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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Wednesday, March A CHANCE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN 'The boy or girl fifteen years of age or attending school who writes the best advertisement tor our business to fill this space, will receive For the second and third best advertisement Send all advertisements to he Manager, Advertising Department Herald, who will act as judge. All advertisements must be at the Herald office before 5 o'clock March THE PIONEER LUMBER CO., LTD. X I I 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I I I A GROWING BUSINESS Is created by adding more new customers. To get more customers we must constantly give satisfaction to our many patrons. We are constantly adding TO our mauy patrons owing to the complete satisfaction we are giving our customers. I The Quality of Our Goods is Unsurpassed A Today and tomorrow we are having a demonstration of Puritan and Mapeline. Drop in any time and have a hoi Pancake free of clrarge. Fan Cake Flour The following description of the your business: joods with prices quoted will convince you that we want GROCERIES Tomatoes, Aylmer Brand, price 2 tins for....25c Corn, Aylmer or Red Feather Brand, 2 tins...25c Peas, Red Feather, early June Brand, 2 tins 25c Beans, Red Feather Refugee, 2 tins for......25c Peaches, Pears, Raspberries and Green Gage Plums, Horse Shoe Brand per tin.......20c Strawberries, Red Feather, per .20c Lombard .Plums, per tin....................15c WAGSTAFFE'S JAMS AH Flavors in 5 Ib. tins, price...............80c All Flavors In IB oz. glass, price.............25c Marmalade in 5 Ib. tins, price...............80c Red Currant Jelly in 16 oz. glass...........35c Red Currant Jelly in 12 oz. glass............25c Premier Canned Fruits and Vegetables, the finest on the market. Strawberries, "Peaches, Pears and Plums, price per tin.............................___25c Raspberries and Cherries per'tin............30c Tomatoes and Corn per 2 Ib. tin___........15c Ceylon Tea as good as any 40c tea on the market, price 3 Ibs. for Java and Mocha Coffee, as good as any 40c Coffee on the market, price 3 Ibs EVAPORATED FRUITS Prunes, good quality. 3 Ibs. for..............25c Our Best Quality, Ji 'Ibs. Evaporated Apples, extra bright in color, 2 Ibs. for Valencia Raisins, price per Ib......._______lOc Seeded Raisins, 12 oz. packages 3 for.........25c Cooking quality, 3 Ibs. for.......25c Table Figs, fine stock, per Ib................t5c PJROA'LSIONS AND DELICA- TESSEN" r'earman'3 Hams, extra mild cure, price per Ib. ......................................22c Sliced and Boned per Ib.....................25c Fearman's Star Bacon, extra mi5d cure, price per Ib...................................25c Sliced per Ib...............................28c Fearman's Pekmeal Bacon, extra mild cnre, price per Ib.................................27c Sliced per Ib................................30c Headcheese just received, per Ib.............20c Liver Sausage, just received, per Ham Bologna, just received per Ib............15c Frankfurts. jus: received, per Summer Sausags, very fine, per Ib............35c Boiied Ham. extra fine, per Ib...............40c New Laid Eggs arriving daily, per doz......45c Good Case Eggs per doz.....................35c Creamery Butrer, good quality, per Ib........35c Cloverhill Creamery Butter, per Ib...........40c Dairy Butler, per V FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Sunkist Oranges, the pet brand, just a little better than anything we have ever had, price per dozen 30c and up to....................50c Sunkist Lemons, price per doz. 30c and......35c B. C. Spie Apples, all >No. 1 stock and extra fine color, price per Potatoes, B. C.'s, the dry and mealy kind, price per Turnips, 10 Ibs. for.........................25c Carrots, S Ibs. for___.......................25c Cabbage, per Ib......................... 4C .1 i MILLIONAIRE FOUGHT WITH BANK PRES. John P. Cudahy Cut Up Jere Lillis Latter In Hosiptal Kansas City, March LilBs, president of the Western Exchange Bank, who was attacked by John P. Cudahy, the millionaire packer, at: the Cudahy home here last Sunday morning, was not sufficiently recover-! today to be removed from the hos-' pital. The nurses at the however, said this morning that Mr. j Lillis' condition was improved. The cuts on his face and body, she said, were healing nicely. After a consul- tation was held, it was decided not to transfer the patient to his house, before tomorrow. j The definite announcement that Lil-' us would not prefer the charge ag- i ainst' Cudahy renders doubtful the probability that any details of the; irouble will ever be published. Both Cudahy and Lillis still refuse to make a statement in regard to the affair. The county prosecutor has an- nounced that he will maki.' no effort to prosecute Cudahy if no one files a formal charge against him, unless Lillis should'die from Ms injuries. The physicians say the banker will surely recover. John Moss, the chauffeur who was present when the attack on Lillis "was made, has not been found although the .police have made a diligent search for him. Gen- eral John C. Cowin, of Omaha, fath- er of Mrs. Cudahy went .to the Cud- ahy bouse from his hotel early to- day. Do not fail to drop in and have a Hot Pancake while our demonstration Is on today and to- morrow. Full particulars about how to use this Fiour will foe given by the Demonstrator. THE GOOD CO. High-Glass G INTERESTING HISTORICAL Y TRIPS WILL BE TAKEN. Old Pioneer to Make the Path Fifty-Eight Years Ago. of aSS Urocers Prompt Delivery POWDER. j ducts Co., at..Roby, Ind., last night, probably killed two men, Injuring 28 others, two possibly fatally, wrecked a three storey building, and broke windows in South Chicago and in Sam inond, Ind., three and a "hall miles dry starch powder, which occurred in j away. Fire followed the explosion, tne plant of the American Maz Pro- but departments from Hammond and Kills Two Men and Injures Twenty- Eight Others. Chicago, March explosion of WE The Ladies' Store Chicago confined the flames to the wrecked building. Thirteen of the 28 men injured, are in the South Chicago Hospital. Ten were taken to their homes, seven men are missing, five of these have been seen since the explosion, but later dis- appeared. Phone 433 SELL FOR CASH Our Ready-to-wear Department Mecca of Fashion Loving Women of This Vicinity The new models with their pleasing variation of drapes have quick to mset popular favor. Expressions of exultant delight that styles have returned to normal waist lines are freely heard. The new creations are charmingly pretty and becoming. The beautiful lines of the figure are enhanced by the pleasing effect adopted from the Russian peasant mode of dress. Our display emphasizes our lead- ership and our ability to gather an assemblage of garments pre-emin- ently correct in exclusive models yet lower in price than gar- ments of similar quality can be bought elsewhere. Spokane, Wash. March ing oxen, yoked to a battered prairie schooner, with hits tar bucket swing- ing from the rear axle, will carry Bzra Sleeker, a pioneer of the Oregon country, back over the trail, which; he and his family used in making the' trip through the wilderness between-' Kansas City and The Dalles, Ore., 58 i years ago. He will be accompanied; by W. B. Mardon'and Mrs. Mardbn and two helpers, the party following the trail eastward by of Walla Walla, Wash., southwest of Spokane. Though more than SO years of age, Meeker is endowed with the uncon-, querable spirit of the western settler, and is hopeful of carrying out th'ej work of marking the trail from east to west in memory of the brave men and women who blazed the way that ied to the opening of the Pacific em- pire, before his spirit crosses the Great Divide. He retraced the old trail in 1906, erecting granite mem- orials in the larger towns and cities. Roosevelt at also visiting President the White House. The purpose of the -trip, upon which thu Meeker party will start -within three months, is to secure data and other information necessary to map the trail and to arouse interest In a campaign for funds with which to com- plete the work. There is a commit- tee bill before Congress, appropratlng 550.000 to provide granite monuments requires the var- ious historical societies interested to manifest their sincerty by subscrib- ing whatever money may be neces- sr.ry in addition to the appropriation contemplated by the government It is planned to select a representa- tne from each historical society In th-i six states covered by the trail to assist In the overland route and placing the monuments. and markers, but a clause father of the Idea and HUDSON'S BAY CO. ANNOUNCEMENT t Fashions in Ladies' Spring coats do not come out in New York until the first week of January. Our manufacturers was on the spot and hastened back with samples of the styles, and a full range of these will be here very shortly for your inspec- tion. Just a few in for a peep at the new styles. Ladies Spring Suits, tailor made in all newest shades; coats are single 'breasted and lined throughout with silk, beautl- fiilty finished with moire col- lar and cuffs and pocket .flaps; fastened with self colored bone buttons. Skirts are made in plaited style. Prices range to Wash Skirts, made olVbest qual- ity imported Repp, and in lat- est styles; panel front and kilt; plaited flounce, trimmed with large pearl buttons. Pr. Ladies tailored linen skirts Ladies' thirteen gore skirt, made of fine quality Plait on every gore stitched to below the knee, which forms the de- sired flounce effect. Price Large shipment of Ladies' Dress- es in mulls, linens, ginghams, in white, sky, pink, mauvo, ecru and cadet. Prices rano-o from to Also a large assortment of Ladies' gingham House Dresses, in all suitable colors. SHOE DEPARTMENT We are now showing all the nexvest styles in American Foot- wear for ladies. tan kid, two eyelet ribbon Christie, welt, no tip. 11-2 inch Spanish heel. 1-2 to 7. Price kid vamp and heel foxing, mat kid top. Florentine Oxford. Ifo.ur eyelet arid'ribbon. 1 7-8 inch peg heel. Sizes 2 1-2 to 7 Pncc Many other lines ot 'Biirt' Shoes equally neat and dressy. patent, mat kid quarter, 4 eyelet ribbon Florentine Ox- ford, turn, plain toe, 1 7-8 inch peg heel Sizes 2 1-2 to 7 gun metal ankle pump, rib- bon bow. welt, plain toe, 17-8 inch peg heel. Sizes 2 1-2 to 7. patent colt button shoes, welt, mat leg. Sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price !Burt' tan calf button shoe, welt, 2 1-2 to 7. Price DRY GOODS Cotton Bengaline, in all shades, for summer dresses; a fine sil- ky finish. 27 ins. wide. 50c yd. Xew stock of Rajah silks in old rose, grey, helio, biscuit reseda and cream, 44 in. wide yd. Oxford Shirtings and. Galejteas. Prices .......15c. 17c and 20c at Colored ashing ginghams, per yard Plain cotton crepe in mauve, sky, green, cream and black, 27 in. wide. Price 2oc yd. White fancy muslins' and vest.in.gs at .15c aiid 25c yd. this connection he recites a personal experience in a New York laboratory. While making- an analysis, he acci- dentally Inhaled a small quantity of hydro-cyanic a.cid, and dropped to the floor, and, although conscious, was un- able to move cr c.peak for more than two weeks. The coroner, who made the examination, declared the man to be dead, and ordered the body senl to an undertaking establishmhent to prepare it for One of the chemists employed in the laboratory, said it was a case of suspended ani- mation, and after much pleading with the body. Following several experi- ments, Mr. Mack was revived and re- stored fifteen days later. He is in good .health to-day. WRITING BY TELEPHONE. London, March will soon be possible to send written messages by telephone from office to office in the city of London. An exchange just to be established to connect all busi- ness firms who have "telewriters" In their office. At present these ma- chines can only be used for communl- when tne excnange is established written messages will be exchanged at long distance. The great utility ot the telewriter Is in leaving a mes- sage- if the person you wish to speak to is out, or instructing a broker to cuy shares, where accuracy of figures is imperative.. WATCH FOR EVENT the coroner, he was permitted to take cation within the same building, but SUSPENDED ANIMATION We invite you to make a careful inspection of our stocks nad Smts. coats, skirts, one-piece and coat dresses, waists and un- derskirts in broad and satisfying assortments to equal every demand. WILL BE THE WORST. No Worse Calamity Can Come from the Tail of Halley's Comet. Spokane, Wash., March S. Mack, formerly of New York, now living at 447 Twenty-fourth avenue, Spokane, declares that hydrocyanic acid, formed by cyanogen gas, of which astronomers say the tail of Hal- iey's comet is composed, united with the hydrogen of planet's atmos- phere, is not 'deadly unless taken in- ternally. Breathing its fumes, he adds, suspends animation only, and in TO HOUSE-KEEPERS Dustless housecleaning with our vacuum process. All dust and dirt removed from your home without any dis- arrangement of the house and no carpets or rugs to pull up. Ask us about it and hook your order at once so as not to be disappointed. per hur. The Lethbridge House Cleaning and Renovating Co. Phone 1115 v OUR SYSTEM EATS UP THE DIRT ;