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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 THE I.ETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN The best meal will be spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality. rand will save even a poor meal from being a failure, CHASE SANBORN Uluc KUibon Tea, CoIfM, ll.iklng Powder, Spices. Jelly rowdvrs and Kxlracis. Purest anil Lcol. Wten hi do'jLt use nice Ribbon. We guananlee perfect satisfaction all o'jr pure food products. FOKMER LETHBFUDGE DETECT- 1VE LANDED MAN WHO STOLE PASSES FROM G. T. P. Edtr.ODtoa. Alta, Jan. 1 Holmes, chic! derk ID the Mechanical i offices of the CJrmd Triink Pacific railway, his Leen arrested on the charge of stealing passes from the office In which he was J Detectlce Kronlng took charge ol the iiMii at McBrSile jeslerday after- jioou and returned to the city thlo morning. The arrest of Holmes fol- Ilowa a Elate tut nt mafic by O. S. tier- ow, also In custody In con nee don with the that Ilclmea tbe party who stole the passes. The puSfes were first slnten from the Edmonton mechanical depart- mcnt Holmes was the chief clerk of the office. Two ic.nnlhs ago was _ _ _D_ Jj j, transferred to and It is al- J} he hna stCiC-n passes from the Western oIFIcc also, fcr tlie pallet de- r ,claie that Gerow staled that he haJ j received some from Holmes after latter hail been transferred. The stolen passes ucre Wanks with; the exception of the proper counter-1 sign of 11. George and tho official slg- j nature of M. Donaldson. I When they were handed to the salesman, they were kept until imr- chasers were found and then the i name of one uf the men and tlte desil nation were typed on them. Provis- ion was also made whereby several j ethers traveled on one j--asa and In this way It (a believed that hundreds j of men journeyed as far as Winnipeg and Fort William. j MADE IN LETHBRIDGE HIGH CLASS, FIRST QUALITY, HAND DIPPED CHOCOLATES and CANDY i SWEET VALLEY WHEAT CENTRE Miss IJesaie Molt has rtturned from tilko, H. C., vrliorc she has been visit- 1cg friends and relatives. She reports everything lively In tho UUJfj moun- tain town. Owing to tlio cold weather the mas- querade ball given at Iloseiheart last Friday was not very well attended, but a. goo'l time was enjoyed by all. Mclndoo has hcen doing some Improving on his house lately. John lyarson was the guest, of C. D.ilton on Friday last. Peter and C. DaUon were callers at the Booth ranch on Sunday Harry lUckeits made au over Sun- ,day Btop al this place, returnfns to j his farm near Wjll Turlcy returned home after two months at his home at Lenberg, S.isk. Clyde Holden SE spettJIug this week in Calvary. Mre. Patrick was the sick Ii3tthe first part of the week. The I-adles' Aid meet on Wednes- day with Mrs. Holden, The snow IB all pone and some aro discing in the fields. Sold in South LetKbridge at i'S Sold, in North Lethbridge at The reproducing point of the new Edison Cylinder Phonograph is a diamond It was appropriate that when Mr.: Edison was seeking the utmost perfection in sound reproduction he should find that this power lay in the diamond. He discovered it in the cour.se of more than experiments, al- ways looking toward rarer sweet- ness, mellower, stronger tone. He has equipped every new f iprin drive JM rtop. is iriiKct aad oe has equipped every new Edison Phonograph with a diamond-point reproducer. When this marvelously impervious -produce but one tip rests upon the surface of the increased volume combined with unbreakable Blue Am- rarest sweetness. Hear berol Record, ihe aBlucAmberoIatyour heavier pressure can ExJison dealer's today. A COMPLETE LINE OF EDISON AND RECORDS WILL BE FOUND AT j FORECAST OF THE RE.DISTRlaU- TION OF FEDERAL SEATS IN ALBERTA RUMORED. THAT MONTREAL STAR M AGNATE" HAS BOUGHT OUT A RIVAL ;lroni the prouiiws, nMch is in the capital! Alberta stands to gain five new sfats. Ottaiva, Jan. the terras o! Montreal. Jan: (9 understood the redistribution bill as already at-1 here, that Sir Hugh Or'Rham IUB ranted, and it is understood assented bought the Herald from D. to by the Conservative delesition j Lorno McGlbbon. 