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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. December la, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ,5: Just Arrived, Bringing Millions of California's Finest Oranges-the "SUNKISf" Kind. On Sale All Week at Your Dealer's! Oranges for breakfast! fSONKKT Premiute s in every Simidst" Lemons, Too! The better grade of lemons are in "Sunkist" wrappers. y calling: for "Sunkist" lemons, >u avoid- -the kind that are thick- ned, and: insipid. "Sun- Is contain 50 per cent any other lemons, For of delicious, fresn, tree-ripened oranges, direct from California's fruit arrived. They will be on sale Monday morning. Your fruit dealer will supply you at a very reasonable price. The Perfect Orange Sunkist'' is not a species, size or variety is a certain grade or quality, e choicest of each of California range who produce 60% of the state's entire crop. They pack all their per- oranges under the one name, ship them by special fastfreight. It is a tree-ripened orange.. Every "Sun- kist" orange is firm, solid and sound. It is picked by a gloved hand. No orange that falls to the ground or becomes bruised or damaged in any other way, ever bears the "Sunkist" name. You Save Money by Getting "SmJciste" In addition tosbeing the finest all oranges, "Surikist" are also the most economical you. can buy.f long as you want to, Because "SunkitU" reach you in excellent Most Healthful Fruit Known Physicians now claim that'the-orange is most healthful of all fruits. Hence, it is a food that can be eaten liberally and as often as It Is inuch more appetizing and--healthful for children, men and women than candy, pastry and other too-rich Medical authorities state to counteract the meats and other" heavy- foods we eat, one should eat.orange's liberally. It is a iriown fact that orang-e juice is an .excellent food for the brain atonic1 for run-down nerves. No .better laxative than sound, ripe oranges can be foiincL Save Your ''Sunkist" By saving- your "SunHst" orange and leinoiT wrappers you-can easily" secure a full set of genuine Rogers orange spoons, dessert spoons knives. .The shown are new 1911 styles, for us. They are as. attractive and stylish as money can buy. All are Roger's qual- ity, standard A-No. 1.plate, and are; fully .guaranteed by the maker. rjSTp advertising appears on "any of our premiums. Read on the right the description of these valuable premiums and how to getthem. Refers Orange Spoon The picture shows our new 1911 design, "Sunkist" Or- ange Spoon, ac- tual size; being a genuine Rog- ers productand of the-latest style. .This spoon Trill be sent you, charg- es, packing, etc., prepaid, on receipt of 12 "Sunkist" wrappers and 12c. For each additional spoon send 12 "Sunkist" wrappers and 12 cents. Notice! Spooa Free The'picture- Shows oar new 1911 Desser.t Spoon, actual It is of the same, excellent quality and beautiful; sign as the orange but being larger and heavier is mo re valuable.; Sent to you on re- ceipt of 24 "Sun- kist" wrappers and 20c additional. For each addition- al: dessert5 spoon .send 24 "Sunkist'? [wrappers and r 20 cents. FATE OF: NEI'L KEITH Clothing of Missing Contractor Founc in Lonely Hut Winnipeg, is now little doubt as to the fate of Neil Keith, 'railroad, contractor, whose mysterious disapp_earance from his camp, near Maryfteld, south- west of Sask., caused se much Alarm about-six weeks ago. Jfoul play was at first suspected and lor several days me surrounding coun- try was scoured not only by men of me construction' gangs, but also bv members of the' Mounted Police force" without avail. Mr. Keith was in a poor state of 'Health, at the time On.all re- mittances up to 20c please send cash; on amounts above 20c, we prefer postal note, money order, express order or bank draft. Make your money order or draft payable to The California Fruit Growers' Exchange and address your letters to The California Fruit Growers' Exchange, 105 King St. East Toronto, Ont. .You can.secure these premiums with "San- tost orange .wrappers, "Sunkist" lemon BaU" .wrappers, or! If fijtgBg Red Ball" lemon wrappers. you will make it a point to buy only "Sunkist" and JledBaU" oranges and lemons, you will not only get. the finest fruits .that eco- vtr nomicaUy priced, but you will loon have enoueh complete set of the beautiful spoons and knives here Tkb Fruit Out, "SunkisfFruit Knife Js: shown Bere, actual size, It is made of special tem- pered steel heay- ily silver-plated. .teed by manu- facturer. Sent to you on receipt wrappers and 20c. For each, additional knife. .send fcist" wrappers 'and 20 cents. and it was thought that he could no Have gone so far from his location as he had evidently done. in a shanty, about seven miles from the camp, where De was last seen tnere was found last week his outer clothing, watch, chain, and other val- uables, also in the pockets. It is that Mr. Keith, in his de- lirious condition, has wandered'away and died either from drowning or ex- posure. Efforts are now being made for the establishment of further par- ticulars respecting his fate. Louis a New Hamburg, Ont. [telman, dropped dead. j The C.P.R. ha-s made its usual re- duction in the opening department at Fort William. DANGLED IN AIR ON HIGH POWER WIRE Niagara Falls Workman Held by Belt While Hands Were Seared With 2.200 Volt Current Niagara Falls.. Ont., Dec. Kiddell, lately rrom Fort William, dangled in mid-air from a forty-foot pole on a high power line, uncon- scious, and held in suspension by his leather safety belt, with bis hands bleeding and seared to the bone from a voltage shock here yesterday, had been making a connection with a live wire carrying 2.200 volts in some manner he received voltage through his body. He recover. ADOPTION OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CBEDREN Edmonton, Dec. Roman Catholic Church steadfastly holds be- tore her people the .Virgin Mother and in so doing all motherhood comes i under fler lustre. Five little children MAY YET CONTEST MRS. EDDY'S WILL George Glover is Advised U.LLIQ cnudreni "7Attorney Peabody to need of nom.es .with Catholic! 