Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tin! sday. 1910. THE LETHBMIDGE DAILY HERALD I 00 TUT f A XT THI LESS THAN THE -STUCKEY'S WEDNESDAY, A. M. The Co.'s Retail Store is next to C. W. Gray's Hardware Store, between the International Cafe and Eastern's Harness shop on Round Street Look for the Sign of "fhe Coffin Stock at 57c on The Dollar" MEN'S SUITS and Suits Suits at t........... Youths' MEN'S OF PAIRS Dress Dress Dress .Shoes ______.___ 49 Heavy Shoes Heavy Shoes___...... ;i All PRICE. POCKET 'Hats for loa.- _____ 3Uid Hats for HEART WARMERS McDonald Smoking and Chewing- Tobacco plugs for 50c. 14 f or f........." GREAT UNDERWEAR STOCK Pemnan's, Watson's, Stanfield's Shirts. and Drawers, all PRICES ALL "ROUND. BUY QUICK. '25c Hs. 2oc Sox; 2 lor 50e Sox 1 ._ -35c 350 WON-r GIVE YOU THE TOOTHACHE lOc Hauclkereliiefs for 5c 5c-Handkerchiefs, a 35c 12 for .25c Excelda Handkerchiefs, 3 for ;...25c LISTEN, MEN! Wednesday, November 2, at 9 o'clock (opening time) we will give to the First Man Entering the Suit of Clothes FREE. Be a first comer. Get a Suit Free. EYE-OPENERS .-I i" V" Headier Mixture SbxPfor .25c Llaana Sox, a paii? Sox. 5 pair for Pipes Cigarettes. 3 for .C RE AD ON! We Will Pay Cash for Your Old Shoes, the first Three Days of the sale, on a iiew pair of shoes at Sale Prices. We will allow-yon 50c a pair f or-yoiir old one LOOK, MEN! LOOK To the FIRST TEN men buying Suits on the open- tag day, Wednesday. Nov. 2nd, we will Give Free one HAT. Get Your Suit on the Opening Day. f NO PROFIT ON THESE ply, all styles; a'tiozen Cuffs, a pair Meirs HALF PRICE. J3HEST EXPANDERS Overalls for Overalls for 91M Overalls for 9tc Overalls for ?1.10 55c TJffINK WE ARE CRAXYf Shirts for .65c Shirts for .SOc Shirts for .JJIJLO Shirts for Working Shirts at FACTOR GRAY'S HARDWARE ROUND STREET, LETHBRIDGE Oct. scene' of 'disorder took' plaice in" one 'of '-the in Dagoland situated. in--what is.knowit as Old.Michel. About miri- nighp.on. "Saturday a -party of Italians gathered in one 'of the shacks 'and j Seated words arose out of an argu- J ir.ent-in. reference to the employment i, ADrr of certain individuals.' It is sf'occr th'a't a.' considerable amount of j liquor toad been" consumed .by .some or and this inflated the the spirits of-tlic number, Vin- j cent and Toratti. High words led to i the knife .being, resulting--in.i Acdria Vincent being stabbed in four-j I teen places, including the head, j.arms and chest, one of the thrusts) j even penetrating a lung. He -was rp- I moved to' the! 'hospital, where Dr I Shaw attended tlie-injuries. On learning of tl ____, on thc scene and arrested Tor- the" first train on''Sunday morning. AROUND ALTAR ,K, Evangelistic Services in Chicago in uct. in uwi- -MONTREAL BURNED j whelming abundance of the success of? Stadium a! the simultaneous of large ice and roller skaiin? rink was i SS a (.IIL v.. jaiiJjmilU-W i i 1C by fire this morning, and! ander Sunday meeting at White Citv. 3e u'ere- testify ing Savior ever knelt-iri .vain.'Bow your 'heads'in The audience, some standing, some j j kneeling their.--heads upon-their chairs, listened .as -Chapman implored I a. Blessing on the rescued. j j "jRenierr.bcr 'their siris no he i j concluded. "Now he cried with j t hand uplifted, accepted at the timc' Your Savior waits you. come now. cast, pji your sins .and sorrows and begin life anew. He is crying un- to you, 'Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.' Harvest Begins to Come Before. Chapman could finish his har vest began to come. -From every part s of the auditorium men -were "rising .'_ and coming toward him. The move- ment continued until it seemed as if STARTLING SPEED HEARTBREAKING MADE BY AVIATOR French Aeronaut Pro- vides Sensation of ;tiie Meet Hoarseness- in a subject- tc oroup is a -indication of tlie i m iv j p _ -0 .the heat ia-jMora men pressed forward to confess' r 'ilammabte structure -that some- twelve Jheir laith than could find room t0 upon Lhapman and Alexander Remedy is given ai once or driven poison. by .all druggists. air. en like illness, it is often necessary quickly to raise the temperature of a room. For instance, in those hours between midnight and dawn, when the day temperature has been allowed to drop, if you are called upon to get up, the room is chilly and cold. It takes a long time to start up a firrnace or fire and raise the tempera- ture by ordinary means. You can instantly heat a- room to aay desired temperature with a space before the choir j from all sides. Some of thc aisles and implored-i ATerc worklnc as thev iv of their brothers, while !'stro'ie for self-command. Others wept l......