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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FODH THE LETHBRIDGE" DAILY 'HKKA'LU DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED CcCEMEER v r.tr-.s Lethbrldje Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every Uvfr il its office, Sixth Street; Ljthbr-dgs, Alberta, A. BUCHANAN Unsg'n T.'W. Mini .JOHN PHONE: AdvsclWr.g 1252 v DAILY 1 J4.00 6 njontbs, delivered, S2.00 S GOBtb.s 1 moatb, delivered 35c- 1 jeir, ty.n-a'l SJ.W months niall 51.53 J months, dj mall 75s 1 nroatii, bj- rcall ctatjed olltn ie3lrtd..but belli ciw cij "THE DAILY HERA Cross Drag Boot Store; J. G. Rob- erta n Jackson Co.; AlaitDdra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Slorc; :Ksany.t. AHin; Lelbbjijgo Hqtel Cfty Dr. D'Arft. Medlclns Hat AeilniboU Howl Matlecd D. pSr Co.: Cnabrock Bosk Cociptny. ProtlB'clal Nswj Comdaay; Plnchir Dr. Dnis Co LO fOR SALB AT Bros. Wide TTortd News Co.; News Shop, Gram ell Street. 705 River Atenue. Graisy Laki Hotel. To- ben Asency. Book' and Store, MSA Sib Ave, West; World NowV Co. Plnehtr- Station Coward !Et. Co.: Knot den. Nsws Co. sjm.-iiary of t 1 rear In iavinca HERALD" 1't local a li.oo 60s 70REMOVE AN ANOMALY. 'T'HE Imperial promised V'otnihg A; session of Imperial cilizenslup by passing a places, a iitan on ilia 1 footing llial if he is a British citizen in one parl of ihe IJmpire he is.a British suhjecl in all'parts of the Empire, Thai is as it should he." 'At'pfeVenraTi'AtffcficahTfaturalizeH in Cah'Sda recog- nized as. a British suhject iri..Greai Brilam. -'If.he cross Ihc pond he.ipse facto becomes an .American citizen again. Al- though in Canada he foreswears allegiance lo King George, in Kngland aUcgia'nce is not accepted. This creates an anomaly capable of lol of. trouble should certain contingencies 'lirise'and ccrlainly isjnot new subjects very Avarm in their.allachment to.'tlie of Ibis .anomaly should have the most salu- tary effect. ticm.'George H. Perley, mcrnber oF.'the Bofdcn go'v- and one bf-His Majesty's advisprs, is-not u-.subject, of His Majesty once he scls foot on English soil. Mr. Perley could .ijbt be sent to England to conduct negoliatious.ror Hie govcni- Tuehl of which ha is a member, because ihe imperial aulhbrilies could not possibly dca) with Imperial mailers -ivith an alien. Every man will be in full accord'with the new iegislalion. and is that it lias been deiayed'sp long. THE-.CITif THE TRAVELLERS'. AID. TJJB.JIERALD hopes-that (he winmissioners.when they as- siime ofticc will not respect the rccpmriieiidalipn of.thp. coun- cil to-make a grant for the upkeep of-the Travellers'.Aid.Wrk. .J over-.this ;fl'ork; ;and without .exception' to ilii'-as llib'teiUos'rcJ Now comes tlie ijic'-'cily 'do aoi lake lover the rather hergivcu in pic [maintenance of the Travpllpr.s'iAjdJ'jIl'.i.s.doublfuHf sticlra grant j-tt-puld bc'lefSQl, aud'cVen if it slipiiiif-not be njadd. .Ifjlie (rravcllers1 Aid wbrji is to the ciiy it siioiild he city and lo any'unqfTicial organization.' frhe.'_WomanV Christinn.Tehipcrance 'Union is of nil Icredit for the entffprisp-slipwrj-in.organizmg nnd keeping up Ihe this year. -They has been n gpod- work and very much fo'fri'e interest of the city. Il'is more or less along the-lines of Ihe activilics'of a'p'oMcc pfTtcer and there is no reason-why it should not b'e.'uniler'.'thc'.'supervision of'the ichicf of The lady in charge of''the: work has been nl the sen-ice of the police when occasion arose and there is an abiind-1 '.'pnce of evidence of the.good work done in the carjj.'and'hclp given unprotected women.. all means let th_e'Travellers1'Aid .Avprk be corilinucd. The business men have given the W.C.T.U. the money to carry il on this ycari' nieii should riot 'be cxpeclcd to pay this extra'tax.: L61 Ihc .city and the cost, which is so hot be The proposal does the men" elected kctp .their promise the Civic Club. The men wji'p cfecled made clear, unmistakable -promised and 'believes.they will he-men enough jo keep the.ladies.' They have the full cndorsation of the ralepayers of such a policy.