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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta '^^ilenaayi December 12, lOil. Winter Excursion ROUNDVTRIP 6 MONTH* LIMIT. i , Qh Sale Daily, Nov. 10th to Dik:. 3l8t FROM ALL RAILWAY fTATIOrSS ' MANITOIA, SASKATCHEWAN, ifJkLBIRTA> THE KOOTINAVS --^TO- QNEAT ilRITAIN. IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA * THE CQNItININT St. John 8ailiiigM EmprfM of Ireland ... Fri. 0�c. is Em|ir�M of Britain ... PrU Dae. 29 Erfiprata of Iraland ... Fri. Jan. 12 Tunlalan ............ FrI. Jan. SB B)hpf�aa of Britain .... FrI. Fab. 9 For reBervatioDH of bertlfa, or rurthor particulars ippl#'any Rati, w^y Agent. - . � . ' J. S. CARTER, Oanarai Agant, 4B0 Main.St., WINNIPEG Or 3. B. MITCHELL, ^fant. C.P.R. LETHBNIDOi George merrick Hatch' Mayor of Lethbridge .1 . ��U.-... ,.,.2,,.-T"------iw^rrr" (Cpnilnuad from front page) city. 'H� has had a great dett of experience In educutlonni work and wlK prove a valuable acquisition to tjhe board. Tlie re-election of It. P. Vf�\; lace was generally expected, Wjtlle tile acqulaltlon at W, S. Hall ht fsvdr ably commanted iipun by the lar|a majority of 'the clttiens this moming. Tha Bylaw^u Uarrlad Both the street railway bylaw and the library bj/law pasae�1 with splendid raajoritiaa, the people showing ky their voto their cbnlldence la the bright future before the city. The following table of tabulgtjid re-jisultfi will give tb6 results of the vote In detail: Mayor Hatch SURord Central .... 203 X52 Fleetwood .. Ui  121 Westminster *1 ' IBO CANADIAN ' JBxciu'HioiiN to Vancouver, victoria, and westminster, b.c. -Slii||:lc Fare PIuh $2- Foi* Roiiiul Trip Bate^.of Sale- Dec. 14, lo, aud 16, 1911: Jan. U). 20. 21, 22-Feb. 13, U, 15, 1012. Oolng transit limH, 1.5 daya. Flnnl return limit 4 months. For .furth'v Ijiforraatlon, apply to any C.'PpR.-ag^nfor to R.>Q. McNEILLIE, 2O010 Olatrlot Paaaangar Agent. King 9 .19 � 8� 44) 423 '�4 CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA LOW ROt ND-TRTP ; RATES Ontario, Qii�l)�th, 1^12. Tickets on siijle, Jan: 2, 3, and 4. 19L2. Final Ref.unr Li mil April 30, 1912.. Fare from Letlibridge to and ^,1912, Finiil Return Going and Returnlnoiyla Sppkana .$118.55 Going vl .$128.50 Spol. Olbbon . . Olson . . . Hiitton . . Oliver . . . Asqulth . . Reed . . . Miginbotham Wallace . . Hall .... Nelson . . . Thompson . Higinbothai elected. I Central .. Fleetwood WostmliiBter lllillWifUiiiiiiM lor 808 TjMjiitehMl, Sj^rt Ceuah Rainady Voa BMK Utfk ar Manay Rsfundsd. Steps ivsN W>!�*P]^ eeiiBh aulsMy. iTpu ^ttv not RHd the t> whioh a lO-aant'bottle of PInsx saves you, but you ��'a�ed  tha watidvrtiii sltentiwnMa of tSIa famaus etfugli ramsdy. It will nataally s^pp tba-mon ohBttnste iietn-�#its>l 1)�Ulh \mU of � haurs, ind has m�-cq'ual Ibr.wnobplnff coufh, rA'l�''iifi�i bolMa or pinex, mlxea wiiii fc^a-mMla siMv syrup, atvaa you is ount!�8^� fKmny, supply or th* most PlelMait''and wa^tlve oouali remedy you evM^l|Sad.' IMflUt |)r�pars4 In Ave mln^ XMAS EXCURSIONS -TO EUROPi- . \TOW IS TiiE TiMf^ to make reservation of bertba.v Do not wait until the last minute! T.a,S. "Ausonia" fram MonV real.......V .. Nov. 1|�h Naw T.S.g. "Ascanla" from Portland.......flee, and CAHIN TO LONDON AND LIV-, RRPOOL- $45 rp" THIIID CLA8S-* S30.25 I'heio rates uro the lowest obtainable,-the service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from nearest locai agent, or write direct to tho General Agent for the Can-.tdlaii West. H. E. LIOMAN 4'15 Main St., WINNIPEG, MAN. New" Yorlc'p,. savini^s bunW-s arc showing u tuinlrncy t.o mhicv Uio in-iiTC-sl. caUl. 1.0 SJ, inu- ci.'iil., liut llio aaviiiis banlCK of licoolilyn have stol- idly nuiinluinnd the 4 iwr cpnt, rale, and it is commo'nly expected tliat Uuiy will continue to pay iut^fcsl ui llmt figure. rested In him, and he wlsbe.^ to thank his auvporters publicly for their support In the campaign. "We have a great year ahead of us," he continued, "and I hope we will do everything possible for the upbu||dlng of a groat city. The large uiyiertak-ings before the council are In'eNcel-lent Hliape ."or the new body to atart in Ihcir work at the beginning .of the year. We have a council much stronger than the ordinary, I think, and wo hope to kc^hIi the work com-Pleled in proper fashion. The atveet railway bylaw carried, I was very glad to see. Soma of the contracts are almost ready to let, and we will do overything po'iisible to get all the material, on the ground (or an e^irly atart in the snring. "Don't forget o thank '.he iteoBle or Lethbridge for their suppcVi npd !�av tl'at I will do my best to merit It. This is oiUt of the prouiest womonts of my life." P>SMOUS ROGERS' WARE TO GO in EVERY HOME The p. W. Gray Hardware to be dia-trlbiiitora for the world'a grestest mpnufaeturers in stupendous adver-tlalng campaign. Remarkable offer. It, 1ms been iitnted, in advcrtise-meots which have appeared, that the G. W. Ovay. Hardware had something unusual to offer the- people of Lethbridge and vicinity, butithe remarkable viilue of the offer to all who trade' with them, can hardly be realized. It is onl.v possible lor this offer to lie made, by rouiou of the fac^ that tho C. W. Gray Hardware are to lie 'he -dlBtrlbiiiorii of a line of ithc fam-Oi|a Rogers' Silverware In a great campaign which liaa been undertaken yith the object of placing Rogers' Silverware in every hoirie on the continent. Having many factories In Encland, Canada, and the United Stales, with a napaoity for munufacttirlng greater than that of any five other manufacturers of -. ^ .. W. W. Douglas, elected by aCclaina-tioii, iK'ore was not quite as mucli excilemcht as usual, hut as it was, there was a good vote polled, the tesuU-being U. 11. Awk-rson 119, D. Malo 80, R. A. Vanhoru 79. If. D. .^hielils- 73; iV. SM'.ar 51. The first tiirce were ciccttd. For school trusttcs the vote was, H. P. Munro 124, W. ii. UuUock 104, .\\ Patterson 73, the first two elfct-ed. Millar for the council aiul I'al-terson lor the school board, w?re labor candiilatos, apil' considering, it was tiielr eHort (buy did well-Magrath'a New Council Magrath. Dw. 1'2.-The result of tliL' elections yesterday for council were : IlcatliershaW �7, Chipmau HI, Hcanion 58, Outuey M, Cvitchrield 2.?, Dudley "19. Maigrath wiiiliave a strong council f(?r 1912. Elections at !thc Hat Medicine Hat, Dec. 11.-Kleeiio-.i day in MMliclne Hat was ^ (|Uiel nni.'. Two aidernicn wcrc^'voted ilii, also two bylaws. \V. Atislcy defcaleil H. Haulivant  liy six ivotes, and- Oeo. Kvans defeated ,Crco. Martin by tiiiv-ly-si.'; votes. 'i'lip coiliicjl for this year is as follows :� Mayor, Sponccr ; aldermen, UrowTi, Kobertsou, llowscn, Doty, Rvans, Ansley, Pratt iinil .lalinson-Tho si'hool trustees, both soparate. and private, were elected ,i wecic ago. by acclnntaiion. The water bylaw was votcil on today- Tile bylaw is for the expenditure of $40,000 for water extension and was carried by 203- inujurity. The bylaw granting eenain concessions to W. R. Martin to locate n factory was defeated by sixteen majority. YpM Cotildh'tdolhbMll A|i drdinitiy fUihge hecn\xiii it ha% in ordinary graH. If the fire goet out iat one end of the firebox, yofi must diimp alt of the live rebuild it. Not so with the McCUry Sask-Alta Steel Range. You can dump the ashes at either end. and build it ntsw fire without disturbing; the fire in the other'end. The McClary Patent Duplex Grate- double dnd independent |n operation-makes deadend fires in Sa8k-Ait.> impossible and saves waste pf ''red'' coal fbrouph (umecessary shaking. A saves fuel and Guts.down coal t)il!s. It doci more work and better work tjiari iho best ordinary rfiiigp eyer n^ade. It hat moreimproyemcjits-more exclusive good poitits. Thencar-cst McClary iigent^wijl-consider it a pleasure to show you that your range money \*ill be best spent for a Sask-Alta. UalsB. Tswat* MsalfisI, Wl������. Vsattsts^, pt-Mia, E.B l;or Sliilfi by ^'SlRirprili-Agiiew Co/ �saUlts^ ^ nrtunion A. U. DISTRICT COUfRT TOMORf^OW The following arc on' the list tor the sittings of the District Court tomorrow (Tuesday) before .ludgc Winttr : Small Debts W. A. .Smith y. R. Wodworlli-A. H. Hogg ; in person. l^tlibridge-Wejibiirn Realty Co. v. Kincadc-Conyihciire & Co.; in person. \V.