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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD PEERS PARTY RECONCILED TO PROPOSED CHANGES SPECIAL CABLE BY J. R..BONE Copyrighted at the Department o.f Agriculture, Ottawa, by joint arrange- ment of The Herald and The Toronto Star. London, Dec. ..declare that despite the notorious early mor- tality of British governments there is no reason why Asquitb, if he plays his cards' right should'not-now keep his cabinet in power as long as'Laur- ier has in This is their an- to Tory suggestions that this election has U'ecid.ttl nothing and that 'another appeal._-to the country in the near future inevitable. While it would; have been gratifying to the government to have increased its majority as-it seems likely to stand, is regarded as satis- factory and even remarkable, aud the winning three ..successive victories in less than five two of wJiich- battles they say forced, by the Lords, is in-no mood, to stand any talk of con- or or making-terms with the "vanquished. McClure's Magazine, r differs little from what Lord JJunraven and .other Unionists' prcpatettl to grant. however, "the suggestion prove will in- measure inde-. pendeiitly. This will'probably be re- jected by the Lords once, thrice, after which it will automatic- ally iecome law, the intervening per- iod amounting to two or three vests. The government; will press': forward other liberal legislation, all ,of which Redmond will necessarily, ot-h erwise he would jeopardise or rat-her kill the chances of a Home-Rule mea- sure. .In other words; expect him to take the not of ;tho swashbuckling dollar dictator, bub u 'much' humbler v The immediate Liberal legislation will, also include many re- forms.- Plural -voting "Elec- tions will hel-d on one clay.. There will -also'-be .provision, alternative voting. There "will ;perliaps be, an amendment to the registration laws and a .redistributionr.of- Some I predict-that" the more important 01 nVL.., __ _ IP J-HUAWU UlclU JUUU1.V, IVL The programme the party m its these bills will be introauced before grimly exultant frame of expects '.to .carjy out is, ..first the -passing ,bf' the veto bill. this, even the veto anyway "before .the next election the'Liberals' expectr.'the electoral handicap" '..be removed, 1l AiMiiJ. UAV. tW l is-expected, the Lords; will accept, '.and on expectation-predict, with nerhaos sdmc'.' minor" a-m'pnrl-. T with perhaps" so me minor" amend mratji; if they'refuse they will thcre- by. compel the King to act, either'by the-appointment of cfiw: peers or by a species of-Jclpyal Warrant for which ..there Jssajd-to be some sort of cen- j GIRL CAPTURED AT_CRANBROOK Rose Parrot Brought Back and Convicted "Theft VV Rose Porret.t, the young .woman-ac- cused of the 'theft 'of a masquerade'' costume rented from Gus and long life to Liberal: government. Plural, or outvoting is particularly the mounted repugnant to the -Liberate. 'One au- thority states that practically every county constituency .which "lias. a. Un- majority of less than threa i'lfLibeta.L.-T if.'-plural-. who left the city on Friday morning, presumably for Spokane, was' arresi- ed in -Cranbrook on Saturday and- brought to -the city by a member" of" police. This morning' she was "found guilty of the offence and fined and costs, or -fifteen, days. She was'temporarily -turned over to Mrs. Bradbeer.- f according to the suggestion ing is designed to prevent a man, get- made' by the "'Westminster Gazette re- ,'ierrcd to m m y table Saturday' is ing- a minority cast, from' hofdin of "total votes as briefly it is to the effecirthat1 on November 0, she engaged -three masiiuerade costumes from s -y understood "a feeler" with the or. -more' i mteuued Ap make a selection return- J -w non-party adoption ot a ssfancl. Oil the continent ffiis is Ireland, Scotland, Wales ana...England with a Out and hording another, election. Imperial Parliament. is' TO voter to e There, .are sonic Slopes of a mutual (make a second choice on }us first bal- arr.arigeme.n-Kv particularly-, as, .Red-I lot: Either would help- the Liberals rr.ond's statement of Ireland's where there are both-Liberal and" So- i demand contained in a recent issue of cialist or labor candidates IN LETHBRIB6E Agreed to M e e t "He r e ..Arid, so- Joseph Lambert; caught .while steal- 'sent' .the-.pther two. Time went-pn .aiid she failed to return the costumes. Last.Friday when she left the she asked- her sister Lena-..