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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1^ III: LET 11IMMI >0 l-. MoKlin, of khe same I'lty, and ronsldorifolc spnre Is given iti the newspapers to notices of the event. Rnch. ncrordlnfc to the slulo-nionts made, has been th-rough the dlvoree court, which seems to ho Olio i-cHsoii for the Interest shown In their doliiRs. t'nclety ilocs have Us pecul-iniilies. T"' E fVnancial loss to the country I on*-" 'i'O' 'he gain It has pm Hard Facts A Renfrew Opinion i I Ivenfrew .lournal.i ; It remains to be seen whether tliose outside influences can work up ieiiouRli steam to compel the Conservatives of South Itenfrow to oppose Mr. jGrnham, even though those who have I usually done the hard work of the jcainpiiign have wished i'br pence and ; no contest. We have not seen any-Ithinj; yet to lead to the belief that any member of the local Conservn-ihea will go liack on the agreement made by their reprcsentntlvo men in South Itenfrew. gani/cd counter cheers. Man Is a flghtinK animal, and It recognb.es at sight the highest type of Its fighting kind. the re.iecflcn of reel- aside. !iud In a practical spirit adopt It is . tlirou.uh ____ proclty is dailv proclaimed. | a rational tmde arrangement. Fa'rmers im some distance on this,"" wonder, then, to hear ministe.s of [,' , , . . ., , ____ the late government still showing nn- H.deof the inlernnllonal lineuie pay-i^j^^^^^ .-edprocity, and the Ing :in pei-.cent. a bushel duty. and|,.j^^^ ^n^, fji^ the same itosl- are making from one to ten cents pfir bushel above what they receive in '^lanltoba. With regard to barley, (here is a difference of per cent, in favor of the Minneaoln farmer. It Is" estimated that it would take i'M> bushels of b-.irley to buy a gang breaking plow la .Minnesota, while it takes almost 1.400 bushels of the tame grain to secure the saino In Winnipeg. The prices uuoted for wheat of the same nuallty a few da.vs back was 21 cents a bushel more la .Minneapolis than it was In Winnipeg. With facta such as these con-tiniiftiiv coming before ua. it is no {oollsh dream that tlie country will tion. No! that this is iieedtd. for though the battle is lost, tbose who have fought the fight still believe in the wisdom of the policy. But It Is essen-rlal that the- principles of reciprocity certain ] should be held aloft. If not for uny otlter reason, simply on account of the causes which helped to defeat it. The verdict against the measirre was described to be "a triumph of tear over self-reliance." It Is not too much to hope that when fears are shown to have been grotindless. and are uccordlngly dissipated, common sense wlR in the end prove triumphant. The West Pays the Loss .(Regina Loader, t Wheel of the same (|iia1lty was only worth -'1 cents a bushel more in -Minneapolis yesterday than It was In Winnipeg; oats were worth 8 1-2 cents a bushel more; No. ^ and No. 1 barley .'iT.and t;? cents a bushel more rc- A Ruler for Persia idreat Falls ^'rlhutic.l Onco the greatest nation in the world, Persia, now only � patch on the map. Is threatened with obliteni tlon. She has yielded to all the Kus sUin demands, but this dons not ap-liear to satisfy the boar, and the kill ing of a few Ilusslan soldiers hy out raged imtives Is being used as a pre text for fnrthe,r aggreslon on Russia's part. This mny^mean that Persia Is to be govcrnetl by Russia, but another solution is suggested hy K. C. Oetslng or. a writer in the Oriental Review, He points out that Persia is badly In need of money to develop Its resourc es, and sugsests ,a way whereby this cotild be viccoinpllshed. and at the same time Russian aggression he somewhat checked. "The cnsiesl way to get this mon ey." says Mr. Celsliiger, "is for Per sia to approach the dozen men in New York city who represent the to bacco trust, the sugar trust, the e.K press trust, the steel and Iron trust or the smelter trust." These men will gladly furnish "^the