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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta December THE PageS MOUNT HOYAL COLLEGE; CALtiAltY 1 i i nrul day cullugo tiir lioys and swing niou, girl" and younjt woinoti. Now building wiulpiwd atld'furnlsll- (Hi In mow lll> to dale manner. Full or ipeclHlly qualified 'unil experienced leuchers. Commercial, Shorthand and Typewriting, ConKorvatory uf Music, Expregiiloii mid Culture. Alao Special Student's 'prepared'.lac matriculation unil Icacliors' cortlflcsteii. For terms ami particulars; apply to REV. C. W. KERBY, B.A., Principal. HOD. A. J. McLean to be Minister Mancipalilies (Continued Montreal Will put all Wires Underground (Continued from Front Tho huuse tlicii went into uummit- of Ilic wiio'lb OIL the towns It, Bay hi in spcutting on the providing foi; tliu election of- mayor and council 'urged mayor lie. cliosrn nwnibcrs of i'lifc council from their .number. This-' iviis discussed some length, tiufc Hie opinion oi. the majprity was 'in favoc of the'holding, of the ek'efimiN as 'in LOCAL IllJDGET Tho Woodmen of llic. World will hold n' jtuuUiig on Thursday evening a'lj iti the Oddfellows Unil for flit; purpose, of eteuthig oHiocrs for tliu next jTar, AH'mt'nitiurs arc romu wl to IKJ on liuwl. Tin: following oflci'rs have been for the lodge of the CaniuMan of FoixisU'rK, viz.': Chief Itutifior, U. Vice Chief, Bio. HmithwiviUj'; Financial Secretary, Uro. A.- Neidig Itt'coni? ing Secretary, Bro. Slmw lain, Hro. T.. Hrp. Welsh, Senior Woodward, liro; Miner. Junior Woodward, Uro; .Needs.; Senior .Beadle, Uro. Pulley Junior Beadle, Bro. Barter Treasur- er, Uro. Kellas Two Guards, Bros. Uryaut and Murkc Trustees, Bros. t'Xiiiimonti, Gibbons ami Llro. as appointed Past Chief iliould bo HmiLmi, lUt. Michener wife' m- favor of .cu.Uiitg.. down-tbe terni of "twenty years to" ten II. Boyle suggested lf> years ami iSiMr. accepted. A tier con K idem. Han for some time the members decided Lo accept the twenty year .term. -a The short, woi'k of tlic clauses' pVo'viiJ'lrig' fbi' exeriiption, front .'fpX'.l-, periwl than one.year.except to niihvay com- panies and- for making loanh or granting bonuses.'--Both.were struuk out, the members' being of the opin- 'ion that towns should not be subject, .io this regard. 'At the Rvening se-ssion ,iu addition Lo other' 'ttie.a- Ktires were given second readings. mclu'Jed >a .hill providing i'or tho .of Kdi'iouton and 'athconav which brings u union iit- 16 force on March 1. The hill tn amend the medical pro- fession act- bribing osteopathy under the jurisdiction of the medical coun- cil received brief consideration.- and will he taken up-' tomorrow, when the bill in-amended form repre- senting a compromise will be ducod. The amended act provides that all medical examinations shall conducted by the univerKly on be- of the medical council, The council-will have .representation, on tho university senate-and they will appoint an osteopathist, to see papers and examine, candidates for .entrance tfr this profession. There- :ire-indications that the 'biH'cven.'iu its. amended form will meet with some, opposition. The Cook Supply Thiil the diun cook is at> iinixirUnt. its-heallh, i (3UK if not'more so, ,is basis of a Kynger. el suit, shortly; tried in this! A case of shoplifting occurred in Co.'s store last Sat-ur- iglit Anting the crush, that was attended by co'nsidernble' nerve, tbfc thief returning the article on Monday to have same exchanged. A number o[ the stores are putting on I'luiu clothes detectives for Saturday ,if- el suit men m lius A casi t-ilym behalf of: achieved notoriety' here three years' the Health Dupai'tnicnti on thu unique charje that she IK n "chronic germ'carrier." Typhoid Mtiry-'s name ..comes ''from tht' fact thai about'four yea'rs; ago a series, of typhoid, eases': ;.iu' in which, sho. worked as cook- led the health authorities to conclude that she was the -transmitter of the germs causing. Uiu sickness. AHhougli slie had never sulTcred from any cou- liigious a result., Keeluded three', slie brought, suit tbo-city Store ppen urday Nights Agents for UdieV Home Journal Patterns evening. joining the Y.M.U.A., 'it' jJectcd, he opened on the evening 6i j Dec. 29, by a grand banquet under th'e auspices of the local organization. Tlw, opening of the new building will' coniinoniorate the anniversary; of vthe order in this cfty. 1 gal detention; The gravity of V city'.'