and abattoir The debate came in an amendment by Dr. T. "S. Sprpule to the government motion to go into 'supply. There was nothing very exciting in the'debate but it was of considerable interest especial- ly to the western three of whom took part in the debate, Messrs. Herron Of Sharpe of Lisgar and Glen Campbell Of Dauphin. Dr. speaking of, the immensity of the agricultural inter-, ests and especially those- connected with the raising of cattle compared the prices, quality and" quantity; ol the four countries which had develop- ed the dead meat industry, natbely, ''Australia, New Zealand, Argentine and United States to the .disadvant- age of Canada. The countries, he said, owed th-eir development of trade to the adoption of a system of .the cold storage and abattoirs. He con- demned the having done nothing.regarding matter. should be inaugurated for the handling of perishable. ...fruits.- There was a splendid market in the old country if we could place our fruits on. the market in- proper, condi- tion. Dr. Sprotiie then moved an. amend- ment.calling for 'the establishment of. a system of cold storage and abat- toirs under government supervision. Cost Eight Million Dealing with the proposal that the government should of abattoirs in the West and develop a meat trade, Hon.' Sidney Fisiier said that he had looked carefully into that proposal. The scheme, which on' its face looked would re- _Page V5 THE OFJHUITS Both Food and Medicine "Fruit-a-tives" is made of juices of fresh, ripe Besides contributing mucilage and other matter-as food, apples- bv their acid and aromatic principles, act powerfully in the capacity or tonics and antiseptics and when freely used they prevent-debility, strengthen digestion, putrefactive tendency of trogenous foods, avert scurvy, strengthen the powers of productive labor. If our friends would only pro- vide themselves with apples, we venture to say that not one man or woman in fifty would care for animal flesh to eat" GEORGIA HORTICULTURAI, Socmhr. Fruit-a-tives is made of the .fresh juices of apples, oranges, figs and prunes! Fruit-a-tives contains ;all' the medicinal principles fonnd in these fruits, combined with. valuable tonics and intestinal antiseptics. Fruit-a-tives "is more valuable than fresh frnit because "Fruit-a-tives" gives you all the good of the fruit withoutthe tongh fibre vrhich often proves 4 tax on digestion. 500. a box. 6 for trial size, asc, At dealers or sent ori'receipt of'price "by- 45. Gilbert, and Ve--; -Labor, .voted with -the -cbveru-: ment. WERE NOT PROVE by means of boats. At Pisa the river Arno has overflowed its banks .and part of the 'city is flooded. quire extensive machinery and the ex- penditure of eight .million- dollars. Mr. Fisher quoted market figures at Edmonton to show that in ;thc of pork at lowest figures receatlv q'uoted it would be impossible ,to 'place chilled meat on the British mar- ket at a profit. This was b-scause the consuming capacity of the country was increasing so" rapidly that the price ot meat products is too high to permit profitable export. John Herron, Slacleod, Alberta, quoted figures to show how the num- ber of cattle on the western ranges had decreased. Large ranches, he said, would soon be a thing of the. past-, b'ut in the course of'time farm- ers who are taking the place of ranch- ers would have to keep stock to re- plenish the land and there would not be a- market for it unless action was j Illinois Senator Can Take His Place in the Tort laif Tm t0 the nOOQ "MonSse Harcourl, Liberal, lop partj- Everything was against Hertfordshire, Hertford: Pawle Low, Un. unchan-e.J. government. The landowners Lib. Rolleston Un 5 un-i Leicestershire, Bosworth: McLaren, vrere solid; the breweries, the most'changed. jLib. Caroyski, Un. un- influential force in. Britain, were sol- id: the church was solid. No govern- ment would able to stand against Jand, beer and the Bible if mere had been no tariff reform." It may be out of the constitutional clubs of six thousand members that this one is the only one with such views. It' so. that he could be the only mem- ber I met. would be an odd coinci- dence. On. Dumfries, Burghs: Galland, Lib. changed. 