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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HKKALD r LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 leTABLUHao naeaucait tht LU.. every lawful evening at Ita.efflec, autK atreat, Alberta, Canada. W. A. atlCHANAN rUI Department '1224 ManaflHfl T. W. aUAYkat Manaflni JOHN TOBdANCe FHONa: Adv.nl.Ine Circulation 1252 DAILY. 1 year, by. mall......... H.M null 1 menln. by mall ate, mm oftta mm aaaireil, but-totfc eas" eld addnwaes mutt. f THE DAILY HERALD FOB AT MatlclM M. North.m. aid 1 year, delivered....... M.W C months, delivered M.W 2 delivered, 11.00 1 month, delivered...... 3k. Addr andra People's Drug store; Kenny Anln. Co.; R. w.; __ J. D. L. McCrea. Bros. remit, B. Bwl. Alto en trains THE HIHALO'. PuWl.hed every in alikt nummary of the newa of Jilt, wtek, 'dlalrlct 1 3 "luc S months in advance OF THE CAUSK6 [j tend to the eitra cost of Hvin is the delivery'system "Of pu jfchases- made. This, "without doub laneans an added expense to jjnerchants, and it stands to reaao {that any elimination of .coat in tbi Direction will reflect on general prleei Tno current number of the Wettern grades Gazette contains a description )f a plan pracUsed in Fremont, Ohio mown as "co-operative delivery." Tbe I scheme wau brought about by reallza rtion that one of the greatest items of in Fremont was the deliver} j plan. It was therefore considered thai jfcy becoming a unit, goods could be in all directions at a much' leas The delivery, company is' composed 'of grocers and butchers, together wtth ,twp' dry goods 'and one .tobacco merch. ;aut, each owning the same amount of .stock. No one own more I stock, than, the'other 'To quote the :wrlter who describes the system; "When .we, organized .we agreed to ;turn in our'- horses and wagons, in- Deluding such other equipment as har- ness, sleds, etc. A time was set tori Co-Operative whlc tke day o abide by the prc. to be stock in ,the waa f .th'e same now being worth 1425, face value.'1 revenue is derived from' the sale of coupons which are attached to order, to be By order to meant or uaeV one buehel one' gallon ol and one gallon vinegar, over pounds two, coupons are .cbarged, .The following is the rate ;of" ry: i To Stockholders: Meat.......................2y It Ok you Quebec NaUooallat. Urr Tbe roemts of tae baaiki fir reveal an era of With wkawt at to may so lluah, Uw Canadian pvopie hare witaia elvu grit to face nd make tb- year compare Ith all pntfc.ieon. A few days- ajo there waa a ection iu South QnAppelU to nil he vacancy (n'.the Saikatcntfan leg. iature cmiiaei'bj' (tie ot Mr. Hanltalk to the Tke never ejected a LJbcral and this time wai ed by majorltr from epd at TaiuMa.to tko other a tmtftl" for reclomelty an la Atka baaca and Liberal will wtere.in the neighborhood of IM mat Jorltr. it li-'agalnst a LJtwral a defeat for rwlprecllj of 160 for a eral 27. J912 THE STANDARD COMPANY OWNERS OF Suite 111 to 115 Shflrioek BuUding P.O. Box 1979 P.W1291 MMiiiX Cemiiila.len Qovernm.nt h'at twel years' -eiperl epce; record (it1 ha. bwi'douc under com mlai'ion fcrernment without In crease In tnSiclty tax rate and out In bonds thoae required ;for protectivj purpotee The vGa_iveiion' plan is very simple and carrlM out basic Idea of In diylduai; reaponalbillty. Jiach con nlasloner is given absolute authorlt; in hla own, department, Mi a president, executive who -Wind" 'i'ojji', HENRI BOURASSA is the of an interview In the Canad Ian Courier, and the Interview leaves him with the Impresslo .jthat he is not BO redoubtable he I jeenerally pictured to he. He Ii ;jnan obsessed witjj ideals in which .fsrtlcularly with regard to the blling problem, he allows national oentl Inent to outweigh anything of reaaqn Speaking of the ueceaaity of the ac of the French language Jkide by side with English Mr. Boor jasin gives aa one of hit reasons tha poiaeatlon of two root iis a tremendous distinction for Can- ada, and the preaervatlon of It win to accentuate the difference be- this country and the United And to perpetuate this dls- iJInctlon Mr. Bouraasa gees no reason not only that every Analo-Can- should learn French, but that ike railway aiesr acroB, ,Canada should have ilgn boards In both English and French. We need not allude to the inutlllty the signboard scheme everj- individual In Canada, If Mr. Hour- advice IK to be followed, is ac- quainted with, both in-nguages, except Sentiment Without