17- i r mothers. Little Annie is dark, robust, for Bigger Share ana lust at ao-o _i._ just at the age when _c learn housewifely thrift. She will be ittte reliance of some home when good 'mm. (Now en Sale) (Now on Sale) ary Ten splssdid records by the famous baad of H.M. condacted by Lieut. Mackenzie Rogan, Hoa. _____, PURPLE LABEL 1O INCH 9O CENTS EACH March.................Hall t5- Shepherds Samson and D Company foster mother trains her. eleven, is dead, Charlie is Boston, Mass., Dec. Geo. Wover, son of Mary Baker G. Eddy late head of the Christian Science church, may contest the will of his ttse he Competent, to make such an instrS of the Saturdav OI Attorney Frederick W Pea- roster fhp ioster father. Under existing circum- mS OI Attorney Frederick W Pea- stances little Mike's mother (German) who prominently in -the 3s quite unable to feed, .clothe "D'ext frimds" suit which resulted in I 3s quite unable to educate and tram a strong hungry boy of sev- and a half. Mike is dark and rath- er good looking. He is splendid mat- 'next friends" suit which resulted in the settlement by Mrs. Eddv of 000 on her son. The statement was the result of a conference Glover held ]ate today with erial, and will make a good uanaman 1-0 u ----___j is four years olfl HteTrt 7> attome? The "lad ottler that fight "for his mother's and fair We art L? ?1'.600'000 tie bulk of which, intfl deszrous of secur- it is known, has been bequeathed to H ta L Pr Fnmlr at au Christian Science church. At the aate. Then there is another Frank also were Dr. E. Foster- JJUUK -Jow rvci-C jt-votCL- with brown hair and eyes, nine years Mrs- EddJ'''s adopted son, from of age. He has been a fish out Ofi mont' and GIover's son and daugh water for some time, if he Jt was held at the Adams home in which he fits Whete after leav- assumes responsibilities ho the.Lonsyear estate in Brookline, of its exact contents. E. Foster- Eddy, Mrs.. Eddy's adopted1 son Is acting with "George W. Glover, and they are in perfect harmony. I shall not be. .saagirised to- see -ittigaisou1 stated that will settle all these many perplexing questions." Besides laying stress on- the Penn- sylvania decision, in urging Glo-'er an-d Dr. Foster-Eddy to. fight. Pea- body held -that the Christian Science'1 church no longer is competent, since; through, the peculiar nature of its bylaws, the death of Its leader leaves the directors, handicapped. The point of view of the Christian Scientists on this matter, however, set out in an official statement ;that declared that the directors have ample authority under-the church man f No final decision as to the perma- inent resting place of Mrs. Eddy will be reached until Glover and Dr." Fos- I ter-Eddr have further conferred with the Christian Science officials and have seen the plot in Mount Auburn picked out by the Christian Science officials. Berlin's ..Mayor Accused of, Securing Liquor- After :-h'ccra-v-- Dec. a sensation was created; today -when .Mayor C. C. Hahn was acquitted in the Police Court of the charge of securing" 'or obtaining liquor in the Walper House on Sunday, November 30. Proprietor Hooliinger. who had pleaded guflty to selling liquor on that'date, and Supt. is. J. Pniiup, of the Light Commissioa, who pleaded guilty to the same 'Charge as that preferred against the Mayor testified that they had not Veen his Worship take a drink, tut a cigar. Tne Mayor accounted for his in the hotel by the reason that he wat m search of Town Clerk aiiltar, and was at the time invited to a room' on the fourth floor- to take a drink He swore he had refused, taking a, ci- gar. On this evidence the case dismissed. ie and Peabody stated that the Glovers j would not return to Lead, S. D 'un- it will soon be Christmas. Let Mrs- Eddy's will is probated and >pe that before the of December {he has settled on a course of action, each of these children' will have not I said that he had advised only a rosary Of his and her own but! GIover to make application To the a warm fireside and foster parents iMlddleSex county court for letters of! who will recognize and cultivate th on Mrs. Eddy's es- :y and strength of character, the that Mrs> The Superintendent of Neglected Jhildren, Edmonton, will be glad to give full particulars concernin" cwwren to prospective foster Brents! FLED FROM DAMASCUS HAREM Girl Who Soupht Refuge ;n America Will Be Deported -New York, Dec. March Hobelia tne Greek girl wbo arrived here from that the deed of settlement is so in- j volved as to be contrary to public j policy and that ihe will is invalid be- i cause oi Mrs. Eddy's incompetency to Moreover, Peabody advised that the gift made hy Mrs. Eddy to the Chris- wan Science church itself inval- id, inasmuch as the supreme court of Pennsylvania has already adjudicated that the teachings of Christian Sci- ence are contrary to public policy. "Mr. Glover is giving this whole matter -very serious said Peabody. "All that J can say There are a great many places aad occasions when the possibility of get- ting extra heat .immediately effects an economy by decreasing the discomfort of-the worker. In the of ice, in theearly morning or late at night, before or after the steamheat is on, it is of importance to have extra hear. In O butside office, in the shipping room, in the checker's shack, on exposed lofts, in railroad stations, in studios, the be deported tomorrow. Her case was appealed to Washington, and adverse Decision came today, classing her with the undesirables. The girl came here a rellow-countryman who, assisted her to He, too, bft believe that he will take such legal action as will fully safeguard ami pre- serve his interests in the enormous fortune which his mother accumulate is often a necessity. rt ;s safe nnd odorless Annlv tow quyof spreader, which 'prevents the durable6 aurtoie, -i, is- finishcc? in J'aPan or nfckel- Ir is built for service, yet light arid ornamental. ed. will remain on the'scene until mother's will is offered- for pro- bate, so that ae may inform ;