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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. THE DAILY HERALD Friday, 22. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1W W. A. Director T. W. JOHN Published by Th. H.r.ld lawful evening at office, Mrett, PHONE: ReportorUI, and Newi 1224 Advertlllng Circulation j.b Dtptt -1252 OAILV 1 yeor delivered......14.00 1 6 mouths delivered 13.00 3 months dellverod fl.OO 1 month delivered ...13.00 ..11.60 montlu, br ml Addresses chiuged ai ofti-n ni but both new oM (JreBjfs. must be Riven THE WetKLV HIHALO I'ubllslieil wedneiday In eight or more summary of the news o( tbe iceek; locil aiiuu-i' 1 year in adviuct j Si moBtQl. 6 in advauc 75c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE -Red Crosa Drill Med'clne Hit Cranb Book 3.0. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Alexandra People1! Drug Stora. Young fc Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plnehtr K- J. MitcllelL D. L. JlcOrea. Tibii Weatlahe Broi. Carditon Alberta Druy Book Co. Ftrnlt, Ptroy _ Worm Drug Co. 219 4th St. JamlwoB New Co 705 Rivenide on C. f. R. Tralni Freedom From Patronage H OX. P. D. MONK, Monlrei left for the said; "It been if perfect work 'ofmnking a civil tervlce, boLh inilde and ouUlde. that Till be anilrely free from patronage." do they nuke this civil jtrvice "entirely free from patronage? They dliubarge. every Grit official ihey ciiu Jay their hands upon, and appoint Tories, named by Tory M.P.'s or defeated Tory candidates, to suc- ceed them. Is that evidence of free- dom from patronage? Not bit of it! H merely proves thatj.the'Tory prom- ises 'Of In the civil, service were just balderdash. T The River Bottom as a Park SUGGESTION forward by roadway should be constructed lead- Mr. Burns, at the banquet tendered to the ratiriug Mayor with regard to the conversion of the river bottom into a park should be taken up by the new City Council. Hare Uiere urs all the facil- ities afforded by woodland and stream using the resources of nature for the benefit and pleasure of m-in. The work of forming a park would .not be very arduous, nor woiiiiJ the .out-lay rii IT 10 The 'wild Q Jiature can be tempered with S rtK'i- ciality for forming a dalectabls whoie. river bottom has a beauty all ita which can be sreaily enlmnctfd. ing to It, .paths made, sea-is placed in desirable nooks. A natural oark, which contains as deni- zens the wild" birds of nature, has charms which no artificial park can create. -Attractions to intending resi- dents are whit Lirthbridge requires, and-a natural park will easily be one of these. Thone wbo-oome into the prairie West from the older provinces o-' the East are apt to regret "Che ab- of trees.: the ,river bottom will drive away any of these] regrets. K is possibly open io con- jecture the citizens of Lethbridge'are aware of the sylvan A Chrutmiu Gift Your Boy Will Appreciate i Now time parents are' thinking about Glirimuias nentP, uTid tho question lu their miudu is, what ahull I the Let us help you uolve the difficulty. How about a of a Alem- bcriitiii) Tlvket 'for tha Young Men's Christian Association Ho would appreciate It and you would have thi imtiiUetlon of know- ing that your money Ueltig wisely ex ponded. The rates for the different departments are us follows Seniors, (17 nut! ovor) yearly, half yearly Intermediates (11 to IT) yearlv 17.00 .half yearly Junior, (12 to 14) ywrly half yeiu'ly Special Juniors. (10 to 12) for Snturday mornings. Tomorrow is Saturday, and the noxt -day in hang up .your stocking dav. Tbe "Peace on Earth" hymn sounds discordant note in.poine parts of tbe world, but It's all right in Canada. The hundreds of poor men thrown 011 (he streets by the Bordoo govern- ment without- will not have turkey for dinner on Monday. Malcolm Mackenzie is the kotmest critic of municipal legislation in the and he Is generally on the side of the people, too. Hughes and Monk were metaphor I'aHy embracing each other at a ban- in Montreal, [he other night. Oil, the sweets of office. Legislation of great import to the future of this province is being1 clis- cugced in Iho legislature. The Slf- ton govoriunent Is working: _for the people, Men who cannot be elected in Can- ada should go over to Great Britain, Apparently all that is necessary to'se- cui'e election there is fo announce yourself as-a Canadian. Mr. SIfton propoBes to have a-rail- way run north and south with Pincher Ureek HS a terminal. Mr. Kcmmis Is opppRfirt to it. What do Pincher Creek pecople say? Speculators hi Calgary were hard hit by the amendment city char- ter, which prevents the assessment of subdivisions held for speculation as "farm lands." Messrs. and Riley. the Calgary men in the House, I'Ought-for tbe speculators. will bo osing proposition (o hold these ds longer for the rise in values. r A Bunch of Good Ones Consider the Following Gairefully Before Buying VACANT CITY PROPERTY 1 lots on St. Siyith M700 (or four; 1-4 lul. 2 loin on 1Mb St. "A" North, 1210 j'oO-lotn loll on Sill AVI. North, 1100 '2 loti on Ajhfneud, nenr Colirtltnd, at eich; M cash. 68 fl. i 1111 ft. on Ciiviiuih (12th St. "A'.' MJV: tuy i. 2 lots in Block 124; a mt 11300. g loti In Block at 1675 etch; 1-3 cMhj-tel: i slid S monthi. 