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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LErnBRinOB .DATTT TTTIRAT-D 1 IS, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD the HtnH Co-, LH., inning Iti ottkr, llxlh Strict, Ltlhbrlilgt, A'.xrti, CanUa. PHONli Editorial, Reportorlal And Nawt Department 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Oil-icier T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCI Builncu Manaur PHON'EI Adverllilng' Circulation And Joa 1252 DAILY SUSSCniPTION KAT1I J year, delivered J4.00 1 by ratH 33 l monlh. Me. I monlh. by Addreuu changed at often is duBlrod, but Mth old tddreetiM must be given. THE DAILY HERALD FOR AT Crow Drue Medicine M. Narilwm. -Lock Store; J. C. Robertson B- and Co.; Jackson Co.: Alcs- andrn Hotel; People's Store; Kenny A Allin. Co.: R. W- Hamilton. Plncher J. UltchtU; D. L. McCrea. Brw, Drag A Company. FernlB, B. DeiiL Atehlnsoc. clare.holii-O. L. Rtlneirkt Slariond C1U Co. a; Wide Newa Company. Drown, Streflt Jamleson Nawa Co., 705 Illverslde Avenue- .'AIM an all C.P.R. train! THE WEEKLY HERALD Publlsned every TVsdncsday In.eight or more puses, ancl conmlni i summary the news o[ the .week, local nnd district 1 year In idvance .........Sl-60- 3 montlia In advance..... Hlc C months 111 advance Eradicate the Practice TIME AND AGAIN we read of ac- cidents, ofteu fatal, occurring through.the pointing at persons cf loaded guns. More often than not :the net has been comnmted by boys. .The mere fact of leaving .a loaded gun the yonus could have access ,o ii is reprehensible, and the matter deserves a great deal more thought Ihan appears to be given to k. f Somehow or another, to point a is a great temptation among some j jjoys. The praciire one of those" j boyish freaks brought about by the thoughtlessness common to the you up." .In view, bowevtr. ol" the frciuienry ill accidents .and fatalities have happened; il'sccirts 'not' to ba out or place Lhrtt fathers should realize k to Jj'e'an incumbent duty ID warn their bo'ys 01 ihe evil of pointing a gun at another, eveu if ft was considered tp be unloaded. In fact we might go further, aad .siiy thin rural com- muqitles, whore a gun for purposes of. sport is found In households, ir almosi 'Becomes a duty for school supply any Temissness on parts of parents, by giving their ls ocraslpnal admonition" as tc the danger of playing with giraa. be'told that it is an ex- t'feniely nuspdrismanlike tiuiUity even in fira. Teachers, in many cases, have more influence and opportunities cT impressing tho young tonn parents. In view of the salutary nature of the il -becomeE really important. If you huvo ihouslil about Bonding li: a dollar for the llcraliT.s'. Panti fund Blve Ilii1 thought (i con eri'tw turn bygcid'Je Into uctlon. Lpilibrldcc lifts ho sorlons caspg povorly but it Ims iV.nilles which "Sniua Clivus "will overlook mi- li'ss ihrouph somo niom.s iia the Herald fuml. Do you tlii> vision? iippojntmum of a Inspector may be iwcoBsary but ilcruUl Is of the opinion that there Is uat sulll- cleni work to 'kt'cp u man stuiullly employed at present. .iiun (.'laus has his ncrojiUine about muly for tho famous toiir of tho world in om> iiljilit, As a goer oli! Srtini Nick holils the ohtunplon- shlp comers.; Dr. Clark' of litcd Deer In'Tils speech L the 'iKiiry, one'-'.mofe demoii- strulldii of-tho fnct-that hf holds a iroml iiosiifon among thi.- llrsi lour or live from bench orators In parlia- ment. It 'H (o. '.do Ijoiii'i. lhat thu city council In new city cluu1 ter will not overlook tliu fact UMiiuitB liuvo u u'tiiiiig mornl right u vuie, Tlioy pay luxes by 'proxy. ]l Is filtering to privilege when tho tei.-' nnla fti'o deprived of tho [mieliUP. H Is ct'i'tulnly an for the Oreck doli'gitttu'-io'Blt llt n lu'aco feroneo niul IhCsiinUou'd niivy at the same tlini' be lurkhijii around tho tluncllos looking for ;i scrap. It Is a rcncdlon ou the Bliu'crity of the Hell- enic people, Mr. Aikhis of Hi-niHlon- ilPiii'iH'iues the action of Llbmils reforrlnp to the fact (hat Mr. 