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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1913 THE LBTHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE BLUE RIBBON TEA Is essentially the Tea for all classes of people. Its wide proves Us line quality. Southern Alberla Land Co. Ex- pect Available for use in 1915 Send this Advertltemertt with 25 cent> to Blue Ribbon, Limited tlie Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for ute In Western Canada. Write name and iddrMs plainly. NHfFNE SF1PIKI DISSATISFACTION OVER CHANGE HOWEVER, HAS BEEN N FORCE FOR "SOME TIME A'cup of wiih an Oxo Cube but cents, but tlie er.eigy, the of hnndj by dollifa. -.Tinsof 4, IA 50 a'ad too Cubev (Canadian Following the intimation nude a .couple ol months ago tbe Southern Alberta I. ami Company, Ltd.', lias i now. ifcsued a general leport ou' the [opeiatiofls of tbe company to date, based on laloEinalton received' on 1st Instant from Mr. D. W. Hays, flic chief engineer. This report is Inlended to serve as the basis for Iiiliirb re- poets which the board proposes'to" is- lue from time to time. A map, illus- trating the report, is in course, ol preparation, and will be forwarded to shareholders as soon as local management have beea" ing data, and will subtnit to. .the board in due course final estimates lor the completion ol the work.- The worta are proceeding satisfactorily. Surveys have bwn conducted Three special lot the benefit of those attentmg mid- be-asked there would have been pro- vision made for U, ami no hard feel- ings would have VusTJcd. 'As it was, quite a number of 3 I outlying points likt MEW YORK GIRL THOUGHT SHE'only the five :'rtnls which they i-1 houzht sufiicfc n t- lor 'De- posed fo rommenpc the construction' of lateral diUhes during thft early WOULD.REACH HIM NEAR NORTH POLE However, no or.e.was putoff the had rigalion of' 1 acres may be available during 1915. The company has liorcd seven gas wells. Gas has been found in two oi purpose. the ihmand created a certain amount Ottawa, pec. Miss Hen-'man o! the street railway committee, riclta H. lieming, of No. o McDoug- speaking to Jay regretted: il any one all avenue, New York City, had evi- injured through misunderstatid- dently heard that Stclansscn, the ing. The council over a yctr ago de- Arclic is now the elded that alter midnight double tare jiortii pole ami would lise meeting would be charged it- is customary that dynamo of goou ..cheer, Santa even in sotne cities where an Clcus, and as she and her brothers all night The cars go into needed a lew things lor Christmas, the tarn here at 12 o'clock anil Joe she thought il would help some- if any work dpr.e alter lliat hour the Stefansson delivered a letter to Mr. city 'has' to pay. .lime and a hall to Santa Clausi I the men1, and has the extra expense George.D. deputy minister of teeping certain running, ol naval this letter' liowe-icr. no or.c put uu u.j j jch cars, who liadn t the double fare, but nnn Hamilton thought'that tutuie was addressed- to "Santa would he avoided if of StelanEsop, geological the people were to remember that (lie dertaVen afanv it. EQt thisjet- ter win you try'to inaVe-tis {heee things have rot hcen very, good ducing approximately cubii feet per 24 hours, and "the other neat tion of the Bungalow ivhicb. produces cubic feet hours. The well at Suflield, while small, is ample lor any iinihediatc tended to relay part ol the, instal meters and sell the gas to con- sumers from January 1st, 1914. It is hoped that- water may be coming 'summer.1' ITie canal Sj-slem, while probably much too stnaH for the ultimate requirements, can be en- larged without interrupting the1 flow of water, and this work mey.-he'un- time as required. A Few Saturday Specials this we tried' sorr.ttimK. would love a Srain wlth.traets, and Ilill and'.Hall would like .a big rocliing horse. (Bill 'and Itall are 1 want ihat P >an really and. truly'ciiofe on. glad I "have a friend, so. near the north fo'.f. lore from "With love from, "Henrietta." "Dear .Mr.. fMcfansson: It you should happen to sec Santa before he leaves the norlh pole will you pltase give him this letter. "Love, "Henrietta." few who require a car alter midnight The 'entire main banal to'pw-Joublo fare.'