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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta '.'A TII15 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALO TUP It enormously Can we tell you the DEMAND Reason Why? "A Tritl'Pickafe 'will bring Enlifhtcamrat" ii0it inAH CEYLON TEAS "ARE DELICIOUS TEAS" MIXED OR VNVV HCFUSI Why not have some good MOOSE 1 i and V E N I S O N while you have the opportunity? We itill have a small quantity of choice your order before it is ail sold The quality is A 1 A. DEL ANY 4th Avenue Everything in Ppultry on hand this week Whoop hi g Cough CBOUP ASTHMA COUGHS UONCMTIS CATARRH CQUD3 HAD TO PAY I W. SiiiiiuUk of StJiffordvilla.1 arrcsi- cil aeVert) Ago foi oaitying con ceaiou wemJotiB, .W'.HS iumiy UL. uie .Mounted police barraeks In Ingpertor "West The fine ivaa tbo-revolver confiscated. HEAVY SENTENCES FOR BAD ONES HUGH JOHN MACDONALD SENDS THUGS TO PEN YEARS Winnipeg, Man Dei Magistrate John Macdonald meted out severe sentences today 'to some of I he hold up ineii who Have inoiitK been the outhinij, districts of'the cih Giainiu- olo, .Jose and Nick Dettoire received ittchc cich in th6 penitentiary md lasltfh 101 robbery j with Hicmpl to Kill on the eienmg ,01 Dei 11 the helm; j 28 (''ilbcdial 'who i was sit upon uid stabbed I Imei Norman Gar- lield comicted of a holdup at Si Konnace, 150! inrcc tears each in tile reformatory 'TWO MONTHS FOR INJUDICIOUS DEED MONTANA VISITOR SOAKED FOR GIVING THE NOBLE REO MAN LIQUOR William Htean, squaw man, puncher, quarter breed, and chanic-' teristic olil-iimer of lhe prn tion type, offered u couple of full bloods a drink of whiskey if they i would supply him wiili n squaw, ami as a result got. sixty days in the j clink here. His term starts 'and it, will be two long fore the notorious Dill can hie his way back to his stamping ground on the Indian reserve near Collins, Mon- tana, Irom which he recently made his pilgrimage inlo ths land of the bloods. i William, tbe squaw man, blew Into j the city last Saturday with a ear j load ot stock for a .Montana shipper, anil while hers awaiting delivery of Ills slock lie thought io make the ac: quaintanre of some of the beauties ot the Blood reserve. On Monday even- ing about four o'clock be met Wegan Frank and .Jerry Bird on the street and proceeded to brine them with Urn I Indian's curse, the palplace sleep- j producer. .They fell tor his game anil j got a Rooil long pull at the bottle, but Detective Kgan and Const, Dun-! phy were on, and William was! lauded behind the bars until the suspicious circumstances' surrounding his move- incuts could be explained. I !n police court tills morning Picgan frank told his tale in a very straight-', forward manner. ijiegau ul omj time the best scout in the Police and for years was With i Sergeant Clillpsp'ic, now chief, when lire latter was .stationed on the HJood reserve, l.'is story, corroborated by lhe evidence of his brother Indian, was sc. strong, thal'Stcan put up a poor excuse when the magistrate gave him a chance to tell the other half. His story was not ia keeping with the facts, so be was soaked -the minimum of the- law, fifty and costs. It might just as .well have been a million, for Hill was and had to take a ride to the clink this' morning, where be will spend.the next tu'o months as a guert of till; government of Alberta. i Jack Bcrjcns will be another tor jail for forty days as. :i result of a drunk yesterday. He went into Classman's second band store alter be got tanked fell thiousch .1 show case, picked lip a pair of cloves to out the cold, and today got ten days on the d and d.charge and a month tor purloining'the'gloves, j Three. other drunk and incapable, were able to pay three and costs, so saved tbrmselves from a jail sentence. So easily so thoroughly en- wholly you really ought to serve it oftener. When rightly prepared Fry's Cocoa is the most delicious and most nourishing beverage you could serve Remember: "Nothing Will Do But FRY'S" the chfl- dren'i for by living them new FRY treat. Pure and inexpenaive, too. Best stores sell it- Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited 123 BaonatyBft Ave. Eatt, Winnipeg WILL ENSURE PUBLIC SAFETY Dec. non-combusti- ble citiemegfajlh' film tfliich will' les sen the'-possibilities of Danipg in mov- ing; picture theatres was domonstrat etl recently bet'orfe tbc Berlin Oheiftie-'tJoneft the ill-SoGiety and is now leporfcod to be not to tmn Mfitci to a compleie aliciess Itht1 citj Ottawa CaJnruie Col Ian, jgetl of Hun IK (lend, the result of drinking lye- Ex-Warden Alex. be si i-anrHdatc for Uie of Sc.u bdro. Fitzroy Townshiii Council has peti- OFFICIAL PROBERS