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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 14: TUT LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Saturday; January 14. RTH WARD Don't Forget at E. PARSON'S Op. Westminster Bargains in Ladies' Wear Wool liose. reg-. 50c for 44k.1 Lose, regular 30c for------.. nose, regular 45c for Cashmere hose, oOc for Black sateen for ...S5c Black sateen underskirts S2.25 for Blouses, .-.75e. to Black and navy dress skirts, Black oiid navy dress skirts Wool shawls, reg. for .75c Flannelette night dresses, reg. -SI.25 Corsets, regular -Si.OO for :........-.85c Corsets, for Corsets, regular for Colored, and Ijlk. cashmmere gloves 25c Hand-lxigs.. regular Tor -Hand Ixurs. -regular .65 for PARSON' Bargains in Men's Wear Sheep lined coats, .regular for' Sheep .lined coats, reg. for Sheep lined coats, reg. -58.50 for Wool sweater, reg. -S3. 00 'Wool sweater, regular for Wool 'sweater, regular .50 for Wool sweater, regular 25 for .95e Overshoes. 2 buckle, reg. 12.65 for Overshoes, 1 buckle. reg.-Sl.95 for Twed lined.. for-. Tweed caps, fur lined, for Tweed caps, fur for TVed caps, fur liiied for Tweed caps, fur lined. 95c for Tweed pants, regular for Tweed pants, regular for Staivficld's underwear, reg. Si. 25 Fleece lined Underwear, 65c fbr' .Heavy tweed skirts. .50 for I95c .85c-' 92.50 Heavy flannel -shirts, reg 31.35 at Heavy flannel shirts, reg. 31.25 at Way's miifflers.-reg.65c for Kic Way's mufflers', reg. 45c for Shoes, regular -S4r.25 for Shoes; regular So .-50 -.for Shoes, reular for' .'.2.00 Bargains in Boys' Wear Tweed regular Heavy reefers, .regular Tor Wool .sweaters, regular 85c for Wool sweaters, regular 65c for Tweed caps, regular 50c for Corduroy caps, 'regular 50c for. Fleece lined underwear, reg. 40e Li ued. mitts, reg. 40c. Tor Boots, all brloTr, the h5.Rhf-Kt in wtst excepting Tor Port Ar'hnr, wbcre mercury six brlow Mariy other lowr.s suffered from sr- vorc cold, vrhrrc temperatures Ihirfy and forty iirlnu-. ftr.p loday and tomorrow, with cold Httlr more modcral-r is today. Record at Brandon Brandon, -Inn. fhe Farm thermometer 39 below, other -thermometers here register forty-five below zero this morning at 3 o'clock. This is the re- cord of The Winter, Fortr-four the lowest registered up till this TnoruJng. it might be deemed advisable to ap- peal again his, the -Judge's, findings. The slay granted exactly as to the search oC the election records. A. E. Johnston and R. P. McWfiliam are acrJng for 3fr. WALKER HOUSE ft X IN MEXICO; Comstock, Texas, .Tan rrseo. -were killed :n a battle between) federal soldiers and insurrectionists! In on tbc banks of the Rio. 'Tht House of Plenty TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Our Spcdalties: Courteous Treatment, Comfort, Superior Qnsir.c, Prcsript Sen-ice. aed cnropcaa Plant, AmericaaPTan Si.vOa o. MICK cf V MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat ay wheat 93 T-S, closed 99 3-4; July open ed.101 101 1-S: Cash wheat 1 Xor. .35 1-2; 2 Nor. 9i 1-4: 55 Xor. 31 4, S5: Xo. o, 7S 1-2: Xo; G 75: Feed 62: Xo. C. W. 33 1-2; er Deceived r a letter today UNCLE JOE CANNON FALLS HEIR TO A FORTUNE OF aarlev Xp. 3, DO: 4, 40: Rejected, i irom Kinc, King Co., bankers, 3S; Feed'35: Tiax Xo, 1 N..W. 2.35. C P R Is Firm of people who Hospital Fined ty Jan. London eotjn- council campaign aftinit unilcen- Montreal, Paci-; fie firm at 2.0S 1-1'. an information, for. the arrest of His wife, who yesterday kidnapped their child, Willie, who, according to information supplied Chief Gillespie, had beea awarded to her by thei courts of Spokane, when she secured a divorce from her husband, but who had been brought here by the father, as reported in yesterday's Herald. David Beefcley's brother, Joseph, who resides in Lethbridge. accompan- him to the police stntion, and was very indignant because his name was used instead of his brother's in die stories that appeared in the local news papers yesterday and today. 'J he chief explained that be had very little to do with the case, beyond iden- tifying the boy from a description giv- Liverool, -Jan. Rogers Co. report, today that only i Washington. D. C., Jan. some .one rani one; the various for whom he has done Favors d his many years of public life might, have been Habfc to reciprocate [sed of urmorUl bemrlnfi. Which him heir to an imnu'Dae {has led to many remarkable protecu- during the jmii few cheJ UP climax when hoipltal summoned at tbe Tower Bridge jpoHce court. It rrmrelr the of j Hombav, India, notifving him that a an their5 harins number of cattle were for sale la rhc Oirk-nhead market, and prices show- warned by her physicians that she I j had less than six months to livc. had j with them iicr will, lor exe- pon her ricsth, in which Il-Ios- RATES REDUCED The "'u'l-K Co i'- ine xnur or Ottawa. Jan. im'.ESton has given G. Cannon, oi Danville, was rales Qn lhe White PaS5 aml he honpiul for nearly 200 no prices will be very difficult 10 main- tjiin throughout the'week. Ncwbro's Hcrpicidc Saves Worry, Saves Money, Hair If yon w.i at to free your head dandruff and stop falling hair. you 1 must sooner or later resort to New-i Herpicide. ;of the money jn advance- Indeed; he {.seems to view the proposition with 'some skepticism, although there seems lo he no particular rraison why any- jnne in Hnmbay should rnricavw to Saves i a ior.s distance joke upon I the sage or Dar.villr. of 1 Return for an Old Favor ou i The according to the lettrr the Board by the Dawsoa City of Trade. 1 I Bv en him by Mrs. Beekley, and when the latter was-, speaking 16 him. she. re- If a little advertising pays. ADE- QUATE ADVERTISING will pay BIG! Robert Trapping of Greenwood. B.C. gone ro England and promlf fo carloads of domestic ser- vants out. to British Columbia. and asked that a correction be Richmond, Va.. who writes: jo' notification, doesn't drop on using Flerpicide first, you savej.j0fc out of ihr clear skv without ?li worry, which is desirable, you rjj. ,inc ferred only to'.Joseph Beekley a'nd which .a cousiflewnion. L and YOU vour hair is the >rriis v.aiinoii, men 3 from the way she referred to him, con of all. i harri mcmhpr of tll, raak chufcd he was her husband. Mr. nor profit by the experience of of the hnusr of representatives ley also called at the Herald office Mrs. S. A. or nn. 4th St.. r 'did or, as the letter rxpress- ites. j '-n 11 "Four years' m India u- a srrat (feed of kindness.' for j ed my hair until i; was but two inches j a nian, thrn poor and struggling, ions and very thin. "veryMiins i from whom he could have expected no in Europe and America without 1 fit Until I was induced to j ride. My hair is now long, soft and i man went to India, worked siiky and natural color, while before i hard, made fortunate investments, and i ft was owite gray.. My friends never j accumulated a crcat estate. Upon! tire of admiring mohair. A -Mrs. Tree's sWy is typical history I hc M ms cnluc csutt tn i of hair troubles. After everything else Co.'s client for lii> j been! failR flerpicide bring? relief, i with the stipulation that upon Vr j dea'li it was to revert to Mr. HARVESTING ICE FOR NEXT SUMMER Stops tiie Ooiigli ariii Byilds up the System The recent cold weather has lrtcal for the icemen's harvest. be Jllst aK 5r had a ganj of twenty- niff ;five men and fourteen team.- at work ting up Ice for various firms In the sriry ever since Christmas j K. jtons; for P. Burns one hundred tons: for Gait Present Possessor Makes The present of ih- ''oi- I, fferpicide kills the dand- i and prevents falling hair, ft' stop5 the ifchinp of the almost I instantly. No matter what the cbims i ,1ine thr ,pMer rxplajRSi M.nrrn! Kor the A of others. Herpicide is the only jten-1. t v oricinal re-m an mcur.ihlc disease for vears I. Lo he has put up two ordinal ofmcmm _ er. ;and was recently told by her physi- One dollar size bottles guaranteed. :cian.s- that her case .was hopeless and i Sold by all Applications shr (.miid nol Jivc TOROKft) CANADA j one hundred tons.-anrtfor the i Transfer Co. he is puttig up thirty-1 "'sTnT i'ocL7o'r 7a'mple bottle to The nionfhs the outsidr. Consequrnf.J five hundred tons. The ice is! being taken from the river about three quar- ters of a mile above the ctty plant, and is the that Deen taken out In years. Herpicide Co.. Detroit, she immediatelv'i J. D. Higinbotham Jt Co.. Ltd.. Specie! Iir.arfr hrr will and it with j Agents- JKing. Kin? rp. in Homhay, wher.-j H. through some special gift, of busi- shc is at prwmf When you are all "run down" you catch cold easily, and your cough "haugs Byj [ness eUIrvoyancy, you could estimate ithe number of people who during last SHOULD HAVE PATRONIZED Steps will be taken immediately to j wheihrr or the rommun- j tcation is genuine and iV.e facts con- j Your store Is "made" by your STORE, but. who were the fortune as stated. In thr; yonr advertising inUd by the other store's advertising .Sprayer Camion is t-udge- made by yourself ;o there instead, you'd haTe InsoraniR, ijng his, brains trying to think oi MATHIEU'S SYRUP Tar art Ced Liver (HI j-ou not only cure