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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBItlMta. ftAILY HUMLft, TUKtOAY, BBC 14, IMt. fmnair Health Never FaiSs to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color ssd Bsaaty. No matter how long- it ho.s been gray orfadcd. Promotes a. luzu riant growth 1 of health j' hair. Stops its falling out. and positively jrcrnoves JDsxE- druif. Keeps hair soft aud glossy. Re- fuse all substitutes. 2% tines a.s nuch in ?.s 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. bottles, at drugclsts Send 2c fur (ivo book "The 11 air." .Hay's HarfSna rod, routrh hani's, ami ail is- fine an :Wt I5c. Send 2e for frca boote of the bkin." For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. At Maple Creek, Sask., A. A. Mme- ley elected mayor by acclama- tion, and R. G. Williams, D. K. Earns, and W. Pollock councillors bv acclamation. Montreal, Dec. was a cart to heart conservative talk at ,afoutaine club Saturday evening, the occasion being the visit of Messrs. 'Glen Campbell and A. S. Meigheii. i .P.'s from Manitoba .1. D. Tav- jlor, M. P. fiom British Columbia. jand Oswald Crockett and Dr. Dauii-1. !M. P.'s from New Brunswick. in (whose behalf a dinner, presided over 'bv the president of the club, Mr. iRodolphe Forget, M. P. for Charlc- oix, was given. j During the dinner Mr. Campbell. M. [P. for Dauphin, who had to take an i early train, declared that the eyes !of the Dominion were on Quebec, and ,'he asked his friends from this nrov- to see that forty-five per cent, of the total vote givr-n at the last elee- jtion for the Conservative party was next time to fifty-live, and ithe number of members accordingly. The Scotchman received an oration as he shook hands with the president, and wanted it to be under stood that I he was shaking hands with every Conservative voter from Gaspe to Carillon. Mr. Kodolphe Forget, M.P., arose 'after the toast to the King had honored, and proposed "our telling his quests, who were accon-- panied also by ex-Judge Doherty, M. P. from Si. Anne, that it was an impossibility to dream -of carrying .the Dominion without voting assist- ance of the province of Quebec, and furthermore that Quebec would never .be won for the Conservative partv in 'its present disorganized state. Sir John MacDonaJd. Sir John Thomp- son, Sir Charles Tupper and other past leaders always considered Que- bec a pivotal province and counted upon it largely for support, and whv should a different policy so largelv prevail at the present time. Mr. Forget stated that at the last election eleven counties had been won i and twlve more electoral divisions were lost by a total majority of on- ly fivo hundred votes. A NARROW ESCAPE Peterborough, Dec. bovs ad remarkable escapes Saturday hile sleigh riding on a bob sleigh. fcs the sled was crossing over the street car track a car running full Speed caught it up on the fender and arried it some distance. Both boys I ere hurled into the road but neither j much hurt. r v M ML Thoug RANGE SUICIDED IN CELL I Owen Sound, Dec. Miller. of Owen Sound, who jumped his bail here, where he was charged with as- i ault, was arrested at Shelburne, and committed suicide in his cell there. He was found dead with an empty i ottle that had contained carbolic del. beside him. hi fetk Cut ml The BEST Raigt You Can Buy Mr. John R. Cowc-11, son of Mr. .'J. R. Cowell, Clerk of the Legisla- ture, and brother of Mr. W. C. Cow- eH, ik'puty at the Dominion Lands IFice at Red Deer, been selected Mavor Whitlock. of Toledo, Ohio, a; director of public service for that city at a salary of a vear. range earth hat a single point of convenience or real utility that is not em- bodied in the "Happy but this range has many original patented features which can found in no other one a convenience and profit to the housewife. More reasons why the "HAPPY THOUGHT" is called "The King of Ranges" are tfOI given in our interesting booklet. Write for it. HAYR Representatives Manufactured by WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD, Bnutfcrd, Ont HE MUST HANG i Ottawa, Dec. government has decided not to recommend execu- i tive clemency in the capital case of j Zbychley, a pole, who killed his wife t Vegreville, Alta., last sumrue He will be hanged on Dec. 21. Ut? I !l ,1 T 1 IT 11 ij 1 J I'tfi '-''i ffl I 1 mAmMm 3115, 3112 TWO SMART WINTER COATS Patterns Nos. 3116, 3112 All Seams Allowed. Illustration No. .'Jl.lt.5 shows the now paddock coat, which is the latest style for winter. The development was pale gray broadcloth. Tlie plain coat sleeves, notched collar and side pocket Japs are till 'n keeping: with the design. The ilttern is In 6 sizes. Z'l to 42 inches bust measure. For 06 inch bust the coat will require 2 .'J-4 yards of material 54 inches wide. The other model (3112) will prove excellent for a storm or travelling coat as well as for general wear. The front may be rolled back in revers, or closed right up to the neck; the sleeves also allow of close adjustment for stormy weather. The pattern is in 7 sizes, 32 to 44 inches bust meas- ure. For. 3t: inch bust the coat will require 4 yards of material 54 inches wide. ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS FOR MISSES Paris Patterns Nos. 3107, 3096 All Seams Allowed. This smart coat (3107) shows the long becorring lines, and will be very effective in dark green broadcloth, the long shawl collar and turned back cuffs, facod with heavy black silk. The pattern is in three sizes, 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the coat will require 3 7-S yards of mater- ial 42 inches wide, with 1-2 yard of material '20 inches wide for trimming. The new college dress has made quite a. hit tins season with school girls. This natty model is in blue serge. The turned up lower portion of the blouse is faced with silk in the sanjr- shade. Fancy gilt buttons are used for garniture. The pattern is in 4 sizes. 12 to IS years. For a girl of Ifi years the dress will re- quire 6 3-4 yards of material 42 inches wide. Price of each pattern, 10 cents. 'phe place JOT -residents of North Leihhridge to t heir furniture, glassware, etc., Wilson Furniture Co. West-minster Rd. North Lethbridge iiation of the Heart. of the first danger eigaate that announce something wrong wita tlw heart is the irregular or violent throb. Often there is only fluttering sensation, or "all gone" sinking feeling; or, again, there may be a most violent beat lag, with flushings of the skin, and pulsa- tions of the arteries. There may also be experienced a- smothering sensation, gasping for breath, and ieeliug as though about to die. In all such cases the action of Milburn's- Heart and Nerve Pills in quieting heart and restoring it to its normal beat. is. beyond all question marvellous, as our thousands of testimonials will snow. Mrs. Martha Mason, Marlbank, Ont.. a few lines to let yon know -what Milburn's Heart and'Nerve- Pills have done for me. I have been, troubled with weakness and palpitation, of the heart, would have severe choking, spells and could scarcely lie down at all. I tried many remedies but got none to answer my case like your pills did. I can recommend them highly to all with heart or nerve trouble." Price, 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for at all dealers, or mailed direct OB of nrice by T. Milburn Co.. Limited, Toronto, Out. DALE i The Comedian Who Caused the Up- Minnedosa Methodists will build a roar at the Eureka Last Night parsonage. SSO; S G ES i i 3K X X X i i I Our big sale is a decided success, thousands of dollars' worth of finest goods in Canada clearing out at very low figures. We do not advertise any cheap stuff. Our goods, though the lowest in price, arc of the highest quality. Mail Orders shall have special attention, and will be shipped promptly. 9 Special Line of Xmas Goods Corn, lOc per case Canned Beans. lOc per case Canned Tomatoes, 2's, lOc per case Canned Tomatoes, 3's, 12 l-2c par case Canned Pumpkins, -i's, 12 l-2c per tase Canned Pitj Peaches.....................................50c per gal. tin Canned Standard Apples.................................35c per gal tin Canned Standard Lawtonberries...........................7Qc per gal tin Canned H. S. Peaches in heavy per case Canned H. S. Peaches, in heavy per case Canned H. S. Strawberries in heavy per case Canned II. S. Lombard per case B. C. Suffar, 100 Ib. Lyle's Pure Syrup, per tin.......................................'. 20c 5-lb. tins Jam, best makes......................_.............60C to 75c H. B. Jelly Powder, pkt............................................10c B. C. Onions, 8 Ibs. for............................................25c Corn Meal, ID Ib. bag..............................................35C Germado, ]0 lib. bug..............................................35c Corn Flakes, 5 packages for........................................45c Evaporated 1-2 to 120 per Ik. Evaporated Peaches.........................................10c per Ik. Evaporated Pears.......................................12 1-20 per !b. Evaporated Apricots.....................................17 1-2c per Ib. Seeded Raisins, 3 pkts. for........................................25t Sultana Raisins, per Currants, 2 Ibs. for................................................25e Dates, 2 Ibs. Choice Figrs, per Ib...........................................15 to 20c Table Raisins, per Ib.........................................20 to 30fi Choice Apples, 5 Ibs for per barrel Xavel Oranges ......................................30 to 50c per doz. Lemon, Orange, and Citron Peels.........................15 to 20c per Ib. C. B.. Plum Puddings, per Nevr Nuts, per Ib.............................................20 to 25c Shelled per ,b. per Ib. Shelled Almonds. We have a splendid assortment of Fancy Boxes of Chocolates and Mixed Candies from the best manufacturers f HUD N'S BHY COMFMNY A complete holiday at the Hudson's Bay Co.'s confection- ery department. 306-6 ions.' for parncuimm, puums ;