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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1OOT by the Lethbridge Herald-Publishing Co., Ltd., every evening at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W, A. BUCEANAK. MANAGING BIEECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, I l Adx'Crtlslng Reportorlai, j Circulation and News Dept Job. Oepts. 1224 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered l year, by mail 6 months, delivered.....J2.0Q _. 3 months, 6 months, by i month, delivered.......35c i S months, by maiJ .......S5o Addresses changed as often as desired, bur. both new and old must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or mere pages, and a summarys of the news or the week, local and district, l year, in advance s months, in advance ....SOo 6 months, in ....T5o s THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT I is inaugurated. The difference will be j that system will not be 1 like Calgary's. From Other Sanctums get so Would Need Stimulants (Calgary Herald.) tf Ihe Alberta legislators mucn ftrain fag out of a short session j such as has recently closed up in Ed-1 monton, we wonder what would hap- pen it tHey were up against a seance such as is held in Ottawa each year. rounded by a Ureas: that buttons up A the, the back.' is your daughter getting along with her vocal "Splendidly, splendidly. She's got so now she can say '1 can't sing with out my music' just beautifully." Traffic for Both (Toronto Globe.) sir Wilfrid believes Western Can- ada win develop traffic for both the weiiand and the proposed Georgian Bay canal. Old Ontario has no ob- jection to the canaliation of the Ot- i've tried to tell ma And my dear daughter Mabel, to judge a cigar By the gold on the label. "isn't it said Mrs. Shadder "to read that women's forms are get ting to be lifce ".Not if that shape is the fashion, my aear placidly answered Mrs Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. liobert-, son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Fincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug. 4 Book Co. .Fernie, B. Seal B, .Atchison. L. Eeinecke. Grassy Tugham. Diamond D'Arc'a Drug Store. 'Medicine M. Northaia -Vancoitveiy B. News Co. Browa 219 4th St. Also tawa, but the Welland the really urgent need. deepening is Where They are Slow (Great Falls.Tribune.) On a large state in" the Highlands it was the custom for the piper to Play in front of the house every- morn- ing except Sun'day in order to awak- en the inhabitants. One Sunday'morn ing; nowever, having had more to drink good for himv the night before, he commenced to play [as usual in front of the house: The people of the United States are! the must conservative in the world j neannS the noise, his master, when it comes to changing the old or- veri" angry, opened the -bedroom aer of things to waich they are ac- i window, and asked the piper if he customed in their political affairs, and jKnew tQe fourth commandment. The the most progressive when it comes j to changing .methods and tools for do-! business. manufacturer replied: "No, sir; but if you'll hictry in? is MUNICIPAL PAWNSHOPS CTTT OF MONTREAL, is-.go- take exorbitant interest, ing .to establish a public pawn-' ?uj' are other abuses common for the benefit of its poor. the pawn shop that this law does Is a good move that has already not-ssd-Connor-cover, adopted by a number of other! municipality, is in the best po- cities-chiefly in Europe. THe poorj -unfortunate are tie people who are made the victims of the "shares, and it is the duty of the Smbn to never satisfied -with his machinery, but is always looking for new machin- es more efficient than his old ones in producing results. He does not hes- itate a moment about throwing out the old machines the moment he is In the Public Eye HAMAR GREENWOOD iic io; A ago was convinced that someone has devised i aeleatecl candidature for York a machine more efficient than 'the one tiiQ British House, of Commons. ie has been using, but when it comes to changing his methods of doing pub- lic business, he is not onlv a con- j-ast week he was elected in Sun- aeriand by a majority representing a. turnover of votes. The un- servadve, but he is an old fogey. He j has often happened to Green- seems to have an instinctive dislike Xears ago, while an undergrad a puolic pawnshop where e.. -people, are.-. assured of getting a Protection es-for anything new. He will submit te in tne class of 'S5 at Toronto Un- with any amount of growling to anti- lversity, ne went. on a summer tour quated tax laws that do not as j a barnstorming theatrical- corn- loan j square deal when they are forced by j tar as'equitable results any Playing heavy villain 'in the temporarily or perman- j sonably successful way. He-will ad-! melodrama, ur perman- psuiiaoiy successrui way. Hev win ad-! iueiuaraina> the s erament to protect them as far as pos-jemly to- part -with some of their be- nut that his city-government Is waste-! suppeiy Jttoad .to Kuin." Stole. ThS .federal nf I (m-ip-mcre t'n _ !___ _ The -tederal .go vemment, of) longings to raise money -necessary to has a usury law that makes it liiveV" THE DELEGATION -AT-OTTAWA GHICULTUES in Canada spoke real' in their arguments in in no uncertain tones through i of the'several asked for. the farmers, who formed Promised to take the matters upf0" demoilstrate a better way. ImoMter delegation to Ottawa to Cabinet, and with the' n lt a.ddzen or of coarse, will nave 'Down the Slops, or the The com- anu and "that went "broke" at Goderich. Ha- not stand for a minute lor wired to a Toronto friend, for five business methods" in the conduct of'Qoiiars to.get him home. visit the- Prime Minister There ..are certain .things 'the -farmers want, and the size of tie delegation is in- jxllcative of the power they can. wield. went to'Ottawa eight hundred .strong and presented their views to 'Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and through him :to the members 'of 'Parliament. .There was not a member of the del- as to what is to be several matters pre- the final voice done .with the seated for legislation.. 