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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlwrsduy, December 5, 1912 TITO LfiTTTBKTDfiE HATT.y ITERATE "The Gift Centre" A Ewert Diamond the wisostOliri'slinns G'ift'.ybi'r'.cn'n soitcist.. It never wears out either its welcome or it- self. .Both its sentimental value and its commer- cial- value increase every year, and there's a subtle satisfaction in family heir- loom." A. di.iiniond is either the safest .or the risk- iest purchase you can make. no half way point. .The yp'u lack techni: cal diamond ex'periwiee'aiVd pur- chasc in quarters. ;'Th'e safest gift'you can buy if you rely upon the public esteem and confidence so highly prized E. A. EWERT Jeweller and Optician .Oliver Block Lethbfhlge, Alia. REtL ISJ PNOMER TODAY Only Few'More Days Left in Which to Win the Prize Given in Herald Contest generally get what.we go after If go hard enough. Tliat's wluit..air. J. It, Revill. thoiig'lit 'when ,he vote'd yesterday. He wanted the lead and got it. ,He part- ed with of the best kind of votcs( 'to "end. But what good are votes uj) your sleeve at this stage of the contest, if your reserve place you ahead ot all others1 in the paper? Mrs. Nr Stibbs, who led the con- test the' other day, Easily gained sec- ond vote was and she eald she It would place her in it did. of, BlaiT- in'.the standing for today, and stands third among all ihu candidates. .Mr. J. Sidaiilt, true to liis sys- tem of voting, canie across with a good bunch for1 today; He is hi fourth 'place. s JIis. Ira C: Fletcher, who sec- ond last. a few thous-: ands to her score, holds .fifth among the candidates today. Miss Thelma Vogan ha'd ;a surplus of two hundred from the last day, and I that's all she had added; and conse- t tjuently dropped to sixth place. M. Marshall added ten thous- remains stationary in the Mr. W. and, but list. Mrs. -THurston, of Lucky Strike, and 'Mr. McKeo, of Elko, K.C., increased their scores slightly. AVithout. violating the confidence of any' of the will 'say that the vote in the paper should not taken too seriously. Wondering just 'what the' other can- didates are doing have will dc is what keeps you, in the most of: the time. Don't think you have'tlono all you can do just because; you .have done well tlie last days, or at an ear- 1 ft Wants Government to1 Insist on Canada's Rights in the Panama Canal PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE EDITED: BY "INO" PHONES 1224 .7 '.'What's a table-richly spread Without-, a woman'at its. Ottinva, Dot1. CJeorge Kqss in the si-natc today, moved for papers relating to thn Panama canal and the decision ot the United .States to charge tolls on all tralfic, but to re- mit tfie charge in tlie case of coast- wise traffic. Sir said the lie considerable. The canal would shorten tlie water route be- tween Liverpool and Vnncouver hy fl.fififi miles. The distance by wale: between Montreal and Vancouver would be reduced by miles. The cost, of sending .a car of freight acsroso Canada hy rail was from S20.a ton upward while by the canal Ib'e same quantity could lie UIACH to Vancouver at from six to nine dollars. A freight steamer would make the vovavc in from 35 to 30 days. The establish- ment or export trade route thro'it-h Vancouver and thc canal would relieve the Canadian railroads of 'the grinv- ng burden of freight thrown .ipon them which they arc now scarcely able to bear. That 'ii'try to move in that direction i.c clear to anyone who notei! that f'iil- gary is lilfi miles nearer to Vjinccii- ver than io Fort William, iho port of Great season of navigation. Sir George reviewed the history the Panama cwnal project from tiie beginning to thc time Great gave (he U. S. a free hand struct tlie canal hy signing ;ihe HAV- Paunccfote treaty. It was unihn'sUKisl nder that Irealy that the world was to have equal rights he United States. The canal "was lor ic a common highway to the merce of all nations. This is shown by article throe he Hay-Pauncefofe treaty which lares tlmt the canal shall MADE IN tO RON TO ONT. Jtrs." liurnt orange--, velvet with overdress o! Mi's. .J. old rose eolieimc, Yoi) can't' buy, home.. A 'raau.bujs ;ivitli Ian; and silk trirnjning.i, but a woman' can' make Mrs. S. K. ap'riciil' ".cliai- 'il a .ji'omc. 'A 'house 'is a' hotly, mcusc with gold, lace.1 'lioiiia' Nt'.w, Ydrk Outlook. Mrs. 'Siik passementerie. When lipine is ruled accordins to Jlrs. head j Clod's Weird, '.angels might.be asked ornament. Mo sUy a nlgbl with us, oiiil they Jlrs. pale blue-sotin-adorn- wulllrt riot find themselves out of -ed with bended .fringe. element. C, IL; Spurgcon. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. H. ;M. Whlddinglon. .Mrs. -113 Fourteenth Mrs. Fleet silk.