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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE JDATIT Monday, December LETHBRSDGE DAILY HERALD DEC EM by the Lethbridge Herald, Publisher g: Co., Ltd., every 'awful evening- at its office, Crabfci Street, Lethb: idge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN MANAGING JUIBECTOK AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, antf News Oept 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jab. Dspts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J year, delivered 1 rear, by mail 6 months, S months, l month, deiiverec.......SSc 6 by mail II75 Z months, by Addresses changed ctften but toth and old addresses must be siven. WEEKLY-HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or mere aAd summarys of the news or the local and district I year, in f "2 .months, in advance___SOo months, in ,.75o THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Book is-jore. J. G. Eoberc- son. Co.. Johnston Jack- Alexandra Hotel, Pco pits Drug Srcre. Co., R- W. HamilPja. J. AHtcheH D. L, McCrea. Bros, Book Co. 3. Cranbrcok, i Atchisoc. L. Seinecka. Grassy Tugaftm. .Dtan-jsnd D'Arc's Drug Store. M. Northam B. ide Xe.wp Co. Brown ,219 4ca St. A.ESO on ali C. P. R. UN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world JNUJID A.D. 1710 BLCEM-EKAK J9IO HOME LONDON. ENGLAND i Omndlan Branch, Sun Toronto, H. M. Blackburn, will be having their Christmas letters vants in English, as their French is and parcels delivered at their doors, i not generally understood." Considering the conditions existing j this year, Lethbridge has done ex- i ceedingiy well to come -within a few thousand dollars of the building re- cord of last year. It is gratifying to know that so many residences were tmilt It shows that the population of the city is increasing steadily. "I said the young man's employer, "that you are always About the the office in the mornings." "Thank, you, sir." "Why do you thank "For noticing it." told me you told her that secret I told you not to tell her? It is to be hoped that Supt. Reid's j mean thing! I told her prophecy of a substantial reduction in.not to tell you I told her. the light and power rates will" mater- j promised her I wouldn't "tell ialize early in the new year. That you she told me, so don't tell her I is one. of the things the citizens can. told you. stand without any trouble. The tribute the minister .of agricul- ture paid to the .worth and work of R. j B. Chadwick, the superintendent of j neglected and delinquent children for the province, was well deserved. Mr. Chad wick has his heart in the, worfc. and has other rare qualifications for the position. The unfortunate child- ren of the province have' good friend in him. In the Public Eye Thai his .policy which he stated AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY GRANT FSW DAYS AGO the of the Lethbridge and District Agricultural. Society decided to Premier Siftoa of his promise 'to'have a grant of five thousand dol- lars made to their, society. It is now that long before they -had de- MR. ASQUITH AND HIS COLLEAGUES On "the one side of this his- toric political, conflict there ,is the, united Liberal party supported hy the; Labor group and the Irish National-' ists, on the other the Conservatives.} in Mr. Asquith, the Liberals have al leader of entirely different tempera- FOR SALE We want listings of some good building lots. We have call for several good sites, and those wishing to sell do not fail to list with us We have several Modem houses, new, close in, for sale at reasonable prices and easy terms Two splendid business sites for 100x125 ft on Round. Street near Dufferin. and 50x125 ft on Redpath near Round. For full particulars apply Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 12121 Macleod claims to have a population jof thirty-three hundred. That is a j gratifying increase tor-the town even "other if as stated, a large .part of the in- crease was due to railroadmen being moved tiiere from Lethbridge: here on the occasion of his "firstr visit Tll_ Montraal to as r grants to the three leading! province annually, ___ stead of making, a large grant to each in turn for a provincial fair, fi b ed a special "edition in cotnmem- f d' b oubts Prime-Minister. A Yorkshireman and a lawyer, he does not wear his heart on his sleeve. He succeeded to the premiership on the -death of Sir-.Henry Campbeli-Bannerman amid a cnorus ;clded to raaie this request, and cer- Javor -with the people is beyond but also of Canada. No To a generation _. spell of the mighty Gladstone, who Witness has been a-power- icown ifaBdMtion of Rosebery; ana.had experienced the charm of Sir Henry Caiapbell-Banaer- "ision lor the grant. The Premier is: thereTrith, more, than th-e other plan. B, man "who -does nor does I'f'lTe' thousand idoDars, a year, mil go .he go Dack on his made in -the ;lng to his promise to the society ibe ap" "ways beea a. -difficult' party to, man-! age. It is apt to sharply COMMENDABLE RESIDENT. TAFT- got himself in-, more or less trouble with a certain ttlttaent, of party be- cause lie nomiBated. Judge White to .be Chief Justice of tie Supreme politician, is a Southern-, the, other judicial ap-i er-and an ex-Confederate soliier. -were referred; to eyes of some Republicans any one..mittee '-for consideration. of those thing's is enough to bar him, The .President and the senators i'roin holding this most responsible thereby 'showed that they are bi? men position. But the President over'.ook- who can on-such matters ris? above jur; "these -and saw only the jr.dge's'party considerations, despite the crit- sptendid ability, his excellent previous .icism that' was offered by certain ele- service, and his devotion to Ms work ments of the .party.. i; times unreasonably critical.. From Other Sweater vision; who remembered j attacks on Sir Henry Campbell-j jitanEerman were content to "waif.and J isee." and, their-wisdom has been" jus'-! GZvinc to the "Rich Globe.) !tified by events.. Alnosi three thousand- years ago a the defects of Jewish him qualities Mr. Asquita'has allj- i, ;reaf aat! as I described months ago, po.Hi.ical situation" A Wiser than Sofeiman :tnerner's hatred-of emotional display, (Vancouver Province.) ;-he Is yet capable of-deep feeJIngy all court has. been established tfie Deeper, hs rarely i In Chicago, wnicli .will hare special sSorrs-it'-His speeches are master-' jurisdiction over cases'.of wife aband- Pieces" of-cpnceritrftloni bat, in spite lid delinquency, nasiect of th_e absence of. "rhetoric, in spite, r'.'anc" 'ove rare economy of words, L" is in. him the .true spirit of the! r brettcli- suits. mountaiiis and the fenlands: .the free-! ORN1NGSID down a inonth Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to 150.00 PER LOT For full information, call or address ccurities Co. P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 i ._ [The qualifiestioas---for-the duties of spirit that revolts -against LETHBRIDGE LANDS TITLES OFFICE i presiding officer of this tribunal call aristocratic pretension. No other of-. N PRESSING the claims of Leth- transaction made the Lbe wiscon of." Solomon- tt-e' diplo- our leaders, not the firey bridge for s. lands titles office, OIle Or a risk unless they macy of Disraeli and. th? patience of sive Lloyd George, the brilliant but; the local member has behind him to Tie trouble and expense of hav- j0b." If such found in the Irascible Churchill, the the'general election preceding the. tenements for so that if meeting of .Parliament. He according- j tney gave votes contrary to his wishes ly devoted the greater part of Msjtner more Good Friday sermon to the proper I, frame of mind to maintained at an election." 1S Above Politics (Chicago Tribune.) Mr. has through, the past per- ilous twelve months. He is the iin politics, as Lloyd George is the The appointment which especially'' ill interest the country; though it is' inconvenience the lice in Calgary, 3. distant city, is a surely and with no expense! constant reminder of the need of fees.- 'The revenue of the of-j office in this.'city. The policy, bt the late government in centralizing the! to the. office would be made j _ _ land titles office business in two of-1 aad" fewer chances taken; Jtriii interest the country, though it is _ The Chancellor of the Exchequer Sees does uot find favor among Thej In Ontario, where the number more important in.point of power, is the most winning personality in fche public anywhere outside of the transactions is much smaller in than any other on the Supreme Cabinet, and he is never more wic- cities, opinion there is by the population than it is Is that of Associate" Justice aing than when he loses his means; (inanlmons to its .aupporL: land titles off White'as chief _. Justice. Never before and pour the Tials of his wrath and Thp, policy of centralization may sonsetimes.; two., in each, county.'in.history ,ias a president risen sup- scorn on, say, Captain of the more economical from the" govern-j The syst'eni worSs well and 'the" to his party in the selection of the Land Union, when that mont's "point of view, but what theiernment of