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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THEE LETHBRibefe DAILY HERALD Wednesday, LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD vltae people, iu various The; employees or the different companies drew in wages and salaries. -And in various" other H CS-TASUiSSHEO OffCIEMBeR Published by the Lcthbridg-e Herald Publishing: Ltd., every evening at its office, Crabb L'.thbridgv, Alberta, Canada A. BUCHANAN, .OISSCTOB EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation arvci Job. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and (Hews Dept 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered.......54.00 i 1 year, by mail ........S3.00 months, b mall 2 months, delivered.....5I.SO I month, delivered.......35c 'Z months, by maU .......Sac Addresses changed as otrec as desired, but both and old Addresses must be sivea. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and- summary s of the news or the local and district. 1 year, in 3 inbnilK, in advance fi months, in ivlvsjice ....75o I the general public outside the stockholders derive a share or the money spent to build, operate and equip the "POINT OF- VIEW Taere-; are. only three more in which to get Christmas, shopping ctone. on the _. 1V Side King certainly made a whirl- finish of a soiaerviiat stormy two- year terai alderman of the city. judging from the way vare 'developing since tie municipal elec- practical Joke. 'Some twelve uou, the members ot the council col-: tmrceen. ytfcra afo, when Mr. jlectively and individually will to] Bad attfeiheil the Mr. Little Parable m an issue of Saturday .Night lih- der the caption or "Millionaires of tnere appeared a. very read- aoie sketch ot Warren Y. Soper. a reference to his inherent love for walk circumspectly during the THE DA1L.V HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., 3. W. Hamiiioo PJnchsr -J. MiccheU, D. L.' MrCr'ea. Sros. Drue- 4k Boole Co. Ferriie, B. Seal Cranbrook, Bi Atciuson. Claresholm L. HeineCKa. Grassy T.ughans. {JJamand D'Arc'a Drag Sccre._ 31. Northani B. News Co. Browa 2is m st. C. P. R. Hatch and King with 1910; eater Tiiley 1911. The deliberations oi the "Council 'oil next I millionaire, but was coining money in the extensive compacts he and Ms partner, Mr. Aaearn, were carrying out, a'group of his friends were chatting one day in an office about thfe acquisition bt wealth iiid how .Monday -nigh: ratiier put. the .kibosh j1 attAianieht ot tneir Jon any effort to- uji'seat.Ald. IFfayne. Tae students of Manitoba Univer- IncitieiitaAiy, Mi', feopef -uaot'e a sh5niag of a xnan. wlib" was travelling speeSily' jsicy soon found thai the part I m that direction. i of stnse-Sireaire'rs was" "not very j There is an old saying that f sirabie way of afoney-'to put i of me evil one -and he is sure to .'ap- I ill rough j this is what really ror Soper en'tereS the' uiie more step "his b'eea taken TO-I a lainute 'or two -after his hanie FOR SALE i ji j i We want listings of some good building lob. We have call for feveral good sites, and those wishing to do not fail to list with us We hate several Modern houses, new, close -in-, lor 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 Lethbridge tfetel Block Phohe 1212 'tne settled. consulting eh-j Frefi M. -joaru'eaux, then, tlty' letter ieounci! has i 'or 'uVtizeh, aiid now collector! i'D'een 'wnfrd i'h-j'or cusfoinis "was briis 'of jspect'br "fdv hinV'to 'read. That is ajconipanyi a. personal, frrefcdj great advance step.- 1 Mr. wiier tne latter Abb- j 'ed the door and was about to J UNPAFILJAMENTARY LANGUAGE IN COUNCIL Aid. Bowmaa says' feat th'e level t a Bear f puoiic ror CITY is to be conducted ._ parliamentary rules and to a i -extent this has been done, i j But in the last, few meetings there i In, the heat of the debate, whatever j has been a regrettable Isck of decor-j'taay be the provocation, no man] Bin which culminated at the last meet-! should -beliuiVthe dTcniiy of his office] iag: in crri? official in- attendance be- resorting to .in'parliaraentsry laa-] at-.the meeting, directing language i guage. Profanity is out, of place any-' an' alcerinan- that wss, Vo say rhej wjienre. bsi'its use in the deliberations least eztremely It i of the city "council "whether by a mem- is', not tn keeping with the" dignity 'bf' ber ot 'the council or by anyone ad- j she governing body of a city like Letb- iI dressing the conncil or any member j oftic'e people do iret around early! of tire; psrty were engaged fn pr the morning. Sow isn't; conversation. Jar. f 4-A 'fiV'EfiPC't Otit I TTV ibr thfe just We public? nour; pill nrbre of 'a ST> i of "a that siich _JtbSigs fehoud. "te to- aainsulE, "itot nody. They iiave a, tendency to j but to -the people it represents. TUPP5TS FjbH B.ORSFN. people here 'oflh, "at feast, -a dS-liars." Supt.' RSid'j Soper smile'd in 'a pleasant, bnjere'd it so.. Now! way, and salfl: btierrs ''conft "along ana' renew] observation reminds _m% the request made "a long tiizne ago ibrist0r-'- it is. Tbe captain a 'day -service all Say long m th'e res-1 sailing, bng, who hid.. district.' Supt. Reid will toe vteel for some hustle that along also as i'as't tlrefi '-AS soon -as 'tie 'day electric ser- vicels Started in 'tie r'esifiential firs- -He nrgfed actien apart- tnere will a. "run on. WE3EE "NEXT BbrSea a btaap Tfc.e latest ta'ai Ciiarles ing at." a Canadian. Clisb iTmcneon. ebise a rouia'd table KalTSis 'the stner -day, te snppprt'ga Krence-7 -from" wMcij would be evolv- opt and cut the policy of Sir Wilfrid efi a B'ew" policy; He would -aoolish law sties. on decfe. This very llttie afe'out but' i a. rest lariS, as to were In the open ahd clear, sa'Jd> IB. Can-] electric.irons, roasters neavens, and no not seems to nave a la-er' h.e buiffl b to maie nis wire asleep." Giving had b'een tBe curse Lanrier and "eomnrended .Mia .for while scoring severely Mous and and-to a lesser degree the ever and -onite upon a pol- Coirservative party as ic Is for .and sea defence, acting at Ottawa. upon the best advice of the Empire's Sir iKib'oerc said he-was "out of pol-iexPerts to share in the 'Titanic bur- I d'ea. Then we -.might live to see, he j declared, '-in ringing tones, the the -Sionks and that ilk steers- John a "rig-. orpus JJicfe, h'e" .thunijered. 'Hereir _ -_ ]wane up. you iubb'er! Did I not tetlf bright of every Government Caa-i Once "more permit te> Keep1 that1 {ask not to forget the pooristar? yoii .yon- blith- Christmas season. digb-beying a long way towards making I "OJi: all 'fight, slowly irics' franloiess. probably accounts for his recblleciiob. n, and Kacdonald uniting in 'or-! Driven to taie four winds of heaven. it is -feipected to tlie somhbTefit John. 'I, did. tor a great manyjpeppie. mer timeB Tor 'the good cr the eo-antry; This must good reading-for Bor- he said that men today should get! den and nis followers who at first poor people eutsl'de their parties ana tmite albag by passing jmas a, policy lor imperial defence. He! -naaiiaoajsly a- resolution by which said that Sir "Wilfrid Laurier wasitcey ctxiperated with Sir Wilfrid 1 exactly as you "told ine, Cap, but VOH see, sir, we .passed that star Jong ago." i There will money spent The company saw the on nnappreciated this than and and Taxes Foir full information, call or address P. O. Box 1S79 Suite Ills Sherlock Building Christmas1 gifts ja hearty maie aU tfte Soper had long ter million star financial sea. will'-hare i'6 'Christ- striTiiig to ao nis duty along- righi iSiirier aii2 cis'goferinasht aal party 'lies, educatiag and arousing the. on .a plan r of imperial defence. But y JBhgineer 'and "Knew that.' 3 ago pass-ea tire quar-; in. his .Jb'urney on "ex-1 oiieratefi by the cbminlssiibn-appoint- ed to investigate the charges made him in connection -with the not only of Quebec, but otnerjra-nier -man-'hold: to that co-operation parts bl Canada, where the "Bos cars and unity, th6y sought to do the thing j Basing .of the at Sehder- not dreadnoughts" idea held-sway, JiiDbert'condemns to gain a sense of taeir duty with regard to J advantage" by "appealing to the pre- Jt is admitted a mis- nas -been due 'no 'ioiiot jndrces 'and. Earr-pwsess of people in to the engineer's ignorance "of the COE- the imperial defence. should are la jsilr TrtJl soon -be in it up to the neck." itneir-oiTginal-intention, of placing thejsa-ifl the necessary changes would .There then arose the opportuniry matter outside of party politics make 'the total cost exceed what ly face facts" he i opposition .to tHe government policy. stmction of such a. tract as the ilitarism and "tne Conservative party held require. AVhile ihe engih'ee'r unprtaclpled party politician to j the bitter p'arty strife Would never party rjctory aM spoil! save Tj'een. .fcnotcix. as re- -dreams of Howe and others, who j presented by Bourassa and Monk] Had. for consolidation. We: would have aiaoiinted to "any-! tnouga are linng in "a fodl's parkSise- whea i tMn'g' anfi tie party would have win <5o Eothlc-g. Tfie world is an a sfiare ia the glorious trmmpli of the armed camp, and nations are strain-ipbficy which they might have co-op- it would have cost to do it right in the first, place, the commission say cost will be soioewhat, al- every. be ready for 'the era'tefl 'with Efeorier and the Liberals vriien ic comes. i In bringing- to- fulfilment. RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT IN CANADA A TODAY IS a great nat- government ion from the standpoint of its rai-noaa deveiopmeat. From and year to year the goTwummi report. refflarfiabie progress in rail- j Figures are given i road construction, tiat can scarcely alace Confed- by the -pro- by mtmicip- totai of .75 in cash. more. The the difference considering and It is sa'feMihink- in" "him a Mtnre Prime Minister ofibiie morning was persuaded to ing that the public will 'take their word for it and'think so-too. From Other Sanctums J Contractors and (Manitoba. Free Press) -It is announced-that'tue Provincial A Scotsman's Joke That there "was at least one: Scots- man who could appreciate a sbmeD-ody pise's shown, by the following s'tbry, told by .Mr. S.: li. Urocicett in country laird with his man J-ohn was noung to The Tafrd ana" John were parsing a hole in the mobr when i the laird ttrn'ed his thuinti over his saouider and said "John; 1 sawna tod: gang in "Did ye, in- iairtlY" -cried John, -all Ms imnt- in'g 'entnnsia'sm instantly on fire.; "Kide ye yonr lane to toon; 111 bowk! tne craltur Back went John for; pick and spade, "having first, of conrEe: stopped the earth. The laird rode his' way, sYJd all day was foregathering with his -cronies at th'e marKe't a business in which "his, frenchman would aoiy an'd very ably-Ifavfe second- be comprehended) addition to this in the good old! yovernrorent will, begin in the spring E tne construction of the new buildings ]r ed him. it was the hour 'of and the laird rbtfe hoSre. He came to a mighty excavation on. the hillside Tne irench wais bcTtii long and" deep, very tired and somewhat short ed in temper, John was seate'd oil a mound Ot eartij, vast as the "fbunda- of a "There's nae lor fcy those who have not actually of the Tory regime j for CoIJeffe a-t rae or tha new lines 1 acres of Canada's land were giren to troilt. jtjie railways. th'e year 1-ifia, 527 miles of j in addition to these grants, the peo- rail Tray were put Itto "bperitJon" pay well for the prlvll- of wtlca SIS miiea were In Western I rlSing on their trains and bf Uanafla. This does not include any shipping tceir freight thereby. of the {Jraad Tmnk Pacific iInesjJ'ear railways carried over a thousand miles .of which- are ipsssengers and tons of I aeing aitho-osh .-technically I and'increase oC pas-! j site in St. vital. The has just completed the expenditure of some half million dbilara on buildings tSe present site, not -one ot Is aiore than- five years old. this for business foresight and nere, said-John wiping est swear 'of endeavor from -his- brow- The was not-put "blrt. HTe was indeed exceedingly pleased with him- "Deea, he responded, "I wad hae ibeen muckle surprised gin tnere had been a fox in the hole. It's ten year since I saw the tod fang in there." II is tjs-1 tons of freight] Tfca average nuratier of-pas-1 Counties Now i Ottawa Free press) aoost spirit is spreauicg- over tiiaatec 'aac on 4.500 i'n _ s 01 raiJroad were under .conswc- sengers per train and the at a clip. Up to passenger journey w miles. Tne "e present it nas largely been con- In th'e Public Eye are tije Kor senrtce tne nou. inducted or 1700 miles, the new-'_ _____ ____. vrouid cross Cte prairies-twice irons i tte '.viniupGj. The lines-under construe- vion'in June last woaid'extend rishi! across from coast to coast; leave a good margin for sidings, 1 is one year's work in cays or railroad