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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IS. 1012 Tirr, LKTiinRTnofl DAILY HERALD JSiL "Sunkist" Oranges The Finest Gift for the Holidays Nbt a Seed in "Sunkist Luscious Buy '0.11ANGES by the Your Dealer. No other Christmas Gift So Appreciated. "SUNKIST" WRAPPERS bring Rogers famous Guaranteed Table Silverware. Send your name and full address for free Premium Lltt and Premium Club Plan. California Fruit Growers Exchange 105 KING STREET EAST, CORNER CHURCH. TORONTO, ONT. THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Where you Get The Most of the Best for the Money This is Hie Place. We are headquarters XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1Q7B Manager VOTE FOR THE REPEAL OF LOCAL OPTION Regina, Sask., Dec. on local option took pluce In sis munici- palities in the province, but all tbe official returns are not yet In. However, in Moosomln, 'Unnsdon, and Milestone, LylrnvB lo repeal local option, heretofore in force in those municipalities, n-ere submitted. Moos- cm In voted to repeal tlio locfll option bylaiv, and according to newspaper reports, Milestoue did likewise, hums- deu voted to sustain local option. There are several municipalities or local Improvement districts in the northern' part of the province Jn which local option bylaws were voleil on, but no returns have yet been re- ceived by the attorney-general's de- partment. Col. H, It. Smith, sergeant at arms of the House oC Commons, is ill. Good Gare of the Hair Makes All Women Fair snappy, well kept hair is woman's greatest beauty. Tlio first attracts atleniicn. Nice, cleim, CluCfy hair, growing ou tho Jior.d it adonis, makes Tor personal clmrm more than a. clear com- lili'xiou. rcjjular L'c.iUures or n handsome gown.. Beautiful hair, wliich commands admiration everywhere, ia ulmost fi.ssocint.ed the use oC Well Known Scalp Prophylactic Tluj. u'orst. enemy ol' good hair is dandruff caviscd by an invis- pro win or Ecrra. Herpicidc used liuelligcnUy tlcslroya Uila Uic daiiilruEr niul thus prevents fitrtner loss of hair. It Imparts life, lu-ilro ami luxuriance which constitute hair beauty. TLcrc. Is a scbtlt and delir.litful odor cbout Herpicidc that never rii'fcnds bin apimitls lo ovary one. Herpkide uautaliie no srcase asd iIccB not Einin or dye. The il'jlilug which indicates dandruff, us- ually almost, al in no need for anyone lo be dc- rsi-Td Ijv ctl-.er Ihnt liava adopted cur advertising claims. "X'y.i cm fi'idld poss.iilo diaappnhiinitiu by inflating upon having Kc'rplcidc long luiov.-n 115 Vlio Dandruff Germ Dos- l.royci-, Senct 10 cents for sample bottle and' booklet to The Hcrpiclde Co. Dypt, S., Detroit, Mich. Two sizes, 50.-, .inrt 31.CD, .raid and everywhere, If not Briiinl.T'iory your dealer will refund your money nt nil good Bai'bcr Shops and HaiL'-Dregcing Parlors J. D. Higlnbotham Co., Ltd., Special Agents Rousing Annual Meeting at Which Feeling Was Most Optimistic ABLE SPEECHES Resolutions Expressing Confid- ence in Party Leaders and Local Members Medicine Hal, Dec, Ihe Liberals of -Medicine Hat provincial constituency arc alive- and e-nthii was amply demonstrated the con- vention which assembled In Becker's Hall last evenlug. Delegates were Uvrc not only from the city in large numbers, but frcm all parts of the riding, Irvine, Surf I eld. Win n I Fred, Seven Persons, Josephburg and other points bolh on and oft the railway- There was uo doubt about the Vttl- tude of the Association toward their members in the Federal and local houses, every mention of the names ot "W. Buchanan, M.P., anil lion. C. R. Mitchell, M.-P.P., being received wiLli applause. The sitting members are assured of united support from the Libernlfi of the constituency if the crowd that packed the hall to the iloors last night can be taken as any criterion. That the leaders of the party in both Federal and provincial arenas have Lhe confidence of their followers here, was also a -noticeable feature of the convention. Hon. C. n. Mitchell gave a masLerly review of tlie provincial political sit- uation, which elicited rounds o[ ap- plause at frequent Intervals. The meeting was called to order by the president, C. S. Pingle. and offi- cers were elected as-follows: night Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. A. L.. Slfton. Hon. W. T. Fin- lay, Hon. W. A. Buchanan, and