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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Special Extra MAJESTIC THEATRE THURSDAY, DEC. 12th GRAND RETURN Wrestling Exhibition Two Oiiiididalc.s lor Wrestling Honors JOHN TAYLOR VS. JOHN BERG A. PURSE TO THE WINNER Conic and for your favorite POLICE GAZETTE RULES TO GOVERN The first mooting these two men will be well remembered and an excellent exhibition .is promised. Prices 75c, 50c. Ringside _______Sea's on Sale at Elite Cigar Store TODAY 'The Chief's Blanket' ANOTHER STUNNING "BIO- GRAPH" DRAMA Good NEXT FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY OUR BIG SENSATION 'The lion's tage! A wild animal animation, pros- oiitlllB a thrilling and daring story. This Is one of the greatest animal pictures over produced, there being enough ox- citiiiK momenta, hairbreadth es- capes, and marvellous ventures to interest tho most blase. Tills is a picture that cannot fall to attract and hold your Interest and to remain fresh In your memory. Remember the Date, and Don't Mis. It. 11 OPPOSES! mi NORTH 'LETHBRIDGI; TEMPER ANCE PEOPLE OPPOSED TO BARROOM ON WESTMIN- 8TER ROAD Tliu announcement thai ilie Would place its freight sheds North LIBERALS WILL DECLARE FOR HOME NAVY AND DECLARA- TION AS TO CONTRIBU. TION Ottawa, probabilities of them culls for a lilty-roomc I i S1'0a thc just toe 'T "l'' member for lied Deer, who has the law. It is said tl would he quite a neat one, inohfc to Thirteenth street. building an orna The church and temperance forces on the north side have successfully fought previous efforts ami will make not spoken so far this session. An agreement to defer the second read- ing until Thursday, it is understood, was arrived at today. 'J'hat the opposition has decided to MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Concfuctod by FIDELIOI determined" figiilTfo S Z'SrS r bar-room now. It Is claimed tint' .1 ft Lanallia" Hie applicant wanting an asWa TO m .tllc expectation. The quor .license more than a bouse lhc "'ill ar- LU LUC that the proposed gift means the accommodato the public. A meeting was held in West- minstcr church last r "ral10" 01 a A FIT-REFORM Advantage It's a distinct advantage, in business as in social life, to wear Great Week at Starland With today's change of programme Slarland, one of the greatest tea- f Ulcre wcrc re weeks in the history of this non lo a llotoli tllc great m ular playhouse 'ivili commence -y ,wore hoth econoi fact, from on the'end of.the contribu-. I it should "The Gift A Ewert Diamond the wisest Clmstmfis Gift you can select. V It never wears out either its welcome or it- sell. _ Both its sentimental value and its commer- cial value increase every year, and. there's a subtle satislaction in "starting a family heir- looiii." _ A diamond is either the safest or the risk- iest purchase you can make. There's no half way point. The riskiest, if .youlack leehni- enl diamond experience and chance -A pur- chase in unknown, quarters. The safest gilt you can buy if you rely upon the public esteem and confidence so highly prized E. A. EWERT Jeweller aiul Optician Oliver IHock Lethbriclge, Alta. mnstcr church last night at S'30 n o'clock and was well, attended. b? It slioulil Mr. liryans, of St. Andrew's churel 'I lu, tllc S'ft to l.e presided, and while there were one 5', or two there who were a cas1' Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. Made by the founders in Canada of highest .grade hand -tailored garments, they win for their wearers respectful recog- nition iii any company. The model illustrated here is exceptionally dressy. Come in and see the other Fit-Reform styles as well. ZC1Q McKELVIE McGUIRE. year, there will bo a continuous booh- ing of big features on exhibition In addition to tlie numerous fine at. actions on today's programme, "The late a protest and dralt husines reasons why there should ,10 i" cense grunted. The main argumen that there being miiu mtLi. iiGiujj, nu railwa sood thf shown. This is performed by the! needed for transient traffic mil same company of players that appear, the business men eould Sandth lue Feud in the Kentucky the production that met with w great approval at Starland last week. On Friday and Saturday- next -tlio mmense lion picture, "The Lion's ne- will be