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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta )V" TJTK LETTTBRTriGr; DAILY HERALD ACTIVITIES OF Institute Meeting Most Success- ful-Farewell to Mrs. Amos -Pending Wedding Raymond, Dec. Wednesday afternoon of this week, the Woman's Institute of Raymoiid met iu their regular mouUtly. meeting. This is organization of which Miss Elevens said "Host I have seen on my and'the afternoon's work amply demonstrated the efficiency ot Mrs. II. S. Allen U-JK in the dmi ;uul introduced Mrs. Ernest Hram well, who delivered a splendid ail tircss ou "Eugenics." Mrs. Will Red read a paper on "The true .Christ mas and gave a demonstra tion of suitable Christmas gifts. The biggest event of the after- noon, however, a demonstration of cooking. The Institute appointee several delegates to attend each ses- sion of the Dry Farming Congress ;last September and take notes on 'the day's proceedings. Domestic Sci- ence entered largely into these lec- tures and a number of recipes were given out. These the Raymond dele- gates were careful to preserve am on Wednesday their usefulness was demonstrated. The cooking was brought to the place of meeting, ant tea was served. A discussion ol the qualities of the food also took place. rllie acting president announced that .Miss Stevens and Mr. Foley of the Department of Agriculture of "Alberta, would he present at the 'January meeting and address the in their respective lines. The Institute meets again on the first Friday in January to'talk over the matter of a big reception and possibly, a dinner for the visitors from Edmonton. There were 2fi ladies present. Tiis ladies of tlie Ladies' Aid So- ot" the" "Presbyterian' church gathered at the manse at Raymond on Tuesday night ami hod as -guest' Mrs. (Dr.) Amos, of .Caixlston. Be- fore mciviiiir to the southern town was the Aid president and -in active, worker in the organ- ization." Tdr.admoy.'lodge this ser- vice the Aid, rcafd a ay.address to Sirs: Amos, On fcekalt of the Ladies' Aid Society, present-, cd her.with a beautiful glass fern howl... ilrs. Amos, though greatly made a suitable reply and' thanked the, ladies. Refreshments ivere, served at ..the close. A Very happy gathering; was. that on .Monday night at the home of Mr. I II J You Can Save Money on Your Xmas Piano Purchase TODAY THE BIG REMOVAL SALE OF MASON RISCH. Ltd.. BEGINS JJVERY Piano, Organ and Player Piano will be marked in plain figures showing the regular and removal SalePnce. Our new Store on 5th Street, South will not be finished before our present consequently we must sell every mstrument, even if we have lo sacrifice our profit. Come and see foruoSf the money-savrng ment of event. STORE Qpm EyERy Factories at Toronto SALE 17 Western Branches Lethbridge Store, Dominion Block and Sirs. ,1. A. Allred, when a fare- well parly was given for Miss Elva Fulmer, who, with Mr. Aaron "All- red, left for Salt Lake City on Wed- nesday, .there to lie made man and wife. Covers were laid for fourteen, and a dainty luncheon served. .Dur- ing the evening Miss Fulmer's girl friends gave her a "bundle-shower when many beautiful and useful gifts were presented. Music and names en- livened the evening and the party broke up at midnight. Miss Fulmer was for some time an operator at the Central Telephone pffice here, and was popular in social and church cir- cles. j STEAMSHIP BADLY j I STOKM BATTEBED1 Will Invest Twelve Millions in! Extending the Civic Utilities Why give a Trinket? Give something sensible A nico pair of shoos or slippers would bo more appreciated than a cheap ring or other gew-o-iuv.. I f yon don't f lie'sixe worn g-ue.ss ai it and AVC can change Hie shoes at'tcr- wjtnLs. WP enclose a note to thai; effect with the sril'l. We have shoes at all pi-ices to suit all ages in all the latest fashionable styles Wool Lined Moccassins. Slippers, are a nov- elty to send home. W. J. NELSON Co. S. Sherlock Block Alia., Dec. Ham Short, K.C., a pioneer of Erf-' monton, who was chosen mayor at the election on December 9, announc- ed today that the program oi civic, improvements decided upon for involves the expenditure oi more j than invested in its pub-i lie utilities. Mr, Short becomes chairman oi the board oi commis-; sioners, which is the administrative body of the municipality. The construction program includes-; 30 miles of paving, 50 miles of side- j walks, street railway extensions cosfr-j ing gas "distributing sys- lem, street paving plant, extensive additions to the telephone, cleclric light and water systems, the development of gravel deposits and the establishment of a central mar- ket and warehouses, public library, power house, civic stables, bridges' and parks. The final plans for city beautificalion also will be adopted and work started early next spring.' Mr. Short, who polled (it per cent. I I of the total vote cast, defeating Wj J. Magrdlh, millionaire land-owner, and Alderman Joseph Andrew. Clarke, i known in the Yukon as "the l.ion of i ihc has received voluntary I pledges of the full support of the I commercial, industrial and financial I interests of Edmonton in carrying! out his program, which is the most ambitious ever undertaken by any city of the (iQ.OOO class on the North American continent. Seattle, Wash., Dec. cable- gram received here last night, report- ed that the British steamship Ockley, from Portland. Ore., for Hong Kong and Manila, put in'at .Wororan, Japan, yesterday, in a disabled condition. Her deckioad of lumber .was gone, four of the lifeboats had been crush- ed, and the steering gear was dam- aged. The Ockley sailed from Seattle on November 3, having come up here from the Columbia River to