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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OtCEMiCR W. A. Director T. W. Editor 1 JOHN Menag.r Published by The' L.thbrldo. 'Herald Publl.hlug Co., Ltd., ivtry liwful evening office, Sixth Street, AlbtrU, Can. PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, j j Advertising Heportorial, and J Circulation and j i .Job Otpti 1334 125- DAILV SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1 year delivered......14.00 1 year, br 6 delivered lfc h.. ti co 3 months delivered 11.00 _ J month delivered 35c.. 1 mouth, by mail........35c- changed as ofton as desired, but botli new and old ad- dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more pages, and contains summary of the news of the week, locnl and district 1 year In advance .....ll.UO j 3 months in adv.nct. 6 months in advance 76c. I THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drllf Book tore, J.G. Hobert- son Co., Jackson Cope, Alexandra People's Drug Store. fc Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drue Book Co. Fernle, B. Beal. FOR AT Medicine Hat-UM. Northam Cranbrook, B. C.-Beattie Atchineon. L. BelMckn. Diamond Uty Drug Co. B. C. World Wide News Co. fc Brown Z194tbSt. Jamleson News .Co., 705 Riverside Ave. Also all C.'P. R. Trains P THE LKPTTBRTDOF DAILY HKRALD FOR WINDY DAYS xsiliiil, won'i; oin. EDDY'S .you iiood miil-clieslliiil won'i; us soon'., us you .striko tlioin. WAX VESTA FLAMERS will burn from S to 11) seconds after buiug lighted, iip imiHi'r licivv. bud the weather. Wind and rain have no effect'whatever'Oil iliem durlnc Ibat length of tltnu. Put up In.nokes containing 25 iihuchm. In sizes to conveniently fit tlio vest 'pocket.' 'At "all goo'il dealers. v THE E. K. EDDY COMI'AIVY HULL, CANADA! A Bunch of Consider the Following OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbrldge! Be yood fellow. Cheer up.' Present buying will oon bo over. City is going to become a own. it is nut often u city Is a own. .lohu Herron lost his job on Sep- ember 21, and lie is now cndeavori ing 'I'hat fellow'.'who. imbibes a (itlarl. of whinkey.a day ought t" be put ou wholesale rating by -che distillers. Siuuo Bob -Roge-rs IIHH to .Ot- 'awa Kenom' is eager to leave 'On-. tarlo, a part of MRniio: On. Senator il.ongheeil iiuimates that Calgary will have a now post office but be won't, say anything about Jbe govern- Good Ones Carefully Before .Buying CITY PHOJ'EKTY Mate .on ;ird 13700 for1 four: 1-4 cash; 2 lolV'oii, I71IT81. "A" Nortb.'Mlil each. ,S W-lots on Sth-Ave. North, MOO each. oil; Courtland, nt S1000 iiS'ft. .v 118 ft. b'ii davanagli (I21h St "A." So) easy In Block snap at 11300. 3 lots In Block 112. at each: oal. 4 and S months. 2 lols In Block 92, at 11576 for the pair-: taiv terras. I10CSKS, A LI. CLOSE IN 7 room, fully modern, fire pluco, lot'32 .t jj5j on 4ih Ave. South, 15200; way'.terms. '.6-'room bungalow, on Courtiand and William, fully, modern terms. 5 room brick bungalow with on .lof 37 J-2 x ISli; 1250 casnY'b'ai.'-arrangod.- 8 room modern house on 14th Street So, near 4th Avo. S., 14700; 7 room1 fully modern bouse, facink' north on Kedpath; a snap, terms arranged location, it will keep Start the Road at Lethbndge fire every official in sight as aiment busy not puttins it o loed lots. Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 A STORY comes over the wires from Ottawa that the Hud- son's Bay Railroad may st-.trt at Saskatoon. Why not start it at Letbbridge? Jlr. Borden professes to believe in government, ownership, and a govern- ment-owned railway running across "'sstern Canada from the extreme eoutbwestern end or the prairie pro-- Tinces to Saskatoon, and thence to, Hudson's Bay would provide a carrying route that would serve the greatest grain producing portion of Western Canada. Farmers wojlcl have the benefit of the competition government road, and thoy would have a direct route to a sna-' more than this, they would money on freight charges, the Hudson's .Hay line sUrt a Lethbridje. m Think j What-a what a humiliation: what a.spectacle for men who love their countn A t rcnch Canadian I Premier- carries a majority in his ___________, native province in favor o.' a policy _ of naval defence. An English-sneak: l S RECIPROCITY'" asks the -people, and now. .when the -Edmonton Journal. No: the 'people have ther opportunity to reciprocity, at least what I for, larger markets and a low- er tariff, is not dead. The inamtfae- lurers and the big corporate interests