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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueaflar; kai-eli 25, lOlg: THE T.y.THBBIPOE DAIT.Y HERAI^D Page 5 DR. cream ADMIHISTBUING THE "CURE" - - - If IHirity in foodj lower cost of living- these aire the demands of the day. K^rerfooid; is healths and health is economy Itself; Wcicann^ fuifood; *.;; Tlietmost healthM^^ fo^ the quickly raised iloiii^ foods - biscuit, cake, muffins, cnistsandlotherpastiTrwhen perfectly made from whoksome ingredients. ^^^^^ makes these foods in specially attractive, appetizing and -wholesome form, and, for both eco^onlic and hygienic reasons, such food should be more^ largely substituted^ for mert in the daily But bear Jn mind that alum, or unwholesome baking powder^^h^ can never make pure, whole' � somefoodi � �-�-^-^�-^.^ Sketch marie at the University of Toronto, wben Dr. Frledmann was in--Jectlng the serum into the patients. OLONEL lEKINGS BODY !S 10 BE, Left Estate of Large Proper tionS-Relatives Seem to Be Suspicious DISTRICT NEWS ALTORADO tabulated list , of: storms ie 825 WERE KILLED AND 694 WERE INJAJRHD,' ACCORDING TO ^ REPORTS- BtCEIVED . Chicago, March 24.-iiTotals of the , 'dead and injurefJ� Jn*the' track'^of � Suri-,,day's':"stbrm'areVas^ ,;� accord^ lug to reports-tonight: - - ' 'i�� -'Doad Injured Omabar antf.'siijittrbs' yij; c � 330 ->^erro;Haute'iliidi-r^t-J.;,r .Hfutan ,.................... 16 (Berlin, Neb.. � ......v- 8 .toqii- Bluffs,:la:; 1^2- ^ :::-Bartletty:'Iai:';..;,i;v:^,^i,-.;� - (Weston,- Ia;i.i..,,jj,S;vi........ �Neola, -la........... . Olenwootir la. ,,..., 'Beobe, Ja',- v....;;vr .,;.,....* Malvern,:.la. . ' .VValton, -Ills. 'Sterling, Ills:*;::.:::;.,.A:. , Traverse Cit/,.Mich...7,5" allies : pbndoiif March 25.-The exhumation �rf 'tlielbody,' 0^^^^^ Colonel ChasJ Meeking,',:who: died suddenly a Jear; ago, continues to be a question ot TO (!l fl^f "ffl Col Mcekinfe, who was seventy- ;  W WLUUL- �l IILrlinil thr�e years.old when he, died, left an .....^....... , estate valued at $3,000,000 which was LONG DRAWN //.OUT'!J'PERFORIVI. ;left about;equally-divi^^ ' ANCE IS MAKING'PEOPLE son, Hume, and his young widow, BprriMP iMDATiBNiT ' * yearly income of ,$2.0,- BECOIVie IMPATIENT 000. This.widow was his second wlfei a .FrenCii'-^^^^ .who was' formerly Sybil; Dedohes: 'de Pierrefeu CbunteEis V 2 2 5 1'' 1 1 40 20 12 13 10 2 2 2 2 2 3 ,1' ' ' -:-vT,-~- ' was a winnipeg woman Winnipeg, March 24.-^Mrs. Edith fM. Kimball, who,'''',)Wlth her little daughter Frances,'was. Wiled in the , ptorm-raging-in tffe 'State of'Nehras-'ka, was thb wife oPJSi W. Klmbdll, of ' this city. Mr. Kimball'is Jn the em-" ploy "of/the MacKenzle .Machine Co. She"w^ Vl^t4ng her parents at'Opa-ha, aiid' intended* returning home in the next day,or so. Thc other child, a hoy, appa^rently escaped injury. London,,March ,25.-rrThealHes., are de. Golignysj eMest daughter 6t the, stramin^^v^ry^efforttconclusiM,,.bpth:m:;,qrd^ y^^^^ .-^ ;any> further.interferencp^rby^a^ ior of the Colohel,; to wlioiri shfe wasf ing..powers, .whichvwouldtoonsiderftbiy! married'iii 1907 hamper.the.progress of� the.campaign -rhe first step'in the inquiry as' to' and because the jieople of the^Balkan the death bf Col: Meekine wis taken states^ are ^growing ' dau'^erously im- oii Thursday last vi-hen an order was patient ol the long;campaien.^ - semisd for exhuming the colonel's .Recording to av'�P�>ial despateh body from the fam'ily vault irt BMck- itom the'Sofia cdrrespondent'of the 'irighainsbire, where the deceased was S^S^ 1 ternfic':and- geueral a rich land owner. The requestwas bombardment of Adrianop>, be on made by certam members of ihe cdl- �n ^ oners family, who when warned that ^"^^J'**^. .*.'^�'?,*I'^)'eb�u"tl^'*J?^^^^^^ ^"""^ a request might lead to a be- deter. Hef that foul plav was suspected, c^ity. at,once, made the peculiar answer that'.what ...'v*' i;,5T.r.