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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1011. TTTE LETTIBRIBGE DAftT Choice Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums, Lily of the Valley, Hyacinths, Narcissus and Violets We have a large assortment of most beautiful plants in bloom. FERNS PALMS, VICTORIA HOLLY, MISTLETOE, EVER- GREEN .WREATHING, HOLLY WREATH and XMAS TREES There is nothing more suitable for a Christmas Gift than a box of our -Choice through our Greenhouses, q PLEASE ORDER YOUR CUTFLOWERS EARLY Wall and have a look AL CO. Cor. llth Stand 4th Ave. S. Phone 577 It is simply impossible for this space -saving IDEAL Folding Bed to close accidentally. It self-balancing in snyf position. All Stand on Progress (Continued from front page) Works with springs, not weights, and is so light and per- fectly balanced that a child can operate it. All metal therefore vermin-proof. No parts to work loose, wear out or break. Bedding, kept in perfect order, always open to air. Canopy permits artistic draping open or closed it is a handsome piece of furniture. Be sure md.aik for the IDEAL .Folding Bed, and see tHat it bears our trade mark. Ask for name pi dealer nearest -you. Write for Free Folder Wo. FI40 IDEAL BEDDING C MONTREA TORONTO WINNIPEG such during tlis past year as were nut. 'particularly favorable for attracting new industries to plaoe ital hove. Mtv.Hatch defends Self Mr.. Ihitph was dhe; next .speaker, ami -was -.very liricf -and: point, lie 'that he would not lotich on" bis platform as it was well known to all. -.He. said ,llmt he also was well known to the public ami they con'icl judge him by his work in public during tho pawl three years. ".Mr. Stafford has said that he was a business man, probably inferring tbat 1 am not, 'fc voJt benefit I s hit i ha e] xindled is much meicin'ilf ess is Mi SUuToid J" one ;1 1m t, i the heitl of. i flrii that co'd o er three juartc 3 of T nil lion doll us of jjoods ind I v.a.3 "successful too." Regarding the Dry I arming h saia thu u too large an enterprise for 01 to think of handling it. EVEN YEARS OF -MISERY Rural Municipalities Bill is Introduced (Continued from front page) to seciirc a railway to Fort MoMiu- ray in the ,past. He hud moved con- tinually. Now both political parties "falling over each otliuc" to do sumotliiiig tor Hie noitli country.. Ue- iorc (lie lirovinc'j got control of na- tural resources he. thought- some. in- ventory should ho taken oi those re- sources. Later iii ltlui session lie would, with the permission oi- government present. n resolution deal- and all 1O. LIMITED 29 DELAYED TRAIN AND SUICIDED Tokio, Dec. his life as fln atonement because Urn emperor ul 'Japan was forced ty spend an hour's delay in a cummoii wnitiiiR room Moji infcmlcnt. threw, himself limipr a train lie was in charge oi arrang inch Is of Mie Emperor's- journey fro Kyushu, when; he witnessed the b my manoeuvres and ihc imperi I ain was dc'igyctl as a ;result ot t railnionl of a I'arriaite due to a isplaced switch. Me left a letter j-ing he coasidured it his duty to ;ho work of every citizen, ;uirt" work' together The Aldermanic Aspirants The aldenmm were all introduced in 'alphabetical order and a greater part of. the crowd icimmed io the pnd Alesqrs Wiulth Ah'd. Gibbons, tiihnore, Reed, and Williamson spoke briefly and. all practically outlined the platforms with which tho public is now familiar. All stand for the n ect ind night all stqod-" fCT a referendum on ingle Messis Cllmore and Wil liamsbn from the north end. manfully exulained the objects of their associ ation and why they, are in the field md nn T good nnpiession Tin. of fluent, acceptable -public speikua is cici oj imong the ildei 'manic'tlia.n the uiayoralty candidates. U Afa imth au the Urea iiil Way, the employment of a bacteriolo- nist to ensure milk arid water foods, tho lighting of the lanes, and putting tho wires underground the paving is being done. 31 r. Aird fuvorg u careful consorva- iin of resources, -spending the money All Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. "For seven, years I suffered everything1. t I was--in bed for four or live clays ilml believed thai n commission should ed to tully investigate the resources of the noi'thfru part- ot Alhcrta. Mr. Cornwall rndorsul both the railway policy the good road policy of the government, lo which would give his heartiest support. (Liberal Politics was not a matter of. interest to him, hut lie was con- sistent. "Go down to Ktimontfin and gel was his. instructions when Hccteil and tins would pver Ijc his ac-rio.ii en the floor of UK- house. .Shortly after five o'clock the Iiousa adjourned to meet again on Monday at four.; This will allow most Of the menders to spenil 'Sunday at their homes. man times, and s .it .1 time every month, and so weak J could hardly walk. J cramped and bukiuhe and head-' ache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or have anyone move in the. room. The doctors me medicine to eise me at-'-those ii would IIK operition _ 1 imlwhenoinendof my husband told him about Lydia J3. Pinkliam's