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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIIMIE LETHgRIDGE DAILY HERALD d by the w W, A. BUCHANAN. MANAGING- AND PHONE- PHONE- _ d 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,K "1 year, by mafl 11.09 months, delivered '.I9 00 i delivered 6 months, by mail IL7S fconth, delivered 35c j 3 by mail ..We at desired, but both ntv and muat be WEEKLY HERALD .W8d3esday fn eight or mere pages, and a of the news ox the week, local and district s Crow A-Book Stiire, J. G. Robwt- son Johnston Jade- ....eon, Alexandra Hotel, pies Drug Store. Co., R. W. KamiltOD Plncher J. Mitchell 7D. L. McCrea. Bros. Book Co. Ferrue, B. THE DAILY- HERALD FOR SALE AT Granforook, B, Atchisoc. L. Grassy Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, 8. Wide News Co. 213 4th St. Also on ail C. P. R. RISING ALBERTA AUTHORS HE EDMONTON JOURNAL con- a comparatively unknown man at Ver competition public opinion when it aayg hit at the legislature did not r ten per cent'of the electon of his IfJie.doubU, there is only one way. in which h can find out. Patterson of Macleod willrfiad tha ten per cent of, the'voters do' not con stitute a majority. If he does no realize it now, he will when the ne.x election, .comes, around. Caros Wslsh, of Brampton, is a prominent Orangeman, but when an anr.i-tecal optonist pelted him with rotten eggs it was not witl the idea giving him any "Orange" decorations He got the color not the senti- ment. A minister sold his 'vote for ten dollars, which is- a strong argu- ment in favor of raising the salaries of ministers in that part of :the coun- try. A movement foot to make Justice Hughes, formerly -governor of New York, the Republican candidate for president in 1912.. Will he for- sake the honorable "position he occu- pies for the turmoil and uncertainties of a political life? shareholders-.of the 'defunct Bank w'tlLfind that being a shareholder of a "bank is expensive when they pay the. double 'liability as required by law. they would lose their monopoly! When he addressed the delegation at ;'0t tawa, ho hintsd that there might be difficulties when it came to exchang- Ing In 'other wofdr all parties bad opt yet agreed t to tiie farmer's demands in that respect. Disclaim Toronto's Reputation, (Canadian Courier) In the West they look Tor-! onto as a goody-goody town which is tring to impose its ideas Wednesday, December 28 and Toronto was chosen .with out any reference to her virtues or latest "er tjle residents of otner move is in the direction of getting an Mnd enongh to accePt this nto and the Lord's Day ie desires some refreshment, and inds that he is in a dry town, he again damns Toronto, the Good. It s much same in the Province o? Quebec, where the people have not] he strict puritanical ideas approved the Protestant Churches, and 'to smaller extent, by the Dominion 'arllament: All this is unfair to Tor-' nto which has fewer virtues than. the. seem to think it has. Tor- ritot is quite as wicked as ty in Canada, altlk.ttfh its wiclied.' ess differs in several particulars, oronto happens to contain the head uarters of the Lord's Day Alliance md the various reform ie Protestant churches, but-Toron- to's fellow-cities should not hold..this. 50 x 142 1-2 on Burdett Street Third balance 4 and 8 months 7 room house, modern, close in, Easy terms INSURANCE Life, Accident, Fire and Plate Glass. If you wish insurance of any kind call and see us Freeman MacLeod Co, Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 against her. it is an accident headquarters must be placed These.! soize- ducts a story each -winter and it 'is assisting- iinaterially to develop ths .liierary tastes of Its readers. This year the -was participated by but the-'second and third were won by Mrs. .Arthur Murphy Miss Katherine.Hughes.both.of whom have-'writteii" books and .are frequent contiibutorjB _to magazines and news- .many contestants and -the leading .The first prize winner'must prizes were won by stories of real lit- be "iind" in order to out- :erary merits. The first prize went two clever writers. CRITICISM OF ROBERT 'PATTERSON, M. P.P. SOME TIME AGO THE HERALD thereto. This coming as It does! .took occasion, to criticise the that .supported Mr.f "V .action of Hobert Patterse-n, the .Patterson strongly in 'his campaign! member" for Macleod in the legislature :as-, exhibition of independence that "and to "state that his action in ".'