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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday December, THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD QUR1NG1910 TheHeraU has teen with an bcptionaUy patronage. Jt apprectotofhe of every whether and endeavored to show to appreciation by giving good ago been settled by the business men ofLethbridge. enterprising m news bt a large circulation. It has to be a paper that If is read by the us-1723 additional subscribers: The advertiser who hlls'his tells4to practically .every .fymily in Lethbridge. The story helps do. business. W public will wantto know ma better position than ever Jo make 'an intelligent co patronage. It has had three years ofteOUg and has made.good Mont., No1r. "Thou-- sand Inch Contract with has just expired, would say that we cannot too strongly endorse your paper, as being alone in its class for jetting results. Going over .our records andf-making a comparison with other mediums on both sides of the line, "I find that "your paper brought in more actual any other newspaper we hive ever used. At the corfirr.tricing Wyertjiing with, you, we figurei I that -.very 1 rate card we could afford to spend considerable money in- striking illustrations. Perhaps that was an important factoK-in marking a success, but in any case I want to assure you that :we will certainly our with you in 1911; w'assu'f e in all sincerity ah'd on any suppositions. Youris very truly, LQNNQUI8T-MA30N CO., Per Vancouver, B. C., The Htrald, Alberta. xt- -t i., have been adverting very widely, throughout America, an exceptionally flood proposition, in the Arrow Lake You will be interested to tevow that per penditure, the from THE LETHlrtlbGE HERALD were the we Have from-any with it the simply own satisfaction, as it is for evcn when producing 'exceptionally 'well, to get direct trace cf the actual result! of the ad- vettFsing it is carrying. i' "TtVfth tejiffrhfhes for the continued success of advertising medium, we are 4 31; NOBLE AOVERTI3ING AGENCY, R, atbn, Dec. 24. "My dear Mr. would 1 like -for phriBtmaa? .one and that the capital removed I pre- fer living, Yours sincerely, McLEAN." Hat, Dec..24, '10. lorely you please pull. Jlra. Humphries, Miss a gravity Marker, Mies Farrell -and some c Remember the place, 114 Round St. 1 0 s B Y n the square, but not of the high colored junk hops that not on the square. uy shoes at a shoe store and ou will money thereby. hoes for men and women, boys and girls sold v ere at prices that cannot be undersold. Q tir stock is iaii new now xcept a few lines, and they are beine c v o i-.' __. t clear them off. Look at Q ur bargain boxes before Resolved to please very patron js oiir motto. iSText toBentley Co.r lliRound PERCY CEOSBY Uiose .women, and those fellows Coulter, MacDonald and Kimball, out of the 'Herald. so -that I can irtn that McLaughlin--Buick auto, fours as ever. "D. R. WABE." y. "Pincher Creek, Dec. 24, 10 Santy! "You dear old. chap'-! All I want tikis Christmas Is a promise that you will run Into Pincher Creek next; on the Alberta Pacific Rail -way. I will worship- you more than "erer If you do that Loringlr, "DAVE .WARJS'OCK." system and.freedom IN INSPECTED of: from the. rampages o Ihe safe had been brought to a re- pair company and Stephen Par- shut and the i.from stroyed. A hammer blow on to Rock Mountain-house the door oiiLofl, wno over- ruled the objections and protests brought forward by the Alberta Cen- one is not even licked for alderman. now, All I ask for Christmas is another chance to be a candidate for election; Yours with a struggle David king. P. might aldermen, city officials arid measles would satisfy us. Tours expectingly, The .People of Lethbridge C. P.H. FIREMAN LOST LIFE AT PORTAL North -Portal, Dec., Held Smith, of Moose Jaw, fireman of No. 7 Westbound flyer, was'killed in- stantly in the C. P. R. yards .here this afternoon. He was working at-the side of the engine when he, was struck by a-passing freight train. Hig'head was jammed and crushed. The remains were taken to Mooae was 25 years of age, and had been married two years.. Los Angeles, Dec. A. Hoxsey today made an inspection from his biplane of the inner and out- er harbors- of Los Angeles from a- height of feet