'Router I wo'years moved a resolution favoring a Crti.ud- iiii built Mr. Harden or Jlr. thought docsn'i count now that [Hey ftre inking opposite course. Mm the same Mr. ANc.iia nl- inost splits his desk iioiiiidhm U floe when a cabinet nilnlvici- justifies some particularly objectionable olec- ssuuulal by pointing to 361110 sim- lar tactlcfi on of Libenils. Vonderfully aslule mini Is -Mister Al- kins. Qthen Draws, on Posterity (Morning The Winnipeg Free Press hiVs the right chord when il snjs that it is unable to develop any enthusiasm over a naval policy which niseis Can- ada's obligations fur "service In de- fence of the flag by draft on posterity. The Navy and Politics (Carmnnijiiy Sun) "Keep the navy out of 1ms received a" bad Jolt. Boih His prime minister and fhe leader of, the oppo- itlori liave" a'riuounced entirely differ- ent policies asjp.wbat Canada's naval program should and safe to say tlKit .ulne .out .of every ten men will argue tfiaT'the policy" of "their [larty" is the only one; and the one in the best iiuereets'of Canada and Keep Going There 15 no lead, howe'er. so-great. Hut what you'll flml. Unless you keep a steady ynli. Some bustling fellow, sure ns faio, Will ciitch you from behind. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF No Longer "She's the most popular woman in her set." "Slie used to Lo imiil she .von three o.ird prizes in a row." Sign of Innocence "I'm sure the pedestrian to blame." "The chauffeur stopped the car-tit once and made DO effort to rgct away." Proper Courtesy Boss Uo Urdy is it, 1C Jones, lhat you allow me to arrive at the ofllce first is proper that'I should give precedence to my superiors, sir." give prece the tiupire. .You might as well try Transcript. Iteep .the wind from blowiug ii ns keep the iiavj question out of politics. j Rowdyism 7 i W nas ils Intlneuce noi onlj on [ho physique, but in the char.yler of a people. The atTortlin 'of opporlunities for iudulging in the Eanic should be :i part erf the emer- ol civic governnieuVB. In this respect those in charge .of the nffairs or'tlic''of Lotlibrldge 1mvc1 been 10 tlieir responsibilities: in" lotmaiion of tlie Henderson Par! to afford diversion in summer time ond in winter. Facilities forTeacliinjj the lake have teen given by the street- car service, .ntid hundreds have availed themselves of the same. Sknting has become ex- ceedingly popular at the present lime; and iu the recreation it affords to oflices and stores during the day, those who take an iniercst in their fellow creatures will welcome everything wlilch tends. lo its continuance. But ive regret to learn that there at are., certain i'nn.vidiiuls "dispps'ed to and accordingly make themselves nuisances lo those ivno nre out solely for health and pleasure Such conduct.; if "persisted in, must in ihc long run eud in keep- ins the jbe.tLer-minded from, the lake, and fording 'on them a denial ofv a source of enjoyment does happen that where crowds assemble there is generally [lieTQwdy as a'riile, th'e> are'ltT'tbe same the tactics, they employ of making themselves obnoxious cannot but be source of annoyance to others, though C may be a selfish pleasure to them. .who spoil the enjoyment if "others exhibit a very poor spirit of sport, and deserve to be made an ex imple of. The larrikin has no place n a crowd of orderly pleasure-seek ens, amongst -R-hom are ladies, and if- sense of right IE not enpuglt o "ensure orderly behavior, then it is inie there should he-an official at the ake to remove offenders. A Good Move Carmaugny Sun) The farmers tributary to Carman gay would like to see a Chain service suitable to the shipping of milk either lo Calgary or' Lethbridge. and tbe Board of Trade have taken .the matter i.p with ihe C.' P. Over- nl Clavea- holin the farrnei'3 millr to Calgnry getting per hundred pounds, ivhich means H ceu-ts per quart 1 o. "b. Claresbolm. A Masterly Speech IX HIS SPEECH in the House the member for Red Deer appmncned ihc naval In a practical '.manner. There can be no denial of his sinijeriiy when he refers to the Laur- JLT policy as one which would bring about ihc birth ami development, of :i groat shipbuilding indneiry, meaning; to the farmers and the work- 1 men of [he Bominiou. IL cannot be said that, while calling the present measure a temporary one, Mr. Harden gives any assurance that ;i permanent policy ivlll he one 10 be realized in the near future, if at oll- OnnsiiclfM-ing this Dr. Clnrk certainly ecorfid a point when he applied the nrs'jii.cni advanced against a Ciinad- ian navy to Horden policy. If ships built here would he ready Tor ibe scrap-iron heap by ihe time thcy were completed, this would be more likely to he the case with ihc dread- noughts, at the nebulous tinio when they were returned lo our shore.1) to form -the nucleus