which are behind the Conservative partr, would dearly love to know that reciprocity is dead; but as, long as tlifire is a Liberal in the House of Commons nt Ottawa, the merits of 'reciprocity and the demand for a lower tariff and larger markets will be sounded. During the present ses- sion of Parliament, the Liberals have it clear that they stand for wjll continue to -defeated by ,a of by tiie sound- compare in a sober way, the pricei the (he slang We hope so, too. The stands unabished ami openlj way Livingstone throws the ki- w.thout constructs bosh ,nto Ah Tufford is a holy fright, one of the most ,nd mo8t ur (sent issues' :..tha" ever. confronted the Juat Like Him j Lnnacllan people. (Edmonton Bulletin.) j" Mr. Jlichener proposes to think that the way to hasten railway con- struction is to refuse railway com- panies the permission to build rail- The- in the American marker1 over Canadian .rawrker, they realize mistake that was made on Septem- ber 21. Canada must- have larger and bet- ter markets. growing produc- tliesc things, and vtand Tor them. Reciprocity, was- tion demands it. Reciprocity offer- ed us .the United States Canada't Shame (Toronto Globe.) A Conservative .organ reports that the Hon. L. P. Pelletier, Postmastei General.-at a banquet in his honor n the'city of Quebec, at which that doughty Imperialist.' Colonel .Sam! Hushes, was "Mr. Bor den's announcement had been made 'For a Joke desire at the people that we hould have access ro that market. The flag waving period is pasaedi-'the farmers see was mort'iy a ruse of the interests to oatcb: hlgji tariff; net the effect that Laurier's mlval policv f had baen abandoned, that they would have to keep Niobe Rain- ott ra) hat to see a couple of aero had plmes Mplnion- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments i Stung (Washington Star.) iou call this cake angel said the lursh husband. 'Yes. dear." said the timid wire, out if the diet doesn't seem exact- h uhatsou Mint lore are aoroe'dev- iled crabs under Boixlen. to Temaiii pensioners the bounty of "the -.Motherland There is uo need of a' plebiscite to decide the qiiwtlon of the donment of the Liberal policy of naval defence. '.Air.'riglr B'.ii a''adlana "p here h- ._......, voted against 'I-aurier hecatis, oa Q. Ene niimnn race. against J.aurier because We understand that venison is sold the-v "'ere Promised a "real navy" in the 'whole Crow's Nest district.j tlle orators of-ihe That Depends t nt Bits.) Mother-What do you think vou ill make out of my daughter's 'tal- ent good h half a guinea a lesson if the piano holds out OWNERS OF Mprnin Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Phoiiel291 which -points out that commercialism and not sport the practice of The These game hogs, for they with some punishment for trespass iifff on.--thelr-licences. and it is si to be -hoped that the author! !ei take active measures to pi. an-, end .to. what constitutes a dis grace to the name of true sport. -iJaitj la there to be no plehiscit, on the lion o: building a real navy? Do the "re sh i .Nationalists, whose spokesman Mr "lo Thames River, where they These game hogs, for they Whose spokesman Mr 'erlly deserve the meet is, holt! tlie..Borden vlth some punishment for trAflnaaa. nieut. so comnleffc-i'v in _____ to The Voyage of the Tung Hing the yellow waters of the Tang Tse river Journeys life- boat carrying the Chinese appointed by the Im periai government tu negotiate terms 'with the victorious revolutionaries] is one fraught with Ira- mense possibilities so far as the civ- ilized., countries of the world are concerned. Its de'slinstion is the Port.of Shanghai, .where it is proba- 'ble an epoch-making bo made. The waterway marks the Iriumph of civilization and organiza- 'tlon as used by those who were wont to be considered semi-barbarous, ac- cording to present ideals, and places tefprlie, which in Ita developraen-i new complexion Yellow Peril. un ihe so-called The rulp of the san and moon de- scended Manchun, held through the by the superstition and inact- ivity of the Chinese masses has been broken. Through the SOO miles! 