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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETnBPIDGElDAIT.T nERALD HERE NOW 1 TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING PAYS Today and Tomorrow i The Feature has advertised so extensively ' THE UON'S REVENGE' The hand-colored Wild Animal Sensalion Do not be Mislead by Untruthful Advertisements Is the only Theatre in this City where you will see the ONLY GENUINE Production of The Lion's Revenge/' SI AGIST WYLIE MEN SWEAR HE MADE OUT NAT-URALIZAtlON PAPERS IL. , LEGALLY AT MAPLE CREEK SI. Xinas EonfeGtiDnerif Large Assortment Best Makes Prices Right . Out of town patronage v;olicil;e(.l. --;-- Hcsl liioals for the price in the cily. -THY rs- THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE I'lIONK loris SINGERS WANTED Dass and tenor singerH for tlio now choir.of First rtaptist Cliurcli. Apply by letter or in person to GEO. MITFORD, Conductor Address 324-6th St. 3., or 530:7th St., S. Excursion Fares -TO- Pacific Coast Points Sinjjle Faic Plus For the Round Trip to Vancouver,Victoria and New Westminster WILLOW RIVER (IJ. L. 788) This new "TOWN OP IMPORTANCE' 'on main line of Grand Truiil; Pacific, and Pacific and liudBou Bay, iit junction of Fras-iM- and Willow Rivers, Britisli Columbia, Is tho soutliern and nearest gateway to the groat and wonderful I^eace River Country and "SPELlvS OPPORTUNITY" for the man or woman who wishes to judiciously invest a small or large amount. Kasy.payments no interest; no taxes. Write today for maps, plats and printed matter. PAC. LAND & TOWNSITES CO, Limited.. .�iiil Pacific Bids. Vancouver, B.C. "The Lion's Revenge" at Starland Contrary to a rumor tliac was circulated last night, to tho effect thutHiie marvellous production oi "Tho Ijion's Revenge," would not be shown at Starland, the management of Starland take  this opportunity of informing their many patrons that the one' and only genuine production of "The Lion's Revenge" will iiositlyely be shown at Starland today, and tomorrow, Instead of Friday and Saturday ne.xt, ag oi^ iglnally announced. This is the production that has completely mystified and startled the film world, for it itf without dotibt the most wonderful and sensational wild animal picture that has ever been attempted at any time. It is beyond comparison with any other so-called "aninialpicture," and is the only positively gonuine production that has been advertised e.xtenslvely and exclusively by Starland. Rcglna, Dec. 10.-In lu. Legislature thi^ evening, Attorncv-ccneTal Tur-geon produced the atiiiiavits of tour aliens and ono minor, who declared that tHey had been pljiicyi on the vot-ers' list by D. .1. Wjii.!. of Maple Creek, and had votcil in the recent provincial election. One of the men stntiii Hiai although ho was not ((uallfiod to lieoomo a British subject, Or. Wylie iuid personally lirepared his natnrali/.ailou papers, and had him regiptcreii ITr. Turgeon stated lliai he had a list of namea of sl.vteiu ninii who had boon placed on the voters' list in Maple Creek by the Conservative candidate, and had cast their ballots without being (inalUicd to vote. 3Ir. Wylie stated tlial every name placed hy him on the voters' list had been placed there in Kood faith, and with no intention of contravening the election act. Mr. Wylie said iio refused to bo vindicated, except by a ijroiierly Instituted Jutiiclal commission, and Premier Scott retorted that member for Slaple Creek probably bad reasons