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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR LETHBRIDGE DAIET HERALD FWDAY, BECES1BEK LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD UTAIUtHtO OCCIMIIH 1MT by tVlntUj Cs., Ltd. fcil at Ita sIRca, (tract, LathWIiH, AlbtrU, Canada, rHONd 1221 W. A. Ht-iltlng OlncUf T. W. QUAVIK JOHN TOHHAMC1 feMlrv PHONIt CIKUllllM And 1252 I war I aonlhs. I delivered I mcnlh. OMLY KATKt J ftu. kr t matt 1 nonti, br u M stittti. kit WU THE DAILY HEKALB FOK SALE AT Hul Crow Dnyr Book J. 0. ertion Co.; JicVtoa ft O.; Alexandra Hotil; Drue Eton; Kenny 4 lllln; HO.U4 Cltajr StMd. T J- Dlim'nd D'Are. Mtilcln. Hoitl D. rt Mnr- Fhr Co.; Cruirook Ccmraur- New. Uncttif McCrw; MltcheU Drat Co........ BrM.' VincouvW WorM Kewi Co.; M StrMt tf JunlMos Ken Ca 705 GMMy (JfiMJ LAkt Hotel. O ken Amcr. Leidlct Book Ud Kewi Store. 1OA Sth AT.. West; World Co. flnchir World Co. deri. World Ca OUK POINT OF VIEW DISTRICT NEWS Five more days of 191S. One hundred before we "IS" Who In five days Lethbridge paw under i government. What it bring forth. form of civic U is time lo start greasing the wheels of the water wdgon. for the annual wop of resolutions, Tlie is generally heavy for a few days. Now if 1914 will bring about a government at Ottawa and good times, much of Uje hard luck of 1913 will be forgiven. The Calgary Herald says trje of the .spellbinder in the arena of politics is on the wane. Possibly it-has reached tha' conclusion since R. B. Bennett has failed lo land a portfolio. The intimate personal knowledge of the Minister of Use In terior and some of his officials is revealed in the letter of Bruce Walker promising seed grain on credit lo homesteaders in the Hazlemcre district, Many a crop has been reaped since there was a homestead in that section. THE WEEKLY HER.M.B' tdnndar in t'jht a Kvtt fm. ud entai f aewl of i jilt In tdracee 11.00 BODtht'ra J EXTENT) THE GLAD HAND. D F. G. Fetherstonimugh, in an address lo the Empire Club at Toronto, of''which lie ex-president, stated that Ihe fishermen on the British Columbia coast knew "even- inlet shoal, every deep channel, and every, adding "and the majority of them are, I understand, reservists of the Japanese navy." How would Ihrce Dreadnoughts in tire North Sen .cope with (Ms menace? be afraid to extend the hand and wish those you meet s.Happy New Year and festive holiday season. It may sound ilst if you do not mean it, bul do it ariy'way. The fact that you keep on saying it will come to have "a fine toning result on the dis- i position. IHs a great thing for this old world that men stop fighting .each other commercially and politically, yea, and relig- ioiisly too, Jong enough to express good wishes. It warnis the heari.. It gives some tone to the doctrine .of human brotherhood. '_ It be a. thousand pities if men should grow to regard the custom as It is the reverse of that; it is the very quint- essence bif wisdom.. '.It is (he savirig'flavor which teeps us from going bad. Interest in others' welfare. Ihie that the other i is rushing towards you with the intention of saying it flrst; "5 irhe'beafs you to the diecry 1'samp.ip If f ipunds good. It'is the lie of good felloTOhip i holds men 'What a fine old custom it isV there be halo for ihe rria'n or wqnian who started 'the custom. That Toronto castle huilt by Sir Henry Pellatt is a monu- ment lo money- What joy can a man have in a home requiring the attention of fifty servants? True this castle will UaVe two billiard rooms, a bowling alley, a- shooting "gallery and- a big swimming pool, but the money could be made lo do better ser- vice if these things were donated to a public- Of course a wealthy man can do as he likes with his money, but lo Land WOOtFORD U to have a lumber C the. kfg riuh that vill made Mclntyre next spring, and the amount ct lumber ot- ter the buildings ot tbe tto are. going Mr. __ has time, by fore- lock is fueling a yard right Mr. Sprigs business, and is building himself a Mat three- ;oomed.cottage north ol the McTUjh In tbe Oweadale district was a happj occasion lor the sters ol the public school. An Mttr- tainmeut was held in tbe school on the alKrnooa of It was thought best owing to the distance some would need to come to have the affair in tbe alternoon. A program was presented by the school'pupils and enjoyed bj all. On Cbrlstrnis evi in the home of A. C. Dral'e a Christ mis-tree was held. At both ot these functions, Rev. D. E. Cameron a Cardston, was aa invited guest am helped to mate tlou a success. Woclford has been known principal ly for its wheat, but there has been t raarksd tendency toward diversifiec farming of late, and in addition t several shipmfjits ol cattle this fall there was shipped out "ris t Gainers Limited ot Strathcona, three cars- of fat sheep. 