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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 Tuesday, Dcccmbcl* 17,1912 DELEGATES HAVE FOll-POWER M Can Not Only Agree on Place But Sign Necessary Treaty LoiidoH, Dec. 17-The crcdciilials f)[ tilt! pciico (IclcRatcs of tlie Ualltan lillicK atid of the Turkey [fovDiiiDiuut,, give thom full power as plciiipoleu-ti.-iries. The)' onn therefore not only negotiate for peace, but, If they come to an arrarigomont can conoludc and sign it. This point was made clear when thp delegates mot in St. James f'alauc lliis morning to commence the 4'Crlous business of tho gathering. Dr. S, Danctl. speaker of the Bul-lEirian parliament, is [jrcsiding. The business of the contcrancc was the appointment of scretariies. It was decided lluil each dclngatfion should appoint a man to act us sccrctairy of the conference on the day on which the chief of the mission to which he belonged, was in the chair. This will occur in the alphabetical order of tho slatcR represented at the conference. Thus a Hulgarlan secretary today undertook the secretarial duties of the conference. The delegates then ux-changod credentials. The meeting of the conference lasted less than two hours. The plenipotentiaries adjourned for the day before one o'clock. It was noticed that contrarj- to yes-tcrdayis procedure when the delo-gate.-? all lunched together, the Turks today left the palace and went alt to lunch at their hotel while their allied colleagues remained in the palace. Adjournment was made until Thursday. i Jr i 7^ Wine and Spirit Hamper iVo. 4. 2 Bottles H. B. Co's Special Bye. i Bottle H.' B. Co.'s Finest Old Higli- land. 1 Bottle H. B. Co.'s Diamond Brandy t 3ottJe -II. B,-Co/s. Cherry Whiskey 1 Bottle II. B. Co.'s. Malt Whiskey '' 1 Bottle n. B. Co.'s Old London Dock Sherry 1 Bottle H.^ B., Co.'s Special A^intage Port � ^ . t Bottle. H. B. Co.'s; Niaoara Port !� Bottle H. B. Co.'s St. J alien 1 Bottle H. B. Co.'s Gincer ^Vino I Bottle H. B. Co.'s Old Tom Cin -12 bottles AVcij-ht 50 It). Pi-ice $7.50 HUDSON'S BAY Co. XMAS HEADQUARTERS For MEATS & POULTRY We can supply the entire City with the very choicest Southern Alberta grown Poultry and Meats, We are well prepared to serve you with everything on the Market, There are two kinds of Meats and Poultry, fresh killed and cold storage You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Choice We Have Nothing But Fresh-killed Southern Alberta Grown Products If this is what you want let us have your holiday orders. THE PRICE IS RIGHT ! Phone 452 G. A. DEL ANY Headquarters for Choice Fresh-killed Southern Alberta Grown Meats 0 TRIG TO EGG MARKET. PUBLIC BENEflTS o- Women Selling Eggs 4 Cents Under Grocers Prices Accommodate Greedy Trust listinK uonicii and lioiisoholi! lca.u;ues in a plan to urtloiiil. Tlicy wrc tolil' tli.tt if tlio middle men could be c!im-inated, the consumer cnuUl get c)!;(�s mucli cheaper. In fact, - llioy would be sbown wlicrc they could get ail E GREAI W FORCiUtlES LADY ABERdWn TURNS COLLIER HOSm^L OVER TO DUBLIN MUNICIPALITY BONAR LAW DOESN'T T NEW ARCHBISHOP GOES EASi WOULD HOLD CONFERENCE WITH COtONLES AS TO.JfOOD TAXES London, Dec. 17.-Boiiar Law made an Important speech on larltr reform Dublin, nec. 17. - Lady Aberdeen the egg.s (liev wanted at 21 cents a ' yesterday transferred to iho custody dozen: The idea took immensely .lipd of the Dublin cor-pciation under the and Imperial preference at a meet-, lhc."io sales are now proceeding in provisions of t})e insurance act, the hig at Aahton, la�t night, under t4ie Chicago, :l)ec. 17.-.Society women eastern cities and will hci;in in T'eter F. Collier memorial dispens.iry , chalTmanBhlp of Sir Max Aitken. in various cities who are cnK^gcd in ChicHjro Had the speculators under- , fnr the prevention ol tuhorculasis ' g^l^ Marquis of Landa- the laudable >vork-oi sclilnc; � largo lakcn to unload a hundred cars ot which is situated m the poorest quar-' (jo^^.^g.g ^^cent speech was made after (luantitics of c"es at 24 cents when ^^^^ swonp, the prices would tcrs of this city Mr. Robert .1. I'ol-: f,ii conslrleratlon with the leaders quantitiLS of c,gs at^-i cents wnen ^^^.