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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHIUtlDGi: November: Tea Table Talks The first Ten ciinie iVoni Oliinii.' It was n raw, prude luxury for Ihe rich done. Then experimenters In work-to Hud other soils. They found such in Ceylon and en her parts of the world. Various crops were -blended. Tli'us..came the teas we luiow. Tlie last word in Tea is BLUE RIBBON a choice, rich Tea, of exquisite aroma- sold only in air-t-iglil" and the must economical as well as the' best, ASQUITH BUYS British Premier is Comparative ly Poor -and Anxious for Private Life Poultry Foods OYSTER SHELL. POULTRY UKIT AND CRUSHED BONE Seven-pounds for------............... 1 ALFALFA MEAL Six gouuds for 25c. Morden and Bennett Plioue Xorth Lcdibrklgc -is 'an- secret that-nothing- but a sense duty to his'party keeps Mr. Asti iu the Premiership. His state 'of healili is very imlinYrtmt, 'and his fam- ily lias been exerting ihe strongest pressure on him for several months to induce him to retire. lias bought and relitle.il a small country house, on a village street" near Wallingford on the Thames, where he intends to settle. H is near Xuneham, Colonial Secre- _aiy place, .ami also near ihe country house 'owned by -Mrs. As- qtiitli's .sisfer. Mr. Asquith is comparatively poor, and his friends say liis savings prob- ably will not bring him more than a year. Mrs. Asquitb lias an income of" tie "would be en- titled to claim a cabinet 'pension, as there is omwacant, hut. it is not be- lieved that be will do so. A rumor is current that his daugh- ter Violet, whose fiance, .Lord Aber- deen's son, was tilled in a motor ac- cident three years ago, is bcirotheU to Sir .John Simon, the Solicitor- General in tin1 present government. a vidower of thirty-nine years, with is by gen- eral consent the most brilliant law- yer at the bar- He made such a high reputation as a debater-in ,tbe House of l.'oininons that be was strongly tpmpted to abandon his luc- rative practice and ''devote himself, to politics. WILL DlfiAIE I CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block BARGAIN BIG VALUES here for all day Saturday in the 2O per cent, off sale Reducing stocks in every doparinienl; to the lowest room for the in-rush of Xinns Goods piling in upon us planned with the. idea of absolute clearance .what your needs'may be, you can supply (hem here at most liberal discounts. possible notch to.make Selections have been and il matters hot 20 per cent Off ALL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS ALL TRIMMINGS AND ALL-OVERS ALL COTTONS AND SHEETINGS. ALL TOWELS AND TOWELING. ALL LINENS AND DAMASK? ALL FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES ALL'SATEENS AND DRAPERIES. ALL TOWELS ANP TOWELLING. ALL SHIRTINGS AND WASH GOODS. 20 per cent Off ALL HOSIERY AND GLOVES ALL CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR. ALL WHITEWEAR AND WAISTS. ALL SHAWLS AND SCARFS. ALL WOOL JACKETS, AND LEGGINGS ALL T08UES AND CAPS: ALL FLANNELETTE WEAR. ALL SKIRTS AND UNDERSKIRTS ALL KIMONAS AND SACQUES. And in addition to the above lines Scores of specially priced lines in every department of the store, at savings representing a. quarter to a half of the regular selling value Wonderfully attractive savings in Ready-to-Wear SUIT SALE SI 7.50 WORTH UP TO COAT SALE 517.50 WORTH UP TO HALF, S15.00 WORTH UP TO All other lines at similar reductions Are you in need of i. another hat? Here's the biggest oppor- tunity ever presented to biiy higit class goods at such say- ings. Every hat included. LOT NO. i. worth up 'to LOT NO. 2. All lines worth, up to LOT 3. JtO All lines worth'up'to HON. GEORGE GRAHAM MOVES VOLUMINOUS MOTION CALL- ING FOR LOT OF IN- FORMATION slioulder dislocated and sustained con- tusions of llie face. Don't Deprive Yourself of the Pleasure healthful results of !r''Yhiilv consiilu- tional" out in 1.he om-n these days for feiir your foe! will yet cold. Buv i shoes to suit the tlnii keep your feet Avarm and dry. WE ARE SELLING AT SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK JUST THE KIND OF SHOES YOU NEED FOR EVERY- DAY STREET WEAR. HIGH TOP, LACE AND BUTTON STYLES FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN, MADE OF THE BEST LEATH- ERS WITH SOLID OAK SOLES, IN THE LATEST WIN- TER STYLES. Ottawa. N'QV. 2S-TrA debate on the diuuing of the grade of the National Transcontinental railway is foreshadowed by lion'. K, F- Graham. Air fii ilnm asks fpr a copy oi the iH'iginal instructions papers urnl maps furnished the engineers of j Uhe 1 P. between Winnipeg and 1 I "Montton In the chief engineer of the! i commission, also instructions, specifi- cations .and profiles issued by the chief engineer, of., the chairman of the! committee since (Jet. 1, in amend ur depart from the; original instructions. Mr. Graham! aslis furtlier for all correspondence be-! I tween 'the minister of railways oirj j any official of his department and the! [chairman or chief engineer of the com-i mission, the original instructions I j cither as to ihe grades, curves and! bridges, or other permanent struc-i 'lure; also for ;i, copy of all corres- i ipondent'e of the. minister oi railways1 land members of the government and! I aiiv ollicial oi the G.T.P. reierriuc to; "n t j hhes, proposed changes, as well as all SO correspondence between the chairman and chief engineer of the commission and any official of- the G.T.P. or any member of its engineering start con- cerning ilut proposed changes in grades, eu1. .Another return which is asking