- to 'return the costumes, but refused to do this, stating that the costume VvBl put the costumes in' her >rip in i structed. her sister to call' at the Nei home and settle 'for 55; son; 'Whether this was done ftr'no is a question as conflicting testimon EDITED SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. T._P. Perry will not receive to- 1 v Mrs, Alvin Ripley tomorrow, will not receive Mrs. P. Johnson ..will not receive to- morrow nor again until after the holi- Mrs. (jr. Vroonian' left today for where she will spend the winter montns. ...The Monday entertained s by ternoon.: Bridge Club is being Mrs. Tinning this af- The Chinook have- decided upon Dec. optn as the date for their EHqme" .and the 'invitations, which are will -be out in a few days. SL'he third -nop of the Entre Nous dancing -club's winter series will be field" in tne Conservatory auditorium tomorrow evening. Joh'n jSflblock, who has been visiting7 wijn. her sister, Mrs. C. F. P. ;onybeare for t-the past month, where she spend'-'the winter; left CLUBS AND, SOCIETIES Wesley Ladies' Aid Society meets in the church club room Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. V The class of Wesley church meet at the home of Mrs., Wil- liam Prouse on Wednesday evening. f St.'Cyprian's .Parish Auxiliary are enjoying a well-earned rest until after the holidays. The Ladies' Aid Society of Westmin-, ster cnurch -will meet with Mrs. Bricker'" on ''Wednesday afternoon at o'ciocK.. Tomorrow evening Westminster Ep- worth League, will listen to papers pre- pared and read by Fred Simm, and Mr. McWhinney, on the'lines of Dr. Chown and Dri Carman. Aid Society of the Bap- tist church the school .room Wednesday afternoon 'at .two o'clock. On Thursday afterhoph the ladies' will-- hold a Christmas" sale in the school "tea'will be "served will be of tie.sale-. 11" The" "committee of Wesley league are directing'the arrangement road tills morning for..a.ner- 'iod of thirty days. He had a letter in Ms pocket, him-'that :ftls ll'Tank Manning, foUoMns; rand meet mm in Lethbridge. The :nien met all right, police 'being picked up last on a charge-'of .-He is. a one'sound flesh blood leg, and ekes out a sort of an existence and laces, wnetner the expected re-union i was ,a happy ,one participants' .therein decline to. state, but that, the :palr slioul-d 'inee't in jail was" probabiy :totalJy.'unexpectefi.. Manning' was "sen- twenty, days'at the.-, barracks, that within the next, ihree. weeks these _ two old pals "frill have ample tame-in which to compare on .various .towns, pick-out one's, and they'will also L; y IS CLOSED j Winnipeg, the.-muni-1 was given by both girls and W Mi cipal campaign closed both parties are and: Mrs... NeMig. The fact that tfi'e for get- costumes ip the girl's nossessio tins. Is expected .will prove was arKsted at Craribrool to and--that-the Neidig's'dec >...civic election, and interest-is appar- 'tHey-'na'd-rio't entry- as: Iceen as if! a.-Federal contest were in progress, while tne Shearer-' ites supporters Mayor T5v- police-commissioners pro- fess' suit, it depends almost entirelv; on how' the'-Bilent Citizens are .unanimous in- expressions at of what .has iiecessarily been a loathsbtne camVaigtf 'both sides .mxichraking to strengthen their case. -the.4-magistrate's opinion to i -w-axran-t conviction. witli.tW and girl was given.-intoVthe care of the'present at A question has arisen over thjs'cas'e as to whether or lice.h'eadquarters" should have. ron for the care of .'female The young woman in" this taken by'-a mounted j the1 'tlfcre is a" 'police ybu'Riin'No "Risk-When-You-Use.thisj.regjriati-on prohibiting-any1 member of Remedy' the, force to stand, guard 'over wp- We promise you your Supt. J. 0. Wilson declined'to falling out and you .have not let it go girl anH called up Chief -an early hour this morn- informing- the latter that 'bar- place Eor Falling Hair too you. can repair the damage already-done by-nsing-Rexall 9o- Hair Tonic, with persistency and regular- gitl.. coujfl- ity-.f or a reasonable length, of. time. ;ltracks.. Chief Gillespi'e had no- able to act- alternately .as. host, one -to the other on Christmas and ]STew Year's when tne "big feed" at'the'barracks. zond circulation I stimulates gooa circulation refused-to put the-rirl ir around the hair roots, promotes hair .Hc then, calicdp the Sahi- nourishment removes dandruff and re- ti 'A j 6 d f -stores hair-health. It is as pleasant ffl df Tol4ired to'take to ,use as pure, water, and it is delicate- of "rL10 it.