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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -fmmmm THFr LKTTlftBtllGK DAILY HKRALl) The Says: "I uM Albertt's Best liaking ; Powder be-cause I know from actual test that it never fails me." You,. too, will find it invaltub 1�. Alberta's Best; is Baking Powder pcrfectipn--pur�, wholesome, dependable - right in quality and right in price Ask your grocer for it. ^ ^ Hilt last To get foriu, knWcs, apooM ' and fancy pieces of qutliijr .�im1 beauty ' aak for 18 SOLDTOIMR MILLIONAIRE SOAP maker WILL CONVERT FAMOUS HOUSE INTO ART mCJSEUM ADVANCED UNDER A FIRE Progress of Bulgarians in Turkish Stronghold ' ThUbnnd'U known M Sttnrri^Hthai Wtan" 'TobujrthiawaTeistogetiheui. moit service and satisfaction and the heaviest silver plate. Known for over fcO years. ^ SM ^ 1 I OBJECT TO LEMIEUX ACT Ottawa, Nov. 11.-Harvey Hall, Scouneel for the Brotherhood of Railway conductors, who is In the city In connection with matters It is Intended to bring to the attention of the ' Kovernnient this Hessian, says the order which he represents, will again urge upon the govornment the amendment or the repeal of the Lemleux 'Act. The main argument against the bill from the standpoint of the organization which Mr. Hall represents Is that, as it stands, the lahor organizations are handicapped in negotiations .with a railroad. They (ew York, -N'ov. , 12.-Col.' Sam Hughes, minister ot militia. Sir Ed- f mund Walker, president oi the Cana-ditio'n of such Knglish masterpieces dian Uank 01 lommerce ; David For-as Hogarth's "Distres.sed I'oct" and gan, president of the National City others.- CANDIDATES ARE TABER HAS TO ELECT MAYOR AND THREE ALDERMEN THIS YEAR Bank, oi Chicago; A. S. Goudcve, of i the Canadian Railroa^l Coui'mission, and \V. C. lUown, president of the New York Central railway will bo among the speakers at the' annual dinner of llie Cainidian club of Now York, which takes place this evening at the Hotel .^stoc. Tuber, Xov. 11.-Interest in the forthcoming municipal cle6tions, which are now but a scant month ahead, is beginning to he aroused, and speculation is Iieing indul|!,cd in as to who will be candidates for the various vacancies. A mayor and three councillors will be voted for, if tho interest ix as keen this year as it has been in the past* The three councillors whose terms me running out this year are Messr.s. Kussell, Robinson and Mayncs, niul none of these geutlenren have given any intimation that in; intends or , desires to run .tgaili. W. .S. ]{us.scll has definitely decided not lo run, and has stated that he will not be a candidate for! the mayoralty, though some ot his frienri.s have asked him to run. Mayor Douglas says that it is time for .some one else to take the chief magistracy, and tlie name of F. C. Doug-las has licen mentioned as a possible candidate tor tlie ollicc. He is a younger hrotlier of the present mayor, and is one of the old timers of the town, i^o far no names have been mentioned as candidate for aldermen, but wc unUcTsland that several prominent citizens iire preparing for tlie fray. A strong council must be put in this year, as this promises to be a most important crisis in the history ot the town. Many matters of great importance must l)e dealt with, and good men are needed to cope with the problems of the future. Hm to make a [email protected] a realiy good PADT OF VE55i:UTHKT - ? These pictures Illustrate the wreck of i^he 123-ton steamer Cecilia on Lake St. LouIe, on Friday night .when twelve persons were drowned. The half-aub-merged wreckage to which four persons clung is shown, and also a large section of the hull of the vessel that drifted ashore. The man whose picture ic Inserted' is Alex Leonard, proprietor of the hotel at Chateauguay, who plueklly- saved two of the men from ihe wreckage.............. LE0N;^C?D. HOTELnWH WHO Pimeo UP TWO of the SUPVlV^P.b wpeckuge: to which ttdur �>orviv�:ks> ci-ung WEDDINGS AT COLEMAN 'Miuimic", lias been wine clerk at compelled to engage mote assistance, - ' Ihe Coleman hotel for tiiu past four and Mist Marguerite Hotter has B&; l Coleman, No\-. .11.