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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: DAILY HERALD Thiii-Mluy, December 14. I1MI. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTAiLISHIO DECEMBER W. A. T. W. Editor JOHN Managtr by Publlihlni Co., Ltd., lawful evening 11 iti office, Sixth Stnet, Alberta, Can. PHONE: Editorial, i _ Adverting Rtportorijl, and Newt 1224 L Circulation and, jtb Otpti DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 ytar delivered ......14.00 1 year, by ma 6 months doihewl 3 montlls ilellronul >1.00 1 mouth delivered Hftc.. 6 montlii, by mall.....I1'60 1 month, by mail........Soc- Addresses changed as' ofU'u as desired, but both new old dresses must be Riven THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday Iii elrllt or more pages', and contains summary of.tiie of-the week, local ami district year in advance -----'.Jl.uO 3 months In 6 nioutiw In advance f THE DAILY, HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book, tore, .l.G. Rob.ort-'. sou Co., Jackson Gont, Drug Store." i- Co., K.W.- Hamilton. .Mitchell. D.-L.'McCroa.. Bros. Drug t Book Cg. Fernle. B. Beil. North.- Cnnbrook, B. C.-Boattle Aicliinson. Clareiholm-0. U Heiiweka. Diamond City Drug Co.' B. C.; orld Wide Co. fc IJrowu Spokane-Tue JauilcBou News Riverside Ave. Aito "'on all C. P. R- Trains Imperial Home Re-Union AMpXU.ihe ichttities 'of fnriher- ing good imnijsnuion is that. of ;bV Britlsirimnerhil Home wlili'li is doing innieh in ibe building _np of a nation rendering facilities for ihe eitab- Tishment of JLouiei. The -scheme may lie regarded an "peculiarly fulfilling ''quility of in' that it hissed him Hmt and him that OUT Dominion, vKh iti y-'ndarful munificence of must loot ;o iti development in bring ing into it the beat type of U must cater for permanent and mot (he transiflnt resident. The -title jot ihe association describee its func- tlie together ;of families. it is not a charitable organisation, hut ii plays a paternal t'ole in suitable advancements to ihe earlier wiui requires it for .bringing His '.'amily io join him in a permanent home. The advance is ;o raid bath, ami so far it is pleas- 'iiig tliai have been re- Uimied.iii fonr months. scheme is one" which, while lienefif-'.inii the also benefit the Domin- ion, For one thing, the money earn- in i his country. heps in coo ii try. A par; from removing iTTe hardship ufv keeping up two homes ii soes greatly in favor of community building. It creates In the settler a new and ubWJng interest iu {be land of hie adoption, and does niiK'h in f lining vhe morn] tone all around. make a satisfied na- tion." The JJiflicit and noblest ideals e from' tlie borne. The stub- hemes, marks the stability of'a -The scheme not only population, hut, belters k. Jt is the younj population iu a new country' who will make its future. The facilities for creating homes will bring children under the inspira- tion-of. the Canadian national mind and hieal. This country does not re- quire -the drifting.alien, but tlie per- manent citizen. There are many schemes and the j Home Re-Union is, doing its pavt in; I bringing British blood Merc, and de: veloping ii into the beat and tinost of i Canadian citizenship. OUR POINT OF VIEW H'jost l.cllibrliliio! I'llblh-ily. pnys! Tin. Opposition ai lOdmouton nuem lo be developing u ac'vero Htttick of 11'. Therefore If i-i'iy Inw tliu Roods, iinlliliiB Illtii-. letting; i lie worlil know "bout it. street oar 'gong trill suicml liy next tiept ember. Vice-l'reslileut HoswoTlll snys Cnl- oiiry must lie yootl ol! the cur sliups ina.v So 10 the Hut. May Iw: H'llll .Nowton llowoll line] Alux. M I Kay rimlBg lilm, Sir James Whltno j will luire to cross sworils witli jol' the brltjlrtyst 'iawyers in 'I'-.um h isn t necessary vo wait for tlie uuw council to establish dvlc tu North Why not provide the much needed convenience at oiH'f.' Tin- city should lose no time in ar- ranging die pro'iimin.irios for the pub- lic Hbrit'-y. so jhnt building operations can tftart enrly in ilie I; wonJil be u siiame to (Minila.i1 ('al- "ary's siiaif-Mky iirocotluiv in connec- tion with its library there. Medicine lla; refused' SI DIM assist- ice fth- every .SlDU a coiiipany pro- poseil lo invest in an industry. And Ihe Hat did right. Why shonl.l one luau be sei in business a" tile ex- pense of anoiher? I'rusident Tuft haw apnohrk tleorjic Turner, of Spokane, a Dei oerat of National to tl: international Waterways Comml sion. And thorelu I'rusiclent Ti shuwod hiniBelf scvenil thnoK large than I'mniar Borden. who remove JHir (icorgc CJibbons from the Con j mission, because lie h.'ipin'iied lo h i a Liberal. j To defea-.' a minisit-r. and win si i serria, wasn't a bad start for tilt! 0 i tario Liberals on the start of th j miUYh bade to power. j Tlie cry about railway monopoly i thf north country is all bnncombi 'TlitMv nuuH he a first railway in an anil if tin- N. K- tioes -th iiioiii't'i- when; profits aro tu j certain, why' Mr. Micheno liiiakf a fuss about ii. Thu a-.titude o j Hie swea wee fellows at Udmonto I is to oppose her 1 to oppose, so let us oppose Canada Wants N0 Trouble (.Montreal Stur.) I- is to friaTPd that in 'iinaila not' tlie United States ran he London suffragette movt-mem he rnnspianted with any; advantage. Vhen i he women of Cuiiodn w-.int to otp they will, no doubt, IIP welcomed r The .Mrs. I'anlt nirst advocaie-o will neither advaiu-t- !or retard tliat dav. Old Policy .Holds Good (.Mail and timptre.) A Xew York firm of dealers in au- iiies ami works of an, who have oen convic'c't] of undervaluing goods nportod into the United States, have aid into Ihn United States Teasury the sum ot" in set- einent of civil sur-s. and about :if) iii fines. Add io iheae sums ihe flumuge to their and being the best noliey will no.t, need argument. i Manhood Suffrage in. Great Britain Thc Public Domain J-euder.) io be ;iw.ire of tlie fat-t thai -he .bringing discredil uii the soverumon by admitting ho would dismiss! an official on the sU'eiutt of atruiisup ported governmoii1 supporrer that' the official had" boei guilty of offensive Foolish Parents _. iCatholic Register.1 j When one wi'iticsses the .unties oi jimmy lia'if-grown girls, during the ev- (filing hours, when they ought to be ia bed, chore is little cause for that bur reformatories for women are overcrowded. Foolish parents awake some morning and dla- f cover i hat'- their "innocent" half- grown daughter is a brazen little but they are loath tp admit lha: they themselves are solely to blame. They Tailed to lee'en hey -ironi ihe lighted streets, tfie great dcatroy- i-i- of girlish innocence. Hail Insurance (S'cvatlicoiiii PIniiidealer.) It 'the informaiibn given the con- vention of provincial bor.-rds of trade ar .bethhridge a .direct.-.hind of -'wo cents an acre will be charged by the government for the creation or a hail insurance fund. It not ..be .believed that such jegls- I' MANHOOD SL'FFRAGK will be the next move in Liberal leg- islation in Great Britain. The Old order is changing consequent on the curtailment o! the Veto power of ihe House of Lords, and the pen- dulum is swinging more and more in the direction of -democratic men an res. The lowering of the fvanchise will be conducive of much soou if only it creates a responsibility and n feeling of more interest amongst those to whom rhe privilege ia to hfi extended. from this, there are many an- omafiGs which meaanre will re- move. .Notably the one of plural vpt- .ing a privilege which is still enjoyed byinnoy who, through property Quali- ricai.iona, are to volfi in more i-lian conariiufliipy. This will not, ba much resented by those are ao prlvilesed, for the justice of "one man one vote" la becoming mdre and more recognized amongst all. this anomaly remored, lifeat Firliain will be able to adopt the np-io-date method of having all elections held on ihe same day. Possibly thfi or.ly feoling of regret which the measure will rinse, will be the .doing a the university Bik after is only a.sentimental one. and if viewed in a practical light, must be consid- ered judt. -U.iidor the present system tbe unirersity. candidate is not of much use in rhe House, owing; io the small number o." and he only serves 'ibe purpose of adding votes to either political party without being fundamentally representative. These constituencies hai'e been de- scribed aa "fan'jy" ones, and must appear incongruous io thinking men in affording, as they do, the means for pluml voting. Amongit '-those in the Mouse of thure wili always be a good percentage ot university men, and the univei cities may always he sure of, at any rate, indirect representation. Those who represent the universities may he said to be in a sense ihe re- plica of the Lords Spiri'tua) in the Second Chamber. TradKiou is being ruthlessly set- aside in these days o-r modern thought and progress, aifd poisibly thig change of 'sentiment tends to prevent a nation from be- coming In reply (o-a question asked by Mr. i latiou be received with hilarity j-Sinclair, Hon. Robt. Rogers inronned in all nvi'-.il communities. Sonic SOL-- ,ot the province have already pressed their; strong clisapprova'l of insurance. Those objections come moF-'iy from tlie dis- tricts which have suffered least from Hio destroying element. On -the the move will. no tloubf. be endorsed by the growers..Gov- ftrnment insurance on tlie "present basis cannot be maintained, and in- surance by privjio1 companies is not the House of Commons on December L former Conservative ernmeiii. away acres of Western 'iands to vaiious railway companies. It is little won-Jer Itm big ii-ansporiation interests desired 10 see the Tories back in office, in- as much -j tiie f-anvier jrovermun'm did not make any land grants to nil- ways. j Pelletier Not a Hypocrite I Hamilton Hera'ldJ -Mr. Harden rnigh-: spend tin hour tq advantage in can versing with Post- jsatisfac-Lory. If ail destruction in growing, grain is greater than some imagine, and there should be some precautionary measure againsi, ibis masLer-General Pelietier mi the sub- danger to the country. Possibly tbii ject to civil service reform. The j compulsory insurance will provide jentleman from Quebec seem j ihe relief which is wanted. W T u TALTHAM, the watch for every voca- tion, the watch that keeps accurate time under any and all conditions of service. Waltham has won its great reputation through' the durability of its construction and sound time-keeping qualities. In farm and SMS our Window In Dominion Block (Comer) for city property. CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING O'l-oonvbi-ick liuuso on lot. ;57 1-2 s lio'l'eol. souii-niodcni, on 17th St. Xorlli, only onsh balanw afrnngcd. or will rout samo nt per month. i? 50 x IL'y fuel on Aslinicad St., between Cpurtlnnd and London, 68 fl. 7 in. x 1.12 i-2 :ft. .I'ncing nodli on I2tli St, A. Ave easy Conns. lots from up. HiO sieve farm with good house, at handles, balance ar- ranged.. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- -Company Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS'OF Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 a lake Not a Doubt Of It "She has lert me for some motive another." "Probably His Qualifications' boy, whar do you know? n you write a business letter? Can ii do 'Please, gaid the applicant for job, "we don't go in very much for those studies at our school. But I'm fine on headword "or clay modelling." --Louisville Courier-Journal. What the German Election Means STUDENTS OL politics do well tn follow -the Ger- man election. The results are bound 10 exert an influence on over- seas commerce and industry, to say nothing of international relations: The election will he distinctly one of measures, ynd not, of man. There many parties in the Ueich- Tor leadership tn count for much. These nunibtr no less than five; namely, ihe Conservatives, the Cen- tre, in which are comprised the Cleri- ftv, and Catho'lc elements: the Na- tional Liberal, the Radical or and the Social Democrats. The election now being fought is between -ihe first two in combination. the larft ihrec. more or less in ngreemenf. The ihruis laller parlieB independent of one another, but. are united In their danire to over- j throw the combination of liio i wo, known HH the Hlock." go far us the roeu who learl the various uiirties are conrerned. they do not amount to a very groat, Imt die iaaiics are momentous. There ia a popular discontent willi ihfj allied reactionary Blue-Black; with the protectfonlnt. syBtem, and alco. lo some enlent, with Its foreign policy. 