-'Cerent _froni that exercised consistently; against the elected _ j tMhN'plea. The Advertser in. the A. firO. W. patter ..was not ap-j recognizes ithatMr. Patterson-has lla ie great maloritv of his ,._ _ hospital.- It "Is. -a' good, move and should'be taken -up with energy. During the two- years that- he associated with the Light committee as Hatch gave splendid service and the efficient condition of' the fire 'depart- ment at the present time is" diie in no inconsiderable measure to the- atten- tion he has given it The equipment has been improved- until today this 1 city has some of the most modern fire appiian.c is a 5stor In -addition the "the dir- chief, and" at no Lethbridge the fire Good-Bye to (Chicago Tribune) _ The anti-whisker campaign 'begun by the Emporia Gazette now embraces the whole state of Kansas and ..threat- ens to slop, over into the neighbof-ulg proved .by the great majority .of. hi Now the -Macleod Adv'erti- comesotit eorrobor- ed, himself ,up. with the Conser- vative and has apparently out of 1. W-clear that atterson .Ticifc. represent ths opinions of his T'' electors: and. tblt not their re- presentatve- In" the real sense of the word; on.-the largest issue that is C. P. R. is to-be commended for ,orr Macleod disapprove of Mr. Pat- terson's- series of votes on this ques- logical.-way -of -dealing Tvith the comedo-tiVAdvertiser percent, of'them approval of the member's action with, j will -Mr..Patterson do? recognizing the .merits, of !-k gopd offi- cial :-by promoting -'.Superintendent Taylor to a general >sttperJEntendency. His departure will on this division, .courtedui treat- ment -and consideration. of "the "public had made -hini ...very.' popular but Ms promotion. Is' deserved and a host of -Heraidfin, .offering M CHINA'S STRUGGLE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT ESTEREST HAS BEEN .taken In the -growth of the de- maud" In China for constitution- al, government.- Opinion, is divided as to the falue of the reforms promised iby the rulers -who, generation after generation have held despotic sway for centuries. It. is frequently stated are promised, Inaugurated that manipulate .them them of no real that -the and in a way the rulers can 'BO as to make is no doubt as :to the .awakening desire on the part have the the people progressive nations of Tie reason why they are have is the world. Hot even more insistent than they are changes seems to be a fear of an outbreak which might allow for- :eixn-. nations to get a foothold in the This interesting question is discuss- ed by Frederck Moore a well known newspaper man.who is studying the] -situation'on the ground for the Morn-' Ing Leader, of. London, in a recent article he said: "The question of 'taxes, civil appoint .could-iDe turned by the atrth But the country is now. under saner -direction. Think- ing men realizing at last that the wav to corns back -by their own is the wav of; the; irtiich Japan emulated her _" glory-. "Legation' quarter "of Pekin 'is not so ..sure 'as the majority of Chin- ese" that ;the" new government wili bring them to Jpower without an up- heaval. The Japanese Minister, for one, has pointed oufthat new parlia- c IOB feelings of the. people are given voice for once usually bring their train of international--complications, -But ad- vice from Japanese is received by the great majority" of Chinese "with sus- picion. Parliaments entail eapense incur them, and the tendency to ter expenditure "on1 the .army, railways, the savy, and other impro- vements, strain to 'bankruptcy this old land, not well organized and with ancient methods of taxa- tion. Customs duties cannot be in- creasedwithout the consent of var- ious powers" aid such restrictons by From j Favor Land Off (Cannangay.STin) J5very town ioVthis 'section of commonwealths. In Kansas the .bafc tie rages furiously, as battles ajways rage In Kansas, and the Gazette'is-op-, posed by soine of the ablest in the stilel It complains that Its op- ponents_are unfair and that they seem to be unwilling to consider whiskers as an institution distinct from; man The issue Is again one of insurgen- cy against established Institutions. Stubb, Victor Murdock, Will 'Al- len White, Walt Mason, and other leaders of the revolt against. Cannon- ism and the tariff are all moonfaced men, without the shadow of a. :beard. All the standpatters are- shaggy dogs with their features, more or less .ob- scured with Jungles of hair. Old .