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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta :\Vc"' CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES 5^' DATES Per pound . .. PRUNES, Per pound . .. MIXED NUTS Per pound .., ORANGES Per dozen ....... MIXED PEEL Per pound . .. TABLE FIGS Per pound ... tOc 1. Special 20 lbs, SUGAR �for........ BEST ONTARIO CHEESE; lb. .... APPLES, PER BOX ......... Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 It brings Good Luok- on Baking day bacaiise svory r�quleit� of a ' psrfsct baking powdar ia embodied in "Alberta's Beat," "Alberta's Beat" is pure,' ab-soiutaly pura,',' "Albarta'a BMt irfpefeetly free front any;substance injurious to liaalth.,;':^"^' '�^'����[, , "Alberta'ii Bist"^ ia V""**''"'- Definite-Triad-^lt is 'known by good eooks averywiiere-Aak your grocer for it today. AUCTION SALE At ISKMUh Avenue Houth --ON- Thursday Next, Dec. 12tli At 2 o'clock Skai'p :^i'ank Watldins'to" is favoved Avitli instvuc-tiori]? to'scll by iniblic nuction and Avitlioiit reserve, the useful � .: Houseliold Furniture Anil elVecls, iiu'liuiinj^". Leather lounRS, Otik Rockci' upliol.stored In iBiUher, wicker cimira, sot ot oalt (lining uhalru, oali extonBlpn (lining tnble, uak olllco desk, oliiffonlor, (lri;asei's and stiinda, IxkIh, sprlnss ami niattrtesiaos, BoUd oiik kitchen ciiblnut, blankets, bed llnon, carpuls, iiiBs and a (luantU.v ol';kltcli�u iil(insils, ' PHONES -126- Goods on view the morning of sale. �^^^ Auctioneer's Office, Dominion Block. through Informally, tlu; bill Introduced and the main diseusslon to take place on;the second reading. Mr. Carvell thounlii that Mr. Kos-KSr Bhoiild Inform the IIouho ag to the tariff changes, which would be made neceaaary as the result ot the agreement. Mt. Foster replied that some readjustments would be nooossary. Those would Include sugar, locoo, lime juice and one or more articles. Mr. Emerson; "Will the changes, be downward?". Mr. Foster; "That will depend. They wlU.'be contained In an amendment to the Customs Act, to t)e Introduc(?d later by the Minister of C'tistoma." Jailbird Officials The case of Captain Landry of Ar-ichat, Nova Scotia, who wns appointed to a government position after serving a term for forgery, was then further considered. I'remler Horden, wh(� adjourned the debate lust night In order to ascertDln the facts ot tlie taee made a statement. He said that on .Tune 19, an agent of the Marine do-pattment drew the iittontlon of the department to the fiict that Uindry, was t|icn In prison un-a criminal charge. On June 20, .1. A. Gillies, tlie Conservative candidate for KIchmond, was advised that the govcniment pi'o posed to dispense with the services of Landry. GUlieB was u.sked to recommend another." On .Inly .1 Mr. Gillies advised the depiimncnt that the duties ot th(!'offlce were b(ilng satis factorlly discharged by one Langlols. On August 20 an order was passed dispensing with the sevvlcea ot Landry. Mr.' Borden stated thai the government had taken action ns soon as pos-alble after It had learned the circumstances in ccnnectloh with the case. As tq,Landry's release from prison. Air. Borden said he had looked over the record, and there was nothing in It to suggest that it was due to political consIderBtlon. I>andry was let off on tlcket-oMeave, because it was reported necessary for hini to undergo a serious operation. Mr. White, who was acting Minister ot .lustice at the time, was not aware that Landry liad been appointed to a public post. Mr. BordenLadded.thaUit was open to any member to'ovamlni^itUe recoixls In the Justice deiij^rimOntc�; i: v Hon,.C.-J,-j^p%��y, Minister of .lustice, sijld li0;7ha(l"ho(leslre to conceal ".nythlng In ^fegnncctlon with the case. U was a w.ell'^'iiialiliBlied' practice, however, that tor obviQUa reasons, documents concerning tlei(et8 0t.leave, could not be made public. H(5 could not believe that_ the members of 'the Opposition who'had charged'that he had been actuate(}^. by political motives, could be serlo'us. Suiili action would be doapicabte, and no man oc ciipying the pnsltlion ot minister of justice would stoop to such a proceeding. ;;� Mr. Doherty mciv'od the adjournment ot the debate. V Ottawa, Dec. 10. -This was the first govt^cnnicnt day of the week in the commons and Kood headway was nmdc witli tlic business on tlic order p.ipcr. I'raclically sill the minor government measures were advanced a slaijc, the resolution on which is based the bill nititying the West Indies trade agrfcmenl, was passed and the bill introduced a large number ot motions for returns assented to and a number ot lornial (jucsUons answered. There was a dcb.ilc on the West Indian trade agreement resolution lasliui: over an hour, hut the matter will he discussed at greater length on the second reading ot the bill wlicn the treaty will be printed and all other details laid