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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta December TvETTTBIUDCrE T A1LV ITERATE Possessing exquisite freshtiessaiid a fullness of flavor not found in of tier teas CEYLON and Clean to a Leaf MIXED OR I Sealed Packets Only NATURAL GREEN Beware of Imitations m have established a new and standard of purity and deliciousness in They are prepared from the best cocoa beans the market personally selected by andground inour own by skilled The chocolate coating is of the finest quality and are dainty and forming a combination which re suits in the most de licibus chocolates you ever Try MOIRS CANADA Sold by Best Everywhere CHRISTMAS GROCERIES ATTRACTIVE PRICES DATES Per pound Per MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound Special 20 SUGAR fff j for I BEST ONTARIO PER grt BOX I Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 It brings Gocd Luok on Bak ing dsy boca use avory requisite of a perfect baking powder ia embodied in Albertas Albertas Beat is ab solutely Albertas Bsstiapefectly freo from iny substance jHjiirious Albertas Best isknown by good cooks your grocer for it Avenue South 5 At 2 oclock Sharp Frank WaddingIon is favorer wiHi liojfs foscll by public auction and without re the useful And including Leather Oak Rocker upholstered in wicker set k lining oil lining tiiblo oak oliico dressers nnd spviiigs iinrl olid oak kitchmi bod nigs and i qtianiity Goods on view the morning of PHONES Auctioneers Dominion West Indies Agreement Intro duced Mounted Police Bill Ready for Third Reading This was the first government day of the week in the and good headway was made with the business on the order Practically all the minor gov ernment measures were advanced a the resolution iin which is based the bill ratifying the In dies trade was passed and the hill introduced a large number 61 motions for returns assented to and a number of formal questions an There was a debate on the Indian trade agreement resolution lasting over an hut the matter will he discussed at greater length on the second reading of the bill the treaty will be and all other details laid on the table of the i Premier Uordens bill increase the pay of ollicers and men of the northwest mounted police was put through the committee stage and now stands for the third Premier Borden made an explana tion to the house in regard to Cap tain the Nova Scotian wlio was given a job in the outsidu ser vice subsequent to his sentence a charge oE The naval bill resolution was adopt ed without discussion and was agreed that it would have pvcced QJICU on Thursday over all other husir ness after questions until tml of the The speakers on day in all probability be Sir Wilfrid Fos Graham and J This probably will fill in the afternoon and evening sittings and Michocl Red will move the adjournment and continue tin debate when the house meets on before the house rose motion or a committee to inquire into the system of old pensions for Canada was i A answer to the by Houlny as to the number of In teirolonial employees dismissed at and Campbclllonfroin June to January I was hand ed inby The mimbe of dismissals in all were and of these sonic lie were marked cause specified and about ten oth er dismissals were attributed to duction tiie The reason for through the bin mtroduc ed and the main discussion to take plauo onthe second Carvcll thought that FOB should Inform the ilousu as to the tariff which would be made necessary as the result of the agree Foster replied that some read justments would bo These would include lime juice and one or more the bo Foster That will They willbo contained In an amendmentto the Customs to be introduced lat er by the Minister of Customi Jailbird Officials The case of Captain Landry of Ar Nova who was to a government position after serving a term for was then further Premier whd adjourned the debate lust night in order to ascertain the facts of the case made a He said that on June an agent of the Marino de partment drew the attention of tho department to the fact that In prison criminal On June the Conservative candidate for was advised that tbe government pro posed to dispense with the services of Gillies was asked to re On July 3 Gil les advised department that ihe duties of the were being satis actorlly discharged by one Ori an order was passed dis jenslng with the services of tf iv Borden stated tlmi the govern1 nent had taken action as soon as pos sible after it had learned the circum stances In connection with the As release said he had looked over he and there was nothing n to suggest that it was due to iiol tieal Lundry was let iff on because it was eported necessary for him to undergo i serious who vas acting Minister of Justice at tho was not aware that had icon appointed tpa jniblic was open to any nember In the ustlce Hon C J Doheitj Minister of Jus WeVe ready now to show you fresh Grocer1 ies for We have abundance of the very Try us for your Christmas KAJSINS in lli 2 for 16 Very per lt NUTS per n mixed In fancy from ftr Bost Chocolates In per Mixed Candy and per H OURKANTS Finest 16 2 for 25c PEELS riest quality and per Stockings from 5 to a Toffee llh tins Zftc Almoilds Walnuts per Musical 12 in each box 20Ib sack Almond Paite Cut