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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Nttf FIVf THE SIONATUU OF "on the label guarantee that the contents of the bottle, be it Wine or Spirits, is Absolutely Pure, Genuine, tad the Best Value for Money. W. A.'Gilbey 'have been known for over .half a century as the "Pure Liquor and they are Purveyors: of Wines and Royal Warrants of Appointment. to His Majesty King Edward VII., H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and H.M. the King of the Belgians. W. A. Gilbey have built up the largest Wine and Spirit business in the keeping faith with the consumer and- giving him the finest value obtainable for his money. If you would be certain of the Purity, Quality and Genuineness of your purchases, always ask for Gilbey's. If your wine merchant does not keep our brands, write or phone to our agent below, who will tell you .xvhere you can obtain them. Winet and on sale In Canada are: GILBEY'S "Invalid pure, light Oporto Wine. GIUSEY'S "Xentilla." pale nutty Sherry 0 year, old. GILEEY'S "Ptrmmard fintut blood-making Wine. GILBEY'S "Chtieau Loudcnne" two sold mfdalt, GILEEY'S London Dry purc.it Dry Gin made- CILBEY'S "Old Tom" purest tweet Gin made. GILEEY'S "Plymouth" in purity'and flavor. GiLBEY'S "StratUmiO." Scotch six yean, old, Pure Kc'.t. GiLBEY'S "Spey Royal" Scotch and procurable. GILBEY'S "Fivt'SteT" very old, pure ffrape Cognac. GILBEY'S Jamaica, pure vholesome Spirit. PAGNUELO WINE AND SPIRIT CO., LETHBRIDGE, WG CROWD SEES SUNLIGHT SOAP The Allen Players were never more successful In pleasing the Lethbridge theatre goers with any of their ex- tensive repertoire plays as in the pro- duction of Sherlock Holmes last night. Considering that this is the first time in a year that Sherlock Holmes has been pn-sented by this stock com- pany the few slips that were made may be overlooked with good grace i as 'they in no way took from the lain interests of play. The Lyceum was crowded to the oors The house was sold out some uie previous to the rise of the cur- un. In Sherlock Holmes. Mr. Irving .ennedy found a character which uits him to perfection. His manner, is" distinguished personality fits him dmirably in taking the part of A. lonan Doyle's immortal detective Character. Mr. Kennedy's interpre- ation of Sherlock Holmes was indeed good enough to be classed with Mr.-i jillette, who has been made famous n this role. The play is not taken from any >articular work of Conan Doyle, but las been specially prepared for the stage by the creator of the character 'rotn the various sketches. Miss Verna Felton does not figure as prominently in this play as in the previous productions of the company. There was not the opportunity for this charming and vivacious actress who has been playing a stellar role until last night for her to show her talent to the best advantage, but in her part she was as pleasing as ever and it is only regrettable that she did not appear more often. The heavy character of the play, Prof. Moriarity, was taken by Chas. Ayres, who has always shown rare ability, but in his presentation last night" he excelled himself. Tonight Alexander Dumas' "Cam- ille" will be presented. This is a play in which Miss Felton will be seen at her best. LYCEUM Sunlight Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no Injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite holes in even the most delicate fabric. are ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. EH Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. FOP wash, ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. OBITUARY POETRY (Toronto Star) Much of the obituary poetry that we see in some of the rural papers is of a nature that may partly explain- the movement of country people into To- ronto and other cities. No sensible person would care to die and be la- mented in execrable metre in the col- umns of the local, press. OF WHAT'S THE NEXT ORDER BUSINESS? (Halifax Echo) The Dartmouth Debating Society has decided that the tramp is not happier than the millionaire. That is one great question settled. 