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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta V t We have ac good assortment of Coal Oil Stoves and Gasoline btoves at Red .Hot Prices for a few days BRIGHT, BREEZY BARGAINS FOR BFflGHT BUYERS TEA AjVD COFFEE POTS 3 Pint N. P.. 70e 4 Pint N. P. 5 Pint P. 90e 1 Quart Enamd .35c 1 1-2 Quart Enamel 2 Quart Enamel .45c 3 Quart Enamel .55c 4 Quaint Enamel 60c MILK BICE BOILERS 1 Qt; Enamel f 65c 2 Qt. Enamel 85c 3 Qt. Enamel WBENTGERS Canadian PEES. KETTLES 21-2 Qt -Enamel 25c 3 Qt. Enamel 4 Qt. Enamel....... Qt. Enamel...... 40c 6 Qt. Enamel....... 71-2 Qt. Enamel ...55c 10 Qt. Enamel___... 60c .70c 14 Qt. 85c 16 Qt. Enamel 30 Qt. Enamel.... BLACKSMITH FOKG- ES AND Prices to DISH PANS Oval Enamel 10 Qt. Enamel...___60c 14 Qt. Enamel r. 7Qc 17 Qt. .85c 21 .95C 30 Qt. Enamel. 10Qt.Tin ......30c 14 Qt. Tin ....35c 17Qt.Tin 21Qt.Tin BOILERS We have a large assort- ment to choose Prices to STORES AND RANGES We are the exclusive agents for the McClarj Line of Ranges and can supply you with a Range that has no superior and ait a price that will be sure o please you. "If You Live Out Qj Town, Write Us AMERICAN RAILROAD BRIDGE MEN ASK ADVANCES discount sal morrow Night Boy Does Daring Feat for -Vot New York, July sharp-featur- ed, under-sized youth in ragged swim- ming trunks, with a skimpy coat and an old pair of trousers, dived success- fully to-day from the centre span of Brooklyn, bridge to the East river 13o feet below, for ?250 in cash two new suits of clothes, and whatever fame the -world may hold in store for a bridge jumper. The late Steve Brodie acquired fame as a bridge jumper, and long ran a Bowery saloon on the strength of it, but -many say it was never prov- ed that Steve really jumped. Sev- eral would-be suicides have been tak- en out of the river unhurt after jump- ing 'but Otto Eppers is the first to jump -with unquestioned -witnesses. The boy's first -words -when he was drawn out of the river by -the crew of-a passing tug, were: "Gee! but I hit hard." 'MakiriV His -First Thought. His next .were: "Say, who's got the" Eppers is 17 years old, the son of a. lithographer. He weighs about 110 fronds, and has been unofficial swimming champion of the East riv- er since he into the ibig fcovs' class. Recently he heard a Brooklyn merchant was willing to pay out of his advertising appropria- tion to the first man who -would jump from any one of the bridges over the East river. Eppers -had jumped from a bridge before, and the addition of a I few more feet never caused him so much as a thought 1 "Sure, m do he said, and he j did. __ i He meant to from the new -Manhattan bridge, because he thought it was higher. The height is in real- ity the same for all the East river bridges, but the police were too -watch ful. He meant to shed his coat and trousers, but he didn't have time. He meant to take off his heavy boots, but the river did that for him. Resembles Pin Wheel in Fall. He meant to dive in one. long sweeping arc, "but he told, afterwards, "I started to twist and I couldn't stop." Passengers on the ferryboats wiio saw him said he turned like a pin wheel. "I wasn't scared a bit until I jump- id." he continued, "but -I don't re- member anything auer'r hit until I came up again." He was found float- ng on his back, half stunned and pad- dling "I could have swum to he boasted, and in the next breath ad- I mitted "but T wasn't feelis A rubdotrn and two hours of rest in. a hospital found Eppers fit to pear.in'-.police court, where .he was discharged for lack of evidence that he bad attempted to commit suicide He hopes now to become a star in some dime museum. In his coat pocket, when he was .fished out, was A .rough'advance sketch of his plunge- signed "That Bridgejumper, O. Ep' pers." SAFETY' IN WINC. Doctor Says Beer and Spirits Favor "Consumption. Paris, July James Bertillon e well known chief of the finger- print department of the French police las.published, an article on the flues- Ion. of the connection between alco- hol and .tuberculosis. Dr. Bertillon 'says that of the causes which in, France favor the develop- ment of tuberculosis the most import- ant is the alcohol in beer and spirits. declares, however, that the best enemy of tuberculosis is wine. In the twenty-eight Departments which form the northern part of France, where cider, beer, spirits-espocially much drunk, the deaths caused by consumption were 230 per while the proportion was 140 per 100.000 in the other Departments of France where wine_ is the favorite drink. After the age of 30, con- sumption is twice or three -times j more frequent amongst men than j women, undoubtedly because the j drinking of alcohol is more common j with the former than with the lat- i ter. To combat consumption, Dr. Ber- tillon says "v.Te must combat alcohol- ism.'-" and the surest method of do- ing this is to encourage the drink- i ing of wine, and discourage the drink- ing of cider, beer, brandy, and other spirits. July, .members of the .Brotherhood Loco- motive Engineers on the roads west of "T" vneans, Presents-new companies before August 1. They will ask for 20 40 per cent increase in wages. The Brotherhood of Railroad- and the Order of Railroad are- siJso to ask for an advance in wages on the Western Roads, the demand to be >resented about December 20. They will ask for at least 20 per cent ad- MONTREAL Montreal, July; 650 butch- ers' cattle, '115- cows- 600 calves-SOoIsheep lamfcs offered: ;for 'sale -at, the East End.' Abattoir this afternoon. Trade was slow and prices--of .good -dpwnward -tendency. 'A '.few'-of--the' best cattle sold at about. 6 but they were not extra. Range, cattle soldvat.from 5 3-4, to 6 14c, the com- mon stock 3 1-2 to 5 1-4. Milch cows were slow of sale at declining-' rates although many of them are very fine cows., -Prices ranged from ?30 to ?65. Calves sold at from to or 3 1-2 cents to 5 ,1-2 cents per lb Sheep sold at about 4, lambs at about S. Good lots of sold at about 91-2. In Cash Prize TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Floar of the RUSON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. Entry No. The following are the prizes SUGGESTS POSTOFFICE v BOYS AS IMMIGRANTS London, July A. Spicer sug- gests 'that suitable immigrants would be postoffice boys, of whom have been discharged in ihe past-two years being pver fage. They are of good character, experienced in dis- cipline and training in public ser- vice. The suggestion is deemed worthy of consideration here. It is thought- that the postoffice depart- ment by consulting the Dominion Government, -might find openings for many boys overseas. Two interesting enlarged photos measuring 18 by 22 inches, have been made by the British and Colonial Photographic Co. The first shows Round street taken twenty years ago and the other at the present time from exactly the same place. The photos are being framed by Sage and will be exhibited in the windows of Red Cross Drug and Book Co. i 397 398 399 Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 5 2 2 1 This Is The Brand! Now iY the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by anyrflour mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List ;