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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOe DAILY KEKALD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER Made and bottled in England. HE final touch Which means so much. WORKED ON THE SABBATH auce THere9s not a' Pi axy In a Pal! or Tub made of 79 s FIBRE- WARE One is a Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Scam. Many other Exclusive Features are too, when you Positively Persist In cetting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you.. Always, Everywhere, in Canada, art for ECDt'3 MATCHES. Large Assortrcercl cf KERGER LEADS LIST WITH PERCENTAGE OF 700 MAKING NEW PROJECTILES S'VAP'Jp.u. Prussia. Dec. Milwaukee. Deo. 4.-Kerger. of St.! shell and ammunition works here are FJSSK xru" the official iiitch oine t1'18 functions oof shrapnel and J ied'here i saeii- It is understood that the whole O'Brien, i artillery division will be supplied as soon as practical in order that a uni- form ammunition may displace the two varieties now in use. For half a generation the war office has been gnd today by President John Kertjer won 7 and lost 3 games for a percentage of 700. Olasted, of Min- neapolis, was second, with 24 won and 12 lost, a percentage of 667. The Louisville team led in team fielding with .962; ,Milwaukee second with .056. Thielman, the Louisrille pitcher, who played 18 games in the outfield, is the only player who ap- pears with an average of 1000. He accepted OS outfield chances without an error. experimenting in the hope of solving the problem of a single projectile adapted for use as a shell against material resistance and at the same time as shrapnel asuinst a living tar- get. 'Now the German ordinance engineers, it wooulfl. seem, have suc- ceeded in making such a projectile. Hats Trimmed and Untrimmed Felt, Beaver and Vel- vet. 'All tlie newest styl- es. To clear Below Cost This is worth looking' at. C. A. COOKLEY COR. DUFFERiN CRABB STS. Indignation In the Lords Day Alliance At Regina Rcsina, Dec. the pro- test of the Lord's Day Alliance and the word oi the Attorney General that no work on the Parliament buildings would take place on Sunday ilu-re was a large {rang of men la- boring yesterday, rushing to eom- plvu- ;he west wing of ihe building before it becomes too cold io work. No action was taken by the officers of the Alliance to stop the work and protest was voiced save that of Rev. E. A. Henry in Knox Church last night. Rev. Mr. Henry was not sure that work was going on but he was in- formed that it was and his remarks last niglit indicated that he was very indignant. He protested in the name of better citizenship against contract- ors of the size and importance of the Peter Lyall Co. being allowed to thus freely break the law ofthe Sab- bath when small contractors would be prosecuted for doing so. He urged that immediate 'steps be taken to pre- vent this work going during the Sabbath day and expressed the opin- ion that the Lord's Day Alliance should undertake immediate prosecu- tion if other means failed to put a stop to such desecration. Mr. Lecky, the manager here for the Peter Lyall company, was asked a building this winter to prevent heavy loss and state that the work would not be undertaken if it were not in the public interest that the building be completed. On this defense it is probable that the contractors would', fight a prosecution in the courts and this action may be taken to decide j whether or not the contractors are _ justified in working on Sunday. Herald's Patterns 30S8 LADIES' SIX-GORED SKIRT PARIS PATTERN NO. 308S All Seams Allowed. This smart six-gored model shows combination of yoke and plaits that j fa j for a statement in regard to the WINNIPEG MERCHANT !N Winnipeg Old and young delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. FESFECnelN COCOA The Cowan Lfmiteu, TORONTO. 136 TROUBLE Ottawa. Dec. Rose, a merchant, was charged in the police court this morning with forgery of the endorsation of two postal" money orders of the value of and ?3 each. Inspector Bolduc preferred the charge and asked for a i remand until Saturday as several wit- nesses have to come from a distance. j'The alleged forgery occurred in April last and is said to be the result of a j misunderstanding, party who signed i the name of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Rose, the order thinking that 'as executor of Ms dead brother's es- I tate be had a right to do so. CLEANED UP ON REAL ESTATE DEAL Toronto. Dec. 39 days E.B. i Osier M.P. has up [through speculation in property on Ithe southeast corner of King and jRay streets, which he purchased for Sept. 21. He has since re- sold it to the Union Bank for 000. Remember the auction sale of ap- ples tomorrow at Hyde Saunders' street. W. L. Wilson. auction- Ford eer. charge of Sunday work. He replied that it was true that the men were working on Sunday and added that he intends keeping on without inter- mission until the west wing is for the winter. Asked regarding his attitude towards the nrotest of the Alliance and the promise of the At- torney G-eneral, he replied that as yet he had heard nothing of either. He did not know that the Lord's Day Alliance had protested and he, did not know that the Attorney General had said the work should cease. Beyond this Mr. Leckey declined to make anv statement as to the position of the Peter Lyall Co. It was a work of necessity he said, that the men were doing and they must continue to do it. W. E. Mason, the president of the Lord's Day Alliance was surprised to hear the confirmation of the report that work was in progress on the Parliament buildings yesterday. Ask- ed if the Alliance would prosecute, Mr. Mason said: "The policy of the Lord's Day Al- liance is not to prosecute unless it is absolutely