this province would do the head of the court which is the real has been playing same anusaally people save in this way is more than; well to reverse the policy of the f orm-. lawmaking body of the country. It j smart trick. Jlore than any other .balanced by the continual loss sus-'er government, and establish more of- is a'departure which, will appeal to; Cabinet Minister, Mr. Lloyd "George tained by individuals who have busi-'fices- in the different part sof country, since it will serve to politics into the atmosphere of FAME'S PATHWAY Japanese children are taught to write with both hands, Kodin, tixe distinguished French sculptor, has recently 'comjjsted a portrait bust of Tliomaa E. Ryan, of New York. The new King of Sfam is an intel- ligent man, thoroughly English in out- their orders, and saw that the candi- missionary travels directly after having at .Oxford. The procession or peers, their St. Andrew, whose anniversary leads to a lamentable consumption of speeches in their liands recalls the Scotch whiskey, mysteriously dis- gentler electioneering methods of appears 'from the New Testament, and their class in the past. They gave'is supposed to-have started on his date was up to sample. Mr. G. W. tecost. How he became the "Patron" E. Russell details one of the orders'of Scotland-is, .not quite clear.. The given out by a duke during the elec-' story about SL Rule bringing his re- tlon" of 1886: "Send me down a candi- mains to St. Andrews does not con- date to turn the Home Ruler out of vince the .'.'Higher because my He must be a gentle- tnose same relics have been claimed He has written military as novels and comedies-. man, youns. fluent, good-looking, and. Sir Edward Grey, of the Liberal par- ty, is a champion tennis player, a good golfer and a fine .all-round ath- the church of lete, and one of the most universally ness to do with the office. In every! country. I move the judiciary from politics. ALCJERMAN FRAYNE'S A LD FRATNTETS case has is not allowed to pass a preced- to a cris-s 3. situation that re- ejlt will'be established is a quires settlement. In itself it is not a matter of a great deal of mo- ment, but there is a principle un- that must be considered, pro- question of whether or not the city will continue to allow its aldermen Side Lights "That was a mighty inconsiderate the niountaintops, and it is there-that this fight -is going to -be won. Mr. Winston Churchill has the same spirit but It is in leash with an aristocratic' temperament that does not under-i stand the people so intiiaateiy a's does Mr. Lloyd George. la these three bross band that serenaded me on el-: leaders, each so different and each so city; to do business with, as well a.-for, the; ,he defeated excellent, the Liberals are. .thrice I'canaidate for blessed. Standing behind them there there has been little or trou-nie' vidlng. of course, that the contention complaint as to the conduct of pastj that he has been working ascJcr a cou- host of good men. There is, piay anyiaihg but "Home' instance, Dr. Macnamara, the Canad-' tract with the city is true. No onejcil in this respect, the experience ofj Sweet Home.'" jian born Secretary to the Admiralty: 'Mr. Mastennan, second in the Home would think of accusing Alderman j larger cities has proved that there isj like to have'on'ice to Mr. Churchill; Mr. Birrell, Frayne of Intentionally breaking His grave abuses in the practice! d" aier for'my delightful of essayists: and In oath of Nor will anyone sug- of having, the members of the council] .the second Chamber there is 'Lord gest that there is anything criminal j doing business with the. city. They) Is sis acticn. i Have contracls iieral-d has no desrire to have t are your Money and the Earl of Crewe. With, themselves on such terms as were not Aldsttnan Frayne unseated, but the best for .their cities. Even when get- incident affords the city an opportun-i ting contracts in competition, often! prospects? Youns tnese men, and many others I might yesterday naiQe. to lead them. Liberals will em- morning, before tiie railbirds "got from this and, I reeled off a mile in 1.2G ity of deciding upon a policy thai tenders are worded in such a, T ither lead to more important incidents in j way as 'to .give their, a chance to' per- didn e-vtend mvse later days. If he has been working', suade council that their contracts lor the city, selling his labor for the more advantageous, when in consideration of money, and if the they may not be. Tbe safer inspired by still loftier ideals as thej years go on, will, in spite of All thej {frantic efforts of Garvin, the ex-Fen-j 3o you value your ian- Blatcbford, the Atheist-Social- white cow at? Farmer ain't worth ov- cident is to pass, a prececl-'plan is to adhere strictly to the pro-, ent will .be established. If the visions ,of.the oath as it stands. er ?1Q- TasmS cows tais year' OUR POINT OF VIEW ,the best "n its history in every re- Five thousand dollars a year from'spect. the provincial government will ailov; j the agricultural society to launch out! There was nothing small about the along some lines they otherwise coald not attempt. way that Danish cabinet minister went .after the public funds of his na- tion when he got away with two mil- This is tfte last week to do dollars. mas baring. These who have not yet i made their purchases should harry. In another Christmas be i passed. 3e prepared to he merry. Letcbridge'a most year, according to natural conditions, is drawing to a rlose.- 6ody Is to Pi-alie us Now comes -the great rush at the post offices of the country. By 'this am not the. assessor. I am an official of the Quick Time RaJl- road. Your cow was killed this morn- ing. Here's the ?IO. Good day. Miss never allow a man to kiss me unless we are engaged. Miss me! Don't you Ilnd ao many engagements trouble- In the dining room of a hotel at Nice, on a large placard posted over tae mautlepicce you can read the fol- lowing: "Our English visitors' are Ttrntlly re- iat, and other dubious allies of Tory- Ism, make of these islands set in the silver seas, a happy, contented and prosperous F. Watson, in Toronto Globe. OLD COUNTRY GOSSIP year time zsxt year, Lethbridpe citizens Quested to addess tha.waiters and ser (London Daily Chroniclfl.l .-Politics in the pulpit, of which a good deal has been heard is no novelty. Lecky lemarks that "We are here in all the fuss of the election, and people hardly think or spea.k of anything To give you an'Idea of how It pervades everything, I :may say that yesterday we were at West- minster Abbey, "where Dean Stanley preached a sermon on the darkness of the Passion, which he compared to Constantinople, The order was exe- wHich "he" founded, and also by the (trusted public servants in ,the British cuted as by a Universal Provider. The itaJian town of Ainalfi, formerly a Kmpire. With the exception of Sir candidate came, saw, and conquered, favorite haunt of brigands. Country Alfred LyttJeton, Colonial Secretary. Not only was the seat captured, but children fceep St. Andrew's Day by-who played for England at football tie local heiress capitulated to the solemnly eating toffee, a ceremony and cricket. Sir Edward Is probably fluency, the good looks, and the man- "would be delighted to perform the best athlete who ever appeared ners of the -duke's nominee. And all on in some of the In a British .Cabinet John -Burns, went merry- as a marriage bell. To-1 southern counties th'e memory of "the who can bos, swim, skate, ride a bi- cJay. of course, "my division" Is some-i gentlest of the Apostles" seems doubt- cycle, and walk 50 miles a day, if lie i 'more J fully honored by hunting tie harmless I so desired, is, however, a hard man to squirrel. beat. The phrase "wild peers unmuzzled" [___________.___._________________' ..._-''. is of higher lineage than careless; _________________.________ readers might imagine. When Mr. Gladstone was ejected from Oxford in: the general election of 1865, and was driven to South Lancashire, we find him talking after this fashion: "At last, my friends, I have come amongst you, and I have use a phrase which has become very fam- ous anu is not likely to be forgotten I have come amongst you unmuz- zled." It was Lord Palmerston who had'given currency to the phrase. The prime minister, partly in his own. in- terests and In the interests of do- mestic peace, had made anxious ef- forts to keep Gladstone in Oxford. Tbe Earl of Shaftesbury tells us that Palmerston said: "He is a -dangerous rnasx Keep him in Oxford, and he is partially muzzled, but send "him alse- where and he will run wild." So that the "wild" peers are in excellent com- pany. Thomas Buncombe, who eventually lound a safe Liberal seat at Finsbury, apent bvar in unsuccessful contests at Hertford and Pontefrac. Of this, according to his biographer, he spent contesting Hert- ford in'1823 and 1S26. The principal expenditure was created by the ne- cessity of finding for the eject- ed tenants of the of Salis- bury, whose interest was paramount in the constituency. His lordship5 only .permitted to hold Special Christmas Brew WURZBURGER For Holidays Only Tke LetKbridge Brewing and Malting-Co. Limited PHONE 554 ;