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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Dally fierold ifeclink that the social system is- not Fpersonal wealth and, as the central 1U Vitt 4- Vit m n VA in ffVk December, 1907 by the Lethbridge Herald Co.. Ltd.. every lawful at its office, CrabU St., i.-itibridge, ajoerta. Caaada. W. A. BUCHANAN t Director and Editor 2.00 1-00 35 3.00 against him, but for him and on hit side, aud'then his own individual in- stinct of energy aid of enterprise will, I believe, he a more effectual check against the development of so- cialism than all the arguments that can be urged against it by noble lords opposite." Subscription one year, delivered Deity. six months, delivered Oaily. three months, delivered one month., delivered Oniiy. one year, by mail aii tuimt.k's, by mail three months, by mail changed. as often i. but both new and old WEEKLY polished every Wednesday in eight -and contains a summary of SACK TO CANADA "Back to Canada" is the slocan of the thousands of native-born Cana- dians who have been and are living in the United States. Strongly as Can- ada appeals to the native of the Unit- ed States, it appeals doubly to those who an inborn love for Canada and its institutions. In a recent interview Mr. A. D. Brown, Assistant General Manager of The Canadian American and The Western British American, said that before were the expatriated figure in the Congo atrocities. The Daily Capital, the new daily that A. 13. Watt has established in Edmonton, lias come to hand, and is a distinct addition to the journalism of Alberta. The Edmonton Capital, as .its headline reads, is a bright, clean newsy paper that under the abk- editing of A. B. Watt, will make a bold bid for n place among the k-adine papers of the West. Mr. Watt will continue to publish the Saturday News. Canadians leavine; the land of their adoption in such numbers as now. "They have made their pile over there and are coming back to invest the money. It is being recognized ages..and contain, a is land op_ M grid's news of the week, local frtr __fft and Six advance io advance 75 aionths. in advance 50 THE DAILY HERALD yu the following plabes: Croee Drug and Book J. tr. Robertson ft: Co.. J- J. Johnston k. Co.. R. W. Ham- ilton. "incher E. J. Mitchell. D. L. MoCrea. Drug --Book O- fMrnlt, B. N. E. Budiaby. B. Beatiie Jc AHiUoa. O. L. Dr. Tufham. F. Alberta News all C. P. R. trains. of the notable circumstances in the present agitation against the British Budget proposals, is the fact that the most violent and unreason- able opposition is from the wealthi- est men in the British Isles, are chiefly represented1 by the House of Lords' majority, which rejected the Finance Bill. But inside the ranks of the Liberal party are to be found renegades, Tr-ho, for identical reasons, have "ratted" against the Govern- ment, in their attempt to'establish a. just system of taxation. Chief amongst these Adullamites, is to be found Lord Joicy, who, com- mencing life on the quayside of New- castle, as a young clerk in his uncle's office, is now the greatest coal-owner in the world. He leased the coal- fields of Lord Durham for and in a little more than two years paid off the whole of the capital ex- penditure. Another in the same class is Sir R. W. Perks, who is well known as a. future manipulator of Canadian en- terprises, formist, and a chiefly bellicose non-con- conspicuous for portunity and the place for safe and sure returns for money invested. Away down in their hearts all these old Canucks have a warm corner in the wood-pile of their memory for the old home, and almost all of them keep up their connection. "Another thing that comes to our notice is the migration of the Amer- icans to the Canadian Northwest. This is the result of sane, extensive and widespread advertisinf on the part of the Canadian Government. The American farmer cannot escapt Canada. It is thrown up at him .at every turn. The cheapness of the land' the opportunities are flaunt- ed in his face and in the end it jeti him." _ FINISH ALBERTA During the season of 1905-8 and 1906-7 a considerable number of Al- berta lambs were purchased for feed lots established at Port Arthur. Lambs were boueht at that time for two or two-fifty per head. They are now somewhat higher. The number fed the first year was about and the second year about These lambs weighed in at about fif- ty pounds per head at the beginning of winter arri weighed out at about ninety pounds in April and brought Member of United Board Naval per is per cwt., or about head, without the wool, which shorn in March. Hay and wheat screenings constituted the feeding ra- tion. The screenings cost ten or twelve dollars a ton and the profits were satisfactory. It seems poor economy to produc- ers here to sell unfinished mutton and for consumers to bur finished stuff. Alberta consumers eat Australian or Washington mutton, (on' which there is freight in one case and freight and in the other ship out alfalfa and oats and