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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JFrlday, Pweiitlwr 20, 19.12 111 It A T n D PRICES MBS LEFfl FIRE UNPWIED OPERA HOUSE IN NANTON BURN- AS TO ITS ORI- GIN -LPurity in food, lower cost of these are the demands of the day. Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We can- not have health without healthful food. The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods- biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry when perfectly made from wholesome ingredients. Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these foods iir specially attractive, appetizing and wholesome form, and for both economic and hygienic reasons, such foods should be more largely substituted for meat in the daily diet. But bear in mind that alum, or unwholesome baking powder, can never make pure, wholesome food. -Vanton, .Mia., Dec. broke out in the Van Camp ojiera hous? shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon and in a few minutes HIK entire struc- ture was wiped out ny the Ilames. The upper storey of tin.-' building was used as an opera house and assem- bly hall and the ground floor hy Win- die Bros., agents (or Uccring machin- ery. The loss is covered by insur- ance, it is understood. The cause of the fire is not known, but it fg lieved to have been due to the fact that when the hall was vacated by a party of dancers last night, the fire in the store was left burning. It was not looked after "today arid it is thought that the over-heated stove set fire to the adjacent woodwork. The building is owned by Mr. Gun- ther, of Medicine Hat. You Ordered Your CHRISTMAS TURKEY OF 10 Hi FOR HUMY WILL SPEND THE WEEK ON THE .VIRGINIA GOLF LINKS WHERE IS HARRY PARKER? Moose Jaw, Bask., Dee. H. W. 31.. P. have been asked to locate tarry Parker, aged tour, who is be- Ilieved to have been kidnapped from .-ills mother, Mrs. jtf. E. Cole, of. Fargo, K.D, The Parkers were divorced two' years ago, and Mrs. Parker, who .'eince married again, was Kiven charge o? the cbild. She asserts her former .husband has brought him 'to S'aska- toon. ,'j MR. BARCLAY'S FUNERAL Montreal, Dec. body of V D. .Barclay, late general manager c the eastern lines for the C.X.R., cam in by the Grand Trunk Railway tf night, on its way from California t Oampbellton, X.B., where the fnnera is to take place tomorrow. The ca in which the body lay, is a mass o flowers from railway-friends and, as soeiates. Gifts! Gifts! Handsome gifts. Useful gifts. Yotir friends will get plenty of both. A suggestion: Something for them to enjoy while they're opening up the other things. Ldwney's Chocolate Bon-Bbns! Centres of fruits, nuts, spices arid cream. Coatings of a chocolate blend Made in our Montreal factory where- everything is.spic; and span; No Christmas gift can be tastier than LcAvriey's. CHOCOLATE M. Lowncy Co. of Canada, Lid., Montreal ORANUM FARMER WILL SPEND LIFE LEISURELY IN SOUTH- ERN CALIFORNIA Granum, Dec. natural gas las been turned on in town and is giving much satisfaction so The stork visited the home of Mr. mil Mrs. Victor Smith on and left a bouncing boy. Carl Jacobson bought out Dolan's j ray. line. Mr. Jacobsou has also ncd a livcrv. Frank Gaudette, who for the last wo years has been manager for he Grannm Drug Co., took over the usincss for himself on Dec. 1st. The local l.O.O.F. reorganized here ast night. .About twenty-nine new icmbcrs were added to the, list. lany members from Macleod were hand. After (lie session the oys proceeded to the oncr.i house here a big spread was awaiting Ottawa, Dec. Borden left the capital this evening for a holiday trip which will extend over the Christmas and New Year holi- day period. He go'es to New York where he will spend a clay or two. Mr. Bordeu declined to say where he would proceed to York !jut ifc is understood that lie will holiday at Hot Springs, Va. He was accompanied by Mrs. Bordeu. During his absence, Hon. Geo. E. Foster will be acting premier and will preside over cabinet; meetings. It is expected, however, that only matters of routine T.ill be disposed of during-, -the premier's holiday, more particularly as several of the cabinet ministers will be out of tha city. During the recess the estimates for the fiscal year, which commences on April 1, will: be finally prepared: They will be submitted" to parlia- ment shortly after the house meets. Apart from a small, number of members who will spend, their holi- days in the are few who have not already left Ottawa for the holidays. Practically all of the. western mem- bers of the commons "got away last evening and the majority oi thoss representing eastern constituencies. Those who did not go left today's trains. Santa Brought, Living Turkeys To Us! Your Turkey For Xmas Santa Living Turkeys To Us! Is still Alive Is Young It was raised in Southern Alberta Costs no more than the cold storage kind Will be delivered when desired LEWIS OF WEST HURON WOULD HAVE ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE REPORTED ON Just like living in -the country if you get your MEATS and POULTRY from us. We have Moose, Bear and Rabbit, Ducks, Chickens, Veal, Mutton, Prime Beef, Oysters, every kind of Sausage, and everything on -the Market DELANY'S 4th Ave. S. Phone 452 Across the Corner from the Court House Boh Ilennan, a. local farmer liv- g north of here, lias sold ids place and stock for Mr. Herman and family will move in a month to California, where they will reside in future. "Daddy" Marsh, o oldest citizens, is on From all reports lie is slowly re- covering. Frank Daley, brother .to the local hotel proprietor, returned irom.thc homestead today. Mr. Chambers, manager ot Hie loc- al branch of the Hank of Commerce, is being Iransierrec! to Manitoba oil the first of the year. K. Hubbart, sales manager of the Canadian Natural Gas was ir. town this week straightening out a lot of trouble in connection with ths Piping of some, of the places in town Owing to alleged faulty piping a man who claimed to lie an expert s-jveral householders will have to pay llic piper over again. Tho work has het'n condemned. Ottawa. Dec. 13.-0n the eve of the adjournment of the house Mr. K. X. Lewis, Conservative. Oi VYest Hur- on, gave notice that he would move for the appointment of a comnflllec of the house to inquire -into the mat- tcr of safety of the St. Lawrence oi (Iranuin's I route. The resolution is as follows: 'he sick list, j Whereas, the "navigation oi the gulf land river SI. Lawrence has been safe, barring negligence, in ilie opin- ion of this house, a committee of the house should appointed for them to investigate the system oi, ami aids to navigation now in use on the, St. Lawrence River and Gulf oi .St. Lawrence and a comparison made of the same with those in use on Great Lakes and connecting riv- ers of same. A report to he matlc of such invcstigatioi sion." LITTLE DAMAGE- ON ROv. MOUNTAINS FOREST RE- SERVE THIS SEASON Duri-ag the season of 1912 there havs been no dangerous fires within either j the Brazeitii or Athabaska forests of' the Ttocky Mountains forest reserve. There have been a -few small fires along the new railways under con- itruction within the B.-azean reserve, caused by negligence on the part of contractors, but throughout the sea- son the weather conditions have been EO favorable that the danger of seri- ous fires was almost negligible. The Brazeau and Albabaska forest THE IN M President Frank M. Ryan and other officials of the Iron Workers' union had violated the federal statute pro- hibiting the carrying of the explos- ives on- passenger trains, and .that the government had based its charges chiefly upon the admissions of tho dynamiters. COUNSEL FOR DYNAMITERS I T, BLAMES IT ALL ON ARAS AND McMANIGLE j from the stand, "because this same l-McManiga! js an admitted thief; "who testified in court that he. stole l.sno LOVED HER SO WELL WOULD SHOOT ,HER Seattle, Dec. Tiptop aged 211, was sentenced today to 83 days in thq city sloekade. Ho was ar- resled on Sunday night at tho door ot Miss .Mabclle Rondeau, with whom he was infatuated, and 'who had re- fused to marry him. When ho rails the doorbell of tho! Rondeau homo he carried a leaded I pistol, and in his pocket were letters! to his parents and the mother of Miss Rondeau, the letters telling the rca-! son which bat! led him to slay Miss j fomieau and himself. Young Tiptou when in Portland veek told hie brother what bo tiosed to do. and the brother telegraph- ed to the Seattle police. When Tipton inado his farewell call j last Sunday night, a large pollccmr.ii' to inn door, instead or Miss Ma- belle. CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES d last i pur- I are the tw.o northerly divisions of the large Hocky Jlountain forest reserve, and, with proposed additions, consti- tute over one-third the total area of i the HocUy Mountains forest reserve at' the-next ses- on the eastern slope of the Rocky j Mountains, or about four and a Iialf million acres. The office of thn fore liiiiiiiiiapoiis, luil.. Dec. the McNamara brothers and Ortie E. :s AlcManigal, "tho confessed dynamit- pounds Of dynamite and hid it. 'lie shed jf unsuspecting i< Tiffin, Onio." PCI- pound PRUNES, Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per .MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound As from j Uonic s! ear ulili PO .Soo was ialun Hi to the !0 Ibs. SUGAR for 3EST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib..... APPLES, PER 3uX 10c lOc 20c 30c 20e 15c Special 20c __ _.-est supervisor of those reserves is now situated within the Rrazean reserve, at .Vile 37, of the Alberta Coal branch, 40 miles southwest of Edson, the first divisional point on the main Hue of the G. T. P.. Hallway, 150 miles west of Edmonton. During 1he Reason ofj who in the name of labor im- ions committed crimes against civilisation revolts, but in which j labor unions took no Chester H. Kruni, arguing to the jury in tlis "dynamite trial' today, rested the responsihiiitv for the scr- ---------v ies of explosions which" the forty de-H' ami a salary will PUTTING ON FRILLS Saskatoon, Bee. Saskatoon is to have a public library and temporary premises will bo secured at once. It was decided yesterday to advertise icndanis are charged with having Mr. Kruni, associated with V. S. Scmitor .lolin Kern, TJS counsel for the defense, toll] the jury the be offered. .jovermnrnt had failed to show that Joseph at Berlin, pleaded' not guilty when charged with an at- tempt to asphyxiate himself. 1012 tbero have been fit'leen, forest I jJJ! rangers in all stationed at points over the two reserves. This, of course, ia a very inadequate for such large area. Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 3fi4 PLOT TO DYNAMITE THE DENVER MldT Denver. Col., Dec. plot ta dy. r.amife the Denver niiut, where ap- proximi'tBly is stored, was frustrated by the discovery of the plans two weeks ago on the floor of the imblic comfort station, near the Federal building. It became known today that plans bad been turned over to Federal officials, and that Washington auth- orities had ordered tJie doubling of the gaardii ai. the mint. H bad been, planned to v.-rucl! the buildinc with! nnro-giyct-rlne. Xothlng tendiiig to] identify the conspirators has been found. dislrict i'rad township, Is closed, owins !o a fever eiiiii-.niic. THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is.Where you Gtet The Most of the Best for the Money 'This is the Place. We are headquarters XMAS CONFECTIONERY L AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor Phone 1078 WALTER MORGAN, Manager ;