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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE XETHBRfDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CSTASUISHEO DECEMBER Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evecicg at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN. MAX-AGING DIRECTOR AKD EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Rcportorlal, and Newt Dept 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 DAILY'SUBSCRIPTION- 1 delivered j l year, -by mall _ .1 delivered ____ ctanged of ten -asT desired; but- both must be 'ana old- WEEKLY'HERALb ,'.v, Published, every Wednesday .in. or. mere COD tains: ft-suoiaiarjs of tne news of -the 'week, local and "district. i year, 'in, advance. f Lethbridge-i-Red; Cross Drug Store, J. G- Robert- aon, Johnston Alexandra -HotaC'Peo- pits Drug.- Store. _ _ W.. Pincher p. L.; Drtif Book-Co. B. Seattia M. Nottham j B- .TCid'e'rNews '.B'Arc's- sis R.' SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Off In the world A.D, 1710 BI-CEMJESAMT 19 1O HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND i ji Toronto. B. SI. Blackburn. Brancbv Sun of the .tew days is making the smile .on the fanners'l face broader than ever. None of the numerous rumors jjjloat concerning the appointment of dis- trict Judge suggest any move by which Lechbridge will have a resident judge. That is the point the "here" are interested' in. the Toronto. University .students In, Lethbridge lei't-town Saturday night Their bodies were "here, .but their minds and hearts were down_in the Queen City, shouting of'Varsity. Side Lights Verbose r- said ;the editor, ''you use too many words. You say 'He was poor, but honest.' You have only to say that he was honest. yoV ;say, 'He 'was without money ami without, friends.' Simply say. Avas without you said -the.'youngj widow, "that is- axt.-'object- of public can now have a scholar all of its" -own.' Here is a cnance for athletic students to dis- tinguish themselves--and h'onor the province. rejoined the'b'ache- lor, "and I-have also heard'that a Rhodes married his at Would it not be a fine thing for_ Lethbridge to provide the first Rhodes j scholar for this has the privilege of" nominating' one -by itself! TAKE A POLICE CENSUS show substantial increase of have a. police cus taken this year again. If the city has not.made as much as it has other years, let us -Jtnow now much we have grown. This population. Many residences have been'built 'during the year, very feiv torn down, and .not'very From OtKer Sanctums Quick Change Artist (Calgary -iTbertan.) For quick change political artists. many-are vacant. If the city -sritnout doubt Mr., ilichener holds the "I don't stock veg- etarian says the; Philos- opher of ''but I -will say that wild. oats-: .usually make grass- .wid- ows." "Was .your chafing dish party, a suc- cess T' j; "Great. We spoiled all ear- the evening, and then went to a regular restaurant.'1 Owner of Autoplane: -Your last "em- ployer says you have no Aviator: just the-man I My former aviators were -al- ways getting their's broken. ?is supposed, to be an off year. Let usl.jjer: i how much an off year affects the j school -growth, in population. Then should an. increase--of twenty or twenty-five i record. In he was run-1 i Wiggs: The Bible says it is not. good as the increase .the --.another off year conie later on, which i'it ts hoped it will not, we will know ;'3ust what to expect. 'I. It Is Relieved that a'police census population would indicate, it a..record to be proud of, con- sidering ihat the year has been unfav- orable. No city on such a firm foun- dation as: Lethbridge need be-afraid facts.. THE ABANDONMENT OF G. W. NOT TAKE Premier Sifton these" resources by the government, to give his reasons for can- and an-evident desire of capital to operate -these are necessary before celling the Alberta Great Wat- Railway agreement and aban- Coning the project But in. the few minutes of the House's time which he -ttid occupy he gave reasons suffLciect satisfy the people of this'province he is (doing .the right thing. In. .'brief, the bill is, really-a fore- of agreement for 'of contract. The railway com- iy agreed to do certain things, but 'IcLid not do them, and was not. able to -and was recommended Ho- hi winin ste -his sonorous railway, the contract made with theinead, his swinging step, -his sonorous jbokeh .-dealer .as oa i d n and wn h r- company, is a bad one, and when the province iag a chance of getting out of it, they should do so as a mattetr of "self-defence ia a. busihess .