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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JVirtsi siy, 1. 101 1 TTIE LETIIIWTnfil? DAILY WILL UNLOAD ON THE PROVINCES PREMIER BORDEN INDICATES HI8 POLICY ON MAR- RIAGE LAWS Magrath Will Join Publicity Campaign (Continued Front Pagr.) Made from pure, grape cream of tartar FOREMOST BAKING POWDER IN THE WORLD Makes home baking easy. NotSiing can equal it for making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot- breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Protects the food from alum. spirit of optimism, uuii throw out many hlnU on board of trade work, which will be useful to tho lotiitl board In Its work. He la very much allvo and ncvor forgo-in lo Ottawa, .tin; Commons Inform his hearers thut Sunny Souili- vcslurduv -I A. K. of Two j Alb'orki was the (inly place worth jtMuuii) i living in; Last hlslH he aroii-aed the Mountains, questions askui, (0 wMch liV lion. Col; Hughes last May, It) i updos well for the. associated hoards I referciii't! to tin1 validity of mixrtTiuf -fur as -the Garden City Is concern- Irn .Aylesworlh Uial kimi town on it's to'mwrriiiKPS and divorce with-1 splendid cement walks, substantial in the jurisdiction of parliament, that Industries Which May Come (Continued from front Hie soliJinnizatlon of was blocks, etg. lie thought Ma- 'evath, bnelrod by Bucirsroat resources I becom 'within the jurisdiction of the provinc- u- hirge, thriving centre. To do thi bv dntuna. Ml. j is no .bettar factor tlian u wide- Klhler Vanled to know if the govern- ment, had of Untie anil replied, and jf they agreed the. Aylesworih opinion, lion. Mr. lUirdi-n replied thai the government had no douiit such lions hud been asked and replies effective publicity cainjmign. given. The matter ot opinion had not 'been considered. Oo. II. HovJn of Sliefford question- Hie government "nn sainis -sub- ject, asking if the Dominion govern- ment had powor.lo legalize or valid- ate every marriage in Canada. prime minister replied that tho gov- ernment had no pou-er at all in th'e horo, ami met with general with tlio momborn of tho council1 last night. Silver inedulH will bo given, the whole matter to aiTtingert by tho Publicity Committee, assls'ted oy. U. R P. Cony- hoaro. Will Entertain Delegates As chairman the Kntorlalnment Committee, F. Downer rnoiHlonivl fact 'that the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern Alberla meets here Tor Its annual .meeting on Tin- day next, and he provision should lie made for die' entertainment. Arrangements will be made to entertain them at the Chin- ook Club during their stay In the city. Acting Secretary of tho g (Associated Boards, rejiorted that a .Jgreat deal of Interest, was being a- roused in tiie doings of the central body and Unit'a large delegation would by present, practically every Board in Southern Alberta now being ii mem- ber, except Medicine Hatr and it is expected that -they'will sea their way clear to join also within a few days. Thank Customs' Officials The staff of 'tho Dry-Farm ing Con- gress have the distinction of being the first people to enter Canada from the United States, and lawfully evado the Customs. It 'took a special dis-1 pensation do it, but nevertheless j designed by I they SUCCeeded. How it was done is A small iKnown in tjle following: rllse to nioved by F. W. Downer and second- great extent'to brine results. But ed by E 'A Cunningham: "That a let- awake, enterprising board or trade. It should be the live wire institution of the town. "The mission of your said be, "Is to keep Magrath in the limelight. should your keynote. But you say we have not "SiiHlcicnt funds lo carry on an This is tiuestlqn I have met with you to solve." the Remedy Continuing me speaker said .that the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern Al berta was its originators to fill the bill. 