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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Payc THE LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD l-i) Children Under 13 Should Drink Lowney's Why As children begin to grow up, they often tire of millc and water and want to drink what Papa and Mamma tea and coffee. The best dietetic authorities in England and else- where say that children under 13 should netltr touch tea or coffee. But after seven years of age, cocoa is recommended. Lowney's is made from the finest cocoa beans the tropics produce. Our Montreal factory is model of neatness and up-to-dateness. Lowney's Cocoa is thoroughly wholesome, with a delicious flavor that quickly appeals to both children and their parents. Sold by grocers. In Oc to 50c sizes. Taft's Message Presented Today (Coiitlnufil from front THE BEST WAY TO MAKE COCOA Mix two even tabletpoon- fuls of cocoa with two of sugar. Add 1-8 teaspoonful of salt. Mix gradually with two cups of boiling water. Stir to a smooth paste. Boil 5 minutes. Add two cups of scalded milk, and beat with an egg beater until frothy. Tlic Walter M. Lowney Co.. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal THE FIRST GliAY IIAIK SIGXOF AGI EASY WAY TO PRESERVE NA TURAL COLOR OF THE HAIR AND MAKE IT GROW A harmless remedy, made from common garden sage, quickly res tcrcs gray Juir to natural color 'ihj ca.ie of ihe hair, to prevent it irom losing its color and lustre, is "i as important as to (rare fo tb to keep them from discolor- Why spend money for cos- and creams to improve .the ;miplexion, and yet neglect your when gray hnir is even more and suggestive cf a.se 11 wrinkles or a poor compleV the two, it is easier to jreservu the natural color and damy of the hair than it is to :vo a good complexion. that is necessary is the oc- asional use of Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, K prepara- ion of common garden Sage and combined with other val- :able remedies, for dry, harsh, rad- ii itching scalp and tiling hair. After a few applica- nts of this simple, harmless rem- Cy, your hair will gradually he iic-d to its natural a hort lime the dandruff will be emcved, and your hair will no come cut bv.t will start to row as nature intended it should iJnn'r neglect your Irair, for It oes further than anything else to make 01- mar your good looks. You an luiy this remedy at any drug for ceniF a bottle. O'iv druggist will give your money at-k if yon not satisfied after .sing. F'urchase a bottle Today. "on will regret it when you ralizfi the dinVronct? it will make i your appearance-. THE PEOPLES' FORUM MR. HARDIE REPLIES I Editor. Lethbridge Herald: I Mr.-.Mitchell's remarks. If might say in the first place that I the North Atlantic Fisheries jieucy of a trained foreign service. iieod legislation enabling mem- bers of foreign countries to bo system- atically in direct contact with the In- ustrlRl, manufacturing and .K interests of this country." The Fester Children Discussing Central America's need of the United States' help in debt adjustment, .Mr. Taft says: "it is essential ihat the countries in Central America shall be removed from jeopardy involved by heavy for- effcn debt and chaotic national finan- ces, ami from the ever-present danger of internal complications due to dis- order at home. Keuco the United Slates hag beet) gliitl to encourage and euppon American bunkers who are willing to lend a helping hand to tin rehabilitation of such countries." On the subject of tho tariff, Prt-s dent Taft says; "While the maximum and mmimuii provision of the tariff law of ins been fully justified by the sue cess achieved in removing existing undue discriminations agains products, yet experience has shown that this feature of the lau ;hould be amended in such a way as 0 provide a fully effective means o neetfng the varying degrees of dls riminatory treatment, of American ommercc in foreign countries stil ncountered, as well as to protect as ist injurious treatment on the part 1 foreign governments, through cith- r legislative or administrative meas- res, the financial interest abroad of merfcan citizens whose enterprises nlarge the market for the American ommodities. I ca-nnot too strongly j recommend to Congress the passage I of some such enabling measure as tbe j bill which was recommended by the j Secretary of State in his letter of December IS. liUl. The object of the proposed legislation, in brief, is to enable- them to apply, us the case may require, to any or all commod- ities, whether or not on the free lis I from tbe country which discriminate against the United States, a graduatec scale of duties up to tho maximum o j per cent., advalorem. provided in j the present law. Flat tariffs are ou of date. It is very necessary that tin American government should be equip pod 'with weapons of negotiation, ad opted to modern conditions, in order that we may at all times be in a posi tion lo gain, not only technically but actually, equitable treatment tor our trade, and also for American enter prise and vested interests abroad." An Old Sore Healed Commentiug upon. Uic final settle not make the remark as quoted. What I did say was that J understood from employees themselves that on many dispute, which was concluded be- tween the United States and Great Britain, July 20 last, the' President days they could take two hours tne agreement brought this ceti- (1 Inner; and He down on not days and) controversy to a final concl have a good sleep. This is even a' larger handful than your report- er handed out for me. I did not know Mr. Mitchell was in charge of the parks. 