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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TilK IJWII HIM IKfrLY HERAI Saturday, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OECEMiEK 1W7 Oinetor T. W. Editor JOHN Cubl.ehtd by The L.thbrldjt Htruld Ltd., ivtnlng at ill office, Sixth AlHrta, PHONE: Editorial, ___ Jtb Raportorlal, and News 1224 DAILV 3 year delivered......fiOQ I by .6 months delivered S months delivered 1 month delivered >.'.M jl.OU 35c.. 1 month, bymall Addresses changed as often as dresses must bo given v THE WEEKLY HERALD 1252 'S5c- old Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages. and contains summary of tho news of ihu week, local stud district- 1 year in advance .....41.UO G months iu advance 75c, J THE DAILY KERALA Cross Drug ti- Book tore. J.G. Robert- sou Co.. Jackson Alexandra Peoplo'n Drug Store. Co., R.W, Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell n. U ;McCrea. lake Bros. Drug Book Co. Fsrnie, B. Seal. S inoiithis l Crinbrook, Attfhinson. U neiiwcka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 'rB. C. World Wide .News "Co.- Srcwn fc Brown 319 4th St. Spokarw-Thfe Co., 7Qii ftlverslrie Avc. Also all .C. P. H. Trains A Commendable Spirit, IT -IS highly satisfactory to note that there is no ill-feeling exist tup between employers and em- ployees us u rsult of the recent-coal i strike. "Hie hatrhel bus been buried, there appears to be no spirh of vinditftiveness. With regard to tho Gait collieries in otiv vicinity, the ed to the management who have en their old employees fair play. A! existing minor.'.differences, we are given to understand, will be'smoothb settled by the commission now work- ing for that purpose. Industrial war- fare is a calamity, to all. The coal mine opera tors" have had the onpor- 1 are greatly pleased the treat-! umity of showing that they have ment meted, out to them. The old em-j right regard who have w0rk- jHOyees ivere first on.the roll.led for them, and' they have availed THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE INSTALLED IN THEIR HMT SAFETY IF YOU HAVCjANY TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OH OTHER VALUABLES TVBY IHOUl.D BE LODOBD IN ONg OF THEM MXM m rVMTMCI INFWIIIATION 4PM.Y TO Lethbridge Branch C G. L Nourse, Mgr. Qthers fhink The Waiting Snow-Shovel Brigade (Ottawa Journal.) One pootl old-fashioned .snow storm between now and Christmas would put considerable money in dn-ulation among those who need it most. .-an soon Dud out far himself, tliat on :hls protected continent the rise in .he "cost of litis onullstnncod the rise- in wages... As a general ,ion the ouposUti of Mr. Mosoley's contention :is proved by the recent trtKo in KiiRland, designed to bring ages up to the level maile necoflsary by increased-eoat of commodities. "How did your net take am sang tlic ,1 Winnipeg Free the ileputation of Kenora citi- zens waits upon Sir James Whitney- to arrange for the secession ot' that town from Ontario, anil its to Manitoba, a phonographic record ofj when. I sang the first ihe disturbance should be taken yelled and when 1 the edification of nosterily. (lie-second verse they yelled "lin- A Convict's Religion (Mail and Empire.) Convicts art- clussified hy creei! iti the staiistics relating to the peniten-j A Merry Christmas ToYotiAU i Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 An Expcntlve Library said the literary man with a sigh, "style-is.a fine'thins for a in improving the relations between j crested from i capiful and labor, and anything! and 'is- tiary 'population of Canada but bm whcn might reasonably that crim-; (he ft have not enough rehg.on to be ivorth recording. ivorth recording. Adoption of Single Tax Capital.) most rema'rVibit omenu in economic affairs in the Do- Incredible e, heroine pE.mj; -which makes for removing the exist-'totally absent. The wheels are turn- friction between tnese two sreatjing round again, greased with the oil, ;'economic factors is-so much for human consideration, ami so mnchj5 of the community in general.! the-better for the mine industry.'-May ThereCore. it U only right that com- the hirrmony between employer and! niendation should be publicly tender-i employees continue to prevail. ui.iniou -.ot Canada., and JjV the West, is the recent rapid growth] ern.'