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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ANOTHER VIM OF POLICE INSPECTOR DEW j his word and bolts -next dav, accom- anied' by .Miss Lo Neve. Crippen on July 9th; it was There are various amazing figures ld features in the Crippen case, says last week's ".Mainly About People." -.There are the principals t'JJenwelves a commonplace, man and a common' discovered that" the turd -'bad' -flown Apparently the .police r; had a touch- faith in -'expected him _, attention, inere is Captain Kendall of Mctntrbse.. Or, at the east r, at east Captain Kendall would be' an ahiazine written a o. ,he things attributed to him. But then no, -sane person lor a moment be- ny SriUsh sea _ -early a week after bad ihe Due and crv was raised. the indefatigable, was hero, there, and everywhere that the wanted couple were not. It does not seem to have occurred' to the auihoriiies that Brussels mg exhibition time., would be a likelv' mamg place for a fugitive. Crippen played'the game. He did everything tmu untrained intelligence ?ct him to do K The wbman who looks old is not wise ATegiect your skin and Jiie years are bound to leave their traces. Your" .skin needs care and at- tention just as much as your teeth. BABY PIPE SMOKER BLOWS FINE RINGS Three-year-old Lad Puffs Away Con- tentediy at.Biq Briar to Amaremsnt of Those Who See. Him _ Captain Kendall by of. lite baser sort. ]t isi aa in criminology that a' journalists! Dinted man usually makes for f _.T, _ v ipreme, figu With Se re of Detective-Inspector Dew. lof Canada, .and he neilv In-spector Dew in his Lnp Tin i io QOt U.S on icttvcs- Uio AvorlcE still i, j foy wiiicli iv? scenes of'his childhood. e t Investigation bound for the tflaL Cnppen FACECREAi contains enough Oxygen to destroy ail decayed "matter. Disappears in the skin with- out a trace- of greasiness. It leaves the skin perfectly dean the complexion and soothes the face after being exposed to the wind or hard water. A big artistic jar of it for 25 cents. Phoemxvilie. Pa., Aug. 2U.-Three- year-old Peter Doenek, who lives here astonished a crowd of passengers who were gathered at a station "here by cpntenteaiy smoking a long-stemmed Pipe. Occasionally he would blow .nugs The father says that the boy 5fv daily since was Rb. mouths old and that he eoi'M thick of no greater punishnienrfor tiie boy than to take his pipe awav. i his, he said he threatens to do ivhen- ever Peter is bad, and invariably Peter I' ELECTRIC LIGHT IS CHEAPER THAN GAS EvenforllluffiinatingPurpases and also Possesses Many Advasfages tfe lafte Never ffeflsHto. Restore to ISs "JSataral Celor o n niT Liy tee price-of iOIU008rtI his ship. I" last InsPector Dew got An 'tiA DrlcJ i V Tft. I xiD- 1 J T'fIA When Peter was six months old thrust a pipe in his The child once seized it i both hands and began to puff on ic taken away mav "ad "While the crowd watched Peter 7efilled his from a small sach. ot Granary-lobacco1 which he car- ;ned in a special pocket sewed ou his ing deeply and Emitting dense volumes. He has never shown from -the habit and He has never been In connection with the of the electors of aa electric power H-it No matter how- tone- it: has been gray or faded Promotes a order, says the The following- extracts a paper read by Mr. before the Lori- contention has made tha removes Keeps hair and gJbsay. "Will not soil akin orhnen. Will not injure your hair. Cau vntfcout detection. j U.S. A., and Toroatb7caa. AH at convincing stof ca. t? rimrf- -v J lsl0- To Hundreds of firaaMHw 2 June.2Sth these friends commun- dSXr for Lirernoor -OLb DIDN'T TnPTT" j-i M. AJA Uyyi .___ lo Scotland Tae.public felt CONTAIN TREASUfi oi'iHr 22so jstem and bowl. actual conduct of the case was handed orer TO In TO Inspector Dew, of dis- Acting'-th'almost -I am not a JJ. m cais logic, I cant-find it oetecuve. inspector. have KJfsIG EDWARD'S HORSE CQMI-NG TO CANADA Sir James Whitney Hopes He i Wrong in His Own in Camp Edward's down tn. -uccu lisea. cowji to oe wun a lock and ker secures are -ept m vaults behind heavilv ba-r-d QOOrc .rmd IN probably train in Canada h- "Monetary Oi' amounrs continental capital invested in Canada is believ- ed Here to be much too small The order of ihe Board oi Agriculture in connection with -the outbreak of cattle in Yorkshire has bee? re vokert. S? S j cere, agazn. rjie fi-rtl Jf JV Ot. play is. all very welL but to ra be seriously shaken. lf Great Britain whose -11 -OUr "Ver JS SlUSmsh anf? ic vi James Premier of 6n- to tne fatal cellar, The the Q "iivoc iijsju ooiepr and out of is to na-a o ceit. room or place of business i> tJ n electric lamp D0ne at Tne effects of combustion also in e case pi gas'are poisonous rners in a room additional -oeoole walls -SAID TO--BE V-ernon in the v'erilon in the UuarQian and the Treasurer respect or, Uie uoi on the air, -are entirely clean. ides that, are much..better adapted 't0-he, effJS nop con-ven- a ,.ejcctr.c safety. eleNew jaaA- course- of 'which ae .is reported to -have 'toasted "The probable successor of the RepublictM party in the- coming..elections." Georgeson new wholesale warehouse at Camrose will be com- pletec! by September 1st cau f is a clangeroas disease cured. Chamberlain's Colic, successfully used epideri' of dysentery. It has never been. It is. equally valuable and adjilts, an'd when' re- GREAT STORE There -have certainly .been surprises fc the. clo-" and as ns- ual ha-ve been lead. Our ,seksational- prices have been 'the talk of Lethhridge and even .the (rreat-West; UNBEEWEAU -ISTat. Llama, light' and medium, each 75c. is a fact that we can show the oods tubborn but too-for one week only we stock of Men's Suits. the eartla- reduction on our new MEtf'S-SEIRTS Striped Khaki, Oran-driile To clear MEN'S- GLOBES with au a_.... Ji-orsehiile with- cord- and bali 00 ably higher figure. makers as B Strf high class- clothiiig, fur- nishings, hats and shoes, has made MacLeod Bros. ;fampus and the envy of Be- ;-cause. withMacieod does tKe'work elsewhere.- ''MEN'S" SWEATEES UP. SWEATER COATS UP. CABDIGA3ST These goods are absolute- ly new, just unpacked. they have many atrac- ive1 regarding color, knit and price. MEX'S SHOES ALLOXFOaDS in such makes as >4Tbe Gt. and "Crow- iord at gg per cent off. I mmm ,m MEN'S PANTS A new line of striped aHf- wool Bark Striped Worsted 3sTew shades Pure Imported-Worsted at u ;