'town could, not possibly sulve a great -many towns The Dominion parliament inr a allillHted under AWFUL WASTE ON RAILROADS Chicago, 'Dec. rail- hiadG waste of fuel a year and consume worth to secure worth of efficiency. JUKI a Further wastes of "worth of fuel, according to figures by Chief Kngineor C. of the Chicago and Grsttt West- i'ni railroad. Thai road conducted an investiga- tion of itself following the charge of J-ouifi Hnmilers that railroads wasted a year in iiielticient ser- vice and Pitch's report is one result. remedy suggested is a special .bureau of experts, improved firing drivers on locomotives, n school For firemen, more scientific ordering of Icomotives for service, and dos-er watch on all yards. Inid: no jurisdiction in regard to mar- riage niifl divorciT. This of iht- relation of marriage was :i provincial matter. said a niember. "And als0 said Mr. Hot- >ac] could'do this work, and of Gust roughly' and at u nominal for WAS HONORABLY ACQUITTEp In connection with the ease of Mar- old Owens who appeared before Mag- istrate Uall in the police court yes- terday on the charge of stealing mon- ey belonging: to one Adolph Upsall, In justice to Mr. Owens it may -be stated that .Magistrate Ball gave Mr. Owens an honorable acquittal having -found no evidence against The charge. him to sustain NOW WILL NELLIE I BE REAL GOOD .be John McDougal, Com- thiinklng him I ._..... nrst of -the kind in which the personal be- j longings and office equipment erf the officers ol tho Intcrimtlomil Dry-Far- ming cost to each town. The Taber board of trade .eNpericnced -this difficulty, and as a result of the suggestion and scheme outlined by Mr. Leech, the speaker, a plan was launchel to form- ulate a sort of boosters' loagne be- tween the'cities and towns of South a considerable sum iu Customs dut- The proposal met with which otherwise they would have hearty approval of tlie boards of trade been compelled to pay. throughout the soutn and an organ- "That a letter bo written to F. U. was 'effected in a meeting at Shaw, Collector of Customs, thanking Taber. Since then nothing iii for his trouble in the matter.'' Congress wore admitted to Ca- nada In bond for one year, thus sav- ing that organization and Its officers ticiilar !md been done, but on Dec. iHli the annual meeting will held in Lethbridge at- which time matters of vital importance win be discussed, Winnipeg, Dec. 1. Nollie Barnes, [a permanent commissioner appointed, S-l-l MauiUi.t avenue, was fined J1000 land ai strong, vigorous 'publicity cam- and cMta In tho police court this paign launched. Some of the subjects he brought before -the convention The motion was unanimously car- ried. morning for selling liquor without a license. This is her'third YOU RUN NO RISK WHEN YOU BUY KERR S GROCERIES We sell only the Choicest and we charge no fancy prices, but we guarantee Satisfaction RAISINS Selected Valcnciims, .12 l-2c Vc. Seeded, 16 m. 12 F'ey. Snltiinas, 10 ox. pit, .1.7 NEW EVAP. FRUITS Peaches, per l-2c, Prunes, per Apricots, per C1IEESJE Cheddar, per lb. 70c 60i: Imported Liinberger, brick Roquefort., per lb Mx.'Laren's -Small Jar'. 35c MeLarpn'sl- Medium yfar ._fi5o Ingcrsoll Crcanij.por pkg. .'.-lac Swiss Brick, per lb Potatoes Tiiniipfvper Carrots; pur Beets, per lb. Parsnips, per IMioiic'YoHrOnlcriWltcadaiiclTIoniOiiscjjCtliire, per lb........30c Ciiiilil'lower 25c ca. Ripe Toinatocs 20c lb. ]5. C. Celery, Jb. 12 l-2e. Sweet Potatoes, !o aiTivc Saturday, 4 pounds for.............. -25c. FRUITS Cal..IVn-vel Ovangi Gal. (i rape Fruit, i Cal. Lemons, doz. Fancy Washington Apples, 3 1-2 tier, per hex Apples, Mclntosh Beds, box doz. 30o40c CrKRAXTS Fancy Arc.; 1.6 ox. pki. .Fancy loose VEGETABLES .12 J-2c .121.-2C l-2c -.40 4c are: Hail -Insurance, n national high- way from 'Winnipeg to the coast, for automobiles, the tiuarantlne Kuv which is how worKtng a hardship 'on the small- farmer, a Small debts and last birt -by no means least, a boosters' special train lo the mid- dle western statesT The last scheme was perhaps the -greatest advertising plan ever at-temptad. in the west. It was tho aim of the executive to make it the most effective excursion of its kind that has ever crossed over into the Tlnited States. The publicity di- irectly and' indirectly 'resulting from such a thing was inestimable. It would be unique, and that's what counts in publicity work. It was in- timated by Mr, Leech.that.the special would