of this country's' future navy. As for the Premier himself he has shown no reason ivliy he has changed the views he held four 'years ago re- ganliiiR the proper naval policy of this country, floyond an academic definition of what, an emergency Con- sisted or, it has not been clearly proved that any such stntc exists. Dr. Clark did not. fall to show the fallacy of (his professed If concentration of Ihe Drltlsli fleet. In the North Sea is a measure, even of expediency, then. ns the member for Red Deer pointed out, more is the need of a Canadian navy for menus of release >to the existing units o[ Ihe Hrllish fleet, and for serving the purpose of protecting our shores and trade' routes. As to any virtue in lue contributory scheme that it relieved Great Britain financially, that Dr. Clark soon dis- posed of by citing the fact that since the Asciuith government had come Into power the Motherland has pniil 000.000 of her national debt. "Vet we are told iliat In order 10 the re, we must contribute a miser- able The member for lied Deer is Lo be complimented 'on placing the naval issue in a manner which is appealing in Us endorsation of the of his leader. It. ni.lic.paied the speech of Mr. Slovens, the Conservative mnm- lier fop Vancouver, and served as a refutation ;o the charge that while Liberal speakers harped about, "bonds of the government pro- posed to go on and supply additional strength, .Which way lies the real strength, in money, or In stilus and men1? in .crcutfng the proper spirit of a nation, or causing n to', do nothing heyonrl making a payment? What innRcB for our' own siren gill .and 'progress, a.nd nt Mine tends to the slrenRih ot the Empire? Surely not the cold cnah policy of ;..Mr. OUR POINT OF. VIEW The labor uniaiia of Ilicii-onld he settled now and obviate link- city should make Lheir- voice heiil-d tfrlnp later on. Tlu; unions Hlitmltl 'In connection tlic new civic char, lend a helplm: .liiind In gelling the icr. There are ninny nucsllons which i francli'iac for tenants, '.'fust-.for a J Are You Ready? "Great said L'ucle Josh this morning.' "I wonder ivhy 'Us Chris'mns allns jumps onto a feller jest when his; pocketbook Is ilattcr'n a bride's Qrst loaf o' Doctoring ,a Doctor I aay doctor, did you ever doctor another "Ob. "Well, tell me this: Does a docror doctor a doctor (he way tlie doctored doctor wants to "be'doctored, CT iloes the doctor doing ibe doctoring doctor the other doctor tn his own Exchange. She Could Not Reproach' Hiran afraid you won't "do. As nearly as I can llnd out, you have worked in six or seven places during the past year.'' Miss 11, ;m' how. many girls has yersilf' had in the same tolme? Xo ton Transcript.- MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O.Box 1979 1291 f- Jab to reduce the price of Jabots. (Ask y'dli don't- know what that Is, yqil ery Advertiser. For It ".Yes, sir, I'll be years pjd.on the 17th day of next month and I can put my -palms on the floor without beud- ing my knees." "You don't look as if you could do bat, Lei's .see you "6b, T don't want. Lo gel down on ray stomach Record- Herald. Why He Sticks to Trolley'Cars "Why don't you buy an ''I couldn't stand one." "Why "It would get on my nerves." to "No. But every time a (.ire would lo'iV up my wife would say; goes another week's and I couldn't stand that." Lethbridge Business Men s Most Important Problem Solved To Our Insurance Customers IT you are a user CIAS, either I'oi' or cook- ing purposes, VP Avonlcl resiicctl.ully rcqiiL-st thai, you call at our office and receive a PEKMIT'i'oL1 tlic-uso of same. Avonhl also respectfully call your iilteiition to l.ho iulvisability of iucreasiug your insurance; as with the lighting of winter Jives, your ol' loss is o-j-eatly aGceutuaterl, Wilson Skeith C. P. R. AGENTS Reliable Eire offices rcjH'eseuLed by as.. Opp. Alexandra Phone 1343 Completely covering a city with one newspaper is the problem that con- fronts the shrewd business man.' This has been solved by "The Herald" Which guarantees a city circulation exceeding the number of residences In the city. We don't ask you to take our word for It efihec. We can prove to you over the signature of the. build- ing Inspector and the secretary of the business' men's association, that our city circulation is greater than one .to every duplicate of waste circulation figures, either. Now, Mr. Advertiser, If you are not sure lhat the above statement