money Persia Take Your Choice They are all the very'be8t IIOIJHEH 7 room fully modern house, facing nonih, corner lot, fireplace - |,'!,000 - terms very easy. r� room fully modern cottage In RIvcrview, price fH.COO -easy terms. f. room, fully nUMlerii honso . on llruce street, iirlce lll.noo --I500 cnsh will handhv balance cawy. S room, fully modern house on Ith .Ave. South, lot 40 x 225 feet with garage. Turnis. Apply our office. VAC.'VNT ' viT\ LOi's ; 2 lots In Hlock 11'2, �1575,00 for the pair. 3,7 1-2 feettlrackitgc, Hlock 12, $6,000. pt when, in viewing the aggregate of ships at the Naval review, during tho Cloronatioti, tho has said iliat. if necessary, he wouldi vaM'lous visitors from -Now Znalund, be ready to stop a liullnt in the defence oi the lOmnire. 'I'hat Is not what we w-dnt. What we renuiro is auch men wlm can get out and mfllto the other tellow slop the bullet." S6uth Africa and Australia could point with prWe to various cruisers, and designate them as their contrlbutiouB to the Imperial Navy, while Cnnndu had no representative. OUR POINT OF VIEW that reflects an uncouquered spirit. At last he seemed to have talked "of all things and some others," as the scho'iiast h-.id It, and could no longer avoid .Manitoba. }*ilenco fell. The'' Iho'naands waited. The splendid old man stepped forwnid, gave his cont a fling, and launcherl into an argument about tho Chlgfiecto ship railway. It w-,ia a inignificent defiance. It was a plain refusal to be bullied. Bedlam broke loose, but tho old g'iadiator never budged. iNot a line of his face soft- Some Correspondence "Mr. Thompson prosonts his compliments to .Mr. Simpson, and begs to request that he will keep his plggs from tresuassing on his grounds." ".Mr. Simpson presents his compliments to Mr. Thompson, and begs to r^tjuest that in future ho will not spell plggs with two gees." "Mr. Thompson's respects to Mr. Simpson, and will feel obliged if he adds the letter IC to tho last word In Two Kind* of Heada .loncs and Smith ran into each othi er and humped heads. "Oh, how you made my head ring," said ,lonc8. "That's a sure sign your head is hollow," replied Smith. "Why, didn't your head ring?" asked Jones. ".Vo," answered Smith. "Well, that's a sure sign your hwid is cracked," replied .loncs. Boost Lelhbriilge! I Calgary is importing a city clerk. I Well, the liuniB made kind sometimes Us cold but of comae its so ilry one | is not tho best, doesn't feol it. Tho work of orgnni/.ing for the Dry Kiirining Congress is oil to a line slurl.  l.ethbvidge will luive tlie great-\ ohi t.ciugress of all. This . aeuaonable winter weatlier Slielis a seaaonahle s'lring and sum-mc-r. I,etliljrld8e, the lioinu oi ^lio Dry Office: Hull Block. Warehouie; Ford St. Telephone 753 J. B. TURNEY ^ COMPANY Wholesale SiipplU^s ami Kqiii|iiiieii( FOR Hiiildors iV i^Miti':i(;tors-^Miiuts J^tillK LETHBRIDGE-^ALBERTA Northcliffe's ExclUdve War Story Lord Northcllffe, who began his career as the iiroprlelor of a wretched little penny weekly, callcfl Answers lo Ccrrospondonts, now owns the Ijondon Times, and pretty nearly every other newspaper and magazine in I'lnglund. ".Northcllffe," said a New York man, vvho onco worked for him, "is a hustler-an original hustler. Take this Turklsh-lluUan war, for Instance. ".Northcllffe, when tho war broke out, couldn't get any news through from Komc, lie iniiulred into tho matter,'and his Rome correspondent got word to him that the censor was conBOTlng nvor.V darned thing he wrote. "Northcllffe then sent back the mes sage: 'Make censor our correspondent.' "And from thai day, by Jlngoi" said (he New York man, "NortlicUffe's papers bad an txcliiHlvo war story every b'lpssed mornluis," not have some good MOOSE and YEN rSON while you have the opportunity ? We ttill have a smiill quantity of choice cuttings Phone your order before it is all sold The quality is A 1 a A. DELANY 4th Avenue Phone 452 Everything in Poultry on baild this week ;