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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday^ Eejiyrimry 15,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD REGINA LEMR GOT FREE MERTISEINT BOB ROGERS WINCES UNDER CRITICISM OF HIS PRINCE ALBERT HOMESTEADING DEAL For Sale by GEO. KERR & CO. - Lethbridflfe. MNNEH! -tBeVof)'answer, iha'tasly answer, the ecotiomical an-swer^an easy dish of select Atlantic fish. Wholesome, nourishing. No bones, every bite a glad one. And that bracy ocean flavor t It compels an eager appetite. Simple recipes with paclc-age.- Ask,your dealer for "HALIFAX'* and " AC ADI A�' C0DFISH iilEDIOiEON iRDERER'S Till tARS PETERSON MADE GETAWAY BUT HE IS WITHOUT MONEY Unity, Sask,, F�b. 14.-L�'Ps Peterson, tUe: youug Scandinavian, Avlio from Jealousy fatally wounded Mrs. Petarson, and brutally attacked ^ Annie Christiansen, is not yet arrested, but the .Mounted Police are on his trail. He is without money, and the wTiola. district is alarmed., Christiana Peterson is aged 45, and is a Norwegian housekeeper for Anton Ghrlstiansen, a widower. . La-rs Pet6t�i?on Is not 'believed to be relaite'd to the dying woman. He wgs living, at the Cluistiansen home, "and had been attentive tc Annie Christiansen, a girl of about 16. The girl and the lioiisekeep-cr ai'e Hnflc-stood to have been opposed to his, attentions. ,1 At the time of the tragedy, Peterson the housekeeper, the: girl and a crippled child were alone in the place. . Peterson, following .the housekeeper to the stahle, shot her.' Ohe shot was fired f from behind. . .To � make his work sure he held the revolver so close as to burn her face, and fired again. He then returned to the house and attacked the glrj, beating her terribly over the head with a flat i'ron, and fled on foot. '� .' . The Christiansens, came from Norway. The family QOnsistied fof father, housekeeper and three daugliters. The woman has been brought here io the hospital. Her wounds are pronounced fatal. V PURCil Ottawa, Feib. 14.-One oi the liveliest scenes ol the .session occurred in the commons this atternoon when Hon. Robert Hoger.s, on a ijuestion |,oI privilege, rose to make a statement in'reference to ?,n aiticlc in the � Rogiua Leader, dealing with the 'granting of a homestead north oi the town-of Prince -Vlhcrt to A.' I)on- ! many of the statements made w?te untrue and malicious. He said that the homestead was a Part of a piece of land tajceii from a forest re.serve when Mr. Oliver was the miuistei: of. the interior and that it had toen open for homesteading ever since. The rest, of the land had been homestead-ed or sold to Liberals. This statement was objected to bj' Mr. Oliver as being out of order iu connection with ^, question of privilege, and, the I storm, broljc out. Premier Borden and Sir Wilfrid Laurier participated. IVIr. Borden accused Mr. Oliver of 'bad manners. Sir Wilfrid said tliat ' more would be heard of this matter : later on and the speaker ruled that Mr. Rogers must confine his remarks to his explanation. The minister in reply to a question by Jlr. Oliver, said that the papers would be pro-,duced. . , , In the hour devoted to private hills the third reading of the bill to increase the stock of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation compan./ was taken up. Mr. W. F. MacLean moved, seconded by ,1. C. Turifl, that the company should be sent to the railway comwiission tor its authority to increase its capital stock t:nd said in future all other companies should be treated in tlie same way. The bill was talked out and the amendment will not be considered again imtil Monday. IF IRDERER^S CELL New York, Feb. 14.-James. Pvircell, the veteran gambler, who testified be-f6r-..-,.. "Woman's .Suflrage" proved a very entertaining topic 'oE discussion at the. Young. -People's meeting o'n Thursday night. ' W.- F. .Jennijohn left on Saturday for Wisconsin to visit his mothsr, who is-ill. � '- .Jas, Ueguinv who has iheen-located here for soinD time in connection with the International 'Harvesiiing, Go.,'left on Thursday for Bow Isl'r and, wherp ho. intends going in the I impieniont business' >y1th his brother, '� E. H. Beguin, formerly of this place. Calgary, Feb. 14.-In the opinion ot i (three eminent counsellors, Jansiis Muir, of Calgary ; .J. S. Ewart, ot Ottawa, and E. Lafleur, of Montreal, the franchise held by the Canadian Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Ltd., from the city of Calgary since 1905, does not applyi to territory taken into the city since: that date, and is riot exclusive against the city. It is said that the city can enter into competition with the company in the distribution of natural gas anywhere in this city. Calgary has been agitat-ng tor. cheaper natural gas for power purposes and has under consideration, a municipal scheme to pipe gas from the Bow Island fields for the manufacture of cheap power, and the'contention ot the Natural Gas compan-/ that its franciiise is exulusivc aiid the city cannot enter into competition with it. . sPAauoDic.cBoap "As-nisiA coiwhs bronchitis catarrh colds �STABLItMBDLiaTS A dmplcTOle and eRectiTBHrealment for