the headlin le attrae-1 san drain on their receipts which a ba room would entail. It was als thought that while bar-ronms are in evitable under the license svstcm tlmy should be kept as far as sible from residential districts. Tl' lion. This is the feature-that committee appointed will get up a management bavo been boosting for some time past, and it will most eer aluly prove to be a genutao feature. OLLED TWICE AS MANY VOTES AS' BONAR LAW IN "STRAW" "VOTE ELECTION London, Dec. Thc proportionate presentation society this week con- model election, and while counter petition, draft business rea sons against Hie proposed license am watch the movements-of the othci side. It was fully realized that ..-oral sound business reasons would have to bo Presented to the commissioners. .DIDN'T NEED A DOCTOR Devil's lake; N. D., Dec. on a just dish respond- ed Lars Jensen, laborer, to rescuers him after he had fallen three floors, with a wheelbarrow full of bricks and some staging. Jensen was almost buried in the debris. Fit teen minutes later he: was ivorlil'nE ou" mother scaffold. LOI1Uc result is not regarded seriously, Darwin t-ATEST ALBERTA GAZETTE CON- TAINS LENGTHY LIST OF SOME: RECENT AP- _: POINTMENTS I-Iis Honor i.he Lieutenant Uovcrnor by and with tim advice of the Execu- tive Council, has been pleased to make the following appointments: Assistant Deputy -lohn Dimlop, Edmonton; P. H. Wil- son, Calgary. Acting Clerk of District. ward Arthur Waillelgli. Edmonton. Acting Deputy S Simpson, Red Deer. Government Jcfl'cry, Edmonton. Inspector 'of Wal- ter Gorman, Edmonton. Official Alexander licKinuon, Edmonton. -Votaries A .Austin, Cal. Kiiry; W. A. Sadler. Athabasca Land- ing: II. S. Wilson. Calgary: Prank E. i sary; li. D. Tighe, Edmonton; W F Cleiidenning, Delburne; W S David son, Calgary; H. C. Day, Edmonton; T. E. Clysdale, Tyrol; J. H. Whicher, I'Taserlou; D. S. Collins, Yoimgstown. Justices of the J. Hotter Sylvan Lake; Wm. Dafoe, Zetland- R' A. Wynn, Coutts; W. .11. Don ton' of Benton Station; G. D Butler Grillin Creek; J. A. Weber, H T lames, Entwisllo; J. w. stouffer, Al- sask; George Roy, Edmonton; Carl Bausemcr, Lundbreck; Louis C-ulmeti llmda. D, J. Hay, Letlibridge; p. Patterson Han-more; W. II. Mellon, Turner: H! and Dr. nsidcrable surprise was occasione thc fact that Mr. LIoyd-Georgi lied nearly twice as man. votes as Uonar Law, leader oi the oppo -ion, at a moment when the gov- nmenl was supposed to be in great siavor as a result 0I: recent iegis ;ion. With .1 view to enrolling voters, a ballot paper was inserted in ten Lon- don and twenty-three provincial newspapers and on these, the names of twelve leading politicians, in vari- ous parties were given. The readers of tllc thirty-three newspapers were were invited to co-operate in secur- ing a- practical illustration of the working Of system Ot proportion- ate representation. As a result of the vote, which it !iist be noted was purely voluntary n the part oi the newspaper read- ers. Mr. Lloyd-George headed the Mr. Bonar GREAT DARWIN'S SON DEAD London, Dec. George Howard arwin, second sou of tie late Charloi, Darwin, died this afternoon in his (is year. He was a professor' ofastro'i- omy and experimental philosophy at Cambridge University. that the promise should be given that steps will be taken without delay to inaugurate a .permanent naval policy. I'hc i-overiiment may also he called for not having provided for the main- tenance of the tlirco dreadnoughts which will he given to the admiralty. REDMOND STOPPED BY SUFFRAGETTES' London, Dec. half an hour' John Redmond, tho Irish leader match-' ed the forcible eviction from the hall of suffragettes whose Interruptions: mil desperate refrains caused a rapid' uccessiou of rough and tumble scenes f the most rowdy description. Tho occasion was home rule demon- tralion at Dalston, In northeast Lon- on. j Men as well as women were thrown i cdily out of the hall, among the men 'ere some clergymen. j .During the half hour Jlr. as able to utter only a single sen- j ence, which was to the effect that it I iemed to him almost tragic that the) Oman's case, which in the mind I id heart of so many was so great, lould be turned into .a comic inter' de. Here's something that will appeal to the boys for Christmas "A Studebaker Junior" MINIATURE FARM WAGON The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Phone 1173 1262-lsi Ave. South NATURAL GAS EXPLOSION IN CALGARY CAUSED. BY SINK- strcet, collapsing alter he had about 100 yards. Merrill, although bliiided by MIL lames and also burned managed ti reach the hotel ollice before lie sank unconscious: The Ore apparatus was on Hie scene a few second after tlie explosion and prevented a cohflngra tion. a Executive onicials ot thc gas com- pany blame the city engineering de- partment for the explosion. The gas mams, three feet under the surface, were laid before sewer mains, whici' ire -twelve feet: under ground. The EVERY ACRE FOR MILES SOUTHi AND WEST OF CALGARY BLANKETED Smith, Uassano; R. J. A. Hamilton, .Medicine Hat UL Bruce. Macleod. have been appointed commissioners for taking affidavits H. E. Hull, of Coutts. has been a pointed a sheriff's bailiff, and Dr Kwen. of Carlstadt, a coroner. R. Cochrane, of Gramtm been named a stock inspector brand Elmer England o Carlstadt, a game warden. -...I..., iiu. 'ounitr -aw being second with ami Edward Grey, foreipn secretary, nurd, the government thus securi' two ui the first three places. LAVERGNE EXPLAINS HOW BOR- DEN SOUGHT HIS ADVICE ON CABINET-MAKING Quebec, Dec. "When replying to a question put by Mr. Lemiens "the augei of a leakage were today to show that th was not to blame in lone at -I o'clock Sunday morning to thilt Pointing oi, vhcn the rear cud of the1 Queen Ho- scwet" was settling lei on Second street cast, was wreck- ed by on explosion of natural pas The injured are: Gcorire night porter of the hotel, badly burn-- ed about the face and bo.Iy aiul suf- fering severely .from shock, 'and Glenn Merrill, night hell boy, v.h0 was also injured by Hying debris and badly burned. The men were in search of a ladder lmve ,A" tl'c >anti lies south aTld of city from Okotol-s Cochrane. Several outfits securing FIRE IN NEWSPAPER Winnipeg, Dec. OFFICE small fjre WENT THROUGH THIN ICE PredcTlctou, X. Tl., Dec. S Irsi accident of the winte easou occurj, t hero today, when fit een-year-old Florence JIcGnire wen hrongh thc ice near the shore. The Christmas Photos Made By the newest styles and fads in photography Studio over Good Company's grocery f SllUlII crippled the mlchincry in tlio plant of the _Snturday Post early this morn- -imcui uic- '-I IIILII in searcn ol a ladder otner day, Premier Bc-rden answered were in the basement of the ho- tnat he himself ha 'e' flm answere tnat he himself had not offered a port folio to Armani! Laveraic, It was the stated Mr. Lavergne today, when the Hurke struck -sion followed, 'losion occurred. i match and the the gas in the thc i arc already drilling for oil there and capitalists from coast to coast are interested. ga n e se- but Mr. Borden did not deny that -Mr. j hcini; thc cause. Four stores J.onk. ivuo had the mission to choose "le sllot where the explosion ..it? mipsio tile three Quebec ministers, me inducements lo wsicr the cabinet Moreover, it was p.ftcr I wrote to bin offered I vm wrecked, and Hying! j glass ami debris was hurled across' MEN SAT ON COLD STONE STEPS WAITING FOR THEIR OPPOR- TUNITY itiuLl: lu mill that Mr. Oorden choose the third min- lilmself, who lold the street through the plate'glass i WITH SH1UPJTEL EXPLODING-0V up th'p the new Burns building i l "cc. a ten days' Hazed from the shock, and wilh'his' llll> "--old stone steps "oi n mass of Ilamcs nnrke land oilier, eating three staggered through the hole caused nv ihm alul "mlcr a stretch of canvass which thc officials permitteJ thorn to erect, a party of (I'll homcsteadrls, headed by diaries .SchwiMkr-rt, will given a'chanceto file on the land they have been wait- ing for. The land is situated in the Redricer valley and will be open to entry tomorrow. fiUHEAD, TUKTCS STAIU'EDE" HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE THE RETREAT OF THE TURKS FROM LULF Runr-nc wilh ,h. f.r'rj household JUST ARRIVED assortment of NUTS and a, fuH and OOAVAIf'B'OHOO- -r Mixed Candies, also XMAS ilN LTD. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE PHONE 107S Our prices are right. neighboring towns and country .solicited. Our -Jronls nro ihc BEST that can he ser- ved lor price. Wnicli our Window display, TIIKO. UOKSSLV. and Mgr. Patronage from the ;