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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, December LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every fVahh Street. Lethbridfe. Alberta. Cans at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada TUT 4 XT 4 "kT PHONE- PHONE: Advertise Rcportorlal, and News Dept 1224 Circulation and Job. Dspts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered 1 rear, by mail 6 moiulis by maiJ J 18.00 11.75 6 months, delivered.....52.00 5 months, 1 month, delivered.......35c 3 months, by mai) .......800 Addresses changed as oiteii ss desired, tout both asw and old iddresses must be sivea, WEEKLY HERALD. Published every Wednesday in eight or'more pages, and contains i summarys of the news or the week; -local and district. 1 year, in advance 3 months, Ja advance ....SOo 6 months, in iVJvance----75c j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Cranfcrc-sJc, S, 4 Book Sture, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, pies Drug Store. Co., B. HamiKoD- Fincher J, Mitchell, D. McCrea. Bros. Drus Book Co. .Feroie, S. Btai POINT OF VIEW What thou do88tt do quiokly. To morrow IB the late day to do Christ mas baying. In your Christmas buying, do not lorget a supply of pepslu chewing gum for that "full reeling after eat- ing." Your Christmas will be merry as you.have tried to make other's merry Tvliose Christmas would uot bare been merry without your assistance. morality departments. Mind reading has always been contemplated ia despair. L. Grassy Dr. Tugaam, -..Diamond Dr. D'Arc'a y Drag Store. M ei ici ne' rt M Northam -'S. C. World Wide Xews Co. ..MwReapoHsrr-Brown Browa S13 40i St. Also bh ialLCL PI R. Chamberlain Mistake (Toronto Globe) Air. Austen Chamberlain seems to be Hedging on tariff reform. In a recent spwoh ha he had become a tariff reformer, not because the re- presentatives of the overseas dominion inought trade federation the easiest way to closer union. The proper ans- wer to this is that the people, of ______ aria at least will never ask the people TT v 'of Great Britain to tax their own food Another smooth gV-irto _for th to do the people of tlus city up with. n slick game got nabbed in the at- tempt. They ican't pull off stums like that under Chief Giilespie's nose. The bank clearings took another another jump this week. Just-watch {them keep "now on.- is going to be No, Lethbridge' is looking' after one of the government's -demonstra- i clou raruis, 'but-it-has its hand out jior a technical school .as-soon-as any j are being given, out. over, Mr. Chamberlain's trade policy would be an obstruction to closer un- ion. This Btats Siplest Soup Spoons (A Nannies fill) Dispatch.. Luther Burbank went into the also- ran class here to-day with; nouncement that a pea guaranteed not to roll off a knife blade has been invented by K. M. McFarland of this city. The board of. .trade made a vegetable is a variety .of the common garden pea, save that it aas been so developed "as to iave g3froscope principle embedded -in ;its make-up. move toward securing -a school placed here by the fe of {committee they did to draft up re- j commendations to the Royal Com- I mission in the matter. Although there is no anew and very CORPORATIONS GOAD .MEN little frost, the.Christmas air seems-; to prevail. The scores look .Christ- from i masy, tae people look> Christmasy, i and purses feel Christmasy. novation with -delight and to aave al- ready placed large orders. They figure, that they will thus be able to abandon their stock of rim- med knives, which prevent tKe peas when too hurried guests use the utensil as a ahovel. FOR SALF 1 VyiX ii j We want listings of some good building lots. We have call for several good sites, and those wishing to sell do not fail to list with us We have several Modern houses, new, close iii, 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 WlacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 rHHE. GRAND down in. Ontario .seems to be for ntore trouble since the strike of their trainmen is over. I One country weekly in s town.-where i two or three G. ,T. K. trains meet, in- one issue reports one .conductor fired for omitting- once to sign-his Vv'iiere are ail those election prc- Collars-a year: This sort of j tests? Doubtless -the kind xvou 'w'iat' corporations. do 'to ex-.protestants did not want to spoil Side Lights asperate men." :to desperation; forcing Christmas dinners. them to .take .measures in self de-j -in violation of the I The Board of Trade savs agreement -Then they with-righteous j aboard for Great Falls." Ic, is a finejsion, while the American army, was indignation call upon thejtown and a big crowd-should go. (in. camp. Washington heard that the Not Reliable Numberless are the stories .told of CJeorge Washington. TJpon. one pccas public- to give- diem a square deal and f i colored sentries were not altogether conaoctor's OIL and support --them --against the unreason-j The off" their; reliable. He determined to test the another was let out fbr failing -to his -watch, in for inspection just wiien ne should. Another pin prick is. an order that all trainmen shall pEovide tfijtlr own. uniforms. They can get them when they like but they most fee of style' and quality prescribed able-demands ".ofr their contract-break-j queues, making IT plenSful inarter for himself. One night, there- forer ..when, the password was- "Cam- itrmight -'be-observed! of hair for the -American- Lso'. thatVthe two conductors- fashions -demand false-hair. As bridge" the general went out and walk oned above were both the supply will exceed'the "demand ed up to a colored sentry. 'and employees, bat j maybe the on some! "Who goes cried th'-e sen-- iiaa'Deenr prominent in the curls, puffs, rolls and the otherjtlnel; JOURNALS ANH-VTHEL T' of journals in. "other- which- -seem- to- make belittl- not be "human fashionable hair 'ornaments.' "A., friend j" was the reply.. "Advance, friend, and give the coun- jThe A. IL 1. is to runjtersign. Ureat Northern is willing: make a satisfactory arrangement' for using Oine scandal v is implicated. ,v any how-- their .