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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGK DAILY -HFHALH Fresh, Delicious recti onery In Fancy Boxes Baskets and Novelties Extensive Assortment of Home Made Confectionery in Bulk QUALITY GUARANTEED ochon Bros. HEADQUARTERS FOR Xmas Confectionery The Famous The Lamp with Diffused Ligrd should alvays be used "where several people sit, because Ir does sot strain the eyes of those sitting far from it. The Rayo Lamp Is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light. Every detail that increases is light-giving value has been included. The Rayc is a low-priced lamp. YOG mar or cvea lor other lamps and get a inore expensive contain you cannot get a. berter light the Rayo gives. This season's Rajro has a neir and strength- ened bnrner... A strong, durable shadc-GoTder keeps the shade on arm shd true. Easy to ieen .polished, it is nude of solid brass, in nicScl. Once a. Rayo User, Always One. Dealers Soeryo'ntrt. If at jours, yrjff fir dt iirixiar fo ike xecrtsi agsnty of the Tfee Imperial Oil Cempaay MAY APPOINT ADMISSION To Investigate the Belle- vue Disaster-Confer- ence Today ROBS HIS BANK TO GAMBLEINT1IBER Tacoma Embezzler Ad- mits he Abstracted the Sum of Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 22. Before United States Commissioner S. D- a commission to investigate [Bridges todav, a warrant was sworn the Bellejue disaster. A conference j 6ut for of Joseph Frank is at Edmonton this after- s for nine Tears Bayittg teller noon, when the decision will be reach- j b of Commerce in e [this citv. The complainant is Chester Genu--al Mitchell I oi the bank, and the to Edmonton for the purpose of set charges the' embezzlement of vrhich havo arisftn by Fuhrmaa. The -warrant was given by United States Chief Deputy Marshal Prank L. Crosby, for service, but at .-a late hour Fuhrman had not; been his arrest -within a'few hours, is. a He -will, be arraigned be- fore Commissioner Bridges tomorro'w. Edmonton, Dec. is a pos- sibility of the Alberta Government ap- pointing HOPEFUL FOR RECIPROCITY 'Americans Evidently Think There is a Good i Chance for Treaty Toronto, Dec. special to The Evening Telegram New iork, Dec. Tribune's Wash- ington special says: "In preparation lor negotiations of Canadian reproc- ity, President Taft held an. extended conference today with Secretary Knox and Chandler Anderson, coun- sellor of the state department, who was recently appointed to the place made vacant by the death of Henry H. Hoyt. Prospects for a successful issue of the negotiations are brighter at pres-' ent than they have been at any other: time since the subject was brought up in connection with the tariff agree- ment by which Canada obtained min- imum rates under the Payne-A'ldrich law. So far no such obstacles have. arisen. President Taft's efforts to pave the way for the negotiations have: been unusually successful and there: nas been much' evidence of a. respon-j sive feeling in Canada. Negotiations will be taken up .directly with the! Canadian representatives early in; January. FOUGHT ICE TAKING THE! R OWN MEDICINE Another of the series of Slater Shee advertisements now appearing in the United States papers is reproduced in. tnts issue. T-he advertising is in- cisive and clever, and the points are wen taken. At the. Slater Shoe offices it was learned that enquiries for the Slater Shoe agencies had been received al- ready from nearly every state in the Union, The Massachusetts shoe man- ufacturers do not like it. They ob- serve Tvith a shrug, and ascribe the reason to the adage that "far-off fields looJc green." But to those -who cncw tlje sterling quality, coupled the bright style of the Slater Shoe, the invasion of the American markets -by this enterprising Canad- ian house Is 'a fact can- not -be dismissed an epigram. The "Sign of the Slate" on the Slater Shoe is looted upon as one of the most valuable trade rsarkr. in LXJ The deialcation is_ decidedly unique Ms by-mistake the in banking annals, in that Fuhrman stole not for wine and women, or to gamble or speculate-in. stocks, but in- stead succumbed to the lure of the lumber industry and stole the money to buy timber" lands, logging outfits and a little sawmill, his investments being mostly very conservative. Kis shortage quickly discovered by the bank's officers. on 'the river i conducted. in Selkrk hospital, with a row of patients in their cots for audience. The crown was represented by R. P.' Graham, of the attorney generals department. i Hoczuluk is expected to live, although in a critical condition. PARCEL POST ,WOULD Qrows.. Hair Abundantly S.AV.E U. 000 J D.'C.. Dec. par- cel post wtll be one ol the most im- portant subjects that the present Con- gress will have to'.deal -with and the This" is an age of new discoveries, To grow hair after it has fallen out today "is reality. champions of this the Great Hair .Tonic and fident that some definice steps will be; Dressing, will positively 'create a new taken -toward--the establishment of lgjOwtn the_ ward "room" of the tuis system before Congress adjourns 'Q have head VANSTONE'S GRIEF PITIFUL TO BEHOLD AVIATOR COLLIDED WITH A CHIMNEY Paris, Dec. when the Belgian aviator Lanser undertook to make the round trip between Paris and Brussels for a prize of S20.000, to i the one who would make the trip in the shortest time, he met with a j peculiar accident. In the dense fog i he lost sight of the ground and start- ed going in the opposite direction to waat he thought he was going. Suddenly he crashed into a brick cfiimney which broke down. The machine was injured, and finally wob- bled into a tree out of which the av- iator and his companions fell to the ground, to find themselves on a de- serted island in the midst of the Hood-swollen Seine. They signalled for and were soon roscued. Goderich Child Murderer Demands Last Look at Dead Body of Local Union No 3-lS, of the United HIS Boy Association of Plumbers, Steamfitters Bee. 22.-A large crowd anci SteamSsiers Helpers, held its We in attendance at the second annual banquet last evening in Cuiieral of nttle Freddie Vanstone yes- the new banquet room in the Oddlel- j terday afternoon. Scores of people lows" Hall. The menu was a long viewed the bodv and a crowd lined the one. Oysters on Floor Plates, Smudge street to see the passing of the funeral and puuy, Brass Ferrules, Oakuin at one o'clock to Colborne cemetery Dressing, Mixed Nuts, Bolts and Rev. Mr, Wsdd had charge of the fun- Screws, Black Oil 'and Smoke Test eral. ALL STRIKERS TO BE RE-INSTATED Toronto, Dec. G.T. 3, employees here have re- ceived word from their repre- sentatives in Montreal that all strikers will be reinstated by January 1st. There are'' about 275 jot these. The. fact that both President Taft, freefrorn Dandruff, .use SAL- in message, and Postmaster General Hitchcock Jtn annual-report have recommended .the" rural parcels VIA. dnce''a day and watch the results. i is guaranteed to atop fall- post has greatly strengthened and re3tore the hair to Its hopes and they believe, that it only a system is establiehed in the rural dia- tricts.-it will only be. a.short time be- fore it is made "general. MR. MURRAY NOT -AWARE OF DEPOSIT. N. H. Murray, proprietor of the Al- _ exandra. Hotel, wishes the Herald to natural color. The greatest hair vigor Sold by the Alberta Drug Co. DOESN'T AGREE WITH COMMISSION IDEA In talking over certain municipal matters with C. G. K. Nourse, manager of the Bank of Commerce, Sir, Nourse ve it as his opinion that it is grave figuring as the tastiest dish- es. J. Delbin acted as .toastmast'cr. The toast list and program of songs was as follows: Blind V. Pear- son. The toast of "The "The United respond- ed to by Bro. S. Atkinson. The father, George -Vanstone, who has been in jail since the tragedy, ask- ed to be allowed to see the body before its burial, but was not given tie oppor- tunity. Since his incarceration he has i fully realized his position and his sor-: row is pitiful. I He was before P. M. Hunter for a j hearing Friday evening, but -told noth- ing which did not agree with his wife's coroner's jury. He TO CONDUCT THE MAJESTIC state for him that no deposit whatever mistake to have a commission appont- ed by the citato deal with moral ques- tions: In seeking-a solution of this question they .are -trying to solve one which has baffled, legislators lor over 2000 years, and it is his belief that the commission will be..of no service. Mr. Nourse suggests that, instead of, appointing the commission, as suggest ed by Chief Gillespie that they get the report of the evidence taken before a commission similar to the- one sug- .gested, at -Winnipeg; The question, in ies who -claim to. have- R, i his judgment, is getting: too'much noL- jbut that it all, j who ai-aouncvd last Monday that they j had purchased the; Alexandra Hotel from him. If any'deposit has'been paid to anybody by the parties in ones tion, he lias not .seen a cent ol iL Neither has he given an option to any parties whatever for the sale of the hotel, as "said in. same quarters. _ He says he has' q.uoted his prke and (terms to dit'i'erent who were after part-j DISAPPOINTMENT are you disgusted, Dennis? "I just hesr-rd wan man call another g. liar. And the man thax was called a liar said the other man would have to' apologize or there would be a fight" "And why should that make you look so "The other man apologized." M. Eoberts and H. Herbert were nominated yesterday by the Liberals j and Nationalists respectively for the vacancy in St. John's for the Quebec A child three years old was burned to death, and four other members of j a family were injured in a fire that I destroyed a residence in the French quarter of Cobalt. tkebestknc-wruo modern medicine the active principle which makes so nroch better than ordinary physics. rfxarcagWy effedJre, 'Jwy never pipe, purge or cause nausea, and never lose their cffectlvcoeas. One of lhe best of the NA-DRU-CO line. 2Sc. a box. If your druggist has yet stocked them, scad 2So. aad mail them. -23 QUEEN MOTHER TO HAVE THRONE, TOO One Will be Ready for Her st ticm on Left Side of King George London, Dec. interesting feature of King George's coronation j will be the provision of a third throne jfor Queen Alexandra. This will be placed on the left of the King's cor- onation chair, Queen Mary's being on the right. The two Queens' chairs will be identical in height and each will be two steps lower than that of the King. Westminster Abbey will be closed to the from tho middle of Feb- ruary when it will be handed over to the office of works. When this takes place a complete transformation in the interior of the building will begin. "The responded to bv story before F- wirb ThP Wirk On and was consigned again to the jail to F. Hick, oi the Hick-SeW Co., and awa-t fte decislon o, the corouer's jury, which meets again this afternoon and will decide whether or not he will stand trial as a sane man or as -tem- porarily insane when he committed the crime. the Hick-SeW Co., and i J. Bradshaw, ,of the Wm. Head, Co. Walker. "The responded to by In- spector Variance.. Song "Dear Home T. Cameron. "The responded to by V. Pearson. C. West- ley. responded to by C. Westley. Pvead'ing from "Songs of a Sour- iy V. Pearson. Watson. "God Save the and "Atrtd orowgut to a close a most enjoyable evening. Hon. S. Fielding has returned-- to Ottawa, and is very much improv- iu. ucazcn. SAW MILL MACHINERY Would you not like to con- vert that tract of timber you have into cash? Our light portable mills will do it for you and our prices are reasonable. If you have a large tract let us furnish you with a medium size stationary mill. Full particulars regarding capacity and prices on re- quest. THE STUART MACHINERY CO.. LIMITED 764 Main St., Winnipeg. Harry Cleveland, manager of the Brown Amusement Co., is confident that he will conduct the Majestic The atre for the next two and perhaps five years, which, if correct, will end Leth bridge's little theatrical war. A month or so ago Mr. Cleveland se- cured from Samuel Griffith, oE Couttsi proprietor of the theal-re, a two years' lease with the option oi taking it for three years more, but the lease was made subject, however, to a tentative lease obtained a day previously by W. B. Sherman, the Calgary theatrical man. Mr. Sher- man's agreement with Mr. Griffith's agents provided that he was to make his deposit ten days before the end of the present month, T'r.ic would it to either the 20th, or 21st of t-be month at the latest. In Hie meantime Mr. Cleveland held here the 'advance agent of the Stan- ford Dodge Co., who wish to play in Letnbridge early next month. Last night Mr. Cleveland wired Mr. Grif- fith and the reply he received is what ma'ces him joyful an-d' convinces him that he is to be tile Majestic's man- ager. Mr. Griffith's telegram he could make all arrangements for all companies at once. Acting on this. Mr. Cleveland has booked the San- ford' Company for several nichts, commencing Jan. 2, the Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., a shoit while after that and several other first-class com- panies later. In order to get you to-try Oranges and "Si kist" Lemons and thus learn their ex- cellent quality, we free t beautiful Rogers Orange Spoon here pic- J of Tviuppers and" 12c-to cover charges, packing, etc. You will fad both "Sunkist" Oranges and Lemons at nearly e-very "dealer's, ipackedjn in dividual paper wrappers that bear one of the trade- marks shown below. If they are not packed thus, they are not the kind, but an inferior frui "Suiikist" Oranges Choicest Fruit "Sunkist" Oranges are California's tree-ripened, firm and solid. All are hand- choicest select inspected picked. No fallen, bruised or over-ripa crop of 5.000 No other oranges. Each is a perfect orange is so sweet, rich and juicy. They specimen, as delicious as if plucked fresh are thin-skinned, seedless, fibreless, from the tree. "Simkist" LsmOtlS OUIUUSl sound. "Sonkist" Lemons: arc so juicy that two ot them so farther than tnree ot aay otoetScind, in the preparative o: desserts, sauces and m temperance drinks. Tell dealer you want "Sun- kist" Oranges and Lemons. Rudyard Kipling has written to the people of Medicine Hat advising them j to keep their name, saying that it -has1 special advantages as it echoes of the old Cree and Blackfeet traditions, and of the mystery and romance that once Tilled the prairies. Save the Wrappers SUS Inre- mittinir. send cash when the araonnt is lets 20c: on amounts above 20c. wo prefer postal money ordtr i-x orderorbantdraft. rappers on preminins. Address CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS ;