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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. II, llfl.l.. THE LETirnHTDGE DAILY HERALD Save Real Money in Buying Your Christmas Gifts at the En w r1 M MrKCihlMf Y ivIJLjlW JLjIiVx 1 i r1 I r KVKUYTHIXd MOW AN.D TO IN THE STORK A IN K KAROAJX. .LOTS TO CHOOSE Jb'KO.M K WITH: THE CJUWIKS AXD TA-KH youi: JMCK. Shoes at Half Price GUT SUGGESTIONS HOUSE tan and black leather 4 Regular Half Price I CARPET HOUSE Itegulnr Half Price PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS RcKular 55.00; Half Price PATENT LEATHER BLUCHERS llegular Half Price FELT BOOTS 13.00; Half price MINER'S Regular and Half Price........................ 50c SURVEYORS Sl.aO Half Price I 3 Anv'ol' llio following articles an; very ji'il'ls I'm1 men ;ind have math.' a rctliii.-lion on all A Suit Case or Travelling A Dressing Gown or Smoking' Jacket A Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs A Suit of Fancy Pa A Silk Muffler; Fancy Suspenders. .Neckties, Shirts, Fancy Socks. A Suit of .Underwear; A Pair of Gloves; A iVob'by Hat; A pair of Cuff Links and iitinicnniss iitliei.1 suggestions l-liat. a visit to this is sure to remind. vou of. Clothing at Half Price 20TH CENTURY J20.DO, Half Price 20TH CENTURY 321.00 Half Price..................... 20TH CENTURY Half Price..................... 20TH CENTURY Iti-gulur ?25.00 Half Price HEAVY GREY mixed tweed ulster lalest style, Sale Price HEAVY BROWN TWEED ULSTER, con- CIO 7C Sale Price 9 Ifea. f 3 vcrtible collar, rug. Sa RV SWELL brown mix tweec convertible collar, reg. ?25; Sale price VERY SWELL brown mix tweed uliter, C47 MEN'S ODD VESTS KKGULAK JIALF.P1UCE IM: SHEEl' HALF COATS ALL AT PK1CE .'MEN'S WINTER CAPS. Regular to SALE 50c. Swell hunch o! Faiicy Regular SALE Knitted Ties, OPPOSITE STARLANO CUNAKD LINE EXCURSIONS IS THE T1JIE lo make reservation ofberths. Do not wall. lirltil the last niim.tol- T.S.S. "Ausonia" from Mont- real Nov. 18th New T.S.S. from Portland Dec. 2nd CABIN TO LONDON AND LIV- and up. THIRD 530.25 These rales tiro the lowest ob- the service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable From near- est local agent, or write direct to ilic General Agent for the Cau- adlau West. H.'E. LIDMAN Main WINNIPEG, MAN. WINTER EXCURSIONS TO 5UNNT CALIFORNIA INCLUDING IIEHTH AND MEALS Unusually low rates from SEATTLE cm VICTORIA TO 57.00 50.00 53.50 SAN fBANcisco AND BACK LOS ANCEUS AND SAN OIEGO AND BACK ".fin SANTA BARBARA AND BACK.. lit no wo BEACH AMD SAN HCDBO ANB BACK.................. 53.50 SPEND rOUI WHTEI III Travel on Ihe Me recoriUrrakinr ocean .i.isscnsei' slealushilx J'HKSinKtiT" nr SAIIINCS FROM SEATTLE n P. M. Thuis-lara VICTORIA 8 A. M. Wcduidui Our new free illustrated foldor contsiiis these low ralrs Wrilc to day for A copy 10 NIBLOCK TULL, SHUN IXCHlNOt IUDQ. OM-O4PIY OB O. W. ANDREWS. G. A. P. D. PiniFlC COAtT STVAMSHIF CO. I t.3 OAMCS 9T. SEATTLE, WASH- CHARGED WITH SlGAMY Kdriifiiitqn, lice. -I. Blcilev, kiiov.n real estate man of Mannville, was arrested this.morning liy Defective, Ki.npson nn a of liiKomy. Tlirr information Ini.l In Siinp-son alleges Hleiicr to one Clare Hlcilor, did iiinrry..'.iiiH go Ilii'ough foiin of 'mar- will) another, Krieilriea MHhvli? nn his lirsl MAGRATH HAS A FINE COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECT ARE AMON6 THE BEST MEN IN- TOWN the Ma- tfrath Council asgemblcs for the firet time in I ill 2, ii will constitute one of 'he strongest alder manic bodies in the history of the town. Uesides the members of the old Council .who re- tained their seats, four now faces will be seen a round the table: J. B. lUrie, Mayor; G. AV. HeaUiershaw, 'Bennion and John I. Chipman, councillors. XJ'he last, three named were elected yesterday, and Mayor- olcdt Rlrie went in by It Is very fortunate, thai the Couii- oil is strong this year, as the ! has many weighty problems confront- ing it, and those who were elected will certainly have no easy task. Mirl happily, tliey are all broad-minded business men, nnd the business of the iown can be safely reposed In their .hands. The personnel of the new Coun- cil bespeaks a policy of progress and :L greater and more beautiful Map- rath. J. B. Rlrie, the Mayor-elect, is one of Magi'fttli'S lending citiens, us is shown in his unopposed nomination for the chief magistrate's stifl't. He is a successful farmer and man. He fa vice-president of the Ma- arntli Trading Company, ti large mer- cantile house liens. Mr. Ririe has be- come popular us a breeder and hibHor of ptiro bred live which McGill University in Muaic Local'-.JSk'amhmlioHs in Theoretical music for'air grades will bo hold on April'jam'; mr Local i Examinations in- Practical Subjects will bfi.lield about n month Inter. Application forms, filled in ami ac- impaiiicd by fees, mutt reach the foru April 1st, and froo copies .of lhe.'