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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta l.VIOII. rrri? 11 How would you like Moose Venison OR Duck for your Xmas Dinner Orders taken mow deliver- ed to suit eust.Qi.ner: ChoiceMoose and Venison on sale to- morrow. G. A. Delany Phone 452 MEDICAL STUDENTS RA1SE_AJBIG ROW According to Pires. Fal- coner it was a False Alarni Toronto, Dec. ynur med- ical H-liiduiUs al Toronlo University nre illscnssliii! the BUBKMIIOII thai they fllllllll tliolr lerin ill .Mcliill Uni- versity rattler than submit to an In- crease In clinical fees Unit 'they have hoard is cumins. The muilenm-buld a meetinf, yesterday afternoon and de- cided that they would go lo -Montreal Ihnll unbuilt to the reporled ac- tion of Ihe faculty lo increase the hospital's fees because the uiiivoisKy makes no jjrant to the hospital for sick children, where Its students lulie clinical lectures. The university ttivc-s Brants to the other city hospilnls, lint not 'to the hospital for sick children. The man- agement of the luttw- Institution lime aso intimated to Ihe mil- vurnily authorities that recognition similar to -that given Ihe oilier two hospitals should lie accortled Ihe bos- pllal for sick children. What the slu- dents resent IB the reported sugges- tion of the faculty that. Mm men them- solves, iiny the sums expected, of Ihe university. It has been urged upon them to false 1200 and donate it to offering, as a recog- nition of the .charitable work of this institution, the students seem to think this mini'would not he a cent., loo ,nuch. Hut.-they consider a principle is-'iuvolved, anil the meeting conclud- ed will! an unanimous decision to pay no extra fern whatever, and let the faculty take whatever action it'liked in consequence. Applause greeted this ;eaflon thai -the students finish their course at JlcGill rather than submit to an extra levy by tho faculty I who now collects SIBO per year for clinical fees Crom each student. POLICE WATCHING FOR A MURDERER II' It In wlihin Ilio and Spokane, Dec ig Ills Clmuncn' H. Simmons shot down in the home ol Ms hrolla-r, A. H. .Sim- mons, 'Jlia-'i Himiiv' avenue, Monday night, reached a poiul last nishl where the police sluUil, thai' they had satisllfd tlicmstilvcs as to Iho iili'iilily 'of Ihe man and believed his acres! would he Ihe matter n! a tew hours iiiily. (icin'i'al de- scription and I III' fact Illat the Ulan under suspicion was L'l'lcaseil from -tlie county jail i.nly ;l few days for their have convinced llii! heads liotise. I Todiiy was no oxcepllon to the rnlo hind as a result of tlie sesfiion Ibis morning ihroe arc doiny time al the Mounted Police bar- racks. .lohnston. has just W ABRIDGE Gentlemen of no Visible Means Either Work or go to Jail pov.-er of Chief ilcn force. l.ulh- bridge will not ilic winter home' c-f ihci colony which has ll'piiiHl Calgury a rctiort ilurlni; j tile past few woeUs. Kvery day [inds a cinotfi in" Ilio IravclliiiK huliu senile- men before the imli.-u niaBlstmtc bin unless their .It- "torlun .ire very they are part that the .mm, who is wall sivon a term in the gmml Iviuiu-u lu lite (K-llci1, is UK- n.unlttrer oi Mil! detail v couniv ;iutlitur. ill I'Uij "We jus! want to luy our iiamls r.i; that man and as .soon as we do thai. hjivt; evidence enough against him lo will-mill, us in bringing; b-l" i completed one thirty-day session lit into court at said M. i'-lie provincial jail, appeared charged with (IriinlteniieEii and neiiera! worth- iis last ii.iinc of Ihc IfisHiiesK He seeinn to te Ihe 'inar-. I ..i I if is wir as u matter of policy, ,n the that, he is '..he'clly. ami all ne be 'tva-3 commuted to the fop -flfiefMi (liiys. William a r nfliirrs llave hecn instructed lo liriiiR I another of Ihc wont. u. him in mi The man was soc-n I while A. Jackson, I on the street a tew days ago before the murder, and inquiry al the coun- ty jail yesterday showed that he had been released last; week. He was e serving a sis months' term for bur- less d8Sirc o the D and D, wont ''h'j.saine rouLt1. Hereafter all o-f less month' will he served out. In j the barracks, and Ihe vags sent there j than a Klary arid pleading- ptiilly to the cnarpR those sent lo the provincial second l a full cnnfwsinn. to thi police at Hie limp of his arrcKt. LETHBRIDGE PRIZE WINNERS AT CALGAHY poultry Cal.'jfiiy The following Letlilmrtgfi fanciers -v.'oii pi'ixes at the 1'oultry week I. H. and 2nd prizes Leghorn cock, and "T e whole .thing is a misunder- for S. C. white cock, and andL." declared 1'resident Falcon- and 3rd prizes for S. C. .white Legbp.r, declared President Falcon- er, .of Toronto University today. "i never know any thing1, about it, till I roail it lhfo morning." Is( for, 3. -C." >yhiLe, Leg- horn cockerel; 3rd prize for S.C. white Lftffhoro pullet; 2nd for black REBELS PROCMW FORMPUBLIC Dec. A afi rcsiill of liwiary leaders tniiay, ii is aiin rd tliat ;l rftpuhlicrtii hetn .-Htalilislicd and will he proo rd by .Siilitrdiiy with Dr. Siui V as president, and Nanking as ca It was also ilocfd-jd llial'a.s no i'cls of peart; arc forthcoming; lias aiul liis .idea of a monarchy iionariPK will continue1 ation for an al'tat-'k on 1 [Therefore the vagg will all bo sent j the 'tfuiml room in future, and whou their terms- arc finished they will liavn less desire to ninke Lctli- j bridgo permanent I Dr. n. J. RusseM, medium healer j who bumped into the j Letlibrldgo police last foil at the I Ihe fair, blew back to the city yesterday to-.-see hov; buaineHE was progressing bore. Unable to give a. of his wander- fiiffB since liis last visit, or a j [We reason -for 'lii-s second trip, he- was jugged until'the police could vestigiUc. He .came up bcEprp the j magistrate this-morning bin his" case wus remanded to allow j Samuel Jones, of this city, also cap- ,red i.iio followiiig.prizes: R, C. brown'.coclt, Srd prize; hrown Leghorn lien, 1st, 3rjl prizes; It. O. brown 4Ui prize1'; white crested hUibk Poland ccck, 1st prize; white crested black Po land hen, 1st and 2nd prizes; white crested black 3rd prize, llavld secured 1st ml 2nd. prlV.ea for. bis white crested black Poltuui pullets. MR. McGARRY'S HONOR IS IN THE BALANCE Ottawa, JJcc. Evening Citizen says: "Interest fa growing in tho poliiicul 'situation in South JUDGMENT VMS RESERVED London. Dec. Ay as re- served today by the Privy Council at tho conclusion of tho .hearing of the 1 taken from the decision of tho the I'cvoln- The Conservatives are calling r-jr prepar- a convention t0 consider tho 'ion of a candidate to oppose Hon. _ j tleo. -p. OraliJim, to providi? a 'seat i for whom Thomas, Low M. P.resJjfUotl... "Apart from Ulfi political slgjiifl-1' cance o" the the ipatit uii-- tered inlo by certain representatives of parties promises "'o play n large !figure. By terms of this pact Mr. Supreme Court of Caimrln by The pro-1 McGarry, Conservative, was to bo vince of Ontario, in Us case against j unopposed for the legislature, if on Ihe Dominion government.. The sub-' ject at issue was -ine.-" r'ultiiiV by the Privy CoiJncil as, to whother the Su- preme Court of Canada had jurisilic- .Mr. Low's resignation tho ex-minister of .railways would be unopposed. "Mr. McOurry sot in by acclama- tjou and he and many of his friends tion to entertain a reference on sec- j aro trying Lo carry out the under- tiriu 00 of 'Uie Supreme Court taking. Tlie whole will be rlis- stioiv.i as >to the consi.iui-i cussed a party convention in the Uonal powers of the provinceB, and as near future. lo effect of provincial statutes alJ questions lo construction of the! 'Supremo Conr-. Act. and of iho British (North Aincrlcan Act. Special ieayo lo jappen! baa been granted 'to th.e 'prov- incial government. PAPAL ORDER WHICH IS NOT POPULAR TRADE WITH BRITAIN IS ON THE INCREASE "Berlin, Dee. is ofTicially an- noniH-ed that the papal legate to Prussia was informed by Cardinal j M erry Del lj e pa pa 1 sec rotary wheii (be special order of J. estate of, appeared on.a.chirrge o-r ment.of tlie estaie bylaw. has'.been' deai'ing'in Klpp property -ivithout a licenpe. He pleaded guilty; io tlie charge iind was lined nnd-i costs, with 'afliordftr- to take out a; license before iiogoliaMiip I'mther. .-_ j Sam H all: the back driver, is in, trouble Appeared ,'on charges this morning. Brat for drunk and disorderly, ami socond fors soliciting for women of the world. He was remanded both charges, arid 1st out baU. His- case will be heard tomorrow. DID FREIGHT STEAMER-FOUNDED -'kW-Vtfrk-; nrc. IS.-XBW: YorkqMnr.iiK''pxchaiiRe is. in-r a rumor today .l-hat inc. Hritish-j sicrtinui- Itasl Point, which sailed-j from l.oixlcn 2, with a onrgo oi "frpighl for iMiilmlelpliiH, 3'-as founder-' g. sea. Kiisi. I'o-inl is a 'rclght carnpr ami lias a ctitw oi nhout-'U-cn- iv Or thii-tv IS ON THE INCREASE j of when tho special order of Ilio h.vei Oi'-'iiwri, Doc. section of Hie rcrorring to court proceed- jfitsite the iitininil of (ho inijs HIP I'lorgy was "ifi official lirctlir c-: trjido and commerce, donling with j that, il did not apply to Germany, oration of the yon j trade liciwcon Ciuiatln. Groni Britain, Tlie order hiis boon attacked hy I france Gernuiny has boon issued. newapaporg of every side except the Tho report shows t.hsv iluring iho fiscal year which cloned on Msrcli la Eft., (ranada's to-; a] trade with Britain amounted l.o ns aaalnst. for 1010. A cfiUHidorahle increase in imports of Hrifjsh fi'tnds and a derreaso of Imports to Groat Hritain nre shown. The tovii! iinpoTt-3 amounted to ?1KI.- as compared willi in l.fllO. Tlie nxpor-'o last year :un- ountod to as against Catliollc organs. WILL CHANGE SITE OF STATION TERMINALS j Ottawa, Doc. the Champ- i lain nwr'tet. situ of N. T. K. tnr- j Quebec1, will be rtlspoiind of i Ihe jiovcrnmenl, mid a new Bite obtained Is praclirally assured. Oh- joOUouii to 1ho Ciiamplaln sitn on -Jiic Hijoi-fl of niul alleged arc having weight with the Rovfli-nmenl, moreover does not feel disposed HI duplicate {.lie system already built Qnohcc by the coiistniclion of now docks in connection with tho X.T.H. icrminn'-j. ll is believed that the Rovurniiisnt knows prRVty well in what district the city edition wll bo built but on Ihii; poin-. absolute sdcvccy Is bohiK main- LAST SAILINGS From St. John's via i r D D KTCWNTIJC t K K-i sreAwswiPS ,L, ,U ROVAU MAIU EHPRESSES EMPRESS OF BRITAIN Friday, Dec. 29. Winter Excursion Rates On Sale Dally. Km, litii to Die ilst RESERVE BERTHS NOW Early Applicants Get Greater Choice. Dctalli, Literature from any Railway Ajc.nt. J, 8. CARTER. Gsn'l. Agtnt, Main Street. Wlnnlpcj. Or S. B. MITCHELL, Agl. C. P. H., LETHBRIDGE. PRISONERS RELEASED AS CHRISTMfS PRESENT Everoti, Wash., Dec. Christmas prejcni to those lirlsoners of liio stiiie refornratory at Monroe deemed worthy of reward for meri- torious (-omluct 27 inmates of Mint institirunn have granted liberty liy tho board liavolo. 'I'lio board dirl nol wait until the -arrival cf Iho' resu'ar norioil -o meet and Ilirestl- kate -Hnpllranls for parole. John Itanscn, Site Everett member of the says that he nnd inoushi the lib- eration of the yotlllE men -would be a timely .Tllov.-ing those who were elisible for freedom under the rnie of iraroic to leave the prison anil spend tho holidays with their famil- It. to accomplish -jea- notion that the bo.irod met in special nessioa. 'WON'T DISTURB COMMISSION (Klawa. Hoc. have never Ilionght of such n iliinij and the sov- ernmeiit no! (akon it into eonsitl- i i-.tid Hon. Frank Cocbrane. inlnlEtrr of rnilways and canals, v.-hen thi-s morniny as to Mie j report the government wonlil j reorganize of the Irnnsoontln- j i entni railwav t-.ommisGipn. It was j pail that the rlisniissal o-f' K'alveri. .Mclsanc. and Young waa con- tomplnleil and thlH Slnjur I.oonavcl would havp entire charRp of the i The Mr. Coclir.ano, how- i ever, would appear to not Iho rumor at j FERNIE CIVIC CONTEST I l-'ernie, mere canili- I dates for civic lionora hnve como for- j ward, biu howRVe- these TJarKigfir. may'-cl. Iho town I" looalnR no Iml- tnng throiiKh excitement over liie I' -seems to he linkltip, the with cotnmcnil. able coolness. I Express the Christmas Spirit in proportion to their appropri- ateness. Furniture, lifelong in its roll of friendship's token, is the gift above all gifts is so muck in opr Store tkat t and, is good at very low prices'. Let us skow youkow easy'jt is to. give something of eriduring usefulness SPECIAL PKIC'Eh ON Fine Clwir, seal iiphoUH icd iirsilk lapeslry. Kegular Eoinan in niiilum'iuiv I'inisli. -soni .upholstered. .Regular Now 57.00 -A Mahos'siiiy Musir dravyer, hovel philc m1. Lop. FOR THE LIVING ROOM: A Ooinl'ordible-ltorker', in, (iiiartcr (-lit oak-. lOarly English- leathi'.r upholstered reo'itiar A. Convciiieiil' Deck, in qr. eul ouk, fuiuod finish; Siy.OU: Kiuokci-s' iind Ash ilui .uieest noveliy yon could give IV lllilll. UacKs, a large Efirly I'.'iiglish of I'liincd I'iiii.sli. EVKKV IX Til There are articles thai will remind the recipient. For years of the ihoiighU'iihiess of (lie, giver. This sloiv is splendidly ready-It) help, will make your Christmas Inlying a pleasure. We o-iiuntnle.e prompt-di'livery and in perl'eel -condition at siny lime you indicate, and will reserve selection for you any lime he- I ween now and Christmas. WANTED: School Ckildren at our .Store on Saturday afternoon to get a three-foot ruler BAWDEN BROS. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 Third avenue South Telephone 625 ;