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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 0, PHOTOS Von mid y o II T friends will like for Xiiiiis. Sec samples yon can get of our work USE TTTK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 908.3rd Ave. South. Beside Baptist Church NEW FIHE INSURANCE CO. Olta'vra, Ont., Dec. bill to in- corporate tho Grent Western I'iro In- surance Co., of-Regina, with a capital of one million dollars, will be consid- ered by the Hanking and Commerce committee. Edward L. IClwood, John F. Kmberry, Walter Scott and Wil- son Graham, all of Hegina, arc the provisional directors. Jlr. McKay, of Prince Albert, is sponsor for the bill OCTOGENARIAN'S LIFE SAVED Ottawa, Dec. Cabinet oi: Saturday" approved of the commuta tlon of the sentence of death on John Bateman, the octogenarian -wife mur- derer, of. Wliitby, Ont.i who was to bo hanged 'on December 13. The man's age largely influenced the de AUSTRALIAN 'LEADER WOULD LIKE DEFENCE COMMITTEE T.O MEET IN CANADA BUSINESS LOCALS LARGE AUCTIO'N SALE of very su- furniture''will take place ill the Standard Furniture Go.'s old stand, Ave. Tues- day afternoon, at 2 p.m. sharp. In our .WOMAN'S EXCHANGE we have dainty hiiml-made Greet- ing Cards, that are "different" from an Arts and Crafts Work- er. Artistic Sepid photographs of the Mountains, from Banff. Are you> interested? The Brown Betty Tea Room Macdonald.Block Loirdon, Dec. Fisher, of Australia, in a message to the London Times., this morning, wel- comes Canada the Dominions contributing to the practical defence of the empire, although the immedi- ate proposals indicate the methods >f New Xealaiut rather than those of lis own country. On the question oi London representative in the im- erial dcfcncp, committee, Premier 'isher thinks it impractical at pres- ent for Australia to follow this cx- mple the minister would lie so dis- ant that he might easily lose touch vith his colleagues. He could not e entrusted with lull responsibility, nd thus would soon become a mere hanncl of communication. The prcr mier reiterates the hope that a de- fence conference will be called at the earliest possible moment and prefer- ably on Canadian soil, since Aus- tralia in the existing circumstances is too remote. The idea, apparently-hinted at Premier -Borden, that the Canadian battleships should aid'in the creation of a powerful imperial Pacific fleet coincides with the Australian aims and aspirations.. It is reported from New Zealand that the minister of defence said yesterday he had al- ways hoped that India, Australia, New P.ealand, South Africa, and Can- ada would eventually join hands ii forming such a fleet. EDITED 'BY "INO" Office 1224 Res. 1115 A't even, when the sun was set, The sick, 0 Lord, around Thee lay 0 in what divers pains they met 0 with what joy they went away I Once more 'tis eventide, and.we, Oppressed ivith various ills, draw near What if Tliy'fovm we cannot see? We know and ieel that Thou art here. O .Saviour Christ, our wei'3 dispel For some are sick and some are sad, And some have never Thee well, And some have lost ihu love thcv hail; Anil some have found the world is Tho communicant class of Kno I'lintcli will meet on Wednesday even The A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian: church will- hold' a devotional inset ing this evening. The Woman's .Foreign Mijs'.ona society of Knox church mcct on Friday afternoon! Wesley Mission Hand will meet at :15 on Wednesday nftjrnoon. The Ladies' Aid oi Westminster church will meet on Wednesday after- noon at the home of .Mrs. Arthur Yet from the world they break .not free The Kpwprth League of ffestmins- neu, ui-iifiin: uesunms- And some have [ricmls who give I (or will meet, toirxirrow cven- d.n... I inir. The. t'nnin. u'hirli n-ill SUCCEEDS LATE LORD FURNESS London, Dec. Wilson 'nrness ..succeeds the late Lord Fur- IOBS as. chairman Withy L-rvine's shipbuilding and drydocks ompany. Georgia labor .unions have proclaim- he m down in cold blood because Hi crossed a deadline-marked but bv t iniJHia. them pain, Yet have not sought Thee. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. A. C. IJIanchard. Mrs. .1. W. JIcNicol for the first time this season and afterwards on the first and second Tuesdays. Mrs. C. .11. Peters, 1-114 London Road, for the first time since com- ing to l.ethlmdge, when Mrs. H. Williamson will receive with the hostess. Hostesses tomorrow ling. The topic, which will he on a riend in will te by Miss Dnnswortil. Divine service will be held in St. Augustin's church on Wednesday ev- ening at eight o'clock and Holy Com- munion will ne celebrated at' seven o'clock on Thursday" morning. These services will continue during the Ad- vent. season. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church ;will -hold their regular business meet- ing at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. Remnants from the recent ose, who so have an oppor- tunity to -purchase. New Y Some Smart and Stylish Dresses for Women and Misses for Day and Evening Wear Beautiful Dresses Very attractive and smart one-piece Dresses for Women and cnt'on the newest models from all wool Serges; and Panamas, ii colort of navy blue, brown, grey and black, cut with long or short sleeves, and high or low necks. All beautifully, tailored. m Prices from ss.00 to I D.DU Evening Dresses Mrs. U. W. Manson, 283 will be on view, that those, Not receiving tomorrow 023 Ninth-St., ,S. The annual meeting of the Ma- branch of the Farm Women Jlrs. tdwin .A. Bishopp left' for (Institute was held on Dec -1th at Edmonton today. the-home of Mrs. Amos Petcr'on President Mrs. L.- S. Taylor in air. Uilt has pone to Medicine Hal, the chair. where he will reside In future. I" After the preliminary exercises the (elections of officers for the corainrr ed a boycott Cavanah left this alter- j. year, .was as follows: nowhere 'tee 'Sot 'i.Sf. 'c. t down in cold blood bccMsc th .East, second Beeman I Mrs. Mao Tur- .lean L'rauliart, of the hospi- iier assistant sccretarv-trcaaurer tal staff at Kamloops, B..C., who Mrs. Marinda Wyman directors' was a guest with Mrs. A. M-its Lottie Hallf" MiSs'Ina Finlav- llas returned home. .Mrs. H. Harrison. 'Mrs 'A Lovely Evening Dresses in Chiffons- and Silk, made with aocordeon pleated skirts, and beaded fringe. These dresses coma lu all the newest shades obtainable. Price Silk Evening Dresses Beautiful. Messaline Silk Dresses In such shades as Eau-de-neal, Co> enhagen, Blue, Old Rose, Navy Blue, and Pale Blue; all CO7 Kll made in charming styles. Prices from to.......... Velvet Dresses Plain -and corded -Velvet made with the high Tiaisted effect! j- and with Robespierre collars.- Skirts have the fashionable COO Cflti gores, making a very charming drese. 1 to Sillt Waists i f Ladles' Silk Waists. in Shahturig, with soft .collar and cuffs, In slut 34 to 44 inches. Makes, an. ideal and useful Xmas Gift. COCO Price, each 4-... .rs. Harrison. 'Mrs 'A I B.-.-'vprltclinold qWrrspondihg cicrk'. Mr. -and Mrs. U. H.'McCarty and '.Mrs.: Ida Wood director' sons leave the einl -of the ..week. .J. A. liajmuissen. ornanist' spend two months at their old Mrs. Efl Visit our Store and Inspect all the Good Things are showing for the Xmas Season. Gifta prices to suit all. The jBay Co. spend two months at {heir home in Thamesford, Ont.. Miss -Lottie Wood, leaves .shortly. old Mrs. Eflic .Jensen j Nellie Mathin sen. auditors Mrs' I HLiiors, ySarali. -fiernard .IJerosne.. In. .10.00. has as {rpm a 'jy-iteh's-caldron. after'-hia'ny' yenrjr in 'a revivalCanada heretofore has Conshlered vote o! tlmnkss-wifs londtfeirthB aml was warmly'applauded. With her that, like ourselves, she had primary retiring linn chn -t i-incHo f ml fi-ntii -e____ uuuur ..Mim-iiy. n voie oi au" wa! in an extended, visit to retiring officers. sQn. ..Dec. 27th "the husband nickens', novels. Hamilton other eastern points. club will'hdld a iflc'ia? tea at uie ofVMrs. hon-l of the Incoming of-i Lav dow: .she -translated., from English- interests apart 'from those1'. the un> neighbors across the oceaii, a few days the former's Mrs. J. W. who cannot- move without treading on .Canada has con- -Motherland -might linve quarrels from which the .Domin- n certain principles io govi thinking, and stick to them. 1 For instance, determine to drop, lllte i interest 't'd'-' Womfn !a hot poker any thought that makes ion might abstain, thereby exercising you weak, depressed, 'wick something like an application of veto e a ey nd X, sllc lv'ls not only on the bore coming, dodge! if you see ek tllc literary world. She tiger-thought, or skunk-thought run! son, Robert, 'expect to leave a week rom today to visit in Hamilton and GcPrSes Well other Ontario points. I Hugo, Louis Napoleon and the ity, su Welcome tho flower, angel, prosper thoughts. I mu nj, OUUUKas j younger Dumas She appeared first 011 Yon have no conception how much A. G. Cameron returned this slaBc Les Folies this has to do.wlth vour for. .HIM, many great roles' alld happiness. 60 vou know Just (MR Kmilr-fllt; FI-IMH learniDg -the art of thought-chcoa' fteniooii from Clarcsliolin, wlicre he: onducled anniversary services yes- onlay. -v., "J "42- she rctue "Y; At 1310-Oth Avenue South .------ON------ Thursday Next, Dec. 12th At 2 o'clock Sharp Frank is favored with instruc- tions to sell by.public auction ttnd without rc- the useful isebol And Sure r, wicker chnlr PHONES Quods on view the morning of sale. Auctioneer's Office, Dominion Block. -Mr. aii.1 Mrs. Edmund John Coop-' r announce the engagement of their aughter, Edna Gertrude, to Dr. j oseph Howard Caldwell, of Coutts, I Ita., ihc ninrriagc to take place he latter part of December; The engagement is announced of iss Marion Rogers, daughter nd Mrs. Arthur Rogers, of Yar- outh, X. S., to Mr. Edward D. ennett oi Medicine Hat. The riiar- age will take place on Christmas in Medicine Hat. Miss Rogers is many friends in town as sheilas veral times visited her uncle and I aunt, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Flint. Ottawa Free Press. Mrs. Thomas Taylor is conlined to the house with a severe attack bronchitis. Jlrs. J. n. McKean, oi Calgary, arrived.on Saturday night on a visit witli Mrs. J. L. Lctz. Tile second of the scries of tennis dances, which will he held in the .S.O.K. hall on Friday evening, prom- ises to he very enjoyable anil is one of the largo social events of the wrr-ic. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES St. Monica's Guild of St. Angus tin's church will ,mrcl at tomor- row afternoon. Mrs. F. W. Downer will open the bazaar to lie held in Mr. Adam's store, Westminster Road, at three; o'clock on Thursday aiternoon under .the auspices oi St. Mary's Guild. -An- other feature will be the drawing of a largo siw. tiaby doll. Booths of I plain and fancy sewing am! cnndv will he displayed, while a tulip r-ed will attract the children. Afternoon I to.i will be soncd from three to five1 and supper from fivr-thirly lo j i-i1 itaniiuti -LUC art oi inoug to U married to, ing tliought-dodging, you wonders? As to health, tho power of mental suggestion is well known. By stern control of one's thoughts, keeping them off the subject, one can cure nine diseases out of ten. There are some who make this law a part of their religion, and it works well. Any Intelligent physician will tell you It is founded on Frank Crane, in Woman's World for December. find it easier to produce than to solve. In the name of loyalty he 1ms raised a spectre in it-may be necessary for him to campaign the French constituencies hostile on a. much more moderate suggestion and the western constituencies who are in revolt because of the strang ling of their trade for the benefit of the British connection, thus, made dis- tasteful. It will be easier' and more agreeable to reject hiE advice than to admit that the situation of either the Empire or the Dominion is so desper- ate as the plan implies." Far-Reachlng Effects The Tribune says: "The almost unanimous and gener- onics 'in. other respects. ,Agam and again" tKey'Have" made" overtures to :the-United Kingdom-for certain raeas- 'sures of imperial federation or union other; kinds than military, only to have them repulsed. The scheme ofr a tariff union of the empire has particularly been a theme to which the government at Westmins- ter has not responded, or has any-ma- terial encouragement been given to any -plans for colonial participation in administrative or legislative affairs, save in the one matter of. diplomacy already noted. Nevertheless the acceptance-of this Canadian offer, with ita by the present Liberal and almost government, meaag much in itwlf; strikingly suggests how niuch mare In the same direction might be done if the Unionists, committed '-to 'Mr, Chamberlain's colonial and flpcal pol- icies, should be returned to flower. A British Empire in the six coutiiitnts, with Imperial representative voWra'- incnt, imperial defence and IB. Imper- ial system of free trade within protection without, would be a. grwrter factor in the world's affairs than ths Empire is today." Makes Swsst, WhslcMme Tho Parish Auxjljarv Of St. c'ypri-' HI'S cluirch will mct't for thf "last i ADAPTATION OF THE CLASSIC :im-' tlii.s jwr on Tlinifitlay after-! Made of catin, with a ninon tunic embroidered gold TIMES AND TRIBUNE SEE IN IT SOMETHING UNCOMPLI- MENTARY TO BRITAIN New York. Dec. New York papers'have taken a lively interest In the Canadian naval policy. The Times says: "Tho price Hint England pays is the price that Asquith rejected, and a con- payment already has been made on account. Xoi only has Can- ada boon assured of admittance to the Imperial defence council, but consid- erable i.rogross has been made in re- versing the economic policy upon which the present KOvernment holds its popular mandate. At Canada's' initiative the imperial Trade Commission has been re-organ- imi. in the manner proposed for the Bmpirp. The free trader who was-up. pointed chairman has hcen forced out for one more open-minded on the question of tariff reforms, meaning British protectionism, sometimes call, ed Chamberlainism or Imporinl prefer- "Thf price that Canada pays is no ess repugnant to settled Iden's. With Canadian battleships in lino, the ilninn is thrown into the vortnx of European militarism, from whlcli it ally enthusiastic approval which is Women write that the yeast they've to this arrangement by the Bri ised makes sour bread, but White tish press, and the assurance, which Swan Yeast Cakes makes bread sweet Borden says he thai it will Ight and wholesome. Sold by live be. welcomed by the British govern ;rocers, li cakes for 5c. Oct free sim- presents a strong contrast to pie from White Swan t Cer- the Rritish attitude toward th eals, Limited, Ont. WHEN MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR After searching everywhere this old lady at last tried our flour. Her experience is summed up in the word "delicious." Your verdict will he the fame. Try a sack saves trouble, limn, money and temper. It is the careful housewife's friend. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAORATH ;