Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEN THE LETI-mniDGR DAHW FOR MEN GIFTS' THAT ''HE'' WILL APPRECIATE Gifts selected luireSmllbe sure to please any man. We sell the things men like, things men use. Choose-here and you'll make no .mistake1. Ute that- is rc K t JIV J House Coats, ni) from Manicure Sets IVnvollilio1 Robes, up from 35. 50. 75, Scarfs. Brushes Collar Jewel 'Bent's, up from Suspender Sets, up from .Silver Mounted Buckles Puttees Sets, up from Uaridliereliiei's, Initial, half dozen, Wool Scarfs Khaki Hiulkerchief Dr. Jaeger. and Wool Dr. Jaeger to Suits, S25and Shirts, up from Tests, Dr. Jaeger and other Century Suits. and Coats to Brand Suits, up from Silk, Cashmere and Lisle, 2oc, 35c, 50c and Any style, any .price, rp from Cases and Hand lined coats, fur collared cqats; etc. r in Dr. Jaeger and other 03. Biggs has been elected proai- dent of ioislrict No. 18.'U. nr. w. w A., by majority 'of 349over William lust'year's president.. The Dual vote was: Biggs .2246; Graham 1UOO. The cle.nnllc result of the vote for tlio vlce-prpsliloncy is not known, but giving fccacpck ovorythliiK" possible, be is-still 100 votes behind Beard of Michel. For the secretaryship, the llnal vote is: 1490, anil JMcLeod 1115. Brown's election is conceded ty Carter, as is'also Biggs' election by President Graham, who is in the, city today. IN DISGRACE AGAIN DEATH- FROM TOOTHBRUSH Carlisle, hoars of delib- eration a iury doclilod that tl tooth- hnisb bilallo ounsod tlio ilcath ct the h'littbniiil of Mid Jumlo A I bv mil Ibo IravUUns It." Corapnin of lliirtfoid pay tin wltnisi, '57'iOD Bby nap a ding pet at turn- boilnnil and UiinKbun Mis 1 contended bo illi d ol iiiolunl he. juntji cmmil bv Uiokin, on the bristle ol a biimlf'wHIr which hL had been liiubbiiif liis I0oth I'louitlans who attended Lb} boil, out the FRIDAY. DKCKMKKH 15. i'JIC dow's contention. Tim Insurance conipany bused Ho defence on tho testimony of Dr. W. S. coroner's of PhlliitMphla. Ho conducted, air., iintou- ty. niirt said death resulted..from na- tiirul causes. The case thij lietler. part of tbreo EAT HEN6 tlio. hlBhC'tipBt. o( livliii! bothers you gbv- ormnniitnl remedies.' jmt buy- some layins boils and. cat' more 'eaVir-jJdil-. wets and' sain .Spenliuv.. Clark. McKELVIE Kirkiiaiii Clock Greatest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern McGUIRE Lethbridge Rev. Warren McLeod Leaves Eureka, Cal., After Hearing Serious Charge Warren McLeod, who, eight 1 years ago, left Woodstock, mi- ilor a- cloud; after the Hoard of Don- icons'of the First church hud j informed him that they-did not like certain rumors with which his name was connected, is again in disgrace find under similar circumstances. The Chicago Tribune publishes the following dispatch from Eureka, Ctil.: 1 "The 'Rev. Warren Hustings' Mc- Leod, Baptist minister, disappeared i after he had been confronted by the of his who charged I him with undue familiarity witti n girl 'who belonged to his -con- i gregation. His wife is prostrated. j He has four children. The Rev. Mr. '.McLeod came here from Chicago, and a reputation as a former eastern track athlete. The Tribune adds: "The Rev, rcn Hastings McLeod was a special student more than ten years ago at the University of .Chicago. He came here ft-'ohi Canada, and went from Chicigp to Ont and then tp Prince Rupert. He was said have been, while here, a man of fine .appearance and a brilliant student. ;He had no athletic record heie university professor, how ever, s.aid he was not surprised to the statement about McLeod's It .is known that Dr. Mathews appealed to McLeod not to entry the ministry, because :H'hile .he .was here there were rumors ,-'of his looseness with -women, al- 'ithougli, it WAS said, there Twas .noth- ing substantiated, against him. I A VERY BRITISH PEER I I ord DarnleA cJaim-int to the Stot sh of Lennox hating been i rejected