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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JKrljay, December 2tf, J9.12 THE 'LETlIBHIPCiE DAILY HERALD The Evening Luxury HO A T 111 AH CEYLON TEA- Anticipated with delight by all who use it LEAD PACKETS ONLY. BLACK, MIXED OR GREEN. AT ALL GROCERS. HIGHEST AirAHU-sr. J.Ot'M. IWOI. JAMES J. HILL SAYS CONGESTION OF TRAFFIC IS CAUSING HEAVY LOSS New York, Dec. com- merce of the country eau escape dis- aster only by additions to and en largcmentfl at railway de- clared James J. Hill, former president of ttio Great Northern Kail-read, hist night, In u speeph at the anniuil ban- quet of the Railway Business asso- ciation. "When jhe railroad yards are filled with cars that cannot be moved, the railroad loses a portion of its earn- ho said, "but the business man loacg a larger share of his trade, and the working man his employment." Lack of terminal Mr. Hill declared, was the question of finances. Impairment of credit duo to Increased earning power and increas- ed expenses, he said, made it impoa- slblo for the railroads to borrow oy advantaReonsly, and build tliese necessary terminals. "The r.'illroiula should bo perinitt- he urged, "to earn and hold a surplus equal to fifty per cent, of tho amount they pay out In dividends to bo held for emergency, and applied to improvement in facilities. The people must realize that regulation must not bo strangulation." Canadian Speaker W. .Mackenzie King, former Canad- ian Minister the only other peaker, discussed "the Canadian plan for preventing and com- pared th0 Erdman Act and the Can- adian law. lie declared that the'lat- providing for Investigation be- fore n labor dispute started, 'was bet- ter able (o prevent a strike former, which can only give publicity after the trouble has begun. At the meeting this afternoon, Geo. A. Post, of.'.New York, was elected president: SOLD PENN'S LETTER London, Dec. letters if Wm. Penn, historical documents nd other papers relating to the traiis- er of land in Pennsylvania, brought 475, at a public sale here today. DIAGEAM OE CELLAE.iST THE LOVE HOME Rochelte Who Robbed French People Forfeits Gets Liberty Paris, indignation' has been aroused llore by the discov- ery that Henri Hochelte, tho banker and promoter, who was twice sentenc- ed for and was out of prison on bail, had disappeared. case involved a sensa- tional parliamentary Investigation, in which 51. Clemenceau, the ex-Premier; M. Lepihe, tho prefect of and other officials, 'were examined. Rochette, by various frauds, ac- cording to the testimony by which he convicted, robbed the French public of savings amounting to He was arrested on .March 23, 190S, but was released on bail. He fought the case by every legal device. His first trial began on July 28, and lie was sentenced to two years' imprisonment. This was quashed on account of legal Irregular- ity. The second trial began on .lily 28, 1912, and he was convicted and sen- tenced to two years' imprisonment. He was again given 'his freedom on bail. Hochette was to have appeared at a hearing sot for yesterday, but he fail- ed to answer the call of his name, being given to understand, it is said', that contrary to his expectations, no leniency would be shown him. It is relieved he wont to England 'with the intention of proceeding to the United States. V The newspapers demand that the most strenuous efforts be made to apprehend him, declaring it to be monstrous that, by forfeiting and keeping out of the way for five years, according to prescriptions, he would be able to return to France and enjoy his plunder unmolested. PEOPLE WHO HAVE CONSCIEN- TIOUS OBJECTIONS CINATION ARE CON. SIDERED Love declared that as he came up the cellar stsirs with the candle he, taw his wife.'s body. This circumstance aroused suspicion, as the body- far back In the excavation ,and the ion says that he was unable to dis- tinguish his mother's body until he was within two feet of.it.. Finest for the Holidays Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Luscious Buy ORANGES by the Youi1 Dealer. No other Christinas Gift Ho Appreciated. WRAPPERS bring Rogenr Famous: Guaranteed Table Silverware. Send your name and full address for free Premium List and Premium Club Plan. California Fruit Growers Exchange 4j 106 KING STREET EAST, CORNER CHURCH. TORONTO, ONT. Calgary, Dec. A. .11. Scott, superintendent of lias taken up the matter of vaccination in the city schools and has addressed the following communication to the board In connection with the letter re- cently received advising the school hoard to have section US of the pro- vincial health act pertaining to vac- cination enforced in all the city, icliools, I bog to make the following recommendations 1. That' notice he issued to all classes in the city eyplaining that vaccination or.nil pupils is required by the provincial health act, anil re- questing the parents of all who Imve not yet been vaccinated to trv to have it done hy, or before, the opening of school on January (i, 1913. 2. instructions lie given to MacOonald iinti Dr. Windsor, the I examining school doctors, on their j next round of inspection beginning in I January, lo send a. special no- lice to the parents of all pupils not then vaccinated explaining the re- quirements of the provincial act am asking that Ihey be complied with without delay. .'1. That all persons who, for rea- sons of health or on account o( con- scientious scruples, do not wish to have their children vaccinated be re- ferred to the medical health officer on the understanding that a permit From him shall he accepted by .the school authorities in lieu of a certi- ficate of vaccination. I.