of bis own for wishing that there should be 110 inquiry. Mr. Wllloughby, the Oppouitlon leader, said that, tJie Opposition were not afraid of an investigation, h\it they objected to a select committee, as at present constituted. Premier Scptt^ reminded the Opposition that under the British system the province and the lloustj were governed by majority rule, and he thought that there was no doubt as to which side Qt. the. hquse represented the ma-joi'-lty of the people of the province. Credit Is Good SPECIAL LOW ROUND TRIP FARES -TO- LOS ANGELES. SAN DIEGO, SANTA BARBAR.A AND SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA VIA Vancouver, Seattle and Pacific Coast Steamshli) Linos DATES OF SALE December 12, I'A, li, 1012; .ianuary 17, 18, 19, 20, and Februarv 11, ifj, i;t, una. RETURIJ LIMIT APRIL 30, 1913 Liberal Stop-Overs For full pa.rfiouIars apply (o local UcKet uftont. or write to R. G. ,v,c.!i^;p-uK^^ REGINA LEGISLATURE IS PRAC. TICALLY UNANIMOUS IN FAVOR OF WIDER MARKETS Regina, Sask., Dec. 10.-The adjourned debate on tlie reciptocilv resolution of llobinson, of Francis.'tct-iniuated Monday aficrnoou by the passiiii; (if the rcKoiution on a straight party vote of 28 to 2. An ameiidiuiMit, moved by 'SU. Wil-lougliliy, the opposition leader, urj;-ins tliat no larifi clianu;cs he made pendiiii; tlif .siibiiiis.sion oi a report hy a tarifi commissioii. Mr. Wil-loughi)y held that tlu; making of reciprocity an issue in last .July elcc-tion.s was .jusUlication for any participation in the provincial election hy lloti. lUigiMs or lion. Dr. Roclw. lie (lid not think that any reduction 01 tlie duty on tlii! agricultural im-lilemcnt.s should be made until a tar-ilf cunim'i.ssion had thoroughly invcs-ti^sated lliu tarifi ([ucsliou- llon. W. Iv Mothprwell said thjit Ihe fanners of Saskatchewan had lliis year lost $li,0OO,lil)() through not having access to the American market for their llav, wheat and oats, while dutv ami the excess cost ol" ini-plcuicnts ho held to have cost the farmers another lar.tre sum. -Mr, Wylie. said the Coiiscrvalivcs Here .slill aj^aiiist reciprocity. Tic ilid not think i( was the consuiv.'er alone who paid llic duty. Tlie (jppositioii aiiiendmenl, was defeated and the ori'^imil mnliou then carried as stated. ___ ( HOW TO CURE THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC Chicago, Dec.yit./-. iV carefully planned attempt "-lo kidnap and rob M. Wright of^neaely ,S3i),U00 was Successttil ycst�fs the v.-cst side, Earl llarlgreii, 2-i years old, while walking down ilie street where Wright was attacked, noticed the satchel. He "picked it n!) and linding the con-tenLs valuable turned it over to the police. Wrigiit telephoned to his office tliat lie hail been robbed. .\ mes--sago from the pnlice that llie satchel had het'iv recovered was received-about llic sanu' time. Wright sijiil that the kidnapping took plain so rapidly that he could not be sure ni ,niy men. lie was set down on an obscure street six niilcs from where lie had been sei/.ed. The men scDrehrd lilm and demanded his a.atchel lie suiil, and when it could not be found lliev let him out ot the car with a warning that he would be killed if be tried to call out. The car disapiicareil before lie got tlie sack nlT his liead. EUROPEANS IN DANGER ^Vinni|leg, Doc. I:.'.