bron. chial trbuMes-, avolainfl drugi. Vaporized Cresolcno |; stops tbo pai-pvysnis of Whooploe Cough and relieves Spasmodic Crvup at once. It is a BOON to sufferers 'from Asthma. TheslrCarrylnfl ihoantiseptiorapor, , inspired with every brea-tb, inakcs breatliloiS easy ; .soothes the sore throat arid Wtbps- the cough, ussuring Jrsatful nI;Sht8. It Is invaluable to .molhera ."t^fth yoiiai children. Send postal for descriptive booklet. /Li. DRUOQISTS. . -TryCHKSOLRNB ANTlaEPTlC TiiriOAT TABLETS forthe lirltaled .throat. They are simple, effectlva .ana antlBwUc. .Of. youi** druggist or from � iis,-10c. In stamps. . -Vapo Cresolene Co. �ZC*rtls�dt5l.,H:i. Leeminit Miles Building .....Montreal, Can. 3 1. HATCH PROMISES Sfll RIME EARLY SPRING LAMB in; Southern Alberta' now. The ,time ^ isitiot far, off v.'heii ypu.-wiH see t75,-| pod, acres." That is how conudciit j Ml*. E'airfleid is in the future of the  alfalfa, industry in the south. - Mr. I Ijjatch endorses his, opinion, and " is 6ii,ly waiting .to iiear the results: of the ej^periracnts bairig iripde with th-i' , . , , . ,, V ajfalfa mill recently installed by the Leg of spring lamb and green-peas T,^yjor ^^Ulj,g co. before starting will form tne basis 6f a menu which i agitation for a large, portable mill Lethbridge epicures will be able to iu the vicuiity of Coaldale. Sheep Rai.sing and Alfalfa Cultivation Becoming Two Live Topics With Farmers . To subinlt to i a headache is 10 waste energy, lime and comfort. To slop It at once simply take NA-DRU-CO Headaelie Wafers Your. Druggist will confirm our statement that they do not contain anything that can harm heart or nervous system. 25c. a box. NATIONAL ORUa AND CHCIVIiCAL CO. OF CANADA. LIMITED. 124 GARDEN SAGE DARKENS GRAY HAIR ,Vdarlc nrid appears glossy, l.ustrons^'and � �^^i-in(d-ant. It certainly helps folks, look years/youngeri and twice as^nttraiotlve; Boys a welMtnown down' town 'drug-gist. ; Agents, J, P. Hlginboth^ni ambs ever raiscjd ^h'c Lethbridge district are becoming in the Lschbndgp district, and ,thls ^ _ _ _ ^ � \ ear he hopes to beat the record'. Ho has a flock of 1500 ewes and Will have at least that number of lambs, in his flock before the middle , ot, March. One of the most important experiments over conducted at the Experimental Farm, is that being tried this winter with''350. sheep. These ,^Yerjf;;: purchased last. fall,: and divided 'into' seven-flocks They are te'ng fed',on different rations, but the basis" 'of all teed is alS'a'fJi. Mr r''airneld'lQolcs" for ovcfllcnt results, 'for he sfys the' importance of alfalfji cannot,be-over-" estimated Mfalfa Area Spreading ^ ' "Thftro are 10.000 aorav in .wlfalfali The Markell 40c., ' AOc. � Sunciay Dinner pe Luxa,.; , Relishes Chow Chow � Olives Saradine Canape SOUPS Consomme aux Navets. , BOILED Shoulder Pork, with Mustard Sauce FISH Boiled Halibut, Anchovy Sauce Pornme au Karl ^ ENTREE Fillet Mignon, Saute En Calsse Casseroles of Mutton a la  Ouchesso ROAST' ~ Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus Chicken Savory -Dressing, Qiblet SaUce-Leg Spring Lamb, with Currant Jelly , SALAD German Tomato VEGETABLES Brown, Mashed and Boiled Potatoes Buttered Carrots DESSERT Steamed . Suet Pudding, � au Cognac Green Apple Pie, Boston Cream Pie,-Lemon Ice Cream, Lady Fingers.' Dinner Served from 5 to 8'p.m. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge 4 Ilaviio; ijeoij'nominated to. serve for. the unexpired term of the ..late Alder-r. man jilcCainbly, I respectiCullj^ solicit, . your influence onmy behalf aiid ybiu" vote on Monday, next.' I \vill'simglyi � rcmindyou here tliat I have had a number of years.' experience in municipal matters, and promise that if elected 1 will use my time and energy for the ' best interests.of the city. ' - Yours faithfully, ^ ^ \ - H.BENTLEY- closely allied if, the tliree , gentlemen above quoted are a priterion oL the movement in that\direction,, and .it is certain that the: acreage under, alfalfa will be more than double during the coming season. ~ Cleveland, may build a public auto garase, to be run on a, fee system. A coroner's jury at Hamilton returned a verdict of the wilful murder of, Mrs. Ma.bel. Riiey against her. husband, Thomas 'Riley, The ice bridge at Niagara J^ils formed last week, on the first anniversary of the great tragedy, when three people'lost their lives. OzrtKs now furniB.h most of the cedar used in. lead pencils. Get more before the/l^otdeis empty.. You need-it every, day. It gives a most appetising' flavor, to soups and stews ,and greatly increases their nutritive value.-.. \ To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge Having been nominated to. serve for ," the unexpired term of the late Alderman McCamhly, I respectfully solicit� the support and influence of the rate- ' payers in the election on Monday. If you see fit to elect ilie 1 will use" my best ahilityin the interest of the, > city.' ', ' ' � � ' ' / . Yours respectfully, / . '.i/i . . JAMES'GLEMSmkli .^5 m � A Two-Voiced; singer ^l\vhDii:Vii i' i np ^pi oare 1 m vauaeylllie;aB?y  "I'll I'Ji.tnp uoub! 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