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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LirrnmsimJK IIKKAI..U Tuesday, Dmuuhcr 31, BAKING POWDER i rsi CONTAINS NO AL.VJM CONFORMS TO THE HIGH STANDARD OF GILLETT'S GOODS OFFICIAL VOTE IN CLEM STUBBS AND J. O. JONES WERE ONLY ONE VOTE APART HOVA SCOTIA'S PRIDE! Real Atlantic famous ocean flavor Ask a N'ova Scotian. The very thought of that relishing, sea-salty tans PRESENT CONDITION OF MONEY MARKET MAKES IT DIFFI- CULT TO FINANCE Ottawa, Dec. represen- tations have been made to the gov- ernment in favor oi increasing, t.hs subsidy allowed on dry ilo.'Ks. At present the maximum is 'U per cent, on'first class .docks o.nil 3 per cent, on those of the second class. It is claimed that in the present condition iif the money market it is impossiHe- or very difficult to finance pr.opos.ils on tlrs basis and it is suggested that the riitc he raised to 5 per cent. It is understood that. there is 'lit- following Is the official vote 1 in n'fvnt flection of officers for United Mine Workers of America, tricl No. IS: For President C. ritubbs Elmer..................... Spoilt ballots For Vice-Presldent J. O. Joues.................. Geo. WHde Spoilt ballots For Secretary-Treasurer A. J. Carter T. Urown Spoilt ballots Si For Internationa! Board Member, D. Uses 16S! T. G. Harries F. Wheatley Chas. Peacock Spoilt Ballots For Auditors D. Paiou T. France J. Uns worth. John -Makin J. L. Porter Spoilt ballots District Board Member (Sub-District No. 1) J. TV. Gray T. Holbrook................. J. Newman................. Spoilt ballots' (Sub District No. 2) D. H. Hyslcp Jas. Burke Spoilt ballots-----.-----...... (Sub District No. 4) D. Thachuk..........Acclamation London, Dec. up-' on the sentences of the labor dyna- miters in the United States, the Standard this morning says i 'We see with amazement a gang oi flagrant malefactors sentenced to no more severe punishment than seven years' imprisonment for one, six years for "two ami rim majority for shorter terms. "This amounts Jo almost putting a premium on violence and criminal conspiracy." 2S12 1311 60 2SU 123S 2750 1354 -ISO 1507 1334 1137 1-0 12-1 47S CO 539 816 16 ON BOB ROGERS' ASSURANCE .MR.. FOSTER FEELS BETTER Ottawa, Dec. 30. Hon. G. E. Foster was at his office today, following his prob- L recent indisposition. He intends to Saskatoon, Dec. lave been completed for Ihe erection of a new half-million dollar post office here. Work will be commenced in the spring. The building will be located at Twenty-third street and Third avenue. A deputation that visited Ottawa re- cently had the above assurance from the through, the Hon. Robert Rogers. AN IMPORTANT DISPATCH the ability of ilie act being amended to sail for Australia about the middle of maU-'the subsidy -U per cent. Gov-- February to attend the meetings of enimcnl engineers are now at Levis Imperial Trade Commissiou. fixing the evatt- location ot the new j Right Hon. R. L. Bordeu is expected doi'k to lie buiit tliere. J home on Thursday or Friday. X London, Dec., House of Commons today, PTe- mifir Asciulth anouuced that a dispatch was on its way to the Dominions concerning their re- presentations in the ccuncila of the Empire. I free euvlrouuHMiis. Thus a'nationality Country in MagralK Distrid In our mWsi. separ. y j Hto lu but .itnltcil lu n tonimuii Expanding Rapidly-Some Town News Jiasnilh, Dec. terrible mti of the past wct'k has havoc "with tho farmers in this dis- trict, especially with the summer fal- low, which is reportfil to bo blown down to toe bottom ci the plowing. A farmer from the northern part of tlie district states thai ho will bo forced to replow his field to got a seed bed next spring. Other farmers Interviewed reiterate ihte grave asser. lion. The wind has blown more during the last week than it has during the whole of the spring and summer. The html in the Magrath district "was particularly well prepared" for the seed during the ami the soil was line and open. It was an easy prey for the wind, which came with u ven- geance. The country surrounding this own has been almost constantly clouded by a thick pall of dust rising 'rom the plowed fields. Where sheep have been running OEI the land in search of feed, which is the case in uaiiy Instances, the soil is especially susceptible to the wind, and blows reely. j This.winter has demonstrated that continued cultivation is not always j desirable; and it has brought forth an-1 other obstacle 'which must be com-j lated and surmounted. This year has I 11 aii uncommonly good one in the natter of wind, and the high, blustery j weather of the past week is consider- ed remarkable. TRADE "LITTLE "LITTLEDAISY HOSIERY FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN Homesteaders Busy Things arc booming in the. hoine- itead country south of. Magrath, the ipen winter giving the homesteaders opportunity to build their shacks lecently and construct