-Misa Barbara Wylie, addresiiod a large gathe'rlng In St. Stf'iilieu's cUiireli, on t.Uo white slave (raCfio on .Mciiiday niglit. Those liroscnt 'were, to judge from tlielr hearty applause, in thorough sympathy Willi all thai she said. Miss Wylie slarlod out, with two premises, first that women's economic poalllon was due'to the political position; and, socoiui, that tho w'lilte slave Irade was caused by the'economic position of women. SUo claim-eil that ono clear and distinct remedy for this greatovll , which was the worst in modtrn clvill?,atlon, was grantlug the franchise to wgmeii. JAP CRISIS STILL ON 'i'okio. lice. l(j.-No �gulullon yet Ims been I'ouuil for tho mlulHtoriiU erliii.; ill .liiiiaii brought about by the regg-nation of Lt. tleii. I'yeheiii.x, ininistcr (!l war. II Is nimouncc'd today lliiit .Mariiiii:-, .Miisayoahl Mat.-iiikatM, a I'or-lucr pri'iniir, wlio was i) the post of iiremier, tuia rel'usiM to U(.'eepl Cologne, Ceniiaiiy, Dee. in.-Tho lives of Riiinpenis along tho river Sestos, ill l^ibeiia, arc threatened hy Siberian soldii-is according to a "despatch lo the ('oUvi;ne Oazetto from Monrovia, Tlio Cermau gunboat Panther is lyiir.', in anchor before tho town of Sestos and tho Cerman gunboat Eber is oiT Monrovia. V^E ARE READY CHRISTMAS! ARE YOU 7 Do your Shopping Earljr, Selectioiiii are now at their HOLIDAY SPECIALS Don't lot tlie pleasure ol' tlie coming liolidays be maired by a single I't ovcrsigbt. Look through your l.-irder and fill in Avhatcver is nee- ' (^ssary; but befoVe you do your gro(;ory-buying; eome in and sec our , -Stock, for we liave a .splendid selccti'on of tho choicest goods for the festive season and you will find oui' prices are right. l)o your shop-^ ping earl.y and thus avoid the rusli and bustle that will predominate^ ' the last few days Raisins Currants Seledced Valenciu............. Fancy Seeded ...... ........... Fancy Seedless................. Muscatels...........____....____,. Table Raisins .......... ........ ......... 16c. ........ 121/2C. .......12'/2C. . 25c, 35e, 40c. V. C. Fancy ....... Vo�tiM� .,.................... ..... Lerrion and Oranye Peal ... Citron �(..;.,................... ..... i2y�c' ....... 15c. ...... 20c., ...... 2Se. SheUed NuU Walnuts .......... Jardon Almonds . Valencia Almonds Salted Almonds .. Salted Almonds ,. SOc. 65c. SOc. 76c. 30c. Almond Patit, 1 pauntf tins Fruit, In druma - ....... Fruit In Jally ......... Fruit Fastaa, box ...... Sharwood'a Plum Pudding .. "'^Sc 11114 90e. 2Sc. Mc. 40c 78c WINTER APPLES-TEN VARIETIES PNLY .$1.65 PER BOX Special Caiidy Sadie Webbs' Chocolates, per lb. . 35c. Perrln's Chocolates, per lt�............. 35c. Cowan's Maple Buds, per lb........... .. 46c. Barger's Acid Drops, 1 lb, bottles.......26e. Turkish Delight, 1 lb. drums ............ 28c. West Indian Toffee, 1 lb. tins........... 20e. GERMAN |CIO WAPKM IMPORtCO omtot PER PACKAGE Fruits Brand's Calf Jelly, 16 oz. assorted flavors Sherwood's Marmalade, 1 lb.............. Sherwood's Jam, 1 lb..................... Sherwood's Fruit Salad 2 tlj.............. Sherwood's Frul'i in syrup ................ Pouf^on.and Noel's Chicken Breasts ....... , Poulton and Noel's Chicken Gelatln'e ..... Sliced Peaches .......................... Sliced Piineapple..................... Sliced Pineapple..;..................... ..25c. . SOc. . 25c. . 65c. . 45c.. $1..00 . 90c. . 20c. I71/2C. . 30c. Fruits Rosedale Pears..........................; 20c. Rosedale Cherries ....................... 20c. Asparagus Tipt ........... ..... . 30c. Asparagus, larger........................ 48c. Mushrooms, in glass........................ 