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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rrlflay, lVovciiib�i' 22,1912. THE LETHBRIDGE PATLY HERALD CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best results-savQs vorry-saves work-saves money-saves health-saves complaints at table NEW CHAMBERS OLD BUILDING WAS TOO SMALL -LARGER ROOMS HAVE BEEN SECURED Carilston, Alia., Nov. 21.-IliUiurto tlie rooms occupied by Cardslon's town clerk and council Iutc wore svif-ficieiitly large. Uut increased business done Ibrougli Uie town olllce and an increasing dcninnd tor more seating for mcctinirs ot council and Hoard ol Trade liavc' rendered a move necessary. At the last nieeling o[ tlio council a committee was appointed to look into th'e matter of better cc-cnmiDodation, and this body made its recommendations on Wednesday nigbt. Tlirco buildings were recommended as suitable; the Wood-Woolf block, the. new CaldwcU block, and tlic Coombs block, now nearing completion. During the discussion Councillor Coombs owner of the (Joombs block, ab.scnted himself while the matter wps under ' discussion, and on bis return learned ^ that his building had found favor i with the council and the terms agreed to. The new chambers will consist of four rooms on the second floor. At present the council's business is done in two small rooms. The old building will be used for three more mcet-' ings after which the move will be made. At revolver mouth and bayonet point. A Turkish officer impressing Greelcod contains more nourishment tkdn 24 cups of Tea, or 22 cups of Coffee- and Cocoa won^ make you nervous or sleepless Cocoa The Walter M. Lowney Co. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal NOW ON STRIKE PRINCIPAL' HAVING BEEN FIRED THE YOUNG LADIES WITHDRAW RESIGNATIONS Nelson, Nov. 21.-Uesignations of the nine teachers ot the Nelson public school who made the charges ag iiinst the o.\-principal which resulted! in his dismissal, were witlidrawn in a letter received at last night's meeting of the school board. It. Sraillie, principal of the High school, was appointed supervisory principal, in charge ot both schools until next midsummer. It is propose:! 1 to s'ecure two new teachers, one for the public school and one for the high school. A motion to offer the ex-principal a position at the High school was made] by Dr. Annie Verth Jones an0 TO THE International Cafe 30S-5tli street Houtli For your Fruit, Candies, Cipirs and MeaK Cafe now open under new management. Best meals in town for the money. Come and ghe us a trial If we please you, tell others, If we don't please you, tell us. Our Motto: "Quality and Quantity." Try .our Sunday Plnners, strictly a la carte, ITIEODORE HOESSLY A. G. MILLS, Propi'ictor Manager. � E ELECT COUSIN OF ROYAL HOUSE QUEEN MARY SENT PRESENT TO IRIS FITZGEORGE HER "HARD LUCK" COUSIN MARQUIS OF EXETER TO START RANCHING Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 21.-The Mar quis of Exeter, wlio visited Vancouver last summer, will engage In cattle raising on an extensive scale in the Cariboo district and along the Cariboo road. His purchases of land represent a verj- large investment. Thc holdings comprise tracts aggregating S,000 acres on the, Cariboo road, as well as the weil-Unov.'n and extensive ranch of Stevenson Rosa. His lordship will import several hundred head ot thoroughbred stock from Kngland. LOOKING FOR OIL IN VOLCANIC AREA GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEY BEING MADE IN INDIA WITH SOME ENCOURAGING SIGNS ' HASN'T HEARD OF IT Min-noapolis, Minn., Nov. 21.-Dr. Franlf Westbrpok, dean ot the medical faculty. University of Minnesota, and graduate ot the Manitoba University, said today he had had no offer ot the presidency ot thi University of Manitoba. At the university it wai rumored he is being considered for the' presidency ot tbo new University ot Van couver, as well as ot the Manitoba Institution. Calcutta; Ind., Nov. 22.-Frjii lie of the director id the geographical survey ot the vokMUic aciea in the Pakokku district it is learned a survey is now being eni-ricd out and that other tr.ic:s �! of the IraWaddy arc being caref'il.y examined tor oil. In some iaiuUicos t!\e indications as tested gcolT^uaily are promising and there are pro'iably new oil fields'in Burma w'aiang to. be exploited. HOME SHIPS FELL DOWN London, Nov. 22.-Queen Mary has ; sent a bridal gift to Miss Iris Vli/.-! goorge, in whose veins flows royal i blood, who will soon marry Robert Shucltlelon Dullour. Miss Fitzgeorge, who has appeared on both the amateur and protessioiial stage, is a cousin of both King George and Queen Mary. She la a granddaughter of tbo i lato Duke of Cambridge, who defied ': Qucon Victoria and married Miss Kiilr iHOther, a beautiful and famous dancer. Queen Victoria refused lier consent to the marriage, as was neces-!--ary uiwler the Royal .Marriage Act, of 1772. .Miss I'fls and her talented sister Dnphno, u writer, hnvo no st:indlng at the Court of St. .lames; they cannot  veil sit at the table at a court fuuc-'ioii, and are the "bard luck cousins o! royally." However, King George given special permission for .Miss 'rls to be married in the Chapel Uoyal, it, JanieB' Palace. AGED STATESMAN DYING Toi'onto, Nov. 21,-In response to an urgent message, indoralng Mm of the serious llUiess of his father, Lom-uel C. Owen, local manaer of the Ba/ik of Ottawa, left tonight for Char loVtctown, P.K.I. Mr. Owen, sr., who is in his ninety, /ocond year, was at one lime Lieut, i.lovenior of Prlneo Kdward Island, where for many years he has been au outstanding figure in public life. A strong solution of vinegar and water will restore the color to rusty black lace. \A'^a8liington, Nov. 21.-With a delay, of completion of the Panama canal in prospect, unless foreign TMselg aror allowed to continue cari7lng material and supplies to the canal zone, tbe interstate commerce commlsBion today decided to modify Its recent ad-, mlnistrativo ruling "that shipments destlue