- C a real toilet neces-; placed tot taken charge, since there is accommodation iu Lethbridge had Tonic with our promise it will cost you -nothing unless vou are per- fectly, satisfied withes use. "It .'comes Pnsoners- In cvvb prices 50c and Re- memberj you" can" obtain "Resall Reme- dies in this community only at our Rexall Store. J..D. Higm- botham .Co.. Ltd., .Special, Agents.; tf. The healthiest spot in 'Canada; pure n-o.nntain water; perfect drainage; typhoid ;tir-kuowij; mild climate; unsurpassed seen- ery; fine boating for sale. 'Keason: Two -lots upon Front two -vof the 9 rooms upstairs; downstairs .used'.lOrAmovin'gvpicture best brick front in town.'. "Price balance psr montli. intsrsst 6 psr c6Qt. Cottage ('my own residence) fifty feet front; 11 pear tree; l.plum tree; 1 grape vine; all bearing; about 40 different .varieties of roses (all fancy) imported fr6m Scotland and France. A genuine bargain. cash or 1-2 cash, balance ?20 per month Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; .1 .plum; 1 cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete cash. (Jump quick here.) Three business lots, just 125 ft. from the best corner in town; perfectly, old buildings thereon: 75 feet front. Price ?20 per month; interest 6'per cent. One lot an best: residence section, cash.-; 6 lots iwjth two- corners near Lake shore. .Would make a fine place for a summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. To give away, S200 for the 6 lots.' 3 lots corner, about 150-yards from C. P..R. depot; one.small cosy house thereon; city water and electric light. Dirt cheap cash.. Three lots almost opposite where Provincial Government is b.uilding a court house.'with ice house, stable, oay- sheds, one new wagon; horse harness; new sled; ice on hand; ice contracts; msi-1 Property and whole thing as a going concern; established 14 years; no" opposition And several oilier lots, all for sale cheap. Apply to the owner. C. ERNEST SMITH PASSED AWAY Victim of .B from Gasoline Explosion Ernest J. Smith, who was so terribr. ly burned a few days ago in the fire at the Standard Garage, dies yes-1 teraay morning from .his injuries. The case is particularly tragic in that for this' -meeting. Misses will and Munro have -jplanned'two-novel contests for the en- 1 tertainment of. members and their! If ri ends' after -winch1 refreshments will-i J. .R. served.' n's-'r'.chsirraing sister, who has'-been' a gue.j.f.at 'tne Anderson home for ten i The subject'under .discussion at this this afternoon for Winnipeg -Westminster .Guild-Vill Israel's first king" All the> membership con- test are urged to attend, as marks for new known this evening. A; will lead. T. S'.-Mackenzie has consented; to formally open the.long looked for; which was to; have been .declared'open" by Hon. W..i A. of the city.' The members" o'f' St. Andrew's church- haye'-wprked indefatigabiy for the pasf three months'preparing for this event which "wiil.be held tomorrow, Wednes- day and Tnursday afternoons and nin'gs-. 'C.'P. P. Conybeare, K.C., wil open, the' bazaar after feature was the presence noon'and-Thursday afternoon-anothe _ will 'spend some time be- lor'e'-retjirning.to her home iix Chi- s. 