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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November 27, TITK umrmunoE DAILV Parr extra leaves, 4 extra legs. 6 cane bottom and leather chairs. 1 small serving table. 1 large Axminster rug. 1 weathered oak china cabinet. BEDROOM NO. 1. Vevy massive brass bed, 2 and. 3 inch posts, box spring and mattress, down pillows. 1 Colonial mahogany dresser. BEDROOM NO, ,1., Continued X Colonial mahogany chiffonier, i Colonial mahogany writing desk. 1 Mahogany bedroom rocker, 1 mahogany bedroom chair. 1 solid brass ball ruck. 1 old rose Wilton Velvet ruj. BEDROOM NO. 2. 1 dull finish brass bed, box spring and Ostermoor mat- tress, 2 down pillows. 1 Princess dresser, long French bevelled mirror. 1 oak chiffonier. I mahogany rocker. 1 mahogany chair. 1 White sewing machine 1 domestic rug and 4 small mestic rugs, 1 white enamel medicine chest. 1 bronze lia.ll rack and large mirror. SPECIAL NOTICE-There will be no kitchen utensils told or ttnall articles, 16 the tale will begin on heavy furniture at 1.30 p.m. sharp Goods will be on exhibition Wednesday afternoon We have had everything taken to the Caledonian Hall for the convenience of the public, so there will be room for everyone FOR SALE AFTER THE offering a 5-roomed house on 27i ft. lot, located at 803 17th Street, on very good ON THE INTEREST FOCUSED ON THE PRO- CEEDINGS IN HOUSE AT OTTAWA London, -Several corres- beggar's cup." There was a naval LethbridRC on business, this city thus Clark, Of lied Deer, presided over the pondents of British newspapers are svstem was the country the Policy on the statute book now. It losing a large amount of Service it should. For four mouths been put there by the late gov- to Calgary eminent. It provided for the con-' Mr- Foster acknowlt tributary Liberal caucus oi session this morning. It was devoted en- in the vcar credit was curtailed 'to eriuncnt. It provided for the con-' Mr. Koster acunowledged that Leth- tirely to organization purposes. Sir enable to he moved. This intU- struction of a Canadian navy which bridge had a real complaint, and Laurier urged close attention caled that the tnnks of Canada did would be built in Canada and which promised to look carefully into the to business of the, session. H was de- not have money enough. The farmer would enable Canada to send ships to matter, and take it up with higher cided to call a caucus as soon as, of the west with 20 000 bushels of tiie aid of the British cause iu the authorities. Premier Borden brings naval Good wheat threshed'and ready for Mediterranean, in Austria or any-1 Both Mr. Foster and Mr. McNeillie policy in order to. discuss it. the market could not borrow u dol- in the world where aitl was left last night for other points in in this conncctiqn it is understood lar on it to pay his help or "ceded. Canada "had'the maritime pco- Alberta. that A. Mondoii, Conservative mem-, purposes It did not seem right that PIe to man a navy, the steel with While the Board believed that Mr. ber for Yamaska, who last year in-j such -i man should be a pauper before. wllich to bllilfj and the-spirit with Foster's visit will result in a revet- traduced the amendment to the the banks There was a remedv which to maintain it. It was looking sal of the schedule they have no in- toha boundaries bill, will move an -Sir 'George Ross, in o'pening, refer-1 forward with eagerness to the gov- tention of dropping the matter, and amendment regretting that the cmer- ncld j cabling long reports from Ottawa on the parliamentary session now in pro- gress. The Daily Telegrph's corres- pondent today speaks of the garbled reports from obscure English news- papers bein gtransmitted to Canada to show "England is laughing in her sleeve at the expense of the Canadian The correspondent says he showed this extract to Premier Bor- den who smiled and considered no reply from his was necessary. The Daily Telegraph must, in'dcud, have hunted in remote places of British pournallsm for this morsel to lay be- fore the Canadian premier. Careful scrutiny of the editorial opinions of the reputable press here on both sides of politics shows nothing, of the sort or anything like it to have appeared In any London or provincial paper of any standing. The