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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. December 7, 1012 THE .LETIMBIPGE BATLY HERALD a i Grand Opening Sale Owing to the non-arrival of some of our Fall Stock and the unexpected increase in business since we have opened up our New Premises in the New Dominion Block, we have had to post- pone our Opening Sale from time to time, but now we are comina out stronaer than ever and will y y From Saturday, December 7th, till Tuesday, December 24th Sell Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Pictures, etc., at prices that will fill our large stores every day THE SALE IS GENUINE! THE BARGAINS REAL! We promise you that you can save from 25 to 50 per cent, on anything purchased during this Sale. For a Christmas Gift for Your Own Home or Some Friend's Furniture is certainly the ideal present-A Desk or a nice Comfortable Chair for instance, or one of our New Fancy Rockers, A Parlor Table is always acceptable. A Jardeniere Stand or Pedestal is never more welcome than at Christmas There are dozens of things we could name, but come in yourself. We want you to see the Goods men the Prices for yourself. Don't Forget the Place, all the ground floor in NEW DOMINION BLOCK, FOURTH AVE. Home of Quality Furniture New Dominion Block) 4th Avenue South VANCOUVER'S DAILY ROBBERY Vancouver, Dec. one o'clock last night, while he was returning home after attending a banquet of the Vancouver Exhibition associa- tion, Mr.1 W. E. Flnramerfelt, a direct- or of that organization, and member of the board of school trustees, was held up and robbed. The robber, ivh used n revolver to aid him in indue ing jlr. Flllmmerfelt to attend ciuietl. while his jiockets were being rifled relieved his victim of ?20.00. The robber was masked, and went abou his business like a professional. Houses Chimneys kept cold often builders' anc contractors' shacks the temporary build- ings for every sort of purpose. Almost invaria- bly they are warm and comfortable in weather by the %T.r.s annot be used, rWi I I'T> 1 stoves cannot be used, _____ or wherever ordinary heat is not you find need for one of these handy Perfection Heaters. If you've'! a house without a chimney, or a cold spare room, or a balky furnace, you will appreciate the Perfection Heater. Made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoise- blue Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years Easily moved from place lo place. At dealers everywhere. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited WIWfiPEG ST. fOHN MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX LENGTHY LIST OF CASES IN THE DISTRICT COURT AT COLEMAN maneut i-iijiirioa received in the Jlill- crest mines. Judgment reserved. A. Quiii tella vs. West Canadian Col- lieries, of Bellevue, was a case in which plaintiff sought to recover dam ages for the death of his son in the Bellevue mine explosion. Quhitella asserted tliat his son was his sole sup- port, and by his dtath he was depriv- ed of his earnings. Judgment in fav- or of the plaintiff in the sum of the Ccal Co. to pay the amount at the rate of per month. Pail, vs uavenpori L-OJ Lyndon Cnuyiord presided at a term Co.( was. tmtil next sittln of District. Court in Coleman ycsier-1 ol- tiie C0lin lay. There.were several cases heard! ndt-r the Work-men's Compensation An nmusm- happenc Act. John 11. Palmer, of Lclhbrldge, ji whc" Dr' Allcn Rosa' bekah T-odge Is called for next Tues- day cvqning, at which time arrange- ments will be completed Tor a public entertainment to take place hi the near future. Winter is on In earnest in the Crow's Xest Pass. There is only a few inches of snow, but the weather is all that the most ardent advocate of winter could wish. fcr (he ?.liners' Union, V. S. Gray, of .Macleod, watched cases for Hie coal companies. and Tile first Rypifin vs. Tom Polak, itiff sued was Mike tiie witness stand. In taking; th oath, he neglected to Iciss the Bible and the judge trailed his attention to the omission. Dr. Ross informed his Honor that lie ed to take the civil suit, in j Presbyterian form of oath, and stated nf Th rec.ovcr the thai the book was seMic. But Judge wa" atijourncd hvcoiwe hearinsj Crawford could no! see ft in that way, Kate Befina-rx vs. Chick, was a conform to the usual method of tnk- case in which nlaintiff sought to re- ing the oath. It U needless to say cover the sum of 3-10.00 for hoard and that the -doctor did not need a second money loaned. Both parties to the suit had licpt and they 'were dldcrcd to bring their books into court in the evening, when the Judge gave judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of and costs. The ease of John Clans vs. Vercnin, in which a claim or 551.00 was