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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Jjiiirsrtiiy, December 1912 THE LETIIKRIDGE ITEHALT) StNorth Pago IS e Keynote of There are various ways of gaining it. This market has gained it by handling nothing hut.the. host grades of all kinds-of rneats, and Poultry. Catering t0 a class of; pcoplcTthat depends, on tho host' that' the market all'ords, we strive to always please them. Honest goods' and honest prices has gained us the title of the "Success Market" With the near approach of XMAS; you are -probably wondering for your Gliristinnis We know, it's a hard prop- whiit to Homo want TURKEYS, others ESS. while there are sonic who prefer a nice tender Boast, XO MATTEfi want wo HAVE. If you can call.and look our stuck over, we shall he pleased to see while cannot call .1 list use Hie Phone. 4VII us what you want and we wiH guarantee to give yon satisfaction. WE DELIVEK TO ANY PART OF'THE CITY. Consisting of Dry Goods inilinory, Gents' Boots. Shoes STOCK (..'LEAN AND FRES.IT Hood Investment. .For fur particulars apply 420-13tli St. rsoes Lethiii-idg-e, Alta. INSPIRED CONFIDENCE VESTOR WHO LOST EVEN HIS HOME IN -IN- Hugh Guthrie Challenges Premier Borden to Ap- peal to Country .HOUSE ADJOURNS !t is All Over; Now Until After the Christmas Holidays Are Past (W. A. Report) Ottawa, Dee. stiung speech f favor of Premier Hurdi-n's naval proposals, by Hon. George Foster and a challenge to the p.o-. eminent j from Hugh Ciuihrie io dissolve j liainent and go to the country on tiie issue, marked the final sitting of the i I house of commons before the Christ- i imas holidays. It was a short Weil- j. f ncsday sitting, beginning at tvvolj j o'clock. Mr. Foster on his feet 'shortly after the hpuse tn'it'aml did not finish until ten minutes after live. As Mr. Guthrie could not eon- elude hefore six, when under the rules, the house rises on he threw out his challenge and mov- ed the adjournment of tiie debate. I He will he the first speaker when it resumes in January. Mr. Foster was in line form ami was never more successful, in irous- I ing the enthusiasm of the Conserva- tives, all of whom, were in their, places to give vent to their enthus- iasm when he marie his points. The galleries were well lillccl, al-. though the congestion .was not so great as when Premier Borden and Sir Wilfrid Laurier spoke. Sir. Foster reviewed Hie history of the naval controversy, skilfully ana- lyzed the admiralty memorandum and replied in detail to many of the ar- j gumcnts advanced by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Gco. P. Graham and fir. Michael Clarke. He, said the tion was one o.f stupendous import- ance that tiie proposed; contribution of dreadnoughts reprcs-etiterl only one part of the government naval pol- icy would be brought ripv.-n in due course. He particularized the proposals as being impracticable <6 meet-the present emergency, and were designed with the idea" of' constitut- ing a platform on which the part-.- I hoped to 'climh back to- power. Mr. Foster described .vibe condi- tions in Europe as lic'ing such that Great Britain might be called upon at Miy time to light for her very ex- istence. He assured Ihe house that tile government was in the posses- sion of other which, justified its policy. Sir. Foster THE WILSON FURNITURE CO. 416 13th STREET NORTH s GIFTS NNOUNCEMENT Wo arc now in our new premises and wo have a most complete lino of Furniture, including Qimrtcre'd Oak Bullets, Dressers and Stands, M'tonsion Tables, Dmors, Tables, Bookers of all- kinds and styles, Parlor Suites, Couches, in voJour and many oilier'lines. House carry a full assortment in this line, in- cluding Blankets, Sheets, Comforters, Pillows, Pillow Slips, Lace Curtains by the yard and pair; Scrims, Bungalow Jvet in white'cream- Ecru and Arab'shades-; white and grey by the yard: Bur'- eau Covers, Couch Covers, Sideboard Scarfs, Cushion Covers Gush- ion Forms, Cretonnes, Fancy Sateens, Art Muslins, etc., etc' Pure Linen Table Cloths-and JNapkins, Eiderdown Comforters in a variety of designs and colors; most suitable for a Xmas Crifi. We also carry a large range of Carpet- Squares, including Axminster, Velvet, Brussels, English Tapestry in all sizes. -A laro-e assortment and Mats always in stock. We also have Crock- ery, Glassware and Hand Painted China. Special have been so busy that we have been unable to deliver our orders to our large number of customers as promptly as we promised and if we are a little late with your order, please have a lit-lc' patience. We have increased our staff and we are doing our .best to please you. Our phone is at your service, USE IT, the number is 1023. WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Mew Tort, Dec. John- cue. ams a son, of Uockford, III., who described storm of applause. Then Hugh Giith- himselt as a took the rie arose and said that i[ the mat- witness stand for the government to- ter, was so important the most sat- day and told he had lost not on- i.sfactory solution would be an app-al ly his life savings, but the home he to the country. The proposal owned, by the stocks promoted by cheered ty the members to the left A. L. and company. I of. the speaker A. L. Wisner and John Myers The house rosi Pi-eiiminary (.'