coal. De- lay In the arrival of the freighter in tile Orient had caused apprehension. Included in the Ockley's cargo were S.SOO tons of flour. The Ockley is the second vessel of the Waterhouse fleet to suffer dam- age recently in storms on the Pacific. The British steamship Lord Curx.un arrived at .Yokohama on November 20, in a disabled condition. HEAVY WAR RISK London, Dec, insurance risks were quoted in London yester- day at 25 guineas per cent, to cover the risk of an outbreak of war between Austria and Servia within sis months. WENT TO SCAFFOLD WITHOUT CONFESSION Montreal, Dec. Far- duto, the Italian, was hanged here this morning for the murder of Louis Hette on .Inly last, lleue's body was found in a lane on Clarke street in the north end of the city, and it was at first thought be had committed suicide, but detectives unearthed n chic which led to the arrest of Far- dnto and conviction. From the first the Italian protested his innocence and up to the last ho said that ho did not commit the crime. This morning !io walked quietly from the jail to the scaffold, mounted the steps wilh. out a halt, ami without a word and one minute from the time he left the juil, the drop fell. Death was instantan- eous. Olrt-Tiine Remedy Darkens the Jlair GIVES COLOR, LUSTRE TO FADED AND GRAY QUICKLY REMOVED For generations Sage and Sulphur have used for hair and scaip troubles. Almost everyone knows the value of such combination for keep- ing the hah-a good even color, for cur- ing dandruff, itching scalp and falling h.-ur. and for promoting the growth of the hair. Tears ago the only way to get a Hail- Tonic of this hind was to make it the home, which wns troublesome and not always satisfac- tory. Xowadays, almost any up-to- date, druggist can supply his patrons with a ready-to-use product, skill- fully prepared In perfectly equipped Lahore to-lcs, -An ideal preparation of this sort Is Wyeili's Sage and Hulphur Hair P.emedy, in which Sage and Sulphur arc combined with other valuable re- medies for scalp troubles nnd thin, weak hair that is losing its color or coming out. After using this reni- color gradually coming back, edy for a fan- days, you will notice your scalp will feel better, the dan- druff will soon be gone, and in less than a month's lime there will be a wonderful difference in your hair. Don't neglect your hair If it Is full of dandruff, losing Its color or com- ing out. Get a fifty cent bottle of Wyeth'H fingc and Sulphur from your druggist, and see what ,1 fen- days' treatment u-Ill do for you. All drug- gists sell it, under guarantee Hint the money will be refunded if the remedy in not exactly as represented. Agents: J. II. Iliglnbothani Com- pany. London, Dec. new departure wi.il shortly be taken by one of the old-established London mc-.-ni-ng pa- jiers. the Standard, which will reduce jits price from 2 cents to one cent. Since the Standard was taken over by Sir James Henry Dalzicl from Mr. Cyril Arthur Pearson, its fortunes have shown no improvement, and it has suffered no small loss In the prac- ticjily complete withdrawal of the j I'aily Express from the working com- j bination which became possible when I the latter paper came into the pos- session of Ralph D. Biumenfeld, the American journalist, who, even while the Express 'was a Pearson property, stamped upon it the. distinct impress of his own individuality. One of Lord Northcliffe's journals refers to the impending change in ths I price of the Standard while carefully j refraining from mentioning the name of the paper in an editorial note I which says: "A halfpenny is now recognized by j the public as the price for a newspa- I per and by those engaged in making j newspapers as the only price which is possible if a great and popular cir- ic-ulation is to be obtained. The pcsi- jtion is the reverse of what it was ,111 London a few years ago. Then the halfpenny newspaper was a novelty; now it is the penny newspaper that is the exception. The publication o; i a newspaper at a Halfpenny has pass- j cd far beyond the stage of experiment j and uncertainty. There is no longer any question as to -whether a halfpen- j ny newspaper can rival a penny one In all the qualities and contents that malic a great journal." CONCERNING A "PROFIT" fc Curate (engaged on a theological discussion with his "And what do you think of the character of St. The Landlady: "Ah, he was a good soul. Du you remember how he om-a satd we -should cat what Is set before us and ask no questions for conscience's often thought how I would have liked 'Ini for a Sketch CAN A MAN NOT TAKE HIS OWN STUFF Edmonton, Dec. a passen- ;er a thief if he takes his own hag- gage while under is a ques- i lion to be ruled upon by the courts of Canada. j Hassan All, a native of Turkey, cm- j ployed on construction work, was ar- i rested hero at the instance of the i Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co., on the technical charge of thefr. He proved that the baggage Is his proper-! ty .and that it was not trader lock and i key. also that the agent had not. giv- i on him a duplicate check. When these facts were brought out, the com- puny withdrew the charge, the cfira- lany's solicitor announcing thnt a I leal case will he made so that. Iho j courts may rule upon the question. The judge of the trial court expressed I j the opinion that the prcson! system I of handling baggage not satisfactory j Here's something that will appeal to the boys for Christmas "A Siodebaker Junior" MINIATURE FARM WAGON wlth "and Polc aml Shafts. Pi-Ice Will nuHo.t ?ow.vu Cvurui oi toys. have The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Phone 1173 1262-1 sf-Ave. Soulh at moral cowardice. The mere an-1 ing ;