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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL1 Thursday, December LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every eremicg-tt its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AXD .PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 PKONE: and News Dept DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES t year, 1 yekr, by 6 months, 6 months, by mail......11.76 3 montcs, i 1 month, delivered.......S3c I 3 by mau.......otto Addresses chanced as ottsc as but both and old addresses must be sivea. WEEKLY'HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or mere pases, a summary s of the news oi the local and district. 1 year, in advance .51.50 3 mnauis, }a advance 6 months, in ...75o THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Crsnbrook, S, Book Store, J. G. Robert J son Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo pies Drug Store. j Co., S. W. I Hamiltos Pincher J. Mltcaelt D. L. MeCres. .c Bros. I1 Drug t Book Co, s Fernis, B. L. Xugham. Diamond D'Arc's Dn.ig Store.. Nortiam r C. Co. 2-19 4tfc St. Also on alt C: F. R. SUN FIRE The oldest luaurance Office In the world FOUNDED A.D. IT 10 U-CKKTEffABT HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND i Branch. Balldlarf. Taroato, B. II. fcUckfcura, a more personal touch and Is done so. You will 'cheer up the folk the most longed for of all except at home and make their Christinas your actual presence. Tlie father home is just as anxious, although he may not show it so plainly. write at once, if you hare not Brighter and merrier. It will do you "good and make your Christinas conscience rest easier and your din- dlgett .better. Do it now; POINT OF VIEW If you don't get your Christmas shopping done tomorrow you "Kill sorry there 'wili be an crush on Saturday. be There are some people whose Christ mas will be happier if you look up and share a little .with them. dispossessed Of other -vhich he is fcaowa to have in his posses- sion. Them Build (Cardston Star) Thte Ptneher Creek Montana Railway charter was. grant- ed by the provincial house with a proviso, "by Dr. Warnoclc an overwhelming majority the M. for Pincher Creek, that thirty. citizens of Medicine Hat decided not miles of this road should to, change the name of their city. i operated by December 1911. have decided that .there is something This is getting down to -business and in a name and have determined it appear as though there stay with a good one. j might -be something doing in the rail- Hat. line- down htere nesc year. It is [to-be hoped that the old policy, of Jn iiedicine Hat every-.other man i everlasting delays is coming to an is -going into the.rjsal estate business, end. There is no sense in. allowing sign of a "Watch Med.-j companies to hold dif- icine Hac make strides." jl'erent parts of our country for in- definite periods ivithout their doing Ij The aetuaJ claims or the A. G. W. "jmonev will be much smaller than cer- CAiQAST The net. result of PREWiER SIFTON'S MsVJORITYs- HSRALD says: .order out of tho- chaos, taia -Edmonton have tried to .the so-called Mr and Great Water- The old gov-i, out. Many of claims are fictitious. J ton's leadership of the Liberal j .controversy. party to date is that he has re-1 eminent, under''the Dr. Warnock, the vigilant if. P. anything to earn .tiiese rights. Courage (Cardston Star) It should not be forgotten that in. this tight over the Alberta- and- Great Waterways Bill there is a principle [for Pincher deserves all the involved as- well' as. great legal: pren leaaersmp OI i credit of rushing, the warfe on railroad f ,-Diems. w i_ .3 j priiiciijle ictvolved is- his. party's majority by about i construction in that section this year, f waezher tbe are the one-half and has placed Alberta -in. majority at the close of the springJHe compelled road ro gec busr preme people. When once a railway ac- quires- something be- it little- or much session-of this, year of three, yet thejor its cnarter. -Qalgary :Heraid says tne party! full IiS'dTrmdlisg, it knows that Pre-[ FOR SALE re want listings of some good building lots. We have call for several good sites, and those wishing to I sell do not fail to list with us 1 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 Redpath near Round. For full particulars apply Freeman MacLeod Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone discreditable positon -before Sold he has only or so on the jcfc.- A it Knows mat rre-j Sit ton has approved- certain it seems to stick and it is- the year will aaish him." {raier- -Sifton. has a sale majority of fplans of tne Pacific Railway j that usuallr' -et left Premier I "When 3fr. Sifton took the leader- nine-ar the present time, on all votes jand the promoters of'that road arejsifton is showing courage in! ahip of the Liberal party in this pro- concerning his -policy, on the A. anfl ghort on escuses OT. Wem and gome .Tlnce it was torn to pieces and it W. and a majority of tvenry-five! _____ ,Qf ihe -mav .jeeemed to brine: a resem-jor more on .most questions. Political patronsge in Vancouver 1 ed in me "resuls, especially if seems to let Chinamen -escape and premier isstablishes a precedent -that he and his government have suceed- sed in safeguarding the .interests of- WESTERN FARMERS 'IN.'BRITiSKJ'COLUMBIA THE UK3tOKEST JOT7EKALS IN __ihe Liberal Britain are trying to make" up in. BrTtaliT-'Trould -cause him a yam that, the farmer's dele- to to; 4 -satioix to Ottawa "was a hot-headed .Bat .there :2to sucir idea. The mlsguid-ed elfort of some free trade i farmers of-this, couatrj- for their men. from the Ttlld aiid "trooHy, Jree- trade in to exercise an influence on the general elections ia -Britain; That is certainly a far-fetched attempt to explain "the sentiment in favor of lover tariff and free trade in Canada. If" the farmers of Canada had. any they showed Instead of very poor lines and freer trade1 in all. Tories get into parliament; Cook's trip to the Arctic I people1 of tMs province in seemingly was as bad-as an attacfe jitter. "He laughs of the "3. t-'s-." J'--- The sas company sav they are gorrig jto start rigot' away to -bore eas for 'city, That's right no idea' of-saving -ihe -Bnusheri _ _ 'Uo ahead, we are here- ahead of from the evils and tyranny of pro-iv tection, but were looking solely L Side; Lights their interests as the larger! class of .people .in .this country. In thfr.1. "advocacy of their claim they misguided fanatics seein cause o, similar ..fan- atics. across tne realm. But tney are! such, idea, judgment of course yoa did the vate .bills were what they should be, that nothing objectionable passed in any of them and that .the people's- general opinion of all the mem-kaxerests'-were fully protected in all. is that has made ready. As Attorney-General and also iSIinister of Education he had his lounder and promoter is .guarantee it is the right thing. Edmonton claims -'that a million :ood al-j -Although it ivas his first sessioa dollars wili be spent next year in e attorney-general soon demoustra-jbuilding business blocks in that as ted that he was .a skilful parliamen- t bills in good shape to pre- sent to the fcouse. He was clear and miers' first lieutenant is one of the strongest and most popular men in the house and during his tenure of btiice will give ihe provinpte good service in-both of the departments under 'his direction. in his explanation and advocacy of them and was always .on hand to clear up might arise. any difficulty Not oaly was he pains-taking and tarian; He-is pleasing in debace. The Pre- A TREATING !NE3RfATES LE-AItNED JUDGE in Ontario iare livi has tasen up the cause ad- i usefulness. lives of industry and nothing, 3ust watch Leth- bridge's record next year. "I guess you can depend on me to- do the right was the haughty Then he paused. "You .had better get some dollar bSls -w to the he remarked, gave an old fello-w our, last flaming; face timidly- address'- I ed: the co-nrt: "Your said she, "if- I told you. I had made an- errbr in my testimony wouM it vitiate all I have Instantly lawyers for each side stirred themselves in while his HOEW grsvehr re FAME'S -PATHWAY William Howells, novelist, editor, critic and poet, comes from fa genteel, well-to-do Welsh Quaker ancestry-. He- was born at Martin's JPerry Ohio, March 1, 1837. He never one for change'" One hundred miles of'new railway in the Pincher Creek country ought to help some in the nec- essary transportation facilities. The people tuere have-- long tJnie for ett. -waiting a Lae word that the Alberta Pacific will build a hun- dred miles news. nest year will be good The railway magnates of tne Un- vocated -by social reioraerg! Inebriates sbould not be trejated as ited States say they _do not want lor some time, with reference to criminals, but as diseased persons. Roosevelt for president again. The believes in. the Tpleas- ures of anticipation, you agree with him. yes. indeed. In tfes sum- mer he promises to -buy me a seat sfein. coat the foHowing winter, if I'll give up ge-mg to- the theatre-, and in the Tnnter to send me to the seashore, the following summer if I give up the sealskin coat So you see, I am always happy. "Well, said- the court, alter "a pause, "that ;entirely on. nature of your error, What was yoe answered, the lady more and red anct ercbarrassed inebriates, that locking few or It j up are respou- jsible for their appetites, but others ;are not But their trouble is clearly disease of the nervous requires careful and reason is not aard ta guess, made them toe the scratch when he was the chief executive. Aid. Bowman's shot at the city with shown -druni lor a lev or weeks disease, a does not help to reform him i system that II he is a confirmed treatment, not one of con, Arnplcyees "Trill" not to any 1 rather makes him worse. In rmemeni and abstinence from liquors i even if the said employees feel his address tc the grand jury at the; only. proclnllle assizes recently, Judge i Cases are rare if indeed there are I" Keynolds expressed the opinion at all. of men who have there should be an institution inebriacy by the ordinary! and operated by the government for [treatment of a sentence in jaU for! the treatment of inebriates. ,'a- snort -or long term.- When' rhey i V Such institutions, mostly privately! get out tney are as bad or worse! owned are already in existence tncy Tvci-e berore. But scien-' results or tneir gt )d work are seen! nflc treatment in a proper institu- te-men who have teen reclaimed- txm has produced many-permanenti from lives of drunkenness and who' cures, 1 I heard her order "pommes rr.. terre." And then aside, she de her French deserting her, "Oh, Ger- man "No wocder the agricultural writ- harm ers the improvement of the remarked the spectacular. "Ssa-Ea ag I "I told the clerk I was drirty-eight. I was so- yotr know, that when he asKed my age I inadvertent- ly gave him my bust measuremjsjit." is taiown as the Santo Gertrude ranch and is near Corpus Ghristi, Texas. Its pasturage is reported to afford grazing for 000 sheep 3000'horses. Mr. King is'said to keep 20'00' employees busp on her ranch and vras- country fetrgerv- in the office of a newspaper of Ms father was. editor. Mrs-. Harriet M.. King is the o-RTier and actual manager of one of -the The automobile industry; provides a livelihoood lor XOOp.QOO. .persona. Of the great cities "of Europe, in- the world. Her farm altotude of Madrid is tht ihighest u In die Public.Eye .J An Experienced Politician "Joe" Martin is in again -with an increased Liberal majority at have been wrongly criticised. brained man. "There is an item in tais paper to the effect that ar farmer named Swigert shamelessly coafess- es having wrung a fortune of jout of the soil of northern Illinois in. fifteen East St. Pancras, It will be remem- -bered that 'he was defeated last elec- tion at Stratford-on-Avon about which time Cana-dian newspaper wits made a good many jokes at his expense. His career in Canada has bees quite HI Manitoba "Fighting THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, ,C. V. O., LL.D., D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, WRITE A CHRISTMAS LETTER HOME WRITE HOME. This is but coiae days late with its of the pleasant duties in- of affection and Christmas reeting.- it let tbem know i.naL you have had them in mind ever From Other Sanctums set Wrong (Edmonton Capital) Here is a guess on the" location of tne experimental farms: "VtermilioiL, jGleJcheir, Sedge-wick, OJds and Stur-jwith a low bow, "I don't think you at all. Ask rather how young "And how old should you say I giggled the golden ihaired spinster, with a coy glance at Jones. "Ah, Miss repleid Jones cumbent oa everyone awa> from home. It is a more iin- Play straight the whole perative duty at this season ihan at j though you spent your. Christmas' .any other. Very few of those who-ktiousa-ncis of miles away. -arc from the parental fireside I Those Trom Eastern Canada or the will, be able to. return for the Christ- j United States "ca'n by writing at once mas dinner, but all can write a letter j catch Christmas Day or the day to cheer up" the old folks and give the J after which" is within a flay o brothers and aistezs, nepiiews .indiaa gocd at the old home. nelces at -home a -chance to remember j Man-y a taotnei- win thlulc it arrange Don't Take Any Chances (StratfoM Beacon) The Gait Reformer very sensibly tells its readers that the- only sure do I take you to be." And she was so pleased she forgot to. The Duchess Decazes, as all the world knows, was air yon aad talk aboiit you as they parc-jtaat her boy or girl e in the holiday fe'stiriues. a Cliristraas letter. did Presents are It is too 3ate for those frosi the vory acceptable aird are affectionare-' land to write so that the lelterlv 3e rerA" on Christmas B received' as Christmas But greetings A totter way to keep names out of its police daugnter of the enormously rich 'Sin- court reports is TO keep out of tbe'ger family. The Duchess was once taking part in. some amateur theatricals at Ragaz police coun. Who Is He? (Calgary Albertan) In Edmonton some person, sent _ with on anonymous letter to the I when a New York girl ae-id to her mother: "Is she a real "Yes. say the' mother said chief of police. As only oap person' "Tee, my the- a in Edmonton had ?50 and the chief I Knickerbocker, answered. "Yes. real police Icnew wiio was, there'hut machine will "oe no difficulty'iu locating the} gxulty person. He will probably be i Towards ttie recent law- e was known as .Vlartm andr a good deal of a wind. There he first entered; politics after he had spent some years at pedagogery near Ottawa 'besides a. while at telegraph and a term at study' of law. At Portage la Prairie, in 18S2, h'e was. called to the bar: next year elected to the Manitoba House arid: entered on a constructive becoming and Rail- way Commissioner from. "S8 till "ffS; introduced and fought through the .Manitoba School Act, abolishing sep- arate schools in the province; instru- mental in abolishing French as an official language and argued before the- Privy Council on the School Act of He was elected member for Winninsg in the Dominion Hous-s- i-but at the great shuffte of 1896- lie be was- beaten in Winnipeg, by Hon. Hugh Macdonald; after which he moved to Bfitisla Columbeia and went into -western "politics as member for Vancouver; afterwards Attorney- and Premier. Then came the JlcBrMe upheaval, and Mr. Mar- in the storm centre to, live in .London, very shortly afterwards get- ting into Britiih politics. Courier. SAVINGS BAIMK DEPARTMENT Interest at tHecurrenf rate is allowed on all deposits of 51. and upwards in thfs Department Careful attention is given- to every account Small deposits are welcomed Accounts may opened in the names of two or mere withdrawals to.be. made one of them orby tKe'sur- vivor. clear written instructions as to who is tq make the withdrawals should always be given to the Bank' when opening accounts -of this nature. Lethbridge Branch C Nottrse; OF CANADA How Much Renafes? You handle plenty.of much is yours at the ead of the year? Probably more of it would be if you made a habit of depositing a fair proportion of it, regularlv, in a Savings. Account in this Baat. Start saving now. The habit will to your great advantage. opens an [Main cor. F-ound Radptth ttt I G. R. TlTtNINQ N, f H. Roach, Actlnfl Manager.' -A. W. Salliie, Manager. ;