on the table ot ; the house. j I'rwnlur Hordcn'.s bill to. increase lliB pay ot olliccra and men ot the northwest mounted police was put tlirough the committee stage and uov)i stands tor the third reading. r'remicr Borden made an explanation to the house in regard to t^ap-tain Landry, the Nova Scotian who wa.s given a job in the outside service to his sentence on a charge of torgcry. . .:� The naval bill resoluti(m was adopted without discussion and it, was agrcc.i that it would have pvcced-(jiice on Thursday over all other busi-nesii after ([uestions until the end ot the session. The speakers on Thursday will, in all probability he .Sir Wilfrid Laurier, lion. Geo. V^. Kos-ler, Hon. Oco. 1'. Graham and Hon. .1. D. llazen. This probably will fill in the entire allernooii unci evening ' sittings and Dr. Micltw'l Clark, Red Deer, will move the adjournment aitd continue the' debate when the liousc . meets on Friday. j .Just before tlic liniise rose Mr. llurnham'.s motion tor a committee ' to in(iuire into the system ot old pcnsion.s tor (Canada was adopted. A bulky answer to the tiucstion hy l\Ir. Houlay as to the number ot Intercolonial employees dismissed at ; Levis and Campbcilton from .June 23, iS!)�, to .laiuiarv 1, mOl, was handed in by Mr. Cochrane. The mimlier of dismissals in all were 15B, and of these some IIB were marked "no cause specified" and about ten other dismissals were attributed to reduction ot tlie stalT. The reason for tlie oilier ones were drunkenness, neglect of duty, ineincicncy, shortage of cash and other causes. The (hst business taken up.when tile house met was the consideration, [in committee, .of :Prcmier Borden's ] bill increasing the pay ot ofTicors and men of the . Nprthwest Moiiiiled Police. The hill ''was put througli the eomni'ittce stage and now stands lor a third reading, .V Good .Sug.gcstion � Mr. Oliver suggested that,It would be in tlie interests of the force to name a deputy commissioner fo.rcach province, Sasi;atchewan and Alberta, with licadquarters at tlie capitals of the provinces. 1 le st.ited that ' this had been a matter of consideration hy tlie province of Alberta and the late government. Owing to the absence ot any odicers of' authority in Allicrta there had been acriota delays in communicating with the authorities. : Premier Borden said that he was speaking from memory only, but he could not recall that this suggestion had ever been drawn to his attention. .Sir Wilfrid Laurier said thai when he had been . in charge of the department; the appointment of two com-1 Calgary, Dec. 10.-IC the Western missioners, one Utf each province, had Dominion is part of fhc railroad net been urged upon him. lie f|a(l ab-1 work that .lames .1. Hill, head ot soliiteiy rejected the .projiosal.because the Great Northern, intends to place it would mean divi{|ed authority, in Alberta and the west, the .\Uicr-Then tlie appointment ot two dcpu- la PacKic railway is also a part ot ty eoiiimissioncr.s had been suggest- that groat 'system now, for notice ed. This proposal .t.Iso wns not tree hiisbecn given that the two c(ympan-from ob.iection. Tlic proper change, jes have amalgamated or will do so if any, would be to name ,a deputy , in the very near future, commissioner tor Alberta, tlic chief i .Some time aso the cnjfincer who coiiinii.s.sionrr to have his hcad(iuar- ' was in ciiargr of the. fornict road, tcrs in .Saskatchewan as at present, .slate-1 to a well-Unown. citizen in When tho clauao oi the hlUprovid-, Cal.garv that his pay clictiues were ing e.\tra pny for inombera or the . rcciiiveil from the Great Nortlicrn, force capable ot doing detective work | and the majority of people are eon' �� fidtrnt that the Western Dominion is We're ready now to show you dainty, fresh GrDCji^ sack �1.M Almond Paste..........SOe. � Ground Sweet Almond, per, tin.................. 40e. Oltves, from ..1Be. to 91.00 Plmentoes, per bottle . 4Sc Potatoes, per lOOIbf ...Me. Cabbage, pfer lb. .......S'/zOr Li ,1' Domion Block 4tb Ave. = L. C. TEEPLE Tdi|lb�M SIS Announcement'^^ks.bcen tirade i^'ith-in tlio.pasVjttoi^th 4.hat the Western Dominion .will spe^'d lll.Q.OO.OOO im-!nediateljf_ piT; c()hiittuctioii,, but now that 'the. road .w(lV amalgamate with the Albert^ Padiflc, the latest Infoi-ination Is tc* t^o (fleet that over *8,-000,000 will be "expended .and the plans for extensions to the. two roads arc now in the course' bt preparation. Hill in British Columbia In British Columbia .James..I. Hill is now buildini; the Victoiia and Hastcrn railwAv, and the line Is now ill operation within a few, miles of the summit,, of the nfountains, while the charter.provi dinal, Tan, Cream and Blacic Vf^f' ------' ------------~ Look for the name stamped on the foot-many imitations are offered bearing similar names.; The Chipman Holton Knittings Co., Limited Hamilton Canada mills at hamilton and welland, ont 1 25 ;