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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK I.ETH1JR1DSE DAILY HEUAI.I) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published by the Lethbrldse Herald Printing Co.. Ltd.. every law. ful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE: 1224 Miniglng T. W. QL'AYLE ManiBlr.g Ed-lc- JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered si on year, by nail J3.00 delivered 6 by mil 3 ir-onths, delivered. 3 by malt' 75c 2 months, delivered ___ 35c. 1 moalb, by mail 25c. t-Iilreses be TME DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Bros. Vancouver AVIde World Co.; XeKs Stop. Granwell Street........ Spokarier-Jaroiescm News Co. 70S Side Avenue. Grassy Hotel." Booi Stores J. G. liob- erl3on Co.; Jackson it Co.: Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Dns Store; Keaay .t Allin: Lolhbfldge Hotel Diamond Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat Hotel. Maclead A, Ii. Fersusba. Beattie it Mur- phy Co.; Craabreofc Book Edmonton Provincial News Company. Plnchsr Dr. Mitchell Driif Co'.' .Co- hen News Aseccy. Boofe and News Store, 103A Sib. Are. West: World News Co. Plntht'r Station Edward Et News Co. Knol- den.. -News Co.. THE WEEKLY HERALD Publishes In or mora contalu 5-imir.2ry of news of tr.t weekv local and district 1 year In advance-.....Jl.OO months in advance 60c llu- cily iiiiil tlislricl will tVol Hit1 impulse' of Hip spi'ml in-' lercsl of llul cui-iiuiMlion. The I1. H. interests iu the cily district it is of UK-II- policy to lest remain charges rather limn sources of income. the Sfttlt'iiicnt of the implied hell will conic the co-relation of cily antl ami there is no iloubt of the iutrnlion of Ihe tn ni'.ilei'hilly cnccnirafji1 iiit- development of Ihu stuck yard. iiiS plants aini cold storage industries here. The company will ulso undouhlciUy generously second any industrial policy llu1 city may institute. The year pusl has been one of careful building for the future, l.elhuridsy has noted mistakes made here anil clsowlieiv. Then- is a healthy disposilion to avoid pitfalls in the future and to ad- vance with the natural development of an exceptionally rich dis- trict rather than to force holhouse growth and sutler subsequent blight. Lelhliriilije people have every reason-to feel proud of their cily. of its appearance, its conveniences, and of thej solid foundation laid for the future to come. Let ns pursue a sane development policy and with our unexcelled silua- lion, tremendously rich resources in coal and ugrii'iiltmtil lands, there is no reason why the cily should not become one of the model industrial centres on llu- eontiiK'nl. We. liave the sluff. All thai is needed is that the people use the stuff wisely unit well. OUK POINT OF VIEW Have you become backslider already? Is your New Year's resolution cold or hot today? The Montreal Mail says the naval proposals of the govern- ment will not even be mentioned in the speech from the throne at the opening of partiameni. Evidently llm emergency has van- ished. Toronto daily papers recorded a al St. Catherines 'nllendcd'by one' hundred farmers in evening dress, and the Sim- 1 cue Hefurmer remarks that: "Tliev are the sort of farmers that! went to other day 16 urye Rordcn to keep the duly on wheat." A GLANCE BOTH WAYS. N EW YEAR'S is', stoek-tnkirig lime, and in a look back over the story of the city of Lelhuridge can he written in Bright colors. There is no atlempl al denying but that Lelli- The iale Hev. J." E. Starr, of Toronto, was dcvoled to his work as magislrale of the Juvenile Court in Toronto. He wanted lo live to serve the children and he was certainly one of the men Toronto conld ill a fiord to lose. When preparini; to go lo the bridge felt the effects of the general depression, but that il.fell j hospilal to be operated upon he said: "1 couldn't die, you know, the effects Jess than other places is in marked evidence by a con-1 for I have all those people dependent on me, and plans for'years trast with conditions now prevailing'here and elsewhere. There ahead." Beller to die wilh those words