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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IlIK LKTHHmifi 13 DAILY IIEHALI THE FAVORITE THE FEATURE STARLAND ADVERTISED The Ltons Revenge Aik tht Hundreds who Saw It will NOW What WE said all along that it is THE GREATEST WILD ANIMAL SENSATION EVER ATTEMPTED See it TODAY at STARLAND To the Electors of the City ofLelhbridge Tho wholehearted support ac corded by the citizens in re electing me as Alderman for is deeply L wish to assure them thai their eonJiclence in me will he repaid by faithful ser James Aird J To the Electors of the City ofLethbridge accept niy sinceresi thanks forthc honor yon have bestowed upon me in selecting me as alder man for Iturinu my term of Avhcth er it be long or i will en deavor to my utmost ability to work for a larger and better Lovering SIR EDWARDS HOPEFUL HINTi SALE OF REAL ART Edward Secretary for Foreign in a letter whUh was read at a suffragette meeting here reaffirmed that vomtin suffrage would have its chance lit the government reform If VarlianiPiu aJoptesS the suffrage am the government would sup it he small and varied collection of old masters occupied the third day of the Henri Rouart No notable pictures were and the total receipts for the day amounted to only The highest price real ized was which was paid by Sir Hugh of for Goyas Spanish If You Value Your Eyesight You will equip your reading table with a Authorities agree that a good kerosene oil lamp is the best for The Rayo is the best oil lamp result of years of scientific It gives a white Made of solid nickel Can be lighted without re moving chimney or Easy to clean and At Dealers THE IMPERIAL OIL Limited WINNIPEG JOHN TORONTO MONTRrAL HALIFAX Made Promises About Cruiser Built in Canada on Appar ently Vague Suggestions Report last privat members1 day before tho Christmas holidays was given over to the con stderntlon of a variety of order paper being considerably reduc Commencing apar from the Introduction of bills and ask Ins of the entire proceed ings of the house up to the timti of tho holiday adjournment will pertain to the advancement of the govern ments naval An interesting Incident of tho da was a dialogue between Premier Hor den and Sir Wilfrid relating to au agreement entered Into between the Admiralty and tho Canadian gov eminent fur the construction of a j niimher of small cruisers for the Ad jminilty in The interchange was the statement by Borden that i an assurance had been received that I something of this kind would be done later He declined to state defin itely that a written agreement had been entered saying that he had been authorized to make the state ment already given to the House in his of Thursday and that he was not able to give any more inform ation on Charleton secured a promise from the PostmasterGeneral that tho order recently made against the spec ial stamps used by charitable bodies would not be enforced this but that the stamps must be placed on the back of The bills introduced included Frank Cochranes which is for the improvement of the which was killed last and one by Arthur Meighen to amend the Railway In agreeing to bring down all but ihe confidential correspondence relat ing to the Panama Canal Premier Borden said in view of the fact that the United States gov ernment has not made any reply to the protest of the British it would not be wise to enter into a general discussion of the On motions for return of the Opposition members produced evid ence of what they declare to he ser ious Lemieux charged that the on the eve of the Richelieu election had paid 000 for a piece of land for which the late government had declined to pay It wag also charged that a highly excessive price had been paid j for land in Richmond Nova j I Sir Wilfrids Poser When the House Sir Wilfrid Laurier made an effort to ascertain from the Minister whether there had been any additional agreement in writ ing between the Canadian government and Uie He read a des patch from crediting Premier Asquith with a statement that there had been an agreement for the con struction of several light which would be placed in Sir Wilfrid remarked thai this state ment implied that another agreement had been arrived and that it had not been submitted to Borden Cornered In Borden said I am under the impression that Asquith was alluding to what I stated in my to the effect that the Admiralty are prepared in the early future to give orders for the construc tion in Canadaof small oil tank and auxiliary craft of various Sir Wilfrid was not satisfied with this answer and remarked that there were certain vague statements in the Premiers There was one in regard to the and another that Canadians would be allowed to become If it was to be un derstood that no definite agreement had been arrived that would be suf On the other if there had been an it should have been given to the An assurance by the Premier that As qiiith had not spoken of a written agreement would be Borden replied that it would be impossible to vouch for the accuracy of the report at Asqulths Beyond he would state nothing that was not absolutely iu accordance with the The government had the assurance to which he bad referred in his state ment on Thursday andthere was a further reference to the matter in a clause of the bill submitted to the House for its Sir Wilfrid Lsurisr repeated that f the agreement is not in writing he would have nothing to say but if it is j in It was the duty of the Pro mier to communicate it to the House i at Borden have the assurj and we are confident that it will i bo carried Eiv Wilfrid That is evading the Is further agreement in writing Itordeu 1 was authorized tot make tho statement that I did find that is nil I am able to give my right hoiiorabl question of the ordur roeem ly by tho Postmastergeneral Bpooial stamps issued by chcirUiiblo including I he Tuberculosis as He stated that largo sums of money had been expended in priii ing To prohibit their lied uo woukl constitute