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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 1. * THE, LE(IPTtjfcBibGEPA^CLY HERALD Wednesday^ January 29, 1913. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1�07 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every' lawful evening at It* office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberts, Canada*....... W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T.W. QUAYLE Managing Editor.- JOHN TQRRANCB Busln��t> Manager'  PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal f And News Department PHONE: Advertising Circulation ' And t Job . Departments 12 5 2 DAJLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J year, delivered .....U'MioO Uyear, by mall ;.. 6 months, delivered ..... $2.00 e ,,,,,,, h_ _-n J months, delivered..... 51.00 6 months, by mall 1 month, delivered ...... 55c. 1 month, by mall . $3.00 $1.50 25c. Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old  addresses must be given. THE DAILY HERALD PpR SALE AT Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drug & Book Store; J. G. Robertson & Co.; Jackson & Co.; Alexandra Hotel;. People's Drug: store; Kenny.& Aliin, Macteod-Youns d rather,than an enemy of the cttyV' x " The Macdonald Bye-Election �rpHE FOIiLOWING GEM -was re-' ftL ceived from Seven Persons, Al-:�: berta.: - - - - \ ' Editor^Herald, v v -v - v *��";.-.-,'  What's'the matter with you and some'more Grit papers?- r-don't hear you bawling your heads off about the crooked work that was done in the Macdonald election! I presume you have crawled in the hole and pulled the hole in i4 after you. >�.';�''��' Yours truly, ,j F. SNIDER. iiOur friend Mr. Snidar apparently thinks-that the defence made-by Ji.-Vi Roblin in the Manitoba legislature disposed of the charges made by the Lib- 4 erals r in" regard to the rottenness /which characterized the -work of Rob-Jin and his minions in.'.was without'ldpubt: due to ;,noi 1 jBoriBiduring thp fran^t facilities wKicli the street cai ijys'tfimftwould kbe; made The City Marked markettwould -spoil all the plans of a oltyf beaiitlfuland* would be out of place if erected there. ' In the cities of. Eastern*'-Canada. and rebels. It'makes a manly Canadian tired-to have his loyalty discussed'fn'public or private places. The whole-business is. ridiculous. - . Toronto figgie-Wiggies (Ottawa. Journal) "Earl Grey, as .afornwr governor-general, acts unwisely; when he interferes, in the domestic politics of Canada. We did.not ask for his Interpretation of  the. trade ,agreement with Washington. : 6. M. C BAKT. SMITH. AMlalmat M r Excellent Buy on 13th St. North 100 feet on corner at $2,250.00. Easy terms We have several choice buys on 13th Street North in blocks 162, 163 and 169 WILSON & SKEITH OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA I^OTE.L c. P. r. agents Reliable Fire Offices Represented by us. PHONE 1343 tlon of the 'formula to the industry, Strange as it may seem,' the Secret wag in this manner preserved tor centuries. For hundreds of years the manufacture wept on in a primitive mountain monastery, until the vast jroflts which the wine brought were much more than sufficient to build a million dollar monastery and distillery at Fourvoirle in 1656. The new buildings were constructed dn purely ecclesiastical style, and until within the last fifty years were supported �solely by the sale of chartreuse, which, owing to its, peculiar flavor, soon ac--quired immense: popularity and was exported to all parts of Europe. When the factory at Fourvoirie was running at its fullest capacity there was an smruarsale of 70 or 80 millions; of "liters -of chartreuse.-; In order to make the cordial the monks were sent out to gather 12 different'Species of herbs, and these were put to dry in . a* wareJionseV ex-rt'ending under, one-half of the eiktlre^ ;to curents ' qf*; air.' The herbs, -were? i^ijaced on {ie.ifiow^ofi^ie monastery I 'and exposed**1 afterwards placed^ in running water, each- kind in separate jaTS, and subjected to heat of a certain varying tem--perature, in order to extract the juice. These jars (or tankB) were -corked down and- at � the end of 24 fhdurs the steeping of the juice was liberated through water pipes of small diameter, and kept subsequently in refrigeration. Then followed the process of distilling. The most delicate p'art of the whole work then was mixing the different extracts in the right riroportions, arid this operation was always witnessed by the abbot, and �was never brought to conclusion wlth-out the celebration of a mass to sanctify the product.  Not everyone knows that the Car-thusiana manufacture three different kinds of chartreuse. Besides the green and yellow, there was. a white chartreuse which was much thinner and which the. monks 'drank diluted with water, and offered, as a usual thing, to; their guests. ; /The Carthusians continued to mon-opilize this industry until about eight years ago. In all these centuries they had devoted themselves to agriculture, constructed school buildings and made FARM LANDS farm '.0an8 FOR RENT 960 acre farm for rent South of Grassy Lake. 4U of Section 20, arid south half of 19, Township 8, Range 13f" Will furnish seed and take half of the crop. O. T. LATHROP Farm Lands Stafford Block Parma Lean* t-|/^yyy>fT^V-ai-t/^ri>^M^^*M***^'^r*r*i* " **^*^*V**r* *i* *lMl*T* *�*|** * *[� f*l* * * * * * *i 1*11*11*1*1 r*l"a*a*M*^- On improved property and for building purposes. . V' , - :  .. ACADIA BLOC& ' 'f'%[ jPHQ^E 'l325 . , CEEPEEAR The new industrial sub-division of Medicine Hat 50 ft. Trackage Lots $400 each TERMS ONE-THIRD CASH, BALANCE 6 AMD 12 MONTHS, J. HARRIS & CO. BEGIN BLOCK and 387 MAIN STREET, MEDICINE HAT. PHONE 1412, LETHBRIDGE P.O. BOX .531, LETHBRIDGE some of the best roads in all Europe, much of the work being made possible because of-the profits of Chartreuse. But'in .1094 the French government confiscated the property, expelled^ the monks and took charge, of tilie manu- facture of this liquor. But this laical chartreuse is but a sad imitation of the magnificent-beverage prepared for long ages by the monks and now manufactured by them, in thetrjiew home In Spain.' - , i ,  OH! THIS CHAN^ElBLE WINTER-By Jasj.^rise. :.>.�.V.'.':/.!>''.�,-J�1i':-..�!.;:,.�'.'.�^��,. -;fi.-\".'." : , :V � '� ;