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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Holiday, December fjrvi'ltll MAJESTIC THEATRE THURSDAY, DEC. 12th GJKAXF) K Wrestling Exhibition Two Candidates Cor 'Wrestling Honors JOHN TAYLOR VS. JOHN BERG .1 PURSE TO THE WINNER Oome and vote for your favorite POLICE GAZETTE RULES TO GOVERN The Jirst nveetino; Of nieu JK) woll rancmberod and an exhibition .is promised. Prices -fil.OO, 75c, 50c. Kjnsldc 1 .50 on Sale at Elite Cigar Store TODAY 'The Chief's Blanket ANOTHER STUNNING GRAPH" DRAMA Good Features 'BIO won oiu OtNSATION 'The Lion's ftage NEXT FRIDAY AND SATUR DAY OUR BIG SENSATION ftauonnn u A wild animal sensation, pres- enting a thrilling and daring -story. This is ono of the greatest animal pictures over produced, there being enough ox- citing moments, hairbreadth es- capes, and marvellous ventures to interest tho most blase. This is a picture that cannot fail to attract and hold your interest and to remain fresh In vour memory. Remember tho Date, and Don't Miss It. It OPPOSE 1 HOE NORTH LETHBRIDQE TEMPER ANCE PEOPLE OPPOSED TO BARROOM ON WESTMIN. STER ROAD Tlie announcement Hint Uic i1 i> it would place its freight sheds in NorYh lias caused the 'effort: to get a license 'revival of ill LIBERALS WILL DECLARE FOR HOME NAVV AND DECLARA. TION.AS TO CONTRIBU. .TION Ottawa, Uec, 8.-Tlu; probabilities are that the naval address will not proceed Thursday next, when I'rem- MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) A FIT-REFC Advantage It's a distinct advantage, in business as in social life, to wear 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 in any company. The model illustrated here is exceptionally dressy. Come in and see the other Fit-Reform styles as well. Great Week at Starland With today's change of programme Starland, one of the greatest tea re weeks In the history of this por niar playhouse 'will commence n fact, from on until the end.of the year, there will be a continuous book ing of big features on exhibition.. tn addition to the'numerous fine at. tractions on today's programme, "The Chief's an., exceptionally sood Biograph production is shown. This is performed by tlio same company of players that appear- ed in "The Feud in tho Kentucky tho production that met with great approval at Starland last week. On Friday and Saturday next the mmense lion jiicluro, "The Lion's Re- will be the headline attrac- ioa. This is the feature that'the iiiuagement have been boosting foi ome time past, and it will most cer ainly prove to be a .genuine feature, have been sent to Edmonton and one i 'I is of them calls for Clark, member for lied Deer, who has not spoken so far this session. An agreement to tlefcr the second read- ing until Thursday, it is understood, was Arrived at today. That the opposition has decided to move an amendment affirming their belief in the principle of a Canadian navy is the "eneral expectation. The lit will he accused of having luunieu liouse, just sufficient to comply with the law. It is said Urn building would be quite a neat one, an orna- ment to Thirteenth street. Tho church and temperance forces on tlio north side have successfully fought previous eltorls and will make a determined fight to keep out (hc bar-room now. It Is clainrc.l that hou> in West- McKELVIE McGUIRE. i-ATEST ALBERTA GAZETTE CON TAINS LENGTHY LIST OF SOME RECENT AP- P01NTMENTS His Honor the Lieutenant Governor by and with the advice of the Kxecn- tive Council, has been pleased to make the following appointments: Assistant Deputy .John Dunlop, Edmonton; F. H. W11--1 son, Calgary. Acting Clerk of District ward Arthur Wadlelgh. Edmonton. Acting Deputy Francis S Simpson, Red Deer. Government Wm. Jeffory, Inspector of Wal- ter Gorman, Edmonton. Oflicial Alcxaildet -VcKinuon, Edmonton. Xotaries fiary; w. gary: R. D. Tighe, Edmonton; W Clendenning, Delbdnie; W s Da son, Calgary; R. C. Day, Edmont T. B. Clysdale. Tyrol; J. H. Whlcl F-raserton; D. S. Collins, Youngstoi Justices of the J Rutt Sylvan Lake; Wm. Dafoe, Zetland- A. Wynn. Co'utts; W. 31. Denton Deuton Station; G. D. Butler Gri Creek; J. A. Wober, Jlayter: H lames, Eutwistlc; J. w. Stoutfer