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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1.4 mi: LtiTirmtTnGE DAILY TIKRALD Friday, Doccitilx-i' 12 The Gift Centre! Gift Suggestions For Men Waterman rdo.nl Foun- tain Pons to from .Dressing Sets J'roni Li'ftUior Wallets nncl Len- ther Books from Tie. Pins, l.'ufl' Buttons MILITARY BRUSHES FOBS FLASKS EMBLEM PINS AND BUTTONS GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS FROM to JI2.00 E. A. EWERT Oliver Bloc and Optician Ledibridge. A UN. Here's something that wil! appeal to the boys for Christmas "A Studebaker Junior" MINIATURE FARM WAGON Complete with Hand Pole and Price Will outlast ?50.00 worth of toys. We have The Lethbridge-Weybiirn Realty Co. Ltd. Phone 1173 Ave. Sonlli INSURANCE MEN INVESTIGATING STORES OPEN. p. o, P1LFERINGS Marleml. Pri'. 11 H l.aid- law, manager uf I lie Norwich I'nton Fire Insurance i'o., visited Maclrod to inspect Uu1 various risks carried by his company. Ho also rnquirril ahunt tin1 wilier system .Macleoil, which ho says is ouo uf the best in i he West. The installation of pas in- to huildiniis is rcn'iviiis; much at ion- lion at ll't' hands oi tlie Kire ruder- wiitt'is, anil at the annual meetings in he held in WAV future will lie a subject for much discussion, ;is the destruction 01 buildings during tlte past fou- weeks has given rise to speculation as So whether rates on buildings using X.utural das should he increased or noi. His own com- pany have Hatl two losses, hence the investigation. J. T- Honey, jeweller and waich- who has lie en in MauU'od sev- eral years, and is now one of the oldest business men, has just opened a line new stock in the new Mellon- noil open air rinks wil! open this if there is frost enough to make ice. The school riuk for ihcj children is all ready except the ice, j which does not well in warm weather. L. McDonald will appear on Monday next tin another charge by ilie post oflice department, ot liaviag taken iroiu thi! post oflice at Mai1- leod a certain package containing money. On the !Hli he was sent up for having taken a package contain- ing postage stamps, etc.. these hav- ing been found in his possession. The ladies of Mae] end are all look- ing forward to the great bazaar to he hflJ on-Dec. Hlh, by tlic Ladies' A Ul of the Methodist church in the lecture room oi their church, articles suitable for Christmas presents and the usual afternoon tea. MAN ARRESTED FOR BIGAMY WHO GOT DIVORCE IN UN- ITED STATES HINT TO BONAR LAW London, lk-c. mild sat ion was in circles today by ilie Liverpool Courier, the leading I'nionist paper in J.ancashirt1. telling Honar Law that his party can hope 'or no stK'i.'Pfs at the- iir'.vt v spneral election mi Jess the jifedge of a ret'en-mium on the PRINCE REGENT LUITPOLD PASS- ES AWAY MUCH TO RE- GRET OF EUROPE Here We Ready for Xmas and the Holiday Season With Everything in the MEAT LINE On the Market. All Poultry and Meats were grown in Southern Alberta, and are freih killed. Oysters are the famous Sealshipt are not opened from packer to consumer. Our new Sausage Dept. makes everything in this line of the Choicest Meats. If you want choice young Poultry or Meats use Phone 452 and get the best in the country. Remember, is grown in Southern Alberta. These are reasons why we ought to be your Butcher G. A. Delany Everybody pleased with the Turkey was got from Delaney's tariff policy is renewed. The .Liberals papers naturally crow loudly. Moose -law, Dec. or not the I'nitcil Stales has power to divorce a marriage made in Canada J. g% ._ A A A i.s one oi the cases which will have to he decided hy tin- IVgina Supreme wards married and then returned to Conn in the immediate future, fo Dan McKerchar. well k 'anada. I 111! l hut it uruKf.'Cutiun, is stated iicn'jlhal it i.s illegal ui leau- this conn-; passed through Uio ciu eariy vester- with another woman with the day mnnmtir for tlie capital, lie was sped lie iiHenii.in of living with her. in'cliarge of r.n nlficer, for lie had "niil he ba.s obtained a divorce thai J lircii rommiiicd for trial at Mile- ht: iniitry her. but this McKer- stonc, on Tuesday a chacge of chat .ionics emphatically. bigamy. He was airestt-d ja Moo.se This case attract much .itten- .laV, McKerchai: has a farm near iliroiichimi Canada, for it i.s MHcston been in woman number Accord hut for several.weeks lias tiiat main' similar iiisiances uf ui; city un htLsint'Sfi with the; Cunadian and American marriages is'alleged to lit: wii'e i divorces may he found un western prairies. i ig to the information, Me- Kerchar was married in Canada ami j NOT THE OSPREY then left for the Tuited States with I 1-omlun. J The owners of another woman anil lived there, long steamer Osprpy report lhat. enough to become naturalized ami lamp found on the Centurion after the tlirn obtained a divorce. H is a I collision not the Oaprey's. A report cri thai while in the Cnited States; 10 Lloyd's says that the Osprcy was hf lived with the woman he after- j sighted off Portland toniglu. .Munich. Bavaria. I tec. puM, Prince Me gent of Bavaria, died here ioti.iv. lie was "I years old. The Prince Regent had been in fail- ing health iur several months and hi.s i death was not unexpected. Prince: Luiihold was the eldest ruling prince' in Kurope in point of years, having! heeti hum March 12, IS21. 1-le was nine years older than the Emperor- Francis -Joseph of Austria, who was! born August IK, 1S3U. The however, has already occupied the. j throne for ii-1 years as he became! ruler at the age of IS, while Prince j l.uitpold had been regent since .lune' !u, ISSti. The immediate cause of Prince I.uituold's death was bron-' fhiai catarrh which was i hy (he feebleness oi old age. lit1 pass-; rd away before his eldest son, Prince l.mlwig, could reach his side from his i1 stales in Havana, whence he had' departetl on Dec. 9 for Munich when1 lie heard of his iaiher's critical con-j dition. Prince Luitnold had been; compelled to cancel all public en- j gagements inr some time, but he in-; sisted until the last moment an re-i ceiving i in- Bavarian cabinet minis- ters and his personal suite. YTlie death uf the aged prince has caused deep and .sincere grief throughout Kuropii. Germany Will Mourn Berlin, Dec. account of the of Prince Herein. Luitpold n{ Havana, Kmpeior William has order- ed general mourning for three weeks and the imperial parliament has -been adjourned over Christmas for the sau.e reason. Murray. Toronto Dr. McOdrum, Rei 1 Strachan, R. C. MacUctli. Dr. Dtival, Dr. lirycu, Winnipeg; Brown, Red Deer Dr. Principal Mac- I R. W. Dickie. .R. D- l-'raser, Principal McKtnnun. Halifax; Dr. R- K. Scott, Montreal Dr. Drnnrmond, Hamilton Dr. Farquhar- WEN FROM ALL OVER CANADA S0ti, Durham H. S. l.aidiaW, Bran- ARE GATHERED AT TORON- don, -I- A- Cranston, Fort William; TO-SOME ABLE SPEAK. W ERS Dr. Clark, Montreal. Toronto, Dec. large of Prt-sbyierians irom all ovrr AN ELABORATE CEREMONY St. N. B., Dec. morn- __ the Dominion met today at .Si -I xvag consecraled Romilll Catholic R Rey xvag consecrae o lames Square Presbyterian church i of Q. Qf g, ,ohn to discuss the basis 0.1 chiircb union elBht Bishops and M- iesis mnlion was read and discussed, hut j h to the comparative character eremony which tooR place in before an immense aa- mvns to e comparave caracr of the document some time will Uembly. Bishop Morrison of AnUgosh elapse hefore a decision will he reach- Preached the consecration Ecrnion. ed. Amoiie those who spoke were Dr. Sedswick, Or. Stewart, Dr. A. T. Love, Halifax