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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday TffiE Beer as a Universal Drmk of the Future Considering: the rapid increase in the popularity during the last llAy years, many very able''writers do not hesitate to. predict that it will be the universal drink of the future. Even in southern climates, where wine has liad its strongholds for lager beer is gaining-ground the; greatest wiite country 'of them all is-fast becoming, convened to its use. "DTJTTyi? V A ft represents the great Twentieth Century achievement to-, brewing that lias made beer so generally popular. Much of our su'ccess may the water we ,uae, although ail "our, in- gredients are of the very highest standard of adiaii Malf; best Bohemian Hops.. The Letkkridge Brewiiig and _7 CX n Malting Co. Limited PHONE Interesting Post (suffice: Report (Continued from -front page) HoniautiG >Story Count Seefried, T-i De5- '2 that 'the Francis -Joseph nie }ias conferred '.the .title of .Von Seemed recalls a 'royal --love -romanee'-tiat-- attracted -great attention ..two 'decade j ago and _! has -turned '-out: -happily for .tne and hero. now elapsed '.since Otto Von, Sea-' lieutenant ia the Bavari- .afi .eloped '-with.., the Princess .Bavaria, -ic Court- at'- other'limes Francis Joseph occasi'onairy isterrup- Ms .owii arduoiis'i work to send gar risoii- regiment stationed'j just--- his" grand- "ctaugh'ter that.. frequently'' in his from: .her. imperial grah4fath.er.were" a wel- come '.consoliitibn.'io :'ik" her troub- led days. After ;J-ps-; -about' some j sort-of reconciliation Between "the i Princess and 'her _paretosVand-. "other .Bow.'island: 1195; respectively. Bowviile 1S7; 5: respectively. Cardston: 436; respectively. 475; I4..856; 745; OP Champion, as It is now .known (seven month's; 76; respect- ively. Coleman; 598; respectively. Cowley: respectively." City: ?384; 344; respectively. .f 27S.; respectively. Grassy Lake: 257; j 40; ?743 "respectively. ac- counting office for only one month.) .High River: U5S-; HJIIcrest Mines: ?o54; respectively. 975; S2; 929, respectively. Lundbreck: respectively. Macieod: respectively. 1-l3t1- of> (Continued from irbnt, taie.'Jisn'erics -British-: states- daughter Prince Leopold; of -Bava- .man bad. safe-guarded-- Canadian inter- r riar: 'Princess.Elizabeth's was, before 'her Archduchess Gis- da.'of ;AusXria, the daughter pi. Kais-. Francis Joseph, so that aged mon- is grandfath-' ests in the .best possible-Manner, British- Claims Fully Justified However, "as. long-ago. AS. Jffr. the sovereignty over the Bay- of.-'Fundy, -.'had given cr. Baron ,Yonr-.Seeiried.-waS; then 22. away by Lord- Aberdeen it '-had and.. the princess >vas.. 18. .Their -elope- .7 not come .-within; the purview of the raent yas surrounded, wittl.; romantic s tribunal, but the-other circumstances. While her: parents- were bays, "the 'British claim r had .absent at .the theatre the -princess sec- In .pointing .out 'that rctly--ieft 'the royal' palace-- and the' position iitternationally of. -Hud- over tt- high' wall' surrounding' Bay was said that park, -beyonrt -which; -her lover .ne could, -withdut improprietyv say at 5t.ysaitetl-, her. ijriifr. bar-en- andythe deliberately 'and" designedir ex- .were, across, the ..frontier- before "eluded. -He thought. "when Washing- the-.flijhtr.-Gf, t-fip. princess--- was .discor- :ton- when the submission to "arb'Bra- t- Theylled. to, -an-d Hronijtion was arranged, "that" it n there to her par- the -interest of Canada that c.its that .she-'would never iu regard to "the Hudson7 "Bay ed. Iroar her" ba-rou.-'-i'i.'ihce" Leopold 'should be asked. followed them! to an-d. the' wedding took place-there Decem- ber 2, 1893.. Baron -Seefried .had ab- himsell from his- Territorial There .tne 'statute "books' csp-ress that the" waters ol Hudson are --territorial waters. "I .said-t'lie- our question .oE claim and right may .leave, so a warrant-was sued for his arrest as He never entered Bavaria .since be but no one can nme.-In due course of time he was ;.foresee t.tie. future." it was possible and dismissed.j questi0a raised again at prison sen-jsome future date'antt it" so-Parlia- a-Jjudgea' a" deserter- from liic. arm with tancer hanging over him if WOuM, rest its claim before the lurn-ea. T. (world 'upon its law boots arid upon Kaper Francis Joseph remained decree the" Jrfegue tribunal, irae-inend.of his granddaughter, when In conciusioni Avlesworth said her own-parents, and all her relatives j ftat Mlv his before Milk River (eight months'..