by the military f a.uchorine; on the score of is, in the neighborhood of feeling the urgent of, spending his super-abundant and exuberant g> in behalf o" J- Hnd has to -cable dispatches from Europe, a.s a j laborer oil a farm, hoeing turnips, in 'order to .set an example of wartime j industry arid economy, and at the 'same time to do his bit for Inb i country. He is one 'of the tallest] I members of the House .of Lords, in j which he sits as one of the represen- j tative peers ,qf Ireland, standing, 6 feet 4 .iii. h'is stockings, while his. eld- est son and heir, Lord. Clifton, a" com- mander "of 'fhe 'Royal Navy, 'has at- tained the extraordinary height of 6 "eet 7 inches Fine Confectionery for Christmas Fancy Boxes from the'Best Makers" Eresji tli6 Christinas I LoAvue.VK. Gainings, Melbas and Pattersons. If you are fond of home made candy you will be delighted with the different varieties we: make. A special showing for Christmas. i The Olympia Confedionery V 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH 11 oi ell Made and Mcelj Kencd Liberia, of Negro African Movement, Towed Back tv New York SAM'S" ARK Have You Thought of Luggage Surely you haven't forgotten to include luggage on your Christ- mas You may have thought it Joo expensive a gift, but you'll be surprised how far your moiKiy goes Luggage makes a wonderfully sensible gift for any man or woman. They all travel, once jn z while at least OBags to "Suitcases to Alberta Saddlery 306 Fiftti Street S: i'-i, rlioue 704 New .of the-longest ocean tows on .record ended in York harbor when Tut: Zealaridia brought in the steamship -Liberia, after 'towing the craft from the African Gold; Coast, a six thousand miles in fifty-five days. the Liberia will be remembered in cpnuection the ill-fated- move- ffisnt'abont two years.ago to trans- plant .negroes-from. Lnted States in Africaa colonies. Backed by missionaries 'alia philan- tropic interests of this tountn the negro in charge of the movement, was called chartered the Garytyba, formerly' of son; Line, and christened her; the With more than a. Hundred negro "followers be steamed for the west coast, and after touching at various ports was forced to in at Annaroaboe for lack of fuel twenty-five of his followers wens drowned while attempting to land from the vessel in a surf boat and of the suiuvors sue cumbed to jungle fevers as deadh to the Ajnerican negro, it developed as io Europeans and Americans jpoir after the war broke out. and he Liberia was almost forgotten. "King Sam" still'enjoys the frag- ments his power and ac- cording to the officers of the j andia, but his follower1) have dwin lied pitiably, through death The. Gold Coast is 'a British and active missionary enterprise is canjied on in the vicinity of'Aiina- maboe. Dec. Commons today .passed the third read- ing of the bill making it unnecessary j 'or new- ministers already members of j :he nouse of Commons to seek re election HAVE TO SEEK RE-ELECTION SPECIAL ORROW r Our Made Maple WaSmit Per Pound YOU to Try This Delicious liujgc. The Maple Leaf Confectionfery 4 .COALDALE BLOCK SAYS -GOD IS FORGOTTEN AS'PEOPLE BECOME RICH Lansing, neople'J of America are in danger of being as- phyxiated on a bed of accord- Ing to Rev. (Ifiorge IJ. Cady, of this city, who, in a union Thanksgiving sermon, paid particular attention to the fact that tTie people were making hioney ao rapidly that they had "for- gotten all .'.'In tho last two Cady, than in.'gold have been added to the supply'Iff the United plates, and the sentiaej.'.gaas- fhg the walls cries "Jttr is well.'. "That .which .Mr, Uryan fought; so valtantiy for Sri 1896 has to expanded currency and 'High prices." Fresh Killed for Jomorrow's Delivery If you want a fliick, or cliicken or a nice cut of lamb we have tlieiu. A big lot of these will be killed next week for Christmas. We sug- gest that .you reserve your Christmas order.