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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TH E LKTH1UUIMJU DA 11.V IIKRA 1 the best ever! Ciood resolutions are in crnlei'. Rockj Mountnins is "now heing on Within the next eighteen months transcontinental trains will he running: from Montreal to Vaucou- rer and to Prince Rupert. It IB the intention of the Canadian Northern to, carry all grain shipped from Saskat- chewan Tiid to Purope through Vancouver, and then in its vessels through the Panama Canal. This will u a, line the Anatriilia China line or steamers, which will ho put in commission; This is the-kind of transportation' facilities which the. nrnlrte wheat will-hall with -joy, and it means n new era of prosperity to the West? The much desired'competition wH! soon become.a fact, and with it a greater opening of the untilled lands of. Alberia. .jThe, announcement cornea is good news close .to the opening of a Nen do much in keeping no that optimistic spirit which has'done so mjich in the development and enterprise ol 'the West. With the proposed line of the Grand Trunk Pacific completed, it will be.a case. and taking choice Is It.Coming? (Winnipeg Tribune) One of the most degrading thin in the political'life of Canada is the spoils system. It is genuine poiltlcaL barbarism. of'hicii flglit over this spoils carcase every'four or five the Dominion arena, and the struggle- is witnessed almost: every year in on-i? or more of the provinces. To men of sensitive spoils siiecucle is abhorent and. as remark- ed by._an .eastern will admire'the large views expressed by Jfr-'Monk, addressing his followers at a recent, dinner, on-the subject of civil service reform j and .the decision and courage wirhr wlifelrho Thai civil sen-Ice' reform and genuine sort (3 contemplated by the.government is to be.deducted from the words of 'Mr. porden at New York The Woman's Way "Have you 'feati the tho serious "young man. replied fnink can't 'uay-1 have read all of it.' i see; .yen have read] Revtlations." did you "That's rhe way a woman always rends any Star. i Dognlftfa "Humiliation Fido's mistress, lost my _sweet little innocent pet. am so1 sorry- Have you put an ''advertisement .in ihe news- The Moral of Yow IT IS to know Uiat uitlun the stern exterior of our guard lans the law, there lie humane hearts. Tne'milk oT hitmnn kindness Is not entirely absent in tlioae whose duties are associated with1 a neces harrluess.-dealing as they do with tliR aeamy side of human nature. have had recently two examples of this. In one case where a fine was [mid by a member of the force for one who though obliged to conform to .Yonnalllle.1 of Jthe neverthe- less, sufficient .extenuating circinn- sttmcea to appeftl to n certain.amount of sympathy. This sympathy, however, did not extend only to-uttlvfylng the demands of the moment, but took a piactical In the OMH being tak t0 nn employment anil the necessary fee ..paid for securing him work. The eocoiul caso was the up LUe and of unknown known -as Vow Vow at the police sta- tion, to return personal thanks -for favors timely granted. This poor derelict of society'hail, been reduced !o UIL the piodigai son. lie was. found employment by the Chief of Police, and, unlike the nine lepers who. wfire healed, came back to thank and to testlfj to "his redemption. Here' la an instance of; the value of common sense and hu-j inanity in doing good, where .harsher' methods would possibly have tot led, action is. wise, and should 'be-: commended. Reclmriatlon should be; .ho. object in the case of those whoi lavo-fallen down by the wayside of, life, and then! should be a wise dip- Crimination In menus t is .satisfactory ,to note In Yow Vow. Ihiug -mbodlment of the wine iirac- The- Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF orningside Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuUding X I- P.O. Box 1979 Phqnel291 Fido's would be the use? The poor darling doesn'c Kome now how to "Woman's Companion. Evldencs Wanted did you make such a fuss when Percy Billion kissed you last ight? Were you calling for "Frncions no; for Judge., Go i should kiss you, what would :appenV should call father 1 won't, do father's in piucoLts. .to New often even'tho merriest, Christmas has its aftermath jof gloom. Regular and ually 'served up luire in the 'form of! hash. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER v CAPITAL, REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Uank of Commerce are convenient form in which ro carry money when travelling They arc negotiable and the exact amount payable prm- oipil foreign coupt'-'es is printed an the face of eVery cheques are issued in denominations of 520, SI00 and 5200, A235 and may be pbtruned on application at the In connection ith its 1 r cllei s Cheqiics Thy Canadian Bank of Coiniiierre has issued ,i booklet en tilled" "Information of Interest to those %bout to travel1 which uili be sent iree to anvonc Applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. WINTER OVERCOATS THAT ARE THE HEIGHT OF GOOD TASTE OOVKRP.IGN OVJBRC.OAT8 have a Qnalily Imilt into them that the 'average clothes maker leaves to Hit custom tailor. They are the Your Ctothltr To Shew You LatMt for TAft Sotuon ;CLOTHl W, E, SANFORD m. LTD MANUFACTURERS HAJIIiMOII WINMKC Xonsoling you liavts say Tv'ftf3''en ibiirglars la'atVniiiit ami :rab bed of SSOO of ieweiry." wasn'-t quite so bad us tbait. The assewed valuation of nearly-as I can remember, was only ;f' The Praying Ones .Dr. iMujemlip of, Or Hatcliffcs and Dr. Chase.bnco'p.issed n jovial.ovening togclher. "Here cried Katcliffe, "here Brclher. Chase, -we' drink, io all the foois tliat are 'your patients." I 'thank you, my wise brother Rat renlied, Chiisn; the Cools ami you come, to the rest of the Life, Af a iGRtnrc >n economics mentioned the fact that n some parts of -Ainerica the num- -was larger ;han that of women, and he "I can, therefore, rccoiii- mend Tin.1 ladies to emigrate to that part." A young Ionian tiwa-U-d In one of 'Vlic.Iast rows, of iho got np, :f.nd, full of tiiiiignaUon, left Ihe room 'rather noisily, whereupon (he lecturer remarked: "T did not mean lliat-jl shoiiM be.doiic inSmch a Onion Bank of Canada Pald'iip Capital Undivided ProfiU Aciftts, 1 London, England Office, Street, E.C A Branch of lins been established in J ondon, EngUnd, at Xo jr, Thread needle fatrecl, K C v here Ivettcn of Credit and .payable it all important in Canada and the United Stales, ctnoe and Money Irnnsfers arrtnged A Room K provided for the convenience of clients of the Bank in London, lo which their mail may he Correspondence solicited c J M.C Office: .Mull-Block, 755 Warehouse: Ford St. J. B. TURNEY COMPANY W Wholeialc Supplies i N FOR (tifililers (.V Mills ;