^ ^^^^^^^^ Women'in var- licr, of New V,rk, desiring a POVuM- Unionist party Bcnar Law ions places can make these sales m'lU n)cmorial tn his father in ^ub- ggif, .^at If'they (the Unionists) were without exciting suspicion. .Tlie, &yn- ,1"' P "Wd at the disposal of Lady returned to power they did not HUond d.cate has several hundred carloads \ ^f^''" ".e fm.ds necessary for the ^^^^ ^, which tliey can dispose at 21 .V cents election and cciuipping the inst tu-  grocer.s were asking 28 cents, are doing grand^ work for tho housewife, who. is worried at. the cost of living, and at tlie same time, but (luitc unwillingly, they i�re helping an ambitious syndicate out of a hole that was nothing short ot disaster and utter ruin. Beginning several months i ago the syndicate began buying eggs in enormous quantities' and storing I them; They secured millions at low I figures, as low as ten cents, and nine-I teen cents a dozen was the ma.vi-! mum. By the time winter should ; have .set in they had the stora:j;c ! houses packed to4hc limit. But win-; ter di.'l not arrive and the hens took I a new lease of life and continued lay-I ing. That condition prevails at pres-i enl and tho syndicate could sec iioth-j ing but black despair. Conseiiucnlly, it is said, sonic Napoleon in the ' syiirticate conceived the idea ot en- pcr do7.cn for eg}:s that cost much ''"'i During Die year the number ol less than one cent each in .\pril and | PiithMils were H,(i78. Lady Aberdeen call a conference with tho colonies, to consider the whole quesllon of pre. The Gift Centre! Just Arrived! We have Just received our fall shipment of the celebrated Henry HoKcrs and Sons English Pearl Mounted Silver plate, coii-Blstlng ot Fish Knives and Forks, Fruit Knives and Forks, Individual nutter Spreaders, Butter Knives and Sugar Shells....... Alio Butter Dlohes and Knives from $1.60 to $3.00. Mar'm'alade Jars and. Spdon�, $1.75 to $2.5a Cracker Jars, $4.00. One-Half Dozen FruTc Knives In Case, $4.50. Thoso who appreciate a really hiyli-class article should fuspcct these goods, E. A. EWERT JcnvcUei* iiiid Opticiai) Oliver liloc-k Lc(hl)ri4ijj>c, Alta. make a fine profit without endangering the riiarket. A in prcsentin.g the iri.stitnlion to the i f^rential trading, city expressed her gratitude to Mr. I Thtretore, the question of whether Collier for hi.s f;reati charily. | or not the food duties will bo Imposed Sir Win. Thnmpson . slated thcat > will'not arise until the negotiations since the opening of the institution . arp comiileted. If 11 was true that the death late from consumption the dominions do not want food duties, tliroughont Irel.iiid .showed a contin- none would be Imposed; they would juous fall and is now less by four only lie Imposed if they were essen- WILL GRANT CONCESSIONS TO FARMERS AND ALSO PRO-' TECT SHAREHOLDERS deatli.s Hoeklv than in 1907. AGED 13 AND A VEGGMAN tial to a preference. AUudin.g 'to the inucli talked of re terendiim on the fiscal (|ueatlonv he Otliiuva, Dec. 17.-Additional safeguards in the organi/.ation of banks, greater supervision by the gpverh-meni of their management, increased elasticity with respect to lor.ins to farmers, and a larger control over j prospective mergers are lour big fca- � turcs favorable for revision ot the ' Canadian Haiik act, which will be introduced in the commons by Hon. W. T. White today. To the West, the most important clauses in the revised act arc those dealing with the loaning ot money to farmers upon the security ot their grain and to ranchers upon the security of their cattle. Both of the den-.'a'nds of the western farmers hiwe been acceded to by the minister of linance. As ail additional safeguard in connection with the organiziiition ot new banks there will be special provisions protecting the interests of sul)-.scribers in cases whore the provision-,T,i directors fail to launch the bank clTeCtualTy. Bank mergers will he more caro-fjiUy supervised in future and the con- '� sent of the minist'er'(it linance'will'; have to he obtained before an agree mcnt -can be entered -into between blinks fur the purchase ot ass.'ls ti-oin other banks. :  ' 11 is antieijialed that Ihe revision ' ol ilainiv new dishes in our new Cook liook. Write tor a copy putt frc� ESCOrr iSr HAKMKR, WINNIPEG RepreMntativi for Mai^ltoba, Saskatchewan, and Albartik 1 ;