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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, August Page 3 FOR SALE-- A Modern Eight-Roomed House, Lot 40 x 225, at 1255 Dufferin Street. This property will be disposed of at a bargain. For particulars apply to Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. The Problem of Satisfying the" Thirst What to drink is the question. You -want something cold, to be sxire, but you want it to be wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage that is satisfying and beneficial. is something more to it than wetness' and coolness. It is a sustaining drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for LETHBRIDGE beer. The Lethbridge Brewing Co., Ltd. Malting PHONE NO. 554. WIFE OF J. J. HILL SUES TO GET CUSTODY OF HER GRANDDAUGHTER Xew York. Aug. several weeks, the Times will say tomorrow a referee has .been caking testimony in an action brought by Mrs. James J. Hill, wife of the former president of the Great Northern railroad, to get the custody of her granddaughter tile eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kill. Samuel Hill, who was no relation to the family, married the eldest daughter of James J. Hill in St. Paul in 1S8S. The only suggestion from any source for a reason for Mrs." James J. Hill's action was her desire to have her granddaughter educated in the Catho- lic schools and brought up in the Catholic faith, to which she belongs. Samuel Hill is the well-known good roads exponent of Washington state. He lives in Seattle. The girl has be- come of age and :he efforts of the grandmother are probably too late. Ontario Petoria, typhoid patient in Kenora hospital, escaped from his ward, and drowned himself in the lake. GIRL'S LOVE AFFAIROVER May Wallace Says She is Through With Nichol- son On Saturday afternoon the prelim- inary hearing took place before In- spector West of the witnesses in.con- nection with the case of Fred -Butler, aqcused of indecent assault upon May Wallace, his step-daughter. The in- formation leading to Butler's heing charged had recently been laid by Gcd. E. Nicholson, the same man who had attempted to abduct May Wallace on the 8th day oi August. Geo. E. Nicholson was first duly sworn. His evidence brought out but little more than had already been, given in May Wallace's evidence in the preliminary hearing of the abduc- tion case, regarding the same inci- dent. II anything, he' put the matter a little stronger than Miss Wallace had done. Nicholson swore that the reason he bad not laid complaint at the time he was informed by the girl -was be- cause she had asked him not to do so on her mother's account. In hisj evidence he admitted that Miss Wal- lace had told him Butler had laid hands on her only in fun. Cross examined by R. A. Smith, counsel for the defence, Nicholson de- nied ever having paid any attention to the girl until after he came back from the State of Washington with the divorce papers of his former wife. He said that on April 16th he had made a proposition >Jicr regarding going away, but denied any former attention, in the. sense of the term he took it to mean. Other evidence regarding the B. of L. E. trouble and his conversation with Miss Wallace at Coutts was heard. Nicholson stated that' at Coutts he had told Miss Wallace that if they were brought back to Leth- bridge he would prefer a charge of in- decent assault on her account against her step-father, and another 'on his own account against Mrs. Butler for assault upon him with a deadly wea- pon -with intent to kill. He asked for warrants of arrest at Coutts Jbut was told to go to Lethbridge. He denied having discussed the matter with the girl at Coutts in any detail. His Worship refused to consider the matter of common assault of Butler upon May Wallace, on any complaint which Nicholson might lay. In case the girl herseli preferred the charge he would take the hearing, otherwise he would not. Not Guilty, Girl Says May Wallace was next duly sworn. Her evidence rather quashed that of Nicholson and she claimed that her step-father was not guilty of such a charge as was laid against him in the information sworn to by Nicholson, at least, not to the same extent. She her welfare to stick close to the par- ental love and care of her father and mother. With this the case was dis- missed.' PINCHER CREEK IN SEMI-DARKNESS Fires in Porcupines Hotel Reported Destroyed Pincher Creek, Aug. Sat- urday morning this town has t been in a state of semi-darkness, occasioned by timber fires in one direction or another. It was reported here yester- day that the Crow's Nest hotel had consumed. Similar reports {make the Porcupine Hills the scene i of the fires. Ashes and cinders have been falling here continually since Saturday evening. An impromptu but very enjoyable party was held at -the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cyr, a few miles east of town, on Friday evening last given in honor of their nephew, A. also stated that her step-father, she, Levasseur, of Spokane, who is here believed, had only taken liberties j on a iVjsit to ttlis secti0n. The gath- with her in fun, and though both she and her mother had told him he ought not to do so, yet she didn't think his intentions were anything but fatherly. Asked by His Worship if witness ering numbered 75 and included a big crowd from town. An excellent sup- j per was served in the course oi other! events, cards, music and dancing mak- ing the attractive features of the oc- j casion. "Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health en They will if you take SHAKESPEARE They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth living again for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them. 35 National Chemical Canada. Montreal. FUNERAL OF ANGEL OF CRIMEA Hundreds of People Could Not Gain