have screenings to burn. There is no reason why the weicht of the lambs sold should not be doubled and the price improved as _ well as a new field for the employment of labor to a limited extent opened. Let some- one begin the profitable work of fin- ishing homegrown lambs. his most exacting demands upon the Government, in regard to their Edu- cation Bill- He commenced life as the son of a minister, and as the re- sult of a lucky matrimonial alliance. and an equally fortunate law partner- j day possible. Get busy, ship with Hon. H. H. Fowler, a con- spicuous member of more than one Gladstone cabinet, has succeeded in j merry for those who, under ordinary OUR POINT OF VIEW Do not fool yourself by putting off your Christmas shopping to the last Have you started making Christmas acquiring so much of the "filthy lucre" as to have become recognized Merry Christmas Get busy. as one of the wealthiest laymen in England. The latter gentleman, who has represented the Liberal Party in the House of Commons, as the member for South Lincolnshire, for over twen- ty years, wrote his constituents a lew days ago, declining to stand again, as the Liberal standard-bearer, for the following, amongst less portant reasons _ __ im- circumstances, would not have a All the public men and would-be public men are anxiously waiting for Bengough so that they may let him get a look at their faces to use as subjects for his cartoons. The Railroad Financier who is Seriously III at Home In Maditon, N. Y. SENSATIONAL KOREAN REPORTS ARE DENIED Tokio, Dec. re- ports published in the Japanese news- papers state that that attacks were made by Japanese upon the Korean officers attending the grand manoeu- vres near Utsonomya and that a plot was on foot to attack the foreign mil- itary attaches. The reports are with- out "foundation in fact. Not even an arrest was made based upon any pro- posed attack upon Koreans or others. The 'Korean officers moved in exactly the same maiiuer as the other attach- es and those attaches as well as other foreigners passed through the streets of Utsonomiya night and day without being in the slightest danger and without being attended by police de- tectives or Japanese officers. "A further reason for my decision is that I do not .'approve some of the Releasing prisoners because deposi- tions were typewritten instead of written by the 'coroner is certainlv carrying legal technicality to excess. i More sense and less lav? Tv-oul-d sc-s more justice done in such cases. recent financial proposals of the Gov- ernment and, as you are aware, I did not, therefore, vote for tie Finance Bill. Still less do I approve the pol- icy foreshadowed in recent speeches made by the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer and the President of the Board of Trade. The experiments in j new one Socialism advocated in those gpeech- es will, I am convinced, prove disas- trous to the trade and credit of the There appears to .have been differ- ent kinds of thieves operating in Co- balt. It is well known that those who stole through stocks and bum claims were active, but stealing: mil- lions of dollars worth of ore .s a The death of Kins; L-cpold removes one more of the older generation ot country, and most seriously affect in- dustrial progress employment." No more apt replj could have teen delivered than that given by the Arclibisho? of York, who in speech in the House of Lords said part: ''No doubt the reply -rill be inadej that what is proposed is a first step j in socialistic legislation. It is our old friend, the thin edge of the wedge- It has been very familiar ir. all the debates and social legislation that has taira place during the last fifty rears. It was busy in the pass- ing of tba factory acts, the extension of edition, the tion of'women and girls, the control of th? hours of labor, and its past appearance have somewhat discredit- rd it, I am not greatly alarmed br Appearance liow. It is a pry from the taxation of latid to statement of socialism TO br Lord with so mrsrh tbc'fwd of oftiwriily. md ot air European sovereigns. To the outside worid he was chiefly known as the sovereign of Europe with the greatest Had Heart Trouble. Nervei Ail tJnrtnuir Wherever there is any weakness of the heart or nerves, flagging energy or phy- breakdown, tne use of Milburn't Heart and Nerve Pills will soon produce a healthy, strong system. j t 31- -f- 4" Debec Junction, N.B., Do "wish to 4- Own you what Mil- 4- Work -4- burn's Heart and 4- low. 4- Nerve have done .4. for mie. Three years ago I so run down 1 eould not do my work I weat to a doctor, and told I had heart trouble and that my nenrw wen all unstrung. I took his as ordered to do, but it 4i4 mo rood. I then to take Milbura't Haart and Nerve Pills, and had taken boi before I started to ieftl better, M I continued their use until I ka4 takML tevecal boxee, and 1 am nov? aa4 well, and able do my THE MAYOiS Owing to the lamented death of Mayor Henderson, who has been the central figure in this column for