Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
A Holiday Present That Will Last a Lifetime TTTE LETntiHTDOE DAILY HERALD BRAKEMAN AND TWO ATTEMPTED TO GET CAR OF BOOZE THINK RECENTLY PURCHASED SITE WILL SUIT FOR HEAD. QUARTERS' BUILDING In connection with the recent pur chaso by the 'Massey-Harrls the Herald has ob- is al. nil Limes a prized asset ami; as a gift is most accoptablo. TiscX Pliol'Otfi-aiiliK are 'the result, of tlio efforts in attaining the best-, perfection. possible. If you want photos for Christmas, at once as the tirno is very limited and do not want to disappoint one. Third Ave., beside Baptist Church brands et al, was too great a tempt- ation for a C P. li. switchman and a couple of lioonier-K last night midnight, and loday they are, being house CCNT V iSTGJRE, f Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency Representing Can. P.ic. Hallway Koyal .Mall Steamers. Cai.Ariian Northern Railway Rpyal Mail Steamers. Allan Hoyal Mall Steam- ers. Montreal, Quebec ami New York Service. Cnnord I.'ihe, Xow York, and Canadian''Service1. Donaldson Line, to and from .Glasgow. Red- Star, American Trench Line. Anchor Lino. Hamburg America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Reduced ft il'faros In connec. lion Information7 as to arrival and departures of boats of the various lines cheerfully given, l-'all or write. S. B. MITCHELL. Ticket AEent, C.P.R. Lcthbrldns THE PEOPLES' FORil OBJECTIONABLE CAR SERVICt Editor, Lethbridge Herald: residing south Kiiith avenue, are continually asking hold at the mounted police barracks awaiting trial on charges of break- ing open doors ot C. P. it. bos cars, and bonded cars at that. A couple of revolver shots played a part In which Switchman Kiunluurg and the two boomers, Miller and Wil- liams wore caught, and for a while there was excitement in the yards. Special detective Bailey of the G.P. H. while patrolling the yards, came upon the three men trying to break open the door of the car to get at the supply of Coming upon thorn suddenly he caught them by sur- prise. They broke to make their get- away, running in different directions and the cop used his revolver. How- ever that did not stop them, so they got clear. However, they came back _------- unnnifi (jut citiiu. However, tlioy came back whether 'Ihe street railway Is being I later and with special officer Geoghe- run for the benefit of the officials origan, the whole three were garnered ratepayers, and with good in, and will shortly face the music be- The one-horse arrangement (lore Inspector West at the Mounted for the reason. of making one car back Into the barns and await the arrival of tho other one-Is getting tho public's, goat. There are a large number of citizens who use the cars regularly four or six times a day, and during'thc noon hour have barely sufficient time to set to their homes and hack to town in tile hour, without being held up perhaps for .five minutes .each way through this stupid arrangement. Quite a'- number have decided to cut out 'the cars, as they can walk their seven or" eight blocks quicker than the cars can get them there. The matter has been brought to the notice of both Supt. lieid and Insp. Sage, and Police Barracks. CHARLES BEARDSLEY COMMIT- WITH RUN- NING JOINT talned the following official Informa- tion from A. W. Trickcy, manager of tho Calgary branch, who acted for the company In mailing the purchase: "You will naturally be interested In knowing what our plans for the Im- mediate future are, and In this con- nection 'we'-have to advise you that we have not made any plans in de- tail as to immediate action in the way of erecting buildings. Naturally the purchase of the property in question Indicates that Ive look to Lethbridge as not only a very Important centre at this time, but also as giving prom- ise for great things in the future, and our company has planned to place it- self in a position to be on the ground floor In the matter of future develop, ments. "The site In question will, we think, place us in a splendid position tc tahe care of our requirements at Leth- bridge, and if (which is not at all Im- possible) our company should