'I'lifs opposition to thi> Htock ia due to the financial reform if IPOS, for which U I high price of food. Tbt> government. to reduce the import dirties ured by nearly fill the Germa.n inun- icipulitiea. The outcry against Eng- land piny a decided pat'-', iu the election, for Ihe National-Liberals this as a tactical move. The Liberals dread their new association with the "anti-national" Soci-.il 1sts; they -are desirous of clearing them- aalvsg from rhe reproach thai are allies counlry'ti enemies. To effect, this (hey are agitating ag- finat- England, and backing the navy league demand for quicker shipbuild- ing. Apart from all thia. ;he elec- tion will have important results to otlnjr nations, victory of the Krelalnn and will mean an era of Itnporti, and liberal gommflrcial treatlen with other roun- IHe co remark that (jtrmsny hag no bosucs, no ward-heelftm, as in the United for hut. the iiti'atlon brings pretsure on the nnm- offlclftl' population Hurt the railway tn vote l'; In fliHse, to prevent whwl. It (MMiililfin Jiatiorial WMJHAM TY Watdi The farmer's watch calls for just the qualities of reliable service that have made Waltham famous. Made in various SoncI for honklct (Jcfcrttiinff vnrious W mciits. Jcivclcr will tlioit a the one ticst Milled tu Time Yon Oienal t WALTHAM WATCH CO., Valthnm. Montreal, Cun. What to Give the Children .A visit ;Jo our Toy and Doll Department will solve Uifo niOBt; perplexing question. A and That is'what we liavo in our Itaseinnnt. 1200 feet, of floor spars. 1000 feel of shelving, all filled to overflowing with things to make this Christmas most joyous one your child mi have ever known. Our siock i.s fmmeiifle. Our assortment, is very Our pricty will 311 it all purses. Come early and miike your selpctions. will keep trutin till Xmna for you. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE 555. T. JH. Microbe Would Starve You'd better fumigate ttieee bills j before you go home. They may be 'covered with said the drug gist one Saturday evening, as he 1 handed a few faded, warn nnd soiled .silver certificates to his clerk-. j "No danger from that re- plied the latter. "A microbe could not live on a drug clerk's National Monthly. Quite High, Thank You "Did he speak in high terms of the "Yea: he said he charged ten dol- lars a Toplcfi. Handsome Catalogue free! Our new Christmas catalogue is now la for the aaitins. It contains 98 pages of illustrations reproduced-In co.ora, of UiamondB, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Clans, Leather Oooda and Novelties A postal card will bring: you a copy, tWe pay delivery charges on alj articles purchased from our cita- lognes, Ruarantoe safe delivery and refund the money It you are not absolutely satisfied. R. A LARGEST JEWELRY H Eltablilhed 18S8. STORE OPEN EVERV EVENING, Evident Fad "Do you know of Htly good remedy tor a "I Kiiggeat a key tlie s'n- American. Heavy on.the Touch .1 he touchea seeiiin to turn to gold. he touched me today for Opinion. In the High Court reside? my brother. your brother Hvea? me. but you both Witness White, nnd Might Not asked me to Iholr lim, but it because I bey like nt; It only I oaii I'm sure .von inlnlKh- Too Much for Jimrnie Pi rat What you doin', Jim- mie? .Sepono; -oin' ffshin' after this -rounil. Look at all the' 'iVorniB .he'g Old Familiar Story "Daughter, has the duke told you tjie old, old iriqry-'as "Yes, mother'. He says he owes about two hundred thousand plunks." Herald. GfCBEY'S Y-ROX FAOffLif to WINE SPIRIT CO, Local .Ptalirb ;