-iiWas^Vwantedv.waSifinfoirmationvwjietlv- HA8 TOMBSTONES ' lii ; J . � - i i er the colonel died of - cancer or an- FOR HORSES other, malignant .disease,, so -that;:the survivors might take. . .precautionary Altorado.Alta.i March 21.-Pound law petitions seem to be the order of the day. Both. Burlington and Flowery Plains seem: to be m favor o� close season. Mr. Donaldson lost a valuable horse recently-. This is, we understand, the second this season. It is rumored that AUorado will be made a money order olTicc. This is a move, in ' the right direction. Where there are no banks, conveniences of this sort are vital. A riwnstcr: celebration is being arranged for here oh July 1st. Now, let us all pull toother and have one good-show. If: is, so much better than half a do7in dinky little affairs. .Mr. Buchanan;.;M.P., is a very popular personage, in the south country ust now. Assurance has been given that considerable work will be done on'the roads all. through this country as sooa, as the-,'weather, conditions permit, . Thos.' J. O'Neil!,! sold his stock of machinery, etc,, recently. This is the' first sale in this country, and if.we. may judge by the prices paid,, there are lots' of people'.who have unbound-, ed confidence iu their homesteads. John.Ogllvie' has retired to private life Well, it will be lots quieter, won't' it, Jock ? '�'' Mrs. Long has if^urncd from Leth-bridge. Wonder, what sorb of a housekeeper Will was.T-V^ Everyone is arranging for all , the crop they can possibly handle. The rail-way news makestius. all feel like farming now after-ssbfmany years: of, shall we say, idleness.............. The C, P. R. hafs> bought the right of way for the Weybiim line. It iruns .through town8:>6-12i': 6-11,' 6-10 and 6-9. ^, . ;^'Miimc.\ New,york Man-ch 2j.-Thr^ new "^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^.lliAek by, tlie graniteaieads ones on ^the farm of the .contents of the old.mil- Roberb P. collier near.Bed Bank, N. 'jj jr^.g gtomach was to be. sub- J., mark the burial'placetof a trio of ^.^^^^ ^ chem'isf for-analysis.' -buDters,>3.ithat:.weroi3pn''the'lyth'.'instj' �was '^eii attended,;j'and^!ffi'*fi'iie'\'eveA^^ iing 'was-enjoyed by-all;''}:'- -v -' ' � -"Mr: McFaddon Is drilling a well for .MjTijCochrane 'thi8.,^eek'.':^ij,v,,. J!-"^-, .rJ,'j,l Martin Long, Gor&pn'/Johnson^ anti I'Mike OJson �went to 'iiethbHd'ge i'to at-' %na?{V|dme\bupin4|^ a'trip to.iWheat!^eriibe?on|Tui^ Soren Ellifaon '1^ >busy hauling Oil Lamps in 1690 When the early Colonists came to America, pine knots-' tlio Cave Man's torch-were, for a time, the sole means of illumination. Then, in 1690, Captain Paddock landed with a cargo of Whale oil, and consequently promoted the use of lamp.s among the Colonists sj Natural Gas in IS 13 Wlieil your house is Piped for Gas, there are/no lamps to fill; no wicks to trim; no oil or coal to carry; no trouble, no dirt. Wlion you Pipe your House foi* Gas you are Makinj? a Necessary Improvement which Avill be a Paying Investment. It, will sell for more; it will hring more rcot, and it will give j'^ou a much more satisfied and better class of tenant.  >, t, -�.iitontreai, whei .ha8|beeiv^dn; flft&d"''foj 'Oarlelon' county/, Jsi;inL�i.#ev7 eraf illJ-' ler is accorded .many privileges,, aud does,.not_ mix^'.with, othefkpri^jJnergj' .C9lt ........ _ I trope by which it'was^-tled, and-'chfiS l-6d;tolfil moulded and modeledi t ocpressly" forVou. � ' '-^/THis;; Thf'iniirirm^ Prof Fr d p i lbi|^^ra0E&'iMl�i^^ I Qt Un-| ,,cio founllffiMMS&S^^ .i'd b\ IJi iihiind opillSi^m^a'^^M' ' oBpi,tai, is*e I  aw^m^mmmsm^m'.mMm �-Htltiltloiv" loil^t'"''iV\iaM Bipittlisjln .SJ; pim|i-.,~Knd for � y�n " A Mvet lildiip/ -aud'^ i v.r.n.tirn.. in wain  boinesteaddr ,v ; " fe 'I " ' Ir^S^ line ij 4 N n� iku-.iJ r ii edj f# ritiinr I'd icniinltd to th : next TlKh � l, bainb niIo\ id aiti-'id in iht q m ii| $.,5 iml t o hUUili-b, Ldth in i liUiJ amount ^ | MinntaOlu has I'fli hankb .undti dlult. � pii>l6l7n jT\Uh rc&oirCL to-alJn6'?l�0X57,08'4;