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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, 18, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EITAiLUHIO 1K7 W. A. DirMlof .V. "T.--W. (Minjslnt Edltw JOHN ftuliftMa f by Th. M.r.ld Publllhlnf Ltd., "Very lfi! it its Sixth MrMl, Altwrta, Cm. __________ _______ PHONE: lawful ev PMONI: dittrlal. in'd Newt 1224 Circulation and Job 125D OAILV SUBSCRIPTION .1 year delivered year, by mail 6 mouths delivered 12.00 3 months delivered 1 month delivered 35c.. 6 moat 111, by 1 month, by mall........25c- Addressos changed-as'often as desired, but both uew and old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published cvcry'Wcdnesdny In eight or more pages, and contains summary of Uiu news of the district 1 year in advance i -3 months advance 6 mouths In advance Toe. J THE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Cross Drug fc Book tore. .I.G. Kobert-' son Co., Jackson Ar Cope." Alexandra Drug Store. t Co., R.W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. JlcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie. B. Seal. Medjclne Hat-UM. Nortbara C'ranarook., B. t Atcllluson. ClarHholm-0. U Relnocka. City Drug Co.; C...-.-World Wide Co. fc.'Brown 2194th St. .lauiiesou News Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Alse on all C. P. R. Trains .Will-wine one bu good enough (a print-lit II. Boi'ilen wlih a' full "edged navy pollc.v tor Chrlslmas. which would be guaranteed to pleiue all factions In the house, comlniios to ay. ir amoiiy iho prize winners. week some of poultry faudorB look ,i Ilitlc dyer .1 Caliary and wern successful in.bringing home 1he Bacon in several classes. Now onr. ChTiqtmaH., shopping early. u'lhu liitie! After you have botiRht all .your I'lirlstmas liresents, don't forgel to whether tliera are any poor and needy In If no, Italu, mid'.yqur (.Mirlslmas tin-key taste I'er cent. er. If King (iooi'iii! In India la j having nner weather for Ills CBlehra- j than Sunny Soiitlirrn Alberta Is Of course we have said It before, for Christmas. No doubt but Just once more before the en- It. vvc must tries close. Kindly do ucii forget -u, jib, hare. a weatherman. tand in with British War Office and'American Packers THE British Government is show- ing its with the feelins against trusts by the recent noti- licutlon from ;he War Office lhat none of the American meat packers against whom prosecutions have been Instituted In the United Slates shall he invited to tendfrr army sup- plies. This is EI wise policy, which it well for.other gov- ernments >o follow, and thus put an end to vicious combinations. The matter of trusts has been "-act- ively up by the linked States government, and legislation passed removing the many hardships the 'Hritonsjare ever associated with the love'el' freedom and liberty, and, when practical proofs like the pre- sent are given, it becomes u source of gratification to see that the senti- ment and spirit are still alive. It is well that a sympathy should exist be- tween ciyilized nations in using ef- forts, as far ag'ithey, are practicable, for. the killing of methods used for preying on the vitals of the com- munity; s.entimen> alone is not suf- ficient to destroy, the practice of lr'isis. Once these combinations per- ceive that their methods are not only not appreciated, but that means are Especially at (Edmonton Journal.) A news head says: Finds Husband Through Turkeys." U of- en has been slated that. tile road to i man's hear; was th-rough his etoin- ich. He Is Not a Knocker I Pincher Creek Kc'ho.) Over in Cardelpn they "'have eiect- d a man named Hammer 'to the pb-' Ition of mayor. Kvidently Hie' blip's name Is n ho town- even want a nocker in the mayor's chair. Will Exhiust Dictionary (Piucher Creek Echo.