necessary to serve the ends we desire. On Saturday the Attor- ney General gave this definite prom- is entirely new and somewhat unus-j ual. The yoke is arranged at each' side of the centre front and back box plaits extend half way down the cen- tre front where it is decorated with tiny self-covered buttons. The clos- ing is at the left side of the back. A suitable development may be had in cashmere, poplin, serge and the wor- sted mixtures. The pattern is in 6 sizes, 22 to inch waist measure. For 26-inch waist the skirt will re- quire S yards of material 20 inches wide, 6 7-8 yards 24 inches wide. 4 5-S (yards 36 inches wide, 4 yards 42 ins. wide or 3 1-S yards 54 inches wide. Width of lower edge in medium size about 4 yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents. iss Veriia Feltonand The Allen Players Will present Mrs. Patrick Camp- bell's Success The Second Mrs. Tanqueray Prices: 25c 50c 75c ise that Sunday On that promise we rested and I feel the Attorney General intends keeping his word. Of course if it becomes necessary 'to prevent this work on Sunday by action in the court we will take action." It is understood the contractors claim in defense of their work on Sunday that -by doing so they pre- vent damage to property arS thus arc exempt from prosecution under the Act. They claim that it is nee- essary to finish the west wing of the 3091 GIRL'S AND CHILD'S ONE-PIECE DRESS PARIS PATTREN NO 3091 All Seams Allowed. No style is more becoming to chil- dren than the simple, little one-piece frock. This pretty model is of dull blue cashmere. trimmed with blue white striped material. Wide tucks stitched to the "waist in front and i back are arranged over the shoulders. i and becoming width is given by I broad epaulets that extend out over the bishop sleeves. A belt of the j striked material is worn at low waist- line, but one of leather could be used if desired. Red cashmere, brown and j white plaid woolen, navy blue of 'white serge, trimmed with braid, would all make up prettily. The pat- tern is in 5 sizes. 3 to 11 years. For a child of 7 years the dress will re- quire 4 yards of material 24 inches wide. 3 1-2 yards 27 inches wide, 2 1-2 yards 36 inches wide or 2 1-4 yards 42 inches wide, with 3-8 yard of con- trasting material 27 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. TO THE COUNTRY OF THE FREE Seats on sale at the Arcade until 6.15 A nice comfortable house with new opera chairs just Installed. Miss Verna Felton Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands of -women suffer untold misery every day with aching backs that really have no business to ache. Backachs is simply a. warning from the kidneys and should be attended to immediately so as to avoid years of terrible suffering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you in the samfc way they have of others, and they cure to stay cured. Mrs. W. C. Dssrr, 13 BH--lilOii Si London, Ont., is with pleasure that I thank YOU for the good your Doaa's Kidney Pills done me. Have been troubled with backache for years. Nothing helped rue until a friend brought me a. box of your Kidnev PHX I began to take them and took four boxes j employed in the construction of the and am glad to say that I am cured en- I Looetschberg tunr.e! through the Ber- tirely and can do all my own work and v.or Alps. These- scenes of industry feel as good as I used to before taken a hotbed of black banders, sick. I am positive Doan's Kidney j forty of whom are in custody there Pills are all you claim them to be, and I I awaiting trial on charges of assault advise all kidney sufferers to give them j and murder, fair trial." ________________ Price 50 cents per box or 3 for j of household furniture 3rd at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt I white house west of school Westmin- of price ov The T. Muburn Co., Limited, ster Road tomorrow, Wednesday at Toronto, Ont. 2 3Q Fpank Waddingtorii auctioneer. When ordenns specify "DoauV 303.2 B'ack Handers Leave Switzerland for United States Geneva. Dec. police today confirmed the report of a wholesale exodus of members of the black hand who mean to find a new field of op- j eratior. in America. Jt developed also that no less than sixty of the charac- ters of whom forty have been expelled from Switzerland are making their way of circuituous routes to the United States. These men were for- merly part of a gang of 2.000 Italians FORD Fire Alberta Imperial Cream Silver Spocm Tea Blue Ribbon Tea Fresh Italian Chestnuts AH Kinds of Imported Cheese CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. We have just received two cars of all kinds of BEDS, SPRINGS and MATTRESSES from the East to be sold at Less then Uanufactarer's BEDS, SPRINGS, and MATTRESSES from up to ALSO of all kinds, which must be cleared. Prices from up Don't Fail to gire us a look, as we can guarantee bargains to every purchaser OVES AND HEATERS 35 PER GENT OFF The Golden West Furniture Co r .Opposite the Herald Office want to Jurnish honse 'to SAVE MONEY buy from Golden West Furniture Co. the cheapest store in town. Round Streat Opposite Herald Office What You Can Buy For t Ladies' Velour Calf Blucher, "Fitwell" Brand. A useful winter shoe, per pair Ladies' Vicl biucher, pat. tip, "Fitwell" Brand. A stylish dress shoe. Per pair ..........53.50 Ladies' Fine Tan Calf Blncher, "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici Kid, or "Kang- aroo" leather, blucher cut. Made on latest mod- els. "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's from, per pair ,----52.00 House slippers in all tte newest designs. Call and inspect our goods i S BAY COMPANY Silks and Fancy Goods See cur stock before you purchase your COSTUMES MADE TO ORDER. Tai Chons it Co ni. Sherlock Block X Herald Want Ads Bring Big Results ;