1 only men- tioned tbis (.which I have every rea- sion, equally beneficial and satisfact- ory to both governments. Referring to the request of Great Britain for United States support for the protection of interests of the Bri- tish holders of the foreign bonded son to believe as the as an of Guatemala, Jlr. Taft cident of the "system. I have that came under my personal observa- tion that would put the above to shame. However. I hope every one will give me credit for going after the system and not individuals. Yours .truly, D. b. HARDIE. A NOlE OF APPRECIATION .Mr. F. D. Shaw, collector of cua- :oms, has received tho following self explanatory and greatly deserved let- ,er from .Mr. John T. Burns. Lethbridge, Nov. 15, 1912. up the affairs of sttys "While this government is hopeful of an arrangement equitable to the British bondholders, it is not really able to view the question apart from its relations to the broad subject of financial stability in central America, in which the policy of the. United States does not permit it to escape a vital interest. "Through renewal of negotiations between the government of Guatemala and American bankers, the aim of which is a loan for the rehabilitation of Guatemalan finances, a way ap- s to be open by which the govern- ment of Guatemala could promptly clcsln. ho International Dry-Farming Con- satisfy on an equitable and just bas- ;ress in your city, I fee! that it would j is the British claims, and at the same lies e an act of discourtesy should I fall; time EO improve its whole flnaucla' o acknowledge to you formally my .portion as to contribute greatly Tuesday, December 3, OR I in i-'TVVx VJ "What Shall I Give for Is the pre-dominating question of the day Let US Help You Make YOUR Decision Our large and varied stock is now ready for your inspection, each of .our three departments have innumerable lines suitable for gift giving. BUT do your shopping now while the selection is at its best for many others, no doubt, like you are waiting till the last few days. It is a positive fact that you will be more satisfied all-round if you buy now. Do not put off your buying another day. In this department we have many useful and pleas- ing articles that will make excellent Christmas Gifts Toilet and Manicure Sets TRAVELLING ROLLS, MILITARY SETS all solid ebony, sterling silver mounted or lain. A girt that will be appreciated cither by a htdy or gentleman. From !fi2.50 to .fiSO.OO Hair Cloth and Hat Brushes Also MIRRORS. A large stock of these In Ebony, Hosen-ood, and Persian Ivory to select from. From to each Special Christmas Perfumes All tha beet odors in attractive boxes. These make excellent Christmas gifts and .will be appreciated by any of your lady friends. From 35c. to CHOCOLATES about a nice box of Nearly everybody bus a sweet tooth for tins "Delicious" Chocolates or McConiiick's "Cupid" Chocolates. We Imvo a largo assortment of these two high grades put up in L 2, 3, and olb. fancy boxes or baskets, from lo each. Stationery Department LOCAL VIEWS, CHRISTMAS CARDS and AUTOGRAPH STA- TIONERY 10 cents and 15 cents each LATEST FICTION by such well-known authors as Ralph Connor, Harold Bell Wright, 11. A. Ooily. Res Beach. lly.rtle Reed and Robt. W. Service. All kinds of CHRISTMAS STATIONERY put in in elab- orate holiday boxes. from 35c to each SMALL GIFT BOOKS AND QUOTATIONS from -well known poets, etc. From 15 to Uoyland Is for the little ones. Our assortment the best selections are to lie had. T o y 1 a n d of tho best. (Joyland Bring the children in early Dolls Dolls That will gladen the heart of any little girl, dressed and un- dressed, small and large dolls, fair and dark; -some are jointed and will close their eyes, some look as if they could talk. AH kinds at all prices from 5 cents to each. Our Selection Includes numbers of other lines too numerous lo men- tion, but here are a few for your Bears, Fifi Lions, Dogs, fact all kinds of aniinals to delight the hearts of the little It is impossible to ennumerate all the lines that we carry, we can only say that we have tbem all and the prices are right. COME EARLY AND SELECT Mechanical Toys .7 list the very thing for tho boys. Autos, fire tracks, steam engines and trains th'at run on tracks and all kinds of other toys suitable for the boy. Drugs, Stationery and Office Supplies KENNY ALLIN Next to The Dallai Phone 1487 ppreciation and that of the inter-! ational officers of the Dry-Farming f 'ongress, of tho many acts of cour- prosperity of the fic- tile benefit public, and to redound recorded through you and your fflce and through the customs de-l i, m ?B artment of the Dominion of Canada !m iring the year just closed. I wish to say that these courtes- es have bctvn in a very substan- ul form, and from tlie office of the linhucr of Customs to the clerks local customs department, there seems to have, been throughout the UK. clterttvonfss "radium ln Cfulada. the government of the United States when they first opened at rins, and. which they staked out for Baghtche, and Adrianople appeared themselves. Hence the wail from Athens that any concessions to Turkey will "en- danger the fruits of victory gained b; the allies, above all those of Greece and Servia'" Greece apparently anticipates that again at the and 6f the negotiations as the moat hindrance to the attainment of an agreement. During tha first session of the dele- gates the Turks absolutely refused to consider surrender of the strong- tr ni tt .r'old of whcn ease Turkev ultimately rttai-ns her tc escape Us obligations m Brians suocequently yielded to them1 uon with such measures as may this point, the Greek delegates reduced when it is pticl- scd to he most liberal and cona'id- glass or aluminum a Frc-h lratotln troallns the Dry- list has invented a Voat- the 8uests of the InR the nn'tal upon forms Uomlnl011 of Canada during their resi- llicn covering with collodion. For Home Bread Makers Thousand? of letters from satisfied users of White Swan Yeast Cakes, prove that It Is good reliable yeast. It your grocer doesn't sell them a'dvise White Swan Spices Cereals, Limit- ed, Toronto, Out., and ask for free sample. Allow me alto to thank you for courtesies extended to me personally us secretary of the Congress and consider me, sir, Most cordially and sincerely yours. John T. Burnsl Executive Secretary-Treasurer Mr. F. D. Shaw, Collector of Customs, There is no Scotch Whiskey to Equal DEWAR'S "SPECIAL LIQUEUR" J. M. DOUGLASS Canadian Agents, Montreal come necessary to exact justice