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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 16.1910 Henry Rogers j'" Sons CUTLERY Sheffield, England Our lines of the above makes are .very complete GIVE EVIDENCE Robertson may' Tell Murder of Tucker Peach of Could Not Rest at Night. Back Was So Weak. THILLETHBHIBGE PAIT.Y Calgary, Dec; J5.-TJiwuas Mitchell Kobcrisoii, who with the niuraer Of Tucker Peach, will corae very ape to arise and the fire the. bar, know you will be -.for his Diabetes or Bright's Disease thi three most deaolv fm-mc. -I.-TJ S. piece Carving Sets, in case to to 12 .piece. Fruit Set, pearl handles, in beautiful case. Price according to size of pearl in price as above. Fruit Sets. 28' pc., including berry spoons, ;t-ake knife and -i' mujmiig au- racks, before Colonel--Walker- preliminary hearing, which was -ad- journed eight days by Inspector Dtfllus. _ On Saturday morning Fisk {who is alleged by Robertson in the8 crime, -be brought up. The mounted police and the crown authorities are so' silent that there is litt? Weak, lame and aching backs are the primary cause of kidney trouble. vVn J i the oack aches or becomes weak 'it is a warning from the kidneys that everv- 1 thing is not right with them. Heed .warning: cure the weak lame, acfting back and dispose of any chances ofc farther trouble this, serious tions are very apt to arise and DYSPEPSIA Agricttlttira5o5y Can Be Cured. (Continued from front, page) ALBERfX A not he r .Large Loan Company to do Business announcement Just 2ndlai1 DeD the all prevailing and one which i wi t v tiijiJUK malady of tmhzed life, and one which oftenest baffles ail ordinary treatment It gives rise to a great variety of distress- ingsymptoms, such ,as distress seeretary was instructed to de- termine the dates on which Edmon- ton, Saskatoon and Calgary wanted! tneu- and, report at the meeting: most Truble- the e e deadly forms of Kidnev !'Jng for LI tile j fkn4. 4. I iv iho A-M-' j everyim-ng enters a :e Co or rjyspeptic stomach. as ati irritant; -e o. hence the great difficulty of effecting a i next He was. also instructed to Agent tment ir. G. Oreen, ;ir intention in. ihe Province., of Seattle, General 6 Department cning the back. Lowes Co., have just fnfin a Cril) thrOUfrh cure- The Jong train of distressing symptoms; render life a burden Remind iht Premier of- dyspepsia, may "be omp y "S3 t0n f by the use of. Burdock association the'frtomirr-h ton intimated would be. allowed to the Mrs. -John Puigh. Parkdale" Jfan" TVI- have used Doan's Kidney I n! ln- arranged with the Pills and find nothing to beat them T government for the neces- could not rest at night'my back wa i tiiea everything, but could net i assets of over three millions The .firm Of p. CV Lowes Co. ucta-iiic yureu uvuu -u'liiuii i Knv v pci ,i ST 4 v -t can now eat finytdiing without it i preceded 'his arrest, the at a" dealers or mailed and Mc- Arnaud .is now in Leth- i hurting ir- T .f. .w..Tne: tof i Toronto, Ont. Anderson, Manager Of the local i-trouble." If ordenug direct, specify here. o We local _----- HJL flit principal points throughout the prov -nd Me Arnaud .is now in Leth- with Combination.' Fruit" and Pish ..Set. pearl handled, 54 pieces in -case to 1-2 doz., Butter Spreaders pearl and indeed ever sVce RobTrts'on re' l a" (.nave-been appointed a covered from the drinks bout which u Kidney Pills are 50 cents per iPriRC1Pal. Points throus preceded 'his arrest a; at all dealers or maS If Me Arnaud j quent shock Of beibg f trials OL. the the. police have 1 been giving-him jjyery opportunity of i giving wluch the 'law and the formalities' permit." to the Tucker Peach farm, eluded this supposed to .been of-Teffing a-m I explain'more fullyrTthe his'tofy' r crime. Perhaps not" bn hut touai hav: Lowes Co. reliefmntiH-tried' Burdock Blood BiS been appointed agents for thef-I- took .three jbottles and became cu-S" i POintS thrOUffhniit i T nnti- oaf liver and and bowels, stimulates secretion of .the sah'va commlttee to again and_ ot the premier purifies up the entire "Dickens, Bentbh, A7 B writes: ,nl have used that few medicines can .....____ in dyspepsia and stomach wait UntlJ "of 1911 before hold-' J -was troubled for a number j such a fair. Honorary 'Directors Falrfield were appointed a bring the atten- preaiicr to this inatter. it was relt ..that a seed fair in Jan- iry next would not be an -unmitigated success but one such, fair may K" heici in one year it, to xor a. number of years .jvith dyspepsia, and could eet no relief ;un tit I-tried Burdock Blood Bitters. .T- f'.rwk' hnftlftu oTifJ __ __, Xmas. Gift As at the annual "meeting fortnight or so ago, so as .this -meetin; crime. Perhaps not" on Saturday, but ibetore many days '.lave" 'it --is" probable that Robertson- cd on the stand the crown jdcr to give evidence" against-Fisk, DEER DEALER VALUABLE PIECE OF-4. Limited; Ont. Red r 1BK {and that the the of dead itl X1J according }Q -Robertson. the a' hole through the reel I crime-was committed, and'- of-the'xe- and a-small-tine bv'his spcctive parts to f ,Jt looks 10ce" a the same two accused men !or whlch no -ean be as it. _ ,be was apparently: circum-. Sugar Shells and Knives, each- Butter _, JEWELER OLIVER BLK. .ROUND STL Peach's Body Brcught Home The body or Tucker Peach j vt. o this morning STABBED BABY BECAUSE of the mounted was im- mediately taken .to ,.Shaver's under- ,vv taking parlors, where it will "be pre- serbed until .ihe HE COULD NOT GET WIFE ..JoMan, Mont... Dec. 15.-Because his young wife, 'with ;waom he i, v-.jw; i refused to return and livi Known. The in'the'Iiandsbfjiollowlng a protracted i riaibeok- ir At--the: conclusion _spouse, and. slit of the trial the body Trill be handed wittl a penknife, turned 1 tneir-young-baby and Cabbed it sfeven times, apparently tninking he had vestment. Co. taken up. tie op- Jas. Fiske some--time ago on the lots and" 11 4T at-.-the-corner of Fourtb. street an-d Fiftn avenue." The .price 5 The property y the .building, used as V. C. A. woman's home. It is .as the- old- Neednaai. propertv. PROTECT will be Iritto- Preserve Forests her over to relatives shoidd.they make ap plication for this to be-done. ______ '-Kile'd the infant. "Hollenbeck cut Tis A Posse of heavily armed by Mrs. Hollenbeek surrounded the house -ready to riddle' There is but. scant hope of the ten den .mine near" G-eorge Bury, father be sold -as- we are going completely, out- of business, to make your dollars go Xmas; Gifts. 3 prices siat all. For the Cold Weather price per cloz. Our price per garment 9 cloth coats left, at prices that startle you. Fur have regular coats, going at. 3 Only Sheep lined long coats, wombat collars. .Eaton's price is Ours Winter are ing this fine line for n f nOAV Js the jour money in and snbstantial at place AVIH rew Suggestions For Christmas New price you would expect to pay for an old one. worth dou- clear- prices ,up from.......75c ana twice the price., at .50c Excelda for .25c -Neatly boxed, ready for presentation__from 25e For genuine value look up Sadowski's Green Sio-ns-thaf, f There's no Christian Science abo'ut this plain money-and-our loss is vour o-ain to For .the Working Men Peabody's carry the finest line city and our prices'rim from 35c to Elsewhere you pay'voc to 12.00. 8ee the difference Mitts and hare tliese to suit all are selling at Jess than cost the miner. Per Paii' all we can .give you at less than we paid the manufacturer. They must be sold. HubberK. Felts and Winter prices will stagger you! Competition stands ahast! at means we need the ------of.-.such a ure beingJdilcuissed: at" a meeting held tOC13.y Of tbo StSLtS- _--. (fc of rthe five missioners.-were-present, David Hil- L. L. .Call- ind Rufus von ,___ .In. addition Gor ernor Forester. C. 'anci several conference. The .measure tnat-will, be submitted to the, legislature .will not only provide' ror preventive'steps, but will provide can-be taken in "case start, 'It is the opin- ion or.-t-nbseat'the .conference that.the snould-provide co-operation een, tne "state'and federal author- .jitles. It was de- Glared-.that'75 per. cent., of the fires "J "ItUUUt 16 i hurting me. I -willhizhly recommend was simply -imnossibla to Sre the SLS'mS' tion of ttie ladies; 'and on ''MrV-Sim- mons' suggestion, three are -to be' ap- a president as Honorary directors, wiio: will nave charge of-.the aesthetic: fea tures of the fair. The secretary reported "tlrat f Canadian Ferciieron Society v offered medals and ribbons 'to-the Association for use as prizes at'the fairs.'' Plans of Buildings Tne plan the main building to be erected on tne fair grounds was ex niblted. Robert Nimmons objected to endorsing the.plah; stating that it was accept plans from but "one no matter, what his Selling Days which we -to nose present, -but Geo. M. Hatch call- ed" tneir attention to :the short time wnlcb. was at tneir disposal If the uilding