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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tAILV MftftUA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMtER 15, the MAKING Leek for the gilt edge and know that four garmont gets tho right lining satin. Luxurious, Lustrous, Lasting, guaranteed good for two full seasons' wear. V Guaranteed for'two seasons CERTIFICATE OF WEAR This certificate of wear issued by The Brainerd Armstrong Co., guaranteeing- Gilt Edge B A, Satin Lining. Is given to customers with each purchase and is placed in the pocket of each garment lined with our satin. Save it and if your lining does not fulfil our guarantee, return the garment with this certificate, giving date and place of purchase and we will reline it without charge. The Brainerd Armstrong Co.. New London, Conn. This Soliii. is 2G inches wide and is sold at the remarkably low price of per yard. Some fine lines of shoes, same as above, regular to at................................. Men's Patent Oxfords, Dongola Oxfords, Patent Leather Gaiters and Dongola Gaiters, regular and now Men's Dougola Slippers in odd sizes'and odd lasts, just some odds tnd ends and broken lines. Regular and Conie in and have a look over what to offer you in Furs, Ladies3 and Coats at reduced prices. Our system of cash dealing is working out fine and we are now able to quote the lowest prices in the city for cash. Did you ever know that we carried a stock of guaranteed linings with a guarantee'that is worth something Here is a copy of our guarantee that goes with B. A. Gilt Edge Lining Satin: Our Great Shoe Sale still booms and everyone is well satisfied with tlie values we are offering. We are selling some job lots of shoes that were not advertised at first but we quote here the price list: i Some choice lines of Men's Heavy Bluchers in Calf, Wholestock and a few pair of fine Kangaroo, Boxed Calf and Dongola Congress. These are some odd ends of lines and' odd sizes that we must clear- out. and in order to do so we are selling regular and S4.50 shoes at....................................... A. Macdonald Co THE CASH STORE Skin FIVE MORE DAYS FOR CLUBS Umdat guch Salt Raeum, Erytipelas, Tetter, Shinflei, PHntuii, Scurf, Itching Rashes BoiU, Pimplw, etc., are in- cluded. diMMes, rule, are not tut unsightly, irriutini Md Umbly annoying to the jtiwr; tfejr mainly OB bad blood HMB MB MUM Mother, for if bleed ft pura Md eireulatioa food 10 ikii oieaalioeej M> eWerve etrictly all tto laws ef health, regular ectieei W the Uft Mviaj, eating miy nour. iakiaf fowl. CUMM keep tke biood bj taknf Burdock Mood Bitten. vkieh ncretiMu, und MW UMd by aetikc M nyitcm. 4- f E. M. Mvwi, 4- Jeddare. N.S., SixYwn. MM 4- I don't think there is aayom in Dominion can rtcommerid Burdock Blood bitters more thatt I can. I euffer- terribly with Salt Rheum for she years, j aad did everything for it without "relief, j Fw curiosity sake I bought iix bottles o{ Burdock Blood Bitters, and it completely eured me. I would advise ethers to Bee For nle by aU dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Milbura Limited Toronto, Oat. FLYER RAN INTO PASSENGER TRAIN and Erie, Pa., Dec. Big Four' Twentieth Century No. 26, and east! bound second, en route St. Louis to! jS'ew York, came together in a rear; end -collision with passenger train No. i 10 on the Lake Shore Railway at Northeast, sixteen miles from here last midnight. By a seeming miracle but thr-ee Italians were killed, seven' other persons seriously injured and probably 25 more or less cut and bruised: According to the story.' brought here by persons aboard a re- lief train sent from here passenger train No. 10, for some reason or oth- made the Northeast Siding in time to give a clearance for, the approach of the 60 mile an hour flyer. Accord ing to persons who were aboard No. 10, a stop had been made at North-, east, -delaying the train for some1 time. Without warning there came a crash and splintering of wood and before any warning cry could be ut-' tered the rear coach of No. 10 had been splintered by the heavy engine hauling the Twentieth Century. j Northeast being but a hamlet and; at night cut off by railway telegraph; lines from the outside world, news of j the 'wrecked train travelled slowly, j After midnight a report reached here that two freight trains had run to-j gether, head-on, at Northeast, with'' no fatalities. By a round-about way the report was found to be -erroneous. Immediately a relief train was rushed i from this place and Conneaut, Ohio, i with nurses and physicians. i Persons aboard the fast flyer were: hardly aware that the collision had j taken place, as the engineer of the; flyer, upon seeing the rear signal' lights of No. 10, applied emergency brakes in time to save damage to his! j train except the .mutilation of the! pilot and headlight of his engine. I Traffic was delayed about two hours until the demolished coach in which the three Italians met their 'death had been cleared from the right of If anyone ever entertained doubt of the success and magnitude of this great enterprise or had any doubt of the success as to the amount of in- terest it would create, that has loag been -dispelled and scoffers have disappeared. There are always a few people of this calibre in every cominuaky. aud votes looks like that manv dollars to them, while real livr: ones only smile and say, "A hundred Thou- what's DON'T GET DISCOURAGED The race is getting short, and nil that is necessary is to take a breath, throw your chest oui make a deliberate onslaught on the natives and make them "stand aa.1 deliver." or three of the candidates have j a notion that they can "lay bacK in! the harness" until the last few davsH' before the polls are closed ani then come on