- That word be sent (o every teacher and that it be generally imidp. known thai it is not Hie intention of the school hoard to deprive any chilli in the city of the imvilczo of at- lending school, unless conditions are such as to make the presence of any pupil or pupils a menace to the public healtli. Your Credit Is Good Under our Easiest-in-the-world Credit System, you can have as nice a home as the rich and well-to-do _ The people are "growing wiser as they grow older" and. most, everybody furnishes tlieir home on tins up-l'o-dato plan. It s only a question of getting the best prices.'best terms, and best treat- ment, and people who are posted, tlieir tracks lead to this store Furniture of all kinds can furnish .your home from top to bottom in first class style. Come in and see our splendid stock. You will also find many ideal Xma-s Gifts hero. Carpets There is every advantage "in buying here. We have a large stock and splen- did variety to choose from. Curtains and Draperies Our Drapery Department, where all the newest things in Curtains and Por- tieres are shown, is drawing'the atten- tion of numbers of folks .who are beni; on beautifying their homes. Kitchen Cabinets as well as old established house- keepers should not fail to see oiir display of these useful Cabinets. Xo up-to-date homo, should be without one. Our Prices and Terms are riirlit. Beds When'furnishing your home come and see our line of Bedsteads. Artistic White Enameled Steel Beds, heavy posts and artistically bent head and foot board strong- ly made with brazed joints; they are the easily cleanable kind, cool and com- fortable. J. Pictures Pictures .make good Xmas Gifts, because they are ahvays welcome additions to the fur- nishing of the home. Wo have a splendid collection any of Which will malce an ideal gift. The Story of a Stove There was a young woman who started to bake; Her range wouldn't work though a well known make. She said: "Today I roust hasten And got me a range that, will bake every day." She bought a stove at "This it worked like a charm. And no baking days now fill her with .alarm. If you wish a new range to replace the old, "YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD" for any one of our stoves. Street, Dominion Block Outfitters Phone 1735 LOST PIN Spokane. Dm-. diamonds sot in a horseshoe pin of Bold were lost yesterday afternoon hy .Mrs. Webster. Hoone avenue, wife of the Judge of Ibe Su- perior court., while doinB.her Christ- mas shopping. Mrs. Webster report-, erl 10 tlio police that the pin Is worth I She is of Ibn opinion tho' safety Caleb on flip pin failed tn work find thai -she inst ii at one of Ilip department stores, or at a jeui.-lry store. RADICAL LEGISLATION CARRIED -Melbourne. Dec. constitulion.il amendment bills, which seek to give Parliament power to natiollaHze trusts, control trade and commerce and industrial matters, have passed the Senate by -20 votes to Tile amendments .vili be submitted to a referendum of the people at the Federal election In April. 1 IE licvclstoke, U. 0., Dec. Kilpatrick, lale district superintend-' cot of tbe mountain division of the yiL'.I'.K. and a well known and re- spcctcd resident of British Columbia, has bran endorsed by the Hc.vclstokc V. Central Conservative association [or the appointment of fourth senator from Drilisli Columbia. ON A LEI ALLEGED NAVAL BATTLE SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN RATHER A TRAVESTY I'LYXK UOA.DM KETURtf TO TORONTO A census of.Holland taken in AIII showed a population of K.'iin in one year of 7P.SJS. DIVORCED COUNTESS TO MARRY BOSTON MAN Plttsburg, Dec. will H issued today by Mrs. Charles "Whitney, of Boston, Mass., anouneing the en., gagement of her son, Geoffrey A, Whitney, to Alice Cornelia Thaw, for.' merly Countess of Yarmouth, and sis- ter of Harry Thaw. The date for the wedding has-not been set. but it will probably taki place In tbe spring. Owing to the impossibility of completing asphalt pavements, Toronto has returned to the old method of planking tonic of ks main thoroughfares. The above is one of them completed. Constantinople, Dec. Turk- ish flagship, Kheyrh-Ed-Din llarhar- ossa, which, according to reports from Athens, was practically destroy- ed by Greek .shells during the recent I fight off the Dardanelles Straits, was presented today hy the Sultan of Turkey with the historic flag flown hy the battleship' jiah'imidlch, at the' bombardment of Sebastapol, in 1S5-I. The captain of .the flagship was pre- sented to the Su'ltah'wlid congratulat- ed him and the rest of the Turkish navy on the outcome of the action. It appears that the' Turkish flagship was struck by two Greek shells, but the damage done to the vessel was in- significant, one man on board was killed and eight others wounded. During the so-called the commanders of the Turkish and Creel; fleets exchanged' -pleasantries by wireless telegraphy. The Greek ad- miral telegraphed. "We have occupied the Island of Tenedos, and await your lo which the Tuvkish admiral replied: "Your shells are falling v.-ido., I would recommend you to lake ln-t- filll. I ter aim." l''or I'M n her p.-irlicnlnvs White Swan Yeast Cakes' Record ii'lpplv III IK'lll'CSl, lISJClll 01' Thousands of White Swan Yeast! Cakes have been sold in Camilla witli-j out a single complaint. Can llie same] lie said about other brands? Sold in packages of ti Cakes for Send j for free sample. White Swan Spices I Cereals, Uniitiid, Toronto, Out. 01 CANADIAN PACIFIC: CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS FARE and ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip Bet-ween nil stations, Port Arthur to Vancou- ver and Branches. Going dales .Dee. I. Finn I n 21, n liniil, Jan, R.G. iVU'Neillic, Calgary, Disl. Pas, Agent., ;