Reaion to remari that after all the proposed Wai -DitrayT the real detrre of the editor of Devoir wkloh la to keep In evidence the existence of two sep a'rate nationalities In Canada. So far as preaervlnt the French lantuafe limply to accentuate tke difference 'between and the Mr.; Bouraaaa forgets tie of language Is the treat link whion tke exli'tlnt amity .between" tlie two great Saxon rsees. Anything which tealds o dlailmllarity la to be deplored, for ri similarity between ne two natlena there la the beet guar- antee for tie world's peace. But this matter aside no e but Mr. Bouraaea will dleagree hat In binding a nation together one ommon language plays a large and mporUnt part, in no country Is this more al a necessity than In Canada, HB polyglot population. In one empire there albuld one common snguage, as much as there Is need or- one flag and one king. Diversity f language means a diversity of len- ments, and Is all against the mission f Empire which Is ever striving for lie ailimllitlon of the varied units, within it's compass. means of t _ toe present g rity-jh.t'Rerva bulldliir Jtj' conaequlBce of of tor before that ooejjrrepc. tk, anniuJ lit get had eiceedfd fioo.ooo, Islature wu to isaue bonds debtedness -jioi afcaunted to upwards Here is the The debt has been th.'aeawal and grade.ralaln.; necaaaarx to preven a repetition of 'ef las been carried ftxpendl- nre of "Wf been rebuilt, tke System rebuilt and ,freral muses aratem ex- ended and many re- presenting an etpaa'dltuN of half a million. A drainage provided, costljia; same amount, a number of old Judpaents, Inherited from the'old idinihlatratlon, have been paid, intentat. W outstand- ing bonds has' been reduced near- ly of the bopdei debt has been Airthjs, the mayor fact; that, only change baa btea. rendered Mceiaary 'f the membert of .et membera hate 1901, hiving at each election Since the of Its plan have in cities conj As urged, a division ihouia; th. legl.latlve and If mlBlatratlve functions. Tb, properly. belongs to an elected the latter should be left to cbmm.lMloners elected by tke council but clo.thed wlth.lndivlduil reaponslbllity and immune from all political or ward Interfwenne To Our Insurance Customers _ If you are a user of NATURAL GAS, either for heating, or oook- sng purposes, we wouUl respectfully request that you call at our office and receive a PERMIT f6r the use of same. We would also respectfully call your attention to the advisability of increasing your insurance, as with the lighting of winter" fires, your risk of loss is greatly accentuated. Wilson Skeith C. P. R. AGENTS Bcliable Fire offices represented by us. Opp. Alexandra Hottrf Phone 1343 Defective Memory Aunt do you flirt Can't you remember that you are married woman? sure. But the men can't leap and thre Undertaker "Wean "I allers know'd it. Tired Tatters "Know'd Wot that sign over de way 'Gleaning and Dyeing.' Well, wot about 'Why, I allers know'd dey went terjether." Urgent Waiter (knocklne; at bedroom door) to get up, Help From Little Jahnnle 'Wtat were you and Mr. Smith talk. about in the asked her mother. 'Oh, we were discussing; our kith Sleepy Voice Oh away! i told you 'to call me at replied tbe young lady sir, but there The mother looked dubiously at her COltM "ram Daughter, whrnuupon her little broth or their and I want jourLr, wishing to help his sister, said: On fnw n J op sheet for a table olofh! 'Yeth they wath, mother. 1 beard I 'cm. Mr. Thmith asked her for a kith and she tbald, 'You kin.'" adlan sectionalism and the traditional Liberal pollcy-of-a united Canada; be- tween by party its ..maker does not even.attempt, to defend except as a party; expedient, aiid a policy, founded on snd in accordance with the tradi- tlons on which the Empire Is founded and on nhich It Is and only can be between >a policy which the eyes of the Empire-and the'templre In the eyes of the norld bj saying, m effect, that. Canada is only to defend herself or tie. Empire at aea for a period to. which no time limit Is set, to the amount'of ,thlrty..nve mill- ions of borrowed dollars; and a policy by which Canadian'.industry, second to none, Canadian courage and loyalty second to none, by. Which Canada her very self becomes a' defended part of the Empire and helps to 'maintain British British- justice and British fair play on tbe face.of the globe." 