-) T. -Ai. Tweedle, the junior member for Calgary in the provincial House, Ihe government's action in on-' celling the Greaf Waterways con- tract with W. 11.. Clark_and -his. sans a piece of "bell-born" legislation. Sure. AS Paddy "Nolan i. "would- say; 'I'-: was wani dlvil of a deal .anny- way." and any further' transactions n connection with it would 'of 'neces- sity be more or less sulphuric.. me time as does the Attorney- niniilelpnlltlca bill, shows gov- this to bo the intention of Ih ernment. Coupled with a good drainage ihis. municipalities bill might l solve roads problem. Fora The' Chriatmai Spirit 'you- expect to spend a pleasant Chfletmas? oiif ht to. That's about all have left-to Home Companion. H's foolish .-lo be extcaiagant at really wuh Join Iriends to TeniBbber it, give the A Bunch of Good Ones Consider following Carefully Before Buying VACANT CITY PKOPEHTV 1 lots on 3rd St. South M700 for four: 1-4 cutth; bal. arranged. 2 lots on 17th St. "A" North, each. '2 :iO-lot8 lots oil Sth Are. North, MOO each. :2 lots on Aghuiead, near Coiirlland, at SlOOl) each; cash. ft. x 112 on CavHimgh (12-tli St. "A" may lornm. 2 lots in Block 124; a snap at 11300. 3 lota In niock 122, at 1675 each; 1-3 cash; bal. 4 and 8 2 lots In Block 02, for the pair; caiy terms. HOUSES, ALL CLOSE IN 7 room, fully modern, flro vlaco, lot VI it 125, on 15200; easy termii. 6 room bungalow, on Courlland mil William, fully inodeni easy lonna. 5 room brick bungalow with water ou lot; 37 laoO.oush; bal. arranged, fully mo'iUrrifhouse on 14th Street, near 4th eany'-termiii ..7 room fully modern house, -facing north, oai Hedpnth; arranged, Freeman MacLeod Go Dominion Block s Scaling the Peak that fios ton girl frigid' I shquld say so.' When fellows call they, tie- them- selves ''together, >Jth Harper's system lias worked. It is. therefore, taken to curtail' their powers, then highly pleasing, that Uie good work should have a support and helping Imnd from those who believe in fair and a fair deal. President Tafi, io speaking of the Anti-misr aei. de- scribed it vis "the expression, of the ;effort of a freedom-loving people to 'preserve the equality of only, will they be broken up. The 'matter .of (lealingr: with combines should be intirnational. and com- mend the action of tne British War Office in setting a precedent, not by autive. interference, which, would be Injudicious, but" by a moral''ntul prac- tical support, to ;i wi-se legislation. A Santa Claus Fund IN'NEARLY all tlie forainion. and, for the matter.of that, in all those at every Christ- ian countiy. .tbare are started whax ni'e known as Santa Clans Funds. The objecfa of -these are to bring joy and comfort to the many they are lacking. We, in Lethbridge, Jlave 'been-foi'tunu-ely lit nt'.iljllshlng inlilfary .col- lege at Kingston.1' r speak read the Gaelicilingiiaise with' coinldernhle. freedom; .h'u't r mint conclude' for fear your readefi may .ijrouil. f iiipportrt'.HbiB great Joseph itowe in" palmy'U'ayi In the llou-ie of As- sembly, wa, fourteen and n hnlf years Collector of Customs at the port of Halifax, again r.furned lo the House of Commons in 1900, defeating Jfac- rich native of the counly, sent by Sir Charles Tupper to defeat me in Victoria, hut was returned ty a majority of 298. I hoped I may be spared to see Sir' Wilfrid' Laurler ag- ain leading tile Liberal .party to vic- tory.. ROSS. Ottawa, 1. "4 Giver is Known by His old Proverb Lei; your gifts ill, liol- jday time be useful arid of intrinsic value, -which re- flect your apprecia- tion of the real and Such gifts be as well impliod coin- inieiitfi to the re- cipients. An .exquisjte piece if Gut GJnss or. Hter- ing Silver -will these 'J'equirements. Cut .Olass Nappies, from to Bowls, to Water notties. to Kll.8.00.' Cream and pair, MM let, Perfumi, Kern Bowli, Wit- ter Pitchers, Spoon Trays, Pow- tler Hoxes, Sterling Picture Frames, ea., Sets Sfcrling Pitches, niittor Plates lircad Trays, Crenni-aiid Howls, <.pn UonV-Muilards, etc. "A. E, Opliciiui Kujfraver ;