1 loti In Block 92, at 11575 for the HI; itrrnt. HOUSES, ALL CLOSE IN 7 room, fully modern, firo place, lot 52 x on 4th Avf. South, 95200; easy teriui. C room bungalow, on CourUand anil William, fully, modern termi. 6 roflin brick.buBgflloiw with S room fully modern ho on 14tb Street So., near 4th S., 14700; eaiy termi. 7 room fully 'modem facing; north, on Retipmth; a -terms arrsnfid. Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 iously. Although feeble physically, there was an air oE prosperity about him. That v.-as what attracted the at- tention of a touch artist. "Say, said the tramp, com- ing up, "could you help a poor fellow to get a The old man looked him over, and Never Troubltd With Cold ;Feet (Philedetphift Inquirer.) A woman can wear low shoes and then exclaimed: bin silk stockings in winter time witlij "You ought to be ashamed of your- feeling any ill effects, but- she (self, coming to me for help! Kvid- rapidly go into a decline if ile- ently you -don't know I am MI or- of her furs. Do Change (Winnipeg Tribune.1 December Hi was the anniversary of the presentation of the farmers' demands 10 the Laurier. government. We can almost hear" the ahouts-of re-; from .the. Conservative organs on th'ar memorabife occasion. The .There arc ctiarmlRj; gladea and arbor- the, Belly river. ;-eal vistas, which :in themselves -giV-i there is opportunity to Liet. all this profusion Of inttjlng use-.ofc jbe same. 'nature so clone at hand and available recreation be opened up. A good that there is a variety of charm arid beauty in OUT city. United- States and Russia IT IS STRANGE thai during this season of peace and goodwill, the world continues to be shak- en by the alarms of war. :lesa, ii speaks much for the halhist :of men's minds thru aituatlonii of in- lense tension, which only required ;the sraallent apark to produce a con- flagration, have through measures of farmers are now repeating tLose de- mands, minus the aforesaid shouts of rejoicing. i-loV things do change. ;Greiit to the West Leader.) On Monday "the Sfinneapolis -price for grain grading: Xo. Northern on this side of the line was twenty and a half cents higher than the price for of the same grading at Fort William Th. question. of honoring Disports] On Tliegdar the was -still is one which affects the prestige of a iiarion.' t'Conicquently the-- United State's has -grounds for the 'action K is taking'. At the same time it can- not be1 forgotten" that there mayybe some who haVe become natur.ili'-.ud for the mere purpose of making use Of a abroad. This in. no forbearance ami reason been, tempor- arily at any rate, tided over. The Jmind recoilH with "horror at the cnvjfor doubt, what the Russian gove.'nmtut iji ml ild t and there will ne nctci greater. On the price twenty and .seven-eighths higher than thai prevailing at Fort William, ae will be seen by a re- ference lo tne table'published on the first, page of today's issue. Thus, day after day, .places increas ed emphasis on the loss forced upon Saskatchewan farmers by their lack of fref: access to the United States "aclyim which w 'civilized nations rush into .ronflict, nd this [R shared by to wliom the destinies of a nation are et-nfid- ed. It may be expected thm tbii will prevail in regard to variance will arrive at an etmk- spme The right IUK not possible, of course, to state with exactness what the ag- started sn...ildj of nations is a big question, the j.tace Francisco Chronii'13. His Own Fault ago the doctor told me if i didn't'stop smoking cigar- ettes. I would become weak-minded. Miss why didn't YOU Stop? .-rr-' SANTA CLAUS AS OTHER TONGUES PRONOUNCE IT Nicholas, ..Kris Ivrin Kiass, Sint Xica- Klas. v DupreuhU- bon papa, Jc bon de Noel, petit Noel. or Xiglo. i, f-fi-r (little solution of which will re.jj'.re muchdijilojimtic skill. For tlie jere- fit of the world a-f. large, It is to be, sinctraly hoped. tha-t the tw0 the United States and Russia. The .Tews have ''come more and more to look on the as An, asylum, and in the city of New Vork they form an influential and intellectual comnnmity. able undemanding. With the of the coming centenary celebration of peace it may be accepted that Hie United States will use every effort to prevent the unhappy of a conflict. A Fine Chance for Lethbridge ?regate loss to Saskatchewan.thus far this year has been as a conseqneiice of the tariff barriers, but the respect- ive price records on'both Bides of the border are sufficient to show that thd loss rung into the millions. Nor, it. must be remembered, is the loss a loss -to our farmers only. To them NIC loss ia. direct, indirectly it gravely affects citizens of all classes handicaps the march of prosper HELPING DAD (Chicago .Journal.) e kids at school all yesterday were guying me, because My little sister told them 1 believed in Santa Glaus! But I just gptia b'Heve in; have a An' 1 heard of a kid one time aJxmt my size thnt.