.' the south'dam to'tlie western-houiid- ary oi ihc'migated lands will ulli- NEW ZEALAND NAVAL BILL .SUP. 'PORTED STRONGLY BY OP- POSITION TOO London, Dec. Arthur My- ers, a me'mber o! the New Zealand I'arliarncQt and the immediate prede- cessor, of Col. Allen in the office of Minister ol Defence, at present U England, states that Col. Alien has It was learned Ejrcri considerable lime to the study this morning that Hoa. Clifford Stlton imperial defence'and always while nnj .Mr. John Bain, of Slfton, nain opposition showed'himself capable SIFTON AND Ottawa, Dec, BAIN SEPARATE (..'o., havo by mutual agreement, di solved Iiarlnerfhlp. It was said In regard to this'that Mr. Bain is simply retiring, from business, for the nre- senl at any. rate. County Judge .Wind- ol taking a-wide outlook. No doubt the present government, In their view that Sew .Zealand should possess 'a fleet unit of her own, however 'small the was actuated by a desire to foster a national spirit. There might- be difler- nafely require enlarging. flevelop- inent-bf irrigated land iK.sIfjw, and until such time as Ihe irrigation will actually "require the increased lity'of is proposed'! to'.Otil-. ise the present constructed ditch. as far as possible. By the of 'ex- cavators or floating dredges Jt' will tie ppssimc to make any.enlargements in the luture in an -economical 'man- ler. It is intended .during ing year to construct a lateral sys- tem of or acres to eiter.d from this as the demand for1 irrigated land may require. sor, gave dirty men wjm an- cr.ccs of opinion'in Xcw Zealand up- reared beforo him on judgment siim-lon methods but-ihere.was upon Em- lliird mons a Christmas dismissal. the primary importance to the pire of supremacy at The rescnlatives ty 3S votes to la. opposition generally approved ol the squadron passing automatically Ihe control of the'Admiralty in Doo't KtKet diMt tod gomi all JTOLI home M oftct ta frtlhcf duitri il lha Moiitai eJicert clotTi of tKe oil TTICB jwt UNUSUAL CONDITIONS IN LAST TESTAMENT OF FATHER BROPHY Toronto, Deo order was yes- terday granted to the Toronto Genera Trusts Corporation that Uio casa'p: the wjll of the Inle' Father-Ceofp Urophy, C.D.D., of Kingston, he trans O r Toeertd Every ol (hut wiil Kick to tXc cloib. Not AM ipcfk fTy Mouad to kWVKwWe tltt, OWM ChiHlcM Owtnic HIM Ae Tile about i ol j'Acd cf cheew cloth. il urK 3-in. oil. let it 'Jl tlii oil liMpe rl. Then you h o reading !n the present House of from the Surrogate Court o Pronlenac to the Supreme C'oilrt o Ontario. Tho estate is valued. a nnd Catherine Mahonef, si- the deceased, claims that th Sato" prlesl was'm eh I ally dcllejent' a the time the will was drawn Th General Cornoralloi! li-bre pointed adminlslrators of the ettate. In tbo nill the priezi Mk'ed that 6m balmlng fluid be not used upon hi boily. He alto asked that inscription ho placed on tho tour sides of Oic fam iiy to he "Greeted ovec hi sraco, his fnthor'e inscription., to h on the east, his mother's on tfte go'Jll his sister's on Iho norlh, and his on tho west; Remarkable .Mrs! Mahoney la to receive 4'5 year Jurlrig hef life. After bequeath AI mm Dec.- 21. A telegram ", X. S., nnnounc- the death, ader a short illness, at Ihe age of 59 of lion. .1. X. Armstrong, n member of the legisla- a lawyer, and n munlcipaf officer! U'oplly nsks ttlat lho rcM" are continuing our Holiday Sale which has so revolutionized values in the city. Heaps of irresistible bar- gains' still await you, and you had better make a special trip to our store on Saturday and see the wonderful buying power of your dollars ______ EXAMINE THE FOLLOWING SAMPLE-VALUES 29c 75c For Ladies SATEfeN UNDERSKIRTS Regular for TOP SKIRTS of go French Cloth, ren. FASCINATING JAPANESE CREPE KIMONAS Regular 51.50 for FELT BOOTS OF HIGH MERIT. Regular .for................ KO3 RIBBED VESTS In all ilzet 4 Q _ Regular 50c for........ -I3C ALL WOOL BLANKETS, weight 7 Poundi, Rtgulir SB.OO tO QC 89c For Men PANTS cf style and merit Reg. for......... SHIRTS, roomy Strong, regular' for ALL UNDERWEAR of high Merit, .Rejular JtCjjn FELT BOOTS In a variety of fine Regular J2.75 ft (or I................ 1 'HEN'S OVERCOATS with fine reverilble collar. Reg, CO QC for.......... BOYS'. OVERCOATS with fine re- vercible collar Reg. 36.00 for HUNDREDS OF OTHER EQUALLY WONDERFUL VALUES. N. B. Carfare refunded from louth tide on purchases over 51.00. in T i9 r Alberta Iraqmg to '418 13th Street North WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL MERCHANTS Lethbridge, Alia. :Last Christinas Mail. From Great Britain Showing a Tremendous Load of Mail'ori the Olympic, Bound for Canada, via United States n: the church, I believe that a major- ly of. them are. haughty, overheahng and tyrannicaX( some to a shocking degree, ind H'hai been ray molt afd- eni. desire for years In my Ufa o prevent as' far ai 1 could wlial I be< tho'wonit 30, 1S31, and served with' th'e Indian Medical Service during .the Great Mutiny of 1S53-18C3. He was Con Borvatlvo M. P. for the Reljafe divis- If these 'cannot legally b made, the Mks his nioher to Je tirned over to the Provincial gov- ernment to be uied 'amqtift the )uiia; tlo aeriuDis 'esliblUhmenU tho deaf and dumb. for Toronto, :Dec. appoint- ment has been gazetted' by the On- tario, government of II. I-ew- Ijalleybury, to bs Rejlslrar 6f eds-ln tbe' Provincial' District of THF; WHIRLPOOL- or DKiisTK one'oMhc members of the Cominion commission the presidency ol Dr. under Kohcrt- visited Europe'.several years a (o study technical education. 0 BANK CLERK KILLED Humbohll, Dec. :llnson, aged in, a native of Csatle !ork, Ireland, Junior, wllh tho Dank cf Commerce today tram Injuries sustslncd In a railway cross- j Ins accident on Mor.rlny. Sllnson 'was crossing in front of a car, which mov- ed and threw Mm under the wheels. of Iho CEtAte he Invested In'.Recurt lies and thfe money may riot he touch-- cd for twenty-ones years when a sum Is to bo divided among the priests of Toronto for (ho bonclit of any whom the may have'wrong- ed in his dealings, and 13 fo bo. anmii-lly to unfortunate liomaii Catholic priest In Ontario who has been cast out or debarred by the church. Tho God forbid that this would give any encouragement -to -Insniiordinatlon, or scandal In iho churcli. WJiilc there are lust binhopi An'flblc huslneeg roan who looV the NeRlYTreafmerit'liBt year says' "Tbe tlme'requlrfd frcm Hie first cocktail dream to tho last of short tho from'.the oufor edge 6f Iho of tlriiik to. Its awful vortex In whlcti thousands Cf'fncn are lost forever." through the Neal Treatment ariy drinking rann can ba rescued In Hires days from Ire cntlclnf and al- luring path vrhlch leads- to wrecked buitiKaa, ruined homes, etc. The Nwl- Treatment Is a purely Vegetable remedy taken Internally wlilch 'Kjaves N'o .hypodcimlc nuked. Csi: or wrlto (or full Information, bad after effects. are re (25 Thirteenth Avenue Calgary, Phone W. place yesterday of Sir John Trevor, SOME LADIES' SMART SUITS FOR CANADIAN OUTDOOR AUT03 IN USE IN CANADA OUawa, IJec. to statement in the weekly report of the. department of trade and commerce regardiug tlie number of motor cars In use In certain countries, the follow- ing is the number of motor cars in Canada, the Ontario and Saskatche- wan figures, including commercial chicles: Prince Edward Island, 25; Novq Scolia, H42; N'ew Itrnnswiek, S30; Juebcc, 4SI3; Ontario, Manl- loua, 4975; Saskatchewan, C400; A1-. bcrla, 3435; Urilish Columliia, 6351; total, To Restore" Good health Tho first thing to do is to cor- rect the minor ailments causpd by d cfective or i rregBlar action of the organs of digestipri and elimination. After these or- J gans have been put in good working order by timely use of BEECHAM'S PILLS eporl3 in suptrior quality eminently; r.uitaMo for sW-Ing, totjoganlng.'and statjng, hMnj light in weight ami thoroughly proof. In the soft, natural ollvo shade can aho be made in a few ciiarming colorings, whlcli look s6 attractive cut lined against His ,'th.ow. (h) TMK "KNOCKAIIOliT" tailor- made. fimiijn'Jn 'effect, made in dyed wool friezes, Ecrviceible tor golf, skating, country or general better digestion results, and 'then the food really r.oiiristies arid tlrengthcnj (ho body. Tho first dose, gives relief and sounder sleep, quieter nerves, and improved action of all tho bodily organs ore caused by an occasional use, of Bcecham'3 Pills. They givo universal eatisfac- tion and in safely, bareness and tjuickncssof action _.. Known Equal JaU, ;