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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE E DAILY HERALD lay, December 7. 1015 PLo 8 I New Light housekeepers have dis- covered what the older ones have known for many, many Roy a. I Household Flour is the secret to all good baking. 'It never varies. Ask Your Grocer for It Should Liberals t be Defeated Lansdcmne Would Name New Cabinet For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. KImira s. of f FAHRINGTON RESIGNS '.'St. Paul, .Minn.. situation of Kohm 1. Karrnimo and of Xorih. prn Railroad, was anno.iur.Hi t0. tiny, tt will lake WlVci on NOTED SCULPTOR DEAD ,-XCT- York. Harvey, sculptor of the- UasnPn monnmr-nt in and of limpnts and stamps in iliis oiiy. S ise, the hat-ver DECEMBER SHOPPING The fatigue of shopping or of social calls is out irt-iy rlisnc'led hy a cup of hoi Take it on your rciurii liome. is concentrated London. UPC 7 tile lutumn cnnference of the National Unionist i association, when tip platfoi n pt the [rnionist partv vvas confirmed it vvas made, very clear should, there -be a I change of government in the United I Kingdom, the t isl of forming (he cab- jinet would fall upolltlie shoulders of Lansdovvne and not ujion Banar During the past few months, as ail ine fighting has been in the House of Commons, ami attention has been ai- traded to that house more than. !u tlnv 'House of Lords, rnionists as well as i Liberals have regard. Bonar Law as actually, if not technically. leader of his party, as well as that pan of it which sits in the House of Lords. At tile conference, however, lit was Lord Lansdovvhe. not .Mr. Law, i who was chosen to make the import- ant announcements in regard to the policy of the party, a duty which in variably falls to ihe leader of the I party. Mr. Law. it ivill bp remember ;cd .was choBfn leader'of the Union ists in the Commons when Mr. Balfour retired, but. unlike his predecessor Mr. Law was not chosen leader of th party. In the American sense be is simply iloor leader in the lo..... and he obtained that position because the. Conservative and Liberal. I'liionist eiomems of what is known oilicinllv as the rnionist party could not comprise their difference's and elect either of their leaders. Austen Chamberlain or Walter Long, to the place. Flonar Law has not been a Kivai success as a leader, and there- fure in-, action of the national con- vention is maUng clear thai he was Iradcr of the parly in the cmuitry. Mr l-U-as'-s aiui arouses lhe younccr elf. in nariy. The KrPat bulk of jll'.p ol.Mlne Conservatives, however -.he whif.h'; Mr. lvas while do not openly oppose tbev j privately object to the'somewhat' PX-' aascrated views expressed by .Mr. FLOUR IS DIFFERENT (NOT "JUST AS GOOD" BUT BETTER) Surprises The Best Dealers Handle ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. If your dealer does not, write us and we will tell you how to get It. TRY ROBIN HOOD FLOUR AT OUR RISK Quit MOMEY BACK l UMtAVIl" WBIN WOO "F This Guarantee in Every Sack m THIS GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK IROBIN HOOD MILLS, LIMITED, MOOSE JAW. CALGARYJ i li CALGARY I flams. BIN HOOD -aw on what wilhuappen in I iLJonlVjIfamlnent Lmomstb vvho l Home Rule is passed, for example the jdea oi I icfereiidnm us support of the noisy mtemipte.s decl-ired, so fa, as thei, nitiuence n the other evening' went fetmn ot the I mounts Belted the with nieui thje immediate intiodtlc and m ways acted m tion ol unbodvmg the pol unbecoming -members -Of .parlia kv foi which the-v had fought The assumption by Lord Lansdovvne of the leadership of the plltx 11 o indicates that -his health, which last' summer it was .feared had broken down, has since greatly imp-roved. It was also rather marked th vc at th piru in convention ins idoptetl their view of the matte'i The oLdiei planks of tie paitj plat foirti welt thus outlined In Loid Lansdovvne Resloratlon of the Hrilish Consti winch he meant the ......