involved, stands adjourned. John Bruno vs. International Coal and Coke claimed com- pensation for loss of an eye, the re- sult of an accident in the ccal mines. Indgmeiit reserved. Cnrota vs. International Coal and Coke surd for compen- sation for injuries. Adjourned until ie.vt sittlus of i lie court. The rase of W. II. Powell vs. Ueitch :oilierios. I'assburg, which j nliuntlff claimed compensation for In. .warning from his Honor. A. Lindley. of the Cleston Fruit Growers' association was in town to- day, disposing of a car load of annles tc local dealers. Mr, and iMrs. .lames Kilcannon and Mr. and Mrs. S. Hiitfielil welcomed tile arrival of boy babies at their home in Coleman ycslt-rday. A movement is on foot to re-organ-1 ize the Coleman brass hand. i Rev. T. Jl. .Murray, pastor of the! Institutional Church, is confined lo i his room, from the result of an aeei-j dent at Mr. Murray had an i to preach at that nml ivas stopping at the house of a! .-iuml. When the hour arrived for i rhurch services, he left !he Easy and Sure Way To Cure Cold) DON'T NEGLECT A COLD, ELV'S CREAM BALM WILL STOP IT IN THE SNEEZING STAGE ilnd Inadvertomly stepped off an night i foot verandah, injuring IIJR head ami j juries, was also adjourned until the I fiustainiiiR a compound fracture to one i.CM sittinir-nf nip court. j Of his fingers. He is resting easily, A. vs. Ilillcrest hut will ho unahlf to nrriipy rhe rintntlfr sought to recover pit on Sunday, under the Consolation Ar.f for per-1 A epceial moolhiR of Victoria He- j A col.] generally nttsicks Hie weak- est imri, uffectfng the nyws and curs I" soniv iind prod u (-In IT iinsnl catarrh "nd throat troubles hi others. A cold is due 10 nn intljininuitioii of DIP iiH-iiibniiift lining the nil- iiiissrige.s and may ho promimy em-fid with ,i imtf Ely's Cream Palm, which Immedlniely Hie Inllttminntlim ;iml nil (he rcsslng- .symptoms, such n.s iiip. coughing., riinnitifr ;it the and pyos. honrsenoHW, throat, fever :md One nusum why this [Hire. Huhn acts HO ntilck- ly Is hec'iiuse It is iipplit-d to Iho hmiltrr, sort; surfnrcH. Kven in severe chronic TJIHCH of cat- irrli, Kly's Cream Halrn never fails lulckly and effectully cliCL-k the poi- ionous .liscluirKO wliirrh clogs Iho hunt UK! throat, i-auBtntf the disgusting tiii.l hluwln? of th.> Kfflc. This romcfly not mily drives mt tlu- )Mit ItiMlx ninl thi- hiiM fiullng- catarrh.. Catarrh IK n (lliliy, 'lls- Don't pnt up with It .innlhor Cft a ".ft cfutt Imtle of 'roam Halm from your ilmgslst and L-P how quickly yim will 1iK i.s pt'i-ffti-Hy Agents: .1. sirahle friiitlings in rare instances. According to Luther hardly more than one desirable seedling out, a planting of seeds is to jlie expected by the arboriculturist. UNITED STATES AGRICULTURIST EXPERT AFTER SEED OF CHINESE FRUIT stops ccuchs, cures colric, and throat ana lunti. t: 23 cents. UPC. li. Tventy-fi. e tlsosisand nriirs looking tor ;i I thai is the stupendous journey which lias been undertaken by Krank N. Meyer, agricultural explorer for the United States Department of ture. Tin.' peach i.s worthy oi the cf- fori, according io stories that have crept into coast areas of Manchuria anil eastern China. Tiie ppjcli is described hy travellers; who have seen and taKteil it as the.' biggest and most marvellous c.ombin--, at ion of external beauty anil internal liist'iousmws. '1'hrcR pounds is the jipocryphal limit ascribed to ihc fru't by irresponsible natives of the wilds of west t'hina. Mr. Meyer in a re- pnrt to the Department promises a peach tlial will weigh at least a [loiiritl anil is ;xs large as a nnisk- inelon. This wonderful peach grows in the province of Shantung. H is to the Chinese as the Keit .-liiiig or Ketr Tan. Xo specimens Inv o icver been brought to the const ot Mr. Meyer did briiiR hack j with him from a previous lourney I several (and a number of seeds. The j failed to produce uben grafted upon American grown Kredliinr'storks. Tlie> i bad failed ut j lion. Tiie department rxpenmeutr s totilv a clmncr witli tin- .seeds and grown several frees al exi'cri- 'nipnt.a! station nt K.iyrtieville, N.I' l.Vnm- of them lias yel fruited and it ji.s tin- heliri Hut i eviranrd'iiary he developed Ji'rorn HIP l.jkp Oilipr fuiifs Makes Everything Like New Again Women appreciate the with which worn and m.irrcd may be restored nd made like new. Juil a little pleasant Varnish Stains nnSoVmiy splS ouuined makes Stains a household ntccs- sity. Siain and varnish at one appiicatinn. tonvcriin? soft wmidl Into bcunifut Initiations of expensive hard Sfvcn F.hadts for sale by tcadinz Write, today for fri-e.lwpk pal tful transformation se of ulu PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS VINNIPEG.CANADA [irat'h only develops dt- Hayr Hardware Local ;