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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD ED BY ALL tSTHOME ESSIONAl BAKERS DECLINE TITUTES DISTRICT NEWS SWEET VALLKV I secretary, arc also enthusiastic In It Has Completed lour Having I'mlr praise of (ho manner In which train has been received anil the Accomplished Great Deal Interest taken In its appearance, everywhere, while farmers of years landing have written the department commenting very favorably on tho manner in which the younger gen- eration of fanners has been Impress- ed by what they linvo seen and heard. "The live stock exhibits and the Wednesday, 1 CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE Acadia Blk. (Special to the Herald) Kdmoiiton. 1'ec. five weeks of torn-Ins the province, dnrlnK which j time every town of agricultural im-1 Proved experience of the lecturers ac. portance has been touched, and every I the. train have been vrldc. agricultural centre tapped, tho provin-1 '-v coimnpiiic-d on." said Mr. Stewart, clal government mixed tanning spec-! himself a practical farmer, "and ciai government mixea tanning itniuci, nun i ial has wound up its tour in assured by farmers of ton. During the time It was on the i oxjwrlonce In my own riding hundreds of fanners have had I better could have been bronchi home to them In a very real-' by the department of agrl- idvanlages of .going Culture of the province for creating Ing, while hundreds needed Interest In mixed farm- already "gone in "ml its advantages and posslbili- i....._ tips in Allip.-tn Just 17 More Shopping Days Before Christmas Iso bought for the. school house. .Mrs. George Shirley anil left last week for a several visit in her old home in Kn with her relatives- ami friends. Stanley Keytcs was an over visitor T. Colvin evening. George Short was calling in the cinity recently on business. mrming being given a great impetus j The grand champion Clydesdale chiUlrai.'in many districts. j stallion of the Calgary spring show uon'.hs That the advent of the train was i was used by the lectures to illus- uunV uf no mean importance was shown I trato the fine points of this species _! by thc big attendance at every stop-} of animal. This horse belongs to ping place. In the south, in the east, j Percy Switzer of Laccmbe, and Is named "Boyal Diadem." Mr. Switzer also loaned the department a regis- tered Clydesdale mare for exhibition Gift Goods to the Fore! Gift Goods to the From now until Christmas AVC will put forth'every effort t-n help you.in tho solution of the g ft problem. Everything 6 the common place has been to the background mid re- placed by mo.rohnnd.se lull ot suggcsUvonoss and exactly suitable; for some, one on your list Briiifi; .vour Christinas Problems here and they will he problems no lon'ecr." Enjoy selections where satisfaction is assured. You'll llnd everything conveniently displayed ior quick and satisfactory choosing' and prices easily within your means. A lovely showing of Neckwear and Belts 25c 54.50 on Tuesday amf iu the nnil west Ulc altend. .anee ai ail the meetings was phen- omenal. Not only the older fanners p e re or exton i but j.olrager mon attended, purposes, while the Percherons were have .been .receiv- represented hy ,he two-year-ola first u'ra, has charge of the new baliy mother. .Mr. Lynk has moved into 3Ir. Icr's house for a few months so that the tinue the series the coming year. Farmers' Wives Interested A noticeable feature of all -......Jnt con-, prize stallion and the chain- lectures during pion Percheron mare both owned by J. C. of Cowley. Tho cattle used as exhibits by the the lecturers were also the best obtain- able In the various classes. "Baron grand champion when a 2- year-old shown at Calgary, and the Kenrt their children to- school during meetings was the atendance of the cold weather. wives of farmers. Taking a keen in- Mr. Shirley's, team took a sittlc ttvest in the poultry exhibit and in practice at. running one day. tee lectures given on this subject, ihignost Priced bull ever sold atnh- the driver missing his footing vh.'u >nd also in the work of .Miss Georgian Calgary spring show, was shown getting in the wagon and lost tri superintendent of the Women's lines by having the wheel tunniii.; institute and Domestic science branch in the beef cattle class, together with a hi.; lli-month-old heifer, his own Every article a suitable gift for women of refined tastes, and shown in such a variety of new ideas and moderate prices that the mat- ter of