decide that a little later It would be wise to establish a headquarters, or branch, at Lethbridge, we would be in a good position to erect our permanent build- ings for this purpose on this property. In the meantime, of course, we have important transferring and local sales Interests to provide for at Lethbridge, and we feel that, for our present and imirudiate future requirements, as well as for possibly the more remote needs, we are now -well taken care of as regards a-favorably situated pro- perty." SANTA IS COMING Xmas Presents for Everybody Sanla already has left at Smith's 5c to 25c Store, the greatest'" display or toys and 'other Christmas things, over shown in town. w gilad buy for less moneY We have presents for everybody, no matter how young or how old REMEMBER WE ARE OPENING NEW GOODS MOST EVERY DAY. GERM LADEll DUST CAUSES CATABBH ELY'S CREAM BLAM KILLS THE DEADLY CATARRH GERMS, NO STOMACH DOSING Catarrh v.-lilcli Is bail caousli in It- aclr. ortcn results In loss of lust smell anrt hearing, iintl IcailK to serioua Uu-oat antl lung troubles if not nromiilly checked. 'The seat of cnl- irrh is uBiialiy lnc of nose, and it.i nnlnral course la down- Ward, .into the. throat and thence to the 'lungs. wi't take any chances. If lave r.ny n.vmptonis of in the liracl. n'nsty dls- chnree-rrom the noso. sore throat or IT. 'iKicHlns cough, e-et a fifty cent lo of Ely's Cream Halm from your ffist. and begin the traitment at This remedy Is not a -drylns up" process, it ts cleiinslns, llcallnK antiseptic Balm. iken throush the nostrils back Into 'be .head and throat where It instant- ly rrarhcx the sent of the trouble. That's the only way to and permanently cim- catarrh. Calarrh makes you offensive to .yourself, and your friends, start us- Cream B.ihn today, and in a snort time yon will be permanent- ly cured of this nasty, dissilstinjr dis- Aecnts: J. D. Hlginbotham No. 6 ins for one day one car was run round the HUJLIHUS ao uim uues not intend to back of the barn-to save the wait but COUrt Whc" Beardsley, dispose, of its present site until the, since that day the ancient method has ccci witlt common nam- npw tn sixty. Yours truly, ONE OF THE REGULARS. During lucid moments yesterday Srnest: Ellis, told Coroner Hlginboth- m enough of the details of the acci- ent which resulted in his serious in- uries and the death of P. A. Kelly to stablish that tho men had come Diamond City in the evening and lat they 'had been drinking heavily o that they thought they had walked ver the edge of the approach to the ridge In the darkness, and that they nd uot fallen off a train as was at' The quietus was put on gambling in Lethbridge this morning at the The company does not intend police court when charged with keeping a common gam-: new building to be erected is'rea'dy ing house was committed for trial for occupation .1. K. Palmer, counsel for tlic accus-; ed will ask for a jury trial, so that) the case will come before the Su- preme Court at tlic spring assizes. Evidently the lid is on' in this town. The restricted area is doomed." The card sharks f'.ud this the closed: sea- son. Sunday selling is tabooed. The! ASSURED HE HAD WON NOBEL clean Lethbndge promised by Chief; nuutL I Davis, if given a free hand, seems to PRIZE OF j have about arrived. HONOR RIBBON This has been a busy week' iti I lice circles, the climax being Reached: last night when the basement of a' Paris, Dec. Denoter of barber shop at 5th St., S., was Bon.1v, department of the Seine' Is] raided at eleven o'clock, and live vie- lamenting a cruel joke or unfortun-j tims were garnered' im: Hesidcs ate mistake in being notified bv a there-were Mate-Mofiat, Stockholm despatch, that he vasthe! Dan Leaty, ,L Hiding, -and a-coon, winner of Uic'; N'bijcV Prize (OL botany' Cieo. Ferguson, king of one of the research. lie is called the Freud shoe shining emporiums. i Bnrbank, though little is known of According to the evidence produced him by the public, -which demanded at the preliminary bearing of Beards- that he be honored instantly, the re- Icy this morning tlic men were suit being that the legion of honor ribbon was conferred on him. Everyone is laughing at the dis- covery of the hoax, while Mme. Be-1 noier is seriously ill over the.disap- lointmi'nt. The Professor has writ- GroceryHamper No. 13. 