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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta SaUii-day, DrnMiibei- THE LET IT BUT DC! 13 DAILY HERALD Page g Fine Turkeys We Have the Largest and Choicest stock of Fresh Killed Poultry to choose from in the City P. BURNS COMPANY, Ltd. Phone 1388 Phone 1388 A FIENDISH WOMAN Macon, Ga., .lames King, widow of a Hound- Oak, Ga., planter, who was killed near here on December 12, confessed tonight, that stio plotted wJth Nicholas Wilburn, a farm baud to slay her husband so that she might marry Wilburn and get ilfe insurance carried by her bust) and. PRETTY GIRL SUICIDES Calgary, Dee. Page, 20 years of age, and pretty, died in the hospital this evening: half an hour after ahe had swallowed a quantity of carbolic acid. The girl was employed as a domestic and was discharged only this Forty years In use, 20 years tl'.e standard, prescribed and rec- ommended by physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills, at your druggist. DOCTORS CONTINUE BOLT FROM ASSOCIATION IN FAVOR OF INSURANCE' ACT London, Dec. con- tinue to give in and agree to the terms at the state insurance act. In London nearly all the medical men needed to serve on boards have been obtained. fcThe reports from the provinces are equally encouraging to the chancellor of .the exchequer. Two more members have resigned from the council of the British as- sociation because of their disapproval of its tactics. Henry Lawe, D.L.S., is dead at Ot- tawa, aged 74. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS PEOPLES RAPIDLY PICKING UP THE ANGLO-SAXON TONGUE Washington. Dec.. Trill bo substituted for Spanish as the of- ficial language of the courts.through- out the Philippines on .Taunary 1st. The Anglo-Saxon tongue has been ac- cepted generally, in other circles in the islands. It is spoken by Filllpino.s Almost Fillipinos are studying English in. the schools) and of them attend industrial) and agricultural schools where the language is spoken. Which Have Been Pulled off at the Golf Links TV. R. Van Norman has been dis- missed as fire chief of Wingham. Your Credit is Good Furniture For Every Home Now that the Christmas Holiday excitement is over it is time to turn your attention to the refurnishing of your home for the coming seasons. See us' before buying anything for we have 11 splendid stock' "of furniture and furnishings, and our prices are l.cnv. So be fair with yourselves, make a business rule to see if you can't get a better piece of furniture hero in style, quality and finish and at a better price than elsewhere. We have just unpacked a, splendid line of furniture, superior in style and excellent in finish. Make your purchases on our "Don't Worry Plan" there is not a bit of worry connected with our credit system. It's liberal, convenient, and honest. The Davenport Couch -UU FOR CONVENIENCE AND COMFORT ROLLED IN ONE THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAVENPORT, SPLENDID FOR A FLAT OR BED-SIT- TING ROOM. CAN BE CON- VERTED INTO A BED OR LOUNGE AT A MOMENTS NOTICE. 800 our assort- .111 en I.. .Prices arc; the lowest. Get Busy You catch the bird, We'll feather the nest: Yon marry the girl, We'll do the rest. We rimy a :l'ull line of the best arid luosi stylish t'urni- in re. 'carpels and Moves. A 405 Qlh St. S. Solid Comfort For II e s t and comfort there i. s nothing to compare with a good'uphol- stered arm chair. We carry the best in these as in other lines. Iavers once insisted thai, they could 'iitputt some golfers by using billiard in lieu of the regulation putter, ng early the next morning, included in these was Robert Gardner, of Mid- lothian, the holder of the title ;it that time. The British open championship, that classic of the world of goif, hart to be finished in the dark as long ago as j 1SSO at iMusselburgh. Soveral en- trants had to finish by lamplight. Two years ago, a match between .fames nit they, too, were soon convinced Oraid and Tom Williamson lasted so differently. j at Walton Health that it was Contests on the links are not con- dark before they finished, ned to the, foregoing variety, for the] _______________ .olfers themselves are ever and anon rying to do some outlandish thing or thfir to vary the not ontent with the variety the game tself has to offer. Moonlight golf has Tien been played in the immediate icinity of New York, one of the lai- st exponents of this form being Alex-' ndor .Milne, president of the Scare- dale Golf and Country Club, who in the course of the seniors' tournament TO ENCOURAGE THE BREEDING OF REMOUNTS