.VisJting friend's, go case, in view Of the present difficulty after the Christ-mas vaca- of securing domestic servants is for tlle purpose of securing pointed out'by Mary's lawyer, who at-fiues Hint if the HoaVd uf Health eral photos of mountain winter scenes. can act in a .similar manner in the The Ancient Order of Foresters case of any person who is alleged to Court Star Lodge 8095, -gave (a it can; Rut jail thousands of -cooks who have banqiuet and smoker last niglit at the .Oddfqllows Hull winch'-drew a large, typhoid, since "evidences of this dis- Chief Hanger A. E. ease remain in the rystcm long after! presided and everything during 1he recovery, (and thus put tho coo-t in- dustry out o[ business. In view 01" t-hJs opinion it becomes far less ini- portaht M'hether or not- Typhoid Mnryi recovers as comparedf to how the restiH; of tJit trial will foot the cook supply of the country, :As the starting point and center pf! was secured injured n: leciurp. toiirs; ,Montreal Ijas.rproba'blj-'' ttnded, all rigb on-.more, nnij Ktraii'r gcr suiijects t'lla'n any olhcc'cily in. Canada. In fact it has been gener- ally believed that there was no sub- ject, however unique, concerning which it had: not been talked to. many of these, subjects in the past, they become' evening went, with machine-littu 1 smoothness, with the result that tho enjoyment was general. A. Clanau, a painter, employed on the new Sons of England hall yes- terday fell from a Lwelvu-ioot scif- fold wliile (Working there, .Medical aid nan ii't- .ght dayjci: C; H. Jett, formerly of Lei-lib ridge antl Taber, aiTiyed in thi! city this morning from Calgary, where he is now located. Retiring ;Alayor Adams iviil be fchs At Rylands Co., Macdonald; Block ONLY 4 days more before the great Christian holiday and we have been preparing a carnival of bargains for you unequalled in Lethbridge. Owing to the large crowd of shoppers Monday after- 3 noon many could not be waited .upon al- though cash registers have been put in, and every convenience to facilitate quick service. Cbrne. again, in the forenoon if you can, but come anyway, the values are worth while. Suggestions for Presents. Ladies' Fur-lined Coats; Ladies' Muffs, Mink and Sable Ladies' Fur Throws and Stoles Silk a beautiful new shipment just to hand. Vancouver. Vice-President 13os- trorth, who is in .the announc- es that the C.P.R, will spend mil- lions improving its terminal Jacilities acre.' Our Xmas Hampers No. 57 uufli) 1 Hudion'i Braudy 1 Hurfton'c Bay Demerara Rum 2 bottlen Hudlon'i Biy 5-year-old Rye 1 bottle 9iy Tom Gin 1 bottle Hudton'i liy Claret 1 Hudion'i Niagara Port 1 bottle HudMn'i Buy Malt Wblik'ejr :c 1 bottle Niagara 1 botUe HudMn'i Bay Old London Dock Port.' 1 bottle HudMn'i Biy Old Highland Scotch 1 bottle. Stono'i.BriUih Qingsf Wine 12 bpttlei. Hudson's Bay Co. commonplace when compared 10 ono which is soon to be given hero. The i person to Deliver it is a former olfi- cjabhanginiin of'the British .Isles aiid the topic on which he will lecture bears the somewhat gruesome title of "Uritons I havo hanged." "Having officiated as assistant and later as chief hangman al; nflictions of capital punishment, th'e ox-pfficial evidently feels well qualified :lo talk of his profession. Curiously enough he iVcxtremvly mild antl gently, a'nd I characterizes execution' by electricity as horrible. "Perhaps this is a