making a choice is both simple and pleasing. Hand Crochet Doylies 25c Worth 50c Each Made with pure linen centre and linen thread used for cro- quet work; size 9x9; a special purchase of a "remuaut" lino bought at a bargain selling at exactly halt price. Brief Suggestions pointing the way to many easy solution! to your gift problem Dress Lengths of Silk or Huff goodi Newest Gloves and Hosiery. Newest Scarfs and Shawls. Newest leather and beaded hand bags. Newest Cushion! and Cushion Tops Newest Kitchen and Work Aprons Newest Fur Neck-pieces and Muffs Newest Kimonas and Sacques. Newest Waistl and Underskirts Newest Table and Art Linens. Newest Toques and Aviation Caps. Newest Veils and Veilings. Handsome Centrepieces IN HAND MADE MADERIA CUUNY LACE TO Beautiful creation's, every one of them, guar- anteed hand mnile anil all pure most Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs 25c Worth Each Lovely fine duality pure linen goods, in a wonderful range of the daintiest designs wo have ever had to show and buy for the best values. All arc of the, famous Amriswyi hand work. daughter. Both these animals are the- over his hand. Fortunately _ ._ __ _ ........__ loam was caught by Mr. i'atrick, -lit attended in large numbers, and as a [property of Brycc Wright of De Wiu- with a few no WHS result of thc tour of the train done to the Wagon. women's institutes have been form-1 In 'he Ayrshire? animals owned by 1 he .surveyors arn .camping mi a.nit will Immediately take up 'liolnnd NOSS ot Dt, Wnton 011 O'f school, section near. Jerry RickeU's.; actlve work j ,he best known Aj.rshl jn doin1' nUT Ttle traln Edmonton late America were used, while the fine r'Hroad Monday alght after being at La- Points of the Holstetas were Pointer Thursday 28th I Cir anzar mollt 'he day, and although bJ" the lecturers on splendid spe Mr. Gordon Kiliott anri Miss Mary lbe members the louring staff of Holsteins belonging to'.Tos. .Stark were united in the bonds "lc live stock usec) to illustrate I Calgary. the lectures will be relieved of fur-1 Among those interested in dairying m duties until after the first of the j however "Lady a splendid it is the, intention of the dairy shorthorn from the pro- jcii trnment to keep up the work and in- i vincial demonstration farm at Sedge- soon i w'ck was the big drawing card. This Ike cf the agricultural department, they matrimony. Only immediate witiu-ss- cs .were present. Both bride lc! sroom are-popular anvong Sweet V Ic-y's people. Mr. Elliott has a nice lomcstcad .and has 'recently built a Ser.est already started, and TRAINS WILL BE RUN IN SEC- TIONS AND HAVE TWO DINERS Winnipeg. Man., Dec. order to accommodate tho vast throngs that will visit the Bast during December, on what are commonly known as east- ern excursions, the Canadian Pacific OVER 1000 DELEGATES PRESENT WELCOMED BY ADIANS PRESENT Washington. D.1 C., Dec. .1. When Senator-Elect Jos. E. Ransdell, of Louisiana, brought his gavel down today informally opening the ninth mnual convention of thc national DISCUSSED RELATION OF PROV INCES BY SEA TO FEDERAL. PROBLEMS Amherst. N.S., Dec. import ant meeting of the Maritime premiere took place here, today, matters x pertaining to the welfare of the Marl- will run train No. 4, the rncrs and harbors congress, he faced were discussed. Am- couver express, in two sections be- nuuijiay. where shehas teen, the put icale than was attempted during the oT'BoultTy aving gene tliron.h with am- tour of thc train when srnn, nr n els ot J tut; yaab n-mc luau naci UUling LllB jjjj f afe recovery in the M ncial poultr> station at Edmonton also attracted a great deal of atten- tion especially among the ladies who tween Calgary and Toronto dUTfng the The Poultry Exhibit ,BetTeen Tho nnnitr and wlnnlPeS, the sleeping car sec- The poultry pens on a'car spec- [itm ta two diners. IIV nfrPfl IIn mnrtulo nf i Ordinarily, the second-class section, ni ion recently. to hear of her safe immediate future. Mr. McKaiizen is drilling a well (or Koiicrt IMmikett. Hounds has heeu visit Irieniis in Parkland for a few dav recovery in the course stock judging competitions and VULCAN Vulcan, Dec. Conlin is build- ing a large addition to his big livery liz.rn. I I h f'algary hospital, somewhat improved, I'nt still very weak. II. Reid left en Monday for Moose Jan-. Peterlun has opened a law of- fice in town. Jones was a business visitor in Carmangtiy on MonOay. The interior of the post office is boing freshly decorated, adding great- ly to iu appearance. FrrmiEon. the