Hon. C." R. Mitchell, S. Pingle. First JI. Johnson. Second Hutchin- son. P. Durtdon. Executive Boyd, Chas. PraU, Thos. Allen, A. P. Day, Conrad Glaum, J. G. -Miller, Jas. Gray, A. P- Burns, S. T. Fa'wcett, -M. Giiither, G-. Johnson and Jas. Wyatt. Rural executive Jl. S- Schroader: Irvine, Jas. Craw- ford; I-'asWey, W. A. Foy; Dun- more, Henry Goran: Seven Persons, president of (he local association; Whlthi, Alex. Winnifred, D. McDmigall-, RedcliCi, president of the 'ocal association; Uowell, M. Slattery; Stiffield, Jas. Murray; CaHstndL, Chas. England; AUoratlo, R. J.leKoiuie; Eagle Dutte, J. R. Reid; JoECpuburg, Ins. Kobmsoii; Elk water, G. H. ert; Schuler, E. A. Becker; Many Ber- ries, Steve Berry; Little Plunio, F. Weir; Prospy, A. Jones; Norton's, John Heck-, Chappcy's Laltc, Cunning-1 hHin Smith, JSndcu. A. M. flouch; j Stecrford, ergus Kennedy; Glen Bnn- J. Eckmeycr-. Jas. isli; Bishop's, Jesse Bishop; Grabum, Thompson, C. Johnson; SI any Island Lafcc, R. Rutherford; Four Ways, W. J. Dowson; chester, J. A. Johnson; Hilda, Hy, cslic; Tilimla, Frank Loos; Finn's Abe, J. Davy; Tide Lake, F.. Ilosa- ioan; A. K. Webbsdal-e; Hustons, J. Coffin; Willow Crock, Chas. Archer; Bull's Mead, Lymim; Vlncly Ridgo, E. E. SiiM; Conircy, to be selected: .laE. jug the resolutions passed was he following: That we, tho asFcmblcd mcnihcrK of ihe -Medicine HaL District Ubcml J nKSocJation hereby desire to express our iilmost conl'ideuro in iho RigliL jllnnorab'lo Sir Wilfrid 'Laurie-.- ns leader of the House of Commons, a-nd in our reprcsenliiliTC for the constlt- uency of .Medicine Mat, Hon. A, lluchanan, und we furiher desire ta Slve out most hearty cudorsi'incnt. io i.hc Liih-tnil party, with LI-IT Li culm- re-. fertuce lo the jiolicies or wider inar- Xois and the building and maintaining, of u Canadian navy." Resolutions also passed, ap- proving the Sifton government and the kcal member, Hon. Chnrles H. MItcliell. Speeches wor0 delivered by 0. D. Austin, .Mr. Parker, af Winni- fred; James Murray, Chnv- les England, Carlstadt, and Air. Newby of Irvine. Tbs spncch of Lhe nlyht was delivered by Hon. C, R. Mitchell; wlio an able resume of the ad-' ministration of the provincial eminent, nml his worlt -JH local mum- her. A SALUTORY LESSON London, Dec. Davlrs-. (.'onvictnd of robbing by violrucc WilkiiiFon, n Missouri of about J ISO, wjig sen toured todiiy JHdKe at. CriitM'nl atnns, lo ten i'oiui lu the penilenUary. H. B. Ames and Frank Oliver Were the Leading Speak- ers Yesterday Ottawa, Dec. Introduction of the bill lo iiniend inn Hani; Act by Han. T. While, Mluleler of Flii- ance, juid speeches uy .Mr. II. Ames, bf -Montreal, JUK! Hon. Frank Oliver, .-were the features c-[ today's procoedlngs Jn tlio House. Mr. White first introduced the re solution providing for an external audit for the bonks and afier it had been unseed, the bill, which contains oilier invyortant conditions, 'wns given n first reading. The bill provides among other things, for greater safely In connection with organization or banks, more severe penalties for de- ception or fraud, punishment for iieg Hgence, and Increas-til authority In connection with circulation. Mr. Ames, In his speech on Iho nav al issue, warmly commended the pol- icy of Hie government. HR replied to the argument that to make a conlrl- butioii would weaken the autonomy ol the Dominion, and said the presence of the Canadian miniat-er iu London would give concrete expression of aii Tmnerlnl sentiment wliich hns b steadily growing. Hon. Frank- Oliver struck out on a new line of argument. He said Can- ada's duty is to-prepare a first line of de-fence on the as well as on land, now that conditions demand it fii time of war the defence Empire, and the prevention of occu- pation, wouM'be" (juite as essential to the safety of the Empire as the de- fence of the British Isles. He objected Lo the question of a permanent pbH'cy being mixed up in [he change to our relations the Empiie, because tlie fleets of Europe would not 'wait until such agreement is worked out. Wm. German, of and Oliver of Xorth Essex, were other akers of (ff LAST REGULAR SESSION FOR 1912 MARKED BY VALEDICTORIES OF TWO ALDERMEN Yesterday's being the last regular meeting of the city council, lite pro- noedliijjs concluded in a love fe.ist which is becoming quite the usu.il i hhii< wit h mil coinff rit.v rmillcllB ill Christmas Problems