Ottawa, Dec. will bu made to parliament for an act to incorporate the Western Canadian Remount Breeding Association, with power to raise, import, export, buy, sell stock, titled or to be made fit for use in the afiny, the R.N.W.M.P. and all other military or semi-military cremations; to cstablfcb. mulnbitn Apawainla his fall motored up to aml conduct raw tmck Greenwich anJ mushed the day withjcoiirse8i for the training, rnc- a few liolrs over u moonlit coin-so, j OXorciHing of and the A well-known golfer once described establishment of parks llio charm of [driving in a Iho fearful dc-Ms'it cf smacking Iho hall into the K'OOIII, of .striding after it. in doubt as to whether il. might bo found on tho srcen or in a hunk or. The player did not enjoy the scnsa- for athletic cnntttfltB, and places ;amen, enter- tain men and exhibitions in Sask- atchewan, Alberta and 11. C., or else- where in Canmla. llnulon, St.ii-ton and Klshur of Cal- gary PLTV for The applicants. High school examination standings for the term are as follows GRADE Dunham' 02 per cent., Katharine MacPhee SI, Fran- ces Dunswortli 79, .Dorothy iMarrs 76, Rliea Kaake 73, Agiier Kerr 71, Florcnee Campbell 65, Frances low- ers Go, 'Agnes Livingstone. G5, Buna Murray 63, Lilian! .Jlason 63, Hugh Cameron (12, Mildred Nimraons .60, Eva Frame 59, Charles Parry 58, Lawrence Reid "i7, Philip West 5G, Leon Dunsworlh 5G, Clifford Ilors- pooi" 53, :Karl Grant 53, Margaret Washhroolc Fulton IJonneU 47, Lewis, Cascaden .-Victor liounis Roy C'onihear 39. GRAWi IX." Oreen' 82, Muriel MacLeod 76, 'Ed- ward Hagell 6IS, Evelyn Prosser G5, Irene Hulbrrt .til, Annie Bains 59, Marion Frame 57, Tlicm'as Watson 55, Gladys Ott .5-1, Campbell Aird 51, Maurice Miron -15, Verne Taylor S. GRADE Hunt, 79, Henry Johnson 74, Marion Mans 86, Jarence Price 64, Juan: Pipes 110, Jack Wood 59, Kathleen .Virtue 58, May Richards George Watson 46. OKA Kins 80, Lois I'ackaberry -74, Prarl rMont'ioniory' iS, Frascr McAtiam 63, Nelson Cas- Mden 57, Uert Sang 48. Special llon- nell 74, Barle McCar.lj'vM. GRADE '-Sloan Jiur'Morgan 63, '.Jnmiar-ira.wen 58, -Iiirold Gray 57, Catherine B.roclie 57, Lattice Ilcntley 58, Luella. Cascail- len Bertha larper 51, Clarence 'Sherlock HO, ilarccMa'L'afi'erty IB', CALGARY HORSE SHOW Calgary, Dec. dates for Ws Calgary Horso Show wero flxo'J-" it today's meeting oMhe Association' at Croni April S to 11, .inclusive. NT RESERVES1 MILE WIDE STftIF Dec. government; haHf decided" to reserve a strip of laiiO half a mile wide on'each side of the Hucnon's Bay railway from Lepue to'Port Nelson terminals with'-a .view1 to protecting themselves from land speculators and to make thai townsites and necessary terminal! along the road will be in the'hand? of the government." Official notice to this effect is given to the Gazette. ATENTS: COP HAD BRUTAL METHODS Vancouver, .Doc.- .Hytjl private policeman at the B. C. Sugar; leflnery, was today comniif.teil.foi; rlul on a charge of murdering John IcDcnald, a negro, whom he ejected rom the refinery premises recently. "he medical evidence showed that Mc- lonald died from a kick in the stom- cli. JUDICIAL NOTICE TO G. L. FEAR, Take notice that an action haehbeen commenced against ,you in the Dist- rict Court of the District of.LethbrJdge wherehy the .Farmers', LumbeiO Com- liany, Limited from you due to it on a pioraissory note, .with interest and costs of this action. Von are to enter an appearance with the Cleark of the said District Court by the 25th January, otherwise judgment will-be given against you, Jobhstone Ritchie, Leth Alb'erta; PliiintiCE's Sdifcltore. Notice is Hereby Given application will be behalf of thc'Galt Hospital to.thejLeg- lelative Assembly of the of, Alberta at the next session thereof for an Act enabling it to transi'ey its aesets'to the city of LethbrldgQ upon the terms and conditions to be con- tained in' such Act. Dated this nineteenth day of De- cember, 1912. Conybeare, Church McArthury Solicitors for the Applicants. ft Hew Year's Resolution "When buying table wine buy the best" We can provide at an exceptionally low price all the purest grades and cordials, which so gracefully aid digestion and bring satis- faction and contentment to the diner Whiskies and Brandies Of the best known 1.00 per bottle up Table Wines Port, Sherries and Clarets, the best products 'of the vineyards Something New Sparkling Demi-Sec. Champagne, made and bottled in France Sold in Splits, COc each We deliver to all parts ot the city Telephone orders promptly attended to THE LETHBRIDGE WINES SPIRIT HOUSE riiwiic Begin Blouk. .1 ;