new superintend- ent, preached an inspiring sermon in the Presbyterian church on Sim- day evening. TliL. Women's Institute hold their, :ther examinations will be held. Did Much Good That the tour of the provincial farming special was product- which is composed of colonist cars and baggage and express has not car- ried a dining car east of Winnipeg, but this year a step forward has been made, and each section will be fully equipped with flrstclass and toirrist sleepers, and dining car between Win. j and Toronto. e Canadian Pacific is the only road on the continent that carries two Th attended the lectures. Pens of 'white mff Orpingtons, white n-uuna laurreu Rocks, Rhode Island of an nnmense amount of good is neds alld oth were exhibit- shown from the records of the pro- ed and aise B ?on department of agriculture, tho liummem iu .__ _ Since the train started out hundreds al, Over ,he nrorinr 1 dllltag cars on a train' The of applications have been received Folev f ,h H same 'hing was done during all the ..ktag for assistance and advice from .'fSlS I th. Imperial Lim- between Winnipeg and Kam. loops. It was necessary to accommo- date thc tide of first-class travel be- tween the east and west. Now, the prosperity of the west makes it neces- sary to provide double the accommo- dation ever before given for the an- nual holiday excursions. uvreii received I Foley snperinten asking for assistance and advice from j detriment of til tne government experts in the pur- tural denart e-nt tmers thTheao'thaerd lertn'rlrs speak e members of the goverumeut ;fria he highest terms or the re- I heavy horses; Provincial Diary ccption given the tram and the lee- aml Archie Campbell of the Don, Archie Campbell o tures by the farmer., of the province. jon Secd nranch Mr. Mitchell Spcakt "file interest shown has been arlcahle." said ?lon. C. R. Jiitchi >y CarliEl iictieal d; ssioner W. P. TO PREACH NOVA SCOTIA Ainhorst. N. S., Dec. pro- incial government has appointed E. B. Elderkin, of Amherst, as a farm delegate and lecturer for the British Isles, in connection with the depart- ment of industries and immigration. uuia uuugtess, ne laCCtt more than a thousand delegates from lle' subJ6cts consideration throughout the United States and Canada. The congress will be in ses- sion until Thursday. President Taft the roads and agricultur- was the first speaker.to welcome for- "1-grants .from the Federal parlia- mally the enthusiast for rivers and the Injustice of thc Federal harbors improvements. Following him government dealing with laud assets on the program were the Peruvian of the Dominion, without giving con- minister, Frederick A. Pezct and Col. sideratlon to all the original provinces W.. P. Anderson, chief engineer of the of the Dominion.' Canadian Department of Marine Fisheries. tlif- schor.lho'jse. to John Knettle is building a front to his building on Apollo street. i Bank of Commerce have pur- chased a lot for the new bank he- thc Vulcan Clothing store ami 11. Reeves' general store. Olo Hanson returned trom l.eth- bridgo hospital last week. Tile fowl supper given hy the Lad- its' Aid nn Thursday night was a splendid success. In addition to the tea. a sale of work was carried duriar; the evening, which proved attractive feature arious communities, and the op. I.ortuuity given the farmers of l.eur- Ing first han-J from nien wlio hnvc made a success of mixed farming jnat .Mai-shall, minister GENERAL STAHEL DEAD L_ Ul 111IACU J1IHL what can be accomplished In -Vlberta! in this line of agricultural endeavor is Stahe1' the civil War lias proved invaluable and will do! 1C'.Iay NCT" York' much to place this province In thc front rank of the agricultural provin- ces of thc Dominion." Hon. John R. Boyle, minister of edu- cation, and lion. C. W. Cross, tutor- on ney general, tcgether with Hon. at, s' an i Stewart, minister of municipalities, j _ and Hon. Archie McLean, provincial ter an illness of about a year. He was the second oldest surviving gen- eral of the Civil He resigned'1 from the army in ISfiS, and later was i consul at Yokohama and al at Shanghai. General Stahel was ;ary, in 1S25. of FIRE AT CARP Carp, Ont., Dec. to the extent of ?l'5.0uti. was done to the stock and building of the general store owned by T. B. Argue here to- day. The fire was of unknown ori- gin. The loss is covered by insurance of SALVES CAN'T CUBE ECZEMA In regard to skin diseases, medical disease germs authorities are now agreed on this: 'hen soothes a Don't imprison the disease germs in P'so h; your skin by the use of greasy salves, dm? and thus encourage them to multiply j this D. D. b i grodloncomb o' Prescription. This penltrates it otic i s them, skin as 'commit ATTEMPTEDD SUICIDE Fdmonton, Dec. and half demented. CJeorgelana Gales, aged j 10 years, a young woman, living at! to A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kenncdyt of Merid- ian, Conn.. 10 years old, was ad- vised by her physician to try Dr. .Martcll's Female Pills, she did GO with wonderful results..Thous- ands cf others would say the same. 20'years the at yjour druggist. 