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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta We�hwHcd suddenly, was buried today. Toor Airs. Parks only survived him a few days. Mr. .lack Brake, who was knocked over by a C.P.R. engine, and had to lose his arm, died in the sat.. Eugene Hospital early this morning. He leaves a wife and three young children and will be missed by all his friends. THE LATE DUKE OF ABERDEEN ROGHETTE IS UKELY IN MEXSC City uf Mexico, Jan. 15.-Henri RocheLtci the French banker and promoter, who was convicted at Paris of embezzling, but disappeared from that city recently while out on bail, is in Mexico City. He managed to make his escape from the polici-, however.  j Rochetto is helieved to have arrived at Vera Cruz on board the steamer Espaguc, but the Vera Cruz police said that they were unable to locate him. ' j CRAWLED DOWN WILL RENOUNCE FOOD TAXES AND CLING TO LEADERSHIP OF PARTY London, .Ian. 14.-Andrew Bona? Law and Lord Landsdowne decided today to retain the leadership of the Unionist party in the House of Commons and the House of Lords respectively, and to abandon the stand they have heretofore taken on the subject of focd taxation, in connection with the scheme of Imperial preference. In reply to the memorial addressed to him on January 9, by a representative meeting of Unionists, in which the abandonment, of the policy of food -Until-1 Used "Fruit-a-tives" Worlds Greatest Kidney Cure ' Practically everybody in Toronto knows /Professor J., F, Davis. For 'years, jtie elite of that city has taken less6ns:'Jroni. Prof. Davis in the art of DaitciHgand Deportment. � Pis constant activity gradually weak-enact his Kitlneysi, 'which calamity threatened to.make him an invalid. But read Prpf. Davis' letter- 563 Church Sri,.Toronto, Ont. DECEMBER 29th 1911 "tiwant'to Bay that'"Fruit-a-tives'> is tny only medicine, and has been for the 'past five years. Previous to that, I had been-troubled-with Rheumatism and Kidney 'Disease, arid had taken many 'remedies without satisfactory results. Noticing the advertisements of "Fruit-a-tives" I adopted this treatment altogether, and as everyone knows, I am now-and! have been since taking " Fruit-a-tives"- -enjoying the best of health", J. F. DAVIS. If Rheumatism or Kidney Trouble ia making you miserable, take "Fruit-a-tives" and get well. 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of pric# by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. taxes was advocated, Andrew Benav Law, 'who also speaks for Landsdowne says: "It would have beeu more agreeable to ourselves, and, iu our view, more for ths interest of the Unionist party that a change, of method should have been accompanied by a change of leaders." Mr. Law goes on to say that as, in the opinion of. the memorialists, a change of leadership would be "fatal to the interests, of the party and the country, "we feel it our duty to comply with the request." WILL AFFILIATE C01II1S I Business Men Practically Decided to Join Forces With Board of Trade WINNIPEG TRAGEDY DEEPENS Winnipeg, Jan. 13.-While the body Cf_ ihis victim, Mrs. Hancock lies in a. local undertaking establishment, and seems destined for the potters field, because no one has come forward to guarantee burial expenses, Walter Eaves is either in fact or simulation a raving lunatic. His physicians think, that the two bullets he sent into his head and which destroyed the optic nerve may also very probably have deranged his reason. The meeting of the Business Men's Association held in the Board of Trade office last evening was taken up chiefly with the propesed idea of amalgamating the association with the Board of Trade. It was a free and easy discussion in which those present expressed themselves favorably disposed in joining with the Board of Trade. President. Nelson explained that the work in connection with publicity and industrial affairs would in future be taken over by the council and that there were many advantages to be gained by considering seriously the question of combining with the Board of Trade. After discussing the subject in all its bearings, A. E. Dod-rtnan moved, seconded by Mr. Good, that the Business Men's Association affiliate with the Board of Trade as a retail section of the latter body on condition that the board would accept such. It was also decided to qualify the motion by adding a provision to the effect, that the position of secretary to the new board be elected by the executive instead of by the full board. The motion carried unanimously, after which J. Bawden was nominated as chairman of the retail section. It was thereafter decided to adjourn until after the meeting of the Board of Trade on Friday evening. ^STALLED HE DISTRICT DEPUTY FRED ROBINS AND LOCAL BRETHREN OFFICIATE AT S. O. E. FUNCTION Macleod, Jan. 15.