5 FIGHT OVERNTHE BIG DUNSMUIR ESTATE C.. Dec. the reply filed' today in the case of Duns- muir vs Dunsmuir. arrangements are now being made for tue trial which will involve a fight between the heirs of the late Mrs. Joan C. Dunsmuir, and the retiring lieutenant governor. Hon. James Dunsmuir, for recovery of estate valued between fifteen and eighteen million dollars. The plain- tiffs are the other members of the family of the late Mrs. Dunsmuir. and are suing their brother alleging that he and his late brother. Alex. Dunsmuir, obtained the Dunsmuir es- tate from the mother by 'false repre- sentations, they having prevailed up- on her no sell them the estate in- cluding the Vancouver Island coal mines. .Esquimau and Nanaimo rail road lands, steamers, etc., for 000 ?nd an estate worth over When Alexander Dunsmuir died he willed his interests to James Duns- muir and a suit was brought by the actress, Edna Wallace Hopper, step- daughter of Alexander Dunsmuir, to break the will, without res alt. DROVE ON TO HER DESTINY (Bruce Times) Narva lost a good citizen when Mrs. Ben Williamson bade farewell to that on Saturday last, and left via Walkerton to reside in Hanover. In passing through the county town Mrs Williamson stopped her horse to visit friends here, after which she left for Hanover to become one of its most NEW JERSEY MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED New York, Dec. body of Mrs. Oney Sneed was buried today but an uncompromise inquiry into the manner of her death goes on un- abated at East Orange, N. J., where Miss V. Wardlaw, the spinster aunt, is .eld a prisoner pending an inves- tigation by the grand jury. "Sentiment aside." said the chief of police today, "there remains the brutal facts in this case and nothing in explanation of them has been offer- ed. We have a girl found dead in twelve inches of water in a bath tub on the one hand and on the other of a woman who last saw her alive but failed to report her death until 24 hours after it must have been dis- covered. Aunt and niece lived in the same house. It'is incredible that the room could have remained im- visitcd for that length of time or that in their closely related life one of the two could have been absent so long from the house without arous- ing concern would have caused effort to locate the missing one." Hiss felton and the filien Players IN ALEXANDER DUMAS' MASTERPIECE CAMILLE u Courteous treatment to all, whether visitors The Famous Mezzo Soprano ?fe w: From the Metropolitan Opera 2i it of New York and the Royal O Opera of Berlin and Vienna. V9ESLEY CHURCH I; WEDNESDAY. DEC. 15. i oj> Admission and O ;p Plan at Higinbothain's Drug sii Store 3> FAREWELL PERFORMANCES SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING This is the last chance to see the Allen Players _ ;_ PRICES 25c, 50cand75c Seats on Sale at the Arcade Until 6.15 Phone 319 Chicago, Dec. As the two youth- ful elopers who feared the "parental supped into a downtown ho- W. A. shrank the back, for they had been dodgin imagined ire of Mr. Campbell all day. Mr Campbell raised His hand, but it was a signal to the orchestra, which at once struck up the familiar chords wedding march from Lohengrin as Mr. Campbell expressed it, tiie father-in-law had also, invited thirty of Dr. Walston's classmates to join the young couple at supper. "As a matter of fact, I haven't a great deal to remarked Mr. Campbell, "inasmuch as I eloped with my girl's mother when I was 19 years father of the bride. determination to "be Campbell, stepped from behind a pil- old and she was 17. fellow and take his medicine like a come to the Band Concert at Bent- lar and confronted them. ley Company's tomorrow night. respected citizens. The greatest successful sale ever attempted in Lethbridge. Our Sale Has so far surpassed our expectation, Since our sa.e corn- iced people have been waiting for the door to open. The near our store is packed with customs every morning, so muc pence had to interfere to regulate the traffic, finally ordermg us to take down Prices below which is the cause of all the bother, trouble to regulate the traffic to our store. MEN'S FUR-LINED COAT1 MEN'S FUR GOATS 50 INCHES LONG Bulgarian Lamb coats, worth Cub Bear coats, worth Wallaby coats, worth S3< .oU... Canadian Raccoon coats, worth Fine Raccoon coats, worth Silver Raccoon coats, worth S90.UU MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS new Scotch effects. MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS These are all wool, imported English Cheviots in the newest shades, 1909 Models. effects. BOYS' WINTER OVERCOATS Made in double breasted style button to the chin collar, brass buttons. In brown, myrtlo and navy bine colors. MEN'S HEAVY RIBSED ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR OF BEST Wolsey's suit Wolsey's suit EewsGn'g ai} --ool u-sh Heron's suit all wool Penman's 1-3.00 suit all wool unshrinkable nt suit MEN'S SWEATERS to" the chin collars. MEN'S KNITTED FANCY VESTS Wortlx Sale price cannot choose a more useful and acceptable present than one of these vests. TO THOSE ABOUT TO TRAVEL We have just received a large shipment of TRUNKS and SUIT CASES which will be sold during the sals at greatly reduced prices. Call early be- fore stock is picked ever. Sale prices will only be in force for a short time. Mcnsy refunded if not satisfied with your bargain. iver THS STORE FOR 1 I x _____ ;