- ive ddlnile j s. i'liu liislovv of olhor nni SATWJDAY, OECKMHElt 20, NATURAL GAS. HK suggestion comcB from CafgaFy tbat is inconsistent to agitate for an embargo, on natural gas ond'lhen allow towns like Medicine Hal and Hcdcliff il away with'prodigality manufacturers and allow lliem'to use it or wasle it at will. '.'While the cry of jealousy inay against this suggestion, Vthere is no doubt but ifmj it has mucivin.il worthy of cojisidtra- ami it only gives siddcd c'nip'liasis lo'tlm hict tlial it Ihc pro- Vince fonlr'pllcd its fo guarariicc tbese '.voliiahTc i-esourccs ciiuld enacted would then hVXvilhiu ihe prnvincc of Hie to rogii- aml.di'slribnli6n of Hie gas, nnd put a curb on Ihe ,loo cities amhifimis lo.become great 'industrial centres.' She nmbitiun. It is scorns to be able to assurance us lo the life of the gas tie-Ids. lields p'ouvls to cxhauslibility and lUerc'wus a time wjieji the gas wells of Ksscx, Ontario, ;iud of those in I'l'iihsylvuuia and huUuua were as abumtant in flow and gaw :is much promise of inexhaust- ibility as those of-SoulhcrirAlberta.' Ii is not Iho duty of the Het-aUl lo advise the'city coundl of Medicine'Hut in its policy, hut if a.suggestion from outsiders is pcnnissablc we canuot too strongly urge that the policy for the future should he marked by the most careful, business like administration of an asset which in the richness of ils development, those hour at hand are apt lq overlook the possibility .of a diiuinisliiiifi supply. Abundimceleads'lo'ovcr gouerosity at times ami lhal seems to have hceir'llie.p'olicy iii Ihc gas cities in reference lo Ihc use of this wonderful product, ll was an old saying I it was cheaper lo allow the gas to burn in. Medicine'Hat than to light il. The Herald hopes ihe day may never come when such a policy -will be rued bul we certainly think that il would be the part of wis- dom for the city to' tnke slock aiid lo be guided by tlie experience of other garftelcls. No one wants lo see the gas run out. If it builds up' a great city" somewhere within Ihe gas bearing area so much.the better for the whole province. II would, however, be a tragedy In build an industrial centre on (be slrenglh of the gas supply and then through prodigality have the supply run out. BRIGHTEN UP! New Type Tung- stens .doz. .doz. doz. J.S.KIRKHAM Room 1, Kirkham Block. -AL-BERTA'S EXCELLENT STANDING. HP HE pc! cry of Hie opposition in Ihis province Unit Alberta is ils crc'dit ruined anil everything gone to the bow wows owing to Ihc rascally incompetent ndiuin- jstratiori; docs not seem to be regarded with-any'degree'of favor hi financial-circles, -The urovince has-just-had placed- to its credit.in the bank the proceeds of the lonii iiulliovizcd by the legislature and'the bonds sold so as to net No more complete answer to the blue ruin wails ,df the opposition could he desired. AVheirilis considered that only :i vbry'Viaitll Fraclion pf a'receul fcderaVissue subscribed, und indeed :dl the public (bans of laid hiivc met a similar fate, it is n matter of great .credit to Alberta thal.the men with money to invest should decide that the securities _nf this province are so attractive. The price is ex- cellent, in fact one" of .the best placed this imd the people nrc to be congratulated that they have been so con- sidering the treatment given other offerings..on the markets. There has been a deliberately designed effort to injure the" credit of-this province in financial circles, all for political reasons, and (he; complete failure biMlie