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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LETHBRIDG'E DAILY Wednesday, January lo, 1913. r lethbridge daily herald ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 'y- / Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing /Director T. \V. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Buslneas Manager PHONE: Editorial, fleportorial Anil Newt Department 1224 �" PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 12 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered ....... $4.00 1 year, by mail ......... $3.00 1 year, 6 months, delivered ..... $2.00 3 months, delivered..... $1.00 1 mouth, delivered...... 35c. 6 months, by mail 1 month, by mail . $1.50 25c. Addresses changed a3 often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug & Book Store; J. G. Robertson & Co.; Jackson & Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drug store; Ksnny & Allin. . Macleod-Toung & Co.; R. VT, Hamilton. Pincher Creek-B. J. Mitchell; D. McCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardaton-Alberta Drug & Book Company. , Fernle, B. C.-Percy Beat Medicine Hat-L. M. Northam. Cranbrook, B. C-Beattie and Atchlnson. 'V Claraaholm-i-Q,;'!!. Relnecke Diamond Clt*-Diamond City Drug Co-Vancouver, B. C-World Wide News Company. Minneapolis-Brown & Brown, 219-4th-Street Spokane--The Jamieson 'Naws Co., 705 Riverside Avenue. Also on atl'C.P.ft. train* THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight 67 more pagf& and contains a summary of the news of the week, local ana district I year in advance......... .Jl.Sp 3 months in advance ..... 60c: 6 months in advance........76c Monday, arid in the following .week there will be one held at Carmanguy. The debate has started again at Ottawa and It is a safe bet that it will be some time ibefore it ends. The backdown of Mr. Borden on the Canadian navy policy which he advocated' two short years ago is one of the most humiliating spectacles of Canadian politics, tt is truckling to Quebec extremists of the worst kind. The formation of a Children's Aid Society should prove of immense bene-1 fit ifvt'ne work is followed up as it is i intended to be. TheTe Is no work | calling for more whole hearted sym- pathy nor none more calculated to benefit society. The saving of the child from the' slums or from the undesirable home means the saving of a citizen 'worthy of the state. s The proposal to urge Mr. Pat Bums to divide his interests and to erect two plants instead of one to replace tnat burned in Calgary is well worthy of serious thought. Mr. Burns, If a good case were presented, might be disposed to.give the proposal consideration. It would be a bfg help in the matter of serving his large market and also a protection against a complete tie up in the event of the destruction of'either one of the plants. An Aftermath INT VIEWING the statement in the Loudon Morning Post that, if the Unionists abandon food taxes, as their polio-! & w5,J throw Canada back upon the United States, there will be not so much a feeling of resentment against the London paper, as against those politicians in this country who, by their words and tactics, gave occasion for such an unwarranted insinuation. We refer to the policy pursued in feertain quarters during the lafce reciprocity campaign, when annexation "was made a bugbear for playing on 'the susceptibilities of the British horn jn order to gain party votes. In like inanner the interests with their shrieks at any. attempt to 5The:1 Maniioua legislature has open-, efl and the public can be prepared for 'daily, .outbursts of temper on the part / ipf; tjie';knjgbj;ly-:,leader of the house- �' of ^crowded congre- *i v/tr* �� -7 '' ' f if The big majority of Lethbridge rate-.i 'Slow Exit The ex-Hero-1 Ah, my boy, when I played "Hamlet" the audience took fifteen minutes to leave the house. The Vicious ex-Comedian (coldly)- Was he lame?