-Ed. Howejilone_Temains upon thellfence. He, as we" recollect, sports a stubby brush upon his upper lip. He refuses to side of tie dispute Atchinson-is-; neutral. The census enumerators _ found-. in Kansas, including man in Olatirs and two "lady .barbers" In Topeka. There-are twenty-six.Bar- bers and two "tonsorial artists" Emporia. As "we Gazette -has recentiy sounded all the Kmporia barbers upon a plan "to vertise in its columns. The barbers? .00 down and 10.00 a montli Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to f 150.00 PER LOT Southern Alberta. be "behind W. A, Buchanan, :P.. for Lethbridge and wish.him to Induce the provincial': government to estarbUsh a office in Lethbridge, Alberta-is :'growlng so last, especially 3n.. part hat Is "too -big" to satis- actorily by two-'land- offices. We can think or no reasonable argu- ment against look, for: the gov- ernment to a '-ItSiS' titles of- fice in Make Out Good Case The Lethhrtdge 'board of trade are union agreed that there might Vbe something doing in that line For full information, call or address wities Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Bmlding Phone 1291 ..v w u v 'Tile wait "was more than Gazette would begin its crusade again- hours long and conversation flour- st hair on the face. We hatet to.niake this exposure, but it had to come. For the sake of a few display is" said, the Gazette is trying to'dragoon the Kansans into the -barbers' chairs. Ciov. Stubbs, iln return-.for Ical support of White', is said willing-to force; through the coming legislature a .bill tax'jg aU facial worn below the eyes. These are alleged to be the 'facts in the case. The -blow, declared the standpatters, Is aimed at the. chief characteristic of Kansas. Win her sons stand for this? Wili they con- ished-at times. One knot fell to dis- -cussing'-Roos e velt '-'The. secret of his said a that he is a good man." "That makes me' think of the death I of replied, another. "When In his coffin a. neighbor looked, long at his face and then said 'He was a good man, j -rlJT. I 'He was she repled. It al- yays tuk more than two cops to han- dle him." Kents, and other purely internal af-j foreign, nations enjoying extra-territ- lairs. Which held atTonHnn nHal the attention of iOimcrly; to subjection of all general Interests of State, have of late been relegated to an unimport- ant position. This Is the point made privileges in China, will prove t AA. tit C the bloc in- the Tzucheng Yuan, ese fear and more trying when the nation's humiliation is voiced wth oratorical -emphasis. "-But if there is one thing the Chin- ue saorn of their noble crop which made Kansas of "the opinion that the "value of to 1100 an acre "for lands is the crop which made Kansas fair, and in substantiation of t-his Perhaps not The spirit titude, they have: circulated" copies }of old.John Brown and Senator Pef- of letters from T" Ttf "F.-vn-na ,-.--i.fer still marches nn TTIOII- of letters from Tl" M. sti11 marchos rigatipn expert for 'the Alberta may" way arid Irrigation' Co., lead field, correspondent of the Dominion, experimental farm at Lethbridge and C. W. Paterson of 'the C. :P. R. Co. whis- these men the. tory. on. Their oriflamme standpat hosts to vic- Uatest on Jonah A few months ago a Methodist prea- cher delivered a discourse on "Jonah" at La .-Center, Ky., in which .hs is I All Users of EDDY'S MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by over Russia after the war, -.erroinates measures till that of a 'fertility of Irrigated" land cannot be ignored. What Sir Wilfrid Did Say (Montreal Wtness) The last' shot the frightened pro- tectionists are able "to, fire -at the In- vading farmers is to assure them that they are entirely disappointed, that their mission has been unsuccessful, that Sir Wilfrid Laurier has told them that he is under .the dominion have said: When.Jonah leftj he hit the groud a-runnin', i and Started full tilt for Nineveh. One1 of the sisters looked out of her win- dow, and saw a cloud of dust down T r0ad' after looking intently