Principal er, Montreal Dr. Welsh, Montreal Dr. Armstrong, Dr. Otta- wa Principal Gordon, Kingston Dr. MacOillivray, Kingston Dr. R. p. Mackay, Dr. Soinnu'tviUe, Dr. ,1. L. HANGED HIMSELF WITH A STRAP Xorth Battleford, Sask., Dec. Buttery, who has been a cook in ;i downtown restaurant, committed sui- cide by hanging lilmsejf with a strap in a hotel today.' Me served in iho South African war, but very Hale is known of him here. COUGHS Mathieif s Syrup ol Tar Cod Liver Oil not only stops a cough but cures it. Its tonic and restorative properties enable the system to permanently throw oft .1 cold. 350. for large bottle. Sold everywhere. GOUDRON RJIEMMORUE. JtATKTBU MATHTEUlS Syrup (jf Tar COD imn OB. J. L. KATHIEO. [LUMBER OFFICE MAN ABSCOND- I ED HAVING ROBBED HIS EMPLOYER OF HISS flA'BY DESLYS OX HER WAY 123 Bsnnatync Ave., Winnipeg, Man, Winnipeg Stock at Messrs. Ferguson Bros., Maclcod, Doc. W. Barrett, who here ;i fe.w months ago to act is the representative of Senator I Vlaciaren, of Perth, Ontnrio, has ah- j sroniltMl with Si of IUH employer's i money. j llarretl hr.il hren in .Senator Mac- j larcn's employ for nhoiit four years, I and was :i trusti'd cmnlovef. He. was well in Macleod, and hi.s downfall will great surprise to his friends here. Barrett was at one time manager j of Senator Miu-laren's mill at Hlair- morr, and Was ;i capable and ex- iH'rieiu-cd Isiiiihcrmnn. When Mr. i-raig, general iiTan.ic.cr for Senator Mnclaren, re.turncil here from coast hn touiul.a Ictlentromi Marreli his with thr pariic'iilj.rs his defalcations. H supposed thut Ilarrctt flcil lo vhc States LOCAL OPTION AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION DEFEATED IN CALIFORNIA CITIES San Francisco, Doc. on Tuesday's; charter amendment election have tended further lo upset predic- tions made more than a year ago, as to what attitude the women of Califor- nia would assume toward municipal reform measures. The principal proposed amendment at the issue yesterday provided, for tlie creation of local option units in the residential districts of San Francisco. H was defeated hy a vote of four to In a recent municipal election in Los Angeles, where ilie percentatjft of women voters exceeds that of the men, drastic saloon regulation ordinance IB beaten by more than three to one. Since then, the harbor district of Los Angeles voted No significant changes have been recorded in inter- ior county elections. In the campaign of a year ago, pre- ceding the election at which women suffrage was adopted, the liquor in- terests supplied the most, formidable opposition to the proposed in nova- lion. CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES DATES Per pound PRUNES, Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per dozen MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR C 1 OC for l> I.CO BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib..... APPLES, PER BOX 10c 10c 20c 30c 20c 15c 20c Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 WELL-KNOWN M ILLWRIGHT DEAD Moo.sft -law, Dec. Groig, millUTlgtit, who assisted in installuiK machinery in many of the larger plants of western Canada, died here this morning, lie was years of age. The noted dancer, whose beauty dazzled the King of Portugal and cost him his kingdom, recently arrived in New York, where iier reception not very encouraging to her managers. With her sitting is Harry Pllcer, her dancing partner, on the right is Clarence Harvey, the Canadian comedian The picture was taken on board the S, S. Corc-ma. Miss Deslys will be in Canada in a few weeks. For Sale General Store Consisting- of Dry (iouils Millinery, Funiisliinjfs. Hoots Shoes. STOCK CLEAN AXD FUEKII fiood Ilivcslllifnl. For l'urllicr npnly E. Parsons 420-1311) SI. Xorlli. A ;