whole trend editorial opinion here as already in- dicated in previous Canadian assoc-! iated press cables, is that Canada's desire to share in the emprie naval, defence must not be taken as an ex- cuse for Britain's lightening her bur- dens as a world power through the as-- sistance rendered by the dominions. Regrets are also expressed in some quarter that the Dominions'-feel''the necessity of following the older na- tions in undertaking the burden of ar a men Is. Experiments with paper tires in Europe' have found them to have the strength of metal and tire re- siliency of rubber. INSIST OM THE. ed to his election as leader of opposition, thanking his associates crnmcnt's promised announcement. for the honor and expressed the hope that he would be able to discharge the duty in a manner which would fa- cilitate the business of the country as it came before the senate. Me re- ferred lo the interest of the country in the trip through Canada made by tlie Duke and Duchess of Connaugbt. OBEY HAIRS QUICKLY VANISH A HARMLESS REMEDY, MADE FROM GARDEN SAiSE, RE- STORES COLOR TO THE GRAY HAIR A feeling of sadness accompan- ies the discovery of the first gray hairs'which unfortunately are look- ed upon .as heralds of advancing ago. Gray hair, however, hand- some it may be, makes a person look old. We all know the advan- tages1 of being young. Aside from the good Impression a youthful ap- pearance makes on othera, simply knowing that you are "looking Jit" gives one courage to undertake and accomplish things. So why suf- fer the handicap of looking old on account of grjiy -hairs, when a. sim- ple remedy will give yo'tir hair youthful color and beauty in a few days' time? Most people- know thnt common garden sage acts as a color restor- er and scalp tonic as well. Our grandmothers used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their hair dark, soft and luxuriant. In Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Hair Remedy wo have an Ideal preparation of Sage, com- bined with Sulphur and other val- able remedies for dandruff, itch- ing scalp and thin, weak hair that Is- split at. the ends or constantly coming out. A few applications ol this valuable remedy will bring hack tho color and In a short time it will remove ovary trace of dan- druff and greatly Improve the growth and appearance of the hair. Get a llfty cent bottle from your druggist today, and notice Iho dif- ference, in your hair after a few days' treatment. All druggists sell it, under p.unrmitco that the money bo refunded if the mniud.v is no! cxfielly Agents; J. lliglnbolham Co. Armistic now Being Negotiatec (Continued from front page) Throughout the night the men hur- ried through the streets on their waj to .the garrison towns Nancy am Luneville, only to find on their arriv al at headquarters that an error in the transmission of a despatch addressed to the Brigadier-General in command cf the district 'was responsible for thp call. As the result of an investiga- tion this morning, the Brigadier-Gen- eral was arrested by the military po- lice, in spite of his protest that the despatch that he had received was explicit nnd formal, and had ordered a mobilization. Austrian ReaervUts Mobilizing FrankiiOrt on the Main, Germany, Nov. subjects here, who belong to the army reserve, hays received orders to re- port to their re-gimetits. .Money baa been sent to them to pay their rail- road fares as far as the frontier. Alls- irinns and Hungarians employ (Hi in the German mining; districts have re- ceived similar orders. Germany Is Prepared Berlin, Nov. against. i the possibility of an outbreak of war has been made by the German gov- ernment, according to the Socialist newspaper, Vorwaerts." In discussing the new budget, it points out that the enormous tho man in front of the ho item entered as for tho "geueral finance Is really Intended to pay for th-5. enor- mous rus-erves of clothing and provi- sions for man and beast which tho army and navy havo accumulated ag- ainst t.he possible outbreak of war, This conclusion is derived from what is already known of the current budget. The total Increase in army and navy expenditure is, therefore, instead nf as staitcil by government. A milHoTi-siiillinKs fund hits been iiKiuKiirulcd by thy Aorljil of