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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Dcfcnil>ei* Ifi, 1012. rm: LETTITllUDGE DAILY HERALD Was Hit Over the Head and it Looked Serious for Him Whl9key asnto did Its deadly work last Saturday ovoiiing when at tho Uoyal Collieries about ten o'clock Slnioii Klalmuk, waa badly beaten up about the head and body, with tho result that he remains unconHclous from that hour until about seven o'clock yopterdajr moriting, As a re-Hult Ilorsinl Kllmuk, a' miner lies In the guard room at the Mounted Police barracks on the charge of assault. Last Saturday was pay day at the Collieries and It Is believed that some of tho miners began to liven things up, although not without tho aid of the wJil-sUey fiend. Anything which would make a dent Jn a man's head was used and the upsliot o' it was that a typical Donybrook hold the T3oards| Kllmuk Is accused of cracking Klahmik over the cranium, as the latter dropped like a log and lay, to ail appearances dead. Ur. Kose of Coalhurst wag called in and lost no time in giving the wounded man all the attention necessary. Things looked pretty black for a time, but a sign of relief went up when Klalmuk leturned to consciousness yosterdiiy morning. He is still, bowevor, in a serious condition, and Is under tho constant care oiC the doctor at Coalhurst. Home Rule Bill Passed Safely (Continued from tront page). seems no near than ever it was to realizing its pictured glories, though onicthing like $!t,OUO,000 has hfcn )aid into the treasury for the privi-ege of licking stamps and in little more than a month the beaeflts are tistcnsihly to accrue. As a matter of tact the doctors are �till practically unanimous against working in the interest. Balloting on tlic question has been going on and of the fifty-eight sections- of the British Medicad Association that so > Car have reported only one has voted in tavor of the government. Dairy Company Will Build (Continued from tront page). Was i|G50, Now - $500 Was $875, Now - $298 2� Was $475. Now  9328 Many Enthusiastic Buyers Attend the MASON & RISCH REMOVAL SALE NEVER in the history of Lethbridge have there been such wonderful bargains offered in Pianos, Organs and Player Pianos. Pianos that sell regularly for $475 are going in this Removal Sale at $328, You have only to examine the quality to appreciate the saving you can make by purchasing during this great sale. Every Instrument Backed by Our Unlimited Guarantee THE REASON:-'0\xx new store on 5th St. will not be finished before our present lease expires, consequently every Piano in our present stock must find a home regardless of profit to us. Don*t delay, the opportunity of a life-time awaits you to own one of Canada*s most famous Pianos, at a saving from $100 to $150 while the balance of this stock lasts. Easy terms of payment if desired. 17 Western Branches Factories at Toronto MASON & RISCH, Ltd. Lethbridge Store, Dominion Block Store Open Evenings During This Week always in a wholesome condition. The demand for homogenized m;llk has been steadily increasing in tho west, and the company expects to make this one of the features of their business. Tn butter making, which is carried on hero moat extensively in tho summer months, there Is a growing demand for cold stoiage. Hut the demand for this sort of plant Is also very keen in other lines of business. Lethbridge at present Is without a cold storage plant for public use, and It is the intention of tho company to supply this demand, and they will accordingly build to meet the require ments of a city of 75,000 population. It will be made available for all meat markets, merchants, and wholesale produce- dealei's, not only in Lethbridge, but In the surrounding country which can best be covered from Lethbridge. The creameries in tho south need a plant of this description in Lethfjrldgo. In August last one cream ory within 0 Omlles of Lethbridge, shipped ten tons of ljutcer to tho cold storage house a.t Calgary because there was not a plant available closor. There seems to be no doubt that the plant will be a success, and the fact that the dairymen themselves are behind it la assurance that It will receive the support of those who can supply the raw material. At present New Zealand butter Is being used A Few Days (ieglecled Gold -A tile Tiir.e ol Regret The fault may be yours if your child's cold ends with a fatal illness. Your duty is plaiu. Use the most effective remedy at the first sign of danger. Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil is known to be absolutely safe and sure. It drives the cold away and begins a tissue making and body building �work that makes other attacks less probable. Large bottle ;s5c. For �nlr liy all dralprs, Malllirn's !''eivirif Pnu-'icr* shniiUl be taktn J. I,. M.illilfi Co., Micrhniok:-, ijii-. (C) DISTRIDUTOnr. FOR WESTERN CANADA Folsy Bros., Larson & Co,, Inc., WinnipeQ. Ktlmonton, Vancouver, taii-: '.con in Lethbridge In large quantities. The propaganda for mixed farming and the erection of a creamery here would indicate that this condition will not much longer exist, 'and the new project is sure to receive the whole-iiearted support of every householder in Lethbridge and vicinity. During the summer the Reglmbal Bros, have been busy laying the foundation for such a company, and had applied to the Board of Trade for a site on the industrial subdivision, work to start next spring. However these gentlemen are behind the new company, and will give their whole support to the project. They have had exi)erlenco in tho business which will aid greatly in making the Lethbridge Creamery Co., Ltd., a success. Bigamy Charge ___ AgainstHim (Continued from front page). Chief Davis has wired Chief Cuddy that Dodds is In custody and It Is expected a man from the Calgary force will be in the city tonight to take the prisoner back to stand prellmlmiry trial. It was later learned on enquiry at the hotel that Mrs. Dodds, No. 2. was Mrs. Robinson up till three weeks ago. The couple wore married in Calgary at a public wedding within three blocks of Dodds' homo. There was quite a family gathering In the police station during tho afternoon when Mrs. Robinson, ono of her near relations, a close relation of the original Mrs. Dodds, and the accused man himself, held a confab in the cell corridors. E DEAD IN SHACK LABORER DEAD SEVERAL DAYS BEFORE DISCOVERED-BAK. ER'S DRIVER FORCED DOOR receiving no response opened It and ' wont in, only to find Rhelndl In a partially clothed condition lying on the floor dead. The baker at once notified the Mounted Police who in turned telephoned Coroner Higinboth-am. The dead man's shack was thereupon visited and subsenuontly X>r. Campbell was called in. The result of the medical examination revealed the fact that the deceased came to his death from natural causes. It was the opinion of tho doctor that the deceased had been dead for several days. Tho dead man was at one time in the employment of R. Addlsoii, a former undertaker of this city. Latterly however, ho worked for the natural gas company, although for some weeks past he had been unable to work, owing to 111 health. The re-j mains are being held at Fetterly's undertaking parlors pending the funeral arrangements. BANKERS APPROVE CHINESE LOAN London, Dec. 16.-The Standard understands that at the confsrenoe in London on Saturday, tho six-Power group of bankers were unanimously of the opinion that subject to modification ot detail, the Chinese loan proposals afford a suitable basis for negotiations. .;. : i> > � ? TO BELT THE WORLD ? Erbad Rhelndl, a laborer about fifty live years of age, was found dead in h'-P tihack ou "Wostmlnstor Road, Stafford Village, lust Saturday afternoon. Tho (lliicovery was madn by a baker who Uuil been in lUe habit of dcllvor-ini; bread at dm diccuned's pi'ice. it Ki'onisi iliat liiHt Tuesday afternoon llic biikor (.'iilU'd at lllipindl's slnck and Icl'i an order oV hreiid. Last Sul-iird;iy iii'lisnioon l.lic huknr piikt a su;o-oiul iisit. Ue tapi'fd uu Iho door and Local agent S. B. Mitcliell, ot tho C. P. R., has received word ? from tho head office ot the �: company, that, commencing oh pany. The trip will start in Kngland, travelling easterly to > llong Kong, and stopping at > places of interest on the route. : From Hong Kong passengers � will b? brought via C. P. R. Pa-: clfic beats to Vancoiiver, over-: land through Canada to Mon-: trcal on tho C. P. R. system, > and then over tho Atlantic on ? the C. P. R. lines. Tho trip �fW(|a 69 ;