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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta f-l- DAILY HERALD THE LEnSffiniPGE DAILY .-HERALD PHONE: Editorial, News Dept. 1OO7 by the Lethbridge' Herald Publishing- Co., Ltd., every iawfal BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIKECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES prom Other Sanctums ,-December 16.1910. 54.00 Months, delivered.....12.00 2 months, i month, .3gc 1 year, by mail ........53.00 6 monthSt by mall 3 moaras, by maii J1.7S S5c. WEEKLY HERALD eX7 in elglit or nicre pages, aad of the news, or the week, local and district. ...Pat's View Arran, .sure ye're only Vick machree t Is it right to be for ever pokin- -Fun at me? now the Ger-' mans, Unas and Friu multitude of Her 'Private Ownership of a Street Car Franchise is (Toronto. Telegram.) i Private ownership is an absolutely! unworkable principle iu thw operation j or a street railway service. j waiting, wuii a The impossibility or private owner-i mans', ship is proved in the city's experience) the Kicz the Toronto Railway Company. !Keady--to be up an' fi-ht nearer the Toronto- Railway i With the Vks I to the year in which its Kaiser's war drum's heard eAjwres.-toe vill -be'sir_ Wilfrid. Laurier. eign Secretary dictated -about two! coiamns about the reasons for'the com] promise He at neignboring power. "Then. he had done has duty, iis-sS youtnrul to THE MACLEOD MEMBER'S LATEST OB PATTBasON is.a-gfsac convmcin'g- .aimself that of human nature, and likewise i oppose the proposal. of political nature. The mem-i' But nc-vr comes the loany part. The j for Madeod has the faculty of is- made in the house! ing tilings that ieep the" "tbeSe farms .'-are -'to-' be J to see wliat he day Bob'- ing got into, communication, with .the! -Some people we., surprised} people Of Macleod, 'arranges fan in-' f f _ thei deserted ius professions, 'of Uefnew. Trith. the premier and :so really and, lined of agriculture, ana .we tairo up solidly with the..Coasen'atives in the same Bob introduces a d-Ie- anxi out of the legislature. His at- TAcfc on.tfie government for.doing, the very thiag: the people wanted Mm to namely get rid of the. A. tering-teeth...-You mighVleFme.'have! M-n- hatt.a of .the papec In for tellow'man. "OH, this isn't for-, any paper.''L skid tne reporter. cried..the minister, "Whs: is it exclaimed" tlie youth to the new'-school sm' aad tilis is a test interr lew? from afacledd to these mem- oers-ot" the cabtaet ..What for? To aslc' farms. for Bob. He 'was ask-1 to have established in Ms con- Liamocies saw the suspended sword. "Tfcars iie iTve sat between two women -tvith hatpins." Thus tJiey sav- he 'could not be scared..- Without Interest Information, call or address But far 'from scenes c" indeed, gallantly Jiis life felioxv dees with, was..the man %re mcu-n He, who to rescue came. as.crossedT'the bourn can there he? Was. Great Pian. Set- forfe- on Calvary. W. A- R. .notice the versatile and chameleonic ,BOO. Not only did he oppose setting rid. .of .the sai4 .-company, .-bjjt waen toe government proposed to tafce It could i money thai the A.: G. W. felloes tiling else than W h- to opposed-that. :Thejviiat the people of his H-ont llAe the looks of that ition OLD; COUNTRY GOSSIP tLondbu Daily, .years ago to-day took, place what were practically the.first experiments in the secret lot, female suffrage, and candidature, the occasion being rirst School Board election after the passing of W. .B. Forster'S 1S70 Edu- cation purposes of the districts P.O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 rai'Js man eitUer these-" stituency one of tHose farms rnat he the looks ;ot that liaa ODDoaad mtmtaf _v-J called to e amclecl divisions, and in opposing proposed taMng one hun- wanted, just fo- thouaaiid dollars that they had sot to mat'money to establish fire dem-jawallow "himself and com- onstxatioa farms in different parts of ?to ask-' the government for tfce province. But Bob opposed ihasljie opnosed along with 'the rest so -because Sir. Maunsefl, his oppon-j the capital-to ask for it jut-.Jn-..the. election, Had advocated I ident that he does not reo'resent iiavmg tHese farms, established. He1 represent his called to see you last nig it lunuy, ma'am, he said the R.i Bridget, "aint same FAME'S Princess Patrica of Cpnnaught.j King Edward, cous- J nine of tnese the .new method of- se- cret voting was such satisfactory' results that two years later Mr. Forster's Ballot Act, passed, making the system j at all elections. Scotland still costs more than. Eng- land to .poll, .but she is also twopence better off than she was twenty-five on the contrary, finds that "per vote have risen by sixpence. The record sum spent upon an election was, no doubt., acnieved in. Yorkshire, at. the begin- j secured the success of the rail symbol. At .Republican Contentions an elephant has been'paraded a. the emblem of the-party; but in jtfr. Me- Kin ley's time it was a Napoleonic "hat, in allusion to a supposed personal re-' PECULIAR The British AND PERTINENT mint recently turned out the first square coins, 5-cent nic- kie bronze pieces, for use in Ceylon. Fifteen. American consulates and 'in Mr. Tai't's a report -worth of shipments to the XTnited States iu 19Uy, against worth in 1908. ious pair of pan'fs. niece of iu opnosed, but what thev wanted e iaie cous- Perhaps he badly to' send a delegation toiin and one of the pret- oppon-i the'capital-to ask for it l princesses, has-tak- 1____S w The female suffrage experiment al-j !of the 1uacfr-' the king of the so -was most successful. The women Vias always liberal in thejPalmJ' voters turned our. in great strength. and fernale candidates were elect- Slizabetii Garrett at Maryle-. !bone; and Miss Lydia Becker at Man-1 matter of casn. It was .Mrs. Went- ln the-middle of the eighteenth cen- wortb. Beaumont who drove to is the monarch in question.-His ing first of the in- j of Water- uraidators and interviewed the i aocfc ,in bottles, three shillings each. any money spent on-demonstration larms. ..Patterson did not -onstft.ent, wanted. the Xicolas Troubetzkov y one of the oldest high- "---v OfiiU. JUlgiJ- it is a good tlung the session is oi--iest; ln cousin by marriage of rears the cost has doubled, as we find trom the figures just issued nage for my man. than that. U. was not. only at the OUR POINT OF VIEW rnave. been there can recommend .--Secretary RoDmson's report on the jokers to accept, as there is no result of the plebiscite should fte aj0" earth where men are better no< very interesting and instructive m .Montana 1C all the "remarks" snbmitt-! city. edr on the ballots are published, the TtJe extreme Radicals say that As- report will be quite a volume. down op- poneats, the extreme Tariff Re- Aid. cenies mat he is back Of iIOrmers say that Balfour is a trai-o-i any movement to unseat anybody. He the What a beautiful I Knows ie is beaten, and is willing there is going to be over' n jet it go at that until the next time. tight-Jlttk- island if this party s i PIng keeps up. livery alderman BBS troubles, but most of them are alike. Aid. ipwever. seems to have a new brand all tsis omii tfle Socialist member the legislature, tried to blame the members of the house for the Belevue, casaster. That is going rather far! to place blame. i illustrate Christmas numbers are! beginning to come to fbe exchange! desk, one of the -best yet is the War! wy. Its illustrations are excellent of reproductions from pictures bv Can-' ada's leading artists, and the" whole number 5s interesting and attractive The Believue, aisaster, lamentable as it was, will certainly result a 'Jhe legislature adjourns today, and bltton government is Sfir in of- 'te the predictions of some "ew weeks ago. But. at street-mob that i withla nieasureable distance of vio In 1S52, when his Peelite pro-! lence. century, whenj The .latest Government Board leads with managed to get ndJKeport; 'aimed at the herbalist and the- -___ mAt to help a man to dress cheaply by taking back bis old -clothes. An advertisement in the Times, of November 19, 1334 states that "gentlemen can, if thev choose, be dressed by contract Two suits per year, '6 guineas'. Extra fine quality, the guineas: C suits. 10 guineas; 4 suits, 12 guineas. The old suit to be returned before a new one is obtained." Overcoats were {Obtainable on the same system, but clients are specially .recommended 'the advertiser's 'Spanish cloaks of. super- fine blue cloth, a complete circle of y% yards, 4 guineas." tnese wouM never want renewing, as 'notning would wear them out. __ _; _.j j-jj ti u j ____ ctujii, Chester. The success of the former IKrime Mimster- She demanded whe-j-sealed and signed -by the was 'ovenvnelniing, for she secured I was" serious in opposing "her! at The reader of every public more than veere He was. "Very! Pnnt-- We was not satisfied with polled for any other candidate in the said the old ladr: am OD m-vi Quac-DcinS alone. He aimed at literary 'I way down with 5400.000 in the car-j dlstincnpn, and crossed pens Vitfa Try and do better -Stearne. -and the Royal So- ciety. And what is more, magazines: His "Inspector" Qe owned and "Roy .Female Magazine" jostled for fame "They met! Crowd. Twas in a Two Vancouver ladiss accidentally met Jn the Alladin Cave of the Red Cress Co. yesterday and without praiomje they started ;n on a duet beginning-'-Oh.' how nice of you to follow me all the'wav "from the Pacific; nothing like this in bargainer variety out We modestly blushed, but showed no impediment in bargain g.viRS-stayed right with It. as Usua.. If y9u want to meet a from'any corner of the globe follow the crowd to SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS for TOYS, F.ncy Stationery. Gift Books in end- array. Picture Books, Church Serves, Photo Supplies and Cam: Smokers' Perfumes, Candies. Etc. Etc. Red Cross Drug and Book Co. McGREADY J'he Chemist SAGE The Picture-Framer Jjgress made him intensely unpopular i m the Tory parny. fte was quietly read-! I trig a in a room jt the! Canton Club. A party who were din-ij 11ing a'politician accused of j came into the room, began to yse in-{ suiting and finally declar- jed'that lie ought to bo pitched Iic-ad- .jlong out of the window into the Re-j! jlorai. -.Mr, Gladstone made some po- I but, as me Times said in} reporting the incident, courtesy to J {gentry in that burner was casting' {pearls before swine. In the encl thcyj ordered candles in another room, and! j left Gladstone, who was -able to write (to his wife: "You will perhaps see an j account'of a row at the Cariton. in wiiicb.l have taken no harm.'' Mr. Garvin has suggested the baa j im as a campaign emblem. This [is one or the picturesque details or 'American electioneering, which is not! paraueled in this 'country. TJlj j [greatest case of it was at Abraham j Lincoln's- election fence were paradea m nart.s of the West! as symbols of the candidate, in'allu-' sion to his work'in nis log-cabin days., JA banner was stretched between two! For Holidays Only j rails, which professed to be part cur, by him. He admitted the i ow, but could not Identify the two, i "But one I will I've made a good'many better-looking! The Brewing al o. Lfimited PHONE 554 ;