.ce' of their own, .have ideas in public favor of the principle of the The Waste Paper Nuisance "UJE jirevailing. wind, which does! fast and furlousr Down the streets so much 10 -temper our climate! and avenues they fly, endeavoring: to illustrate the science of perpetual mo- tion, lu the corners of the thorough- fares they perform impromptu Dances. All the same, in spite of all their mad frolics, these portions of piper ore eyesores and Titiisances. to be a remedy lor doing awuy them. has a bylaw in the shape of preventing: indiscriminate scattering'of handbills. There'-ougnt to turn Spiithehi Alberta at this srascn of'the year into a-verlt able HaiJr.n Riviera, lias at. filename time brought into prominence a de- Bris of waste paper. Scudding along in various directions with the wind force behind, the fragments every- where abound. We see them enpvin- round the telephone -poles taking: rest, Goodwill to Men i Halifax Chronicle.) Premier Borden and his fellow-mil- The Colonel indeed. I don't think 1 ever met that Life. Feared ths A South fiakota'Tallrohd is noted for Its execrable roadbed. A new lionsires in the Cabinet are signallx- hralceman was making his first run ing the Christmas season by dismiss- Oyer the road at night, aud-was stand ing elevator men and other minor em- ployeea of The departments at Ottawa. It is a humiliating spectacle! long to pay the be one with regard .to the proper con- mime attention. The the gigumeni of all u-as-tepaper to the furnace.' It is true that the wantler- tpfifjs are decked, save the miiT) temporary pennants. The fen.cea, re-j ing pieces serve in their multitude to r.ciye others of the species, -aJfordingj show that tlie cKizeus of. Lethhridge them havens from, the scurrying tajare a great reading public. But this which they have been subject; -The lots are regular playgrounds for these derelicts ot literature. Here they speed aroumU chasing one tr in', merry play, and the fun grows i advertiser! sign of the high cult is not ;n the centre of the car, grimly clutching the seats to keep erect. Suddenly the train struck a smooth place in the track, and slid along Toronto's Air Castles without a sound. Seizing his lantern. fBobcaygeon -Independent.) the brnkeman ran for the door. .Mr, -Monk, the .minister of public ".Tump for your he shouted. works, visited .Toronto, and Santa 1 "She's off the Success .Mag- Clans may as well go out oi! business. There is nothing that' Santa can do for Toronto that will appear worth while. Toronto is tn have public buildings in a grand stuiare by i.hem- selves, the sewage pond is to be a rival harbor to Atom real, and as for lighthouses, just stacks o-f them. To- ronto has ceased walking: it simply Koats. counterbalance the dis- Therefore, let some thing be done to prevent, if not miti- gate, the r.iiliiuiico. i to figuring The Rural immigrant 1TH reference to Canada's pre-f grams to open up the agricultural re- fpreuce for the country" bred sources of this country thai Canida Immigrant, the Birmingham -T'ogt makes (he -following- comment: developed an thoroughly iu- t'p-.jin industrial and urban population 'Nothing Doing in Air (Great. Falls Leader.) That the occupation of the untot precarious in more ways than one tizine. flight Error: The aviatov's wife was taking her firs-t trip with her husband in his -air- ship. "Wait a minute, she said. "I'm afraid we'll have to get iltiivn again." "What's asked her hus- band. ''I believe I have dropped one the pearl buttons off my packet; I think I ground. see it .glistening on -the is being strangeH illustrated the! Seat, my -dear." said presence of a group, of the .country's] Mte aviator 'that's Lake Brie. host known air men, who find them- ounrrstown Telegram selves, winterbound in New York. The- -Company Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 particulaily in the West, .can hope to develop and expand. Cities and towns arc only (juences of'ihe. development would natuvnllv be expected that these aviators woirid flit to warmer climes. But It cowls money to get THE' '.'TEN OEMANDMENTS' For grcrss it would. there, and there is little chance odbe difficult to surpass the De- insistence on settlers with'.rural Mirrou'mling industries, of which must either gravely' im-j ricullure Ja a prominent one. That the call for-the right sort of immi- grant has been answered improved by the colonization 1911. This year hflH eHtaIilinhed a record of in-j coming aetilers. Seventy per cent, of the newcomers went straight, through to Western the great major- ity being well equipped with ready money and personal effects. "The cHadeU of the new Empire be-' yond the be built tip by: the infuiion of ft ho best blood, Thiaj the paramount need for a' the of the'even paying expenses bv giving exhi Oominion's development, or compel it1 to, take more new. blood frmir fcreisn' The .Po4t ap- piirently doftfi- not -realize1 that at'Vpre- sent L'tinatia is an agricultural the kind of settler prin- cipally neoden ia one who from -hi iiiibringing, has some knowledge of, and a taste for. agricultural The country requires the pursuits. ractical farmer, and not, the npvfce who fre- quently. from not being in tune with his surroundings, becomes "a -failure'. Agricultural conditions In Great Bri- tain are such as to bar enterprise, and 1 for this reason many of those who have turned artisans, have become so more from hard choice than from in- clination. The attractions for weaning these buck to the '.and in the Old Country nre not very great Consequently a large uerceir-age with early rural training will be glad to .avail them- selves of -returning t0 conditions for which tit