-account- ?742; 381; 56; _ .Nanton: respectively. Okotoki: 474; respectively. Pirieher Creek: H-343; C95; 851; respectively. 1430; 352: 82; .respectively.1 Raymond: 16.619. respectively. Royaj View: (Accounting only three 56; re- spectively.' y Stavely: 57.059 respectively. Stirling: ?735; respectively. 864; respectively., _ r Warner (accounting eight 77; respect- ively. .Some' other places outside of..Al-: Oerta "whose figures Herald for these five" par- ticulars: In British-Columbia Coal Creek: respectively." Cranbrook: 917; .respectively. Fernie; respectively. Hosmer: 452; respectively. Michel: 583; respectively. Moyie: 1118, and Taylor-: ttutte, ;f 61; Waterton Mills, and aid Whitlat 3909, including, niglif 'service: opened 1, 1.909, including night service; Yarrow, ?62 and ?35. and_ Irrigation Conipaiiy was psafi' and the "R. got for Carrying mails.- j'-f No Great Mtprises j W jfGortinued iroia front Medicine Hat Hat; is .having -aiL oleciion the' contests if or. all except aid-- erman for Ward 1, being hotly con- tested.-.? Tne nominations made ttiis r Mayor-rrAlayjor "U. Milne and .Aid. j John Howsenj- 'Ware, n.' -M. A, Brown! and.JonnVilcNeely. To serve the Tin-! of Aid. Spencer, W. .An-i sley and C. S.: :Pingle. Ward Feter, Robertson -and Thos. no- flections in the otiSr -noiie'. of -.the terms having ex- Jfbr, school trustees (three to y, Wm. Tur-! Morrow, M. Esthen, H. j Si Ireland Jamieson. i-'j Have "iiottest of its nis- t'qry'-'tais'pyeaf, 'b'bth for mayor and couhcllmeiu The; "nominations :made .'as-follows: For Ririe and O. A. Harker, 3V .T. G.' W- .Heathersbatv, W. H. Godlrey, D. H. Bing- nam and X, A, Rasmussen. (by J. L; Fttilayson; J. W. Evans and B. I Dec, is a contesti for 'mayor "aiid'couhciimen and consid-j: is taken. The iiomiiiatlons made are as mayors-it. }H. Anderson and A. (three to be S. Russell; W.j Wildman; and J. JSj respectively. J93; Nelson: NSW Michel (ten months' account- G5; had turned against.her- The Baron re- uhe tribunal that on more ceived the t-it-les. and rank-- of an Aus- !than one occasjori. disputes had man Count and was admit oed to the hr.OUglrt Great .Britain and the United -Austrian armr with tne same rank I lo tlie Verge Tfae re_ he held, in the Bavarian troops. j sult Avas a vindication of the policy The aged ruler also set apart irom of peace vhich the reign of his private purse a substantial in-I the ]ate King. Edward who had an c-oine for Hit young couple. At- fre- j atidina; faith in the-'good which (vrhich is iased on periods the Princess was invit- hft aCCorapiished by "tne process Of ar-jenufe of the previous year) are as fol- respectively. Country Post Offices The revenue the government -de- rived from the following offices in tiiis district and the post- with'-her Husband, to -visit the j bitration> .Thickly stops confihs, cures colds. bea3s ijis throat acd 'lirisds 25 cents. j William York, a section Hand, fell I while boa-rding a .train at Wilbur, Ont., and received, injuries which..'caus ed -his death. Are you of the large number of fine hardy that'axe'perfect-- ly hardy-on the prairie thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every 3rcar? CJIIL S6nd -yOii a 56i6CtiIOIi Gx tWciVc I'arietiesl three vears old, that Trill all bloom this coining summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilac's, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiesrelias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suck] es, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three years old, regular, value This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest, express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only (lows: Aetna, and ?40; Albion Midge, ?35 and S35: Axrowwo.od, and ?35: Barnwell, S155 and ?47 "in- cluding ?12 night allowance; and ?35; Barons, and trustees S. Ewing and J. P. n Evenings .This one word is; tli-e and foundation of our Business; The in- spirationV and basic' of our seqret of our growth, the -of our sno- join .the satisfied" We are Showing lines .of ;stapM and fancy which cover wjB.ole range: of eniand 'WeCcall: special, at- tention to the epni1 ple'teness .of our pro- in CHURCH OPENED ATCOiERlDG! I Coleridge, Dec. new Presliy- I church; at Coleridge, was open- ed: for divine cerviee.on. Sabbath last. Jfc. W3C trr'f'fjr- of ,St. John's Church, Medicine would unable to be --H-. H. Hench, the of the service. The Scripture iessSfe ,'ed, was King Solomon's pra-yer at ;tht; dedication of the iemple, "and in '-his