-" Mrs. ated with hlaeif velvet. Mrs. mull'..with bliick lace and velvet. CANADA INDEPENDENT BUT .AN ACTIVE WORKING PARTNER OF GREAT BRITAIN St., and afterwards on the lirst Mrs. Tlioraas-crcam-tussore ,silk. day of each month. Mrs. Oillcspie-black mcssaline. Mrs. .L, HWnbnllinm 'or the! Mrs. blue (Irst tiiiie this season and afterwards black net overdress, oti the: first Friday, of-.the month. I Mrs. Blue messalinc 'with lace. Mrs. Edward. IJacr, 319 Scventh: Mrs. silk. Ave., S., will entertain the Oxford; Mrs. champagne silk Euchre club tomorrow evening. lace and pink roses. The card favors were won by Mrs. Mr. Wickham, who spent-a short Little and Mr. Donald, while tbecon- liii'ie with. Mr. and Mrs. James Ben- solations went to .Mrs. Ross and Mr. ton en route from Vancouver, has for England. MrS. W. V. llailcy returned to t'ardston yesterday after a few days' visit '.vitn Mrs. II. E. 'McArtliur. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Flower Gujld will' visit the Gait hospital as usual at three Mrs. A. E.aiumphnes has tomorrow.-aHerhoon, notice, .that she has been appointed! provincial superintendent of the me- j Thc Chosen Friends have cancelled dical department'oi the j their mwting for evening, oh ac- I count of not being, able the Mrs. Edwin A. Hishopp expects to hall. They will meet, instead on leave on Monday to join her husband Thursday, 12th, in .Kdnwoton. Mr. and Mrs. Hishopp will, mane their "future home in lid- The president; Mrs. L. fti. Johns- monton. tone, is calling, an urgent, business irreeting of the Relief society at the Mrs. MeCUire, and Nursing Monday Rafter- noon at four As several of- ficers find it necessary to resign and new ones wilt have, to .be appointed, SEEOUtf ON i OPPOSITE PAGE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY While wilting a itrHt COME UP TO The Brown Tea Room And rMt cup of IM. FOR THE TIA Cor. 3rd ind Fifth Dr. II, C: am! wee daughter, Anna, and Miss Cture, left this naming for Beach, California, where they spend the winter. Mo- will llr.'.ond Jlrs. A. K. Humphries turned afternoon from Cat- a large attendance js quested. earnestly re- ..____ Ferguson, superintendent of where tney attended the Shrin Home Missions of thc IHcsbjterian eir's reception, which was a brilliant of Ubirta delnerel an in IJ between five and jeiiseU interesting it the1 'meeting Of the H M S of The post office, where you cents for a letter, or pay duty on parcel In bond, caused' much Mclntoch, Miss Roy and Gibbons: Other assistants, who hive not i ct been mentioned arc, supper tftbtex, Mrs Settle, Mrs Hiighes tnd Mrs. Fred Street, "doll booth, Hlift Ttomti- Icj Christmas tree, Children of Mary, Miss hee and Miss Delay, able, Mrs J Ler John- son Mrs Settle, Mrs Ottette and Mrs. Griffln Get all the votes you' get. them before the contest .closes next Wednesday. Standing of Candidates REVILL, JOHN R., 617-14th St. South, city..................... STIBBS, MRS, N. C., 211-Slh Avenue South, city PATTERSON, MISS JEAN E., Blairmore, Alberta___............ BIDAULT, J. A.; 312-10th St. South, city FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magrath, Alberta..................... VOGAN, MISS THELMA, oie-iath st. South, city .MARSHALL, ,W. M., Tsber, Albirta............................. DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Alberts....... -PE1r.LETlER, jylISS AGNES, Plncher Creek, Alberta. ......j... SCOTT, MISS LOUISE, Maclcod, Alberta BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmangay, Alberta HOULT, MRS. W., 406-19th St. North, City................... HUTTON, MISS EVA, 814-6th Ave., South, city NEGREY, STEPHEN, 225-13th St North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312.14th St. South, city ENGLISH, J. T, 501.19th St. North, city LED'INGHAM, c. i., soa-eth Ave. South, city BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, 416.12th St, A. N., city........ SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 908-7th Avenue South, city CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-1st Ave. South, city THURSTON. RODERICK, Lucky Strike, VifRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St., North, city...................... MEIKLE, GEORGE C., New Michel, B. C.........v............. ELKO, B. C................................. REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city 547.625 530.400 of all other countries. In concluding his speech Sir George said Canada accepted the- iuterpreta- tion of the li.iy-raunccfpte treaty tu I'll: with regard to Canada's foreign trade tm'ng. It could and lid mati" these laws con- u.ishcs ,-ot lhe' :iniperia'l ijpblc and; worthy sentiment to lie un