Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
'aire TITE T,KTITBRTi)GK DATT.Y TIKRALD Frltljiy, XovciuiMM* 22. J!H2. that again it's Mrs. Echvards round she's always ready to lend a liand with the eooking. That nourishing home-made Irish soup of'hers is a real-dish-of-all-work -;,useful in a hundred ways. Jt's hue and tastv h\ itself. It's tlic secret of a'savoiirv sauce. It's the tnakinii of a matlc dish. And, to brinu out the iroochiess ol vour own s; up and gravies and hashes ami meat puddings there's nothing iiive adding EW 101 HALL -WILL BE A DANDY MACLEOD'S CIVIC HOUSE IS TO COST $160.000-WILL SAVE LOT OF MONEY :i, 'I'lii' CoiilirU tile cili/i'lis l:is* I Will. Tlu" .'..lU -li.ielil 1 list. The I'liiiiiti! \i.M-.' s'ii 11 .-.-ml in I lie way able til iinn-e d "illi thi-ir con-iraci and liic "Hi .iwi. ei the muni-ripal l>iiil'liM',i oil 111.' ^lte :;lviii by liic .Vlijcrta go. I'l mil aV "I'lie rale-]';;v!'rs pi's.'iii at iiie niei ling were cor ili\iti'(i ill ihiir o].iiiiiins tlia.t the building ^''.liial i;.>l iiier.' than the anioinl vi'ii'd lur tiia; i.:;r:ios,u(i(l would inalxe for the year lOi:'., an addition of one mill on the didlar. and for the suc-i'eeding year three-i|Uarters of a mill, reduring each year for the forty years the doljeiitiires will run. llodsoii, Hates >>; Co. will liave the new plans ready in a week, when the foundation will lie proceeded with, and completed ihis fall in readiness for the stone work, which will be go-lie on with early in the sprin;?, Contracis will be let for the stone, so that it can be on the jfifp.uiKl, thus giving the stoii.- men and tlie favm-ers an oi)poriiinity to do the haulin,� during the two mctitlis of so-called winter weather, wiiich comes, between the liauling of.'their grain to market, and tlteir spring work, whicli begins on .MarcSi 1. it sis presumed the building will be rea'dy for oceii-paiicy about .Vugnsl. UtlS. This �'luiidin.g for a siart for the new year, and the aiitici|iated uewv ^lost. office, should give enipioymeui' ipOair wlvo are willin.g to w'ork oil ,'tljiif""'various lines in the construction'Of hnililmgs. Many iiuiuiries are being received for inside property from outside capitalists, who are looking lor a good invesinient. Councillor Sutherland, who has been spending the gTcater pari of the summer in tile mountains, luis returned, and will remain home foi'the winter. Town solicitors, .Macleod k Gray, are very busy preparing the new bill for the next stssioii of the leaislature, for the commission form of government for .Macleod. it is intended to have one commissioner, and each member of the council lo receive :i small amount for each meeting he attends, and to date from ,laiiuarv 1, 1!h::, . .'\norher vii use, .Vg-reemeiits were drawn uii and signed, wlien the .Mayor refiisc'd to sign 111," cheques. Owners of the lots are the coiiiplaiuants. .\'ew windshields can Iw adjiisud lo laljb's for occupants of a car. for automobiles serve as rliniug OWN SOAP To help the tender skin of an infant is the Baby's Own Soap standard. For four generations, it has won unstinted praise and today Baby's Own is the recognized leader for nursery and toilet. Its pure, creamy, fragrant lather softens and heals, and its daily use is a renewed delight. wif It's Best for Baliy and Best tor You. Sold almost everywhere- Straight From the Ranch to YourTabl Just Like Living in the Country if You Buy Your Meats and From We buy Only Those ' Grown in Southern Alberta We positively do not handle cold storage produce. Everything is killed^ in our new slaughter house and brought to our store fresh daily We're After the Business and We're Getting It You may as well have the best. We judged you prefer choice Southern Alberta Grown Meats or we would not have our buying and selling service organized to serve you with everything fresh daily. If we have the quality and the service we want you to buy from us; if we haven't we don't deserve or expect you to. Give this meat question some thought - it s not a tough proposition if you let us serve you. Don't forget we have a modern Sausage Making Department, new machinery, the choicest materials and an expert German Sausage Maker. Phone 452 for meat orders G. A. Delany 4thAve.& 5th St. Across corner from Court House CHINA TO WAR WITH RUSSIA ARE QUIETLY PREPARING FOR BATTLE FOR CONTROL OF MONGOLIA San Francisco, Cal., Xov. :.'l.-Cable grams received from China by local Chinese aiuionnfce that the republic is preiniring to go to war with rtiiSBia for the possession of .Mongolia, The big secrer sooiolles which fostered tlie revolution, liave been e-whaiiftliig ilespatches with I'resideiil Yuah Shi Kai. 'I'he Voiin,? (Ulinn associations, have opened siibseriptloii lists, anil leiifur-\ i-rs have spoken at every (:iiinatown 'loriier, explaining the eiioroacluneiit 'of the l'/,ar's troojis^in the aiieieiit '.'liiiiese*i customs offices were attached, and all were' completely destroyed. About Iwo hundred tons of coal In tho inilldiug made a conflagration visible lor miles. CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER Chicago, 111,, Xov, IndlctmciitB against .Jamns W, Stiicy and "Hig Charlie," alleged rohhers of (he Hank of Montreal, NoW Westminster, H,C, were returned by the Grand .lury to-'ilay, with liullotments charging at-teiiiiited murder tipoii Police IJeiiteii-ant Uernard ,r, Uiu'iis, from whom the alleged robbers eacupod In Chicago, , Stuuey was arrested In St, IawIb, whither he was traced by detecllveB who followed a woman. "Dig Char-IK'" li> still uL largo. COALDALE Horn-To Mr. and. Mrs. H. S. Paw-son, a sou, at Lcthibridge llospital, on Xovember lu, 'I'he sujiper and bazaar was fairly well attended, considering the bad roads. About $100 was made, and the snpiier Was a rare treat of home cooking, 'IMie following menu was served, Ifoast chickc'i and cold ham; escal-loped potatoes; macaroni and cheestv, three salails; apple tind pumpkin pie; doughnuts and coffee. ..Mrs. ,1, P. Moore leaves for her home at. Hudyiird, .Mont,, on Thursday, .Mr, Tom l.ee, from Xeliraska, has been the guest of bis two sisters, Mrs, T, P, Brown and ,Mrs, W, lloueyselt. .'\ii elcetric niacliiiie for ciittin(i; um-lirella covers- in a New York factory cuts iifill thicknesses of tubi'ie at once. U mira wI|~b1I talt-uJ nolhteg hot Mk. It it clwa, diy, f ia�-�*ery mtm MrfmI ery>t*L Far \M� u�-fM wmMi^n mi baUag �5 ^�< '.fW*�r . -.y.