'One great result and benefit -is that the farmers have let the coun- try know what-they want. They have let the whole- nation get some idea of what strength they have and have persuaded the. whole people that they nis own private affairs, but he will! A- few years ago when on a not waKe up and change them until 1 to Canada, he said frankly: he sees other cities, and a good many{ "in marry an earl's j.of them, demonstrate a better way J Westminster Abpey." ,___ he hadn't had .those lines in .so for him to screw up his courage j "Uown. -tne-, Slope." -He may have 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 Modern 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 Kedpath near Round. For full particulars apply Freeman MacLeod -Go Lethbridge Hotel Block 1919 "V11C A. X but recognized that on" all the I know wfcat sner want. questions they presented to the Pre- mier there are two sides and that there are other interests to consider in framing up legislation to deal with them. not, therefore, ex- j dominated. to give a definite [farmers in outline of his policy with, regard, to i are in the The '.delegation was especially in- teresting from the point of vieiv of the West, there Is no doubt that the Western section of the delegation pre- to the point of -following -'their ezam- ple.. Lights been emulating JLord Kosebery and warren Hastings, in trying to make tne unusual-expected happen. He was _born in one of the quietest towns in. near where he taught., school r afterwards' going to from which he j drifted over to .England. Why. he it perhaps lie scarcely knew. He Wt, the evid- and recognized that there ests will speak as the West speaks. TO CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR THE POOR .THOSB from whom wiii nave a dull and cheerless VJ one expects gifts in return can hardly be said to be in keeping -with the real spirit of as enunciated by Him for whom the day is celebrated. His word was to give to those who could not give in return. and to invite to feasts those who could not give invitations in return. It is not to be thought that His teaching means that one's relations and social Ufiristmas, uniess the people of the city get the" real Christmas spirit, and their abundance somV thing to make their Christmas bright. Jilaen there is the appeal'from the the off titir- widows and Rewards and The late David. B. Hill, said an Al-i bany editor, used to take a good deal! -QarQ UP- For a young, ambitious to heart our loose 'American "talk country just out, American political corruptions. OIL tns ''a" developoment He claimed, an-d he -was right, that' like the unusual way to win America was the most coun- out the king row. Hamar had a line stage presence and a gift of language. He was not long in Kngjand before he went stump- on behalf of; temperance, -which As to the distribution he said that it was only reasonable anc right, and it went on "Look he once remarked to i of ought him in touch with -some of t the heavyweight politicians on one me, "is the victorious leader to treat -his supporters as the old Cuban slave- holder used to treat his slaves? "This slaveholder ruled his slaves on the following principle: "If zey no work zey be is ze punishment. zey work vairy nard, zey no be is ze re- ward.' L''S Nest -Pass- At Beflevue i iH GLLlll" countrv awav from here tbe Same uuu- as thev do in Ne-w York'" lorcy-three children without means of support. The appeal for taeir relief is one that comes strong- should be excluded entirely I iy to; everyone. The of the af .or the sake of the stranger and the meted- ones 'are foreigners who are poor, but the latter sfcool'd not be.j thus, greatly handicapped in excluded for the former. j along At the present Christmas season! their friends- acd come appeals for Christmas cheer Ueram- is confident the .from many quarters. The of this citv will and relief societies of the city presents their asked the people for assistance for j the- -should -thev rh .tne poor of the city. it is not for 1 of Christmas ihWpin-to onristmas joys alone, but for the act-1 season brighter and more Tia! necessities of life that the appeal.'like for those who not is made. There are many in the citylatelv situated side and the people on the other. -It was hard to upset Greenwood. He snew bow to make up; learned easily tne British the clothes. MORNINGSID down and a inbatli Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to For full information, call or address The Standard Securities Co. P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 destroyed Dy Secretary Wilson of the Department of Agriculture, soon after their arrival at the capital. This action was considered necessary when it was discovered that gall worms in- fested the roots of nearly all the FAME'S PATHWAY Mrs. .Elinor Ulyn, the author of "His tiour" and "Three is the private, life .Mrs. Clayton Glyn, the He became a popular speaker. Soon trees, causing a fungus disease hith- he entered Grays Inn as a stu-dent- at-law; was called to the Bar, and be- gan to make a specialty of cases be-, fore the Privy Council, because he un- j aerstood QJanada better Chan the Bri- erto unknown in, America. New York and Philadelphia She was a beautiful and statuesque Dlona, wno had changed .ber was easy; and he had long before For the steering gear of aeroplanes a flexible