two years, and for whom the writer had an affectionate regard, and in view of the fact that Mayor Adams has not yet assum-ed 'office this column is withdrawn this week. EDMONTON'S WILL GO ON A TRIP Edmonton, Dec. the meet- ing of the special committee of the council it vas decided to request Mayor Lee to take a trip to eastern cities of Canada and the United States in order to obtain new ideas and new plans for the administration of Ed- monton. This trip will occupy some weeks and while away the mayor will be asked to make a thorough study of civic governments of different municipalities. T FOR YOUR FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY Craddock Viner Family Redpath Street Sherlock Block A NET PROFIT OF PEE ACRE. Gross returns of per acre. NET PROFIT from 13 TREES. (This with TO trees to the acre is equivalent to 00 per acre, net proit.) per acre. per acre. per acrr grots; per acre met. per per acre per acre net. The above returns are claimed to hare been obtained from B. C. land by the owners and we have dozens more claims of a similar nature in our office. If you were offered such land at per acre, it would be a bargain. We offer you such land unimproved at to per acre and in 4-year-old orchard at to per acre and you can buy it on pay- ments of per acre per month. Are you going to let this opportunity slip? Or do you think it is worth investigating? If so, drop us a card or call and see us. M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK S Fraser Valley Fruit Lands SHEW ME? If that is your question we can show you where the best lands, the best location and the best market in B. C. ..are to be got. We are not here to sell you a piece of poor land and get the commission and then have you tell your friends that these fellows are no good; that we sold some- thing that was misrepresented. We want you to be able to tell us that'our proposition is genuine. We realize the fact that if we give you a good deal you will come back. Come in and let us discuss with you' the possibilities in fruit and truck farming in the Fraser Yalley. f Experience Count! I have had 1ft yfars im tfae T rostrum, and you can get the benefit of this iu the way I handle AUCTION SALES which I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. i-RUI G. WABDINGTON MEDICAL Best results; prompt ments Tel. Crabb St. TV Autos Km is the time to have your UITQMO- IllES (HUILD and don't forget w can doit satisfactorily PR. clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. Otfic" hours 9-12; 2-6; 7-10. DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DF.ANF Redpath Street. n a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. Block. Crabb. 72. Stafford Residence; cor. Bocapae sod Phone: Office 277; residence DR. J. E. LOVERiNG Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Oddfellows' Block. Hours: Till 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone: Day. 104: night, 342, D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridsre, ALta Office houm: 9.30-12 a.m.. E-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Graduate Royal College of Denta? Surgeong, Toronto. Staflwd Agnew Block, Rooms 6 and 8. Hours 9-12 1-5. Phone 463. The Standard Garage Co, MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp treatment, and facial massage. Acadia Block Redpath St. erf Sublet Wood Street, Lethbridge CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- Solicitors, No- tary Publics and Commiesionsexe Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alia COAL Bvtt Lump on market, tori Nut coal, delivered. Addrtss postcard to Bar-net Mint, Royal F. WADDINGTON Phono 211 City Agent. JOOtJOCCtXXX Coalr Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral SIC M iMa wmmm Si -ffGjuurn j vork. WlwsQ I commenced taking your pills I weighed 125 pounds, anduow weigh 185 given birth to a lovely young daugkter, wktch was a happy thing in the 'family.v Wfcem I commenced taking Mil- barm'i and Nerve Pills, I could not witheut resting before go: to I catt now go up without aay twubW." JW per box or 3 for aU or mailed direct on recei' of T Teroato. Om. J-t-A. I l-l1 H- wMci all Here's a Good Yarn A Highland ferryman on Ids journey KTLS caxight in a heavy squall. During- a lull in the storm he stepped up to his ar.d spoke thxisly, think I'll jxiist be taiin' 'yer fare the noo in case o' whnt niicht happen." want your orvwbees for thot box of Ganong, ney or Chocolates just ia case you might be tempted with cheap trash elsewhere. That girl of yours must have ponrl in Choc- olates and other thi gs, else she would not be your girl. DO IT NOW. TheRei Cross Dni{ Beok Ce. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Night 5 Night T T T T 3: T T I I t Mm RH ONE LODGE PRIDE OF No. 393, ALBERT A. Sons of inland Benefit Society In the every first and the month at particular! apply W. J. Wade. W. President. Oddfcdllowg' Hall third Wedneiday 8 p.m. For tail Fred T. Kobino See.. Box S7. ImpcriaJ Bank of Canada TORONTO D. R. SAVINGS ft-