upon his lips than lo is no disposition to gloat over depression in other cities, hut in j throw up one's hands in despair antl declare life in this world view-of the fact thai there has been a persistent effort lo place! isn't worth 'vvl-JIc. A real life of Ihe best of Lethbridge in the classification of cities as "dead" it is about !mcn and women, and dealh to them, is a barrier, which prevents time that this slander was refuted and the cily given credit not I on with their'service, only for holding ils own, but making substantial progress. Leth- has submitted to unfair classification quiciiy for policy's sake. There has hecn a certain fear attracting nn army of un- employed here for which there would be'no work. Other cities are teeming with unemployed :md large sums of money sire bring spent in providing free meals to able bodied men anxious for worli. There was a lime in the history of .Canada when this would have been charged up to u political parly, but the Herald has no.-such motive. .We are willing to admit that it is due lo economic conditions which become uncontrollable at limes, and 1'fiss on to placing Lethbridge in ils right position among the oifics_or Ihgovcsl.-'.TIus city has not attracted population as rapidly .as some, other cities, hut it has nol lost ground, and the fact-thai it did not gain more rapidly lias proven a blessing in disguise, for we have not now hundreds of men clamoring (101 work or bVoad. I-cthbridfic has gained in population but nol so j objection, be livable to provide-work.for Hie great majority nf the people, tn Ihc winter there is always'a certain amount of unemployment due to climatic, conditions, bur taking it nn the there is less unemployment here than in any other western city and the prospect for the remainder of, the winter is exccp- u'pnally bright. 'The facl that Lethbridge bus heen slow in rc- An Ollawa despatch says Ihul Ihe plans for Quebec province uit. causing trouble. The job was lefl to Her- bert 13. Ames, M.P..for St. Anlninc division of Montreal, and it is said he proceeded lo (irranye for thirlcen scats six English and seven French. Thcn-.llic row began ..and it has.not ended yet. The French element in Ihc party 'objected, slren- uously and as the story goes the Postmaster General put A man of his own lo dp the carving in such a way thai Die Conservatives will get the best of it. One of the Ames propositions was to put a chunk of Complon represented by a Conservative, into the county of Beaucc. The M.P: wouldn't stand for that, and Mr. Ames, as the slory goes, was told to leave the Easlern Townships alone. The Montreal man planned out Mis-i ANUAKV t, UHI PERFECTIO; COCQV Not an article on your pantry shelves combi so ninny of the real elements of a complete foo COWAN'S Perfection COCOA. It tempts the digests easily. ing. Prepared according to direcl.jns on the label it is a perfectly balanced food. ICc. LB.-X I LB. TINS. AT ALL GROCERS MUCH CARE TAKEN ON TRIP FROM BE EX- FOR ITALIAN POOR Paris, Dec. 31.--Thc return today of Di Vinci's Lisa after nn absence of two years and Jour months was made a ceremonious occasion by the French government. The picture af- ter traveling from Florence -to Home and thence to Milan under careful Italian guardianship, committed to the cere of the representatives of the 'French government, Henry Marcel, EIGHTY-FOUR YEAR OLD PAENT MURDERED HIS TINTED SON Taris, Dec. 3i> extraordinary tragedy occurred in Paris tonlihL A popular English vaudeville performer, known on the staje as Harry was shot nnrl by SS-yeJr-olJ rather, Victor PotL Frapson had dined at a restaurant, and on the way to the theatre at I nun sr which he had. Tiie feeble shaken, and soniett'liat wav tho police conJ :ary. He hsd bo-.: the revolver, said, with Tbc hecnu.