'Tke letter pur- cbased It Borne time. from the [iroprielora. J. S. Bllerley and Preder. IcK A. Graham., Since-Iht.n he In- sUtuted.an action-for dam' ages against. Sir Hugh araham and toe Stnr The of Uiq ifftper vlH ol course car- ry with It. tho all ont- _ted hstweon South Caljary ar.d Mac- atandlris proceedings. Sir Hugh Or; cod. A sent which will include the; bun, wlien aakert about the reported vhole ol northern Albetta, north of had belter guess is trio filth in the list, ol Calgary ivill divided and so will Edmonton to provide a new const- ituency each. Another new constitu- ency will hnve Medicine'Hat as Its nhilc. slill another will be ctc- ,ew ridings. By the rearrangement, therefore, .lie province will be divided as fol- ows A scat including all northern Ubcrta, beginning 50 miles north ol Edmonton east and west Hdmonton, nch seat inclining portions oi the surrounding country a scat taking n LIoydrnTnster and Wainwrlght; a scat.including Wetaskiwln ar.d Stratli- cona a with Red as its center north and south Cal- gary a scat with Maclcod as Its ccn- another with Lethhrldge as its ut; a constituency including .Medi- cine Hat and Its environs, snd n seat between south Calgary and Maclcod. SENATOR COX WAS GENEROUS GIVER iVevertheleFS the rumor anc received as accurate (a well In formed quarters. ONEFOUR NEWS LATEST GIFT WAS TO TORONTO NOT PURSE PROUD THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. PHONE 445 13TH STREET NORTH Kenny Allin, Limited, Drug-Book Store Slh Street, South Lellibridge, Litllo Hoy. iVhitescl, who bas been suffering, from a severe attack ot In- KsinimatIOQ.br .the throat tonsils, was hurried .to Havre, Montana, (or medlcar.trcatment, Wednesday. Roy. E.. .WalXIns lias returned to New payton .after spending the hoH- aye with friends Ip. Onefour. Samiie] Cross strucX water at twe tetl on Section1 35. W. C. Trainer, from.WolIord. Norlh Dakota, :waa here. Thureday looking for a. homeiLead. ftccomp by. J, Klmbrougb of 3-5 and D. N. Current of A, B. Crandell of Mtcot, North Da- kola, litj- flled on the hfclf of Perfect Flour Perfect wheat, perfectly ground by perfect pro- cess in a perfect mill, by perfect millers Royal 1 Household Flour Gives perfect results In all baking Ask Your-Grocer for it Tor Sale by All Dealers Section 31-1-4 and Ills son A. Ija? taken the west half "of Section 30. Thcao tuo men u-ere here some lime ngo searching for land, anil after looking over orcrr land .in several other localities, decided to locate- In our township. While on the way with a load of bulldlne material for his house, the elder Mr. Cranrtcll had the mWor- tuna to fall Into in open cellar and break a bone In hU rlplit r.Tlat. The Injured member was placed cpltrits by a Toral physician; and the two Crandell's rtiliarleJ -Thursday fo'r'fj. Dakota to spend the winter arid await recovery ol tho arni. 0. H. Hunt of 3-7 brought In a of the Crandell matcrtil; purchased at Foremoit outsider who' bujB tochft Is a gambler pure and simple. The late senaior was a literal don- or rdlRioiu nnd educa- tional purposes, one ol Ms last jllli bring to the Toronto Ocn ml hospital. Though he hart a proud place In tlic couocils ol the magnates ol the country, false pride had no pince in Whtlhfr in I'el- crboro, 01 Toronto, he trjuall) approachable. "One of the best qualities of Sena lor Cox thai I saiil Senator Jaflrny, "Is that he always liked to talk to his employees, tf he were s-alkin; dour; Kins street with the governor and met an engine wiper, whom he had been accustomed speak to. he would slop and shake hands him." H has been decided to hold the funcr.it on Mor.ilay. It will be ol a privnlo nature, and no announcement is given as lo hour it will bo hfld.Interment will take place in the family mausoleum in Mount I'lcjsant efmetery, The cause ol Senator Cos's Ldeatli was liarJcning of tho arleilcs. A Cube to a Cup Every minute of every day and night Oxo Cubes are .being usett to invigorate save time and trouble. Much better than Beef-Tea Every and. busy rein if.d VOPIA of abstaining ud Oxd bine if-.e rich r.o-Jtiihbj protein with ibe stimulating very ixiilij aplwillh Jind UHUKt OTHER NONE Of THS STRENGTH THAT 0X0 CftEATfS ,15 LOST lj( THE FXOCESt OF AUIMrLATKM. no 2dd hot fteaily in oit o< to, v iflJ row CsUs. CLBES ;