Hoxsey report- ed that he was able to see the ships; and docks -distinctly from that and could have drawn accurate wfc maps of the entire territory if ils hands had been free. He was in the air 28 minutes, and made an average speed of 40 miles an hour. RAISE OF Spokane, BIG FIRE JN IOWA TOWN Albla; Iowa, Dec. hundred A belt dollars 109S was sustained some scalps hanging to it. I n a Gre m Albfa toda3r when four bus- you know, whose I want. Every- Were 'burned- The fire K-. originated in an explosion of gasoline in the lighting system in the dry Dear Friend Santa At Christmas this year you could TRAIN DESPATCHERS Dec. Spokane train, are preparing a peatioii to all railways operating here' to in- crease their wages to a month, effective on January 1st. The wages at present range from to The despatchers say that the templated request is part of a nation- al movement, backed fcy similar peti- tions in all parts of the country, purpose being to raise train despatch-' ers' wages to east of Missouri, -.__., _t VJLUU ctisc n store of H. J. Co. jand to west of River. to straighten a corner, touched off a charge of nitro-giyccr-. me which had been behind the door ever since the attempted robbery. The I over safe door-was blown, across the room jand crushmg the man's head liKC an egg beg shell. _ v 4JUUJHi on the ground that the line parallel- j needy as ...cir own line, and that they had I good to had previous location. This close1; SIXTEEN MINERS TO SERVE YEAR IN JAIL .Denver, Colo.; .Dec. members of the Lafayette union of the uaited Mine Workers of America, to- impris-' in the county, jail for the vio- plans of the C.N.R. for that line were on representations by the -Uberta Central disallowed by the Railway commission. atlon injunction retraining trikinc miners of northern Colorado interfering with; non-union men. EMERALDS FROM B. C. CAUSE OF ARREST London, Dec. -er on tne Mauretanla haft beea ar- nere on a charge of stealing receiving -worth undred pounds in Brltiih is- to -be arraigned in Boir street ollce court tomorrow. RECIPROCITY NEGOTIATIONS START NEXT MONTH Ottawa, Dec. exact date of the conference between Hon. Mr. -Melding and Hon. -Mr. Patterson, re- presenting Canada, and President "raft and Secretary Knox, represent- ing, the United States, in regard to the reciprocity negotiations, has not yet been fixed, -but it Is believe'd it irtll 'be during th second week in Jan- uary. It will be held in Washington. President Comiakey of the Sor he did not hear of the trade he was to make for Catcher Carrigan and Pitch- -er Woods of the Red Sox, but now that tie been informed of H he will try to jto through with. it. Yours respectfully, Robert. Patterson, M. P. for Macleod. Dear Santa Glaus: We hope not weary you hear- ing from us each, year, but we are ever. You have always been us in the past.when you got to know of us. We hope this letter will reach you, for there are a lot of us who will not have much of a Christ mas unless it does. Christmas is! the one day" of the year when the poor hope for something- a little better than usual. We hope the spirit of Him whose birthday Christmas is will guide you to us for, we know that you are doing His work in helpin; to make our Christmas brighter. Yours very respectfully The Poor. w Dear Santa Claus: We do not want a great-deal in our stocking this year. But we would )e glad if you could-put in our ng a bumper crop for next season, the Canadian Northern Railway, a bridge tbe Belly river, a street car ayi- a post office, a technical school a resident -judge, the Dry Fanning Congress and.a commission form of Theie' with a few such at a day electric give me nothing more suitable than' a good stock of political independence I used mine nearly, all up in the cam- paign and what 1 had "left vanished as I entered the Tory convention, I need a whole lot to square myself with the people of Alacleeod. Please be generous. in the residential district, natural gas You Will Find a Clean New Stock for Gift Selections at Roseborough's Newjewehu Store In the Royal Bank Building Corner of Redpath and Glyn Sts. See our dainty Solid Wold Lace Pins at Scarf 'Pins, 14k, pearl set at Fine Enameled Sash Pins at Bargains like this in aU lines. H. Roseborough Manufacturing Jeweler ;