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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta r-AGE FOUR THE LETHKRIDGE., DAILY HEKALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1913 4JTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMCER IK' Puillihtd by thi Herald Printing Co., (.Id, fcl ivinlnj at Hi'office, Sixth Strut, Canada. j appeal lo the I'rvmiiT lliat it is (lie duly of the government to I break some of Ilie'tsritr 'shackles which are relarxlinfi the de- velopment of the west and give the country a chnuce to mnfce great forward move along expansion lines which. so eloquently describes. The Herald docs not take a blue ruin view ol the future. We believe (hat Canada has a future >-hich will -PKONll Kivi OtFtfmer.l 1224 PM3NEI CLrcvllLlva An 4 1252 DAILY SUUCRIPTION HAYU 1 jesr dellTerri '......HW 1 kr t defend 12.04 t montta, I conths, delirorad 3 nontbi, ay auU......73e 1 moatb, delivered J5c. 1 month, by mall......Sic. ctuwed u oflu u kit totk M >M THE DAILY HERALD FOR 9ALK t CTOM Drul Book Store; J. 0. ertson Jaetsou Co.; Alexandra -Hotel; Fv> fit's Drug Stort; KEBBJT A Allln; Brta. Vanceuvar Werll Neva Co.; KaTA Shop, 445 Granmll Strut........ 7fl5 .Hirer Slda Araaue. D'Are. Hit AulDlkofa HoieL D. Ftriuaoa. A llai> POT Co.; Cru brook Book Compinj-. Ken Coapuy. PIncher McCrM; illlclMll Dnn Co........ Hotel- Book all Neiri Etott. IMA. Elh .Wnl; TVcrll Co. Plnclor. Malm St. Kaol- deo. Kewi Co. _ THI rctCibll eierr la i.'iti'oTTjfcw! "ni rJcnmBrr rf Df WMfe i jreu la 6 niDtlu to. the world willi its richness, and the extent and rapidity of de- -tilopnirnl, but before Hint can come lltcre must be a removal of the restrictipus are holding (lowest seriously and winch is finding a reflex in the hundreds of idle men walk- ing the streets of eastern cities. THE OF CHRISTMAS. WHITTLING VttterJay f arl OUR POINT OF VIEW Merry Christmas. All good little children will go lo bed early tonight. .Another big bunch of Canadians are slated for knighthood Tire "blawsled" middle cUues will soon have to run to cover. Owing lo tlie absence of snow Santa Glaus will make rounds of Southern Alberta in an nirship. tlw Camrose has struck natural gss in commercial qimnlities. Hades seems to have a number of sub-basements. Don't gorge yourself tomorrow, will fed better the next day. Follow that advice and you A man in New "York was fined in police court for trying to convince his six-year-old son thai there is no Simla Clnus. Served him right. He is a human cucumber. May there be no home in Lethbridgc in which-there is n stained eye tomorrow. Every child lias n right lo a visit froiii Santo Glaus. A warm of the hand and a pleasant smile is as good n Christinas gift as you rim your fellow men. Do it to- morrow. T and peace, are for all (iriie associated with the feast of Chrisliuas.' Since.ihe. days when, in the fields by Helhlehem, the angel announced the birlli jo! the Christ-child, and Ihe heavenly: choir proclaimed the dawn of 'peace and Mpcifitious havt remained niankind. Ou theTwenty-fifth day of December, wherever Ihe cross .Jivhicli symbolises Christianity is recognized, every child enters liis.and her kingdom of joy. The spirit which at this season JReluntes iis older folk mike this possible for one and aU. Indi lidual efforts arc backed up. by-public appeals, and Christmas .funds prochimjiol "only the existence-of'kindliness, Ihougiilful- Sut that with each" succeeding festival the Eenliinehl of Christmas grows cheering nnd'en- coufa'ging for it shows.thai wo'rtd.is live up .to'Uie ideals the "day reminds .We are, for the matter, of that, ail.c'hildrcn at Christmas, for of mature.years cnlcr in reiiiJEJsMnceirito all the joys of childhood. ;We can picture all the. delight the day held .for us in the beaming countenances of .those some'of us may be fortunate lo have around us, and jo enter into the fulness of thai spirit without which Christmas is not complete'.