9 Ib Turkey. 2 rbs Ca.pe Cod Cranberries. 2 Plum Pudding 2 Ibs. Mlneo Meat. 2 tins Tomatoes or French Peas 2 Itis. Finest Table Raisins. 1 hot. Goodwillie's Preserves 1 Ib. Table Figs. 2 Ibs. New mixed Nuts. 1 Ib. H. P. Fancy Jl'ixed Biscuits. 6 Oranges. 2 Ibs. Malaga Grapes. 1 Ib. Box Assorted Chocolates. 1 Ib. C. B. Strawberry Jam. 1 hot. C. li. Pickled Walnuts. 1 ..box Somebody's Luggage 3 Ib. tin H. B. Go's Special Tea -Weight 70 Itis. Price HUDSON'S BAY Co. men were ids on, the kitty ing to two This was taken in but had been drinking ht when they le "The F.i77-.ily Friend for years A never failizi n-'licf for Creep Coujh. Dropped Money in P. O. Box The collector of tile street letter box mails found a small sum or money lyhen he cleared out one of the letter l.i'st evening, lost this money wi to call at tbfi ms If the person who be KOcd enough BEIRA PROVINCE IN PORTUGAL MENACED BY BIG BANDS OF HUNGRY ANIMALS Lisbon, Portugal, Dec. POULTRY FOODS Bone Meal. Oyster Shell. Mica Grit. Alfalfa Leaves Ground Green bone Cracked Corn Pressed Oats, i Wheat Corn Bran, Shorts. MORDEN BENNETT PHONE 1356 13th Street North. Lethbridge 1UMOR THAT FERDINAND MAY JOIN IN WITH AUSTRIA AND ITALY Paris, Dec. is declar triple will on the body of the dead man showed thL-'proVccution" that they had not followed the good j As might have been expected, aduce. Ellis says he does not remem-; gambling bvl.nv, which was her anytlnng a ter he got off the coal: ed to the junk heap as a result oi .ram at Lethbndge on Wednesday. the quashing of recent convictions evening. MORE RUCTIONS IN CHINA Amoy, China. Dee. dis- crd'ers have broken out again at Hinghwa, north of this city, in the province of Pn-Kiet. A force of five men were amount involved, the same may bt recovered, as it is at present hi the postmaster's care. iurbances. Only i was ignored when the j brought.in, and they were all charg- j cd under the code. Bail was and the five spent the night in the cells. i "Won't yon charge us under the bylaw, asked one oi the! I '.Not this time, you was i HEALTH TOO PRECARIOUS TO JUSTIFY CAMPAIGN FOR FRENCH PRESIDENCY bes a severe de cndn- Of government troop, ,n ilHBBmj, curo there were many interested parties THY It Eeniovcs the Hair Dandruff is what starts most of the hair troubles. It stunts the croivth of tho hair, deprives it of life anj causes it to Sail out Loss of hair and Una! bald- ness, frequently considered in- evitable can both be prevented Newbro's Herpicide will do it. Herplcide is the first and or- iginal remedy compounded to kill ihe germ that causes dan- druff. It not only checks tho accumulation of dandruff, but destroys entirely tho iiny micro- Id..' groTvih which is Hio worst cnemr to good hair. Tho intcilMgonl use of New- bloV llerpicido Hives new 1'fe and Inctro to tlin'hair and keeps Hie scalp cluan and The lirst is enou-h lo convince you if its value Her- P'rido imparts a feeling of clean- liness, is very coolinir to scalp and stops tho Itching al- most instantly. Being free from oil or grease and possessing a delicate and exquisite odor. Her- piclde is a-delight to ladies of refinement. It does not "change the color of tho hair a particle. Give it a trial. The Hcrpicide Co., Dept. S., Detroit, Mich., will send a sample bottle of Herpi- cide to any address upon receipt of 10 cents in postage or silver to ccvor the cost of packing and mailing. Xcwbro's Herplcide is sold at all toilet goods counters in 50 cent and 31.00 si7es. Your deal- trill guarantee it to do as claimed or refund your money. Applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. U. HiBinbolbam Co., Spec-' .11 Agents. in the court robin. The evidence of i any idea of stand the detectives was most important ias a Presidency Detective Oldrltlpc sworn that ha at the elections. Detective Oldrltlgc swore that he end Dtcctive Arnold h.id been in-the city for three weeks. Last night they had got into conversation with Fer- guson in the Alexandra "nTTel. A little clever manocuvcring .followed and the first thing (hey knew t'.'ey were innocent ly sitting into the game in f basement of tl'C rartcr shop. Olilridge lost live dollars in an hour's play. Heardsley seemed to be the king pin of the Hindi. ihcv were playing "stud and ev- ery time the pot was sweetened over the dollar mark, the banter rockrt- ed two hits for his ovn welfare: The game was going 'merrily on nhen Oldridge excused ?nd Icit The rais was planned, and lunch! iv.js still at it when the cops ar-j rived. The case is of the utmost import-! ance ro the police for it nsanscilh-l er that (hey c.in or cannot control! gambline in I.c-lhbridge. I In ilcfensc, the CouiiEfl mdravorrd shoiv thai HIP rake-off wrs i more than sufficient to provide Hici rcfnshmont for the Ihirsty j Tl.c casr- of the rainr- up during afitriiPon were 5100 Vail Paris, Dec. Bourgeois, a former premier and the minister of labor, in tile present French cabinet, has told his friends definitely that the condition of his health forbids his entertaining any idea of standing ig --0_., i IE ished wolves yesterday devoured four cd to be about to enter the persons in the neighborhood ot a alliance, thus joining forces village 'in the province of Beira. j Austria-Hungary, Germany and Italy Large packs of the starving animals according to information riven from j have come down from the gorges of a diplomatic source to the ngaro the Sierra da Estrelc, whence they; King Ferdinand of Bulgaria who haie been driven owing to the deep was in Vienna on Thursday, is said snows and they arc terrorizing the the diplomat, on the point oi con- low country They visit lonely Sanns eluding an agreement with Austria? at night and persons travelling alone' along the roads are in constant dan- ger. A great hunt was organized yesterday by the country inhabitants in the province of Beira. More than 200 men participated and they suc- ceeded in rounding up aud killing more than 100 wolves. Eight of the hunters were badly bitten. CRANBROOK CONSERVATIVES WOULD LIKE TO SEE IT SENATOR J. D. McBRIDE lj. KINDS. 'Western Transfer Co.. Ltd. K. Fre sni 462 f, L Mcta'e Co. Electrical Dealers Aiid Contractors Phone 637 70G-3rd Avenue S., Cranbrook, Dec. a general meeting of the Cranbrook District Conservative association, the qucs- ALL BYLAWS FOR BIG EXTENSION ,tjon of one of the promised POLICY CARRIED BY LARGE MAJORITIES Winnipeg, Dec. 13.-The municipal election here today was devoid oi outside interest and quiet. The re- sults were R. Deacon, defeated cx-Aldennan Martin bv over three new senatorships for British Columbia, for South ICr.st Kaoteru-iy was the discussion of the evening. By unanimous vote it was decided to put forward the name of TWO CONVICTS CUT THROATS London, Dec. convicts un- f majority. The" hoard of control ti me ha Kew Oemes Cos! Miii f'. Mine Kun or Screenings, hy (on or rarlond lots. C, O. I onr will consist of Cockburn JIcArthur, Douglass and Midwinter. new mayor was born near Perth, Ont., and educated at Pern- broke and Toronto university. He has dons considerable engineering work in Xipissihg district and -was once city engineer at Kenora. He is1 the founder jnd manager ol the Man-! itoha Bridge and Iron Works here The aldermvn-elect are Ward four -W. H. Milton. Ward five-i-A. Skale- tar. Ward W. J. Long. The measure calling for the expen- ditiirc of il, 000.000 on new schools an.l enuii'mrnt carried. The. people of Winnipeg declared i themselves strongly in favor ot the: ohlaining of an ndcqualc supply ot waler pending the establishment ot tlic Shoal Lake syslcm, giving j bylaw a majority of I tion of other party i rttTEOinE lire' sentences in Maidstone South East Kootcnar to follow Prison, committed suicide in their cell lay. They cut their throats with a le knife made of Iron. The prison- Tf South to follow suit.' was verv strong that the rived when the claims Of Kootenay should receive ers left farewell message-- to their cal recognition at Ot-j relatives stating that they had taken I their lives in despair. NERVOUS INDIGESTION spoils the enjoyment of life. It has been demonstrated by scientific tests that BOX'RIL is a most valuable aid to digestion and the proper assimilation of food.