sermon.'the speafcerVrefcrrea to-'tke j diferent "purposes" meptfonefd -by Solo- which devoted.ijo God's service should -braised, 'eiitrurg- ed upon his hearers .the necessity for [Earliest and devoted such L !an example of Christian.life as would. conecuon Ontario, Tickets on sale December.'l' to ber -Si, 'iaclusive, gopd .three, attract- build: up a: strong I religious aiKt make'the-new church tho Town., j The church struc- ceiled; witirmatched lumber In the inside, arid seated It was opened-entirely .free'' from 'debt, ami Is a cre-lit "people of. ithe town. >r. j It is rumored- inv Coleridge ihat .the C.P.R. will io put jin services, and of town -'.and] purposes'. on.; liinitedxto: ?fiv....... Finest "eqaipineDt.. a V k DIAMOND MOtJNTED WTCHES, Etc. FIRE Franlc, Dec. of, apparently or-. -discpvered at: sis .o'clock last nigkt in the .-base- ment of A. McEachern's'build- -Ing; in the heart of the ,'busi- ness section, and for some tlmg-it threatened the'entire district, but was soon under -.control after 'badly damaging tne' stocks of Kalil dry goods, and Louis" Gale's, gro- eery. B rock St. YEGG.MEN IN. SOUTH DAKOTA have used pri- vice -the ,au Dinmipre much aiore" than '.for-.thai rppse. 3t.willrbe.'quite ,a boon-to-thtj I-town -to get gas. moderate; price I'to "sulpersede -coal; The j-pung .people Poleridge.-and EXPRESS.? i3eayesi Tpnnipeg daily atj221Qk mak- of dances at Dunmorer, -Farm last f ew ing 'connections at Toronto for ail v jibing East and "West thereof -Tie. "Imperial i-imsted' leaves "Win- tipeg; daily at S.25k, aud xhe "Atlantic at 00k daily, making coa- .iectidnsVat Montreal lor all points Hasi thereol, Apply.torthe nearest C.P.R, Agent for Info-rratioT Both -were' attended and goo u time is preseiiti Mailie bas; 'tendered fori V the .contract of -caTryhig-tiic Medicine Hat- Eagle 'Butted- JMf- Maille'ls tunat'e in -securing'' -the coatraet' people of those. 'districts "be; as- sured of '.good. 'service., The many .'.Mends ,of 'V.Moc. weeks is though "1 ---..vnv .Mr.' and; -Mrs.- larroH' and. daughter, left on an: extended .trip. "tbySt; -'Paul, and. 'thestate of.' M.ichi- SOUD-'FUEL For Automcbiies .Will. Troublesome Carburetter Trip -V' To Sf.; PAUL. MiNNEAPOLJSr wmn. [MILWAUKEE, Wts. .CHICAGO. HI. mobiles' in solid' fUClMSP joy3_which tiie ac- cording to advices received-here j Apply to ncaresi c P R, ftgent for abroad. The- --.is-'r full the invention doctor.- L. S. D., Dec. tt is said, to nave many HOWLED DOWN entered the Farmers Bank at Bush- nell .and the First 'National Bank at 'early this morning arid blew open The safe was untouched in each no loot was obtained, except in pen- nies from .tne White bank, and-this left outside. It is.known that five men were implicated, -but they left no trace or clue., other things it burnst-vvithout smell, or" L- Condon. Dec "VTmston smoke, its cost is two thirds "that.1 of was refused hearing at Lin the liquid.-it use carouretter, is- safely, s wooden box or even wrapped in.'paper, affords complete combustion, is 'of greater smoothness than the-liquid, I: will develop .and is "eas- ily convertible into liquid. may be .used for ship engines, lam'ps -anc. other purposes. j coin todaj per dozen ootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. Barrhill, S159 and 536: Beazer, 540, and Berry Creek, opened Feb. i, 1910, 537 and ?6; Black Diamond. and Black Spring Ridge, and Boundary Creek, ?2S .and ?35; and including night service: ?52S aad I ?140 ancluding S16 night service; Caldwell, and Coaldale, j 5305 and S117. including 516 nishr. ser- -Coleridge, and ?99: Coutts, 1253 and S40; Cut Bank, ?20 and ?35; uavisburg. and Dry Fork, and Elinor, and JUweime, S26 and Fishburn. j and <3illingham. and _ Gienview, and Gros Ventre, j and Iron Springs. ?139 ant? ?35; Km ball, and Kinnon- ciaie, opened May 1, 1909, and Leavitt, and .Little Mume, and Lucky Strike, opened Dec. 15, 1009, and Lyndon, and Masinasin, and opened Feb. 1, 1510. 922 and Monarch, and Mountain Mill, and Mountain View, and Noble, opened -March 1, 1910, and Olsen UreeK, and Optic, and Orton. and ?3fi; Passburg, and Prairie View, and Priddis, and SS6; Purple prings, opened May 15, 1909, and including night service; Qneenstown, and RaJey, open- ed March "i, 1910, and S3; Reid l, and Rocky Coulee, and Rosemead, opened Aug. 1, 1309, and Hound Up. and Sevea Persons, S676 aud including night service; 'Spring coulee, HIS and Spring Point, and Stand Off, and Summerview, and Sundial, and Sweet Vallev. opened C. Per box of Ten (Cork Tips.) ;