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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD BUCHANAN Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., fctW'i-tthb, PHONE: editorial, Reportoriaf, News Dept 1224 months, delivered mouths. delivered l month, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES .J2.00 AXD EDITOR -PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 rrsf for him. i ,_____ leaking of railroads.- he savs, the t _; Ail through the session there were A sensations of all degrees sprung on the people, and even at the last mo- we TO- mairino. ment they kept it up. e our greatest a stood at the side of the 1 year, by mafl 6 months, by mau 75 2 months, by mail S5c botil If the people of Winnipeg have to lk to do their Christmas ahopitoj'cd a lot of it will be done or remain undone. j f He stopped turnin to him, "How are you getting WEEjCLY HERALD Cross Drug Book Siore. J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel. Peo- ples Drug Srore, Co.; B. W. Hamilton. Pincher J, Mitchell B. L. McCrea. Bros. Drue A Book Co. Pernit, 8. BeftL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT i Crsnbrook, B, Atchisor. L. Reinecket Grassy Tughain. r Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store." Medicine M. Nortbam Vancouver, 3. Wide .News Co. Browa St. :Also oo all C. P. R. The farmers of Canada had material in good shape- for. presenta- i won to Sir Wilfrid Laurier and had1 an enthusiasm that promised to earn- everything before them. Sir Wilfrid said the people of the fast are preparing domination! ft the West. It is surely coming and' they might as well-get ready for it. The delegation of farmers'at Otta- wa will be an eye-opener to many peo- ple as to the strength of the farmers in this countrv. the crank and t? witil an; dee'p dis- to be no he head still, please. get .2 time exposure." "Isn't she exquisitely tall and state- -vou cafl heads at the ball "Do you Americans really appreciate "Sure, we replied-the .patriotic I "Can't you seevevidences of directors tfe sardine can e3s when parties THE VOICE OF "0 DOUBT can.now be attached to the statement of The agricultural "society d a good stroke of business" when ana that picnic parties ey re-elected McXicol their every sood piece of secretary-treasurer. He made a success of his work Jast year, and is! m better shape than'.ever to do good' I j work this year. Demonstration farms are the thing, the people ,of this province "wan? I They want to be able to see farming' tests and experiments made witho.ut having lo travel hundreds of miles or take a course at college to do so. Act- "Wby are ycra weeping, 'I broke de pitcher." there's no'use crying over Dis wuz beer." "She's a. stingy thing." that the want a commis- iion form'of municipal government. THE PEOPLE I !Ci3 S4 C IV Uai .is favor of abolishing time. I A4- J.-. _ _ "iSiie entertained our olnb yes- j. _ J. t_ i-' listings of some good building lots. We nave call for several good sites, and those wishing to sell do not fail to list with us -----j close in, for prices and easy terms Leod Go. Phone 1212 Lethbridge Hotel Block ttoujismag present time. 'The is not so decisive, J college will fir in also in good time tee vote-beiae about f.Knt i-ho c- farming experiments rather than terfla-v, scd adhered to the 'rule farmers than two .things 'forj -The refreshments sricujljrj w ew" ottiut; miiuoer votin01 vote last' Monday and- by retaining the council for which hisa abo.t toe "to to tad reacM of front process of 'partin; .the same number votins g .the commissioners devote their time to.the wotfe -a: There are." of Cf, certain details in the plan J iaousand doUars a yea- is' ..Silt .in general it has been approved too much to "pay to each of three com-' .in no uncertain way. missioners. the vote being I on issue. That the people] On Monday, by i vote of about three to one, the burgesses -voted in favor of commission on a straight issue-be- tween a commission of some sort and .present system of civic govern- ment .by a council j About one-third of the ihe opportunity 'o presses their opinion on phases-of the-system by means The number who tnetf aallois anc them Is7 very r hirn satisfactory, alttioygh, of course' IT Tiiey better hsd mor- d'one !'Sent 'System is 'no As it is, the vote is 3 1 -i. JJCUiJi pini are enou is plainly indicated. By a rote of two! one "'six -years'-' each commissioner. The. principles'of the initiative and the recall .have received strong en- dorsement the majority bein for one reverent 'npon jonrl u Attractions From -.the Old (Ridgetown Dor, lufon n 6 it, about manager a Xew offering- It she softly-, as she on his -shoulder, consider decidedly-6nt of! groirled man; 'if if wasn't for the allowance you" get Without Interest] and [Without Taxes the nor ;te te -ier that asaallv of the city's affairs'on a ra like basis. The ,'n the plebiscite, the vote is :ynt. It is now np to the of the Smithsonian ilungton r-o secure a few the House of Lords as as taste- collection. Dr. Globe.) A correspohdsnfsays that En'" is over naf. with .quack, doctors; The only kfnjj. we bear of m be Jess -folly "Buf protestea, the waywarcT 'you should .znak'et ailowaace" for'iihe Eye m information, 'call- or- address I THE WORK.-OF THE' bills were J. ond legislature of the Province ceived the signatu-e of Alberta is over, and the ant-Governor "ve "ofl to feel .satisfied.- -with jhe entence Kne.lmg as a tribute that he could be induced to talk of Of Tames.'xnan of ihe aVlr- V V t .Seatence as a tribute that he c< ay is ,T tisf. iae rprnflrlrn'Ma n-r v'5 saSla" oia of Eubank stoutly1 his visit to the asw bom' old Murr to to the new himself irf ihat.tlon In New York The record o: maricably good sidering' the the session is a especially Con- Accordingly, thev che scenes in recent "I only knee] to. was his re- re- All entreaties and scr mgly. thsv set nnr anr? Tie fad skatinS taken set out acd and the mind and capacity" of At tte openmg aU eyes were on Pre- how thoroughly discussed by all ies and the action the government in cancelling the agi 'with the Alberta Company, for reasons so tl0tlJ forward by the IPremier, -was s ed by a large majority of the fcers. There is no doubt that the joriry of the people who agree w.'th'rhe the government in its action is even'who larger in proportion than the majority. year in the house would indicate, j -With that matter out of the the gove-raiaent and the private m bers proceeded to deal wit the "tion that was before thtm, four bills of all sons were on the w-