-The Sons of England held their annual installation of officers in their lodge room last night, the ceremony being performed by Dist. Deputy F. T. Robins, P.P., of Lethbridge, assisted by Pres. Baines, Cowley, and Bros. C. Westley, P.P., and C. Gibson, of Lethbridge! There was a record attendance of members, and the initiation of new members was performed in creditable j style. 1 Following the installation ceremony, I the visitors were entertained to a light supper, and a fine programme of song and story gone through. This young lodge now numbers sixty members, and the financial statement presented last night shows the lodge to be In an extremely good financial position. Jewels were presented to the various officers *y the D.D. S. P. 10 SELL STOCK BIG BOGUS DIVIDEND MANIPULATOR SOLD $205,000 MINING STOCK-OLD GAME ", tt brinps Good Luek en Baking day because every requisite of a perfect baking powder i� embodied in "Alberta's Belt." "Alberta's Bo�t" i� purs, solutely pur�. "Alberta's Best is pefeetiy fret from any substance injurious to health. "Alberta's Best" is Uniform-Definite-Tried-It is known by good oooks everywhera-Ask your grocer for it today. dividends referred to by Courtis'aggregated more than $35,000. ..Nfjarly 700,000- shares of stock'in this mine, he added, had been sold by the . defendants for a net sum of $205,0*66. The government closed'-its case so far as the gold mines as promoted by the company ate concerned and'tooV. up the four oil companies. COST OF CANADA'S ARMY Arthur Johnston, a London engineer, is dead from scalds as a result of having turned the wrosg valve. Ottawa, Jan. 14.-The people of the Dominion spent seven million five hundred and fifty-eight, thousand two hundred and eighty-four dollars for military purposes last year, according to the annual report, of the Militia and Defence Department, laid upon the table in the House of Commons yesterday, by Col. Hon. Sam Hughes. '�This is slightly o.'er one dollar rot every man, woman and child in the country. It is an increase iu expenditure of 5731,947 over last year. New York, Jan. 15.-It cost $63,-000 in wages' to "take" $20,000. in ore from the Empire Gold Mine in Sierra County, Calif., notwithstanding this, A. L. Wisncr declared a monthly diy-idend of one-half of one per cent, on,the stock for a yearand then raised the dividend to one per cent., according to the testimony-given yesterday by Jerry Courtis in the trial of  Wisncr and John J, Meyers on charges of using the -mails to de-' fraud in promoting mining companies. " ~ '' .� .''.-' ' Courtis testified that he was! foreman of the mine from 1005. to Sept. 1907. He said the mine had not oily not been a great producer, but during;' this period it cost about $3 to mine $1 in gold. -..'": Geo. W. Storick, the government's expert accountant, testified that the WOLFE DID RECITE FROM GREY'S ELEGY HISTORIC. .HISTRIONIC STUNT CONFIRMED BY .FINDING, QF SIGNED MANUSCRPT \ \ London, Jan. 15.-The vicar, of Wes-terham, Wolfe's-, birthplace, has. -received a communication from Plirls stating - that a. copyof, Grey:'s i.'Elegy" has; long' been in � the - possession of W. N. Coiling, beating an inscription showing that \% originally ' belonged to General Wolfe. , "The discovery is important as" -Vending' to confirm the truth of General Wolfe reciting the . Elegy' wliilf; drit'tmK down the St. Lawrence. n Navy as Proposed by Sir Wilfrid Laurier - Two Fleet Units: One on Atlantic and One on Pacific. Two Dreadnoughts, Six Cruirers, Twelve Destroyers, Six Submarines - 26 Fighting Ships Manned and Maintained by Canada �1 i, V* * ink* 'Tlse two fleetKiiiiti� vrwh the Liberal atternatiie to the Bordenna\al polio* would cost fully thirty-five million dollars to construct. They would consist of -two Br,ead< ;