7he shipment wa flock ot Dr.- Tanner and Jlr BecWI. Mr LinRuard, manager oi the Cit lea's Lumber Co., has been red to'the ot the Let' bridge yard of company, and le on- Wednesday" to take up his ne duties, lie will be missed at Woo ford. Mr. and Mrs. W. ar visiting at the home ommeudahfe. Sir Wilfrid Laurier made a noble call to the young men he addressed upon the occasion of his visit lo Toronto University last week. Here his words: "My young friends, go out into the world lo service. Make the highest thought of civilization your inspira- tion. Problems (here are, hig problems.' Tomorrow, Ihe day after tomorrow, it will be your turn to grapple with Ihem. Serve God and your country. Be firm in the right as God gives you to sec the right. "You may not always succeed. Progress is often punctuated by reverses. You may meet reverse, bul the following day stand up again and renew Ihe conflict, for .truth and jus- tice shall triumph in the It is to be hoped Young Canada will heed these -Out in the wesl here it sometimes seems as though majority ol young men were loo eager to look aflcr the material Mrigi and neglecting an intelligent interest in public affairs. The Canada of tomorrow depends upon Ihe young men of A .life p) public service is a sacrifice it is (rue, but it is a sacrifice for counlry and should be considered greafsr than Cold Weather at J. S. Roue's S ore Now U the timt Itr luch comfort! >i A.VIA.TION CAPS AND HOCKEY TOQUES We have a grand selection ot these In all combinations ot colora as well tha plain hsathsr at prices renting t from 50 up. Our Lined Olevet are also of the vldeet itnfee and by tho 'makers at to meet purses. For cold wedlhsr comforla you cannot beat, JAS, S. ROSE PHONE MrtUular Man'a 3rd 3. UBERTA CLOTHES COLD IN ONTARIO r. Clark, M.P., Glvw Practical moptuation to Ontario cf Salu :'ritvt' Climate Ihe Ottawa, nee. Michael llarlc. M.P., Hed Deer, stepped off tne P. R. train from the west on nig rrjval .here at five o'clock this morn- garbed t WedneiSay and Thuriday he and hree of his icns played cricket In bis home. He was surprised teat the weather waa ao cold here. Dr. Clark ntade sorae commentB on :he financial sUuntlon. .''The financial crlila all over the jrorld it due ly the armament ht said. "What I mean is that European catlorji have been spending for Increasing their arma ied touequttiti; are unable money for tie development 6 Canfda or any other new Clark h en to Nova Sco- tia where he will address numbe of political meetings next week. H l remain In'tbc until parlla menl opens. Are Cheapest by the Box BACKER TRANSFERRED Dec. 0. Oillc niahagtr of Ihe Imperlnl Bank, Re baa been promoted to Kan looH brfnch, B. C., one ot tlid mo Important branches of the bank In th weft, with a staff of eleven sselstan under him. Mr. Uaac, manager ot th western .Branch ol imperial Urn Kdraonton, will succeed Jlr. Gllleisii manner al Red How you smack your lips over the delicious tang of a golden "Suukist" orangul Breakfast be a blank without it. the finest selected oranges grown, Swdlssi, tree-ripened, thin-sVinned, Bbreless. Picked, wrapped la tissm jr, and packed by gloved hands. Cleanest ot all fruits. "Sunirjtt" Leraont on mod Meats "Sunkist" lemons nre the finest Jruil selected from best lemon grovta ot CaUtornia. Mostly seedless. other lemons. Orange Spoon OammfeW A-l Standard Sibtr plate. heavy. 27djffercatpremiums. Per this orange Epoon sent) 12 tradernarta cut from ''Sunfcisl11 orange or lemon wrappers nnd 12 cents. "Red Ball '-orange and lemon wrappers In remltlloK.send nil amounts of 20 cents or over by postal cote, or express money order. Send your name for our complete free "SuakUt" prealum circular frcmlam Club Plan. Reduced at yoar by the box or half-box._____________ Address til orchis for premium silverware and all correspoadence to CAUFORWA ntunr cxowas UCHANCE Ewt, m. The Scott Fruit Limited LETHBRIDOE ALBERTA WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND THE CROW'S NEST PASS. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. NAME .Crow's Neat Bxnreas 114 Crow's 1Z Flyer 11 Soo-Hpoliano Flyer ess 667 (US KO. 513 5U 11'. 512 oil 661 see so Lxxal Effective Oct. 26, 1913, ARRIVALS rnosi DUE TO Annivn ........Kootcnay ........Medicine Hat.................. 4.35 Paul Hat ..................16.45 ...........................CoutU..........................19.15 "..............I............CaiJston ..........................Calgary (Altferarde branch) NAME FOR DUE TO DEPART Kelt Kxprcsi............ Medicine Cfow'i Meet Exprcis ............Koolenny Landing.............. 1.45 SopSpofcano Flyer Paul 'C.lf, SoO-Spokaae Flyer 6.25 Local ...........................Medicine Local Local ...........................Coiillt........................: O.JO ......................17.45 Local (via Aldcrsydc) ;