it placed it on' the same basis-.as. tlie foreign trade of the U. H. and'all foreign nations. We have enjoyed one hundred years of peace with the U. S., although the atmosphere has several i-an.ida wil not consent to lie an cvc" 'lie said. hc nav'' 'lc sald cember afternoon. was "presided over -by Mrs; Stafford and .Mrs.' J.'D. Higinbcitham, the deft assistants fcc- jjigvMiss -Helen -Mclvillop and Miss ijphna Jhirriir, _ Mrs. (T.; Powers and Mrs. thc dn St Marj s Guild mil bold Afason greeting song, school girls, one in Mr I dim s stoic West- broom drill and song, senior pupils, minster Road; nn'Thursday Dec. 12, hoop drill, junior girls, drill song, commencing at 3-o'clock. ami piano and violin duet, Suppei i ill he fctned tiom a 30 to Louise and Maggie Moore 8. and lhe biraar icmain open Two tables of fanc> work and' a I during the emnni, One of the most paiitn table features lor Fri- j prominent hdits ofjLhe utj will 01 Roland Heeb entertained the Mathesis times "been to ihc :ond ends with .club yesterday-afternoon at the home lo hoM more or less agitated by, discrepan- Let ;Qf tfie', rqrmor, to a unique Japanese cies, all of which liappily have 'been is put our own house in order Before assist .John Bull. we unique afternoon. 'The house- was decorated and light- set tied either by arbitration or by cnrrcspondencc with the government "Tllp our he said, cd .with .Japanese lanterns. The six- al Washington. have every con- bt1 nut money, but -in men. -'teen guests qnjoyed charades of -lap- fidencc that in this case that what 'rhc t-'onscripl idea, he cited as being aifcoe- words and made up telegrams diplomacy has done before it will do hcst idea for upbuilding of letters in Yokohama. again anil if Die government of Can- .strong defensive system, lie depl.orert The menu was distinctly Japanese.! ada has not already remonstrated tlllt' rural man to'.the the guests all wearing; Japanese agninst the action of congress it is He tlmir traits and hab'-! at the tea hour, lo he hoped it will do so .without de- itK deleterious in his own weUarc. and Fortune telling from tea leaves iav. welfare of the nation .'at i proved a' pleasant Feature wfter the The senate of Canada will be doing The f.irn-r was Ihc backhonc viands had hccn served hy Miss Unu- of the rniintry. ]t was the peasant-.bard anil 'Miss Francis Powers, had made Great llritain tlie: the aflau. Thc. concert, which it intended n the evening, has been in- definitely postponed, as it was im- possible to secure a suitable hall. senate of Canada will be doing hut iis duty if it does not ren- der such assistance ns is in its power The ladies of Wesley church .trans- formed the basement for their bazaar it looked like a part of fairland Thc fancy work booth, draped in white tand blue, was in charge of Mrs. 'S. Mrs. M. K. Kaakc and Mrs. Mitford, sr. The cooking table, daintily trimmed in whnc, was loolced after by Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. Pierce. to sustain the government in cuforc- factor in thc world's eye she; .Mrs. -I. W. Houlton and Mrs. Mm: the rigiits (if Canada in the pres- was today. It would" be this same Powell Hoy. were hostesses of a very JOE TURNER WHO DID BI STUNTS FOR WEST PASSED AWAY Edmonton, Dec. Tuner, famous as a long distance courier in The apron booth with every kind of; territorial days, who trbught the flrit apron on sale, was in charge of Mrs. I news of the outbreak-of the Rfel; uxi Louuheeii's Hcply I.'-mi. I.oiiRliecd, the leafier, complimrntcJ Sir Geo. Hoss on liis pivscnlation of case. The were his concluding words, question iji which there was great ir.-j Icrest ami it would hanlly he able .to exagSeri'.tc importance of the part the canal was likely to pjay In Can- home was artistically decorated with! Tho-handtacIiM-Will was Fort ullti north ieras and potted plants. Mrs' W' R' VlrtUC aml east of here, ha? the Great Mrs. [Divide. The burial. The cnndy stall was taken care o( tended r oi sovcrnincnf, -and full imlc- dainty in b-v Mrs- n- S- Iia11 Mrs- "J-et evolve :i partnership with (Great llritiiin. will become more powcrfnl tlnis' we must llavc The guests were admitted by "MisSj I-Jerllia who vyry (lowered diallic with pink 'vS under j Rights and Bad Bread No woman has any right to lnisband. heavy, sour, pasty bread when she can avoid it by using White Swan Yeast Cakes. Ask your grocer a 5c. package (fi cakes} or send for i free sample Io the White -Spiced Cereals, Limited, Om Swan I! WATCH EDMONTON GROW Edmonton, Nov. oper- ullts that Last 'o get forks, knives, tpoona id fancy pieces of quality and beauty ask for This brand is known as "Silver flats that Wears" To buy this ware 13 to jie: ilic ut- most service ar.d satisfaction