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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OECEM15KR 23, fi: DAILY PAGE N5NE TF YOU have been wishing for something really extraordinary in the way '.of Christmas Gifts, your wish will be realized here ii ij i roW. Nnt, only will you find us prepared for you with a large as1., sortment of the very newest els in Fur Coat or Sets, but all beai4 ing our, quality guarantee or money gladly refunded. Remarkf ably special prices on all our inv merise stock. Mpre Go on.the Land (Continued From Front Ghriistmas Specials As a serviceable gift. .How aboot A: Coatj.fcirik or Dress Silk -Or Silk v AT SPECIAL Furnishings THIS LIST WILL HELP TO REMINb YOU Op .-YOUR REQUIREMENTS' Mufflers Suspenders 'Neckwear Fancy Veils Smoking 'JaeSeU Balh Robes Sweaters... Cutf Links Dressing Gowns shlrU Ga'rters Hosiery Collarc Pyjamas Night Shifts' Tie Pins Southard Block 512 Third Ave. South TORONTO. MAY BUY RAILWAY -Dec." Af an early hour this morning, the .liy -a'volc ot 12 to- 10, lUefealed the proposal WIDE AWAKE GERMANSIN liprlm, Bcc. (or v to- lO.nleteoted the proposal the construction of two railroads--io v that the ctly phoutd withdraw China who are the for purchasa of the street railway. ;atid German r-apitai was signed loday v.Thts' mcaas that tho nesotfa- thVChinese foreign minister" arul Uons and Critic' Gc't man at the -project-.-voted on somo j Peking. time'neM.year, .v The first .run-, from ff. _.. _ near-Kioocliow.. bn the .Shantiui'g v southward .to Hanchwaag, PuTtox-railvfay crosses; the-gfanil-.canal; line Is to estcn'ri the rail- way; its Tsfnaij. 'lb Shimtch'on railway.. V RAILROADS COT EXPENSES list TWO' MANITOBA. MAN TARRED" FEATHERED Dec. law-abiding sense of thii com- munity was'. ihocked to leirn" that thcri wit a determined at- tempt made to tar and feather Joseph Povey, a farmer, gf Roll- Ing River, northweit of heft.-on Saturday night.. Since hit'trial and acquittal at rthe fall assizes here last fall, many threats have b'een" made against thli rnari, with the avowed oHjsct of dnvlng-him from ..Povey, fearing the presentment .of: neighbori, -had" taken refuge the houie Of a friend. Durfng' the surrounded the by; "means'.of ladders removed portion _of the froni an. upper ed- hirn and teft him naked, and exposed torthe MRS. "ADAM SHORTT BREAKS" Toronto, Out, Dfic. 23.-Th'e: ;22.-A gainful Grand Trunk, C.RR. and C.N.' ocwrred at a suffrage meeting. at Qttawa tonight. of Professor Adam Shortt, leave the box stio She "fail- ed, to obsfcrye thai-there was a step, and, stuinBlfng, broke her leg. St. JuiTcs Anglican at Oalt- 7iHc, Ont., was destroycA by. fire, ;-H.' have iyued Inftnictions1: tbal eipenEes inuEl'be cut in' two department, there -will bo no wages The falling oft freight tratlic 'Is responsltyiq" 't for-the new order of things. Our New Store is now open and we are darrymg a full range of rnen's and men's shoes. 4 CLEAN 'MEW STOCK Call and see -samples in and Girls' shoes regular up for The eccoudly, that we miu-t Ihe pice of home produce on board at our lo- cal slatlou EO loa- that caU (he pro- lit IB gone In to te able to de- liver the product to the consumer al a price at which he can afford to use This also applies In other dl- r-jcllong. What dof-s tbe B.C. farmer want when over there? In the first place he rushes at you with Ihe firoposttloD {p buy his and you can (ill your pocfctts full of proposi- tions before you. Lave landed two hours, and have haidly time to for breath. How many want to ell out in Alberta, and cannot? What oes the B.C. farmer say to the man Alberta? Caucot you flad-mo a larket for' ray fruit, my plums, ap- Is bis rcatest problem at present? This IB it at present, lo many parls, the ountry being new, carlcad lots are ot available and the mall Eblpraent when out does tbe producer. At. the -same. time he Is paying I7.0Q-per ton for hay, put on the erg here, at fS.50, and also 25 ents for dressed. cents for ork, and 25 cents lor cbicten..A car- oad. of-hay eolfl by aji Alberta farm at ?4.50 "to him net lor iisr labor and trojble.' U is] the same at both ends': markets; greater acllitfes produce at .better profit, and until we have hese the cry ot mixed farm lag IB joke; and the preaching; ex- empore and otherwise, to the farm- er to go" la'o mixed farming1, IB'only itiJnsiilt to; his intelligence, for It fa :hqse': !n the 'cftles atifl towns -that should be up and And if the cities and (owns