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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, TnK-LETVintKrDOE DAILY HERALD For Sewing and Reading gives a clear, steady light, soft and mellow; tha ideal lamp, ac- to best authorities, for all work requiring close attention ot (far superior to gas and Lamp Lighted without removing chimney or shade. Easy to clean ind rewick. Inexpensive. Economical. Mads in various styles, and (or all IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY. Limited WINNIPEG ST JOHN TOHONTO MONTREAL HALIFAX A coroner's jury censured Georue i; 1 topic, hoielkeeper at Lisbon, On for supplying liquor to Dougall Fo rest, who was and wl died from exposure on the road ho fell from his wagon. IF I HAD ECZEMA I'd simply wnsli It nwny with tin soothing liquid, D. D. D. Prescription Tho very lirat drops instantly stop thi awful itch. have sold many otht reinedlCB for skin trouble, but not] iluit could personally yecommoii iii) wu do tho D.D.D. Prescription. Bettor try a bolt.lo at onco on ou personal advice. Jackson Co 'PRATING. OF iLL KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. C.P.R. Frolghl li63; 462 THE iieeh's Boyal View, Alberta (5 miles north of L-ctlibridge) Electric Light. All Modern Conveniences. R. C. RTHSIMMONS. PROP. PHONE 1624 Your Credit Is Tills Home-made Cough Syrup WillSurprlse You Even Whooping Cough Quickly. A Kimlly Supply at Small Cost. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIOI Hero Is a home-nifldo remedy that Ukca livid of a cuugh inBtatitly, ami will usual- ly cure tho most stubborn cuso 111 21 hours. This recipo niakoa 11; onouKh for a whule family, You couldn't Police in Doubtful Mood are _If j Mis two cups of KKinulateil Closely Watching Sus- picious Parties with one cup of warm water, ami stir two min- utes. J'ut ounces of (flay cents' worth) In a bottle, and add tho Sugar Syrup, This keeps pcr- feC'Jy and has a. jtlcasaul lllio It. Braces up the appetite and la slightly laxative, which lieips end a You prolwbly know Hie medical value of pine In treating ustluna, bronchitis and other throat troubles, sore lungs etc Theie Is nothing Potter, fines is Hie NEW METHODIST CHURCH WILL BE ORNAMENT TO THE CITY On Tuesday afternoon last the ten- ders for the new Wesley church were accepted and awarded as follows For. the general Bros, iiul Wilson, heating, plumb- ig and ventilating, Davidson JNIt-tal 'o., Description of New Church The new building will consist of ho main church .auditorium with allcry, vestry, choir room, with a i Sunday Kuhool adjoining, consisting j f main hall about sixty feut fii- y feet with gallery and with in- -uils' class rooms at front and lad- parlor and kitchen at rear. Easy CCCSH to the Sunday school is ob- .aincil from the church by two en- ranees, unc in front and one at the ,7 f.The main entrance to tho .but tbl liurch and Sunday school are from aim ne pro' oiirth Ave. There will be a side Claiming that ho was held up at tho muzzle or a revolver hi tho hands of a desperate character, P. Trimble, recently arrived from Mooso Jaw, and entered the police station last night about 7.30 and laid a complaint. So Norway white pine extract, rich in Kuliil. to no ono suspected of the, ffiYoS been apprelioiidod by (ho police In tlila formula. and they aro'nol Inclined to put full results from nils Inoipcn- t i ,i fllvo romcuy liavfi martfi frk-nijH for It !n "reuenco in Jrmibles Elory IIB lie was j thousands of homes In tho United states 11 an intoxicated condition when he j and Canada, whldi exjilain-i why tho odsod his complaint with Inapec- orion' but "evcr or. Detective KroninR has been work- 'ng on the case iill day. and while thn claims, to have recovered tlie nirso containing the bills of sale, ho Co" Toronto, Ont. las no clue as yet which has led to the recovery of the money it contained [mounting to somewhere in the "heigh lorhood of Trimble so far has been unable to ell a connected story of tho affair, ml tiie police are therefore at a IOSB tow to proceed. His first report to he office was that he had lost a poclc- tbook containing nhont and two A Krunrantv of absolute Patlsfaotion, or money promptly refunded, KOP.S ullh rHcJpo. Your driiKKlfit has Plnex, or wilt it for youL If not. senil to The I'inex ills of sale Tor horses and harness., ho said thnt ho had lost ?75; len again It was ISO, at which amount it now stands. T-he victim states that the man who held him up accomplished