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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT TH15 LETHHRIDflB DA'U-Y HERALD M'EDNESrMY, JANUARY 7, 1911 Blue Ribbon (DISTRICT NEWS H3BB6K COFFEE COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Vc-i: ii..iy IK- Ijtsi vo 'vTivf :L you is rco" lactory Alua; ns i; the IJl'.u- Kibl-ou. ilie siniataul Coft'eos. Jeil in iho world, 0-it ee'. HLne lliblmn Ivikii! HKTLAW Milk Worries Cease When nur Grocer (Joei not 1: or.O 5 cents in to W. H. ESCOTT CO., LTD. WINNIPEG. MAN. and rr.-elvo full slz-3 tin Mailt by CANADIAN MILK PRODUCTS LTD., TORONTO Jan, M. Hii.ci- Tey was ycsifOay unanimously rat- ified by the congregation 01" Ma- trat'i ward uf Uif> Mormon cliurcii us second counsel lur tu Hishop Lev] Ur.rker, the name being: presented by Elder Ilc-Uer S. Allen [jrc-sitlont of the Taylor slake. Ttie vacancy in tlu- eans.d by the ilealti of (ho. late G. Phirke. The pros-lire 01" biipmpss aotv cleTOlving the sliouhJcrs o" the bishopric- tiuv.le it r.eeoE-sary 10 1il) tlic position. Klder O. II. of Raymond, or- dniiLfil neu- counsellor a hig'j Driest and sec 1'ini apari to his new He was assisted by Oder.s Allen. Harker aud AVcoley. Tlicn; was an unusually targe mnn- ber present, and the yore to tint iifiiv ward oCicial FVSP unanimous. Kluer Hindley is well T-sallfle-J far tlta position into he has been called. Ho fulSIleJ a splendid mis- t-Ion to Virginia n.uJ been u. faUh- fti'i tvcrker Jii tio priesthood from his t-ai-ly Ho has foasideraMe ability, is nnJ ire. and popu'ar tvitS aJJ EJCCUSE OFFERED FOK THE CON DUCT OF OFnC ET1S IN ZE9ERN RIOTS j Str.issb'11's tJrrui.iny, JuU- C l i irony Kiueh favorable to the jrwxuPSd army was given the today of the court inai tial Colonel You Heuirr and Lieut, Scliad. uf the 09th Infantry. Iwiio are in connection with I he Xeabern incidents 01 November evidv-t.ee oi uffireis of il't1 regi- hooting nfifiisivp cries against the soldier; both before thi1 ami u ihcy were heing .carried nut. j I'll is nnoiiv was ilaily 'cbeieti ny Hie state's Attorney of ZFJ- ibPtu and by other civilLm ollicials, I but was part [.ills by ,'.he evidence oi 3S ii-lio ha'! been ited by (he soldiers on Nov. :ZX, who hu.fi spent .i night irt ihe i uf l lie barracks. Most in thiil ul in thr crowd had uttered insiiltict; remarks, but ilrc J.ire ii they 11 icr.ii selves imt A RAMBUNCTIOUS PRINCE i Kciiiii. l5.--Cronn I'i E-'red- I erick ai-ijcars to tiave an auitu-ie of io the i novernmeiH and the liuifr in coriiipciioiL thp :il'- fair. Ilumori havo been in ulaiion Fonit1 tinu- down jPrinco had scat telegram to Col, Von Ueuter, commander of tlm IftStU recinu-nt, snid to Iiavt' instructed his to rxct I sivefy iii cases of trouUlc tlie German :inrl pporlc-, tho colonel's stand. Not MincsL iktteuiicn paid to tl.i? nmiors nil they u-f.-c pnblishtd in a T.iris paoer. The Frankfurter Xei- tung now on the story Fays it is to vcnfy it, but atlds i significantly :hti Ot" the Prince do tlif; report. .InIK Woolni'r riv oe-ntly from l.os Angeles, fill- i for n Lu, is buying un horsey mul v.it- j lie ami to IIP ivady to com- j inem-o t'arniing Ibis spring. HP Ims [sold his old Jnr.iso to Frank Hrodor- son mul will build ;i tluo now one. Uco. jiud niothor hero ivom tlie east milking him a uud ai'o at Hue plat tor in is now all i :uitl iho comiiAiiy is piling i uj> trrs ti> brt U5t-.l on the Hot- law mid nou summer, i an> pel tins several I ruin londs I ll-onipy muL Nelson ".i.u> tboir now [--irtienuv t'Oiui'Ieled anil hmv room for three or Sit-acln's. ln> s; ill PS :i tine LirKe ollico, and no ft" shijv 1'ko tiire or" :ill that their way. Work biis n (lie now uii'rr-'Ktntb me anxious to SOP it j all will -et :in aspnc j and will freight I arid i.vjri-fa. oi.ly i-nr- j loa jn of fiei-ht Lnvo bom n-coived or riliijiued oin. j Our stock yards :iro thiisln'd and j They ;irft snoJorii iind rho The Alberta ami Irrigation svill put their vast tract of fino Iind i.ortli of Ketlniv on (the m.irket. H is iho finest tract of i-i Water will be ready to tu.ru on :i.s it is neetlccl. U'o ran JooV Ketlnw and vicinity to boon] as r.o otlier part, of Alberta. I Bver has A Inrso number farmers svll! :ii- tend the Farmers oE Alberta. j coKvcr.liori to convono at hothbriiise .'January 1'Otii. arcl we lire glad to say j jnost of them take their wivos them. This meeting is betng he'd when raru'.ers can spare the time to and jnve a good time ami cn- ;joy ihe iJiey are sure to j The raia and snow thai caino as a I Now VeR.-'s iircj-t'ni bjix nil melted and sone into tho ground to be stored a IimA ro a i bumper crop for 19H. j Chnrl'.'y (tlenn returned from Hi. i 1'anl on Sunday January 4. lie ic- i i-orta a ROQ.1 time and is 'co set hjfk agntn in where Uill busy. I Tho annual school niePtEng ior o: trustees aacl sut-h other as may come before tilt: board i HiH bo Iie'd at Sunny Hill Jaiinarv 12 ;at _ IL ni. At Crt'S-jtit schooi January 10 at ]i. tu. At Rose Plains .lan- Mnry 11 a; _ u. rj. TJon't forget the Id.tr ex. Keila.v Cafe has been, moved to lot block facing ihe depot. .V-'lsoij hau iiis En to Flo t law from hit; fanu and will fit- it up for a dwollins to rent. Iho Currant farm and Loail- ins ;L f-ii' to east, for plastering, I It is the vo.-y I-CM .-.and to be oJi- tuineti. A BREAKFAST BM CEYLON would not bring you more delicious cup of tea than you may have your own table by using It is the world's choicest tea, its finest hill.grown sealed lead BLACK, GREEN or MIXED NO NEED TO SINK TO THE BOTTOM OF.THE uf the soa. llip sinliEiis of tho Titanli; and llio burning of Iho VoUurmi, bsve 1'ceu iho oi nmny novel inventions for the suvtna of occan-Boing iiaFseiiRCK. Wlmt rractk'iilly is best of these inventions Is tlie Mr, Rusclike. thp Inveuior. betorc an mulieiiL-o of scverul of tho leading men roprespnting lUc leading shipping Trio photo- jTrnjih sliowa llio inventor overboard from u vessel on the Thames Hlvi-r, r'fihl In tiio shallow of tbe oi Parltaniynt, KtmlanU. iu nrovo how easily the wearer ot one of tlieso s-jila cun keep alloat. The suit is of especially made goods, which is p'Jt ovor a Lull u round the body. A cap protects ihe head and ears. To assLsl in getting about in the watev, n ciin be taken lo pleues In a set-ond and put into working order In the t.ituD length of is carried. MEN ILL TELL SIORY HIS CELLi VAST AMOUNT OF INFORMATIor-! HOSV ONE IGNORANT PONTJAG BROUGHT OUT AT IN. COUNTY MAGISTRATE AD- QUEST ON MICHIGAN MINISTERED THE LAW STRIKE jot coatrul and ran over llio bank of the Cliln coulee. i Yei imolher is to tako tfaco j in the now hall. This time a mas- i q u crude on tlie night of thr- 5th. M. Prilehard left town on. Friday j for t'.io tionu-stoAd where- he- intends to stay rest of. the whiter. SWEET VALLKY From the far East totiie great West, coffee reigns supreme at the hrcnkfast table. l OTTAWA VOTED FOR j LICENSE REDUCTION .Ian. leilnetion- isls n iiotabie vktorv in die capi- ito! on -Monday, when the favorably on two tnio to reduce tavern licenses by I'-', and in i-cdiico t'ie shop (icer.Kt-a hy JO. Tiio tavern reduction plebiscite carried by ;i rua.'ority of over sever; hundred, while- won out by a majority OL 4-i. Tho rf- j Uuction u-JlJ sojiir into r-fp-ci on Mny 1 next, and ivlli oniv TiO Urf-u.-ict. Loth jiiiil In ?Seal Brand Coffee is the recognized standard by which all others are judged. Chaie Sanborn, Montreal. M f-pver.ii sliii-peii out ias soon as v- R ;r. t our regular train ice. I Mr. M. Salmon made a irip to Flur- Idett Monday on imsEnef.s. j Mr. F. Halmrn tnadu a. irip to j Island last iiinl on !IIH return UK t witli ii uisliap. His iftati! out S-voel Valley. UPC. Hoi- den returned bnnio upending a I yr.ir in States. j Karl Jones has 50110 to Carniangay !o take i.hrtrge of the X'M-thwestern LuJiiiJer .vard inr two inontliy. Mr. Whitten Iina been in j Tor a feu- da; A larpe croH'il at tended tlie f'sy ul whk-h u as scocl. j Starcks a very j neeide'U "aisht, the Iiorso running ine. vvafro.'i bis Thoiiy. He is now getting ntone all j right. j r. CJuiiLFov of RarotiA spoke to the Mr. Miu: Link on .December HO, a daughter. j brothers gavo a dance on j Mr. iind .Mrs. Baiti Sunday :it Jerry .Mr. -M.'-a liunter lure otit Mr. and Jlr.s. are at home ;Las been discontinued owing lo the j softness oi the ieo- I He.rbert left ior llu: east on a combined business ami pleasure trip. Miss Irene Nasli relumed from Grand Forks on Sunday, wbci'c she jhad beeti vtsitiny her sister, j Very little in latest appears to he taken in municipal matters, as et j there have been but two nominations. J Mayor f'ates ntid Alderman Morrison .candidates for (he ma) or ally, j thi.s morning sen j trncetJ Koliinson to fifteen days' bard laiior ;nilccent exposure. Al- vin ior letpived n stntor.cr. I At the provir.i-ial court, house J. Hums, J.I'., seutcuLCd A lev. way to UiiMy days fa "be preicr.c- labor li.id its inniiii; in mvrstigalion Ketris is making into ihe ami riuidi- tnxis of tlie strike nf the Is of the Western l-'edrrnUoii oi Minors iii id many 'j: thr men on strike expreU'il in bi'ioie die 'governor lell Ihc-ir vcraiun of triti They uhmnnl to take up tlir story of ihc vonflirt w'icrf! it hail born Uroiipeil last (Iir aiunly :t tit "tor icirs of j strike rone. Tomorrow may sec thr ion of ihe inijiicsL, uliivh is jicrled to with n hear lug di Ihi' mine owners oueratin s. At yr-stiuday's investifiation, fliiv- ciiior Ferric was on the number of einployci! by tho operators, anil the nmuluT m" that Iiad Ueen import- ed iato the copper coimiry nince the beginning (if the slrikc last sinntncr. Actions of national guardsmen and deputy sherin'x also urre rjuestioneil ami ,in inaiie in determine tlic- ai'ln.Tl niimtrf-r of men who hail quit work Ville Mam1, in UIP j'.nlu-ial djslnc-l i.North men ko oi for trial c-riiniiial wer.- ronlM-.ril in il.e cellar of llu- (rale's for upwards ol ;i numtu. icslfiif] nf Jifilis; seil( to the ,ti lo a wan tlifir It is ;li this has litvn iluc lo ;i 1 nii.sl.-ike w'ct'ti ivas i-n the Pai" of a iiul U." [prurcdi-rp. Tin1 inatislrnfe iii Mr. St. il.ciiu, tJinl llir- tvio men, found them guilty urn! onleiTrl 1o stand trial the criminal j aie l-.rld next Miiy. I In.iirad of the.-M to Jlrvsun to await trial, hn had them conilneil ,in the ccilaf of liis trsiilrnce they jstjiyed tliffp for of .T monlit the autiicjrilins, finilinr; their .plight. mnitKtinicatcd wiUi the aitor ;il tjurlici-, ho onleied hln-ii renunal In 1 iic Etryson jail. OOALDALE (.'oaldalc, Jan. anil Mts. KfM Icit .Sunday to spemf 'several mouths in MonjfA, (.'ah >irs. Jno. I'. Mnnrp. a former re- sident oi ConJilnh1. i.s :i ut (fie llioir.e of Mr. ami Mrs. H. A. Suggitt. Mr. 'I'heo. Dyke is a Calgary "visit- or. Miss ol Calgnry. is (he. teaclier, filling tire vac.mcy oi ;of Miss HJanch Mrfntic. ja relatives at Mrs. McPherscm pCTdlnt; the liDlfcla Otiorse Short tridgo A Jargo ci-ov.-d atttuclpd home ;ifter in Nanton. 'ojit- tu J.c-rh VETERAN ENGLISH ACTOR PASSES AWAY at ihf; scJiooJ houie. Ixtr.doli. Jan. MoUord. a I retnran ae.ltj-. retired last year is over for tiu after forty years on ihc s inter here, t Sum! :iy morning. Ho hud been V. clicil on I ir.g a novtil entitled "Two and had words, Mrs. Jones to Cai j to atay witli her son until she is able ito travel bark to the States. recently discussed tho death of, Cliar- Mrs. ami d-iiiRhtcr Mabel, i leR Dickens, prior to com-lmUng from Granvini. are v-isititijj ivitji (amrly. j wtio TounU her lather dsa j wilH tho ineasHge written on HEI velopo In a "n-eak, straggly "Jacky finl.sh 'Two PilKiiinf FKKME Comntander of th'e Salvation An-iy In the United SteUa. Miia H'-.-ih is coming to Canada in March to ic-iure In certai nCansdian on Father." is the elder', daughter of the late General William Booth. the swollen glands and inflamed membranes often affect other tissues and impair their healthy action. Scott's Emtzftion stands Jilone na ntiture'a corrector of throat troubles; it a cod liver oil is Rptprfily converted into germ- renifttlng tifisue the gljcerine is curatirc atid TV hilt the emulsion up. h-jitda the forcvn to avert the weakening influence which follow throat troubles. Knrnie, Ii. C., Jamiarr Directed to do." for the Great Northern "Jaeky" umhjiiake.i to 1'inisjt the railway Iierc lias been promoted tu says her father hail heo.n Ihe agency at Mtml. feverishly anxious lo finish lim vvor'K .1. D. mechanic, sluing all nlijht (o ultl) anri .1. K. Cfle, auditor of the Great It- j rsnUvai, has hecu Melford made his final efLgagetl in company business in j-'or-jln Ntjvemijrr last. vs-Jjen at Jiis I fit, >ie rarrlfd from an r.utoinoijlift to the heavy rains of Ihc to tho stare, -with Illm-ps, weak past two rlays ihe snow has almost. and Iremullnp. imt his will overcame ar.il curling and skating his Rreal sutferins. CURES COUGHS SCENE OF CALUMET "lioil .I.K.'kef ul Vxlatanl, Jlk'll.. Nero sevonty-tu-o lives wc.rc crusherl out on Christmas rionio navr; a CT7 ot "fire" nnd In the [janlr, tile >mll Htairway on the, h.'ft was Illlcil with of and Htnothcrtd cliililriMl. Wen? shipped into Alberta ihe Past Year The proportion. ;it rnic ol 155 a-uls per ivjjivscnls a loss'o I' lo our district for cucJi clay ol' Iho I'ouitry Inisjness iii Albi-ria will jay it properly coniiucfed, for tlic of feed r.in be raiseil A with Knvou-eij-'btlirt ft'liirp iiinl DUfrfixlJih Kcrk at Afirionl- tur.il in Hfalo of Orcunn a record