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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin? DAILY Friday. 15, IfMI. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager PiiW.ihed by The Htnld Publishing Co., Ltd.. cvsry lawful evening at Us offke, Sixth Street, Lcthbrldje, Alberta. Can. PHONE: Advertlslno Editorial; Reportorial, and Newi 1234 Circulation and Job Depts 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATE5 yeiir delivered......14.00 i year, by mail (j mouths, by mall 1 month, by mull 13.00 ..ll.GO 6 months delivered 3 months delivered 1 month delivered ;i5e.. Addresses changed as oi'ion us desired, but ,both now and old au- drnsses intuit be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published fivery Wednesday iii'e.fbt or more pages, uml contains ft nummary of'the news of the local imu district year in advance .....11.UO i 3 moutiin in advmica ...50e. (J months in advancs ?fio. J v THE DAILV HERALD FOR SALE AT Crosn Rook tore. J.G. Kobert- son Co.. .Inckson fc Cone. Alexandra Peopiu's Co., K.W. Hamilton. Plncher MHcliell. D. L. McCres. hike Bros. Drug Book Co.; B. Heal. Mtdiclne HSI-I-.M- Cranbrook. B. C.-Beatllo Alcllllison. Claresholm-0. U llemeckn. Diamond City. Drug Co. Vancouver. B. C. World Wide Nws Co. Brov.-u 219 4lli -Si, Jflmieson Newa Co., 70S lilversido Ave. Alio on all C. P. R. Trains mir That's the iidoiTsI oh a 'fnirly ri'siiwtHUlo hivculmenl. AiltloU to this Is wiilcr. light, etc., at coal. Soiiih Africa, in which the lloer pre- dominates, has an ambitions navy scheme. .Mr. Horden has none. The inoposal of the l.csialiiliuv (o hnvp II'" rural councillors ohH'l ilu'ir own reeve in u good one. K will lend to brltij; better inuii oiit as councillors. Tho Interest of the elec- tors will not alt by centred on one of." flee. ComliMUn- of .Medicine Hut; Mho will curry the .Mirliciicr ill -tlie DM I provincir.l election, In his spec'cli of acceptance is reported ui Handed Them a Knockout 'have tlial wasn't "hanKvi'Injj for tho he WUH Ing for C'. It. MftchcirBwmlp." States- men with such civilized and pitt- o molivos are' greatly in but not in Alberta, ilr. Nibloek's sen- timents a ro (mite on ;t level, liowovur, with shy usual t'ffuslunti of Ills leader. K oceiil ly a highly H-H pet-table ma who atU'niliMl to hit; tnvn discharged from petition Meii ulno Hat by that eminent patriui Ho m't ttogors, and a party lieoler give tho job. On Tuesday the bee was iho main ;n UIP Conso: i alive eon vontion. ami furnislioil u .lie enthusiasm. is Air. Horde, u office putting iifto elTf-ot Ihc founding platitude of Mr. Mordei office. ways will be, ho dues inn love the ion Jack more fervently because; DIP bogey fear of the awl robbed him of ihe tariff relief which "'as his due. And when tin? iln reckoning comes asYome, it will, tho Washington (PosJL) politicians whu at [lie lihnliiift uf -thu Tbusc Socialites are. Interests imxt'd for him iow rtiiuly to JKlmlt tht? biltr-v pudding may lie compelled of the species more dead- j (0 some very ly ilian the male. and juieelesa crow. One View of Bonar Law (London Daily PRISON which Pay for the Prisoner's Family Won't It Be' Awful? (AVinnijjeg Iretul.k' fur the fute of the as- I He (Moimr I.uwt will make a cuvi- imp-.ement manufiu-turors ions (o .Mr. italfonr. Ablo. when 'flic Horden government j rather pomieron.s, and without sub- afTttr lheilt- Itkny. or tile -.tlerary gnu-ps, he can hardly b.