mat- ter of professional pnnii "since it is honor guest, and Mayor-elect with Messrs. Naismith, Burns and JJowner, will be the ev- ening in the 'banquet room -of ,tha Lcthbridge-hotelrat ;an informal ban- to be tetidcrpd .tiiehi -.the members of the retiring council head-! the heads of tlic various civic de- ipartments. .Mr., Hatch will preside, find a very sumptuous 'affair is c.v- pectc'd. R. P. Wallace, clerk of. the Su- prcme Court, left Saturday-for his homo in Coaticook, Que., whore he will spend the Christmas season with his parents. He will be absent for Handkerchiefs; special lino embroidered at, each Onv Side of Kid in the past at 9oo has, been a record break- er; better values than ever go on sale Wed- nesday luoniirio; ai, 95c Meii's Liiiiui Wool Hose Australian re- gular 3 pairs for go on sale Wednes- day at, pair -25C j Wool Boas for children, regular 60c, Holiday Bale........45 C Our Coats and Suits are go'ing fnsl; some ex- cellent bargains, still left in sizes 34, 36 and 38, values up clearing at your; selecting Xmas presents- We stock the world famous remember How acceptable a pair of Fownes', and Dent's makes. Every pair good gloves are .and they can be ex- guaranteed, the "money back if you say changed-jf not the size. so kind. that none of the persons nfeouL three weeks. I whom he assisted tout- of the world ever suffered the least pain, so skil- Mju'sted. it jvas only because of the is'iscovcry 'that two of the persons he hanged were The, last meeting of ille coun- cil will he lisld this afternoon when biismcss .for, the. year. ._ will hu j completed. Mayor Adams 'will then take his chair home with him, this later found be innocent that cans-ihcin? the usual custom. A new chair ed tho official to the work in Mayer-elect Hatch has been order-I'ji which he took-such prltic.'That there! etl and arrive before Hlw first seemed lo be little aversion' to meeting 2. joh, however, is shown by ilia fact) A- Undersoil, of Seventh Aye., I that there .were JTOOO: L appHcai-ions-; S-- accompanied by Anderson __________________ .for miidi interest anr' -.yesterday after-.' Montreal will'.inke in the of'; fdl" WAS GENTLEMAN British hanginen is 'doirfi'tful, although sPtntl tflG at Los Angles. At the subject-'will floubtless attract the morbid. RYLANDS CO. Macdonald Block i ITALIAN; OCCUPY' OASIS Tripoli, Dec. oasia of Gan- aauar which. Is about 12 ;milei fo the wett of tb'o-town of Tripoli'aiia Is poisd of a number of villages wna' without realBtance today by an Italian coluinn composed of of allnmas. j OF THE OLD SCHOOL were joined hy Mr. .and I .London, Dec. George Birr- Mrs. J. n. Milligaii; o'f Purple "tee Peacock is dead at his real- Springs, the party proceeding to (lence at the vHlage of Delaware, 12 coast, nnd thence south to California. mile3 from tllis He was P. I-und, one of the most prominent tho ''ouse in whioh ho diod' THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMENCE INfTALLtO IN THEW YAOJ.T A NHT OF SAFETY DEPOST BOXES of-1'tho H. C. lumber dealers, the city, today from .Wardner' W.'B. Powell, president of'ihe dis-' IF VOO JUVt ANY PEEPS. INSURANCE POLICIES, OB OTHER VALUABLES during 'the '75 years and six months of liis lli'G-timo he had never spent a night away from home, had never train, street car or an tnct executive ot tlic lj. M. W. of tomoWle. arrived jn (he city this morning from Colema-i to att'rnd Hie meeting of tlie conmiissirn recrnUy appointed to set- tle the few remaining points of dif- ference between the miners and the operators. 1OTT INOULB mm LODOBO IN ONI OP THEM BOHt ATMH TO Lethbridge Brarrh C G. L Nourse. Mgr. FERNIEHOME I'REY TORRE to the Kcrnio, 11. C., Deb. tjvo story house' tjclonjing to Krcd Uick, Fcrnie, was com- pletely destroyed by lire tonight at o'clock., Mr. Dick, is out of town ami Mrs. Dick and Mrs. Billings had left hut. a few minutes before to go In (lie picture show up town. The cause-of the fire is unknown. I'Venk O'ICcane, formerly of wn died suddenly on tho Flips of his icdglng liouif In Winnipeg. The Lethbridge Messenger Service jj has changed hand.'