cost at least or a rough average ot" from ?75 to uer man. The Dominion and Provincial govern- ments have been asked to contribute to the excursion and encouraging re- j plies have been received from them. The speaker then elaborated on the grea-t and varied benefits to be de- rived from forming association. It is not a matter of can you afford to come into it, but rather a matter of can you afford to, stay oirt of it. H is not an institution to boost Lcth- bridge or any o'ther. one city or town, but H is for all Southern.Alberta. He explained various clauses of th'e con- stitution pointing out the 6[ the -fees, etc. ,K bad been formulated to please especially the smaller towns. .Mr. Loecb seated that bevbad been out speaking, for the association for the three weeks HIM! hart met; r with great, success. Only one board refused -to join. Ho had been reoeh-- They Want That Bridge Secretary Munwaring reported thai he had furnished Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., wHh copies ot petitions, and an cor- responuence.relating to the proposed bridge at Diamond Ctty, in order that be may. havo the necessary Informa- tion with which to go before .the gov- _......ent in urging them -to construct tho viaduct. 'The petitions, are sign- ed by people, who will derive, beur eflt 'from the consi.ruclion of the bridge by having better access to '-he city from north of the river. Skeith and Gonybeare will also take up the mat-ter'of a Land Titles' office for Loth bridge with ilia I eminent .once more, and to have something definite doun during the coming session. Those present at-last nlgbt'a moel- ing were: President Hatch, Secretary Out today .December list of Victor Records out' today comprises a variety'of selections which excels by-far that.ot any ottior month ever iasued.', The five" selections mentioned hi this advertisement are a 'few of tho many Records taken from December's list and each, oue should be in every home. 10-inch Doiible-shlwl two) On the Whistling. .G.ulilp Gluldlni Princess Medley (Leo .Ouido; Gialdini Who Are You With Tonight? (Wllllami-Van Billy Murray We All Fall (Goodwin-Meyer) .In the Golden Afterwhlle (F. Stanley Peerless .Quartette Don't Blame Me (or Lovln1 You Peerless, Quartette, 0 Come All Ye Faithful (Adefte Ghimei.. Christmas Hymn (Portugallo) Trinity Choir Joy to the World ........................Chrtetnias Hymn. .Trinity Choir '10-invli Red Seal, (Another Irish .Ballad by MoCormack) Macushla (Rewe -MacMurrough) ........John McConuack Have you heard Victor Puzzle Record? Six telectloni on one disc. Price Call at nearest Victor-Berliner Dealers and hear these records .today; Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Ltd., Montreal. New Victor Records for December Man waring, Messrs. Downer, Cope, Skeith', Sage, Conyheare and. Cunning- ham. Sold by the Masmi-Risch Piano Co, New Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 791 MADISON SQUARE GARDEN MUST GO New York, Nov. hews 'of the_ early passing of Madison Square Garden is the cause of genuine regret. Outside of Coney Island there is pro- bably no better known plaoe ,within the corporate limits oC greater New York. There are few New Yorkers who have not been among HH patrons, either the circus, athletic meets, the FATALITIES OF HUNTING SEASON Chicago, Nov. has varjous Bnoot3j the'political meetings, cost 100 lives in the United Slates raceg a'nd'numerous other puipcrs- ibis year and lias brought serious In- es jury "to thirty-seven injured, acconl- which the giant auditoilum bas put during its career Like place f< lias ceased to be profitable, merely for the sak-3 of old associations, and the well, and all were anxious to be- come connected with move to boost Southern Alberta. In conclusion be thanked the audit- ors for ihoir attention and extended an invention lo the Magrath board to vcre injuries 'was more than cut half. Canada showed only one death in ihc list. Michigan has the most, pav Neu necds Hi Wisconsin had 13, Maine 11, place where greiu crowds can gath- Dis 11', New York Minnesota 7, ei. iwin without one. Ohio 1, Iowa, fact, there'Is a.story cunent that and New Jersey each'3, Connccli-1 