- His in a to appearing, czlled to the at ihe he occupied tests. Tcnish his aged father in the Ilou de 'a. was accompan Fayette. He fcund the door bolted and rerrcacljr- nd .was kept uailii.t; a long time be- j ore II was opened by h's father. High janj tho insued and sudilenly the father did nol nr.uersi to ail control of himself. Ung a bullet t. covering from Ihe effects of the Icnglhy coal slrike and a year of adverse crops lias been in many ways the uC-st possible Ihing for the cily. It has caused the introduction of a policy of caution, with the result that (here has been laid a solid foundation upon which to build Ihe snpcrslruclure in the form of a large, pro- gressive ciiy in the years to come. Over-boosting invariably leads to rc-aclion, and when the re-action comes ir, a period of Hon. T. White, Canada's Minister of Finance, talked to der close observance all the from Milan to Paris. The picture was enclosed In a thin oaken" ease bound "with straps and le drew a revolver and tho son fell with a bullet In his head. The report or revolver- brought o Uio scene those living in the ad- oir.lnj apartments and the noljca foe son was hurried to the Lariljois- ere hospital, where he died; ino 'ather Was taken (o the police station. Ihc. insurance men of Xew York Cily recently. He had" soine- a lieh' l Ihing original lo sav about Ihe best methods to prolong the life! On (ls arrival rnjaiet, di- i i i 11- rector of French national ruuEeuin. and enjoy good health. His mlercsl m Ihc subjccl was box containing the paintin? edly aroused by the physical strniii of political lifp, al Ottawa, jan-J can-led It to a naliins automo- compelling him to look fo: means to in good health vigor. His reiiiarks were as follows: "It seems to me thai (he o lno rlaEh lishts of a financial stringency, it pinches hard as some cities have learned, to Iheir sorrow. Lellibridge has been boosted, but it has nol f been over done. Heal values have not become inflated and lniluence noi solution of the question is to make them play more, sleep, more and eal less. If we could introduce liinse cardinal.practice-s into the lives of our business men in this busv, material age, we vcrlfiecJ Its genuineness. would do very much for the nphf ling 01 the nalion, the improve- u was aftenvards ca menl of ils virility, and for Ihe benefit of life insurance. So, i The portrait was then taken to the national or fine arts where Leon N'onuat, the head o' the school, and several of his colleagues officially as a consequence there has been little or no rc-aclion during the year of money tightness. There has been no slump in real cslale jj values in Lclhbridge. Properly-is holding firm and thai is con- siderahly more.lhan can he said of cities in this province which have been vaunted much above Lethbridge. It is an old saving "'hat all filings' conic lo those who wail, and in facing Ihe -J9J-1 it looks as if this cily slarls less handicap limn any of its competitors. The shutting down of the money supply has caused a-lull in building construction but whal work has been done has been of'a subslnnlial characlcr, and Ihe buildings erect- ed fire nn asset lo the conmiunily. Tlie new Post Office. Wesley Church, International Harvester rind olher.slruclures involved it "larfic expenditure of .money and stand as tributes In (he solid character of the cily, as well as the vision of Ihc future. Wilh j ;m cifsing up of the money market .wjll come a revival nf this industry, but even though the figuius fur 1913 show a decline, Lclhbridge has nothing In be of and for general appcnr- lince. shows up ns well'as. any cily in the province, and much superior to any cily of similar population. Induslrially Ihe past year has been a good one. All the industries in the ciiy worked steadily and il was one of the best years in Ihc history of the mines. What (his pay roll means lo Lclhbridge few oillsidc cities appreciate, ami il is doubtful if at limes it is fully appreciated al limne. The prosjiccls for Ihc future in Ibis industry arc partic- ularly bright, ami wilh the rc-opcning of flic Diamond Cily mines and Hie opening up of new beds of coal, the value of Ibis jjrc-al industry in Lethbridge could hardly be overestimated. Lelhbridgc has also developed as a railway ccufrt- and Hie c.vlenl of Hi-.! inipryvc-iiu'iils made by IIic H. have mil as ycl begun lo dawn' on'thc city. Tlie company have been accused of iioglc'dmgHuYeily In Ibe'pfisl fni! fliere is every evidence lluif llic