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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD sre I., on a Chair and You Almost See Christmas We commence to-morrow night tacking FOUR HOURS on the shopping time. We shall do everything in our power to make the holiday shopping not only bearable but enjoyable. Store Open Until 10.30 O'clock Thursday, Friday and Saturday GIFTS I Read Ust and Please Shop as Early as Possible Christmas Neckwear, put up in fancy gift boxes: prices 50c to Souvenir Handkerchiefs. prices 75c Linen Handkerchiefs, put -up -1-2 doz. ..HI... fancy. "giff boxes Silk Suspenders prices from President suspenders put up infancy box .50c matcfe price Pancy Hosiery, prices 50c 75c Fancy prices to Men's Silk Scarfs, shaped and long folding styles, prices to Scarf Pins ,50c to Combination Sets, of silk- suspenders, arm bands and garters Combinatioi) Sets, -arm Bands and garters, silk, Men's in Perrin, Dent or-ITowne makes; silk, fur or wool lined to r) V Pipe Eacks, price Tie Holders, price .50c House Coats, prices Dressing Crowns, prices range up from Suit Gases and Club Bags, up from Oluett. Peabody, Dress Shirts, up from .......i..; W. Gr. E. Coat Shirts, prices up from.................81.25 j, _. i Christmas Clothing Special Values tills week Suits at 25 p.c. off all Overcoats this week only. 25 per cent, ALL FURS per cent, off The home of the Geo. A. -Slater Invictus Shoes. Prices Nightmare Cook's Bane (Continued from front Not Important to Science, He Says "I never expected that my accom- piSshnieat of the Pole, if I did It, would be regarded as a thing of importance to science, which it is not. I want to be -honest in this, and right here I say that any observations I took were tak- en, first of all, for my ov.'n satisfaction to check our line of march. "At a point which I calculated as twenty-nine miles from the Pole, we paused to res.t. Not possessing the strength to build snow houses, we used the silk tent. While the Eski- mos slept, I took observations. There we brewed an extra cup tea, pre- pared a feast of pemmican. broth, thus using an extra quantity' of our prescious fuel, and ate as much as we remaining insanely My heart thumped, and pur- suing our march through the icy vast- ness my imagination peopled the- reg- ion with glorious things. "For a little while I forgot .the an- guish of my body. I was Hungry, tnirsty, weak, dizzy witli faintness, and I made the last upward in a delirium. Just what then, just what .happened, I do'not know. There are in my notebook .briel notes and calculations. "Here a. snow house was built and a round of observations taken. .Un- questionably. I .believed that, on April 21, we had reached the Pole." MAGRATBLAND CHANGES HANDS MAKES CALL ON KING GEORGE Premier Asquith Spends Half an Hour at Buck- ingham Palace f London, Dec. AsquitV, who came down from Scotland espec- ially at the request of King. George, had an audie-nce at' Buckingham Pal- dee today. It lasted oniv. three-quar ters 01 an hour. It is understood' Hii Majesty wished to be fully, to the premier's views and the cabi- net's plans for the future, now tHaf the election is over, before leaving London to spend Christmas at'Sand- ringham, -.-whither he .goes It is known the King is very anxious to tide over the coronation period vriih the least possible political; up- heaval and that all his be exerted with the parties in', the di- rection of a compromise. Mr. .Asquijk savr none of -while .in London and returned to Edinburgh oa.. the afternoon train. LEAVE IN ENDS OF COM1SSION Magrath, Dec. "Wood, of this place, has ieen -presented with '-.-a. Ottawa, Dec, biU-' :wMcb Veterans; the British Empire. {sir Richard Cartwright is draw- Veterans'.Association, for services ;f rendered, the Empire in times of war, up to deal Wlth Mr. Wood, who has reached. a ripe old! terminal elevators and which-. :IiaS-. age, has served in .the great Crimean! been, explained to of; War, and Chinese.Uprising, with-lion-} the Western'Grain .Growers' Assocja.'.. ors, -and has recei'.wci'the thanks .and I tions, will.it is learned, several medals from-, the late Queen: the appointment of a" commission! "bit' Victoria. Mr. Wood is very proud oi his new hat and takes great delight in showing it to his Meads; A .party of land buyers was shown around the district last week, by D. H. Bingham. -They came from Scv- ier County, Utah, and were well pleas; or other means, ed with Southern'-Alberta, and will probably invest here- R. S. Mahee recently sol-d a half section of, "land six miles south -of three to administer; the .existing grain inspection act. This town, for forty-sis: dollars per acre. have drastic powers -to deal perrisiono of grain in tors; and to prevent'Irandby mixing_. will.also.- the authority vto take, over the elevators at any. time it is deemed desirable .to -do so. C. The. question of the.: advisability of Equipment and Supply .Co., of Leth- bridge, and is' already on the road. h His territory includes all the towns- south of Calgary, and east to Medi- cine Hat. contract i .Purchasing elevators will be left" it 1, seen to The station at Spring Coulee has j -administration ot.the .eleya- been closed for the winter, there not tors by a commission is being sufficient traffic to warrant it Farmers' it-'is-stat- a permanent agent at that point. ed. while -preferring that the F. Karren has been: appointed' ment "should adopted in its en- travelling for the.. Western their proposal of .complete gov- ownership they would not ite opinion until the government plans are given a fair trial. .It was .main- tained, on behalf of the government and the department, that better.re- sults are likely to be accomplished through, an independent. commission; tnan under a scheme of -government ownership and and that it would not be wise to undertake the larger scheme until control by com- mission has -been given a BOY SCOUTS ORGANIZING There was a great rally of- boys last night at the former Y.M.C. par- lors to talk over the Boy Scout move ment. There was no doubt as to the boys wanting a corps About thirty boys with them were W. A. Hamilton, su- pervisor of schools; E. M. Thomas- son and F. J. McKinnon, of the Y. M.C.A.'; Mfcjor Stewart and Major LIBEL.SUIT jury in the MISS KNOLLYS WINS HER London. Dec. started here j King's Bench'division today awarded were present ana j.Miss Alexandra Knollys, daughter of Lord Knollys, King George's private secretary, damages 'in the sum of in the.libel suit Burnett', M. K. Kaake, A. Rafton- j wiueh brought against the period- CanniTter. and a few others. "John for having publish- Mr Hamilton presided and spoke ed a report that the complainant had imefly of t-he work ot the Boy Scouts eloped with an English army officer.' which was exceeding the expectation noratfo W. Bottomley. a member of of its founder. General Baden-Powell, House of Commons who controls in the rapidity of its growth and the suagc of its operations. Several speakers spoke oi the wav the Scouts worked in other places ki Alberta and elsewhere. A committee composed of Messrs. Harrilton, Thomasson, E. express fl t Mitford and A. Fiske -was appointed to arrange for the next meeting which will be held in the new Y.M.C.A. building, which is to be opened verv soon. cere regret that tae groundless state, ment bad been printed. WHITE MAN TAKES A CHANCE 'NEWS FROM STIRLING Calgary, is expected home this -week Stirling, Dec. on Monday j to spend the holidays, morning the infant child of Mr. arf i Mr. Mels Nelson, of this place, will Mrs. Gnstav. Ostlund passed from i leave for Utah shonly. as be intends tfcis life. It was only sick a day or i spending the Christmas holidays in so. the sunny south. .Miss Josie Miller, of Claresbolm, is I Miss Lillie Perkins will be home in town visiting with relatives anditnis week from Calgary, where she jriends. i nas been attending the Normal school Next Wednesday evening the Mut-1After Christmas Miss Perkins will nal Improvement Association will j take Standard IV. department: give a debate. Tas subject under die- the school, .which. J. E daughter of my wife, had a son. ThatMUCH MARRIED WOMAN, [boy was, of course my stepbrother, j SHE TRIES IT AGAIN because he -n-is my father's son, but he was also son of my wife's step May Yohs. Who Has Been in the daughter and ;hereiore her grandson., cession will be; "Resolved, that in- temperance has been a greater curse to man than slavery." Mr. Elmer Spaceman, who baa attending the Normal school at Jiarl has formerly taught. Things look lively for a good jolly time during the holidays, as sorae am- usement is planned for every even- ing during the -week. John D. Rockefeller has given an- otner ten million dollare- to the Uni- versity of Chicago. It is to be paid Jin ten equal instalments, ami is his jl'inai gift to tho university, which has 'received of the Standard Oil magnate's money. Lebanon, Ohio, Dec. to be his own grandfather and a bro- ther to his own son, Richard arrived here to spend several weeks with friends. He -was formerly a War ren county boy and is v.-ell known by oldtr residents. "I will tell you Irow it said Connell, in explaining his strange re- lationships. "You see, I met a young widow in Iowa by the name of Sarah Minor and wo were married. She had a stepriaucrrit.er. Thrn my father met stepdaughter and married her. That made my wife the. mother-in- law oi' hrr i'aihcr-in-law, and made my stepdaughter my stepmother, and my father become my stepson. "Then my stepmother, the step- That :n-otio mr grandfather of my stepbroihcr. my wife had a son. Mv mother-in-law, the stepsister oE my Limelight Before. Marries at Seattle San Francisco, Dec. Tone, motucr-in-iaw, tne stepsister ot rnv T son, is also bis zrantoother. because former LoIHJon musjc hal1 he is her stepson's child. My fal-her ,whose marnage to Lord Francis Us the brother-in-law of my child, and subsequent elopement with cause his stepsister is my wife. I Major Putnam Bradlee Strong, son am the brother of my own son. who of former Mayor Strong, of New York, 'is also the child of my grandmothci. brought her into the limelisrht, has I am my mothers brother-in-law, my asain embarked upon the matrimonial wife is her own child's aunt, my son 6ea3_ Her neTV husband is F. M. Key- is my father's iwphew, and I'm mr a nolds. a musician, formerly attached ;to a musicl comedy company, whom own grandfather. So There you are. Sir .Tamos Vv'hitney, Premier of has J'ust married at Seattle, tarlo, lias presented Sir Henry Pellatt The post office authorities at 3 jc Indian Woman After a Weird Wooing ,33d the Quer-n'si Own Regiment, with ;ai> aihura of four volumes, contain-'treal state that over a million letters ing newspaper Clippings referring to and a larger number of papers and itne regiment's trip to the Old Coun- magazines have been sent to Great try. They are nicely inserted and Britain by peojjle in Canada during Indexed. the Christmas BanJesvjlle, Okla., Dec. TSir.mons. of this city, is an electri- cian, and accustomed to taking chan- ces in handling high voltage currents. He married Adell Bovard, an Osage Indian woman, after she had refused him for Albert Miller, allowed the lat- ter to get a marriage license and tnen quararel with him at the door ot the ministers home. She tore up the license, told Miller to hunt another woman, and started to find her former suitor. "Do you still want to marry she called out in true Indian spirit to Timmons. when she found him in a poo! hall. "Well, I might lake a was tne reply. Ana in arm, the pair walked to the probate court, where Tjmraone got a now license. They went to the same minister. This time the ceremony took place. "Poor was Miller's only com- ment, when tol-d of the weddlns. J. Connell, A. Draycott, H. Davidson and R. Moore -were injured In a foun- dry at Belleville.. Onu, when the top of the cupola, over the molten metal Diew scattering the metal fluid all over the building. Moore was badly burned. Insure yourself against colds and coughs with a 35 cent bottle of 's Syrup of Tar end Cod LSver Oil This famous preparation is cot only a. cure, bnt a preventive of throat and Inng troubles. Take it in time. It is the most soo- cessfnl Cough Remedy in Canada. Large bottle 35 cents all dealers. J, L. Slathteo Co., Prop's. Sierbrooke. One. Distributors for Western Canada FOLEY BROS. LARSON COMPANY Winnipeg, Edmonton. Vancouver, ;