iho Hrltish Kmpit'o td further efforts lo innke aviation more safe. will carry it to the Dominion Rail- gency policv lias not been way Commission if necessary. TRADE MARK: i a plebiscite. Mr. II. 3. Quinn, the Milk ".lUver Toronto, (Int., Nov. trial hustler, was in the city tod-ay anil of Dr. lieatlic Neshitt will not te there is nothing to it hut that his part begun this afternoon as expected. His of the country is going to limn. There counsel, H. Dcwarl, will file demur- are more farmers going in year crs, taking exception to the indict- and this year there was a very large 7ncnts and tlie Crown Prosecutor will acreage and over Obushels of explain the delay to the court this wheat threshed out. That is .going afternoon. The trial will go over till some for a country which .within a ne.U assizes. 1 remarkable short period was a cattle i range. AH that is needed is a rail-! LATER INSURANCE j roiid running east ;md west to put one j FOR VESSELS' of the .finest districts in all western I Canada very much on the map. Tho j Ottawa, Nov. is umlersiood Alberta government Is doing much for'an arrangement has been come to be-, the district in the way of improve- (ween the insurance companies and ments and perhaps the moat appro- the C. P, R. and the Richelieu Navi- ciated is the extending of the tele- gallon companies, whereby the phono system south of Werner to unce on their vessels will hold gcci notts. The line is now south as fur until midnight of the 12th of Deceni as Milk River and a MS crew is at ber -next. Ordinarily the insurance work extending it on to Coutts. U only holds good until December S. will be 11 tremendous convenience iclplng out the business of both farm- ers and merchants. The eevjUor capacity has been in- creased by the erection of a track- ying store house by the T-aylar Milling Co., which serves tho double mrpose of in creasing capacity and jrcaklng monopoly. Threshing is '.early completed and fifty r-'cr cent of :he plowing. Mr. Quinn has unlim- ted faith in the future of the M-ilk liver country. DARLING" "LITTLE DAISY HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN Baby's First Pair of Stockings RUSSIAN MUTINEERS SHOT St. Nov. nion of the Bind; Sea fleet, who we: recently comleimioi] lo death for in citing mutiny, wore shot at Selmsto pol today hy firing from tin; warships. One of tho world's largest electric ARRESTED FOR FRAUD Winnipeg, Nov. Glac. wanted In Hnmhol.1t. Sack., on a chirge of fraud, was arrested here lo. j 'hats is planned to develop for day, iiy Inspector Street, of Win-i icarly all the mines around Johannes-! nlpeg police. mg, South Africa. W. L McKenzie Co. Electrical Dealers Ami Contractors Phone 6.37 Avenue S., Dr. Shearer's Lecture Dr. Shear's lecture at Kno.v Church, last evening, attracted a fair-sized audience. The sneaker mndo an elo- quent, plea for homo missions, and bet- ler treatment of immigrants. Dr. Shearer's remarks worn warmly ap- preciated, :tnd left a lasting impres- sion on the miiKls of those who hoard him. The lecturer was iilf-o tondunsd n bamiuiM preceding the tfathcrinj; in Church. "When mother buys the first pair of stockings that ber baby will wear she searches Tor the prettiest, daintiest hosiery that the stores afford; she inquires as to the quality of the wool, whether the dye is absolutely fast, and tlie stocking well knitted. a- of the purest, softest, Australian Lambs' Wool throughout, the "LITTLE DAISY" Stockings have the toe aud heel reinforced with an extra thread, and are made in all sizes for children up lo twch'e years old. The LIT- TLE DARLING stockings are made of the same material with the exception that the toe and heel are a little daintier, aud you will find every sue required for children up to seven years old. The purest sanitary dyes are used. The colors are absolutely fast aud stainless. Sky Blue, Pink, Cardinal, Tan, Cream, aud Black. Your dealer carries both the "LITTLE DARLING" aud the "LIT- TLE DAISY brands cost no more than The Chipman Holton Knitting Co., Limited Hamilton Canada 80 MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WBLLAND, ONT. for inferior brands. Do uot accept imita- tions beaiing similar names. Look for the name "LITTLE DAR- LING'' and "LITTLE DAISY" stamped on tlie foot. ;