would leave for a lit- le while' the fighting over their own Ittle city problems'and Jocal interests and'turn-their abilities and attention to gen'erai prosperity of the cdun- t.rya1. t'" is going by the Doards. they-would accomplish some- thing worth Kbile, and would auto- matically makes these cities and uselessly, In many a lot of money' and extort In: adycrtlsing .in ttyinsr to build up municipalities with nothing behind them them, General Protperltyl Alberta ijiacj have is "General Pros- -Tbls-will be. rapidly noised abroad without any cost to us, and lesults, and will cost us far-Jess efforts-we upon a fictitious Tliecseneral-Interest of the country Is'.tbe'-same" for city, .town aid countryjalike, but what we seem to require -as-.much as anything is ipme patriotism.', .that would .'.start-.! us--ail off helping' each 'ther and-the, country we live In, finding of markets and1 the ipWIng of these markets Is at present hVjnost important subject ahead ot us; anil the man who'find's" a new out- et ard obtalns-hetter prices for.-any L.EG customer' the most uee- cltjzen nire'hdTo with us at the moment; and an the opening of maritelfi at-present Is the most im- portant business -problem we-'havc we not make every effort-to support this policy? In speafclcg .of not harrow ourselves-down to the larket a long .way to the es-'. jort-'marhet, for "the proper organlia- .Ion. and .-development- ofv our home just as'important, and not. mlf as of Accomplishrneal, f'we all -pat pur ehoulders to the wheel, as-would; at-first Appear; ,but we.iqannot-much longer go about bljnd olded'to our own Interests, nor is it use preaching .platitudes to the farmers without making some effort :o help Hiem out-as-much-for-our' oivn good as theirs. j. An-.Appeal to Reason A'-great deal has been done in the ast year to awaken interest In these problems, but a great deal more, re- quires to be-done. The band! of vol- unteers who liaye taken up .the work is too aiid flranda! support Your Friend Will Have 'Warm? Feet and a Warm' Heart i( You Make Your SLIPPERS 111 We have everyining in Footwear. Season'able Goods at Reasonable Prices. Shoes for every use and all occasions v' W.J. 620 S. 0. ..Sherlock has been almost entirely withheld from thoie who have heen malting the effort; Vut there; is still to a should not ouripolicy he BUppprt: and push along any1 aiid.- ucderfaklnK next 'year: mpTe_. real let support work no 'jnatUir wliether.'uiuy: profit oV 'j ust; tipid" tb'eir owht; for iti6n Ukcly to the-Present Mayor of Toronto OnL, Dec, Kour can dffittca for the mayoralty were nomin a ted- if. .the moaiinatloa- meeting, here tills morning.. are Mayor_ Hoc ken, Alderman McBrien and Burgcs and James. aJSocIallst.-. Thi two aldermen1, may. withdj-aw. For the' fioard" of Control nine 'can didales presented themselves, Fester the ;pret cnt members, and Yeoinans, Park EEMOVED BULLET FROM RIGHT -LUNG JolmnnesburE, South Dec. 'Lionel iidcan mining magnate, 'pasied a ;ood" night after .yeatercl.iy'a opera- removal Sullet from IHs cocdiflon'ls.nbw to-.'coniplGte. recotery. --He rail shot "on" by. V Dutch CANADIAN FARMERS A GOING TO AUSTRALIA London. Dec. sidelight on- the-problem.- of -Imperial emigration U presented by tbe In- creasing .number of CanadEaus and Amtricans "who are iralla. Todar'a despatches ney, N.S.W., report the arrlvai- of further .party, of -I Canadian farmers on. the Victoriaa.Irripatioa settlement., please FtatHer, If have every-- the man 'who smokes in dainty gift boxes Store Adjoining Sheririiri smokes. thing The Perry A. At noral nation, (or nitinlclpnl lionors'-to day, JIayor John Allan was to a second term Tl. flght jn all ufijcea'fB a political vone both parties having their slates for tho first lime In'rnnnv A liot con- test laiooked for from now: until New Year's day when the- election takes place. The biggcsi parcel inait on record was in on Situr- rfny.. li parcels. To The Old Home fn Scotland, England and Continent can bt made at the lowttt cotl. tnew. steamers. Callings. Reserve-ac- commodation e now, any railway or, LIDMAN, 'General Agtnt, 243 Main 31. t, ri expert o[ (he and ohe of inf (judinj specialists on fir, Itisursnce In America. resigned'ai o( a dlsa'gret- of InvAlufeble Domestic and Imported Schweppei Ale (Dry) per aehweppes Witer Schweppei 1 inirell Cocbrine'.OIrifler Iqiptrltl'pii: Ciintrelf Ourd's Dry Qlngsr Ourtf's Clvb Witlhu 'Table- Waters' j Spirit Co, P. O. BOX South, Alls. ;