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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETmmiDiBE DAILY IIKRALb J ROBIH HOOD i FLOUR IS DIFFERENT, it 11 5? i I fi i B i i AT OUR RISK' ROBIN HOOD MILLS, LIMITED, MOOSE JAW. CALGARY. u IS DIFFERENT AS GOOD" BUT BETTER) rises verybody territorial differences in regard to mn ri n i- said a voice from" the Con- rates-. There was no reason n, U.P r.l'" L Uc 'f" llMrd sins of the servative side. The eentl nan ha" world, he .said, why the should "sited' upon the chil- had a chance to have this Ton" be "I the minister of .radways ilren and this is ..the first time we "The honorable member had'bcltcr This Guarantee in Every Sack THIS GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK Tho Best Dealers Handle ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. If your dealer does not, write us and we will tell you hoW to get it. iscriminated against just because tl it was the ivost. the afternoon, the debate iol- 1 l'anSC1 lowed the course set diirinK the dis- V railway between Superior Because Mr. .Sullivan was a nephew cnssion nf last week the seakr i> ing tico. Brailburv of .Selkirk' and lml11 Dr. N TEMPTING f t ''question to the Prme Urn Xcely be of Capt. Sullivan, who gained some1 autumn. It was fame in Ontario, the minister says Neely, "of llrul- BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib....... APPLES, PER BOX had prevented .Manitoba irnverinnnil i them from doing HO. I Dr. NVIy lo refer to the vinilicaliiui nf the i'lon. Minister the Unhtin Uu- publir work. Hi Hi io his defense in 25c ,2Sc tOc 20c .45c 4Sc 1.25 20c Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 CURES COUGHS Ward B. Adsbead, S. 0. Cars cnllen, A. c. MciDougall, J. C. McFar- lane, Frank Uiley, Alex. Ross, Wm. Iloss and George E. Wood. Ward Carson, D. R. Crlch- ton, Bert Fisbt-r, S. D. Ramsay and Thomas Hart. Ward D. Benson, Dr. It. c. Costello, J. H. Garden and W. J. Tre- gilli READY IN A JIFFY! You cant resist that tasty sea-salty tang! Go ahead More you e.t the better. Your system needs lots of nitrogenous nutriment. Atlantic fish is just the thing. Economical. Boneless, every bite a glad one. Wholesome as the ocean. Directions on package tell of quick, easy dishes. Your dealer: "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. S. Potter and Walter Huclcvale, three I as follows: F. W. o be elected Tile rotiring trustees mayor by Fol. Villlam Turpln, Hamilton Morrow lid John L. Jamieson asked to be ex used from further service. Edmonton Edmonton, Dec. for omlng city elections closed at noon oday. There are three candidates or Short, K.C.; W. fagrath, and Alderman Joseph A. laTke. Seventeen are out for va- ant seats on the council board, and our for three vacant seats on the chool board. Red Deer Red Deer, Dee. for ficers for 1912 were held at the ly hall this morning, and resulted lors for three vacancies, C. Smith, K. JI. Ryers, ,1; Malcolm, A. S. Carr, ,1. A. Carswell, W. E. Lord. For public school trustees, for two vacancies, O. L. Gaetz, W E Payne, A Separate school trustees, A. Turnbull, E. Hermans-, L. Rtvey- any, Stettlcr Stettler, Dec. W. B, JfcOillvray, who was mayor some years ago, was elected mayor by acclamation. For three vacancies on the council there were four nominations, as follows: August 'Asmussen, A. B. Dennis, re- iring councillors, and Geo. -McTae- o'art and Geo. Skinner. For School J, Hutch-1 Ings, J. T. Macdonald, F. W. Mapson, i A. C'. Newcombe, James Short and S. Y. Taylor. Acclamation in Nanton Nanton, Alta., Dec. town a-nd school ejections in Xantou went by acclamation. S. T. Armstrong was elected mayor; W. J. Greig, 11. M. Shaw and J. H. Curtis were elected councillors; 0. F. Mythaler. H. T. Sib. bett and T. A. Attwood wore elected for school trustees, and G. S. Ferris was elected for one year to fill the seat of Rev. A. C. Bryan. Medlcino Hat Medicine Hat, Dec. SpenC- >r and tho retiring aldermen, M. A. 3rqwn; Peter Hobcrtson and S.'E. i McClelland, were elected by acclnmn-1 Ion today. The two seperate school 1'llstces nominated were F. M. Mckln- lion and J. G. Miller, and as but two are required, there was no 'election In this department. The following ware nominated for genera! seh'ool trustees: Jos, W, llam- ilton, J. E: .DnVlea, W. McN'uely, H. G-0 TO THE International Cafe 308-5th Street South For your Fruit, Candies, Cigars and Meals. Cafe now open under new management. Best meals in town for the money. Come and give us a trial If we please you, tell others, If we don't please you, tell us. Our Motto: "Quality and Quantity." Try our Sunday Dinners, striclly a'la carlo. rilKODOjJK IIOKSSLY A. G. MILLS, Proprietor ;