'C. McCuliouga's very de- lightfuU .Mrs. Flemming of who. ttas been the recipient of many courtesies during her week's visit" 'in departed nome-this morning. for her :Mrs., McCuilcugh was Hostess -at" of tne largest the and merriest winter on Satur- day' afternoon? and a rather unique COWAN'S PERFECTION (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) Give the children Cowan's- Per- fection Cocoa and drink it yourself. It is the best beverage for young and old. .153 THE COWAN CO., LIMITED. TORONTO. .T rp T v T SETTLEMENT OF SPRINGHILL STRIKE Springhill, X. Strike settlement" is' expected; at.Jan t General Manager the coal Makes the Hair Beautiful That Dandruff is caused by "germs is accepted by every sensible person. ,At last-a remedy-has..been discov- ered that-'Will positively this pest Dandruff the root of all SALVIA-wlll the days and a willing- ness to, meet the.men's repre-. and the, settlement of the distu'rb'anee lasting ov-. er a year welcomed on ail sides.. Alberta Drug PARllESL berals Have One 'More of .tie .sterner- sexi who seemed McCollbugh's court- among -'her The" Bank of Montr cnanibers "were" wTtli pink trails of sim'lax and 'ferns. _ fascinating wearing a elderberry satin, with elaborate trimmings and insets of jewelled. Egyptian" embroid- ery ,and "silver tissue, received: .her tdree' score v-isftsprs i'n -the reception "Her sister, Flemming, wearing a charming- gown of black j.3 marquisette oversale blue -satin. with pipings of ch'erry chiHon" velvet, and Chicago, who was a-picture in a graceful reception gown oT-niaise crepe black panne vel- vet adornments; and large black jbeav- citizen -wit "declare the ;ba zaarDopes' ai; three o'clock. Numerou donatidis have" been received .-from Ireland Eastern State Many articles' ar among- and the earlj birds Jivill reap'ifhe benefits. No admis charged to enter-fhe ba zaar, wbicn everj'one knows is to be held "iii the" "lecture room- of Knox church. The Herald orchestra wil entertain the ..visitors tomorrow even bazaar committee is com posed: of Messrs. Bryden, Donaldson Schaud and The directors of the various- stalls "are Messrs. Scott, McGregor Patching and Dr. Thomson. The Eng- lish stall will7 be under the. direction of Mrs. J. McKean. Mrs. J. 'Scott will .preside at the Scotch stall. Mrs. (Dr.) Thomson will-have under her super- vision' the Irish both. The American .will be superintended by Mrs. Sherd and the Canadian booth.'will be .under the direction of Mrs! Trew. CUPID'S COURT Uur Barons correspondent "The home of Mrf and Mrs. T. D. Hunter was the scene of a pretty wed- ding on Wednesday, Dec. 7th, when their tilda; daughter, Sarah Kathleen .Ma- was united in marriage to .Wm. er hat covered ...with, immense willow plumes, received her. Mrs. L-. M; Johnstone and Mrs. J. R. Anderson assisted the hostess about the "Johnston graced the occasion by wearing a fetching little rock of goblin blue pongee and large D lack picture bat. Mrs. Anderson coked very pretty an a striking gown >f. black chiffon velvet and large Par- sian hat of black velvet fairly loaded with.-deep pink and black velvet rose- uas and foliage: with this an er- mine stole was "worn. 'In the tea room tne table was cover- d witti1 a lovely eyelet embroidered loth and centred witk a .cluster of ne .pink "mums'-'' held in a tall cut lass- vase. Shaded tapers held in rtistic.. sticks sent a soft glow over he, board, which was in charge of irs. Keeve. who wore a distinctly costume of platinum crepe dej nine and large -black velvet cliapeau ith trimmings of Persiou ribbon and omt.lace, and Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, earing.'an gown of Paisley J--McPeer, and Chas. H. Barker, ik'-in the darker tones under-a sUpiMacleoti, were, in town Saturday, of handsome" allover lace and pretty j black plumed hat.' writes: John 'hy er. The event took ay_ j. Mill- place 4t six o'clock after which a sumptuous sup- per was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sher- wood are spending their honeymoon in Medicine Hat and Red Deer. LOCAL BUDGET Pr. N-. Sm'ithr.of .Taber, arrived in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Kennedy, A. Giaiii Than the Unionists London, Dec. following is the standing of.-the .parties-, at oue o'clock this jnionist v Liberals abor and Socialist Vationalists..................... ndependent Nationalists To. be elected Unionist gains Liberal gains; Train Fireman Killed-OthcK f .Edmonton, ;iace, engineer, ;-E. man, Tnomag mad Cook; :washoat--.mari- John Balck, ..b'rakeman, 'all seriously mjured; is Lreirolt, of an' accident on Saturday tasniwln, wien, a a -P. R. ..tifarnvrwx, the .tracks over a i .twenty-fife root .embankment The dead-and'iin-; jured were all brought to tnis morning. injured, are 22? Pected to'-recov0r.. The -dead 18S Jon his last run prior to 32 j to the- old country for Christmas, 57 6 160 21 PROMINENT-SCHOLAR :DEAD London, Dec; 'Emir Reish, author and ''lecturer 'On' history, 'died yesterday.'' He wa's" .'born'at 'Esperjoa, Hungary in 1854. IMPLEMENT TARIFF. MOTION WEDNESDAY BRAZILIAN MUTINEERS HAVE SURRENDERBb" Rio Janeiro, ing' marines on Cobras- Island inf orin- ally surrendered today and the-French' government .troops 'occupied the'-bar- racks.