315; MeCall, Un. unchanged. Perthshire, East: Young, Lib. 658; Sxelton, Un. unchanged. oiiiuue'i uuu uciiiui- .Northamptonshire, South: Thomas, burned at the Below Reduction Works Lib. Filzroy, Un. un- ab0ut a week ago, is dead. Samuel Millisran, who was terriblvj The polling days are ending son of- guerilla warfare, each In a party coneentrating to capture single con- stituencies where local conditions seem favorable, but little to indicate any general trend. The of the two seats in Plymouth, Torquay ami .Hodman lying together, shows, accord- ing to the Chronicle, a small but de- changed. Dorset, North: Wills, Lib. Baker, Un. unchanged. Northumberland, Tyneside, Robert- jcate. son, Lib- Robertson, Un. I At Grand Forks, B. C., a Doukho- bor was fin-ed S25 and costs for bury- ing a child without a burial certifi- S57i; unchanged. Suffol'K, Barclay, Lib. Goldsmith, Un. unchang- Staffordshue, West: Meskin, Liber- al G. A. Lloyd, Union. unchanged. Dorset, East: Guest, Liberal, Glynn, Union. unchanged. Aberdeen, East: Cowan, Lib. Craighead, Un. unchanged. nntte movement away from Liberal- sSSESto. Sig- Yorkshire, Barkslen: Ashhorne, Lib Lane Fox, Un. unchang- ism because of the old home rule pre- judice lingering in this sequestered corner. Tnere may also be some sig- nificance in the fact that the Nation- alist who won Ulster seat of Midtv-ied- rene from the Unionists, is a Protest- Wiltshire, Defies: Pocock, Liberal, i Peto, Un. unchanged. Lincolnshire: Brigg-Gelder, Lib. 506i; Bennett, Uh. gain. Cumberland, Egremont: Mousdalo, Liberal, Grant, Unionist, Ulcers and Cold Sores Are Healed by Zam-Buk Ulcers, cold sores and chapped places are common troubles just now. The hands a-nd the face are the parts generally affected, bu' sometimes coid arise -frnra cnilhisins on the toes and feet, and bad ulcers some- times follow cold cracks. Zam-Buk will be fo.und a quick and sure cure. Mr. W. J- HaJliday, of Ash Grove, Ont, little finger ant come ruler. ciutcltly slops conjShs, cures coltlx. heals the throat and lanis 23 cents. {unchanged. i Yorkshire, Rotherham: Pease, "Lib. All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, .safe and sure. Made by TfieE. Eddy, Co., Hiilf, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them says: had my i jar.ri it cracked at the first joint causing a bad sore, which discharged freely snd would not heal. The pain was very bad. and the whole of my hand became swollen and in bad shape. Nothing I got seemed to do it any good. "A friend advised me to try Zam- Buk, and I soon found that Zam-Buk was altogether "different to any pre- paration I bad ever 'tried. In a very short time it soothed the pain and healed the wound. I am convinced that Zam-Buk has saved my hand." Miss, Lillie May, of Stoney Creek: Ont.. says: "A few weeks since several nasty disfiguring cold sores suddenly broke out on my lips, which became much swollen. Seeing my con1 dition a friend advised me to try Zam-Buk and leave all other prepara- tions aside. This I did, and was mucJ surprised, after a few applications of this balm, to see every-cold sore ban- ished, and my lips in a better condi- tion tbarr before." ZamBuk will also be fo.und a sure cure for eczema, blood-poison, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, in- flamed patches babies' eruptions and chapped places cut, burns, bruise? and skin injuries generally. Alt drug gists and stores sell at 50c box, or post free from Co., Toronto upon receipt of price. You are warned against harmful imitations and subst! tutos. See the registered mune "Zam- Bak" on every package before buying. i _ Berlin, Dec... is in the throes of its quinquennial census, __ which was officially taken throughout j lookin i the Empire on Thursday, but will not day. actually end for many weeks. 1 When it is over the Fatherland ex- .peers to wake up and find itself thtr possessor of of souls Or a jgain of since 1905. German population experts are deep ly impressed by this week's announce- t that the United States has over j inhabitants, the American rate Of increase .being; a year 1 in the last ten years, or exactly dou- ble the xate at which Germany is growing. The census of Germany is not tak- en by official question-makers, as in j the United Slates, but, by means of a- s-sries of intricate blanks" which everv householder in the country is obliged to fill out. Millions Of otherwise in- telligent Germans have spent the week in wrestling with the mysterious cen- sus forms. These are some of the searching questions which the Kaiser's perplex- ed subjects had to answer: If. you do not know the exact date of your birth, how many full years old are you? What is your main occupation in life! tVcr-e your uaoirs nursed on their i mother's breast, or by wet nurses, Or from the bottle? Are. you subject; to epileptic fits? How many of your house windows look out on the street? What was your mother's tongue- German, Dutch, Frisian, Danish, Wal- lonian. Polish, Masurian, Cassubian, Wcndish, Czech, or Lithunian? What are the names of the various rooms in your dwelling? What is the religion of your ser- vants? How many bathrooms have you? Do you cook with gas or other fuel? What rent do you pay? German economists "cherish ambi- tious hopes for ihe future of Ger- many's population. One authority. Dr. ...ilhelm Hubbe-Schleiden, says thai, there will be Germans in 1980. LOCAJL BUDGET G. W. Buchanan, a rancher of Pinch er City, is in town today on busi- ness. Hugh Young, qf Nanton, is in.Leth- bridge on business. E. C. Ludtke, of Bow Island, is after his interests here to- The Board of Railway Commission- ers has approved the location of the C. P. R. Co.'s Weyburn-Lethbridge branch from a point in Section 8 Township 9, Range west of 3rd Meridian, Saskatchewan, 'at mileage oeiL3L oz country in the world. G-len Campbell, Dauphin, 200, to a point in Section 25, Town- ship 3, Range 1, west -ith Meridian, Alberta, at mileage 316.78. taken to develop the dead meat trade. Lack of proper cpl-d storage and trans portation facilities had left .the cat- tle industry of the1 plains in a desper.- atc plight, and conditions would grow worse if some action was not taken by the government in the near future. Replying to Mr.' Fisher's statement that there were not sufficient animals in the West to warrant government action Mr. Herron said that if the government would show some dispo- sition to provide requisite facilities j it would not be long before- there would be plenty of live stock avail- able. A scheme which would give Alberta cattle access to the British markets on the same terms as cattle idf Australia would soon result in Al- berta -becoming the greatest cattle Washington, Dec.. sub-corn, -mittee of the senate .committee JOE privileges and elections, which', inves- tigated the charges against Senator1 -Lorlmer, today voted unanimously to report to the .full, committee that the charge had not been .proved. u The committee took up the evi- dence in its at an executhV session. The motion finally'was offered to report to'the. full committee of. the senate. On this dissenting vote. .'Following this ac- tion, tne- sub-committee's report will be prepared for'the full committee at once, and will be sent to the senate witatn A short time. PERMITS TO BUILD Taylor Milling Co., Thirteenth, St. south, warehouse. Josm. Mores, Sixteenth street north, snact, S150. A. L.- Hoer, Fifth aveaue north, 'dwelling. ?400. Joel B. Seabloom. -Fifth avenue Arthur a laborer, was struck by an express near the Chapel Cross- T> J v JUiVA A. in M Ut 1't.i.GM mg, B-, and was instantly killed, (he said to keep up the fertility Oi the said that soon the farmers' delegation would ask-of the covernraent exactly what Dr. Sproule asked arid which the Lib- eral members refused to endorse- The stock industry must be fostered John English, an elderly Indian of the reserve, was committed for trial at Brantford, charged with incendiar- ism. soil. When a division was taken Dr. Sproule's amendment was rejected bv 111 to G6, a government maioritv of -QUAKER Xever Sour Phone 1027 GILMOBE THE 2 BAKER SWEET VALLEY NEWS j Henry Barnett starred this morn- ling for Carmangay to complete the brjck work on the school house. Mrs. Chas. Barnett is now en route for her former home in Woodstock, Ont, where she intends spending the winter. There is. to be a.-dance at Mr. Baulk- man's Friday evening. A good time it anticipated. A Woman's Idea of Ckristmas Presents Is FINE We have a complete stock of Fancy Limoges Dishes, quaint Japanese Ware, Cut Glass, Brassware, Dinner- ware and Novelties, any of which will gladden-the heart of the recipient We put aside your choice for you, and pack carefully all presents sent away. See us before deciding KIRKHAM 315 Crabb Street Pkone 556 ;