-alongside of any a special -ter, -that} looks -better to 'some scandal le tt to better social at sud bik'sed. reports, .of _ and 'actions-" are" given' held the as men who -Icnaw. nothing'-of. happier _ -_- -t world and who .ste narrow ana.--im- mature in their- judgments. Their course -is' an -obvious attempt to cater to the class community But .place them, their ideas, their their, Shel-by their j Jet Tie people" "of-..ifethbndge' and reat Fans put, 'it -up to y compare. HilL ,gs th'at are-n'ot; -V A Macleod- rancher .'W'asi.-robhed ,of by -lives other theif_'recorQS better "citizens communities are .most' aciiye in their criticismr One yeilow iqunial done saisguided, inore tnaji -'rminisjers who ever As are entitled the. utmost-respect even frpia .ilnse Vnose interests, financial and are opposed to the -ivork and in- Huence of the churches, and social reform. orgasizatJons- That this .is a-wroag po'sition "do" not they do in all take is easily seen" inio-l.tlusgs. They7 as a class are .self the situation.--even disinterested, liberal and ters being humniC like rest of 'sane- in" their work and their ideas. "would indeed be a sorry world if .'the ministers "Would give up their efforts to better the world and let numan mistakes. do not-ail -itave the of .'.vision -that -the ideal-man d ckTnol j their critics have the world run as ercise taef- saiae judgment, that; they jtneir -criticism .of the ministers of the if iheyxMike; their -crimes-, could [minis ters indicates they would like to the-Tesiats before -they do what' CANADIAN SYMPATHY WiTH BrM-TjSH' LIBERALS "mTEOUT That party did disestablish the tion the newspapers of Canada regardiesa their Canadian tariitical affiliations, have expressed sympathy frith the AAsquIth govern- in the great contest that has.i luat concluded-m; Britain. "Wnile therel are differences on-.the ouesuon of tar- riff reform, of Canada did not seem to consider that an issue OIL Britain. Their sympathies were and are "with the-'Liberal party be- cause that church in Ireland and once guaran- teed that its. legislation would. pass the veto of the Lords, would soon'-liberate the people of -the TJni- fibm ljUTdeil of sup_ from-tie public funds s. to whose.tfenets subscribe. Liberalism in. Britain is at one -with ihe popple in Canada in saying that till the soil shall j it and stands I5e :of for conditions such-as-exist ia Can- Iving ada the upholds ae govenuaeilt ig ,Q and advocates conditions .that Cana- in BritaiB and dians Troul-d cct tolerate and -which j Unionist party hss opposed, the land- mace good Canadians out of maa? j lords being the prf-rioTTT.iTiAti.ig people irom tns old land. jtiuence in that party. Canadians agree Tvtih' the' Liberal j There is no -d-en-'isg that the party that no man has a hereditary jpatiiy the great the "Lib-! right, regardiess of ability, character jerai'party in Britain is in favor ofj or anytbiag but his Wnh to' rule .giving local sell government to -nine hundred dollars on. his way east_ That is good.'advertising tor JUacleod. Farmers from. -to-wns Howa east do "visiting vith, as much money as that in. Oaoft -raise it, -you know; "No, sah." replied the soldier. Washington. "No, 'sah.'" was the response. said Washington." The "sentry'lost patience. "I tell you, Massa he said no man can go by here of Lord Two of a Kind A person Begging alms lieorge "God" bless you, my Lord! You and I iave been in all the prisons in Jjondon." The Sovereign-Bank-went .broke be- "Wnat -do. you cried Lord cause it put all its; spare money and a lot it couldn't spare into 'a rail- in Alaska. Tire Fanners IBank put its funds into .new 'Ontario'-'mines mines which apparently -were" not di- vidend producers and 'has- gone up. .Legitimate business is the--1 only'kind for banks, or any other institutions. From Other Sanctums Same Here, No Snow (Medicine. Hat Times) .Medicine Hat ioned Christmas appearance as far as the elements are Can See People Swear (Toronto-Glebe) Deaf mutes who are lip readers, protest that the .figures in. moving picture shows use Tile language. And we all thought the visual -telephone "was to be the greatest problem, of George. "I never. was in any prison but tne "That. is. my said the been in all r H; Chandler Egan, the golf champion said on'the Wbeaton links of a poor "The other day he iad a rather dis- sort of caddie. He approached the third hole fairly well MORN1NGSID .00 Without Interest and Without For full information, call or address 'P.O.Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 tered-by burglars, who made a'good haul while the big dog slept The man. went to the dog fancier and told him abont It-. "Veil, rat yon need said the dbg'merchant, "is a leedle dog to up-the big dog." what is an equinox? is-raiem! For the ball After half g0odneB5 Tommy, don't vou a dozen., wretched-and .-anythi about mvthology at turned to his sneering caddie said: f An equinox was a fabled animal, half- am I to do "Oh, said the caddie, 'get down on your knees'and blow it in." A family moved in from the city to a suburban locality and were told that they a watch-dog to guard the premises at night. So they bcaght the largest dog that was for sale in .the .kennels of a neighbor- ing Sag fancier, [who .was a German. Shortly afterward the .house was en- irom the "word "equine" and "ox." Jt -does seem as if tSese public schools don't teach children anything now- j Q-f a people. Even in. the days before cana-da got responsible government Family Compact, vho thought they had a sort of divine right to rule sympathize with I did not -dare to make" such claims the British Liberals in effort! jnt units ot ihe United King- As it is exactly Tvhat the Cart- 'afl-ian-people have it is not-to