Is correct, call at the business office nnd.ask fop proof. When you arc satisfied that you can get into all the homes in Lcthbrlclgc at the right time of the buyer of the home has time to read your store problem of where to place your advertising Is solved. One of your big questions 'or 1913 will be settled. Father's Christmas Box A big box conies time From father's sister Nell; His name "is painted on the ton, "Handle with care" ns well. stand around expectantly .White Father gets his tools lie pries nntl pokes, he thumps and pounds While hrcakfasi. slowly cools. lie drolls the hammer on his toe. His coat tears on a nail; IJvit finally lid comes oft- Poor father's fur from pale. A brass teapot for dear Mamma, A set of Scotl for Dan; A big Noah's ark for Reginald, A ring Cor litUc Anne. A new sill: dress for grandmamma, Catnip for Kilty Gray, A pretty apron for the we all say. A fine new leash for Danny's dog, A dress for sister's doll. A for Uic child next door How she remembers all! And now Ihe bottom 's all hut reached, We out baby's blocks; father's someone Jn- (juires "Ou, father gets the box." Longvjorth and Longfellow There's an arousing siory goinR heard it in nn aftcr-dlnnor speech liist a_native In small New EiuOand Loun. hong- fellow was mentioned and ine native said, snld he: "Well, I can't see as he's so much. Nobody would p.vor iave known notliln' about him if he hadn't, married Alice Roosevelt." Which rc.cafls the other episode in- volving Longworth Sr. Tlic father of Nicholas LnnffM-ortli'was Introduced to Longfellow, who remarked upon the similarity of names. Said Mr, LOHB- worth: "Yes, Mr. Longfellow, but I have llio advanlnge of you. Worth makes the man and want of it the York -Press. He'Was Curious The young man shot Into Ihc.liahpr- Jashery department, ns if propelled there wllh BOHIO oxturnal Ar- rived, he stared nboui, him. bitiiiG u Tlic next second, hrrath- .css, he stood before a pretty girl al lliu rlhliou couuLer, -vho waited, with wocL smile on liar face, to lake lila. order. 'Kr-----" he began nervously, "I Wflnt spine rib'non for a red baby." The pretty girl's smile faded. veils nu! I mean, some baby -fop n rod-ribbed he cor- rected himself. The pretty girl smiled openly once more. confound spluttered the strange youth.-- "I really mean some ribbed-red baby for one-----. No, dash it! Some red..ribs for one someone's red baby's Where's tho And the curious customer at the ribbon counter do- parlecl in the same abrupt manner as he bad entered. 1; The pretty girl looked, after him, amazement written on heri'face; but the smile Hashed out again as she ij.iirnii.rcd: "i wonder If it was red baby ribbon Lhat he really Kentucky has wliitc lo one black in a Intnl jiopulation cf 951. Denmark lias a law lhat prevents a merchant from having move than two clearing sales a year. Wages in Delglum are lower gen- erally in any other European OF CANADA nll-ut cigilil. Fuod1 50 lyr Ann mi P.oNIs (O.t.) Tolal Asscls (Over) To Travel at Ease witli a iniiicl free from wuny about the curren- cies of the dilTerent.countries you visit, or. the safely of your .funds, carry Letters of Credit and Travellers' Cheques issued by the Unior. Eant of Canada. You can then secure funds as }'ou need Client at any baiikiug town, and no one else can realize on your paper. Ask the for particulars. .ETHBR1DGE BRANCH.....G. R. TINNING, Manager BRASSY LAKE BRANCH A, B. KING, Act'g. Manager TOJVDONrENG., BRANCH, f'F. 5i Threndneedle. 51-. C.C. F. VJ. i. C. UA.RT SMITH, Manager. The Best Buy in Canada for Llioae'ivho want firsthand information In regard to Canadian development and Investment Is THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The-Financlal Post elves authentic and up-to-date Information evevy week regarding Canadian business conriltio'nq. The Financial Post Is Quoted as an authority uy leading Cana- dian, American and Dritish publications wlien to Canadian Investments. The Financial Post Information which la often- "limes exclusive. The investors' Information Bureau, through ivhicli reliable. In- formnLlon can be had concerning any Canadian Investment Is free lo subscribers. AM correspondence is treated confidentially. Write for a sample copy and further Information concerning. The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Inventors" r F. G. HASSARD, Western Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building REGINA, SASK. ;