40c New Navel Oranges, par dosan 30e, 40e, 80e. fOc. New Lemons per doien .......... ......... 40e. Bananas, per dozen........................ 40e. Ontario Snow Applas, five pounds for ...... Mc. Cranberries, 2 lbs. for................... 2Be. New Zealand CREAMERY BUTTER, equal in flavor to the ' famous Danish Butter, limited quantity only - - - - - 40c GEO. KERR & GO. High-class Grocers and Provision Merchimts 313 5th St. S. Phones 1502 and 1453 '4 f 4, T UNTIL BILL BRITISH PARLIAMENT SHOWING SOME RESPECT FOR THE CANADIAN HOUSE SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS. BUOMCUlTiS CATARRH C0I.D3 ESTAilLISMKD Wa A ilmpte, s.ilu .inil e/ffcllve treatment lor ti-ouhki., iiviii.liii,; ilnms. Vapoi-iic.l Creaolcno alopallltii:luinUriillevc!i 6ii:unii),licCruiipi.t(mco. It la a BOON to uuflcisr:! from Asll.ina, T!iii;iir c.irryiiiiJlliu.-JiJli.scptlcv.'M'iu-. InsplifiJ\wih cvtr!' brc:illi.,-u |.,-,:;i!hin!! c.isf i 3001I1U8 Ihc BOu tlun;itanil Btops Ihu touiih.lusMrJni r;;ilti'.l nlilMs. It la lnv;ilii;.lili., lo iiK.lhcra wlih loun,j cluli!i\ii. U:iiJpaUtil tof dvsci-lplno boclilct, aul dku0qi8t8. r.lBI.i;iTll..,lhci,Ti(:Ucd P ii^, Y|)ll�''i<* ANTI Ihront. Tiiuy mo flninlr, i-lluotiva nml untlsL'ptlo, or V'Hii* (Irti^tiElut or IruMi UH, lUc. in bt:iiiipH< Creeolone Co. C2 CorlIanOtSi.,N.Y. Lcfciiilni! .M'l<:i I'ulUlini!, C'^a. ') Vapo London, Doc. 10.~At a cabinet council licld toilny il is undoratood tho Cnxiy udlan nuviU oCfer and tli� propriety ol' Uii.' HrlliBh houses ol' parllainent Nok'lui; tlioir tluinkti was discussed, li. is iindor.stood that Premier As-iliiitli's altitude would bp Ihsit it would Ik- inapproprialc for llie liousea of parliament to record uny feolltig until after Uio Ottawa lioiitip has concurred in I'remlor liordeirB propoBiila. Following the cabinet meotlnt; Premier nuulo a statement in tho ilouso ot Commons iu wlilch Iio said that wbile lie fully recognized tho deniro and duty of tUc Houso of Commons (0 Blve formal aiKl authoritative expression lo the uiiiverBHt feeling of warm iipprecinlion and lioartfolt Kratltudo aroused in the mother country by llio sploiuiid patrloti'sui lately dlsiilaynil by one of the overseas do-niinlonti liiis governuu'nt tliouRht thsii till! iioiiBi* would probably agree that i; would be appropriate and respectful ir. llie I'luiudian Rovcrnnieiit to defer liililuM, such uclion nnill tlui proposals hiiil ('onus uiKlor d,lKcusslon ami con-sldcriilioii of llKi Ciinadinn jwrDunienr. Uoiuir Law huUI lie apprecUuod on in-- halt of the opposition the reasons for such a delay. JEWELS STILL MISSING Dublin, Ireland, Dec. 10.-The liord Lieutenant of Ireland authorized today a denial of tho report that the Irish crown jewels myBtorlously stolen from Dublin Castle In 11107 Imd been replaced. For Successful Baking Don't waste flour, and other, good materials trying to malto good bread with poor yoaat but use White Swan Venst CaUes. Livo grocers sell six cnUes for .ic. Freo sample on request. AVliltG Swan Spices & Ceroals, Limit od. Toronto, Out. G PHOTOS You and yon r friends will like I'or Xrnas. See sain))les you eaii ,i2,e( of (tiiv work TISE 906-3rd Ave. South. Beside Baptist Church For Sale -*- Shetland Pony Herd ^ Consisting of: 1 Stallion, 5 yrs. old 8 Brood Mares. 1 Gelding' 2 yrs. old 1 Filly, yearling 5 Stallions, 1 yr. old 5 Colts. Also 1 Pony Uuggy aud Bet of dpuble harness. APPLY TO T. M. Evanft A. R. �. I. Bulidlna Lethbrldoe, Alberta, Martin's Baggfgtt Tranifar Phone 1 386 41 08 ;