- (-aHed a national fipnre. He They Need 'Em belongs to the Smiths, rnthor i Kdmonion .ionrnal.) J th-.m to Mie Disraelis, and lie HBFORM is is exercisflig. i maner j thu best in amount aliened performed by him, la to an acriai as much from office us he guard. Quite proper, as Germany will add to it. The lir'inj; of risoner for j has IIPOH very much up in tlie air wh0 lias never held ministerial Lloyd G nnlimbi md this used ever" throughout the world. The qmistion as to providls? fam- ilies who'suffer privation through the Incarceration of the breadwinner for the maintenance of his family If he has one, is 'abundantly evident. It Is obvious t-liat this matter should not jbe left charity, so Car as a prison-; his r.rtUk'iy of oratory. who ooe which is at present claiming ajer'a family is concerned, for it would of attention. The man who mean a destruction of the moral tone, is Imprisoned rightly suffers .through ami a Individual resnonsi- his own fault, but at thu eame time bliity. There ars, no doubt, bis punishment, means the punish- argue that a man with ment of the-innocent, who are in no'should sufficiently weigh his respon- wjie responsible for liia offence. Ir-jsibility, and the fact of the far-reach- jiupocUTO of this, the ing consequences on those dependent hardship to the family often gives a ni'" should act as a powerful tie- Hian immunity for crimes for which j teTent. Bui, unfortunately -for hn- oufliit to be punished. This may be munity many of its members are domestic crimes, such as wife-beating and drunkenness anil dis- orderly conduct ai home. Prosecution js-not resorted .to. as a rule, because the punishment of the wrongdoer re- flects practically on the victims in the so constituted.' It would be well for Highways of Progress i Chicago Record Herald. Southern States have spent for good roads during the past year. This is one of the most convincing signs of progress hi the youth. Goog! Times to. Blame? i "Montreal I'hreu young inch of gom" families in (lie Canadian Pacific service a; To- ronto, arrested for stealing money that shoiihl have been refunded to i society if all were. But, while the j young men of good world is as it is at present, remedies j families arrested at Hamilton for an should be .taken to prevent the course express orffce robbery! often of the law inflicting who are in no punishment blamewori on (if their being deprived tempor- for its violation. Of all modern day! cumsiances were arlly of the active agent who is neces- sary for ihe providing of the where- withals of existence. Thai the re choulil be some system in which a cer- bear bow poverty drives to crime. People ?ay if only incn's cir- conjfonable thpy am? liie way reforms .that are necessary that of re- j would be honesf, moving the niiequal consequences of j make all men honest and (jiligeir-: and is one which (iPtutnuis ;i prominent place. Mr. Bonar Law and Protection E central theme iirUie recent de-IThe .principle's John Bright velopments in the British Parlia- Ktood the lest of time in Great Brita ment is the accewion of Mr. and are becpniing more and more ac- moie mirsmt by Mr. iknowledbd every day. There is now Honar Lav: to the sent occupied by a curious coincidence centenary of John Bal four, that while the i Bright, i.lie peonle's tribune, as he was called; wa? being eelebraied, ihe new l.'niouist leader was delivering his first in that capacity, in which lie advocated a return io the policy Bright and Cobdeii so vigorously op- posed, and succeeded in expunging; fron'i the 'fiscal code of the United Kingdom. According to Mr. Law there to be more and better employment going on a demand in countries all a- ronnd, with the exception' of Atrstmlia. for a reducUon of the mnuhilly usei'u! 15 to remove the strain of life by an e'tuii! division of j tho world's good things. We find, i I practice, j produce, more vice than bad, mo-re "'ore gamblins. more cheat- j ins, mnrp indifference to religion. pursuit a" pleasure and then icijO and vicious ploasnre. We ave nor. of coin -e. judging tho cases of -ihe men ..ariffs. which icd' hut the should be becoming common j office 'over the heads of men who j.uavo