.vpfficlal iiyllnbiiH con- taining; full 'Information aro'obtainable from the Local Secretary, "Alri J. W. Jones. Lethbrldgo, or from, the Oonoral Sccrctaryi Sherhrooho Strcci 'cBt, Montreal.. Informalion nhoiit tho A'cftVly Exom- inalions.for Diploma of bfcei'iMalu ami Mils. Hue, t'an be obtained -from-t-he-Oyneval Tho Kxa'minlng Hoard, on applica- tion -liclng made, v.-fll be glad to con- sider .my additiniib to 'hi.' prexuiii list of Local Centra. lave truly nnexcellfd in the province from a -QQini of breeding.. ML' live'and progressive and stands first and'.lasi for.iniprov.eni.etit. Magrath has ciio'scn' well H.' Ri'rie. George Heathorshaw, who head- ed the lis'i. in the elections, is above all a booster. He has fnith in .Mag- raih and shows it ou every band. He Is one of'the best and farm- ers in the district, nnd conducts a tlirivinji implement ..and hardware' busiiiess. Mr. Hcatbershaw perhaps knows as much nbout machinery as any orher man in Southern Alberta. He lias always dernoiiKtrated hin sin- sulai- iibiJit.y.cifi a shrewd man who handlos big- ih'inga in a bis way. He is public spirited, liberal in heart nnd hi parly affiliations, niif] a 'iovor of aihlciics. Mr. Heafhershaw will ma- terially strengthen the new Uomicil. .lo'hn 1. Chipinan is a sheepman, and is widely and favorably known. e is one of Ihe. many who have Hide jiood in ibis splendid land of ID West.. He crime: from Utah uouglil a-bunch slieep, and prew leafc'' fairly KO. IIr. Chip iihtn a good financii-'i', and an advo- cate of a bigger .Magrath. This :orn hi nation should make him a heavyweight in mmiidpal circles. The other councillor, Ernest Hen- nioii, is no i. lacking in the pood (juali- that, so (o make good councillors. MR is a youns, cnnrgolic farmer, who in Magralh ami Sunny hern Alber.-.i. His makcMip is thai of a and careful who tliink-3 well -hefore bo He. is a live siipjiorter of clean sports, tnd is extremely popular among all Masses. Above all, IIr, Hennlon is a ft'orker, and this notable virUie, -onplfd with the firm, comprehen- sive of hiiKinoss Icarimd in tlie hard schdol of experience.- onsht to .yivrj him considera'ule prestige in tiio o.' Those who an: iv-Mrins, O. A. and Oouncilkirs Hau- Medley anil Hudson, are dohiK i so witii fjootl, clean records. Mayor ban been an ardent town, and although policy !iii-.; not alwayB been favorably re- by some of the lio has novertbo'iesn retained the confi- dence of largo majority. In ihu passing of Mr. from cfvir jpoiilicH, losqa a wise, judic- ioii.s and honost. public aervantl. This "'so he truly said of .In; otiH" I'ounclllors. They bavo Movcii in times past, and any moasiirc u-cui.1 tend to Uio gootl govoni- M 'irt with ruprct. that -ihoy arc ciuif- ROYAL PARTY SAFELY OFF SHIP Councils to'Select the Reeve (Continued from front page) Two oilier osteopaths W. H. Allbright and ari, Calgary. present were Mrs. Dr. .Alr.VHI. fJco. Hnadlcy moved thai thu com- mittee recommended that the amend- to tin; medical profusion nci stand over till the osleopatliic bill introduced hy the member for Cards- ton came up for consideration. Dr. l-ampbei! moved an amc-iKlineat lo 1-loadlcy's motion, thai tha commitlTO rfcnnuncnd thai Ibt bill he passed hy (he House. After sonie diseuysion. lioth motion and amend- ment were withdrawn ami com- mittee agreed to meet again tomor-j row morning at ten o'clock lo (he ijucsliou of the standing oste- opathy further consideration. What Osteopaths Ask A local authority speaking: today living to the Eald. Wegtfirn prea8' Association GihraUnr, Ore. of tha royal panv coniprising the Prin- ccss Hoyal Duke of Kite and their j two (laughters, who suffered such tcr- j riblc experiences during the stranding' of the steamer Delhi ot! Gape Spar- tel yeslcniay were reported to be; well this morning aHliougli much ex-' hatistnl. Ten u" the male of Ibe Delhi are