the city is to have a cohered amphi- cut ami Oregon each 2, Missouri, New, Hampshire, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Schillings Baking Powder, I2oz, 25c. Morton's Marma- lade, one lb. glass, 25c, Botger's West India Coffee, one lb. tin, 25c GEORGE KERR CO. PHONE 1453 GOT SEVEN YEARS FOR THE ATTEMPT become a membfir.1- President Hingham and G. W, Hea- both expressed thamselves hi Ivrief but pointnd speeches as being heartily in favor of the move, the latter moving that Magratb join ttie association. The motion was second- ed bv .1. -I. Head and carried unaniiib ously. G. W. ITeathershaw was 'th-en elect- ed yjicraUi's voting delegate ,at -the Lethbrldge nieeting next Tuesday, As. many us' wore able, wore limed to at- tend nnd take part? tn'thtMltecusaiona. This concluded the business and the meeting adjourned, all enthused with trial lasted two days. H. Kgus jthe good work of boosting country in the, world. v rih'r'irolm-i Ver- North Dakota Noith.Uiolma. tr an .r.ont and Wasl.mgt.on one each. Ohm has the most, injuries, ami Wisconsin next. three times as big as Madison Square Garden, if the present plans of Coogan estate are fulfilled The phi-theatre, to'be called the Olympia, will be erected on -the old Manhattan field, adjoining the Po'i0 grounds Manhattan field is at the .terminus of the .Sixth and Ninth avenue elevated roads, at One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street. It was a famous place for old intercollegiate baseball, and, football contests. After the lenring down Madison Square Garden sqme large place must be found for horse shows, circuses and the like, and it is believed that such a place should not be local- Vienna, Dec. .downtown again, where tho zone of matiun, who fired lour shots at Mcrr pl asure iovjllg population changes m- Hochenhurgcr, Minister of .Jusiicc, session of' ''the Austrian Oct. 5 iirinp; of' ''the was sentenced -to- lo seVpu VRiU's1 hard labor. Tlic liad GERMANY DENIES THE IMPLICATION Ucrlin, Dec. cogriizarieii the impression in ilie United States-that German diplomacy .is irc- iiHitjle for the delav ID the can railway project in Asia Mjnor., beiig nppLorcd by Ihe Turkish- par- liament, a semi-official Wolff's 'tele- graph bureau despatch has been au- thorized to say .difficulties tiy tho ptojcct IIP m the hardly realizable ;tmdamcntal principles of the schwifc itbelf ficrmauv, whose- rights would not he .iRccted by ihc project m one j or .uiothcr, uji to ibe present) have oliKcrved an essentially waiting altitude! at any, rate for more than A jeai UIPV no steps, bearing on the Chester" project. Tin, same is the case as" regards'German diplomacy.' Contiar) to impres- sion givori bv reports, Herman'inter- all' means welcome the in- vestment of capital of other countries esiiccially of America in Asiatic Turr fccv, if onlv for the reason that the. economic progress achieved by such investments would redound to benefit of railJ'oatls already in exist- ence, or in the. progress of construc- tion wliich railways are being oper- ated chiefly with Oennaa capital. the best gained admission to the public G1VEN THEIR ASSIGNMENTS Rome, Dec. Pius X, appointed Cardinal Farley a member of coiiBistorlnl nnd propaganda con- gregations; Cardinal O'Connell to the congregations of riles and studies, and Cardinal Fitlconio to congregations of propaganda and relfgions. H-ry of tlio lower house of Rdclistag on Oct. 5 during a debate on-the se- verity of sonvo snnienccs imposed on [rioters who hart protested against tho i high cost of food. Me fired dellbcr- 'ately at the ministerial bench when; Ht-rr Ilochcnhurger and Count S t tic rgks'were seat erf, the bullfits i did not strjli'c any one. Sftffofi'sCure Tliprp. will lir. a ii'cctinp; of the North Lrllihridgfi asao elation in Kennwly I lull-tills evening for Ihc purpow ot drnwing up a Plat- form wliicli th.-.y will ask all aspir- ants for ninyornltj- ainl aldcrmanic honors to WINTER SUITS We are making an offort Co clear out some of our stock of mlti tomorrow, at greatly reduced prices. See our window C4A for values BUCHAN'S MEN'S 406 FIFTH ST., BRYAN BLK. NEXT TO McKEOWN HARDWARE. ;