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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PHOTOS You and .y.o. 11 i- IVionds will li'ko for -Xiiias. TISE 900.3rd Avc. South. Beside Baptist Church NEW FIRE INSURANCE CO. Ottawa, Out., Dec. bill -to In- corporate the Great Western Fire In- surance Co., oi rtcglna, with a capital of olio million dollars, will be consid- ered by the Hanking and Commerce committee. Edward L. Elwood, John P. Emberry, Waller 1.1. Scott and Wil- son M. Graham, all ot liegina, are the provisional directors. Mr. McKay, of Prlncb Albert, is sponsor for the hill. OCTOGENARIAN'S LIFE SAVED Ottawa, Dec. Cabinet on Saturday approved of the commuta- tion of the sentence of death on John BiUomail, the octogenarian wife mur- derer, of...Wliltby, Out., who was to bo 13... The .man's age' largely Influenced the de- cision. AUSTRALIAN 'LEADER WOULD LIKE DEFENCE, COMMITTEE TO MEET IN CANADA BUSINESS LOCALS LARGE AUCTION SALE! of yen- su- rpenor furniture will take place iii the fatandard Furniture Co.'s' old stand, lio-jth Ave. South., torommow, .Tues- rifnf" i lo Medicine the chair. '-Uor m he will reside future. Xttcr' 'the preliminary exerctea tomorrow Mrs. J. Jones, 623 Ninth St., S.. Mrs. Edwin A. Bishopp today. Beautiful Dresses _1 attractive .nd smart DresM, for' Wonin .nd -cut on the newest models from .11 of navy blue, brown, grey and black, cut or and high or )ow necks. All beautifully, tailored. Prices from ?5.00 to Evening Dresses Lovely Evening Dresses In Chiffons and Silk, made with pleated skirts, and beaded fringe. These dresses come AA' all the newest shades obtainable .Price .._.; i Silk Evening Dresses Beautiful Messaline Silk Dresses in ,uch shade, as enhagen, niue, Old Rose, Navy Blue, and Pale Blue; all made in 'charming styles. Priced from 9Cr.OO Velvet Dresses Plain and: corded Velvet Dresses, made with .the hl.h, 'i and with Robespierre'collars: .iSkirta have tbe gores, making a very charming dress. Pricw to Silk Waists Ladles' Silk. Waists in'Shantung, with soft collar and cuff., In 34 to 44 inches. Makes an ideal and useful Xmu OIK. Price, each 5Zr the have if they finally have to infes noon for Medicine Mat to spend couple of days before continuing he Journey to her home m the bast Miss Jean Hrquhart of the hospi tal stall at Kamloops Ii C who was a guest with Mis McUmo has returned home. second MC, prcSHlent Mn, Beclnan tres. urer Mls Vae lllr assistant seealjn trcisirer launda Vnmai directors Mis? Ictlie Uallr Mss Ina Mali, Mrs If Mr, Wr. and Mrs. B aml sons leave the end pi tie ucrt. to spend two months" at their home Thamesford, Out in old Mjs Jin, Has, ,m t Visit our Store and Inspect all the Good Thing. showing for the Gifto .nd price, to .uit all. The Hudson's fay Co. .Jliss Lottie lc-nes shorlh i ,0lc o, on an extended visit rct.nn ofhtcr ftn Hamilton .inil yn Derosne I Beared niter In IflOO she reap in has recoiled as from Camda heretofore- has considered s caldron r-inor Hamilton and other easten, points few days iviU.i--i.he former Mrs. ,1, w. Jlc.N'icol. a dance to he held in i the Conservatory of Music auditor- ium on Christmas Eve ,11 h01d a t nf Ar. -v ,__ u mvivui nerecoloTe has coiislrtprHi from English mterests apart from happy neighbors .across the ocean 1 cesses ia few June. died in 1J age of eii: Lay down certain principles to gov. crn your stick to them. For instance, determine to drop, jifce a hot poker any thought that, makes yon miserable, weak, depressed, wick- ed or afraid, iris Consider your thoughts as if they Bordeh" has >N SALE At 1310-Odi Avenue South ------OX------ Thursday Next, Dec. 12th At 2 o'clock Sli Frank WadiliiiRtoii is f Furniture And ed'ecls, quantity of kitchen Goods on view the morning of sale A russ and a Mr. and Mrs, H. M. Lemon and _- younger -Dumas. Hev. A. o. Cameron returned Profcssioiial ifternoon from Claresholm, where he sonductcd anniversary services yes- terday. .Mr. and Mrs. Edmund John Coop r announce the engagement of thci daughter, Edna to Joseph Howard Caldwell, Coutts yta the marriage to take, place he latter part of December. The engagement is announced of Iiss Marion Rogers, daughter oi Mr na Mrs, Arthur Rogers, of Var- iPi'U', N. S., to Mr. Edward D ennctt of Jledicine Hat. The mar- age will hike place on Cnristmas ay in Medicine Hat, Miss 's friends in town as she'has vcral times visited her uncle and int, Hr. and Mrs. T. Ii. Flint ttawa Free Press. Mrs. Thomas Taylor is confined to house with a severe attack of onchitis. She appeared fir t 'YO S stase at 1 es Kolies 'e "ow muc inJ843. She created many c-eit ri J your healtl1' fo ut the Comedie Fnincais" from which DO J'ou know.jus she retired in isss to he nnrrifd tn y tho art ot thought-choc: LI and thought-dodging, you can wor 'wonders? As to health, the power of menta suggestion is well known. By Btern control of one's thoughts, keepln them off the subject, one can cure nine diseases out of ten. There are some who make this law a part their religion, and it works well. An) intelligent physician will tell you II is founded on Frank Crane, Woman's World for December. .1. u. JlcKcan, of Cal 1 on a 'lie econd Of die series of tennis w hid, will be held in the hall on I-ridaj- cvcninir prom- i-scs to he very enjoyable and is one S0ciai cvrnts of CLUBS AND SOCIETIES St. Monica's Guild of St. .VUBUS- tm s church will ,mect ,u tomor- row aiternoon. I Mrs. K. Ilowncr will open the hazaar to he held in Mr. Ad-im's store, Westminster Road.-at three o clock Thursday afternoon under the 0[ St. Mary's Guild An- o.iier feature will ho the drawing of a large size baby doll. Ilooths of! anrf wi) he displayed, whilo a tulip i VM. the children. Aitcrnoo i tea will he seru-d frnin three to five .supper from live-thirty to eight: j The Parish Auxiliarv St. Cvpri-l churol, will mccl fnr ADAPTATION OF THE CLASSIC "a, ,u Thursday of ,Wy ninln tunic embroidered wiih gold TIMES AND 'I'RIBL.NE SEE IN I SOMETHING UNCOMPLI- MENTARY TO BRITAIN Xt.w York. Dec. Xew Vorl papers have taken a lively interest in the Canadian ni'.vnl poiiry. The Tinifs says: "The price that England pays is the price that Asrpilth rejected, and a con- siderable payment already has been made on account. Nol only has Can- ada been assured of admittance to the imperial defence council, hut consid- erable progress 1ms been made in re- jVC-rsIng the economic policy upon j which th0 present government holds Us popular mandate. At Canada's- Initiative the Imperial Trade Commission has been reorgan- ized, in the manner proposed for the Rmplre. The free trader who was ap. I pointed chairman has been forced out! forgone more open-minded on the! question of tariff reforms meaning I Ilrltlsh protectionism, sometimes call cd Chamherlainlsm or Imperial prefer, cnce. "The price that Canada pays Is no less repugnant to settled ideas. With i Canadian battleships in line the Do-' minion U thrown into the vortei of' turopean militarism, from which it: .untune, tog ocean who cannot move without treading on e-ich other's toes. Canada has con- ceived that the 'Motherland might have quarrels from which the Domin- Ion might abstain, thereby exercising something like ah application of veto on unapproved war. The Rt. Hon. Robert Duluen nas good reason for wishing-a safe deliv- erance from-the crisis, which he will md it easier to produce tban to solve n the name of loyalty he has raised i spectre in whose'company, it'may >e necessary fdr him to campaign the French constituencies already 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 ot the British connection, (bus made dis- tasteful. It will -be easier and more isreeable to reject his advice than to that the _situatlon of either tbe so deeper Empjre or the Dominion Is as the plan implies." Far-Reaching Effects The Tribune says: "The almost unanimous and gener- lly enthusiastic approval which is iven to this arrangement by the Bri- an press, and the assurance which Ir. Borden says he has, that it will e welcomed by ient, presents oules in other respects. Again'and again have made overtures to tbe Unlted.Klugdom for- certain nets. ures of impeTial federation or union o[ other ikinda than military, only to have them repulsed The scheme of a tariff union of the empire' has 'particularly been a tbeme to which the government at Westmtas- er has not responded, or has any ma- terliil encouragement been given to ny plans for colonial participation m dmlnlstrative or legislative affairs, ave In the one matter of diflbmiw-y Iready noted. Nevertheless the acceptance of this Canadian offer, with its condition by the present Liberal and almost radical government, means much In itself and strikingly suggest! how much more in the same direction might be done If the Unionists, committed to MT Chamberlain's colonial and fiscal pol- icies, should be returned to A British Empire in the ilx with Imperial representative ment, imperial defence and liLl' ial system of free trade wHhln tod protection without, would i greater factor in the' world's affairs thw Empire is today." Makes Sweet, Wholetome Iraid Women write that tbe thay've ised makes sour bread, but White. WHEN MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR After searching everywhere this old lady at last tried our OH is 'n 'ho word "delicious." Your onlict will be the same. Try a today-l, Mve, trouble lime, money ami icmpur. It Is the careful housewife's friend. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND MAORATH ;