for se at the next and tne board Hereupon accepted the with the ecommendation tnat the city' council o anead and erect the bulling-with 11 the despatch" possible. Socialist is Turned Down front in Montana; tnis: year were tie .result or REAL THING IN :MANUAL TRAIN Wheelbarrdw and Woodr pile for Tardy Pupils '----i at School _ The-'same "fate attended the mght-ly wages bill. J..R. Boyle.con- a "general such :a .measure 'as this? wbulcl' hardships :on-''inany clashes ;'6f industry including farming" communities'. There ,many out of the way points, too, where it would be a physical-im- possibility to pay wages .in" cash ev- ery' two weeks. -.Frank Walker said he was "not in favor "of having-th'e bill killed, be- cause the third clause of the bill pro- Tiding that an employee when dis- should "receive his wages ini- J j-jnediately on- being discharged, was a very-.proper one. ....Mr; Boyle explain- er this provision is alreadv in the statutes. Puffer said that. O'Brien, who had termed the action of the-house-as gross attempt to.; side-track legisla- tion, had no right lo use such terms. What right had the house, anyway, to consider the demands of a man wh0 continually flunked on voting on im- portant nncstions when be- fore the house. A bill resppcting chemists Our Immense X in a s. Stock 'i J! FURS. 'LINENS. '.WAISTS. 'GLOVES, cable north of township 68. TARIFF IS DEAD AS ISSUE (Continued from front 1 the The course .is. .who are" j tardy; and while thei'c may be some j question to 'its it prom Jjises to of the" most effective in I the-curricuhim. for f j the new subject-appeared yesterday a marked redaction in the size of the woodpile. Principal Hug believes the new meth od is an improvement on the srstem 01 expulsion and suspension in" that it causes no-hard .feelings and prom- ises to be more efficient. MOTOR SCARFS CHAIN- PURSES, BELTS, _ KIMONAS, GIRLS'COATS, SILK DRESSES, GENTS' UMBRELLAS. BY- the vcro must also go: Home Rule "Election After the result, seemed no longer in Redmond described the con- lesi; as the "great home rule elec- tion To tell the truth the issue has been well pushed to the front and it is safe lo say wherever it has beea capable of injuring Liberals it v.-as used to the .limit. The Lords issue fought under cir- I cumstanccs probably as favorable as J 1C T possible to the Lords. The BARONS NEWS Barons, Dec. a crowd left Barons on Wednesday to Jtucblgan: Mr. and -Mrs. C. w. this point.: "fii xiansen, and three sons, who so to i lost nve in Devonshire and one i-> Minnesota and Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs.! Cornwall, while a Cornwall Liberal MitcneJ, who are going to Jlinnesota. who declared against Home -Mrs. s. A. Evans and neice, Mrs. has a substantially increased ma- are going to Chester, Mont Primrose, Rosetery's SOP., tfteir future home, on Wednesdar an anti-home ruler, and maybe -Mr. and >Ir3. D. E. Cotton are going j are-in the sarae boat. to Kadison, Sask., to visit Mr. ton's parents until sprir Cot-j the southwestern counties for jthe'past f 1 Air. Warm .nae.gone Calgary Asquith and LIoyd-Georee made KITIOCC; I Thnit- a HUNT UP GREEff Out-of-Business Sale HO ROUND STREET LETHBRIDGE >K 1TOR THE GREEN SIGNS business. I regret very much to announce tne death o? Marguerite, tne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McDermot, the sta-, tion agent. She was taken to Banff! two weeks ago, wiere she died, and is being burled at JL-etHbridge. They nave the sympathy of all their friends in ciieir trouble. -Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell are leaving today for Minneapolis, where they will _ maue then- valeaictory of the present cam- paign last night, The latter said the Tories reminded him of the French wao said they were not beaten at Waterloo, and would have won a slor- lous victory but 'for the allies. But -Napoicon, he reminded them, went to Helena just the same. i! spend! the Holidays. Mrs. James Nelson left today for Washington. will aer holidays. Miss Alma Mewmarch returned on Monaay from Letnhrtdge. Mr. GOW leaves Ontario bs will spend the holMay., Makes the Hair Beautiful At last a remedy bas been discov ered that will positively destroy rhi- pest. That Dandruff is caused by gerrpr Sensible Dandruff Ss the root of all bair evils the dandrnf; germs and remove Dandruff in ter BLANKETS, BABY BABY LAUNDRY BAGS, CUSHION TAPESTRY CURTAINS, AND DOWN QUILTS, Prices Talk That's why we're busy The ;