and the heaviest silver plate. Known for over CO years. Sold by LcaftlDB Deale ations In Bdraonfoti amounted to the first eleven months this year, an increase of 250 per cent, ovf.r the twelve months in 1911. Con- tractors and architects estimate that more than will be Invested in office, store and factory buildings an-J dwelling houses next year, if suf- (Icient-.men and can be as- sembleil ot the opening of the season. Building contractors are paying from I" lo 15 cents an hour more than the regular schedules call for, because of demand for skilled workmen, and It Is predicted that the scale will be higher during Hank show a sain of 1011 and the various lines of retail busi- ness report proportionate' increases. consideration lion. Mr. l.ougheed did cars1 to express an opinion on it. !j 2Q j The nKifti'r was now the subject ot uu j correspondence betweea the Canaiiian iROvernment and r. s. governments. Canada had not' extremely for- tunate in interpretation of treaties with the S. That country has al- ways been willing in these matters to take the substance and leave Can- ada the shadow. Heads of houses report ns of more than 100 per cent, over 1911. MUST PAY BACK SHE PILFERED Xew York. Dec. Xlnilel. one of the highest salaried women in York, losj her position at the head of n Inrgo fa muring1 estab- lishment through forgery, and was ordered by Judge Hlanchard, of the Supreme Court, today, to go to work, paying back which she ad- mitted she obtained hy forgeries. The prosecution pleaded imprison- ment for tlie woman, but Judge Blan- chnrd said he would let her fio free under suspended sentence. Hi- told her would be brought back for punishment if she failed to pay back the defrauded people, lie 'woman began her career as a at shop girl. wards. The old fashioned kitchen with its CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES 4 _ i Uw ONIONS 5 pounds for CORN STARCH, 3 Ibs. for......... LAUNDRY Starch package LYLE'S SYRUP per can OTTER BRAND SAL- MON, can CORN BEEF, Two for ROAST BEEF 2 for Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR for BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib....... APPLES. PER fi> BOX Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 .45c 45e ribbons. 'Miss" Emily Houlton, wore garnet albatross and red rib-. hrms, uslictl the guests into the 'Vs0Toullc.n and Mrs. Roy reeeivrd Mrs' (heir guests at the entrance to lhe; costtnnea. h M'KR P.ilTt.h .lones made il rawing ronni, the former in reseda silk with touches of lace, pink satin anil fringe, and the latter in shell silk eolienne with inserts of hamlj enihroidery on white net with touch-; es of green velvet. Mi.ss Kilith Jones made a splendid Santa Claus ami carried a huge pack of toys. The baxtur, which the ladies of St. 'atrick's church are conducting in .S.O.I-'. hail, is growing in favor, from the large crowd in at- by mounted pblicfimen aad townsfolk and settlers for miles around. Turner carried the dlipatchts overland and sank exhausted on the floor when-he reached barracki He was. revived and cared" for hy men at the post and invited to a day or, two before returning to front. His vlalt., extended to yeara and he settled near the fort, remain- ing until called to-iindertake the long journey into'the unknown land, from which he" will'hot return." I Mrs. .1. Renter, Mr. and Mrs. .T.i j-foTies. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Mr', and 'Mrs. William .Scott, Mr. and H. KIton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Simpson, Mr. aid Mrs. N. Me-. l.c'an, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klect- and Mrs. M. KiiiKston, Mr. anil Mrs. Frank H'addington, Mr. and Mrs. t.'harlcs Leader, Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. (iillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Woilcll, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Row, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr and Mrs.' T. 'S. T'ctlcrly, Mr Mr. aiid .Mrs. .1'. Little, Mr. and Mrs. E. liaison, Mrs. Van Haarlem, Mr. David Donald, Miss Tilncy, Mr. I'illins, itr. Oliver and Mr. .1. .Sunn1 of the nowns Mis. messalinc lace ae-: cessnries. Mrs. silk. Mrs. blue tliarnwnsc! witli.renl lace-trimniinss. j Throughout the world. there are over six million members -of trades unions in various- nations. jEMPTINGr> 'fly, Mr. and Mrs. C. Devinr, i Mrs. Percy Lc.ich, Mr. and; READY IN A JIFFY! You can't resist that tasty sea-salty .tang! Go ahead. More you eat the better. Your system needs loti of nitrogenous nutriment. Atlantic fish is the thing. Economical. Boneless, every bile. -a ghul one. Wholesome as the ocean. Directions on tell of quick, dishes. Your dtnltr: and "ACADIA" CODFISH ;