years of service, and ,1 hiivo hold inudi hiKhcr miuieterial rank, is always a h-axardoits experi- ment, it justifies itself if the man .selected has something of the mag- 1 netisni of "enius. Thai is not .Mr. Honar foi'tune. He cannot I dominaie his seniors by sheer force i of personality: they know ami he j knows that lie was selected for ex- (ternai rr-.isons. not inherent quality. U'e shall be doins'Mr. Bonar- Law no injustice if we regard his ership as a temporary arrangement to carry the party tbrough the per- i ion passions arc itill high: V luif permanen: sur-cessor will he- place to? If ambi-'ion was t'hfi idek.iminiuar factor; the answer f bo Mr. Austen Chambeej'ain, but ISORK thing more convincing i-s needed to ii alvt- a lender than the desire io ?ir in hiy It would be 'veil i HOE to forgcf. iliat. .Mr. Balfnur, .though he lias reiired from the lead- .erRhip, ]ia-3 upt .retired from Parlla. sul. He will sit in the House of ' days thai o coming to liniphten the contrast 1 .C 1: A Bunch of Good Ones Consider the Following Carefully Before Buying 'VACANT CITY 1 lots on !trd St. South J2700 fo'r four; J-l ciwli; bal. arranged. 2 lols on IVth St. "A" ouch. 2 lots on Stll Ave. .Vortll, S300 each. '2. lols on Ashinoiut, neitr Conrllnnd.. lit SlOfH) each; 1-3 cash. US ft. x 113 II. on Cavanath (12th St. "A" So.) J2000; ensy terms. 2 lots In !.llock 124; u simp at ;i lols lu lilock 122. at each; cash; bal. and 3 months. 2 lols In niock ?2. ni J1S7; for Ihe pair; easy room, fully modorn, fire on.itli Avo. Sontli. fiBOU; easy .11 room', on Couriliind jincl William, i' easy tornn; fully nuidern B rpom bnilgu'lpmr with lot; 37 1-2 i 325; S'roora fnlly, Ifth Street 3o., 'lioar-ltll Ave. tonne. 7 room fully, modern house, facing north, on lieilpalh; a snap; arranged. Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities Tim 'return from Elba is'sometimes thrust .by -fate'ever upon those1 "who are happy'in retirement. -Company Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside men have come to find ou: menu hard-. ship to the many and wealth 10 thejfn whevc wc few. Protection'in Britain has been IIIOL Commonly looked for them. Not I one-case in half a dozen w ever heard ForQ fofa" Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 tried and baa beei: found wiimi Some of the present fie'te.nuion have io knowledge of the sufferings it cre- ated, but the stories handed down by those who have lived in its sufficient arguments for cinie. are removal. arc prone to blame present of. The young men's mothers and sisters be.u them off, ami at great sac- rifice good. and higher wages for all under pro- Uo'tion. The protection of Mr. Law jiafaciory conditions without snffhcifiu and vhe party he leads may he weighing the moilern t-aimes a-hidi th liovvn to be a tax on corn, and hlgh'iiave bvoughn them about and wiTliowt dmies on manufactured imports. Thu [comparing them with what 'mvo bcbn Unionist leader will have much to do {in existence before. to convince- the British 'democracy In! by congestion of pop which the 'artisan forms a prominent fairly Ihrown on the shoulders of true part, of the logic of -tho policy he is j. Trade. H would be well, for thoae who laying down. "Present movements jare seeking to change .1 io corn- throughout iho .civilized countries of j pare the prosperity of 'England at thy ihe world are all against the gospel of i present day wKh what it wan fifty Jlr. Law and the Tariff Reform party, (years ago. The Eatino of the Pudding (Toronto Globe.) The farmers of Canada have now proof of the anti-reciprocity pud- j dinp'wliich so many Canadians Behind fo buy for them on 'September 21. ThR evils are U ils not s'ltisr-s'- lopuliitlon are mi- stlmulatos reflection. Doc's to Trade wants ter sell his airier. the reason? figgers