sash; George Hoy, Edmonton- C Jausemer, Lundbreck; Louis Gulme n. J. Hay, Lethbridge; pePatterso niairmore: W. II. Mellon, Turner- Smith, Bnssano; A. Hamilto R- J. Qllinlan a IT. E. Hull, or been a pointed a sheriffs bailiff, and Dr 31 IJwen, of Carlstadt, a coroner. IV. Cochrane, of Grannm IK been a brand reader, and Elmer England, o Carlsladt, a game warden. OLLED TWICE As MANY. VOTES AS BONAR LAW IN "STRAW" VOTE ELECTION London, Dec. proportionate representation society this week con- ducted a model election, and while the result is not regarded seriously considerable surprise was occasionec by the fact that Mr. l.loyd-Georg polled nearly twice as votes as Mr. IJonar Law, leader of the oppo sition, at a moment when the gov- ernment was supposed to he in great disfavor as a result of recent legis- lation. 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 the thirty-illrce newspapers were were invited to co-operate in secur- ing a practical illustration of the working tbe system of proportion- itc representation. As a result of the vote, which it nust be noted was purely volunlarj quor license more than a accommodate the public. A mass meeting was held minster church last; night at o'clock and was well, intended, lie- llryans, of Andrew's chute presided, and while there were 0 or two there who were apparent favorable to a hotel, the great m jor.it.y- were opposed on both cconor ic and temperance grounds anti committee was appointed to iormi late, a protest and drait busines reasons why them should be no 1 cense granted. The .main argument were that there being no railwa a mile or more f tlle proposed site the hotel is no needed for transient trallic and lha the business men could not stand tl dram their receipts which a bar room would entail. H was alsi thought that while bar-rooms are iii evitable under the license system (bey should be kept as far as pos sible from residential districts Th committee appointed will get up counter petition, drait business rea- sons against the proposed license and watch the movements ot the other side. It was fully Realized that ,-ood sound business reasons would bavo to be presented to the commissioners. DIDN'T NEED 'A DOCTOR Devil's Lake, N; D., Dec. on a just :dlsh me respond- ed Lars Jensen, .laborer, to rescuers who reached him after he hail fallen three floors, with a wheelbarrow full of bricks and some singing. Jensen was almost buried in the debris Fit teen minutes later he: was working on mother scaffold. GREAT DARWIN'S SON DEAD DeC; T-alr a n' S afternoon cjr. He was a professor of astron- omy and experimental. philosophy Cambridge' University. y idea and the opposition will ar- that the proposed gift means the inauguration of a polio- of contribu- tion. It will be maintained that it should be made clear that the gift to hc authorized by the proposed bill, con smulc the; only, cash contribution and that the promise should he given lha will be taken without delay to inaugurate nermancni naval po'licy Ibe may also hc callcu for not having provided (or (lie main- tenance of the three dreadnoughts which'will he'given to the admiralty The Gift Centre A Ewert Diamond tlio wisest Christmas Gifl j can select.' ..U- nover Avears out either its welcome or it-'' sell. Both its sentimental value and its commer- cial value increase every there's a subtle satisfaction in "start in a family heir- loom." _ A diamond is either, the safest or the risk- iest purchase you can make. There's no half vny point. The riskiest, .if you Jack techni- cal diamond experience aiulehance a pur- chase in unknown quarters. The safest gilt.you can buy if you rely upon the public confidence so highly prized E. A. EWERT "Jeweller Optician Block LetlibrJdge, Alta. REDMOND STOPPED BY SUFFRAGETTES London, Dec. half an hour John Redmond, the Irish leader match- ed the forcible eviction from the'ball of sulfnigettes whose Interruptions and desperate refrains caused -rapid uccession of rough and tumble scenes j f the most.rowdy description. The occasion was home rule demon-1 tration at Dalston, in northeast Lon- on. -Men as well as women were thrown odlly out of.the hall, among the men some clergymen. During