-sciid That Santa Glaus was juat a Joke, there v'.asn't no such, thing, An' that kid didn't get a thing when Christmas come, by jing. An' when I tell dad nighttimes that LETHBRIDGE has now a great opportunity In the matter pf i securing'the "location of the Robin Hoort flour mills. Thin concern, is known, is looking out for new "quarters, where it will be sure of adequate protection from fire. Now )a the time for our Board Qf Trade to .'get busy, and show Uie milling com- pany that so -fur na regards security fire, L-stlibridge Is in a position to afford it in a practical way. The Industrial sites are In close proximity to Xo. Fire Station, and a cull will brlnjj; the brigade on the scene of ac- iion within two minutes. Xo. l from hefi-dfjuaiters can be pre- in about four mtmiiei. This RII- gine ha's a capacity of 800 gallons per minute. On receipt of an alarai a jiressuro of -.'roni SOIba. (o !001bs. can be put on at (.he power house. Kngin- oer B'ianclmrti, we understand, has proposition for erecting a water tank on the fniinstrkil sites which will linvo a capacity of double that of the existing water tanks in Vhr city. A fire is on 'the card jr.'- will soon be erected in the southeast, dis- trict, which give a run to the Industrial section of approximately the name frbni'Xo, So far as regards Uie aVlecmacy of the city's fire''department, the -following extnict from-the annual report of the underwriters prodaimi efficacy. ''With the new steam; pump In opera- tion, the tota'l pumping capacity .will be rate of gallons per The .dftily consumptioir is aboiit gallons, an ex- Cfiss of standard hose The water, from: the Belly, river Inexhaustible.-. Here is. one of. greatest asaets for fighting Chief Hardy'of fthc "Flro; BrJgauX makea the statement that' lias a better protection fire than many cities, nor only in Weaf, but Kast. The Hoanl of Trade has a very good case for pres- entation, nnd they deserve con- Biderahlc praise if thnlr efforts to bring ,thc Hobin Hood mills here are par a ft T6kc Fltntti Freehieigh I've been to a stag .party. The idea gives, me.a sort of chill. Well, that's the buck ague.- I'm wancln' this or that He leans "way down acroas the bed where I'm -a-lying at An1 says; "If Santa doean't bring the things you're wantin', son, S Vonr dad'll try to fix it, BO that-'you can have some fun." j An' so I'm writin' out the things think of every day, never! dad'll take jmy note to Santa Glaus to send away, -Imposing on an-Orphan An old old) walked a'- long Kearney street somewhat labor- I'm aakin' things of Santa cause I love my For Santa Glaus has got n'mie -things than my dad's ever had. An' can afford to things and never feel it none, OUR POINT OF VIEW Tbiuk hiip I.ethbrldse. but also (lilnk Only onp more day to buy those early. reclfng of Letlibridge people as lo fiilly sbarcd by ottlsfcjcrg, Wllevi last heard fioin ultl Santa Cljum had ina-tlft tt jjood Rct.-iway with bug or loyM. Christmas Chocolates !Miiko very siiilrtblo. gifts. Wo linvo t.licni in all' .sixes iiiul. si vies, made Lowneyis- HIM{ Fords. MAKE YOUR SELECTION. WE WILL DELIVER FOR YOU, The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONt >M. T. H. The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherloek BuUding Box 1979 Phone 1291 For.he's got heaps and heaps of them to give to everyone; An' .dad has got to work -to git our daily bread and such. An' all T sit from Santa Clans saves daddy just so much! ._BUSY DAYS Mother's looking dry goods o'er, Picking .presents out. Sister's at the jewellery store, Peering all about. Grandma's looking at tbe toys, Through' her polished specke. A'nc' not make a father1! writing cheques. Packages piled in the hall! Bundles tyd away In "l.he new piano tall: to play. What a rushing life we've ted, Risking llm'bp and neckit, tread: Father's Vritlng cneques. D.C., Star, SArjTA CLAUS''. SPIRIT Governor Francis B. M'eGowirn, Wiacopsiu, when asked' whftilmr or not he'believed -Jn SapU Glaus, re- plied as follows: "I believe in the Sanfa Clans spirit. That Christmaa otinr fairy talefi, -the-fancy and' imag- ination. A few pleasunt 'B will Uo no harm, end may.'do ffJO'l. the child learns that tbereisr.o.'.. bodied Santa Clans, he doesn't IOBQ faith-I'h.the-Iniiitutio'n." Christmas Presents ftr Everybody G. c 524 13th Street NORTH LETHBRIDGE We Sell the Practical Kind CUTLERY makes a gill, r.lwl, is appieculcd GUI stock ol! inoderately cutlery off'ci> vou an lo a hantlsonic gf-ft. .Buy your wi'l'o a sel ol Iliigfis' 01 a carving-; Tho plc'asiirc will bo as lahliii" as tlio gift for tli'c boys and finis a You will liimi no (rouble in solccling somclliing to any' hoy or We sell (lepeiHlable nil (lie ro.iniil nnil cnii hinkii.: il yoni; while to give us yqiir ;