j-jlgiltS 'tGj.ier. husoand: ,-j Believe in my soul'yonder comes. Brother Jonah.1 went, out to the door and hollered 1138 L J. Eilo'y, Co.r limitBd, Hull, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them Mother's Boy 'r'Well, how do you think you'll get said the sergeant to a recruit in the police force, had been told y AU liiatca 4a cue uuiilifliurt .esponsiwe twelve years hence. After :heir enor-Sof eastern interests, and, much as he f WM i____ i like to, he .really can't do noth- off for nigbt duty. "Oh, I'll be all right I" he said. "My mother's com- ing round with me for the first .night or two." it must be remembered that the depu- tation had spoken for some four hours and very few minutes were left to that which swept try n Boxer days. Such a E at least holds sway amon tbe mass One Look Was Enough The life of a. "back door" pedlel must be a varied, sometimes an -ex mercial Tribune. Tact is an essential quality if one wishes to stay in tho business, and tact is what one of the Walnut Hills ;y eminently possessed. He rapped timidly at a certain door "Good, mornin', Brother Jonah: what's your" hurry." Good moram" answered Jonah, without turning his head. "Where you gom' 'so fast, Brother to he replied. "'Well .stop and take dinner with us." "Ain't got time. Three days late now." "Oh come in and get your dinner, Brother Jonah. We've got fish for dinner." "Don't talk to me about said Urother Jonah. "Don't talk to me. about and on-he went a-clipping toward Nineveh. o Neu- federation of Labor also received ope WrtMr f if vote." each. Cflaries R Murray leader Kockefeller received one-vote for. jus-1 of Tammany Hall got one Vot- for nee or the -state' supreme court 'in the state treasurer. .4 t assembly Aa- the other elector cast" one vote ?or the j Mrs. Annie Eui of Vancouver" took late Russell to be lieutenant a fainting spell; off governor. For secretary .of state j broke her neck. John Mitchell, formerly president of Two Voncouver aha the United Mine Workers and, Samuel president of the American Hard, of 13 and are mysteriously missing. POINT OF VIEW Now that Christmas is the headaches gone, it Is time to start Bellevue. .imting New Year's resolutions. "busted" for Christinas, who can span money to help-out the suffers rivals the Fourth of July as a day of tragedy. There are a'lot of people in Leth- -who do not bu Tbe fatalities iron this cause are numerous and distressing. Robert Jf. P. P., say "ne Hacleod Advertiser does not was now on, that in-this Itnejthey might get something by treaty 'if no't by tariff amending, that the 'GcTern- ment was entirely with them n their alms as to the reduction of duties and could guarantee them that whatever was done with the United States, the British reference would not -be weakened. For a speaking responsibly, and therefore with extreme reticence, there was a great deal of encouragement in this Sir Wilfrid had in the West said that ing flung open the door and glowered' at him. "Did yez want to sec- she de- manded, in threatening tones. FAME'S PATHWAY "Veil, if I he assured her with an apologetic grin, "I got my vish, thank you." Tribute to Casey A good sized squad of newspaper men, citizens and merry villagers flanked the entrance to the Taft sum- be did not see why there should mer home at Beverly, and kept their William Sproule, who came over! from Ireland in the steerage when a and-1 found employment running errands for a news company has been elected president of the Wells-Fargo Kxpress company. He succeeds Fred- erick D. Underwood who -has been managing director of the express com- pany since the death of Col. Dud- ley Evans. Mr. Underwood who is president of the Erie railroad did not corne over in the steerage, but about tUe time-Mr. Sproule was a messenger boy he was twisting the brakes on n gravel thain on a western railroad. Does Not Strain the Eyes Don't use a small, concentrated shoulder. It puts an strain on your eyes. Use a mellow hght that cannot flicker, izes the work of the eyes, such as the" %lvts> avoid eye strain.' tli that M shade-holder held firm and true. A nor burner c 2e! Made of solfd brass and finished in nickeL Easy to keep polished. The Rayo is low priced, out no other lamp gives t better ughc at any price.- Once a Rao u e nearest agency eft'tit The Imperial OH Compan ;