thai tin: OUR i that buys it will he a steady patient ever finder. Generous Hearted "So yon ai'e a bill 'Ver. Mere is "Keep it, my boy, keep ,rt. You to have a nice collection'''ihere, Kar be it from be to break it 'aahington siar. Good Enough For Him "ft St. .lames' Bible was good en- The Pamama- Canal and Western Canada in addition 'to this there is another very Interesting comparison in .the IAT a new era regard to the development of Wesforn Canad; is to be brought about through The trade possibilities following oil the opening; of the Panama Canal, and the effect on transportation rates. Is ni-1 ready forecasted. Mitch iihunii.ation has beon thrown ou the matter in :i re- cent speech made by Dr. H. L. Kin- man, of Vancouver who has devoted much study ro Ihc-subject. So far sa to naH't traffic in lumber is con- .-rRrneci ho estimates a cut'Of two-thirds; the through rail rate. This ie ga-j shipmont of lumber to ports, in the United Kingdom, via the Canal, as .at present, and via the Panama Canal iu the future. Here .there is a saving by tlie latter route both iu time and cotrt. The Orient voyage ai prt-s- c-nf, occupies from io tlitys.' With completion of the Pan amr Caual ihe saine ateaniRi-s will be lays, ithc steaming distance being iroxlnmtely. about one-half that lie Suez route. There is good rea iiey begin now to understand what Tory campaigners and Hon. j u" ClKfcrrf Hif'lon and Hon. W. T. moclieil as ihe reciprocity asreement would have I raised the prices -for what farmers "J'd to Eell and lowered the prices for Ht- Pnul, it is gooil enough of waat they buy. Here is me- Tlii3 was emphatic pro- j one experience Of farmers in itosf of :i deacon ag- [Caihida in tho "1G reailing of the Revised in- Hon. Prank Oliver; the King .Tnmes I "fn United States. biwhcla of barley at thb'-'ciirrcivt American market price1 will buy a binder i'ov I Smun the farmer, but the Cauail- is the meaning of inn farmer would linve to sell word smug? menus a man who is fat and glad of bushels Uml of hurley to bnv the same Implement in C-in- aiin." t The iiroo; of (lie pudding is liie i fiat dip of it. oxporienr-n does Li keShakespuan's Plays Jfalaprop Xo, I never His Choice "I wish you would, give George a Christmas said the fair young' thing. "It would make him feel more welcome here." "What shall I give asked her rude father. "A new suit1 or a mani- cure Got Left in the Rush "Ruth is engaged to be married the coming winter." 'The mischief site is! I in tended to propose 'to that girl wiieji so-: time." According toHcr Estimate "Ybu and your husband celebrate your silver wedding nest week, ;Io "Vcs, next Wednesday." Does seem possible that you lave lived together for twenty-five "I should May ft didn't-: "Harry's? travelling man for a wholesale ne'ensware house, and lived ogetlier just three years, II months nt! Ifl Tribune. tlie" wronged and exploit': on IHeKif.uro: i............ RfJ fanner. Loyal to roun- i I couldu'i: '.'.ell yoi iry Hud Empire though he ia and "Grey's thci-Rrl from, the fact thai the oxisc- to suppose that the Panama Cana .ing rate from Vancouver to Montreal jtolt on -lumber will not exceed fn 1ft11" Canala tol -on fir And cedar is about tO cenin and I per 1000 'feet. cents per I'-f Bounds respectivel Ihe corresponding nitea to Xcw la per .1000 feet, so a saving ?2.iiO will he effected'In tolls alone _____... bciiiK cents. One thoiiFand feet ofjis aluo pouslble that the ralo riiav-etl British Columbia lumber of aann. Ibn on the now vonfe will be per cen-'. would mean n rail rate of Sliii.oO as Iclieaper thitn at present. Canadian Jiimiier exiiofiers rompciR in tho Kril- ish market, with.the rost nf tile world, and Hierrfoj'o much advantage will be "neil by these reductions. Tim lum- ber industry, .however, is not only one to gain, for