-It is urged--that- the government should get some responsible Company like thV Canadian. Northern or the linjid- Trunk Pacific to build the line. But the fact is, that there is not a railway, that .would undertake the con- struction and operation of the road, and have to pay the interest charges at five per cent The most they will pay is four per cent, and if the prov- ince should -get a, company to take it over it would-have to pay this extra voice, his tremendous his per- sonal magnetism, his. abundant ,pow- er of brain and we often find ourselves thinking of. him as still almost a "imminent been reported 'by his opponents, but! he has tired out younger and appar- ently stronger men, and seems to be tiesome. The steamer. ..'..Washington was a 'small dramatic .operatic young man. Many time thejworJa all itseif on its'-Arrival.- in t retirement of Laurier" ia3iNew-York from Europe" recently.'Gia- Europe recently, coma Puccini, tne Italian composer, entering his seventieth year as as -SL daisy and twice .as- That is no doubt partly due'to the plain- ness and temperateness ot. his manner playwrightj were ,fellow passengers, fresllj while Hme. Lillian .Nprdlca, the Am- erican. soprano, wjio has been singing in the Paris opera, returned home on the steamship. of living, and partly to his sunny and j Signor Puccini'aas been worMn cheerful disoosiuon. for there is i cheerful disposition, for there doubt that the wise man .was right one per cenL, which the railway would i when he said that "a merry heart not pay. The fact that the A, G. W, promoters got the rate placed at per "cent., ig proof enough, if tnere were not others, that they nev- er intended to operate the road, but merely wanted to get a, good nrice tne bonds and get the money. The people of Alberta, as a whole, will heartily approve the premier's course. His policy is in the interests of 'all. The southern part of the pro- vinced is. not at all opposed to tbs railway development in the north, bnt they do-think should be Uci: wisely, and where it is most needed. doeth good like medicine.' OUR POINT OF VIEW collection money in candies at A week from to-day is nominatiou U restaurant on Sunday. But that (jay. does not make It right for them to do so. Two weeks from to-night, three men will 'be elected to the City Council. The rest will be left The aldermanic promises ,to be a warm one. It is up to the cit- izens to, study well tae interests of .the city, and nothing else in making their selection.- And. while the.aldermanic campaign waxes hot, do not forget the commls- A police census will show that Leth- "oridge has not been standing still dur- ing the year. A Galician laborer In Winnipeg kill- ed an Englishman for abusing a horse. One can harrdly commend the foreigner's method, but his motive was1 right: A man has no more right to abuse a horse than he has to abuse a man. filon .government idea: .iiacieod proposes to take i Tlie law apparently'says that year. Are they aft youngsters can spend their Sunday l.other license? census ;er an- Electors and Non- Electors of the CityofLetk- The usual question' pre- sents itself to each one of us shall I send or give to him or her' at "this Christ- mas season, not a reminder or memorial of a dead, past, but as recognition of an ever .living present, the Gift 'to humanity nineteen hundred and ten years ago? And where shall I find it? At the Cross! we shall meet you hourly, tell you where to find it, and help you to select it; then we shall store It for you free of charge until the great natal day, Bed Cross Drug Book Co. The Headquarters cf Santa Ciaus for Southern Alberta for. eight months on the music, of win from the Golden and will assist in its initial production in New York city and in -Chicago. He, was ac- companied, by Tito Ricordi, the noted Italian publisher. WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, LTD. BoneJ712 1st Avenue South These are Some Lines We Carry in Stock ..__-... Lubricating.Oils Gasoline Engine (Gasoline (White Rose) Kerosene Mining Tools of all "Wire Hope Wrought'Iron Pipe, Black and Galvanized Pipe Fittings, all sizes to 6-in. Globe, Gate, Angle and Check Valves Tool Steel Wen Casing to S in. Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps, etc. Electric Fuse and Exploding Batterie? Dry Batteries Force and Steam_Pumps_ Goal Horse Shoes, Toe Caulks, "JBtfc Two Carloads Bar Iron Pick, Hammer, Axe Handles Blacksmiths' Hardwood Cotton Waste Steam and Suction Hose. Pipe Carriage and Machine Bolts _ Leather and Rubber Belting; Acetylene Lamps----- "Tryon" Ready Roofing Asbestos and Keene's Cement "Maco" Wall Felt- Wood FilTre Plaster Plaster of Firebrick and Fireclay Buildius Paper Wire Nails many drastic revolutions in its train, but in no other direction will they Mr. Jones is to lecture at Harvard; merkcd :is in tin TvOwu of sport On and University of Chicago. Mr. Jones said that people nowadays seemed to want comedy, musffc and. brigntness in their dramatic enter- tainment and it V.'ES the part of wis- to give' them what they wanted; line said that the moving picture vogue ijwas'strong in England, but that it did affect any except the cheaper of theatres. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT five patents upon safety, "razors nave been granted to English-women Jn the last year. Japanese ships sailing to American ports carry no Chinese cargor though a few Chinese passengers are among i cneir patrons. Tne motor omnibus is rapidly di3; placing all other vehicles for the cheap transportation of people in London. HUNTING IN THE SKY Time May .be- Close at Hand When Parties Aeroplanes The new rapidly approaching1 era of, i1 the aeroplane will undoubtedly bring the moors, the race course, and even tne hunting fields, the aeroplane may "be expected to take a prominent place in the near future. Even as the ad- vent of the motor car was responsible for many innovations in the realms of sport, so may the aeroplane be ex- pected to shortly become an indis- pensable factor in many of our sport- ing pursuits. The sport which the advance of aer- onautics is most likely to affect is that of shooting. When the aeroplane has attained to taat pitch of perfec tion when it is possible for a half a "dozen or so passengers to ascend in one .machine, it is safe to prophesy that the present day method of con- ducting "shoots" wil be doomed. The idea of a party of sportsmeu armed with rifles, soaring aloft in an aeroplane, may appear rather far- Mr. Moisant, the plucky young aviator who recently flew the Channel with a passenger, has proved that the ero of the passenger aero "plane is not far distant shooting purposes, tb.e sport would'be considerably enlivened. The purposr jf the aerial markgmen would not be 10 fiy in amongst the birds, and a wholesale carnage from close quar- ters, but rather to reverse the .present order tliiusa, aim fire down on them from above. Of course, .there Is the possibility of the cross-country chase. A swift flyer after a flock of fleet-wing birds would embrace all the delights of the hunting THE-JEWISH HOPE OF RUSSIA of anti-Semitism is again sweeping the length and breadth of-the-Czar's dominions, reactionaries who, for A short time, appeared to have ceased their pernic- ious content to rest for, a ;time. on or. per- nicious agita-fresh again doing. In almost every to.wn and viilaga in the country Jew- baiting-lB taking-place, expulsions are M. Kasso, on the continually on the increase, and the i comes of Moldavo-Greek stock, and scanty measure of religious" toleratior who was formerly resident in Odessa, ment, and if the present system of government is of any it is only that the Czar's -Ministers are p better able tc adhere to the spirit of 1 autocratic rule than hitherto, under I the veil of so-called The Jevrs, are not without hope for they seem in the apppintment of M. Kasso to the Ministry oC Public B Instruction the a new era of 1 educational justice M. Schwartz, who has. been-compelled to leave office, was known as an extreme J ly who pursued the Jewish.students into the colleges. seminaries, andr .universities, -and did his very best to persecute the Jewish people in every "manner possible. In Berditcheff kept out of the i schools over two, thousand Jewish children who applied for admission- this year. I that has-been granted to the people by the Czar's, famous, "October Man- ifesto1''is b'eiiig gradually withdrawn. The members of the Duma, which at first were; extremely well disposed towards' the Jews, -have, by open threats of violence, been compelled to oppose any -measure which tends tc ameliorate the lot of tbe .unhappy pep pie. 'Instead''of Wing'the representa- tives of the Duma has be- come the tool of the Rass'.un Govern- is believed to be a liberal-minded man, with no inclination to. lean lor sup- port on the real-Russians" and othenj of the reactionary iclass.- He has hith- erto not looraedi largely in the public but he is one'of those men v-'ho prefer to work In a quiet and .unob- trusive manner.--- In this .connection it- -will.'be in.tereslmg whether il.-'Kas'so will cfeable to'hold {he port- folio of Minister of Public Instruction very long. ;