--. crowded in close packed ranks [opfnl-v Tears behind them seeking to the front! I to receive the blessing of the evanse- hc SrasPcd j ijsty. to K .strctcued hands-. Then Alexander began to sing, and the meeting closed with every man of the converts pledged' to church. It was by far thc greatest meeting s down -Dr. thc Bclmont Aviation Field, Li., Oct. Graham-White ijv'a one hundred horse-power Bleriot, a mem- ber of the English speed team, was the first the Gordon Ben- in j nett aeroplane races- for the champion jjen' ship of the world today. He started and immediately shot out faces the long course at a speed es- timated at a mile a Graham- White finished his Jirst lap in 3 min- ut-es 15 seconds. His speed was es- at 58 miles an hour for the course. Re completed five laps 15.55 miles in 15 minutes 48 seconds. Chap- out- i The meeting was For men only. Three thousand filled the seats of the j While City casino. Many more -failed j to gain admittance i side ihe hear the-cospel j preaclvd. ._. i At ,ihe close of his exhortation, j based'on the text from-Hosea, ".For the wind''aml they .-shail-reap i the, Dr. ,Chap'nia'ii. stepped j -pleaded his hearers face.-'to-'face on tnVir own level: -Is, Prt'ache6of "This'is''the law dt: -he sh'id. started at 9 o'clock. Hc the first lap in 2 minutes and -j5 sec- on'd's, more than 70 miles an hour. far of the campaign. It ended with Tllis Pace Tras was ever virtually even- one of the who attained on a circular course took part committed to a new lit> in history of aviation and brought the crowd to its feet in astonish- ment. White, flying at the rate of a minute, seemed to be almost with the. Christ The services -began by all singing! there? 'Tis the .Saviour bids vou come." standing still compared Frenchman. but Go.d has granted 'remission." Cranftrooiv, Oct hs3.fi a run on Sunday fire bri- five p. i-v-k, Mkj i A QMUf- i mi o UliUcl v iir IlVc Tj am a preacher of grace. Though !m. for a chimney fire in "a shack on ins be as scarlet, thoueh thev v. Absolutely smokeless and odorless It quickly gives heat, and with.-one filling of..the steadjly hours, without or smell..'Has a.sifo- atailc-Socksng' SlaiHse spreader whiph" prevents from being turned high enough, to smoke, and Is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be cleaned in an instant. It has a coo! handle and a damper top. An indicator always shows the "amount of oil in the It has a filler-cap wh'ch does not need to be screwed down it is put in like a cork in a bottle and is attached to the font by a chain. The burner body or gallery cannot become wedded, because of- a new device in construction, and consequently it can always "be easilv unscrewed in an instant for thy sins he as scarlet, "though th j be red liko crimson, though they '-'be j like thc sands of 1hc sea for number, I yet, mayes k thou be saved. i "On The authority oi word j T declare today that if you will con- ifess .fosus Christ he will blot your sins j out and remember them no more. you forever." The. silence in 1ln- jjreat audience avenue C7one r s. Harris, of Nelson, ri spam. Le Blanc completed the second lap at a rate estimated at 77 miles per hour. Hfl was flying very low and cutting the corners sharply. He came j down with _a rush just outside his I course. While nvainiaing a speed of more than sixtv miles per hour at an was altitude of 75 feet he discovered thac his gasoline was exhausted. When he :im-; came down he dashed with such force APPEAL FROM A MOTHER (Calgary, News.) says she .is buf she gave no address; ,an-d I never-heard tell of the man she is supposed to be married to. She is only out, and if she is. not in, any of the hotels or rooming houses, please make a search of the sporting houses, .for e man wiio is capable of -coaxing -a fourteen year old girl .away" crippled, .helpless mother of doing anything. Please. for 1 am left helpless and' a cripple, as', she deserted me. when .my -other were away in Lethbridge." is an extract from a letter re- the officer in charge of the Arnry jbere. It. is from .Mrs. Cline, B.. C., ajid is heart-breaking in its simple pathos. -I aia left utterly helpless unabie to dp a single thing for myself and all alone the is anoth- er line from, the letter, which is a re- quest from the mother, to the Salva-, tion Army, asking them to find her! Cilllli. briefly, the storv ITEMS Ryan from Vancouver on Thurs- day. .B. Van, Decasy formerly proprie- tor of the Royal Hotel but'now br Van- couver, was in the city Thtn-sday-on" business. Alex Sinclair of Edinburgh; Scot- land, "is visiting friends in, the city; The Fort Steele social club '.gave' a dance Friday evening to raise funds for the -Jubilee hospital.. from this city drove over and state toe -affair 'was a grand success socially arid financially. F. Wl'- Reeves, formerly manager :'6f tne Cosmopolitan. hotel, has-goneVin business for'-himself- at- Athelum. F EMPRESS -Los -Angeles, Nov. Deruido, the a member of the. -attempted Eugenie "by hurling Va-Vbomb under, her carriage, in this-city. that on Sep- ThisHome'Made Cough Syrup wilt Surprise You T A tops Even Whooping Cough Quickly. A Family Supply at Small Cost. e day with friends in 'this city on her against, a telegraph pole that it was? way liome from St. Louis, where she snapped in two. The machine was had been attending the funeral of her but Lc Blanco sister. i succeeired in throwing himself clear of T Haisall nip- ir'H -i before it. struck the pole. He i-s- w mis'ht caped with a bad cut over one eve The. sflencc in Hie ereat audience._ lialsa11 mer- what mig-ht, capwi 'with'a bad cut'over one eve j was absulutf as the evangelist gave Prcved a serious accident on Sar-: The average speed Lo Biance for I the promise of thc word. When h? A horse attached to McCal-i the time hr was in the air was 6H.fi stopped nif-n broke into audible .sobs Hun's delivery rig ran away and while mites per hour. as he waited in thr- stillness fnr -thp irvSno- in u 'ha. __ Walter Rrookins in n Wrio-nf promise nif-n broke into audible .sobs 'as he waited in thc stillness for effect of his plea. "C I her. Men Break From Seats A man broke from his soai, with un- .steady steps made, hi.s way TO j front and threw himself on his i with iacp in hi.s himds. young and old; onr delivery rig ran away and while thejtryjag m stop it he was thrown un jfier Hie rig and ran over. Mr. Malsall has several bad bruises around the j heacJ, a sprained ankle and a sore wrist. The AJJan Players open a three- per hour. Walter Brookjns in a Wright racer fell a distance of Feet shortly af- ter. The machine was wrecked. engagement in 'the opera house ciices tonlgnr. There be a masiiucrade SERVANT GIRL ON CORONER'S WARRANT .MontrefiJ. No1, the sei'vani janfi very pretty, left her home, and all that has been heard of her since wag contained in a letter from CaJ- gary saying that she had married a man named Harry Hermclr, but giv- ing no address or any further partic- ulars. The girl is described as being only feet 4 inches in height, weighing 112 pounds, and having a quantity of light brown hair. has very pretty large, dark eyes, with long black lashes and very black eyebrows, and I warit her back so much." writes the morner. "When she let'! home wasj Die only 3'irl ar, home, the two elder sisters be- i g in Lethbridge. j Tho only description t.Ue .mother is! to sive of her clothing is that t ITere is a home-made remedy that takes hold of a cough instantly, and will usually cure the most stubborn case in 24 hours. This recipe makes sixteen family supply.. You couldn't buy as nrdch or as good' ready-made cough synip for S2.ofiZ" Mlz two cnps of. granulated .sugar one cup of warm water, and.stir 2 minutes. Pnt 2% pimces of Pines: (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bottle, and add the Sugar Syrup. This keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste-- children like it. Braces up the 'appe- oiiu 11 tan aiways oe easily unscrewed in louowca. vountc and old- onr -T- r.stsnt for rewicking. Vith liini 1 is 1 o n''l jtlle house on the 4ih of NO-j arrestea tociay on a The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan or nickel. It is strong, durable and both knell f.--" .'rant on suppositi wftll made, hnilt mt- -n. _______.-.- n Raymond, she wore- a navy blue hut with a fel-t at Bellcvuc Hotel. sue! well made, built For service, yet light Dfders !f r.ci c: yws. an'is fzr dcscriptivt circular to me ntarsst cgtr.ty of the his whitr- beard half hidden bv'lh; ember. The evangelistic iH t t ijtiii J11 HlH.li, I. J j t-t tj. t jii l, lie iuv held before, his cliurch closed on Fri- Beanie draggiiip; by the I day night. Revs. Knowles and Thorn- clioir .carnej'ton proceeded from here to. XeJson. Ladies' Aid of the Merhodist cliurch held a cooking sale on Satur- day. We are Informed the financial coroner's war- tion tlist she campaign In something of the movements 'of Cecil E. Michaud, on ihe night tho down the steps caught Alexander hv the .sleeve, crying, no uso. It's no "fi, U of uso cried Chap- before liis returDs were vrcry disappeared. cur" bow in front. She also had on a dark coat v.-n.h. a fur collar, but only took one-, little house dress away and if is T.nougm that she nas purchased other clothing since then. Cline says that, since the girl disappeared she wrote twice t.o the chief of poiice in Calgary, and sent money for return letters, but so far nas not even received an acknowledge- in cm of the letters she wroio. kelps end a cough. You probably know7 the medical value of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis, and other throat troubles, sore lungs, etc. There is nothing bet- ter. Pinex is the most valuable con- centrated compound of-Norway white pine extract, rich in, guiaicol and all the natural healing elements. Other preparations will not work' .ia this formula. The prompt result's from -inis. inex- pensive remedy, have made "-'friends for it in thousands of homes in tne United States and Canada, which ex- plains why the plan has imi- tated often, but never successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your dr.iggist has Pinex or will get it for you. If not. eend to The Piaex Co., Toronto, Oat.