ail needful iitlbuildings. to house their live stock iroperly. What they flced most now s a post otiice and stage service from .lagrath, and if the Dominion govern- ment heeds the memorial which will '0 forwarded to Ottawa soon, they vill get this just convenience by the pring at least. There are sufficient eople in that section to warra'nt the nirnediate establishment of an office, nd it is therefore consistent to pre- ume that the government, will re- eive and act favorably in the matter. Magrath Is proud to own the home- traders as. part ,GI her citfcm'miiip, for they are a fine bunch of fellows. Y Many are educated, and all are indus- trious. Next year will see a great v I transformation staged on what j was a few month's- ago a wild, bleak cattle pasture, where the vast herds of a great corporation roamed unmo- lested. The edict has gone forth, and an- other great range, almost the last of its kind in the province, has given place to the onward'march of civiliza- tion, and will soon be contributing its portion to the golden stream of grain liouring' forth from this last great west. For the most part ers are here to siay. They know that the soil is rich, and that it will jmuso. It Is already evident (hat Al- berta will not be tho loser by her cosmopolitan make-up. Stirred, probably, by persistent rumors of early elections, both Pro- vincial and Dominion, there is an ufldfrcurrent of activity in tho poHtl- cat llfo of the town, fiiuco (ho bye-1 election in the provincial riding politics have fallen Into a leth- j arglc state in Magrath, but a reorgan- ization of the fsi'ces of boih parties may reasonably be expiurU'il within a few weeks. This is nor contradicted by influential men In both parties. The Liberal association Is without a president, the death of the hue F. 11, Turner, u veteran of many battles, causing that vacancy. J. J. Head is vice-president and a meeting will shortly be called for reorganization purposes. Who will take -Mr. Turner's place? This is the question perplex- ing local Liberals. Several names are casually mentioned as likely candi- dates lor the position, but there is nothing definite known thus far. It will be a tliilicuH matter to flint a man to shoulder the leadership 'with as much vigor and ability as Mr. Turner showed, but a young man will probab- ly be elected. The Tories will likely reorganize also. John Bridge, the president of the Conservative club, has been given, a government position, sub-lands ag- thus placing his party activities under a" ban. This is a serious blow to the Tory organization, and they, too, are at a loss to find a capable president and campaign manager. A meeting will be held soon. It is evi- dent that they expect an early elec- tion, and for this reason the machine must be in readiness. WINTER TERM IN THE Garbutt Business College Begins Thursday, January 2nd We We teach Business. flo'il. well. hold hoi li Day and Mvoninjr Sessions. Collojji! Sjujciiilixls we We do one thing- only, but Call on A. M. Fisher, Principal At the Alberta Block Phone 1315 BRITISH GOVERNMENT ANNOUN- CES FURTHER REDUCTION IN ALL LINES OF MES- SAGES London, Dec. II. L. Samuel, announces the following rjrther raiuciions in cable rates which take efiect tomorrow The rate for deferred telegrams will be: Ncwlnuiidlond anil United ,'hL't States reduced hy Hd per word for sent via direct U. S.. and Western Union IF YOU PONT EAT At our en IV you don't, get the most; for your money. Our menu will please, you. Everything is prepared right, sm'd served right. Prices to Suit All '1 A Our prices on fruit and confectionery are the lowest. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1073 Manager JUDGE FELT THAT PHYSICIANS UNION WAS RATHER SE- VERE ON MEMBER Toronto, Dec. council of tlie College of Physicians and Sur- igeouB'.of Ontario, had the'n'ame uf Al- cables. Rates for .lay and week and; f y Cobourg era -i "ta i delay decreased. In the case oi day cable letters tbc rates for places in practice as a physician or sur- geon, but the divisional court has al- Eastern Canada and the United I !ov''cd appeal States will be reduced from Os lor j ternnS the case 2.1 words, to 3s for thirteen words and instead oi being delivered on the second ;lay alter despatch, will reach the addresses the day after the de- spatch. The new rate Tor week-end cable letters will be 4s Gd for 25 p'i words delivered Monday instead to the extent "re- back to the coun- 011 the ground that the discipline committee did not take the proper statutory steps. AVhlle this view is taken by tlie majority, Chief Justice Falconbridge and Jlr. Justice Mr. Justice Britton'thinks that Dr. Stinson's name should be restored to the roll. compcnse them abundantly tor tiwir Tuesday as at present. "The rales for i labors. They are making permanent classes oi telegrams to other Dr' Stlnsoh was acquitted by a jury homes. The railway will soon punc- 1 places in Canada and the