'Jill play a part in the future history of the -worlrJ. Those who-looked to see history -repeated in -the invasion of -Europe hy barbaric Tartar hordes will view instead a greater a menace, .in the rlae of an industrial China. The country .is full of vast iron fields, .with its concomitant areas of coal. The Chinese laborer is -lietter equipped in endur- ing drudgery than the white man Countries, such as England, whose, wealth and jirogresa lie In iia large iron producing areas, must meet with! serious competition. The more so 'hat. tney are -handicapped bv labor troubles. When the vast potential- nieiu so compleifclv in their power no steps at all are to be taken toward -naval nas the de- a_lre of the Conservative party to lighten ihe burden of naval defence borne by Britain brought -V naught by a single frown from Hour assa? Missed His Train the newsboys of Lo an outing some plu heart's content, little boy iwaa getting into water hiiflittle friund said: you're pretty j ,-epiied Johnnie, "I .misse the train, last Mag s poena- Hies of China 'are opened up and de- veloped, and a-iyitem of modern gov. .frnni.ut established, who can ,a' what heights PERFECTION Is rich in food to digest. It is jiut Cocoa, ground irom the choicest COCOR beans. Nura and Occton tecoimnend ill we a, n heaUi. m _ to regenerated nation rise? It Is preauinecl China i -w i .--.-r Mill hflcome republic. The, .between Hankow and the of fovernmen't o Ihe United Heputation on board the blatorlc I. one which e leader of the' nra t, wllUnot have seen single In, j new movement hnv, syCthi Thu soldier or a single yellow flag, by the ,cUoJ If he r journey look, uncommonly the Spates 'in using he Bofer ko-the noliig out ,0 sea o." -..he last' demnlty, which It fof'he e llOllnn nt an'ittfAta , ,m. _ __ __ ell- hopes of an effete dynasty. .The ar- rangement, which '.vfil he brought ab- out between the new and the old for- tipatlon.of Chinese in America. Whatever the outcome, the building "P of a new force in the E-m, evolv- Nary a Run man from the Interior of ilia ouri. journeyed 'to St. Louis and- sa a ball game between the Browns an another club that went to, an olcvei inning tie, with the score 0 to 0.. When he goi home' he was muc excited over what he had seen, and 1 talked to a friend about it. "Was It a good he was ask ed. "I reckon it was about the bes game ever played. Why. sir, them two passela of boys .Hat -in played until dark and nary one mad ary Evening. Poet. One Thing the Men Can Do While In Richmond recently for ,thc performance of "Rebecca of Sunny brook Kato Douglas Wigjln was asked how stood on {he rote for women'question. She replied she-didn't "aland a and told a story about England farmer's wife who had no very romantic the'oppo- site sex, and who, hurrying from the churn to sink, from sink to ihed and hack to the kitchen move, was aeked If she wanted to vote. "No, I certain- ly don't! 1 lay if there's one little thing that the men fojks can do alone, for goodness sake let 'em do it I" ahe Commercial. Odd oifln. I'lacard nt a moving picture show children must have par- ents." In a barber shop Iterations patrons will be shaved it lie back." Sign in a Treroont street slor_ Empty boxes, suitable for Christmas i-fts." In -.1 tailor dye ;fof oth fs, us ilj-e for in a clothing pants look better on your legs than on our hands." A silver, smith has a place next door to n restaurant. The'former liayipg put up a placard, "Jewellery of an kinds the restaurant keeper followed with this, "Oysters find-Little Neck clams ton Transcript. T.HE NEW ONTARjO LEGISLATURE By profession the members of the new -Ontario Legislature will line up ao fqjlows: ofl Doctors...................... Veterinary Surgeons Merchants .Manufacturers farmers Lumbermen.......' M Union Bank of Canada fmli-u, Ceprtel and VntnUti Preflta AiMtt, ( S London, England Office, 51, Threadneedle Street, E.C. A Kranch of tais Bank Has been established in London, flgam, at No. Jl, Threadneedle Street, B C where Letters of Credit and Draft? payable >t all important points m Canada and the United States, can DC purchased, and llonoy T-imfcrs arranged. A Visitors' Room is provided for the convenience of clients of Jhe Bank wlien in London, to which Iheir mail may be addressed: .Correspondence solicited. Loneon slF...h W. ASHF, Manager. 'to. M. C. HART-SIWITH. Aaei.tant.Ma n.aer. Vccptmtants 'ndertakers Editors Inaurance Men Contractors Mechanics' financiers ___ Teachers Heal Estate Civil Engineer Apple Buyer Caitlo Denier Here, at Last, You who have only half-liked U> really the union 8uit8 oi the comfortable sl-p into W new, better kind a man can wear with gepipe. comfort fpr yOU I and coDtentment. Just ask for Closed-Crotch COMBINATIONS put tkct VM thrtn n in (be old "III mwv JHH ptfll eVCfV day ha. M anar of ootnMMtton In Moat Art AMhT 'underwMr Uaa, ant) (Hi for UM PENMAN8 UMTTED SWEATOV HCMUCRY CANADA UNOmWEAR ;