! Anil is iti a, hotter position than over to give prompt and careful 'aUcnttoii lo all, or- ders. Baggage culled for and de- livered. Call- our messengers quick messages, for havo opened an exchis- ivc LADIES' DEPT. in con- nection with our SHINING PARLOR. Wlion yon want to get there (Iiiiok (oitra wagon'to handle' Xnma PHONE 666 k CAN SMOKE WHEN IN COMMITTEE LEGISLATJV EM EMBERS OVER- RULED RULING OF CHAIRMAN BOVD AT EDMONTON Dec. the timc-honorc-d unwritten princijilc of the cotistittilion of tlie as- right, of- incmteis to smoke in vindicated, as the supremacy of the .British house of commons in .matters of nil- ancc went unchallenged until the ,pccrs were inlrepid enough Lluow out a budget. At ycsfc'rday's sitting' of the committee uf on the .rural municipalities hill "the chair-, inan, John U. Boyle, ruled that hci'c must be no smoScIng EQ long ns lio presided. The sturiu oi i-rdtiist was against the house anil gave his famous ruling. On allVskles there was a storm .of disapproval. Mcinbew .declared that if i-hcy expected to wrestle with thg, tcchnicalit'cs of a 352 clause hill, for hours every day, they should be granted privileges. The attorney general rose to remark that the legislative chamber ii high and that smo'-ing could in- commode nobody, and that although he did not wish to smo'te himself he could see no objection to tho prac- tice. A member mnvptl'that tho-prin- p.'.be granted, tlie niotion was in- formally carried, and remarking that, bis onlv desire Imd been to carry out riles of the he him- self, Ilie Uic will of the pvenyhelming majority. Montreal Sir Thomas Upton heads' a British syndicate., which: baa secuied mineral leases la Newfoundland. ThQiJtaiiiis Now Use Thb Low-CostjCough Syrup A FtrnDy Supply for We, Sivln0 You Qulehett, Thlnfl You Ever or Refunded. NEW SUPERINTENDENT AT CALGARY M.. Bos- wort ir, C.' P. K. vice president, today with which tho ruling greeted announced the appointment of the foi- led its withdrawal. lowing the telegraph Ind-iirect'ly Peter Otinn, the member IGT LP.C Sto rcEjjjinsiiilc enj at to; be for Urn unexpected .thallcnging aiiperin- the "Halil lo'smoke." It was he indent at. Vancouver to be euporln- who, facrtfouslv. first- d Vow. tho, of iMlllan, BuwrlnUmdcn. at Calnry to tfnttoii of th. chainnan. to the lo WIniifpeff. reVlaclng llm memhcr for Peace Rivcr Jt fait, appointed We.t- hiul Jifihtcd a cigar. .The chairman en, Manager It.-.S. Jenkins; Coons, fcljum-ti iiuickly iiruund the chamber, realized that Ilic practice of smoking formerly of Winnipeg, to tendent-at, Calgary.- Bfompt and positive results hy this Inexpensive couyh.medicine cuxisod it to be used In more tn the U. B, nnd Canada than any other couch ri-mcrtj-. H gives Instant relict, nntS will u-Mi.'iI'r. wipe out moet ob- fitinate. cough Inside'ot ,24 hours, it liz'.i'.y succeeds, ovtn lit ivhoppinj: rough and croup. A Sfj-coni bottle of Plhex, when mixed "'Ith sugar syrup, makes faniHj- tho most :-eR3Anl and effective ccuiijh remedy that fimncy could buy, nt a saving of Easi- ly prepared In flvo airec- tfsns In package. Children take Pinex CoujrH' Syrup wll- linsly, because [t lasiua Rood. U Jntea tho upimHtR, and is slightly laxft- cxcoMeni Splendid for honi-fpncss, throat tickle, bronchitis, otc., and a prompl, successful rsmedy for Incipient June trouble., .Fines is a '.poclai iiighis1 (rated of 'Imported Norway 1'lni; and 14 rich In gui'lft. coi ftnd other-natural'healing plno mftnls. Simply Jt with sugtr lyrup or strained honey, In ft 16-oz. bottit, And It for hag often been Imitated, but nevjr iticccHfully, for will produce tho snnie resnlts, guaranteed to civo absolute or money refunded. Certificate of wrapped .in Youf druggist I'tnex or will tfadlv fftt H ;