-.........t.. .j i[ at Ur meant me iepeai the convention ho mention vvas Parlliment 4ct which deprived of the referendum that vvas to pro I lhe l-ords ot their power to veto ind ihe Mibihtmion of i income lefolm ing t'le'tipper hoiise. The maintenance of the union wuh Iieltnd coupled with the contmua tion of a 'generous policy to Ireland so j cede the introduction of tarlft refoini ir tariff for rev'enue only, should 'the -'nioilists he returned. During the, ast election .Mr. Balfour, vvho is not very ardent tariff reformer, was in- 01 a generous policy to Ireland so need by what is known as the advis Jong leniinis, pail ind pirc I ry committee of the party, consisting J of us f three London editors, to tlutj T b> ethueiiiv ol n itio lal hnintt liould the Unionists succeed in the) "A land' policy not based on class lection Hie iinestion of tanft refoim I Intied We desire the ctilt.vauon ol .-ould be referred to a fnte of the I tlie land to bettor the lot of those who I eople. Bonar Law, who at the time j cultivate it, notably by increasing, the as running for a .Manchester con-[ number of those interested in it ac titueney. where taniT reform is not -.owners of the "oil opular. anil generally all the icidei I and active members of the partv took f up the idea and iu this way brought i many Unionist free traders back into tlie fold. Joseph Chamberlain, the chief apostle of tariff reform, and hi- r son, Austen Chamberlain, were the pletecl fncl hung will continue IhioiiKhoiit Hie vvmtci it the lite o on feet i d iv I he woil tint his been ilh completed IB lhe hi t evidence ol the growth uid protiess ot tht of -UbeitT nhich (oil n ins l populn lion of OdllilO is compared with '0011 in llin rnilroul con blruction Tlso Is an index of tilt tie elopmeiit In commem il jndustiial nil lEnciilltinl lines ind the result ml prospmfj of the. cities iiid towns Ihe-Ci-nadian Pulflc com lint nnd (he Uberla 1 ailw iv H [in ;ation company, which was absorbed the hrst iHineil eirh in 111 con rolled the situation In'the province n 1 10 I IIP can idi in Pacilm opcr of. line and tiic Alberta Railway Irrigation company had 111 miles. 'i'he Canadian 'Northern enter. ed the field in when it build 173 miles of road, w'hlcli was increased to 220.miles the following year. The, Canadian Pnciiic also made extensions bringing its mileage to IKK. lhe Grand Trunk Pacific crossc-rt the eastern provincial boundary in II'OS adding 40 miles (o the total trackage in Alberta. It was (he only- company thai carried on new con- struction that year. The company- built Sfl miles in 1H09, when the Can- dian Pacific increased its mileage o 1041'. The Grand Trunk Pacific added 1B4 miles to its main line and1 built IIS miles of branch roads in 1910, hrlntci-ng the total of all lines lo ITS: miles. .The Ciraud Trunk Pa- completed 3S4 miles In 1811, ivhile the Canadian Northern built 1 miles. Today the Canadian Pa- ;iflc has 1387 miles. BREAKFAST! DINNER! easy answer, the tti iv answer, the economical in easy dish of select Atlantic fish. Wholesome, nourishing, NTo bones, every bite a glad one. And that bracy ocean flavor It com jxh an eager appfllite Simple recipes with park Ask your dealer for "HAOFAX" and K ACADIA" CODFISH The highest grade of cocoa beans, finest cocoa butter, purest cane sugar, and the best vanilla beans'that can be bought, are the. which we blend together to form that rich, smooth coating which is characteristic of REMA.RKABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN j ALBERTA IN PAST FEW FEW YEARS i 'Fdnfonton Dec Six hundred ind i metfcpikln miles of steam lines vv6rf constnuted in Uberu during the firs! ten. months of aicording to i stapiipnt prepi-ed b> the jrovmcul, I depfWtWnt of raiiwajs The present t mil in opei ition in thp province is IS 100 nulls in 111] flu mileage in piev on vetrs follow J itO'pl 8 1 101 IiO 1 I Ci 1 '07 1 si 1 llll I >i iloo I I lip increase from 1 I to I is with I oufral-parallel.iu thp Dominion of Caii- I i lhe fen-id! n Northern lUiIvviv i ttt illv built during, the months 111 a greater i limn rht'totil of Til previous 1 of 1111 the roid Ind i vuilff of line This vtar it his 1 lllllt in increase of 1, i th Trunk Pacilic built: miles, giving the company in miles'.in. the province. The Canadian .Northern railway and j thp, branch line company have 148 [niilns of grade ready for ateel. The Grand Trunk I'ncilic has :H miles, and Hiip [Mniontou K Hiltkh i Columbia has eight milps of steel laid 1 jand 70 miles of continuous grade com. j We feel safe in saying that no other choco late confectionery ever offered to the Can- adian Consumer has come up to the high standard of purity and excellence of Moir's. MOIRS, Limited, Hnlifax, Canada, ;