19 the Children's Shelter, tteiapied to suicide by slabbing herself "y mM'r'K D '.D Uto slore' -'osoph Hicks' grocery, of here, wore local 1'nrned out lasl nisht Fiew Barnes Coa f.iiMtp. Mine Run nr by (he (on or carload Jols. 1471. c. Premier .Murray and Premier Flem- ing left for their homes. Premier Matheson remaining to attend the Maritime winter fair. SUFFRAGETTES TO CORRECT WEAR FOR MEN It is tho detail of a. man's apparel that give tone and char- acter to his make up. Bring your dresa problems to us for we are experts In Men's Wear and will be able to help you solve many a dinicult question regarding correct dress for all occasions. We have carefully studied the male taste in every way as our furnishings department will show and we are showing a num- ber of. exclusive novelties for this season's wear. When in doubt as to what yon should wear on any special occasion come in and consult UB. JAMES S. ROSE MEN'S WEAR SPECIALIST 606-3rd Avenue, South. NEWS AGENCY PROFESSES HAVE HEARD DECISION REACHED BY LEADERS London, Dec. militant snf- ttagettes decided at a recent meeting to resort to the use of explosives in the event of the government refusing to incorporate woman suffrage in the lorthcoming franchise bill, acordins to a statement issued by a news .Igency today. Volunteers are to be called for to use bombs both inside and outside the House of Commons. SIR THOMAS DENIES STORY Montreal. Que., Dec. Thomas Shaugbnessy denies point blank the purchase of the Michigan Central by the Canadian Pacific railway or any intention to buy that road. A DELIGHTFUL GOWN Executed in three velvet, and embroidered ninon London, Dec. The pay of the of- ficers and men of tho liritith navy, which has remained practically un- chaneed for half a century, is to te increased. Increases in the wages of the naval mra totalling an- nually were announced jn tbc House of rommons today 'by Winston Chur- chill. first lord oi the admiralty. Of the sura named, thc officers will re- ceive while the non-commis- sioned offices and men will cet The increase aficcliiig seamen stokers is about 15 per cent of present pay rates. and the GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, .Dec. ft Dntcll- olor, cattle importers of this city, re- port that a sharp trade is bcini' ex- perienced at Merklnnd's wharf Irish steers retelling 1.1 l-i> t0 11 1.3; oudary 12 1-2 to ci'nu Away With Catarrh A Filthy Disease GIVES INSTANT RELIEF, AND PREVENTS CATARRH AND COLD IN THE HEAD Tlie quickest, best and safest way to run! ctUiuTh or a cold In the head is by a remedy lliat will "touch th'e simf and do Its wnrlc quickly wlthmjt loavlnp any effects. Ely's Cream Balm, IK applied to thc nostrils 01- rulioed on the throat or eliest gets ri.qht at tho root of the trouble and Instantly relieves even the worst case of catarrh or cold. A fow minutes after applied you can feel a loosening up In the head, the pain ami soreness are gone, the sense of taste, smell and hearing come bark, and you feel like a different person. Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, healf, and strengthens the Inflamed mem- branes, takes away that r-tufred up feeling and dull pain in head, re- lieves the throat soreness and stops the nasty discharge which Is the cause of the disgusting: bawkinu, spitting, blowing of Ihe nose and fou! breath. Hay fever victims who are eritltlfi by fits of sneezing, .coughing and whflerlng set instant and perman- ent, relief the IIHO or this simple Don't MiftVr nimllicr mltmlr. Ely's IIi-Biuii will rollore you lmmi-il- l.-.lely UIKI n 50 cent uuttlp will more i SUM. likely work n conil'lete cm... All nl.iHliani .t Co. MADE FORTUNE AT THE 'HAT Calgary, Dec. Smith, a lo- cal speculator, has netted a hand- ome fortune in a Afediclnc Hat realty eal, which was completed here yes- erday. He sold property that cost him about a year ago, to Joseph McDonald, of Winnipeg, the consideration being ;