still cm board. They and the crew will, it is expected, bo landed in eoiirsc of the day by i means oi rocket apparatus. Jt, is in j possible for ihe life-saving boats lo j approach the wreck, turbulence of the sea. The stern of announces there is n warm the linpr lias shifted further ashore, imirie being fought between the and Ihu vessel is badly strain-d and tuedica'i council and -.'he Osteopaths making considertililn amount of water, over the Osteopathic Bill now before rVlhorta WILL FACE A MURDER CHARGE WinnlpoK, Dec. Furdu, tlm woman who wfis shot yestorday hy i-'rcd Libcrnvan. editor of Ger- inanid, is dying. The bullet was a brass one ami septic poisoning has sot in. Liberman will lie charged with imtrdtvr. .MieliM'rm ninu may creel u big iir plant at Chatham. ROBL1N WILL GOBBLE IT ALL Ontario will not get one Port on Hudson's Bay Toronto, Dec. Globe's OU i correspondent says ih'is moni- Now Hint the Ontario elections.are jin-d Sir .James Whitney has no need for the theory that the late Liberal government at-Ottawa- was not disposer! in deal as jusllv with Ontario's C'lairns in regard to boundary extensions as ihe new Con- government might do. H is frankly stilted hy one of Hie federal ministers that there is no ttilth in the pre-election rumor llmf, Ontario might ho given a port on Hudson Hay. Tin- provincial houmlary extensions will he geographically in accordance, with the terms unanimously agreed upon by parliament in Manitoba will gel Hit; short, line of the Hudson Hay down (n a point considerably smith ot Knrl XcLson. Ontario will hiive no part, of the shore Hue'where I jaw on theBQ grounds, while (he L js possible. It was stated that medical council want thorn to be Ontario iwight share Fort Kelson with "An amendment asked for by tlie nittlical men gives tltem the power to regulate osteopathy. "All i.hc ask'for is fair play. .They have existed as ;i sep- arate school for years .and differ in several rospecv.! from Uio old school as to the cause, prevention and the treatment of disease. The Os- teopaths are asking for a separate law under their jnriBdlciton." IFAYOR EXPANSION FOREIGN TRADE Her. poll of nirmlirts of Ivmsc slimvcil 95 in invt'pr ni willi Knrojir. Sisty- nint; mciiiiHr.s wore oitfosccl to the. sclK'nie. A hill will he presented dur- ing the .session for tlie purpose ot-se- cnritic; with SoiMh Am- Icric-cn Sintes fnr n'ciproeil-y. The National KxcCiitive of tlui Wo- men's Labor League is iiKtalilishing a buhy t'.linic for t-hihlren umirr five yours of in North Kensington, as a join I. niMtioriiil to Mrs. Hamsay and Mrs. Middle ton, hofh of whom werr former joint aucre- turirs of (lie league. ThB Quickest Cough Cure- Sixteen of It for Me, Sivei You Work Quickly or Money Refunded. For quick, positive 4he 15 ounces of cough syrup you makt with ft 5ft- cent bottle of Plncx, cannot be equated. H takes hold Instantly and will stop the most obstinate cough Inside of 2i houn. croup whooping coueii to it quickly. The user of Plnex mixes It with horoi- made sugar syrup. This you.'it family remedy than you coultl buy mixed for Kftslly prepared In directlonB in Plnex and membranttE with rftplAlty. H stimulates the appetite. Is JllfMly atlvc tastes ;HM It. Excellent for lioaraeneas, bfon- and othw throat troubles, and hu a wonderful record in cases of Incipient trsted compound of Norway TVWte ixtracl, rlcli In sualocol and otBernatu- ral healing pine clcmentn. Simply mil with eucar syrup or strained honay. In, A 16-oz. holtlt. and It la ready for UM. UIM moro homos In tlie U. S. and lhan any other couth remedy. Plnex has often been Imitated, but never for nothlnr has Plnex or will Bladly It for you. If not. to Th. PlMl Toronto, Ont. SENT TO JAIL FOR BLACKMAIL I.umiin, Dec. For blackmailing Klijnh n Canadian- financier, falsely lie had committed fin indictable offence, a young wonlan nfimed llutlrr. ri-ceived nine months and Henry Marshall three years. Marshall is said to have been a sec- ret service agent in Canada. Berlin's municipal utrcoi. railway will have a surplus or for the year. TIio r( liremtnl, of Hathurst Ilignoltl from I lie scorctmyship of Ilie Norwidi Kire Insinance .Sneictv, l.iiniled. is announced. The. .sTcietury-iiip lias heen held hy the Mignolil (nmlly sinfo 1797. Xmas Photographs Photo. T.Uen DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morrit Round Street ;