the halt hour Jlr. Redmond as able to utter only a single sen- ence, which Was to the effect that it iemed to him almost tragic that the Oman's case, which in the mind id heart of so many was so great, lould be turned Into a comic inter- de. Here's something that will appeal to >oys for Christmas "A Studebaker Junior" MINIATURE FARM WAGON The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. riume 1173 1202-lst Are. South NATURAL GAS EXPLOSION IN CALGARY CAUSED BY SINK- ING SEWER PIPES street, collapsing after, he bail run about 100 yards. Merrill, although, blinded by the flames and also burned managed to reach the hotel office before he sank unconscious. The- fire apparatus j on flic scene, a lew second after the j explosion and prevented a' conflagra- tion. Executive officials of (be gas com- pany blame the city engineering de- partment for the explosion. The gas mams, three feet under the surface, I were laid before sewer mains, whicli I are twelve feet under ground. EVERY ACRE FOR MILES SOUTH AND WEST OF CALGARY BLANKETED Calgary, Dec. Calgary, Dec. men seriously injured, Onc perhaps I are twelve feet under ground The Calgary, Dec. settling of the sewer trench is collected in filing fees ant cd for the breaking of the gas cornice-! of at i lions and the leakage llecn for oil 1 explosion. Letters writtci has filing fees and tcnt- icrcs of at the Calgary land office during tho LAVERGNE EXPLAINS HOW BOR- DEN SOUGHT HIS ADVICE ON CABINET-MAKING 1--.-V1. lultlllUlM on the pail of the newspaper read- ers, Mr. Lloyd-George headed the oil with votes, Mr. Honar Law being second with and Sir Kdward Grey, foreign secretary nird, the government, thus securing of the first three places. FIRE IN NEWSPAPER OFFICE Winnipeg, Dec. S.-A 6nmll fire nppled the machinery in the plant the Saturday Post early this morn- g. Firo and water did a material image of Quebec, Dec. replying to a question put by Lemieux the other day, Premier Borden answered that he himself had not offered a port, folio to Arnmud Lavwgne, it was the stated 11 r. Lavergne today, 'but Mr. Borden did not deny that -Mr. Monk, who had the mission to choose the three Quebec ministers, offered me inducements to enter the cabinet Moreover, it was r.fter 1 wrote to him o that Mr. Hoi-ileii choose the third cd by an explosion of The injured arc: Oeorce'ilurke, night porter of tlle hotel, badly burn-, cd about (he face and bo.Iy ami siif-i fering severely from tiienn Sicrrill, night hoy, who was also injured by flying debris and burned. The men were in search of a ladder! blame iu aml were in the basement T.'hen the explosion liurke struck the uo-i occurred. tiic to Cochrane Scieral oututs 'are already drilling for oil tllcic and capitalists from coast to coast are interested. match and the explo-l the gas in (he hasc-jMEN SAT ON COLD STONE STEPS WAITING FOR THEIR OPPOR- sion men I being the cause. Kour stores above the spot where the explosion occurred were wrecked, and thti (lying and debris was hurled across TUNITY .ila li the glass the street thru window of jbi. ilan-d from the shock, ;1nil mass of Hames c hole c in wildlv Calgary, Dec. bivouac (in the a u-n days' old stone, steps o! Domilikm land ollicc, eating three meals (here and sleeping under a stretch of canvass which the ollicials permitted I hem to cr'crl. a party of ton homesteaders, headed by Charles .HChweilT-rt, will he given a'chance to tile on the land they have been wait- ing for. The- land is situated in the I Kedili-iT valley and will be open to cinry tomorrow. me the news bv 't h n hi il lnass o Before His -cabinet wa, sworn in tli tl'i- explosion ami ra VITII SIIBAPXEL WENT THROUGH THIN ICE Frcdcrictou. X. Dec. s.__Til accidfnt of the wintc season occurred here today, when fit Christmas Photos Studio over Good Company's grocery HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE JUST ARRIVED of S N'S CHOC- "'so X3IAS THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE PHONE 1078 rig-lit. Patronage from ;iml the surrounclino- Our prices are iieighliorm.a- iccvnn con-iitry Our arc flic vrd lor (he nricc BEST rluit can he ser- Warclu.ur window display, TFFKO. FfOKSSLV. I TKV nnd ;