MET THE PREMIER MEN WHO WILL INQUIRE INTO. DEPARTMENTAL METHODS I MEET TO ORGANIZE I Oltana, Out., Dec. V n Moiine, 0. N. nucharme and H b I-alc constituting the comrais- sipn to investigate.civil service, met for (he fust liinc in Ottawa this mgining Mr. Morinc, who is chair- man of the commission, arrived in ths city on-the inornini; train irom Tor- qnln. Ducbanuc came up from Montreal, li- S. Lake has been in the citv for some They came together for i he first. time in the wnitin" room of I'remicr Borden's of- llce, whence they bad proceeded to call on Hie premier. There ibcy in- formally discussed tbe work bciore them and decided to meet this after- noon, io consider tbe (luesfion of ap- pointment of counsel, a secretary, and methods of procedure. Also tin; date on which the opening will he held, it is said that some of the meetings lit which rvidouce will be taken will he open while others will not. This was the plan of procedure adopted by the (.'oiirlndyFish-Basin commission, which inquired into tbi; .marine a-nd fisheries and miliiia de- i piirtments. The llrst meeting tor ng of evidence will not be held until January perhaps, not before the middle .of the month. 1883 he was ordained and inducted in- j to the inhutlr" ot the Canadian j I'rcsbUcuan 'and since then has filled the chirges at Rcvelslokc and Grand Forljs, H and in Har- ric and Hamilton PINCHER CKEEK Pipcher Creek, Dec. ia incident ro lhe I preached a powerful and appropriate discourse on the theme of Ghriit'8, birth m pfaetlca! style. Tho choir of thie chuwli, Which In an occasion, Lois of people are Ihing refutations of the existence of the fool killer. not when' the woman makes the clothe: iHstmas season wore held .luring i of an in character, to make assume a I the past week for the enjoyment of througD, the lino young. I he Sunday iBhool am, tboughlflll Chrletnias tree anil entel tainm'j'it of held evening last On Thursday evening a concert was ghen in the opera House by the children of tho convent, vice'ct tea in the aftornoov. On Fii- 'onlCTlaliinKhil of the Moihodist Sun 'day school wat, he..! in the chinch .It is pleasant to report thai each ot llbe entertainments leferred to were As If more tn depth oh lowed by a drc-D In ti On Sunday night and this was Jn turn wind of a chinook Character, since it started whichf ItV KK1IK PRESBYTERIAN DIVINE DEAD St. (riillnirir.es, 'Int., Dec. Thomas I'aton. for seven years pas- i toi- of SI. Andrew's church, Inn', Is dead here, lie v.'ns born in iCrofllralh: Srollnml, in ISIS. An a young man he went t'hinu, he in inlsiitinary work. Aflcr hie henflli failed lie. I'niiaiiii took missidiniiy u-orli amdns i Chllicsa HtilitU Uoliimllia. marked by su of attendance and partunriafiy. to the delight and giatitude ot the lillle ones In the Instance where Santa Clans made his mesouoo known In hisj fairy-like gKt-eiVint' abandon. On Satur.lav night tho Blicknel Dixie jubilee Singeia Jltraded a large crowd to the Opei L House. their oxiiulBito lenditiona 6f and othel- iileloales won well enriied lilniise froin a moat appreciative audi- ciiee. Unfortunately for tho quietude uocesea-ry on imch occasions, some hoodlum In the eallery, who bad Bihly imbibed moie Chnstnias Cheer of a liquid nature tban nas consist- ent witb (iecoi'ilm, made thinps iinnoyiiiK for lhe singers at times, and had to be lemonatraled with by the! ma'nager of the troupe. This sort Ihing, whiell ban occurred frequently of late, should bo attoiided tcr by the !police, if the dignity of] the Opera House is to br maintained as ii place of entertainment. i The Jubilee Singers assumed (choir service ill I be Jiethodtat church; on Sunday awning, after w'hlch they! gave a silver collection aacred concert in Ibe Opc-ra House, tho 1ml! being packed on thin occasion. The cultur- ed voices of this aggregation-will com- mand a big house on nny future re- turn they make to Plncher Creek. Christmas day nnnaM'avav here In ,1 quiet and orderly manner. Many of our citizens were visiting friends and relatives at other poinlB. For the slay-at-homes the Hotel Arlington and Alberta I lotol prepared oweptlonally ?lue Christmas dinners, A very large congregation v.'aa in attendance at the evenlus MrVlco in the Presbyterian church ,on Sunday. The pastor, Itev. Allohosdn, Dfiniel for 16. both lu the ot Carlton. Qne Ju KlugnLou, of lhe 5w the foi 180 ODD and Son, .grain have bought eh Sound COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA In rood for Growinf Cirta' Mid (hey tie k nourishes their little bodin mi males tlicm heahhy and you ail ffoet', abwhltcly pure, hi Jtlitimi BIT.I P by lh< me it Ac pmpntiB Ax Coat. Do You UM COWM'I COON? ;