�Young V. R. Smyth-.I. R. Palmer ; in person. Toronto Type Foundry v -Ives & Ball ; ip person. Twprit v. 1 lalligewachs llogi; ; ill person. Marli t'l). V. Clalliiway-.\- H- HogK; in person. (Jxley v. WoL-dnift'^Ives & Bali ; A. Mcbougall. McArn  V. Lambert-McKcnzie Mcnzie ; I'vcs & Hall. Ka-slon & Co- V. Halilwln-Ives Hall ; A. 11. Hogg. ICustun & Co. V. Mavalii-Ives Hall ; in person. Kaston & Co. v. .lohn Kewe-1 & Hall ; Convhearc & Co. Appeals LaaaruU v. Ashnuiu-Coiiybeaic Co. Protzman v. (liUespic - \V-I'oapsl. TWO ON 9ALF0UR CHANCE FOR THE MARRIED MAN Teacher With at Least Four Children la Wanted to Take School in Childless Section Spokane, Wash., Dec. 11.-^Trustees of tho Gordon School dis'trict on tho ____...... silverware combined, and j St. Joe river in ShosUono county, Id- w"ith" a rop"la"�;i^'^'".5J}'iLT l^^L '! '�ho, though bombarded with hundreds o? appllcationn, representing every BONUS not asoeeded, sucb a concern Ir in s ppaMion lO almost. If net quite, accom-jtlialt'lits wish to have lij silverware (inlvarsally used aa wall as universally )inown. Notblni like this campaign has ever before been known or attempted. There has been little regard for ex-., . ,, p^nae. It la results that are sought.' \ �c''�>'^'l Mo in the dls- 'i'hrough its connection with �ihia cam-r"''^' "''I'ch 'i ooulppod with ade(iuale paigii tho C. \\'. Oray Hardware ij |oducatlonal raciilfces, and pays o sal-enabled to give people a chance to;�ry of �I00 a month, while five pupils state onrt province in America, declare that unless a teacher with at least four children is secured the district will be abandoned. There Is on- tv During tlie fiscal year ended -Jupe 30 there were (123,183,757 who rpdo on Pullman cars in the United States. At twenty-five cents each, tliat nuaiis a dividend of |;l.')a,795,-(139.2,1 for the porters, liedaics ^ St. Paul journal. "What a Capital Pair for � fwff aemc,*' Said the Caddie.  , Releaee trom the exacting duties of-leaderahlp, says the Daily Chronicle, may give Mr. Balfour atHI Jurther tiipe forihe links iind o)vl>onunlties'of winning approval from eold blooded onddlea.- The retiretl leader won that approval on a memtrrable occasion In. Scotland. He had driven bis ball In'to a clump of lon^ grqgs. He Invited the advice ot the caddie. "Try, and drive to the furthest sky line you can sn^ sir." .Mr. Balfour did so and land�;d the ball on the B>een. "Ah, sir." ^dr�u out m the price of,the silverware. An advortlbinc oanpaign which will bring the restilts' is wonderful, marvel-Ipwa, ASTOUNDING. It la buyln� ad-vertialnsf at a big price, and none but n ocncern ot unlimUsd rcsottrcos could 4q it, but It is brlnf,in5 resuH'3-results that have mndn it neeeaiiury to double from an orphanage, and caro for them In and out e' school. The trustoM are in correspondence with the Hoos-ler girl and she may land the position. 'I'luce men were drowned as a le-liiMlt of H eollision in the Midway, tjie'output of this lino of'sllvar four!about half ii mile lion. GilUn';h',tni times, ll'ini-, Kmilatul. The niotorliosi Tliis. The r"saple of Uthbrldse are for;uii-1 belcntiiig to MfistisB. l.iplon, l.lniitiii, WftS rot;unuiis! tu Ciilliiig- Ste In having s eoncern of the C. W. Orny Hardware, through wh^ch they iuive the cppoftuaMy to benefit by this , cainpa fin. You can g*t a card fromilcring Kctiiole Rcath was tjinja, tel^lflg all about luiw you may ' vidleiillv-amiiishilis by ili'.> sieanihom gilt this sLlverwaro. AuV them ''^ |Sptav,'rwiu'd bv � Itoeh^sler (Irm o! hum Pii'V Irom .'ilwpni-'i-s, firi on �ir stniet UAV" is the s^Qga^J f�v this campaign. I Arllun- ilininii. .lohn Umiiel.y and Arlhiii' Wultovd. 1 Esiential to Comfort Warmtli li tfcential to comfort A� yoM grow older. It is hlrdly lM� Mentlal to health, Get  Perfcct}bii*3mokeleM Oil Healer, and you keep warm and com^ (orlaUe in your home, bo miner what the weather without The Perfection gives a strong, wideiprcsd heat, and giva it nmUy. It it always ready for and bufiiii nine kouriona single filling-' no more trouble thin a Ump. It can he carriad aoywlme; no pipes, no wires, no flue*; no imoke, oder er.diit The bttMt thai givtt cpaiptsie MMscilea. Iiimi .misaitlid*ssaorn�i�s�latyil�iw��sa4auiibUa.