.-ntcr the opening of the are on trial, charged with using'the p.m trails to defraud. p "I first read of A. L. Wisner ami "lc opening of (hi; the company, in the 'Mining j Premier presented the report of Sir said the witness. "H was sairl their George Murray on his investigation stocks were big dividend payers and t'lc civil service. Mr. Borden it was impossible to lose. I explained .is the time of Sir George to San Francisco, where the main i Murray in Canada was limited, tho I offices were and saw John J. Myers, "f his inquiry not been I their agent. He looked me straight "'niton, hut he had discharged liis in the eye-and said I could not duties with energy ,-ml industry, ami; sibly lose. 'After he looked me in marked ability should render the! eye, I had confidence in him and gave Mm all the money I had." "rged to buy more stock, Johnson i described how agents for the driend- IIASDWAKEMEN, ETC. We have just received a shipment of skates in different sixes and shapes, and you will do well. (o. come and look oyr si nek over before buying any where else. They manufac- tured of the finest steel.'and the prices.arc most reasonable. STOVES AND RANGES them.infill raakos, boili large and small, nt attrnotivfi prices. Our slorc in jusl across On: (rack. X. anls gave him in cash for his iiomc, valued at and the rest in stock. They the house and finally induced him to invest the S3 report of great service to parliament and io the country. Major Currie introduced his bill to amend the naturalixiilion net. Qv a f t i O C OO i 11 CO Have YOU Decided Berlin, Dec. the German group of the- slx-Pow.. Chinese lor.n svndicute had pledged itself to raiec between now and tho end of Ihe year. It is admitted thai, tho raising of the monoy in the German inafkot which only recently was called upot: to talto up of a Hungarian is liiiug accoraollsa. ed. with seme difficulty. The spectre of a European war, !n consequence of the Austro-Russian- Serviaa situation, continues to cause anxiety in tho financial world. The bill propiisjs thai aliens must be able to speak- eillicr French or j English an.'l must iv-rcswear all alle- giance to any foreign country, He it explained that was similar to j t the American system. !g Mr. Vcrviile infri'duceil a bill to amend the Lord's Day :icl. It pro- vides (hat musicians may play on Sunday, a practice whir-h" had'led to recent prosecutions in Winnipeg. also provides one hnlirhiv a week for cooks nnd waiters in holds and res- taurants. The minister nf (lie interior, in nn- leai-ued thai' aver (o a iiues'inn by [Ion. Fran1; Olivcr, stated that it'hul beeii de- cided Io further evlnn! the time for selection of .South African scrip lands, at Ir.isl six moidlis and proli-j twelve During the next four days the good old Yuletido Shopping will-be in l'ull_ swings and we want to offer a few suggestions that willjnalcc your Xmas Gift one to be long- remembered, have a is to Vases, selection of Itiiniper -.year Pots of the finest in (live Baskets, iind warranted "her'1 a pair. We have [hem 'in Stands, Candle Sticks years. Ask to sixes have also "the them. r- -rrr-i-w-T. i in up in- Aluminum. PROBABLY AVIATOR'S BODY Itdomlo Beach, C'al., Dec. bcdy. bolfovcd in bo either that of ICcaruoy or Lawrftncc. tho lost, uvint- ors. todny v.-jts foninl on tlio shoro, Him1 mllos .iflutt cl lioro. ablv Gave Hep Good Chance "I went to a dance, and started to drink. Yes, I admit I was It was the first time in my lire." Hucli I E was the story told sbaniuiacedly bv n girl in police court toia moniing. siio was arrc-Eled at an early hour fcr an- ating a disturbance in a local restaur- ant. Magistrate Elton read her a rning and dismissed her, counsell- ing hfi- to sin no more, but (o try to win hack her good name. Her penile- man friend was similarly dealt (vilh. if ho has fi slilt'llefj; a i'd Iiis thai. door. T'oiirse you'll want some Xmas toys. Our line is; complete, We have something- for Ihe Baby and the Boys and Girls. Head I ho list below: Last, hot no! least, Moving Pidiire Machines These machines are a miniature of the ones used by the picture house. They run films just the same as the larger ones. They will keep your boy indoors these winter even- ings. ASK TO SEE THEM DOLLS HUMMING TOPS MECHANICAL TOYS CHILDREN'S TEA SETS BABY RATTLES, TOY BANJOS ENGINES DRUMS GUNS ANL) TARGETS DOMINOES FLYING MACHINES MAGIC LANTERNS 524 13th St. N, Phone 1223 ;