for is one showing the num- ber of appeals made ;to the governor- general in council during the twelve j months -preceding Nov. 25, 1012, I against the orders of the railway com- jmis.sioners, particulars of each appeal I and ihe decision rendered by the gov- She's on the warpath again She's always most active when ihe nipping winds set others They bring her out about to get ready that basin of warm, satisfying i soup which looks so good, INSULT PRINCESS SIR WILFRID LAURIER SAYS HE NEVER HEARD IT EVEN IN GOSSIP Phone 1512 International Cafe Sired Sondi Fiir your Fruil, Candies, Cigars and Meals. (Jafe Jio.w open mulcr-new .Best iiicnls in l-owjj .for llie money, (.'nine and give MS a I rial If we plen.se you. loll others, Ii we don't please, yon, tell us. Our .Mollo: "Qualify and Quantity." Try our Sunday .Dinners, Strictly a la oiirt.c. THEODORE HOEHSLY A. MILLS, Proprietor Manager. BAD SPILL IN WINNIPEG AND 'ONE OF INJURED MAY DIE Xov. was I lip cause ot a serious acculeul wliie.li may prove fatal to one m .wo- men were :tlje in Ilicv were rilling struck (he curb al Ihe side of the road lueen Wliyicwald road and Olive si reel, on I'nrlage avenue, about live o'clock yesterday evening. The ear -was driven In- .....n slightly injured and wliose name con'ld "01 lie learned. (Inc. ot the women, l.oltie Maxwell, I'dll .Icpsio St., Kort Itmige, received lilmis on tlie head which luvo caus- ed conmiiisioii of the brain and it is feared that, she will not live. The other woman injured was Mabel McN'orman, who staled she was from I'orUgu La Witeii. who had ,hcr led veil, just try a basin yourself and see. It's nuide of prime beef and the choicest of I rish veeetablcs. And as there's no ovcr- stronf, added flavouring, it is Ihe making nf any other soup or made dish. EDWARDS 5c. per packet. KJiLttras' Defecated Soup is madt in three Tomtia, While. The Broun variety is a thick. uourisniHg soup predated from ar.d fresh vegetables. The' other are partly Boil for half an hour. Lou of dainty new d is fins in our new Cook Boole. Write'for a copy post free. Ottawa, Xov. the cap- tion "Generous Sir Wilfrid defends an old the Evening Journal says A representative of the .Journal called at Sir Wilfrid Lander's office the parliament buildings yesterday to ask if the ex-Premier had anything to say regarding the story in Sir Richard Cartwright's 'Reminiscences' vhich allege.I that Sir -John A. JNlac- donald had insulted Princess Louise. Sir Wilfrid was engaged and could not be seen so a note was sent 10 lini. Shortly afterw.ard the.courteous reply was .received at the .Journal oi- Ice. "In answer to yours of this date, always understood that some such ncident as is mentioned in Sir Rich- ard Cartwrigjht's reminiscences ac- tually took place at Rideau Hall, but that a British Columbia senator and 'not Sir John Macdonald .was the of- fender. I I never heard Sir John! JMacdonald's name connected with this .scandal, not even by way of gossip. Wilfrid Laurier.'; GOLJDRON FOIfDEMORUE DrMATZUKtJ TO CURE COUGHS Mathieu's Syrup ol Far and Cud Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures it. Its tonic and restorative properties enable the system to permanently throw off a cold. 3jc for large bottle. Sold everywhere. I, L. HATUft.- CO.. SHEltanOOKK. MATH I EUS SYRUP KATHIEirS Syrup of Tar COD iim on. Another Batch of Turks (Continued from front COD LIVER OIL. Winnipeg Stock at Messrs. Ferguson Bros., 123 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg, Man. S. H. U. HARMER Winnipeg Repreientatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Alberta. He made this statement in auswer- ig an inquiry as to whether the 1H j new machine gun companies provided for in the law of 1912 could be or- without delay. Austrian News of Serbia Vienna, Nov. The assertion th.it Servia is against'Ans- j tria-I-lungary is made today by' thuj Iteichspost. The, entrenched positions near tlie town of Scmendrea on the Danube have been occupied already by .Servian troops of the Danube divi. sion. The Servian recruits he-longing to the contingents due to he called up in 1913 and have been called by the Servian war office and Chris- tian prisoners among the Turkish troops captured arc being induced to servo in the Servian army. The weapons captured from the Turks are being hurriedly repaired ini the .great Servian arsenal at Kraguy- evaU where also ammunition is be- in large quantities. Cattle, and cereals are being reimi- sitionctl by the Servian war office and taken i to Nieha, which the Reichspost says will be formed info a Servian Tchatftlja for the last lilie of defence. The garrison of the entrenched camp there is being rapidly raised to 000. The, recent visits exchanged be- tween Count Von Bcrehthold, the, Austro-Hwigarian foreign minister and the Egyptian Prince Aimed Kuad, who is ap Albanian by descent, are regarded by, the Xeit ;K that the Prince-is a serious candidate for ihe Albanian throne. St..Petersburg, Nov. Aus- tro-Hungarian reservisis residing in the Baltic provinces taivo, been sum- moned .fo return to. their homos i Austria rand'Hungary according to a despatch from Riga 't'o ihe Hcch. Thr fJerniaii. reservists1 living in these provinces number1 8000, and these al- so have been warned to liolil tbcni- serves in readiness to be called upon to join their regiments ai. any mo- ment- The Austrian and German consul- ates at Kicve sue guarded by strong IN THE TRAIN OF GOOD LIVING, LOOK FOR WHITE HORSE IN THE DINING CAR I JOIIN'E. TUliTON U i FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO ;