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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 11,10-13 THE LETHBRip;GE DAILY IIEEALD Pasre � LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 1 Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 50c.-5.30 to 7. 6.30 to 7.-50c. Sunday Dinner de Luxe RELISHES Celery Queen Olives White Onions SOUP Green Turtle aux Francaise FISH Baked Halibut Steak, a la Langouste ENTREES Boned Pigs' Feet a la Colbert Chicken Cutlets, Maryland Siyle Oyster Patties, a la Relne Cream Puff, aux Quenelles SALADS Salad a I'Espagnole ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding Leg of Mutton with Dressing POULTRY , Roast Young Chicken, Cranberry Jelly VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Yips with Cream DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Pie Hot Mince Pie English Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce Lemon Meringue , Strawberry Ice Cream and Wafers Marble Jelly Assorted Fruit Muscatels and Almond* Cheese, Saltene Wafers Cafe Noir PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 A RESOLUTION There's a New Year's resolution Any one can make and keep; It will ihelp one's constitution Ami enable one to sleep. It will try to keep from fretting, When I caunot see the sun; I will try to keep from getting Over troubles that are past; I will try i.o keep from grieving Into yuan-els I may shun. I will try U, keep believing Things will all come right at last. I will try to keep from sighing. When l ought to smile instead; I will try to keep on trying To deserve to get ahead. * *  J)r. .). K. and .Mrs. I.overiK- arrived home from the east today. * �  .Mr. S. .1. Kilmer, of Provost-, who has been the guest 0f his sister, Mrs. Lyle, will return home cm Monday. *  * Mrs. W. K. Krwin, of Moose .law, j is a guest with Mrs. Fraser Cameron, No. 1 Strathcona Court. * * * Miss Xibloek, 0f Medicine Hat, who has been a guest with Mrs. V. V. P. C'onybcarc, Riverview, returned houw today. * * * Dr. Hroadus, of the University oi Strathcona, who lectured in the Central school test- evening, was c Ruust with Mr. and Mrs. R. Howard Dob-son during his stay in the city. Farmer Scores Gity Council (Continued from front pag�> ' It is just ag easy to ship "flour as �wheat, and you save the by,products; hrahVand shorts, at the same tima encouraging', the farmer In his attempts to go'into mixed farming, by supplying him with cheap feed lor his stock. "When you look at.the Lethbridge mar-lset prices at present, and find that the. prices of bran and shorts are on n par .'with tha price of wheat, there should not be the least difficulty in inducing the milling industries to locate /.hero.If cheap power Is-guaranteed" *1Xrt hem;**lien:' 3t"'caii "'.bV,showtf tha> t&ey can sell the by products;, vlz.^branarid shorts, atas high' a;-Hs-ure - as they pay. -for their wheAt/.tftftt-is., weight for weight. >,   ^ t *� Radial Railway Now, Sir, before concluding this letter, , there is just one point I would draw the attention of tha .citizens of lethbridge to, and that is the necessity of securing a charter for -a radial road. The reason for this is obvious. If they possessed such a road, it would not only give communication with the various mines, tout they could haul slack coal (to a central power plant )over their own radial road, and 'with such facilities it would plaoe the city in an excellent position to deal with the various coal companies In buying all their slack coal at a minimum price for a long term of years, thus assuring the coal companies of ah income for a class of fuel which is worse than valueless to them at present. Of course, in stuying tho above proposition in connection with a Tad-ja.1 road, the bridging of the ri\ .-r at Ashcroft's mine and also at the Diamond would naturally become a live question, 'but as one of your correspondents has repeatedly pointed out, the Canadian Northern have their eyes on Taber as a very desirable place for their Toad to enter.' A look at the map would sh0wsthat the most direct way would be a bridge across the river at the Diamond mine that would give them entrance very directly into, both Lethbridge and Taber. The Lethbridge radial -road should get' accommoditton over- 'auch a bridge, if Mr. Mitchell, of the Alberta government, is to be relied upon. Tho same woQl4.-ap.ply. in-tha ease of crossing the i-tT_, ,, m,i, ,,, ,+; ,,;ti, m 4. ., , ., 7 . i Miss (J llaeaii-muloerrv satin with m tables were made up, the. fortunate . r accessories. ' . lB prize winners being Miss Grindley . Mjss ^ (Mediciue Hat) and Mr ihomas laylor, while the Frcnchv vn of vwhUc satini witU -gg consolations went to Mr. and Mrs. hiriin^ faa)ld pear, trimminB. | ' " ,n-e"- . , ! Miss Downer-a striking imported! igown of peach hand-painted chifion Mrs. George W. Allison was- host- oVer pink satin with fringe and lovely corsage bouquet of Richmond roses. Hir Miss McLeod-dainty frock of pale blue chiffon mounted over blue satin. Tho tremendous crowd i,!i,'(M' and satisfied shoppers that continue to visit our store (lindii^' the progress . � tennis dance, which was"held in the; Mrs. John Jacob Astor, widow of S.O.K. hall last evening, was the man who lost his life in the Ti-generally remarked that in point -jf tanic disaster, has added a beauty par-absolute enjoyment the dance was lor to the other extravagant acces-without doubt the best of the'series sories 6f the $2,000^000 New York so far. | house, willed her by her late hus- The trwsic was very fine, especially ' band, after supper, when a second violin , The most elaborate apparatus for and drum were added, the result he- the massage of the face, chest, arms ing pleasing to the most fastidious anci SCRip ims been installed, and for critic. ; j the further treatment of the hail Red and green shaded lights pro- ti^e }s a gold-plated comb, the teeth duced a strikingly pretty effect, as o�-' W}iich are hollow, and through they shone on beautifully gownei^ wo- them a spray is pressed from a tiny men and their more sombrely attired bl,iD over .tne head. There is also a escorts. j b.eii-Hke electric machine for face The supper menu left nothing'to be D],eaching, several varieties of sham-desired. Miss Beryl Nimmons kindly 1)0o bands, nail polishes, nail enamels, played an extra. The special cars at na}1 ,Dieaches, a jeweled set of cuticle one and two were indeed a convent- , scim.tB and knives, expensive marcel ence, which was much appreciated by | irons and an array of imported silk a number of the guests. j � Jr nets Among the many lovely gowns in j por all'tuls formidable assortment in evidence were-. ^ .......' ' of taachinery for providing -hand Mrs. P. W. Downer-becoming cosyn tank steamships. The petrol is' to be manufactured from crude oil in England. ] At Kethom, Nottinghamshire, a thin j alcpe being about 75,000, as tho bonds sold at 11% below par. This money, together with some $052^000, which will be in the hands of,the treasurer shortly from the sale of the bonds, and with the addition of the money from the sale of the lo- cal improvement 'bonds Which will be j band of sandstone, charged with crude petroleum has just been fpund. The auto cab strike is unchanged, the employers, the men aud the oil companies all remaining firrnv issued shortly, will place the city in a fairly good financial position, and in another year the council hopes to be- lu a position to go ahead with other improvements which are necessary,..but PQt urgent just, at -the" present time. The bylaw mentioned above will be voted upon on February 5, between tilt hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., tip polling place to bp. the old city, oolice station. Owing tq, the ruling of Mr. Bruce, jnunipjpal lawyer pf Toronto, ii'Is Impossible to extend tho hours ot voting past .live.o'clock. THIS' MAIL OF LITTLE USE Miss Uroh (Monarch)-wine:eolienne!;in the world by these paprasitic wo with trimmings of self. j Miss Black-chic frock of mauvoL silk veiled in chiffon. Miss Higtnbottvaai-smart' jewelled men: who are cursed with too much money and too little sense, they are really a negligible proportion of the body social. -~ Calgary, Jan. 10.-Two mail bags arrived Here todny,' almost singed to a cinder. The - letters, .about seven thousand in all, were badly burned, addresses being obliterated, This happened in the baggage car. at Winnipeg recently. They were Toronto postmarked Jnmiary 4: �� ailing relief for Croup- �md Whsopine Cough, NEWS BREVITIES MRS. LUKE GOT MOTHER AND KIDNAPPED HER SQN FATHER IS LEFT LAMENTING By stealing quietly into Letfhhridge on the eastbound Flyer / yesterday morning, and stealing out just as quietly with her little son, -Garnet, on the 9,30 train to Great Palls, Mrs. A. L. Luke of Spokane, divorced wife of A. Ij. Luke of this city, succeeded in- accomplishing what Denton M .Crowe, one of the cleverest lawyers at Spokane failed to do on November 16, last when he was arrested in Cran-brook on a charge of kidnapping tfhe boy in question. Garnet Jfl today safe at his mother's home in gpoljarie, while, his fatjier hero is njaldns^yain attempts to-have the woman :jart88tid, on a jtidnaprjing gnarg?. : . How She Obtained Qeod Pfea�l "I have been baking now for }2 years" writes one housekeeper, ''and have never had good bread till I used White Swan Yeast Cakes." gold at gfopers In packages of 6 cak^s for Bp. Write White Swan Spices & Cereals, Limited, Toronto, fpr sample. , ,T i �Mrs. John Patterson, wife of the manager ol the eleatTic Jtght plant at Brussels, was seriously injured by be-in^ caught in the'Shafting of the plant. v :*"'  ' .v.: An attempt waamade to wreck a train at Charlottetown, -P. J3. I,, where a switchlock was broken and,: tne switches thrown rmeq.' The train wag derailed.'. � -.-^ When Wilfrid Salter, 17-years of age, oriCingston,.pulled" t^'vrevolver out ot- his- pocket-,-apd wap. about to blow His brains-out, he suffered a ffiintiug siiell an4'fell to the floor. The Ottawa Citizen (Con) editorially .regards -Tory Torontols.vyote' on the assjaasmPnt pleulsette asjre'yealing the - general damand-tfor '.taxPreform, nnd; say's- that;- Sir^-Jamepi''.jitney's, pef usal" t d'-wtoRost ft Ho i gB�er* i>-m ov e-nlent 'hna ma'de NC W. Rqwell "tjte ac. pepted champion of the tax reformers.". .'"' on Every Jime! Supreme aboy^ til others in quality �nr� raised by merit qlom tQ that proud ertiiri-erice - Alberta's Best Baking^. Powder is unifortti^p^^ fresh-it is ,.4nvaria|^: depeiidable'.' - '�Xour giro-* .cWknowBr^---'34'-1-' :_J* ;