mixed Peel n Sweet per tin NEW DATES Finest Hnllowi iii 16 2 for Game 12 in each box Holly heat 12 from to par bottle per lOOItij Domion Block 4th L C TEEPLE Telephone 515 Jjeeii made with in the Western Doininiofi im hut that with the Alberts inlor mation Is tothe pftect tirnt over be and the plans for extensions two roads are the pre Hill in British Columbia In British Columbia Hill is now building the Victoria and Eastern railway and the line is now in operation within a miles ot the while the charter for aiucxtensioii still In vrcstern Canada today there are a number of such charters with which nothing has been and the generalsuspicion in railroadcircles is that Hill nrn ne the other o glect of shortage of cash and other The lirst business taken when the met was the in of Premier lionlcns ice sjfd lie hid no desire to conceal i at the backof the majority of ujthlng lu connection the and that quietly be is building one at a bclore well established that for obviQus documents concerning could not be made Hp could not believe tile members of the Opposition who had char bad been by ABUSE of coffee by tBe nubsti NiCKBf IN one AND POUND CMS CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL hate has laid1 his plans for the could be seriou would be and no man oc cilpying the position of minister justice would stoop to such a pro that the crn invasion and already Western dy is heading for city as tlic plans can carried out The Alberta Pacific covers another the country willbe of which the railroad great to the flreat Nor THE Dohsrty mdyocl niem of the hill increasing the pay Of officers ami men of the Mountel Po The put tlirmiKh Hie coimiritlcc stage and now staiifls or a third A Ontnl would lie in the interests of the force to name a deputy commissioner for each Saskatchewan and with headquarters at the capitals of the lie stated thai this had heen a matter of consideration by the province of Alberta and the late Owing to Ihe ab sence of any ollicers authority in Alberta there liad been serious dc lays in communicating with the au Premier Borden said that he was speaking from memory hiit he Ioiilcl not recall this suggestion had ever been drawn to his atten Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that when he hail in charge of thedcpart inenr appointment of two the Western one for each had Dominion is part of the railroad net been urged upon He ahi head of solutely rejected the the Great intends to place it would mean divided ln Alberta and the tho Allier I licit appointment of two Pacific railway is also a part ty commissioners had been suggestthat limit system for notice Ibis proposal also was not free haVbccli given that tlic two coTnpan f om 1 he proper jps have amalgamated or will do so if would he to name a deputy the verv near commissioner for the chief i Home time the engineer who commissioner to his beadquar was in charge of former icrs m Saskatchewan as at lo citizen in the clause of ibe his pay chcqllps were us pay for members 6 the received from the Great force capable ot doing detective work majority of people arc coir LITTLE DARLING LITTLE DAISY HOSIERY INFANTS AND CHILDREN Alberta Pacific Also be To Be Built at Once was under Oliver stat ed that an article which aniiear ed in thejircss had Riven nn Impres sion not born Premier solu object or the claus able the in triln mm apecinlly fiuali out by the explained the fidcnt that the part of the liotight lo he Mill to re for this to givo tiiein i higher rate of Oliver It applies only iu on listed men Yn Itorrlon Kostcr moved tho House Jnlo connnitiee to xnslder ilia trndc grncinent of April Iiptwceii the re of the WestIndies and drnw attiiition Jo the Tact the treaty lind not been print lie thought it desirable timt dis sbnnld be deferred uniil all dnciiments were in the hands of he KoKlcr replied that the paasiiuv Ihe resolution uould constitute Ibo preliminary could put and Ifthe reports are the Great a fair ready towards stretching its throughout this province anj faup plying mighty arm lo trunk line to PprtlantI it is complet TKAOE MARK time the Alberta Pacific peopl lloniinioi At onnrcted but now with that to jiiiitrniii and inachineiy ol Dnininion have Itoci ally taluii tjv tiie Alberta Iiiri and llioy will he opprsitrd as one the indications arc thai Hill lias not been aslrep tho past feu and contcin plates tlip pnvchiiKR of as ninliy as possible in Alberta anil fhr west he keep from world ihi1 fact lie is hellihtl the Hir The ilill Invnsion There is every that HUi will invade western Canada iijxt and altlionili the rej are not it is holier Id thiii a nuinlrcr of Ihe small1 er niads now heinu or in the west belting to the Orent Northern or will tile prop erly of that company before Ask Your Mothers Knows She will tell you that LITTLE DARLING and DAISY Hosiery is to be de pended she bought it ten because it was the best children1 hosiery to be had it has steadily improved ever Both brands are still made of the finest Australian lambs expense is spared where it was found possible make Insist on either LITTLE DAULiNQ or LITTLE DAISY lor your Costs no more Inferior Car Cream and name stamped on the imitations arc offtrcd bearing1 similar The Chipman Holton Knitting Limited Hamilton Canada MILLS AT HAMILTON AND OST ;