United on a charge of pertorming illegal tuate their lands and then they will I states wili vary according to the operation. An investigation by the their sister j distance. The charge for week end cable let- Buying Stockings for Baby Mother is confronted by this problem when shn is buying hosiery for hosiery must bo dainty, both in color and material; it must bs soft and comfortable, or it chafe baby's lender skin; it must be so knitted that the air ventilates througli; it must be durable, and the dye must be fast. Only the "LITTLE DARLING" and the "LITTLE DAISY" Hosiery combines nil these good qualities. THE WOOL-Australian wool. THE DYE-Samtary dyes, ami aulnlasi TOE most modern, under the an vision'of cxpsrt operators, THE PRICE-No higher than for inferior grulet. tor Ihe trade amrli tac (ickel-lh yeiivK of age, who related tiic story. At o-i'.e time he had been the f.vosperona owner of n livery es- tablishment in a city In the south of j England. Me did a thriving business, catering to the hotter class. Then tho crash came. Tim automobile re- placed the hiinsG'Vii cab, business was demoralized and he went bankrupt. His belongings were sold by auction .ind brought a mere nothing, for the panic was nation-wide, no one wanting the relics of a pRst epoch. Vehicles that cost him and seven hundred dollars scld for eight and ten pounds. Crushed by ihe financial losses and j consequent lioeial his 'wife died, leaving him a pocr. I mrui. Driven to dtspfcraiiori lie came to Canada to begin anew in si new but better land. After working in various eastern cities he came west, and joined tho line of homeseekerjj in the memcrablo land rush in bridge last spring. Mo was fortunate in securing one of the choicest quar- ters in the tract and, although his eyes were wet as he minted story, his concluding words were inspired by the true Anglo-Saxon spirit: "I am hore to will liulld up a home for my son. I will never return to Knglanrt. Canada is a moro generous land, and tho good old Union Jack makes it the best country in the world." This is tho story of an KnglUluniui. His American neighbor would j'.'Ob- ably loll another of orpin 1 Interest, 'while the thrifty Germ tin a tulle far- ther up would undoubtedly giro yen a narrative of wonderment, omphanijc- Ing his love for his new home and his discipline committee followed, and Dr. Stinson was disciplined. J. G. EOTTOMLEY DEAD London, Dec. G. Bottomlcy, formerly of Niagara, travelling agent fcr Ontario, died today at Penmainma- war. Scene from the "Butler's Secret" at the Majestic Theatre Dec. 31 and Ian LIKELY TO HAVE SnLUW EFFECI MAN PERSISTED IN DRINKING CHURCH BURIAL Fleshertoii, Ont., Dec. Buried in an unco nsecra ted TDlot, with orders i'rom the family-' priest that so head- stone shall mark the grave, and a pro- nouncement that his wife, upon her demise, shall not -be laid at rest he- side him, is the postmortem punish- ment o[ John Culbert, of Glenelg, who met a tragic death on the :ng ot" the Canadian Pacific tracks, seven miles from here. Culbert had been warned hv his priest three times 'to leave the liquor alone, and he persisted, disregarding the well-meant order. He drove into Markdale, and became drunk, and on going hack home was struck by the Toronto train and killed. Hie disobedience of his priest cost him not only his Hfe, but his sacrament. There was no religious service at funeral. a Liberal, for 60 years postmaster at Winchester, has replaced by Win. Scott. DON'T PULL OUT THE GRAY HAIRS A FEW APPLICATIONS OF A SIM- PLE REMEDY WILL BRING BACK THE NATURAL COLOR "T'ull out one gray hiiir find u tt-lll tttke lis is old saying, which IK, to a extant, true, if no are taken to stop cause. When gray hairs uppcar, it is u sign that Nftilurf: needs It is Nature's call for Gray hair, dull lifeless hair, or luiir that is fait ing out. is not necessarily a sign of advancing iiKc. for tliere are thousands of elder- ly people with perfect of hnir without n. single atreiil; of pray. When gray hairs come, or the hair sueins to lie or dead, ,somf gc.oil, reliable Imir-restorlng treatment should he resorted to at once. lalfsts say that one. of thf- prt1. parniions to nse Is tho. "SUKQ tea" which our Brand parents usml. Tho best prciinrattons of this kind irt Wycth's Sage arid Sulphur 1-Iafr Remedy, a. preparntion of clom- oHtlc safe mid sulphur, "nclcntificiilly co in pound od with Inter discovered hair tonics fine! stlnmlitiUs. the whole mix- ture hcinsr carefully balanced and test- ed hy experts. WyBill's Sage and .Sulpiiur is clean ami wholcsotnn and perfectly harm- less. It refreshes dry, parched hair, removes liiinuritff mid res- torps tiidcd or srny hair to its ini- turr.l delay another minute. Ktarl Sage and Sulphur at once and seo what a u few 'Iiiys1 treatment will mnkc in your imtr. nrc-niiration in offercii to the ir.ihlli! at, fifty a bottle ami is M-ld liy nil Klsts. .1. li. HlKlnl'ftham A (.'ompiuiy. Ct ;