a hardship on n di serving In Charltou remarked that stamps are being used by tu lied CTOSH society Inthe United in said there was no doubt as to the worthi ness of the causo for which thvse stamps are As they resemble stamps in official they cause much confusion in the big and hioro particularly at Christmas tluio iMi work Is done under high Highways Act The bill to assist In tho improve ment of the which was kill ed last year by the was re Introduced by Frank Sir Wilfrid Lnurler remarked Are to assume that this is the same bill as was introduced last or has it been improved Cochraue replied that some am eudments that were agreed to last would be included in this Burnham introduced a bill o amend the election His object van to adopt the provincial laws in egard to election Tho bill rovides that a deposit will he re ulred in Dominion elections only in uch cases as the provincial law lakes it Arthur Portage la introduced a bill to amend he Railway It explained that U the same as the bill introduced by im last except that no at tempt is made to oblige railways to submit to the Railway Commission plans of cattle guards or The main object of the bill is to throw the proof on the railway company In cas es where cattle are killed on a rail way MUSICANDDRAMA Conducted by FIDEL1O1 A Great Picture The Lions Revenge proves great success at The immense animal production was the first Hmfe yesterday at and it assuredly proved to be all that hag been said of Literally teem ing with sensation after it easily surpasses anything a like nature ever seen in this The story dealsTvith an incident in the life cf an explorers prominent in who keeps three savage lions in captivity the gardens oC her country One day she discovers the lions keeper HI treat ing and torturing one lion in partic a hugeTJFrbary king of Ehefor She immediately discharges the ThaUsanie whilst a ball is being held at ladys man the discharged burning with a ferocious desire For steals into enclosure where the lions are kept and releases them from The three roam around the eventually finding their way into the house Here they sur prise the guests upon whom they make a savage only to hej beaten back in a desperate encounter I by the explorers One scene j shows this plucky woman in an actual encounter with all three of the In the meantime the keeper endeavors to make good his escape but is seen Opening Sale Booming II Satisfied people who know that when we say our prices are reduced it means genuine are filling our Big Stores every day picking up the Cream of the Bargains we are Have you got yours yet Get busy right away while the stock is Anything you can think of in the Furniture Line we and the prices that we are selling things at will be an eyeopener to you in this city of HURRY HURRY HURRY Time is Xmns will bo here before yon know it get your gifts set aside now and save that last minute Come Anyway We want a chance to see and talk to we to convince you that you cant afford to miss this one big1 oppor JUST A SMALL And your selections are placed to one side for yon until we get instructions to deliver Attend to this part of your Christmas shopping right Standard Furniture Home of Quality Furniture New Dominion Block 4th South A Harmless Way to Darken the Hair A LITTLE SAGE AND SULPHUR WAKES GRAY HAIR A REMEDY FOR ALL HAtR TROUBLES Who docs not know the value of Siigti and Sulphur for keeping the hair soft and glossy and in pood condition As a mutter of phur is a natural element of and a deficiency of it in the hair is held by many scalp specialists to he connected with loss of color and vi tality of the thjre is no better remedy for the hair anrt scalp rspeciHHy gniynesH than Snge and if properly The Wyeth Chemical Company of New York put out im ideal prepara tion of this called Wyeihs Sulphur flair in which riage ami Sulphur arc combined with other valuable remedies for the hair and scalp in If jrtjr hair is losing Us color or constantly comine or if yoj are irotihled dandruff or itchy fen fifty cent of Wyeths and Sulphur from your it according to the simple lirert what a few days viil make in the ir your All drusgicis noil midor etiaran tt will iifmrl if thr rpinrxiy oxarrly PS rep by the who rush upon him and mortally injure him before he is res cued by tlie The picture closes with the last lion at bay and shows a terrific fight in in which the lion is fin itlly killed by the explorers the whole production is wonderfully vivid and it well worth It is being shown again today at SERIES OF LECTURES GIVE PRO MISE OF AN INTELLECTUAL TREAT BICKERDIKE HURT entering the House of Commons shortly after two Oclock Robert Bicker Liberal member for Law Montreal the misfortune to tali and fracture a He was attended by member for and member for who stated that the fracture was a serious Bickerdike was accompanied to on the afternoon train by the member for is expected he will be laid up for some ALL FAVORED SUFFRAGE a largelyattend ed meeting in the city hall this even presided over by and addressed by Miss the English a resolution was favoring the granting of the franchise to healthy Special Stamps Confusing toii brought j the Shilohm The family ftr CcMs lihilUi so Httlc and deck much In connection with the series of university extension lectures the first of which is to be given in the Central j school auditorium Friday the 1 program has been issued for the entire The subjects all give promise of an intellectual treat of more than ordinary The lectures and their subjects and the dates are December its con duction and X Robert profes sor of January Old and Kemper professor of English Language January Aspects of Evo professor of February Evidences of Prehistoric Pianr and Animal Life upon the professor of Fehruary aspects of Modern pre sidftni of the University of March in of its Ketations with Daily Ferdinand iiroUrssur of MORTGAGE SALE OF ORSES All mostly At the Auction Fourth and Third on 1912 Commencing at 10 oclock in the forenoon TERMS CASH BAILIFF ;