campaign is as great a cause for re- joicing lo the people as it is discoVnfort lo Ih'e.small bunch of busy detractors. Alberta is in fine shape financially mid no province.in Confederation lias belter laws, or enjoys a 'brighter outlook for the future. Eet us bear'no more about credit of the province. Granclma Sever Let'-- Hair fiet Grjty Kept.htr locks youthful, dark, glossy and thick with conyron garden Sage and Sulphur When, you .darken your hair, Sago Tea no cue can (ell, because It's done .so naturally, so'cveolr. Prepar- -jQS'lbts mixture, though, at tionic Is mussel -arid trouMe- EOme. For 60 cents you can Imy at any drug itora the to >uso loalc called "Wycth's Sago anil Sulphur Hair You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw, this through j-o-jr hair, taking one small strand ot a time. By "mornlug all gray hair disappears, ami, after another application, or your hair becomes glossy and luxuriant. You will alsa discover dandruff Is gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray faded hair, though ho disgrace, ia a sign ot old aee, and as we all desire a youth-, ful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wye'th's Sulphur and look years younser. OUR POINT OF VIEW An ocean ..rale Avar won rales, on freight.tlie world would, welcome Ji as a beiicfil. 'Me'ilicinc Hal may be long yii ijiix enough argument with it to overcome Lcthbridge Canada :will never stand for flic C; Pi R.- up the N. H. We railroad competition, not iiiergeijiof railroads. Banks are'closing llieir doors across Hie line rather frequent- ly jusl now. Evtdenlly the finnriciql .the Unitetl Slates as well as in other parts of.the world. 1'..; The Borden government has named a conimission lo inves: ligate the high-cost oC living. H is orily the oilier day! Hon. Gto. E. Foster declared commissions were useless. Qeo..E. Jias-hiui to swallow a lot of liis'on'inions since he came heck ID office. Now if that commission on the high cost of .living finds.the lariff lo wondor-if the govcrrimcnt will have (he to lop off some.'ol the duties. It will require some hcrvc aflci Hie stand pal aljilude they look in 1911. The farmers-who have turkeys and geese and' chickens "lo sell just now (hit! il'is worlh while to be in mixed farming. More of them Svili' jdinVin. lii'e'inpvcmenl as ilic advaulagcs arc-iin- prcssed tipori them. Tlint.'northern. Albe'rla magislrale melpd .put severe mvnishmcnUlQ.a wife bealcr lias example which we hope will be followed in oilier cases of this kind. A wife deserter is a type unworlhy of sympathy and Ihe case in the north was partic- ularly bad, Iloii.'.George. speaking at Smilli. Fails during the South Lanark bye-election "dejjlorcd" the high'cost of; living and referred rather faceliously to the idea of appqinling a com- invcsiijin.le, lljc'Jiiafler. lie pointed oiiKllial a com- -1 "c mission lakes 9 lot 'of (diie, and ifs report is seldom acted upon. Mr. Foslc-r oUgbHo'kiiPW the truth about commissions' h'n'd Ws admission is a confessforf that Ihe Liberal parly was jighl in op- posing flic appoiulnienl of a tnrifT commission, proposed-by the government of'wliieh Mr. Foster is n incmbrr. Iris true ijitil Nyhc'fi Mr. poster was Finance Minister lie did not ask for a tiiriff commission lo prepare (ariif changes. II is different with'the new finance minister and probably Mr. Foster's criticism pf-com- missions is a back-liandcd slap at the man who Mr. Foster formerly filled in Conservative administrations, ABOUT "fH AT CHRISTMAS GIFT .We liaVV.todax.. received a fresh etilrifncnt .of NECKWEAR, suitable forJCJirlsiioas giving, Inclixlinz tlio very latest In Che 'new Plush ami Velvet tttecta'. You s'lioiild really call and sec these arb. a decided entirely distinct from tlie goods' dene-rally showr.. have also flllcd lip on oar SILK NECK SCARFS And can show jron eometHJng different from oilier firms. JAS, S. ROSE PHONE. (The Particular Man't Wear-man) 603 3rd Axe S. Franks, High class paper and book binding Phone 11 07 To Tte Old Hbine England Continent can be-made at _'-lowest cost.. LarReneir-steamers. 