Solved In these Suggestions by which you give a Useful and Seasonable Present Childrens Fancy Wool Slips, noise- less sole, colors green, brown and maroon 3 to 7 30c 8 10 35c II" 2 50c Infant's Fur-trimmed Romeo, leather sole, 5 to 7 80c Children's Fur-trimmed Romeo, leather sole, 8 to 10 95c Misses Fur-trimmed Romeo, leather sole, I 1 to 2 Women's Fur-trimmed Romeo, leather sole, Colors, green, brown, red and black 3 to 7 Jaegar All Wool Bedroom Slips, Women's Jaegar AH Wool Bedroom Slips, Men's Jaegar All Wool Lined Leather Romeo, leather sole and heel Leather Operas, Pullmans, Fausts, etc., in tan, black, kid, green morocco, red morocco and many other styles and prices too numerous to mention but no trouble to show. W. J. NELSON Co. The Foot Toggery 620 3rd Ave. S. the large amount of work I which Iliey had accomplished, and especially praised linyor Hatch, whom he termed the best mayor 'Letlibridgt i luid ever had. and lie believed they would come out success Cully in the end. JfayoT Hatch thanked the members of the old council for the support they had ahvayg given him, and ex- tended his best wishes to the new council just, coming In, which will probably be the last council which will ever sit lo administer tlie affairs of He also thanked those of Ihe aldermen-elect had visited them thai, day, and hoped they 'would je on hand to talte up the discussion of the new city charier Jn Hie even- ing. Aid-elect McCumbly replied, thank- inp the mayor n.nd council [or Lhe courtesies extended to them, and enid they would endeavor 10 be on band- Some good -news was read at the meeting when a LelegTinn to Die man- ager of the Hank of Nova Scotia from Ibe Slimson Co. Ltd. with reference lo the bonds was laid on tlie table. The wire said thai Hip company's so- licitors had approved of Ihe bonds, ami asked I hat they be shipped to London on Dec. 27th. Some discus-j Eion took place .as io how the cit should be financed in [he meantime, but ihis was llnally left lo Chairman Mov.inan of the finance commHtec lo arrange with (he hanks. The Iron Works byiaw wns given s third reading, and will be exempt from taxation in H'l.S iirovidod tln'y carry out their conditions of the con- tract. PACIFIC Excursion Fares Pacific Coast Points Fare Plus For the Round Trip to and New Westminster SPECIAL LOW ROUND TRIP FARES LOS ANGELES. SAN DIEGO, SANTA BARBARA AND SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA VIA Sunttle and Pacific Coast Steamship Lines DATES OF SALE December 13, .13, 14, 11112; January 17. IS, 19. 20, and February 11, 13, 1913. RETURN LIMIT APRIL 30, 1913 Liberal Stop-Ovcm For lull piu-liculara apply to local ticket or lo R. G. McrJEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alia, CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS FARE and ONE-THIRD For the Bound Trip Between all stations, Port Arthur to Vancou- ver find 15 ranches. Going dates Dec. 21, 1012. to" Jim. 1, 1913. Finn! return limit, Jan. 1913. For I'urthcr pfirliculars apply to nearest agent or to K.G.Mt-Xeillie, Calgary, Altn, Dist. Pas. Agent., It brings Good Luck on Bak- ing dfiy of J perfect baking fJowdar embodied in "Alberta's' Bolt." "Alberta's ii pure, eolutely pure. "Alberta's Bust is pefectfy p from any injurioua to health. "Alberla's Bosl" ii it known by good cooks vour grocer for it tocUy. ft Canadian Pacific Railway rng, N. Y-, tlie rain, Lhe six survivors of the company of suffrRfpLlM marching from New York lo Albjny, bearing a mcss.igr, to Governor pre- pared Lo rcsumo ilicir journey today. Stiffness of .ioiuls and blistered stoically flnnicd yeslcrday. werft moi'uin; Frankly acknowledged by the wonicy when l-licy forlh lo slarl. pcckskill, 12 miles: away, was Llic doslinalion of the, day's ioui'iu-y. TURKISH CRUISER DAMAGED London, Dec. Turkish miij'or MKii.sciKlnli was badly diini- in Lho nnval pngnRnmrni, aRiinril. to a Conslnnllnoplc dt-.spatch io tlio Dally Ttletjrftpli. Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Fare from Lethbridge Minneapolis or St. Paul Dulutli Ciiicag'o, Jjifil.dO Jiansas City CORRESPONDIMG FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 1st to 31st, 1312. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. For further particulwa call on S. E. Mitchtll, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, er write to R. G. (IcNEILLIE, District flsseina- Agent, Calgary. ;