his purpose just as he was about to enter Smith's sale and feed stable on 4th St., South. He had come from Mooso Jaw only fi motorei miles with Ed. Peck. On returning he ELECTS FOR Y AT KTAIiLANI) A .splendid production beinj; shown [or (he last (ink- today al SUrland, is "His one of the most stirring pioneer, military, and Indian Mibjccls seen here for sonic timi'. It is virtually, a lilmativ-atlon of the .famous drama, 'The Squaw I claliorafii plan, limn this latter dra- matic success. It ia a combination of thrilling scent's, vivid reproduc- tions of warfare, and marvellous realism throughout. The management of Stafland strongly recommend this attraction to all their patrons, fur. it is a genuine feature. The exclusive rights for the exhi- bition here oi u series of actual mo- tion pictures oi the llalkan wail, have hcMl secured by Ktarlaml. The lirst of this series will be shown at Star- land, on Jan. 1st and 2nd. TODAY A STIRRING INDIAN, PIONEER AND MILITARY STORY "HIS SQUAW IN TWO PARTS 99 GAUMONT WEEKLY World's LatMt Newt "IT IS HE" Roaring Comedy MtSS tiHbL STARLAND cakes for 6c. Free sam- nlc sent bj- White Swnn Spices ft Cor- euis, Limited, Toronto, Ont. H UNRESERVED laay, At 2 p.m. Sharp, on Second Avenue, South near 13th S'.roet. by. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER The business lately conducted by F. E. Wilson, who is retir- ing from business, I will sell the following; Royal blower forge anvil, drilling machliio, vice, tire Jumper, feet of taps and (lies! drills, grindstone, b'olt clippers, a quantity ot new horse shoos ami nails, anil many other tools geiicrrilly need in nn up-to-datG black- smith shop. Also the nhop, shr U. s nearly new, will bo Bold. i J uj t UUL very sansiactory as it was the hold-up really occurred believing! :llmost all cashi mahing a that he may have been relieved of his I uoth to lllo ,.ustonlcr nnd Ulc money in a manner entirely different j Skating tor tiic lirst time this sea- son was enjoyed last week, when two open air rinks were open and attract- ed a large crowd. The curlers have not yet been able to get sufficient Ice to play on. JUMA BMNCH JFffl) COMPLETES CHAIN OF THROUGHOUT LETHERIDGE OFFICERS Alberta now lias si provincial branch oi' Uio Canadian lied Cross Society. Last week the organization of the so- ciety took place at a meeting of re- prcgHiitatlve men called together by vice- Also the quint 2 ponies, perfectl rido and drive. 1 buggy. '2 sets of eiiislo ha Two IMvliool carts. TERMS CASH lire. Posiiivuly the ownur is AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE 1023 Lieut.-nnve.rnnr llnlyoa, who president of the Canadian soc'o'.J', With ting branch, the Hed Cross or- ganization will have been extended throughout the Dominion. In time ociil branches he formed through out tho province. The executive of the new society is is follo'wa: Patron, Licntennnt-Gover- nnr llulyea; president, Lieut.-Colonel Hole nor; 1st vice-president, Lient.- Col. CalgaTy: 2nd vice-presid- ent. .M. S. ttoolh. HiimoiUon; 3rd vice- [president, Dr. Alewlmrn, Lethbrhlgo; Mi vice-preaiilent. Dr. C. 15. Smylhe, i Medicine Hal.; lion, treasurer, Alex. Stuart, K.C.; lion, secretary, A. L, Camr-bell. Edmonton; executive coin-j mittw, Ur. Kcrrls, ProTosscr Ed-' wards, Professor Fairlie, LieuL-Coi. Jamicson, Rev.. Dr. McQueen, Dr. firaithewaiie Dr. Blow, Dr. SansoQ, Lieut.-Col. Sanders (Cal- C. F. P. Conybeare (Leth- R. G. Mathews E. C. Michener (Red Col. Gregory Dr. Stuart.- Dr. Dr. Ryan I'Ver. E. X. Bnrher (Cardstou', Kenimis 'Plncber CHICAGO WHEAT PRICES Chicago. III., Dee. dull- ness pervaded the Board of Trade at the opening, ami price fluctuations were narrow. European markets were closed. Wheat opened .steady, from a shade lower to ft higher. May .started a shade lower to a shade higher, at to and sold to OMs opened unchanged to down. May started unchanged to shade depressed, at tfSiTHij to iJi3, am sold to EASY ECONOMY. For any meal to-day Se- lect, meaty Atlantic fish without bones As u-hnlc- J ns t.istyas it !tft the sea hut yesterday. Even that relif-hing sea- sally lane: intact. Sim- ple recipes in each sanitary package. "ACADIA" CODFISH. According lo Judge Derocbe. of Belleville, while residents of tho in- ditin reservation in Tyondinnga town- tihip arc (-initial to vote :i< llic The Herald Fund Dinner Ciuus did not forget to visit the Detention -Home yesterday and distribute his many Christmas gifts to Hie jiopr little folks !of this city. The day will long reiiiiuu u, red letter one In tbe hearts of the children who think Santa tlie dearest old fellow Unit ever trod earth. Before the light had liroicen properly on Christ- mas morning curious little eyes were peeping here ami there all in search of the old man with Ihe snow white beard who was to make their hearts glad. MTE. Corry was kept busy as- suring everyone that Santa Claus would not disappoint them anil that if he didn't come down the chimney I he would lintl some other means of slipping in and attending to every case. The sreat Christmas tree with its slore of gifts looked a picture. All sorts of toys, bags of delicious cand- ies, oranges and apples were distri- buted in liberal (Jtluntitios by Santa who was impersonated by Probation Olliccr l.timb. What a happy timo H was for those tliMtr Huh; people! Their cyos simply radiated with joy at the sight of that Christmas tree, and when (he old bearded friend ap- licnrrd there -was ail outburst of en- thusiasm which indicated in unmis- takable manner the- affection in .vhioli he is held in the hearts or tlm L The following young ladies render- 'd, very sweetly, novcral beautiful' Christmas carols which pleased, the children Immensely: .May and I'ivn Kinyne, SMhi Brawn. He-leu lardson. KorHtor find; cure- Campbell. During thn sorvice .Mrs. Con-y hnd out to IT honu-.s nut tbe city. AC.ernaon A; i'.vo o'clock about j'.ouiig riiailL1 Ibeir entry into the dining room whnrn p. run! Christmas dinner was In readiness. The bill of fare was one of the choicest, and how everyone did it: There was not ono face which did not fail to revosl tbe expression of satisfaction. Dinner being over, Rev. Canon Jk- AlilkMi and ilov. .Mr. Plclilu both, spcke words of good ciiecr to all after! by Rev. .Mr. .Mi.'.Miilui'.. Clolblng In ni.-ciiy no one was sent aivay oinpiy lhc Ixiya to Ihr- liijon to wit- ness ihc iiicluivs tin- kind- 'f-till: of that IllU- ntre. But there was one very thought- ful act which struck a popular chord in the heart of Mrs.. namely, the act of a dozen of the.boys who congregated on the porch of the Home and asked the matron to step out. .Mrs. Corry was taken by sur- prise when on going out the boys took off their caps .and wished her a very-.Happy Christmas and Prosper- ous New Year. Mrs. Corry said that the. very thought of knowing tlm these little folks hod enjoyed the! Christmas had repaid her a thousani. fold for the work she had done to assist in catering to their happiness E.vcn Probation Officer Lamb did no forgot to say that his work on behal of the children was a real pleasure to him. Plenty for All The Sanla Claus fund has been well spent and although there is a sur plus still available this will be used in catering to tho wants of any who may perchance have been unintelition- ally overlooked. Santa Claus at the Detention Home will never be forgot- ten. The Herald acknowledges from City Sign Works and Si.00 from X.V..K lor Ihe Santa Clans' Fund. Just Arrived We Have Just Received m Shipment of Electric Table Lamps IN MANY BEAUTIFUL DE- 'SfGNS, FOR THE LIBRARY, DINING ROOM 'OR DRAWING ROOM; These unfortunately arrived a little late. for Xma's linyel's, but to those who still have the pur- chase of one In mind, an early visit to our store will be to their advantage. See also our splendid and most complete selection of Electrical Toasters. Percolators Irons, and Chafing Dishes. The Leicester Electrical Co. S. O. E. BUILDING! 10th St. South, Phone 1332 A TUMULTUOU3 CHRISTMAS Atlanta, (la.. Dec. Mian two hundred patients shot, cut, bruis- ed, burned, and otherwise Injured, were received by the hospitals bore to- day, as a result of the celebration of Christmas with fireworks, pistols and other nidse-mnkinsj devices. None of Ihc injure! are serious, according to tbo authorities. Kew fiernes Coal MJR; Lump, Mine Run or Bcreeiiings, by the (OH or carload lota. CMONE a. Aft Fninily Friend for 40 years." A haver piling relief for Croup and Whoupinc Couch. IT IS WINDY ELSEWHERE Plymouth, Eng., Dec. Braz- lian passenger steamer, Goes; from Juenos Ayres, and two schooners .-ere blown ashore today by a terrific gale, which prevailed all along the RnpllEh Tho Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge ind skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supreiwcst effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you wfll order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. ;