wire has been invented wire or an squire and justice of the peace. -She is described by those who know her as being very striking in appearance, tall and slen- der, with a very white face, surround- ed' by masses of auburn hair. MCLU. ..ue jon-- -----------1 Nownere iif Washington society is tish lawyers. From that into politics' conslsts of six strands of seven family" so exemplified as in the ence from A'ew York to this city and secured a position "as stenogorapher in .the office of a staid, dignified citi- Q, On the morning of her first appearance she went straight to the desk of the DOSS. "I she remarked, "that A French miller has of Begun to see that it is not hard for or wlre' young, ambitious Colonial to carve out a career in the Old Country, pro- viding he has a mind to pay the price in adapting himself to the -ways of the country, in 1905 he became sen lor member for York; afterwards pri- vate secretary to Winston Churchill. year he was turned down at York he bobs up again with a big turn j a centre of either where the charming young matrons of- the embassy staff conduct typical. English homes in their Washington residences. This is especially true of the second secre- tary of .the embassy and his wife, developed a as they do in .New "Oh, replied the boss, of votes and a big Liberal j glancing from the letter he was read-1 ority in Sunderland. There is aj .rumor.that he will be knighted "Wen, hurry np and kiss me, in which case his forecast about the was .the startling .rejoinder, 'I -rant jearl's daughter and the Abbey may. ;et to work." [not be far grinding them into a flour of Hon. George Young, who have lor which it is especially adapted be- household of small children. cause of its sweetness. Senora Braga, wife of Theophilo Braga, president'-of -the Portuguese re- public, is proud of the honor conferr- ed on her husband, but she regrets tae interruption to their lorty-threo years of quiet domestic-'" happiness. She is pleased .her husband's writ ings and his fight for equality have been she does not -wish lor any honors for insists rneir quiet a one-story on a__cliff overlooking the 'ragus in Cruz- Quebrada, ahall not be disturbed. At Washington.the sugar trnsl was revealed as escaping-corporation tax by reporting net income -under the exemption.- An aged Milwaukee" woman, Mrs. Ferdinand Caesar, 'was found dead, sitting upon a block-of ice on the lake front, in that city. i i hunder A bishop came to visit a church POINT OF VIEW ,have been unde- i minlster was Govemor-elect of New York, isUons, theret out some of the trials of this year will spleiT'tio" bUfcop, and .fortunately he was not asked out to any public PECULIAR AND PERTINENT An attachment for phonographs by which a violin may be connected with record and made to produce notes !7 come from the big year in 1911. he liKed the sermon. Wisconsin man. The rime lor early Christmas shop- ping is getting very short. People in Justice to themselves, to the people, who -will get their gifts, to the shop- louists 3n Britain, by thj Th o answered: "Whv prettvl greatest scourge H- "as you Beepers ana of the American militia tried the trick of the. Un- f _ the clerks, should mo a army and navy exped- a point of losing no time in get-1lture lor ting their shopping done. said the preacher. tms way: what I lacks'in lightni ig, i tries to make up in The play had fallen very flat and army ana navy men, either place. If you cannot afford to give to both your friends and to the poor, cut down the cost of the gifts to the former, and give the saving to the latter. They wiii appreciate it more. of the professional was getting worried. It will not work! "Korry, said the comedian, I can't go on for a few minutes. class quarters, as com- pared with 16 in other districts. i'eaeronko is free again, and every. I am feeling kind ot tunny." "runny: Great Scot, cried in. order that Lethbridge may not save all the municipal excitement cii-tu v I vwWt.r one in Canada hopes he will stay free !lhe "then-go on at once and The minions of the Russian law trm maKe tlie most of it while It lasts." never get him if the sentiment of the -Canadian people prevails. A Vancouver- paper tells a stdrv Of coming from actions to unseat Calgary man flying in an airship ermen, a defeated candidate in Cal sary is taking steps to unseat his suc- cessful competitor. -----cuss the rscorus in some de- partments of thr? city's activities are lrom to- Portland, .Ore. He must have carted it over the moun- tains on the train. A Calgary paper says that Leth- bridge's troubles will only begin when so great this year as they would tne commission form of" government "I hear that young Spendit is going the pace that kills." "res. He only got his racing auto- mobile last month, and already be has been indicted for homicide." er. "What is asked-the speak- i." replied a man in the aua- married an animate with tlie power of speech ab- developed, and entirely sur-. In fighting the tussock moth, which threatens to destroy its trees, Oak Park, one of Chicago's suburbs, has enlisted the services of children by offering money prizes for capturing the moths and destroying their eggs. A Liverpool engineer has succeeded in" guiding a model dirigible through the air, and in dropping objects from it upon places designated by wireless waves. Chocolate dessicated eggs and su- gar comprise more than 80 per cent. the new compressed emergency ra- tion which has been adopted for the united States army. The 2000 Japanese cherry trees pre- sented to Washington by "the city of' Tokio, because .Mrs. Taft was known to admire the blossoms, were ordered Why not give Your Boy a Membership Ticket As a Christmas Present? 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