-^New York American. From-.the Store . The Doctor-But, my dear sir, yOu must masticate your food. What werj your teeth given you .for.?. The Sufferer (calmly)^-They were not given me-| bought them. - ^Sketch. - - Re the question of bringing more customers into your store Completely covering a city with one newspaper Is the problem that confronts the shrewd business man. This has 'been solved by "The Herald" which guarantees a city circulation exceeding the number of residences in .. the city. We don't ask you to take �our word for it efther. We can prove to you over the signature of.the build-', ing inspector and the secretary of the business men's association, that our city circulation is greater than one to  every home-no duplicate of waste circulation figures, either. Now, Mr. Advertiser, if you are not sure that the above* statement is correct, call at the business office and ask for proof. When you are satisfied that you can get into all the homes In Lethbridge at the � righi' time of day-when the buyer of-the home has time to read your store . news-the problem of where'to .'place your advertising la solved. One of your big questions for 1913 settled. This certainly ought to get the customers Suite 111 to P.O. Box 1979 J Sherlock Building Phone 1291 j GOOD BUYS IN PARKDALE We Have Several Choice Locations At From $190 to $250 per lot-easy terms oice Building Sites In All Parts Of The City Secure your building site now C. P. R. AGENTS OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL WILSON & SKEITH Reliable Fire Offices Represented by us, PHONE 1343 J Consistency "Wife, take that dime novel away from Tommy." "Then he'll set up a howl." "Then take him to the picture show at the corner. Good film today, bandits robbing a stage coach."-Hartford The Attraction Madge--"Did you have a good seat at the opera?" Marjorie-"Lovely! We were near 'enough to one of the boxes to hear every word the society people said."- Judge. A Snowy Waste "Can you imagine," demanded tht returned explorer, "the enormous ex tent of those vast snowfields?" I "I kin," declared the statesman from -Wayback. "1 had the same, sensation thS first time .1 appeared ^n .puhlic. wearing a dress shirt."-Washington Herald. Maneuvering .... "Bang!" went the rifles at the maneuvers. "Oo-oo!" screamed the pretty girl-a nice, decorous, surprised little scream. She stepped backward into the surprised arms of a young man. "Oh," she said, blushing. "I was frightened by the rifles. I beg your pardon." "Not at all," said the lyoung man. "Let's go over and watch the artillery."-Cincinnati Times-Star. An Original Plea A colored man wanted a divorce on the ground of "exertion." "You mean desertion," corrected the lawyeT. "No, sah, she !.ain't left me," answered his client "I said 'exertion,' an' dat's de grr und persackly. She done exert her,elf to make me miz-zable, sah. Pw it on de ground ob exertion."-Boston Tr.'o?oript. Whpn Shinn Scored Everett Shinn, the painter and wit of New York, scored off an enemy at a tea at Sherry's. To his enemy, himself a painter, of the Bouguereau school, Mr. Shinn said -�'How many pictures have you painted in the course of your long and honorable career?" "I haven't the least idea," was the reply. Mr. Shinn laughed' maliciously. "Some day, then," he said, "I'll come around to your studio and count them."-'Philadelphia Telegraph. Kicking With the Tide Percy Haughton, the football coach, was talking about queer football games. "There was a Thanksgiving Day game In Philadelphia," he said, "that was played in a deluge of snow and rain, with Franklin field a foot deep ;in cold, gray^siush., .T!.. toss, said rather bitterly before the HON, ALFRED DEAKIN .'�former Premier of Australia, who is-xetirlng from pplitlcson his doctor's order. LORD NORTHCLIFFE He has again denied his Intentlor of. starting newspaper* In Canada or the' United Stages. '' galjjje began: - , "'Do we have to play in this fluid?' ".'Yes, of course you do,' was the impatient reply, 'Come, come, you've won" the toss, which end do you take?' ' " 'Well,' said the Cornell man,' shaking his head at the gray waste ot waters before him, 'well, T guess we'll1 Jdak with the tide.'"-Philadelphia Press. e CINE HAT, Alta. The Manufacturing. Centre of Western Canada GRAND VIEW (1VL> miles from City Hall;) We sold 140 high, dry and level lots in this suhdivision at #250.00 per lot-1-3 cash, balance finnd 12v months. We also have the handling of 12 blocks in � the Hughes Subdivision, adjoining the Agricultural Grounds. Price en bloc, $85.00 to Si05.00 per lot; terms.  We have a large list of property for sale all over the city. information cheerfully given. If you hold Medicine Hat property we shall be pleased to receive your listings. . REFERENCE :- Royal;Bank-of Canada, Medicine Hat, Alta. l;j7,'vTJie Rex Realty Go. , .'377,Maiii Street, 'to''^;;'^^J^'"':\^v�#^:-l^r:awer.-'^050r Medicine Hat, Alta, J) ;