'sailings. Eesorve ao cbmmadatloca .now. For full; Ititormatlpn ash anv. -railway or Eteamahtp agent, LIDMAN, General Agenl, 3-fS Mai'n'St. Winnipeg, Man.- v' Hoo, Adam Beck has .advised the city of Chatham to toy out tho gas tampany for tut If the rate- iiayc-ra'refuse -to do It, Hie council take up the ot construct- tiig a Ili'dro plant. Buchanan's WHITE Whisky Good BticltananV: The people Vho put good "ski" -in 0. Agrni. I'JIONE No. OOu NH CG5 THE TOWER OF BABEL NOW ON VIEW UNIQUE SHOW YEAR 'PRESENTS UST Mumms plntl.. Mod Chaniun (White Seal) pints. s _ Nath. iJohncton, Sjiute.rn Barton-. Grttltr, Siul'ern 1 Ouft Gordon- UirheaaH'Hartman, Sparkling Burgundy riirtm'in, Three Star Port.-' Port Santoi.Ramerla, Old Port Three CrovSTl Fine'OM '.Wilion'i. invalid Wincarnlj Bernard's Gingir Wine for the ladles. juiqueurs Amsr.. Picon-- Grcnadini Curacao Maraschino Crcme etc MeMhe Cream de Cacao Kum61 Chartreuse Benedictine.- Spirits ALL BRANDS OP Whiskies Cognacs ALL SOFT DRINKS. MERCHANT NEXT HIGINBOTriAM'S, STREET CANADIAN k PACIFIC EAERN Return' Limit 3 Months Slppoven Ea Fort DAILY; 1 to 31, VIA CANADIAN PAc'lFIC'; RAILWAY rirsl Class IWuod fromVljETHBRirJBE'fo' i Limit v ths '_ .MONTREAL-, BELLEVUE; rKINGS- lliam' i.5u7.3D Exten1 ST. .JOHN, MONCTON 532.20: Privllegw. HALIFAX v.: H i Corresponding fares from' other points and'td all stations PROVINCES. iDtcrmatlon and lull parliculafs-iuply to any. agent ottjho Canadian 'Pac.fflc naiiw'ay. l7 VERY LOW FARES until DECEMBER 3fst In conr.Kllan witll Trans- Atlantic passages. Return. limit five months. ALL STEAMSHIP. LINES REPRESENTED Excursions to United States DAILY, DECEMBER 1st to 3U't First Cbss.nound.Trin. Fares from LBTHimiDGE to' Minneapolis and St. Paul W5.40 Chicago S61.W Duluth fia.10 Kansas City S65.90 Return limit Threes Months. Corresponding fares to oUier points in 1LUNO1S, 1OW A, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA nnil WISCONSIN. Excursions to. Los Angeles, Cat. Tickets' en Sale JANUARY 3, 4, and 5. 1914 SPECAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, JANUARY 6th Also on Sale 11, 12, 19.14 for.-epcclal train. from Spokane, Wash., January ,13. Return limit, April 30th, 1914. RETURN FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE Golng'and Returning via Spokane ,'.j. Going via Spokane and Returning vin Seattle i Stops will bfe made at Portland, and .San Francisco, San JOEO, Sanla Cm. Dti Paso llohles, Santa Baroara, KWcrsjuo and iicdlands, Fare on solny trip from Spcltane Includes hti'rth ahU on train nr ot hotel rnd a uum- bor of ElshlEccing trips. Ilrturn Is by regular service, meals and hertiw not included.-'" Excursions to Vancouver, Vic- Westminster, B.C. RETURN FARE FROM LETHBRIDOE TkkVls on Sale December 11, 12, 13; January 10, 17, 18, 19; Fcaruar) 10, 11, 12. Return limit, April 1311. LETHBRIOGE TICKET. PHONE 512 R. .Dls.trltt Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alia. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Od..26, ARRIVALS NO. J13 Crop's N'est BH 'Crow's Nest, Impress )2 .Soo-Siwknno Flyar 11 Flyer 511 5B5 Local PrtO.M ...Kootcnay ...Mcdiclno lint DUK TO AHHIV1 4.'S Lical SI. Paul Craubroofc '....McSicino Hat Cnrdsion .Calgary branch) SO. NAME 513 Crow's Keel Ejpfcss....... Crow's Nesi Express 12 -.'fitifr-Sp'okano flyer iS- Lncal I.6cal 561 Local 5C5 Loral 617 -Local ..10.1 10.2 ,..13.0 FOR DUE TO DBPAH Medicine Ital n.i Kootenay I.nmliiig Sf.-1'iiul y. G..I Mcillcino Hat '...1 5. 3 Craubrook i.. ,15.f ..Coatla 3..f Cardslon Aldetsydo) .IS.C ;