Admit- tance to Cathedral London, Aug. Night-f Public the "Angel of the ingale, the famous nurse oi the Cri-j Crimea" was Daid at ser- mea, who died Aug. 13, at her Lon- don home, was buried this afternoon beside the bodies of her father and here at mother in the church in the little village of East Willow. The cere- vice at noon at St. Paul's Cathedral King George, Queen Mary, the Queen Mother, the war of- fice and the admiralty, and the great- mony was- of a quiet nature, the only i er part of the British" colonies were reminder of her great services to the j represented. The cathedral was crowd- army and. nation being the presence j ed with the official representatives, of a squad of Grenadier Guards, who j and thousands of private persons, acted as bearers. Outside of these who had come to do honor to 'the only members of the immediate lam-1 dead nurse were unable to find places ily and a few retainers were present inside the church and stood outside at the funeral. during the ceremony. to lay a charge oE common assault against her step-father, the girl emphatically declared not. She further stated that she was through -with Nicholson and was go-1 n0imced success. ing to Calgary with her parents. j Ranchers in the The public school board will hold a t convocation of medals and scholar- she did j ships in the opera house on Wednes- day. This will be a similar afiair to that held last year, which was a pro- NEW NAME FOR MAYOR OF PINCHER Other matters were touched on, all of which went to show that the girl was deeply loved by both her par- district are up against great inconveniences in wa- tering their stock. Even fanners in the vicinity of the creek are finding ents and that it was for the good of j mucii difficulty in this respect from the daughter, that they had interfered i the scarcity of" rainfalls. as they -did. His Worship concluded An observatory has been built at by giving the girl some good, sound j pincher. City to obtain the exact geo- adricc, warning her that he believed j graphical position oi the fifth merid- if she married Nicholson her life j jan. The observatory, which is only would be full of misery, and telling j a temporary one, has been erected by her that he felt sure it would be to j a government astronomer. Pincher Creek, Aug. would seein that the chief magistrate's chair in Pincner Creek-cannot by any stretch of imagination be likened un- to a bed of roses by the reluctance exhibited among our business men to contend for the honor o! occupancy. Acting Mayor. Kettles shows no an- xiety to fill the position. IE he did it would necessitate the election of an- i other councillor in his place. Popular j report has it that W. R. Bobbie will j step into the breach and stand for nomination, and impres- sion prevails that he will be elected bv acclamation. Mr. Bobbie has the merit of being an oltl timer and well conversant with the needs of the com- munity. Pie has been in business here ior a great many years, during a num- ber of which he conducted a saw-mill business. at Mountain He is al- so one of the proprietors of the Ar- lington hotel. APPROVES APPOINTMENT London, Aug. George has approved the appointment of H. 3. Culver as Consul for United States at St. John, N. B. Cadet Tidswell, who sailed for Can- ada on Virginian yesterday, accom- panied by the Earl and Countess o.t who have promised to be- friend him enroute to his home. Sev- eral prominent Canadians are passen- gers on the same steamer. Hundreds were waiting for 11 o'clock to come around today. Tne reductions on the balance of the Gray stock are astound- ing. This week is the longed for opportunity for many who have been waiting for FURTHER REDUCTIONS. It's just the chance tor those who have refrained from buying at the former sale prices. C. W. GRAY ONE STORE SMALLER PRICES The Last Lap of the Greatest Hardware Race Now On. Don't Wait Too Long Only of Stock left. of the Stock gone in 8 weeks A man who says, "a thing can't be done" is usually inter- rupted by some one doing it Walk Fast The last of the Gray Hardware Sale is in Hawk. Pawn your old clothes and get to these last Prices on all Hardware. ,jrT i 75 per cent, of the stock is sold already. The remaining 25 per it move. Tin's week will be MOVING W arenOUSeS and Cellars Lmptied TIME. The price tickets are an evidence of the genuineness of our effort, will do now what and will do in the regular way. Instead of two stores packed full. Now only one Stoves. Ranges. Heaters. Coal Oil Stoves. Now under heavy price FIRE. Our Small Ranges at and Are Eye Openers. There is but little room in Western Canada for the knocker, the iconoclast or the pessimist. At any rate the mere personal opinions of men count for little. Only six and eight weeks a-go the "Calamity Jims" of Lethbridge were to be found on every W. Gray will never sell that stock of has so much stuff it would take years to sell to sell that stock of hardware this said a wise traveller. was alluding to Hie 1-4 and 1-2 crop conditions, These TFerevthe expressions of a few of the "Grouchers" who aired their personal opinions at a time, when the selling of the Gray Stock appeared as a "question mark." Paints. Varnishes. Carpenters' Tools.Forks. Shovels. Spades, and Builders' Hardware. Have Final Price Reduction Tickets attached today. 1 Refrigerator left. will buy it. Worth Hardware Merchants wanting to buy at less than they can in Winnipeg, Duluth Montreal, call from 10 to 12 in the mornings. Where stocks are heaviest the deeper will be the price cut to move the remaining stock in a HURRY. Lots of clerks. Be patient about deliveries. This is a big city to cover. Takes time. The rush It s Open Evenings till 10 O'clock swamps us at times, but we'll do our best, so smile. Don't forget the price you paid, that should help to keep you sweet and good nattfred. ;