-Tlie matrimon-; years and is held in liiuli estimation coptsd a position in the post olTlc*  ial epidemic which broke out in Cole- | by Mr. Murr as well as the gucs'.s oi until the rush season is over, man some weeks ajo, still doing j that hostelry. .Saturday evening .lii'ii- | The lit. Rev. Dr. Pinkham, Bifihop'� busines.s with no present signs.of a � mic gave a stag party, iti farewell of Calgary, arrived in Coleman SAt-' let-up. Two weddings occurred .Satur- to bachelor days, at the. liagic hall, ; urday afternoon and conducted sci-.'' d.iy and one Momlay, and rumors are which was crowd^l to iiverfloAving vices in St. Alhan's, church Sunday (iyini; tliick and fast of several more with guests. I-'ongs, instrunienlal morning and evening-' In the after-couples to he "liitelied" in the very i music, spceeli-niaking and story-tell- noon the bishop, in coc.oany ' with � � near futuru. " | in.K; sped the passing hour. jRev. i). j. Watkins-Jones, pastor (if. HKNlODF/i'TO-Oi.lVA I ^^i- -^'i^- ^>-'"t^ will take up , St. Alban's, drove to Hillcrest, Here is just the weather for -a prand, hot, steaming stew ; below is jUBt the recipe for one. of the finest stows that ever a jjnod cook made- anal, good Irish Su:;: The secret oi u MiLfCssfui Irish slew is in the lasl few line-, of ihi-' recipe bclnw. M.ike Uvj stew .'is ilio nxipe tells yoit- (lun't foiiiel I lie iMiw.ii-ds' .Soup-.-iiid- Will, you'll be sorry to see the bottom of the plate tliroiipli. HAS HE FORFEITED INDEPENDENCE IvOndou, Nov. n.-Tho cjuestlon whether Sir Stuart Samuel, of the EuBt-end division of Loudon shall continue to liold his seat in Parliament, 1b to come bsfore a select committee of tho Housa of Commons, Sir Stuart Samuel la bolioved by the members nl' tho oppositlcn to have forfoltcd his right to sit as a mombar of Parliament owing to his firm of hankers hnvlng bpoom-o piirchatern 0! silver for tho Indlun (overniuolit. Under an old not of purllnmunt, a member, miiy not be indlroutly .interested 111 Bucli a trnn�a�U�u. I DESICCATED ^ Qc, pai* packeti Edwards' Soup irn-pariB nourislitnoni, strcnKlli, flavovir, and colour-ii'sjiiM as good for scores otoilier tliiugs as it is for Irish stews. Gat !i l9M packets and see. 3C* llnll^t III lit �tfVtti-iillt--A'tlU"', till'lltf, li'''lll(, Tht hfiiii i..i.-i(0' 'i '� t/li>k, iil'.ir/'-V'U' pvifAi-li /-fii ^n/ t'lV fmll I iHtii'Uj. t fi-firJttf rmr .i-r /artl.y vti;t'aiit im/i- Tills is how to make it- IRIill f.TlCW. I'ul lii�Miut�f>n thi':l';ie-- * \iti\n^. four Ut-hL imi.i;.- �lic"il"a ut fi.t'i. ..'I'l si,)iii;ri jKucellie/ycjiUy li vnii.vuv f,.nm .,--------... ...m, tlii.s their future home. SKHU.V-THONO At Si'lS Monday morning occurred file wetlding of Alberto (iiacomo Ker-ra to (-'arolina Troiio. 'i"he niarriiige was solemnized by the llev, li'aUier lie Lcstre, at the Catliolic churcli, in the presence of a tew intimate friends and relatives of the eontractiUK parties, ICmil Ti'ono, brotlicr of the bride, and T. Navaria, of Hlairmovc, were sponsors. The happy couple left on; the, passenger train for the west at SMO lor Vancouver, wlicro ti;oy will' spemJ a couple of weeks' honeyinoon. | -�V number of friends gathered at thej depot ta speed their journey with 1 best wishes for a happy and prosper-' ous union; and a liberal supply oi ri(;o. � '. TIr' bride h.as lived -with .Mr. and .Mrs. i". iuiure' tor tlio past ten montlis and wnsililghly esteemed by them as well us lili who knew her, Sunda\ evening Mt. and Mis. Faure entertainiKi at dinner iii lioimt of the young couple. The irroom. why iji butter known as % ! J VVera you ever in Nova Scotia ? If you were, vou'vo '^FROM 'ns'cd lisli treat. For Nova Scotii� fisli If/-^ from coast to coast. Wouldn't you \lJVJi, liico some now ? It is/if/o fur you. Boneless. Eaiiy to prepare. Stil easier to cat, that rclishin^S sea-salty taste is so itomplinjj ! All its wholesome, ocean g04)4ness intact in sanitary packafre. Kecipes (simple) enclosed. .^sU your dealer for "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. 'mm 25 647959 ;