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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'ITUIUY, JANUARY 3, 1011 THK LETHli RIDGE DAILY HKKALD 1'AGE FIVE AWARDED Medal and Diploma for Superiority over all competitors at the great World's Fair and at all fairs and expositions wherever exhibited. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is the one great bak- ing powder, for over half a century known and celebrated for its pur- strength, and keeping quality. Its use assures the food against and all forms of unwhole- some adulterations that go with imitation, low grade brands. STKANGE HOMAXCR ItlOVKALKI) liY UVBD THUEi: Y.EAKS IX SECKET OiAMHKIti ijTo nrftnu hlS KIM The sudden death of Mclvin H. Couch, an ex-District Attorney of Suilf. an County, York, and one of the meat esteemed citizens of evealed a romance almost bcyor.d belief. For fifteen years hs hsd been eading a dual life, and in at! that time his wife nothing cf Adelaide M. Brar.ce, a former bock agent. Three years ago he fitted up a secret chamber adjoining his offices in the Masonic Temple, and here Miss Brance, without he knowledge cf a single person in town, took up htr life as the noted law- yer's companion. During all that time she left the secret room only twice, and only Couch's sudden death by heart failure caused the disclosure. The room was equipped kitchen and the woman cooked his meals v.hen circumstances prevented him going to his own home. The highest standard ot perfection Sale by All Dealers clever js. wife, who considers, the pleasure find welfare of her family, takes particular pride in iht coffee she serves.' It is usually Have Strong Legislalionin Hand ]lie ik'1usl' of Lords is MU icto; D (law. The! then pro on Which to Appeal the Next FJcrlinn o! then press to get tLc bill to V'.it an to plur- al voliLg likeivjEe passed for ILc ttliirt! anil then to llic coun- try for nil cr.Jyiscuur.t of ii (has done? a inundate io cam" educational rind rc- Liberal par-'form. l.ibrrals, therefore, "Tiger11, the First of Second Hundred Was Launched Lsst Month London, -Jan. 3. Although ilie launch of a single ship is not of much Account in these days, the floaticgof (he battle cruiser Klgcr, which tooV place las t inon t It at Mess rs. I. Hrov.n's IVotks, Clydfbank, marks an .important point in the development Launched Afloat at in year E-tid oi Year laoc 1907 1909 1910 1911 27 '53 1012 17 SO 1913 21 101 The 101 bhijis that be afloat with the launch ol ihe Tiger iepre- Jan. ty, uhicli recently celebrated antiiviTsarv of its return to 0 have accomplished HI pouer, now lias the honor of yoaTS ofl ofri0e. tiie affairs ol Kmpue for V.hen the party came into power in the Mbrrais, tnrreiore, hate as work aljtail o! them as they their eight a longer consecutive period i any [fl05 Ilslfour, then. Prime Mims- Sl' 'party for nearly a hundred years, tor, found that after Ijyr- jl'remicr Asquith lias now been in oi- election going ngainst 3iini and 1 fice for over five and u lialT years, he ilelided lo resign. He rliose tins land in April bis government, this course instead oi dissolving (he j [survives, lie will approach the rec: Jlouse of Commons, because be be- lord oi Lord Salisbury, sec- licved that it lie rither ini- ond term ol office laf-tfcl just seven possible for ihe Liberals to form a I tion that Is not salisijed that years. j cabinet, on account Marcli 1'aatcr leave leave April 10. Tactical exorcise.-; and drills are lo he carried 0111 jnsl as if UIL- shtpg irk ScotUsli waters WIFE OF PROFESSOR ALEXANDER Toronto, a vosnll 6f 'hearilicarl failure, Mrs. 1-iiura Alex i antler, wife of -Processor J. Alex lander, of llic depaTlrncnl of at tjiiversily College, dlcJ sud I teaay. Item U.S., llio lato Mrs, Alexander had resided in Toronto for twenly-five She a very, aetlve member of tiie Social ScrUco society. ISSUES A FORBIDDEN LIST FOR THE PRESENT, YEAR in- of, was given today tbe army and navy, the bunding, repairing, anil arming of Russian arslilps. Information concerfllng for- LEONAK! L. Ayl- mer youu? man and Toronto Untver- and naval ports, the manoeuv- sity student TI-JIO got the Hbyal IIu ers cf 'roopa or fleets, last mobiliza- raanc Socioty iiieial lor a St. tions and the chartering o? merchant vessels for tiunsports. have eatablisned s -new arid higher standard of purity and deiiciousness in candy-making. They are prepared from the best cocoa beans t he! market affords, personallyselectedby us, and ground in our dwn factory by skilled confec- tioners.. The chocolate conting is of the finest quality and the centres are dainty and. varied, forming a combination which re- sults in the most de- licious chocolates yoii ever tasted. Try them; MOIR'S LIMITED, HALIFAX, CANADA Sold by Host Dealers Everywhere. DEAD ;