--'-We may-have chang- ed.n'jtich.from' good toV participate once more, even in memory, in liappiness which Christmas 4- ideaJs of childhood are connected wilh peace, in-'ils free- cJorn from those perplesilies which 'are. lo assail those of Jailer growth. And so Chrislmas'day our minds that for.'which the civilized world has been hoping since the era of Christianity. It may be true thai the records of history hardly jusjify-a'lirm faith in. fulfilment of Ihe Christmas message. Bui to tiie thoughlfut there miisl come home the truth Iliaj. Ihe prevalence pf-.-warSj Jjecn. lengthening of peace, since the dny when'Ihe'sign of the as it.is said, flashed in the lienvciis, and madf ils firit imperial con vert to Chnslianily in'Conslanliiic the Greal race; have-much, lo fortify a belief iu Ihe ultimate issue. Defore another Chris.tmas'dav comes round there will fall, appropriately on the eve of. the the anniver- sary of the Treaty of Ghent, denoting the period oT hundred of pence between I wo nations of (lip same slock. We welcome Christmas with all.the joy it brings, in its dc- ?iaVs lo youngsters, and the .liappy home re-unions whicli jn_a_rk the feast. ..MiyjilV'spjrit Vnl'cr "irijo jhe houscholds.of'all our readers, and_lo fireet- of peace; cpnlchtmenl-a'rid happ'ineis! :'V' :JJ 'CPEAKlNG.'.al a.baiigiielj iu.Montreal, jhd Premier staled lhal M.iin Ills firiiej.'ba4 and lhal Ihe Sir Mackenzie Bowell celebraling his ninclielh birthdny. Many iricn of seventy lack the vigor.of miutl nml-borly of this fine old Canadian gentleman, -i If Jlr.-Bprdcn.is-going.to give a-free entrance lo the United Stales for wheat, why ribl'indiide bariejvloo.-1 II would be a great boon to Southern Albcrla farmers. tlian ih_Ht Miv out to be a trite prophet, jor it wJlUtakefai speaking (o convince' that the fuml limes nrc -jiail and that have dis posed of their; whcnli Dml-bllier prbrjiibl's-an'd. have lo await an before they iirc'in a position'.tb'hjiy. more thnn Hi '.hare necessities. 'To thai IlieyhaVe the sires nre '.WcJl, Inif i( i ncgotiahlc at ihe bank, and Mr, Bortlcri-'i-ill have lo the west before much slock.is taken in his posl-pramlial oratory IJ.inay lie Ihaf (hi Premier see.? the glinf df beyoii ll.ip.clouds but he miisl surely realize.lljai Hflljt'lrje western farm of Ihe easier raWories_dcpcndcnl on'wcilcr'n It mn lethal money will become easier ocean: and Hint Ilier .will Ire more cash for railway building plher Wrk, and if so it will prove welcome for Cariadn cnn stand a lo rnfyrc developing without Draining.resources, by long odds tin 'M'fil varied and wtallhy in Ihe world. J-.P'.'Unat there can be general prbspcrily imlil ihe fatraers limn they ..arc now, no man hclicvcs who Vnpws''any afid, i 13 therefore-' should The Emperor of Abyssinia is once again reported dead, This olentate, on Ihe Darwinian theory, miisl haye'doscended frpin a at. His iivUs'u're numerous. v in.- The acting governor of New York loc] i (he ousting.of a.graft .Tnn'i- lanv knew its man. A farmcnjliipped tliiirly cars of pals to Mtit- eapolis, paid.the duly and netted two ccnls a 1ms e. could ect in otil.how'muchJrii bushel more Uian 'richer lie v'oitlc avc been if he could have put the du_ly in his'.ov.-ri ppckel, ns been the.casc.under reciprocity. (By PclVr McAi-thur la' Tlie Toronto filotw) the Wi lave no arUitlc Mtllert cowadiya. It la yoara elnco hare SKU baskeiltlnf, and that there are UIN course or stain to be died up la tie table before >e aeitle for wlqie'r. _ I got eo absorbrt lo my work hit before I got done Ihe iwrtplraljon aj.dripjilng 1 never sallied that whllUlns wu such wort r that ti man co-Jld get so much oy from seeing the pleco of wood ake torta under his knife. We lose navlnj-'ab much of o'jr ..._ jj- turning -Mines. Tie work maj- to Joue more rapidly, but here is no Joy In it and no artistic What me wllltlln- was Ihe sceaBlly of pulUnK a new handle In n-'lije. 