with a rush and win one of the prizes. The contest -man thinks that the three-day idea is a mistake. For per- sons who are as popular as the con- testants in the present race it wuuid be impossible for them to see all their friends in a few days. They might put on a full head steam and cover lots of ground, but} it is -a physical impossibility for one i person to get in touch with all the people that will be willing to ii'oost; them in the short space of three days But, remember this: There" be almost a score of other people inter- ested in the final result of the game who will be rounding up ail their scattered friends in the same three! days, and may "cut in" on your pre- serves with disastrous results. So don't be the late one. Remeai- ber the extra vote club offer ends Monday night. Every subscription turned in this week means more than the same subscriptions turned in next week. Get. all you; possibly can before the clock strikes j ten next Monday night. HOT 'AIR STORIES And, above all else, pay no atten-j lion to rumors as to how many this! or that candidate has. hot air stories are bound to be circulated, and, in fact, it sometimes pays to bluff a little. If you scare some weak-kneed indi- vidual out of the race in that man- good "contestrics." JRun. your own campaign to yourself. Keep under cover .until its a show-; down or else make a show of strength occasionally. But be from Missouri always as far as the other candidate is concerned. Remember, that you have just s.s many friends and as large a follow- ing as anyone else in this contest and have as good a chance to succeed if you get at' it in the right manner. You can't fail .to win if you trv. I way. Do not fail to hear the greatest singer ever in Lethbridge. Wesley church tonight. CONDUCTOR CHARLEY'S AUNT The presentation of one of the most laughable comedies ever "Cher-ey's Aunt" at the Lyceum last night was a mirth producer of no mean proportions. Will Stewart in the role of Charley's Aunt Dona Lucia. D'Alvo- (Special to the Herald) Frank, Alta., Dec. sever- ity of the verdict of the coroner's jury, which investigated the sudden death a couple of weeks ago of the pioneer, Hemnry Kountz, has brought forth a statement from Conductor Muir of the C.P.R. who was so strongly censured for failing to stop his train to examine the body of the old man when it was seen lying by the track. It will be recalled that the jury charged the conductor with criminal negligence for not stopping the train. Conductor Muir, when interrogated by the pplicc in response to the de- mands of the verdict, .stated that'h'e body, j6r, 'the'man al- ive as the jury believed, lying by track but was told by a passenger after the train had passed that a man or a body had been seen lying fay the track and he reported the fact at Hill crest Junction instead of at Frank, as previously reported. On the strength of the statement no proceed- ings will be taken. Saturday ley's Aunt" Matinee Lyceum. Candy LAURIER NEVER SAID A WORD London, Dec. Wilfrid Lau- rier's name having been used with reference to the present political con- test, Lord Slrathcions yesterday re- ceived a cable from Laurier, denying ever having been interviewed by anv- one and says he considered it abso- lutely out of place for him to inter- free ever so remotely in any party contest now before the electors ol Great Britain. dorez and the complications that re sulted from his assumption of that character were side-splitting. His transformation from the hale college chap to the demure old lady required in an emergency by nis chums was re- markable and put him in.a position to cause considerable jealousy as the story progressed. The play teemed with funny situations from start to finish and the interpretaton of the play Beds, springs, tables, least excellent.' The Irsh comedy, ''Tom Moore" will be presented tomor- row night and judging from the pre- vious plays presented certainly ought to be worth seeing. Langendorff. tonight. 8.30, Wesley church "The Devil" tomorrow night Lyceum. Backward Children Made Bright aui Active fey Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills Many i growing boy or girl is set down as constitu- tionally slow, stupid or lazy when it is really a question of inactive bowels, lazy liver or sluggish kidneys. The growing child, appetite, i., caiinot long, remain healthy and bright if the sewers of the body, ihc bowcli and the kidneys, arc choked up with impurities that should be tirown oft promptly. The muddy complexion, dragging limbs and dislike for mental or physical effort show plainly that the child needs Dr. Indian Root Pills to stir up the liver and kidneys and regulate the bowels. Dr. Mirsf's InJita Reel filh do this most effectively, cleansing the whole system, purifying the blood, tiding the digestion and jiving plenty of life and activity. As upon the education obtained may depend the in life of your boy or to it that the general health of the child is that study is pleasure and not a hardship. Made from roott tnd herbs by W. H. Comstock Co., Ltd., at Brockvillc, and told by all at 2 jc. a box, 5 Property es Th Talk PARKOALE lots at were a snap before the Park By-law was passed a week ago. Aren't they a mighty sight better now? If you haven't bought, get in before the price is advanced. Buy When You Can Buy Cheap Property that will make you an home" a little later. If it is an investment you want in- stead, where can you obtain such a chance for so little money? Lots NOW i Hmt Ctrt ScaWnf. r mas present if you don't want them yourself. If you live out ef town send in per lot and we win select for you. Then any time within months you have the privilege of changing them for- others in this division that may not then be sold. SKEITH TliLEY ,1 ;