Vege- table Compound and what it hart done for his flili, I willing to tite it. n l look -the picture of health and candidate p esept too I can do ray own house- work, hoe my garden, and milk a cow. I can entertain company and enjoy them. I can visit' when J. choose, and walk as far as any ordinary woman. I my (h) in Hie month i wish 1 could j tUktoereiysuflcringwomauandgirl." ADC -Mrs UuIvBinniM. Sikcston.Mo; I flHrt W 1 L Kj AKt Vifllli Lill 1 niiu The most remedy In this country loi the Hire of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E. Pink- iiam's Vegetable Compound. It is more widely and successfully used than any other remedy. It has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, in- flammation, ulceratiou, fibroid tumors, itn uitieb pcnoflir p lins, backache, that heariugdown feeling, indigestion, .and nervous prostration, after all other means luiiH'alled. Why don't you try it? FOR MR. HATCH In the New Home You want the best when starting in the new home. Above all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. It is a sort of portable fireplace. It is ready night and day. Just strike a match and light the wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minute. The Perfection OJ Heater does not smell nor patent 'automatic device prnentt that It can be carried easily from room to room and is equally suitable for any room in the Handsomely finished, with rucLcl drunu of either tuiquoise-blue enamel or plain slcel. w Forlfouf Health's S Circle-Watcrpan heated house is as diy in June. 'Investigate this question and convince yourself. Write for Booklet'' ind full ghilly supply it. THE JAMES STEWAST P.5FG. WiMMSitock, Winnlpcd, Mnn. Lhhridgc Carpi-liters unit Joiners endorse the candiilncy oi George M. Hatcli. At a special moiling of Lctli- liridgc riiited o[ Cnr- [H'nlers ami Joiners (lie following re- solution was passed "Thai we unaninirnisly endoiye the dollar for dol-'uiiitiMatilrc of Ororgo II. Hatch for Ilie jiosition of Mayor of Lelbhridge." Wliilc not (ifncinlly given out it is a wHl knoun fart; iliHt several of the other more prominent laliur" un- ions also endorse Wr. Match and there is no doulii that ilie majority with a view to ;i lar and to avoid Up is Gtreot railway man and promises to do hiT best All r illnn isu r liuilding pln'lfornls to collapse after -the votes arc cap- till i.d He in doaling with the l-stic a th iirivu uill givini; the .toiili the nlthln them. Ho is a o! men .connected with the uii- jpiblie hip nun ami wants nn arc strong in. his favor. They eailj complilioiot the railway. thai in hire limy will have ;l Mr. Gilinore has olio-third of the nuxyor 'who hoosl latepmi his Intk and a thus IttdiistrieH and hnild- ishiioof tin others lie all assniin.; plrnly demand for thc Hills in evidence, os- coiiiiiu year.' ptmlh said a leai'liiiir wofli'cr toilav "is eainini' a sonorous vision of .far Sale by iriok-Schl Hnnlware Co. Mr. sfcnitli tlic nt U the pooj.'ie g. it ll s[ 11 it uiion ciMt ofllcials. Mo I vaiifv-. to .5eo the city beautified and j improvements jmt ih nl once. -Mr. Williamson is a nnrlh north eiwlor jirul a good mail. Tip hns (lie year without milking porno prosress and woiilti devoto his bo-t thoiKM ;ind onL-rglcs lu building up Letbbridge. He would be careful in hnndlinii tho niotiies, but. would spend it to show results. He is I'd Lethbridgo -b ut tt'itli Illis.abilities iire'ttill Kiovti to thu [public.'- Me has been tiial and found Jeanaiilc'.nC. thu icsponsibili I tips nbccfl iipun him and thtic is little doubt that Sit; will head' witli a substantial working ma- NEW WHOLESALE BEING STOCKED hi'llihridgo's second ttholptlli grocery AVilf open Us doors for i itu dajs !Tlie A. Co wl.Ofat. iliousc on .Spnon.'l Avenue lias 'just 1, ha.L Inguu lo -sliiii in slocl out cil IJii? {ilrcndy unlndul whilt iwi1 'more arrived I Part stall is already here 'with. Mr. llgiMls in ihn.Ri, lie nett i.amgtr the reinaimieL ot the office hi'ill, is to arr till. u toil-is or en when the (.on.ini) will hcg.n m real earnest The I ctlihndge -warehouse makes the fiflecntli warehouse' ot. this Conipun in Canada, and in a iccrut usll to Lcthbndge the head 0. tin n in, A Micllonald silri tlist intcided to the ul.olc ot Su.tbcin Vlliert. ind C from their LcHibriilgc house. C. P. R. MEN CHARGED WITH THEFT Regina; liec. sequel to: a IOIIE series of pe t% thefts in the C P R jirds here occurred when Switchmen MoAuley ..and Clifton were i arrested. When the room of these men searched a -whole pig, a uise oi ind seteial loose Dot Mer, of .liquor, wore .found are claimed to been stolen lij men from the C. P. R. yards. The ClirisljiiaK numhcr of the V.'itid- I sai'.iiis, an K.iglifli liy Kiss lladw and Miss Cicely Smith, .of I Tin- Novfinhcr isniir of the, monthly also a contrihiition Jiy Miss Mmljjc Smith. Large, light, dejiciously flavored loaves-more loaves and igorejauaiitv to the sack than from any other The housewife .who uses ROBIN HOOD Four knows this, and will use no other. A monev-ba_ck guarantee n every sack. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ;