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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBOE DAH.T HERALB Friilay. MafcU 24, lOJl, COLUMBIA BATTERIES Siiarli Coils Tfarnition Supplies. W. L. McKenzie & Co. ELECTRICIANS r TOeSrd Ave. Phone 037 HALDANE A VISCOUNT Lomiou. .Mai\-h Hon. H B HaldanG, spcrotarj- of war. has been ort.ited a VlBcmim. This olovatlou wlJl strcngihen tbo hiboral part) in Iho lUniso of Lords.  SPITE POSTERS" ARE USED BY WHITELAW REID'S NEIGHBOR DID A MARATHON NEW TWO STOREY BUILDING TO BE ERECTED ON CRABB STREET i \Ki r |! lii'UMuui is hiiviuK pliuis � (Hi p.ire.I In i' K rard-r. archi-i 'I'll 1,11 a '\i:r twii sUin-N biuii (I'l't iinMiinf .iMJ ,1 ilcpih i'f niiu'U frr; ihc �iici|i' m.iumi Miior will lir mir -.lore, will: i1mrk. Maroli 2:'.. Si\ sIiom-khu^i Tho large philr alas-; bills in iftl type havf> bppit a'fiM'd -n jjoins- \\;]'. lUnvn to tho fluor nf tiio "trHdesnian s pniranci-' lo Op'i ,,,,,. j-h). oriliiic m ihr ^TMON resid.Mir^ i,i |-:fi:..rli ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,, , |.,|,iccii iriM i ��T'' has no r;,ni,>riK.n ,,,,, hiiscmont. which will bo | Mrge Placards ATinoiince to :That Passageway Is Not Entrance to Houte Public The Public are Twisted as to Whether the Stand* ard Furniture Co. is a Retail or a House. Judging by the Stbck and the Prices the Latter Guess is a ?^od One fret with thp Reid ehtnin>-i' Nvhuli i.-^ uvw , , . Saye'd Life ot Man Who Took Po'Mpm^^^^ .p^^, p^,^ ^-ntran... has n.-,..,-and Then Wanted to Live ^ nnniber. to s:^'i;'. for life ro-:|^ ^^^^ ^^j^,. ji,^. 1,,^^,, ,-eM,i,.nr.. ' block in .Mn.diPon avfniii-.  onlaiiiini; ' lie whole bnildins; will br nine li will be bnill oi hiu-k and nioomington, Ind., March ixteen-hotir "uiarathon lilted iu a victory for Tliomas Easton of this city, a would-be suicide, thP homes of Whitelaw Reid. .Mr Uii thanka to Indiana rnlversily students K.hvar.l I) .\dains. and who aided hini In the wild cha^fi to ,p,^, h^ahnestock keep tli^ JUan from going r.o sleop af- .pj,p,.^ ^^^^ been a diff.-r�me f-r .-^pn ter he had taken poison. ^^al -.ears between Mr. Keid. u-ho liv,- FOUR FIREMEN BURNED IN RUINS Kasfoii thought belter of life as at 51 Madison avenue. a.nil ^Ir. Holmes oon as he had taken the drug, and j,,,^,. pi.,i,,>j vr Holmes, across !lie rear of Mr consulted a phjsiciaii, who called the students. propertv, 'he onh wav to reach the He was stripped to the waisi. his of'.he Holmes ho,,;,., Mllo!,m.. legs laid bare and he was walked up ^^.^^ this-right oi wav several and down tJie doctor* office supported 1,^ ,1,^ ^^,,,^3 between two studenta. a third fol-1________ Jovins and atrikiiw kira ou tiie back: fthd tl� tew n-ith � wet, rough towel.. . OVER FOR A WEEK ��\Vh�ii the fleah bacaim raw. salt was' Wlnulpeg. .March -The prelim applied. EJasfOU waa then dragged inary trial of (lastou ."ilonvosin. for through tie streets to a skating rink, .killing .Nicholas (iiovanni in the Roe-- where 500 persons watched the heroic, Hn Hotel on Saturda.v. was set o\er! riaiir lowers .aot $l.Oili) from l^iirk's Juelbods need to save his life. jfor n week. Kalis tanner.\ on Saturday. Milwaakee. March l.'4.--Kour fin lieid ;�, ijoiircis are dead, two others are dy ins nud several othf-rs are sulTerini.' troin nioiv or less serious injuries a: tile res,ill cf the caving iu of the root lit ihe iHiiliiins of tlie .Middleton Mfii I o., wholesale hatters. Fifteen oi 'weiiiv firemen were on the roof of ilie four scorey strucfure when, with wurniiis:. the roof collapsed. A Special Invitation Men who have never yet been able to find Ready-to-Wear Clothing that pleases them in fabric, workmanship or fit, are specially invited to inspect pur Spring Suit spread. The mills have excelled themselves this season by turning out fabrics more beautiful than ever before. Expert tailors the best that money can employ, have made up our Suits in new and handsome models, and they're Artistic^ Correct and Pleasing I'HOdKKSS HKAXI) SEW SlMil.X ,^rJTS m .filiV.O $i:j..-.0 $IS F['r-f{KF(>K.M Xi:\V .SPiilXd SriTS-Ilniiil i;iil,.r..(l. The pri you pain, imr arc ymi a-liaiiH'd 1 and otlicr iiiako>c ro $1.25 per yard .Instead oi' (iOc to '^1.75 yd. Here you will find two floors and basement full of Fur^iiture Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums at most astounding low prices STANDARD FURNITURE CO. SALE We cut prices nearly in two. Come and look if our prices are nut the lowest, don't buy Dres.scrs & Cliin'oiiiers Prom l".f)0 to $3fi.00, which Is one third below any other spfeclal prices on sniue make of gootls. IJnt rXs .& Cliiiia ( iosets A beautiful Buffet or fhlna Closet for $13..")ti to S'lO.lHi-. Why pay $20.0()' Ip $HO.Oii tor Uie same thing elsewliere. Diiiini; Tal)lc's A good one for $9.,'i0 or an extra flue one for $22.50. l>itiin^- (iiair.s In hundreds of different styles at wholesale lirices which we quote now to everybody for cash. Brass lit'ds In many styles and prices. Our $ IS..=5(1 bed vou will find as good as many Blores asls $2,'i.nn for. Iron Bes. ROUND STREET OPPOSITE EUREKA *4. Indians had glorious jags j Xorhlug strenuous happened in tin , police circles la.-t night. A coujile o| I Uiamnnd City residents, .lack Cowan !and 11. ('iimmings, blow'in ye.sterda; iand proceeded lo wash down the dual �of travel with sofnething wlili � I stronger sting rhaii our own ''aiiua aiura." A scrap endued and they speni � the night in the cUy lodging house and paid for their uccuinmodalion ililt niorniiig with SS and costs each, ' Yesterday afieruoon when Ihe loca w;is abotn lo pull uin for the east f)e itecuve Kgan suoiied a couple of oui inuuve red men ou the train wlir i seemingly had r!,u amuck of some 'bo'ly'.u cache of '.oo/.e. At any rate, I one of them was very, very drunk anci ^tiie oilier was on his way. The Ue jteciive took them in charge after �sli^iht fraru.'j end lod^ied them in th( cells out of lemptuiion's way. Tin yoiinger iiuin had all the (lollsh of ai educated liar and, before the chipf � tried to ger liis hinlher Indian to pui I up a iob on thi-' iiollce, lie said w in Indian ..^(yle. luit imagine his sui' j prise wiieii by fiind himself beaten at his oun game for the chief told him in Knglish he understood "very word he was saying, and then -ui'-'r to the old tr,aii, and speaking in the KlacUfooi longne. told him noi ic answer or it would lie ihe worse loi them, Il was a nk-e bit of i,y-' O" and look the wind o\il of their ,-,-o> \\ iien tlie (ase came ii" in ;-o'i' ibis morniii:-'. Tail nn f-^n-, the i.' Iran, told a Htrai,>j''.' icory and inforir eil ilip chief lhai i. wliiie man at Xirr-, liod had given llK'ni ihc liing t.'ictie? anc' fiV.ore ihnt thev b.lil bud "Ot!''t ? � i' drinl: b'li "swe.-r spi''"." The co'i'-t ' coiildn t �,sav,">y bow tlve;- eo' 'd isiu'h 1! -ret oil --.vopl plllt'f f"V' ithp;. will b.> iiinie'! o er in the Mo"-  ; p(l Pri|i-p. who will prosecute iindei .the Indian net. IIVEN CITY C There will be a regular n(ipfl.ini^ (if the Board of Trade tonit^ht iu ."st, .\ngii-sUn's Hall. All membcr.s arc ur.^cnlly re(|uested lo attend, as im-porl.iiit biisinps.=; is coming up. Th" Herald this inoriung in\esli.i;at ed a nim.ir thai the l^elhhridf!;p iron Works were ready and waiting to cmi sider Ml olfiT trotu the (.'ity oi Lelli-brid,j;c to supply them with hydrants, storiii-sewer covers and tilber iron work for local improvements and lo do ,'.0 viould meet, outside prices, .Spea!ad,s of iron mantifactured lo then order, and liaci irtil eastern pi ices, 111 y'algari the t'alf^arv Iron Works ; supply thai cily with all iron ina-; terial iiece,-,sarv in their local itn- provcmenls and'.Mr, .silver said lliere : wa.si iiu rc.isuii why the ,-;aiiie should I not he (lone here. .\si.ed a.s to how it would .allccl ills presetil plaiif if he were assure.d . o! j the work', .Mr'' Sil-'er stated ^ that," liie.v would feel jiislideil in 'iiracticiil-' ly douhiin.ii; (heir present capacity. : M.Klra luiildings and machinery to ithe evlfhl of MO.OIKi or $,"in,000 ! would he reciuired,' brinRinp; the value of the plant up over the $100,000 mark. They would then employ about : 7'i men or rinuiile a.s icany as now , I They could Hien handle kinder coc-! tracts than now and that would bring more outside business to them. Krom the oiii.side il looks as though, 'if Ihe cily IS Iryinu; to^build up local ijltii^sy it's, t^ji iii.n jthis If.'Cdl firm their enlilrai'ls ul'i' iro'irwork would bo tuic vHtep ui the righj tlirQotion, FOUND SNAKE IN PACKED APPLE A Novelty Is Discovered in a Barrel at Colbo�ne Coboiirg, Ont., March a'J.-An apple with a garter snake imhodded In it is a curloBity pe,;!;rlod from Col borne; where il w�b found In a ban-el of Hen Uavies which was Lneing re packed at a Colborne fruithoise. -irhe Shake was dvftr half an iuch in diameter, and about �lghteBn Inches ill length. The suiiposiiion t� thai it made its way into the barr^'l 'vlillp I! was In the orchard', and aoc finding a way of egress decided to snelt wimcr tiuar-ters by imbedding ivself In tha finest specimen of Hen Davies It could select. !t is slated that the apple which was a big one, was perfectly sound around the opening in which the serpent was imbedded. It is one of the most novel occurrences that fepido men have yet met with. "Invictus Shoe 9} you knouj what meaning there is in shoe friendship Prices : : : $4,50 to $6.00 "BACK NUMBER" DIVINES .Rural Preachers Scored by University Dean McKekie & McGuire -The Leading Clothiers- np,-afour, 111,, .March 2:?- 'Tlie most eonrii'.ciioas bacK nuinhers In ih' I countr.- now are rural prpii,cbers." de-clnr.Ti l)e;-.i; .'. 11 Pkinii'-'r, of rriidii'-' ^'n'^ers:Iy, before the Intprchurch , Con=ervai lor. Coiigreps here today. i "While farnip-s and th.i resi of the; world have impmvci, pre.'icliln.'? hna i remained the same,"