- Ottawa, A, s. Meignen, M. P., of Portage "la Prairie, will move his resolu- tion regarding the "reduction of tne agricultural- implements in the house on Mr. says ne prese his motion to a divition and .much inter- est is being evinced in the at- tltude that will be'- assumed towards it by-'-certain men-of both sides of the h'our-p; THAT BALD SPOT Don't let bald spot Go to once aiia' a bottle'of Parisian Sage and.-.it'.that- don't check the falling new hair to grow, Dandruff is'the cause of 'dandruff germs cause dandruff. Par'i-.- sian -Sage kills the eradicates .dandruff, stops falling hair and itching. scalp. We will refund .yo.nr. money, if it fails to do this in two "weeks.. Pari- sian will cause the hair to grow, if the hair root be It.cauBes the .hair to grow thicker, more.liixur- new- life into 1C. The. girl with the Amburn nair is on every package of Parteian. Sage. It is sold for 50c by all dvjocgtats or sent-J postpaid by Co., Ont., 'On receipt of juice; Sold and. Suamnt-eed by 'gists.' Qbo-vs, aAlc entnusiastic ov er the Boy facout Movement, which I has started here, and a large number Anotner innovation was substitut- gathered vesterA-.y afternoon in the ing tne young men jnstead of the de- club- room -of Weslev church to make Had been-marned scarcely, aoutants sympathy is ex-! tiie ng Ti'idow in ugr month, and much sad bereavement.. .The funeral services were held this arternoon at the family residence, 121 as tea hour assistants, and a preliminary .organisation. Commit- t-3 boys equipped themselves most tecs were appointed and a large mini- avenue south, and were conduct- ed by KCV. A. M. Gordon at -'.30 o'clock. From the church after a snort service of song and prayer the cortege proceeded to Knox cluirch, where a lengthier service was held, interment was ,made in the '.public cemetery, smith was 2i) -years of age. Smith was engaged at the time of nis death as a chauffeur for Dr. Mc- and was a very popular man around the cUy. His demise as the result of so painful an accident is gen- erally deplored "and great sympathy ts expressed for, the young'bride of less ihan a month. He worked as groom for Dr. Mewburn for two or three years prior learning the automobile driving busi- ness. He has lived m Lethbridge for i rour years or more, coming here fromi England where his relatives-'reside: night as the result of.- his injuries. creditably. The iueiiibers of the bank "er of new- e-vptctru to join j staff- were assisted-by a-number of movement, which is so popular tneir friends in -the city, lhc cast an'd on thc continent, Xapier-Smith, who are! The organization is non-military, t.on- 0- -f i sectarian and. non-political. 'n'-- members oJ ihc Bank of Montreal staff at Kaymonfl. j meeting will be room on Tuesday in night, The next Club Dec. !at and Be p starving yourself worrying abo'.it Eat hearty -stop you Is of suffering the pangs of wholesome food, not eat. take AUCTION SALE Mr. and Mrs: Warcup, Oi High Rivr or, arc spending several -days in Le'.h- j bridge. and feel Sour person. occasional indigestion chronic dyspepsia quickly to .iNA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food restores "your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon requires no further aid. ,50c. a box. If'your druggist has not stocked them'yet .send .them.. 37 AND CHEMICAu'CO. OF CANADA LIMITED, MONTREAL. i CHINA ATTEE '4 Wilson Furniture Co. STORK WAED; OX Wednesday and Thursday Dec-ember 14th 15th, commencing at 7 p.m. Worth of Fancy China To be sold including. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Water Sets. Berry Sets. Cracker Jars, In fact everything Goods arrived one Fancy Teapots, Celery Trays; Buff Boxes" Salad Bowls. Banquet Lamps, Jardinieres, in fancy chin a. month late for the Christmas trade are going to b'e sold by Public Auction Every person in the city should attend this MOXSTER SALE OF FA XCY 'C'illXA. l L. TVTLSOX Phone 1023. Auctioneer. ;