'Sorae-ambttlMs'Eplltltr bad" drlyeu'Ihe blade into'-a-knot and had 'ireiven" tie handle to It'dut. -There mari some easy tay-'-of. pelting the end oC an axe- laadle out of the eye (that li what Eomo-people call tut I never famed-It. was afraid to- burn It tec alove' for fear of taking hj'ternpef out or.tlia an, KJ 1 s'oaked oil and let1 If long li would. That did Co good.- Then went at a-big'tpike, aiia br aboring It -for a "cb-jple ol hours -To7malje Bictlera worse, Iliere' Iron wedge ih Ihe end of the or'kccplog at It got It out. The hew handle was but as I had been careful not to gel'one !hat was" cross-grained. It falrly lo trini. Hrst I whlitlcd it down .o-almoat-the exact slze-ot tho bole lo.be fitted, and.then said" Tlie'C rlf will iihaiicinl the )ominioii at Uic coming parliament... They shouldn' eO.il. jjvnaijjnp'peprilf V'ould njosl like .this willi llic firtcen million voted last year. The new'Minister of Justice seems lo be opposed to capita lunishnienl asjhe is consistently.commuting sentences lo deatl o will now'bi'txpcclcd that he will inlro uce u measure' to abolish 'capital punishment altogether. T Tlie pnlilic rhectih'g' bi ated Canadians for interfering in the nffairs of Ulster, arid he hen proceeded lo.dehounce Home Rule. Somebody ought I lefineicpn.sislcncy'lo this'gehlle.man. Jimmy Duff, Ontario's Minister of Agriculture, th ligh price paid for eggs. 'The first thing he knows if lie persist n such Inlk'lie 'wil) be, the 'target for a feiv of (he cold.'sloraff find thrust at him by indignant consumers wfio can't IVi lixury of hen fruit al present prices. Gimli's mayoi: acquired one of. llic finest beaclics 011 Lak Winnipcrr from the Doihiuion govcrnm'en'l for, ?750. II is said be'worlh and the rcnson lie got it so "cheaply, it is.a'l- cd, was because he wits' a pblilical favbrite. The Gimli people 1 egcd, very indignant over Hie1 came'up for rercleclion .this ifcck wnsliailly dealWBS the campaign.: The Calgnry; Herald is in ils new buildiiig, 6n6 Tincsl iri Canada. The He ust'd style of nrchilcclure frpnrtlie Tliejnierior, al least that portion.used liy the-Herald, is provided with every niodeni and device necfia.iary. in-.llic conduct of a metropolitan daily. CnlgnryVill have lo grpiy con- siderably lo pul the new Herald office and plonl in lire out-of-date ARIGHT MKKK-Y CUHISTMAS May You Start the Xew with an Oiitfli- of Health, Wealth, and Kapplnefw I JAS. S..ROSE PHONE (Thi Particular Min'e Wiar-man) (Of 3rd Ave. S. No, 065 No. CG5 .THE TOWER OF BABEL NOW ON VIEW UNIQUE SHOW XMAS OP AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS LIST Wines Mummi ChAmptgM, MMt A (White Seal) Nath. Johiwton, teutefn BxrtMi Outltr, DUN Goriton .Sherry Sturkllng Bu'ryiindy Hirt-li.n, Thrte Stir Port. Crcft Walnut Port SjirtM O'd Port Crown Old Port Liqueurs ArMr. PIccn MurAMhlno de Mtniht Creim de CACAO Kumcl Winurnli Mil-Mill Chlinle Bernird'i Otnger Wlni for lidlM. Spirits ALL BRANDS OF Whlikk. Cognact G.lni ALL SOFT DRINKS. lo drivo H-3iome-, I am.nol e la hung 'e uiii tare U to tb'jplit wood.. Somrtlniej I man- :'to' bit :tvlce. In .Uifj II, so I do'nbt.tbliik I niado very-bad Job or It. I couldn't do any the old handle, and !t-wu ptit In by ab i A.fier Lhc axe had'been tested remlbded that the 'swab-itlck of ttte broken, and that 1 had sfltd (hsl sijine' dew one. It had been found that II was Impossible to Eel a' at'any of Ihe locjl ilarei. Tbe lusl of riHtling being 'upon me by Inls decided to upderUke (he job at occf.; In Ibe'good old-.days we itsed lo whittle our own ramroda and and