turn of Lcllibridge bus come, and Ihal in (lie nest year or It was afterwards carried lo the of Honor o( the school, upon hung price- to take a message from me, il is to use your immense ot had not only wilh others, bu. with yourselves, and play private view of the r.lct'iTe be placed on pubHc view days. An admission fee more golf. am nol sure thai it would be more valuable for Mph officials were then permitted to nalions lo subsidize golf grounds Ihnn railways. suggest golf as a useful more, sleep more, eal less, drink less, if you like. I think more men kill themselves over-eating than I is io'he charged and iho rnoney'tliua over-drinking. It is literally (rue for a great number of our lo among illation, thai they dig their graves with their Iceth. If eal less, and sleep more, I think we would be would play more, able to achieve Ibi Thai sounds sensible but we. fear the lempcrancc people will able to achieve longevity in Ihose who have achieved middle age." enlcr a strong objcclion [p Ihe statement that more men kill themselves from ovor-ealing than over-drinking. II must be re- membered that lenipcianc'C in all things is the injunction worth heeding. LOCAL TRAIiN SCHEDULE NAME Crow's Nnst Kxpre Crow's XOEt Koo-Spokane Flyer Flyer Local Effective Oct. 20, 1913. ARRIVALS' FilOll Koolenay Landing McflEclric Hal DUE TO ARRIVB 23. K5 Ixxa! slC NAME Crow's N'csl KxnrcEB.. (.'rft-x's Nest Soo-Sr.okace Flyer Soo-Spokano Flyer I-ocal J.CK31 Local fit. I'aul j C'ranbrooh in 20 Medicine Hat 15.45 CoiitU; ;.13. C.irdslon ;o. Calsar> (Aldersydc- branch) ....13.C5 DEVAKTUKES ran DUE TO DEPART Mcdlcln-.- Hat......... ...........Kotittnay Lanrjir.g........... ...........SI. Foul ..23.50 .......Molinno Hal..................15.30 .......Crjutls......................... S.Jo .......I'fir'lslon .......Calory (via Aldcrsydc) lasle'rjrtei TVyO MAYORALTY CANDIDATES cor.ttil for the Ottawa mayoralty has narrowed down to Mayor .1. A. Ellis, M'.L. A., nrJl Taylor McVcity. former city solicitor. Aid. and ev-Ald (Hack (ailed lo file quali- fying papers, and announced their re- tirement. There are nine, candidales for the lour conlrollcrships. ition of committing fe haii bEcorci! nn- u woniaji 'tc of iiro- declared, his son the samp r.-or.ian m for helping him Hr. io kill liimcIS fired al his re explain. TJie janitor and that they had and sou tiuarrc- I.. What rasscd he but Instead ptit- !iis own tcint.'.e he Why, ho could not 0 aparlment hrvjEG 'Jnr.ed tho r-olice 1 heard Hie falher but nevor dreamed such a tragedy j ible, 1n view of the afie nnd fcchitl of the "Suiikis at Spec SCRIPTURAL-NAMES POPULAR No oilier country possesses BO Kng- I0nd. nntl iheac Jericho np- to he the most popular. Tlio name of'Jorlt-Iio (Igurca six limra on the- ordnance maps, .Parades five llines.-'nnd Xlncrch, Mount Xlon, Mount, Ararat, and Mount Krihriam llirco tjmcs each. In Hertfordshire there is a Calvary Wood, nr.rl in Uor- a Jordan Mill, of Carnhriugesliirc a Xoali's Ark, and Worcestershire ti .Moab's.Wnsli rot. Other Kcrlpturnl names Bcattcrcd nbont the country aro Hebron, Jow.i, Mcihlclicm, Jcra- salcm, fjldeon and llcrod. Dally Chronicle. The best part of b juicy, thin-skinned, seed orange. "Sunkist" or finest, juiciest, wotf del grown in the world. Buy them by the box or are imd keep for Ciircfully picked antl packed by plovccl Iwnda The cleanest of. (nnt.i. Trce-ripcncd. _ Use lemons on moats, fish, poul Thin-skinned. Tho juiciest, finest lemons Rogers Silverware Premiums for "SunUiat" Trademarks Cut the trademarks from "Sunlctst" orar.izo find lemon wrapp-rs, r.nd Knd them lo us. ueoacr differeut 5-v.vrw.iro pretniutr.s J, Rcgin Slc.nct- ma cilvc- p'tUu. EjEclusive "SunUst" iiS .fast is a 'Sunkist" 3 arc the oranges economical (K Mttl. over by postal order. I co or Sciul youi- n.lroo and lull F (idtlrcss for oar Irco premium circular nnd club plan, ctclrcsg all nrdcrd (or premium snvcrtvaro nncl till correspondence lo' California Fruit Growers Exchange 105 King Toroalo, Onl, Acldri m The Scott Fruit United LETHBRIDGE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBfeRTA A NEST PASS. AI.RERTA ;