1 What Evidently Appeal r HEN A, STATESMAN change his mind it is sometimes urget in the way of extenuating clr cumstances. that he is following th trend of public opinion. That he ha same right to alter his vlowpoln as the majority has. Without enterini Into the argument as to whethe statesmen in thin case depart fron .the role of leaders and become follow it cannot bo said that Mr. Dor -den, Mr. .Foster anil those who thin: with them, even merit this condona tion for the remarkable change 'which has .come over tholr opinions, in the short period of three years, over constitutes the best naval policy foi Canada. There Is no reason to think thai .their changed views are In keeping with the changed views-of a nation ior BO far as the Canadian people.are .concerned there is nothing to prove .that the majority favor a contribution to the British as planned. In fact Ht'tha present time some of Mr. Jiorden's supporters, are endeavoring to make his proposal appear an ac- fepUblo one by crediting It with whit .must be as popu- lar requirements. Addressing the Centre and South Toronto Con- servative Club, Hocken said that Premier Borden's navy pro- posals wll b found when al has been announced to be of a most sweeping nature. The great super- dreadnoughts which he will have Can ada contribute to the Empire's de- fence .will 'je built in this country of Canadian material, by Canadian labor and.manned by.Canadians, it 1, true tliat the mayor Bald that he believes tills Is the premier's ultimate plan .nevertheless, It shows which way the wind blows when he added that as well t mn.1 be worthy of the support of weakness of the present policy It -sought (o be given strength ,by a vague prognostication that it will her- aid the approach of the true policy. In other w.prda the premier Is accused mlntentlonally by his friends of tern- iprlzlhg with what In' admitted is In Ml keeping with the aspirations'of As to the ability of this country so .res.ourqei, are. concerned to Here ye over 900 new customers for you Natural you advertise for a window dresser." have you had __ !t arranged the window iu the last I was employed at, and evgry woman who passed stopped and look- "That's, something like It You're just the-man -we want. By the way what line was your flrra "Mirrors." In 1913 will go into 900 new homea In Mdilion to orer 5200 homei in which it in and day out during 1912. In Vridpe the cir- culation it than thf of in the city .Succinct and Telling Summary Mr.-.'.Ollver concluded his speech on tW nival'pollcy with probably the moit..'iuccinct and telling summary of favor of the Laurier policy and against the Borden policy yet' given to the House. "I he sold. "In favor of the amendment be- cause It marks the difference between a policy of contribution and a policy of co-operation; between temporizing and decision; between humiliation and self-respect; between hiring out OUT defence to others and providing It for oufielves; between contributing to the naval forces of the Smplre where Itrbntelt .and strengthening them where weakest; between an appeal be Justified In every section on'sound-groundi of loyalty and an appeal which 'appeals to one section practically on the ground of disloyal- 'between the Tory policy of Can- amilies Are Buying "Sunkist" Oranges Enjoy the rich, delicious meat and sweet, Uney juice of ruddy, thin-akinned, .eedlesi "Sunkist" orange'' Have thii golden fruit for deisert and between mealj." Cleanest of all touched by bare hands. All the pickers and packers of "Sunkist" oranges and lemons wear clean, white cotton gloves..' Sunkist" oranges are the fin-- tat, juiciest oranges in the worWf Trte-rjpened. fiberless., Not aexsJ 8117 theni by.theboi or half-box. That is cheaper than buy- Ing by the dozen. They keep for weeks. Ask for "Sunkijt" lemons -T- so full of juics that they go farther than other lemons; kist" or Lemons add flavor to fiih, meats and salads. Rogera Silver with Wrapperi Cnt the trademarks from oranee and .-lemonwrappers and send them to'u's: Weoffer27dif- ferent premiums, all Rogers A-l Standard Cuantn. Exclusive "Sunklst" design. For this orange spoon send 12 "SuBkitt" Oranra or Lemon Wrappers and 12 cents. "Red Ball" orange and tenon wrappers count same as "Sunkist." In renlttlnr, aand amounts of 20 cent] or orer by Postal Note, Poat Olfice or Eipross Honey Order. Bu> and LwmoM art Your Dealer's Send your name and full address (or pranium sheet and Premium Club .Plan, Address all orders for premiums and all Inquiries to (lo Fnut Grower. ;