tile nuw facilities will also extend to xraln transportation. compared with a rate via the canal to Now York. Now assuming; adds Mr. Kinman. that the -jamfj jiroducn can he re-shipped by KieninorB from .Vevv York 1.o. .Monirenl at. ah extra cost of the Pnnaina Canal will bring Um coft to only SS.OO per thousand feel. Ail the bpnr put the prediction tluu is to be n year. If Tax built tip Vancou- ver, why not There a 11; over two million more than hi Um I'nitod Stales. This Information IB not for any lliinlnininil'liloMlnKg which may bn found In Letiibrldge. Calgary raiojiaynrR ho asliod for to provide facilities for tho To save my who wrote The Expense of Tools "I gue-35 ]''i! have .losb go in Tor said Pnriner Corntossel. "Has he any ability in that direc- "I diinno. But lie's broke axe ruined the saw, an' spoiled most Handsome Catalogue free! Our new Chriaimas catalogue is now ii yaura for ihe asking. It contftins 9S of illustrations reproduced in colon, of Diamonds, .'Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Leather Goods aud Novelties. A postal card will bring you a copy. We charges on all articles purchased from our cata- logues, guarantee safe delivery and refund the money If you are not absolutely satisfied. R. A. Wright LETHBRIDGE'S LARGEST JEWELRY HOUSE Establlihed 1898. STORE.OP.EN EVERY EVENING., everything ho touched his band to. 1 I th: reckon K 'ud be cheaper Jos' to let liim down and wear out Washington Star. Watch No gift is quite so eloquent .of friendship as a 'fine watch. No watch graces the sentiment so perfectly as a high grade WalUiam. The Waltkom Colonial is the ideal watch for. business, professional and social life. It combines great beauty with reliability. Though of very thin model, it-is as reliable as the thicker and larger watches. Adjusted and cased at the factory. t Ownrtla Watlham.39. Sund for (Im-ripttve booklet of varioitV tt'ilHnmjnoTenipnts. WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY, T His Master's Voice phivnt wu'u'd do in a caso loiko lhal? pliwat? walkln' diliKate tills me to stroiko, an' mo on Id woman orders me to go on wnrrkin', HabiU of Girli .''When should a girl r.chiinge he.r "Well, she usmiHy cIiaiiRca her first' name when she to high school, her hist name whenever she A Raih Declaration think that you once de- ilnred that, you would Jove me an long as you lived! Ami, now, hardly 'imri-iRfj a year; and you oare iiotlilns it. all about mo! you see. whoti I (old yon would you oa long JIM 1. lived, w.Tsn-l very wrll. and I real- ly didn't fcol Tshould live long. Warned Him jouup mm HIS iliout fo nnrned Plaice uid.'neaiity advjsed one iiend But don t it roiin il .ano'tliur.. '-'She may concJii'de' Blie has thrown herself away on md want to %o on the si tffc svilie Courier-Journal. you ONE- MORE UNFORTUNATE" trfom Take .her .up tenderly Lift her with pare; Skirt fnsliloned slendeilt, I'oo .strong to tear, So, when she I ripped a bit heie i was rough Tliptigb the. thing ripped :p.bit, 1 UTin t enough Down she uenU lottennp w into tho'dirt. I oucntlj if 'Blame'Hiich'a up her trcaaes, Great Scot whnt i Jmtch' Her manv hucd tiesws While wonderment guesses don't they, nuttch9 Fasliioned so elen'derly, Come, gentlemen, Take her up tenderly, S'lnrt her BRAIN WORKERS who get little exercise, (eel better all round [of in occasional dole of "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives lone up th; liver, move Ihe bowels gently but (reiily, dMM mttm and clear the brain. A new, pleassn! and reliable by firm, and worthy o< the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.. 25c. a boi. II your druggist has'nol yet slocked them, 2Sc. Md we .win'mail them. NATIONAL DNUa 4 CHCMICAL COMfANV 'OF CANAPA, LIMITED, MONTMCAU. 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