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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY -'HERALD Doing A Greater-Than-Ever Grocery Business 'FHIS GROCERY STORE with its .unexcelled buying facilities and its unique money-saving method of dqjing. business is bo mid go ahea'd by leaps and bounds. A. 'store that's 'forced -to buy more largely-than also compelled u> increase its selling staff bids heartily for your grocery business. We challenge comparison of'grocery prices, providing other stores the duality; AND QUALITY .IS THE. MAIN THING you get here in everything you buy. Send us a trial order matters not how small. We want you to test this great value-giving Grocery Store, IT PAYS. Kootenay and Smith's Delicious Jams Only choice, ripe fruit Is put IE these two good jams. Put up in five Ib. .pails, and in all- 70c 75c Bead these good prices: 20 Ib. sack best cane sugar 10 Ib. sack best Germade .45c iFinest Japan rice, alb.......5 1-2c Choice white Ib. ,5 1-2u Chase Sanborn's Coffee, 2 ib.' tin.' Choice ham, a" Ib. -.-.........V... 24c Choice bacon, a Ib.......I___26c Pinest Cape Cod a Ib. ;...................12 1-2c Special Price iji Cheese We have abo.ut 300 Ibs. of choice delicious cheese for. quick selling in order to make room for a large shipment that is on the way. Most appetizing-and cut fresh for the' One week..SPECIAL 15c Finest Coffees to be had in the take a special pride in our coffee and tea .section. Choicest- blends of coffees, ground fresh while you in an electric mill SPECIAL NO. coffee the aroma of thoso HI a higher price. Evenly roasted and extra value at SPECIAL NO. extra grade of blended coffee equal to those usua'iy sold at much higher prices'., A-ib: SPECIAL NO. spe- cial blended Java jMocha.- that'- equals anv; 'Tegular. 50e-'coffee in -'the city..' Ib. WE WILL FURNISH FREE SAM- PLES OF ALL THESE GOOD COFFEES. ICE AND COLD STORAGE PLANT 25c 35c 40c I A. Macdonald Go. Company Will Build in Deal in Produce A company is being organized by C, F. Huffman! which lias hi view the' erection of a large ice and cold storage plant in l.eihfaridcrc The idea in view, as explained by 10 t.he Heraiii, Ls to h-ave ;i tra'duiw permit in Use incorporavion papers, and to large (juaiiiiiies.oT poultry, buMc-r and so throughout the country during 'the tronths when they are cheap and to place them-into coid storage iir, "the plant here for1 sale during the winter. Mr.. Huffman, who has had I considerable experience in this Hue in Illinois, 'has been in Lethbridgc about a month looking into tlu- ieas- ibilityof operating a plant here, and i is convinced that it is quite practic- able and will be a paying business1; NAN AND HORSES BURNED IN A CAR Makes the Hair Beautiliil At last a remedy has been, discov- ered that will positively destroy this pest. Dandruff is caused "by germs is accepted by every sensible person Dandruff is the root of all L.atr evils SALVIA will kill the germs'" arid remove Dandruff in tec .days, or money back. ;'oOc a bottle. Alberta Drug Book Co. tions of desire arid -will and purpose 'and readjusting all these they are in. harmony with each other and in harmony with. God'. The Former Popular Pastor of Wesley Church Preaches At Aioniversary Services Two very powerful sermons were delivered by Rev. J. E. Hughson, B. 1A., or McDougall church, Edmonton, ,at church on Sunday. The oc- casion, was the sixth anniversary of .the erection ot the church' which was built -while Mr. -Hughson was t-ho pastor in charge and was very large- ly the result of.his labors. That Mr. was very popular, while in and that he still has" s. large place in the hearts of the peo-i pie of this city were clearly .Holy Spirit does'not destroy or cast out any part of our nature or any power of our- .being" but they are thrown 4nto new-, relations so that the discord-is gone and our-whole "being tune with- .chemistry'-.-of the Christian the leaven -of the Spirit of God at work in our nature. We cannot ex- plain, for we do. not understand _the process, but .we Know that it is so., 'We know it; in our own experiences and 'have seen, the lives of" others changed by it. Mr. Hughson then went on to speak of'the fact-that as we can eat 'the- leavened bread.- and Xeec'i've the good of ,it" it'.'such, jso not- necessary -'to know-all about the Christ in order to enjoy the experience. To know about it is only to. iknow it is religion'. A' real religious experience is better than, a thousand theological theories. Christianity is not a mere philoso- phy or creed or doctrine. .Christianity is not logic but life. Christianity is The life of God filling our life, going through all our nature and transform- ,ing us into .the1 character of; Jesus Christ and then soihg out-from us to touch others. The Evening Subject "The Miracles of (Acts the subject of the even- ing-discourse, which was a strong- and eloquent defence of the- superna- tural in religion and life. ity rests upon a foundation of toric facts which were briefly stands or falls. It claims to be a religion associated with ShilohbCure quickly stops conghs, cures colds, heals the throat and lanes. -25 cents. C. P. R. ,-TIMETABLE A cnange in the C. P. R. time 'ta'ble came into effect on, Sunday., The afternoon eastbound, arrives -Jive .min-! utes earlier than usual, at 14.55 instead of at 15.00 as nitiierro. The westbound af- ternoon thirty- five. minutes" -later, at 15.25, instead Instead of these trains meet at Brockbourne, 'between here and Coaldale. The onlj- cnan-g-e in the night 'trains is tnat -No. 313, westbound Crow; arrives at four o'clock instea'd of at 3.50, and leax-es at 4.10 instead of at 4 ;o'clock. The trains to Carman gay run on Mondays, and Saturdays, instead of. on Mon- days., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Terrible Happening- on Tracks in Yard at Brandon Nov. terrible happen- ing .occurred in the" Canadian North- ern: yards at four "o'clock this morn- ing when! John Regan and thirteen horses were burned in a car standing on the track. The horses were the.j property of. the .Hanbury Mfg. Co., and were being shippiad" to thci com- pany's, lumber camp at Roblin. Regan, the victim of the fire, is supposed to have, been in attending to tho horses: and to have gone asleep, leav- ing a' lighted lantern standing in the car. The lantern was evidently kick- ,ed oFer. by'the.horses, setting lire to the car, and- driving the animals to a state'of frenzy that made escape for Regan impossible." It is believed 'the unfortunate man was kicked or tramp- led to death..shortly, after the fire started as the charred remains indi- such .was Two other men in the car with .Regan escaped. -The fire made great headway it was noticed arid-when assistance came and the end of the car -7as 'open ed only two of the" "fifteen -horses could fad-got out. The-loss to the Haaimry company is about twenty-five lumdieil.; A coroner's inquest-is- being held.. CRIPPENfCASE UP ON SATURDAY -i- -i- -r bv the great crowds that earnest supernatural .events and out of these it gets its sanction and authority. The first miracle discussed was'that hear him at each service, many be- ing turned away at the evening ser- vice. At the conclusion of each ser- of Christ's unique person and charac- Auto Road From vice tiie people crowded around to renew acquaintance Mr. and Mrs. i TT- Hughson and little Miss Margaret, j Mr. Hughson's morning subject was "The Method of Jesus Christ" and1" ;was based upon the text found in Matt. the parable of the leav- en, which exemplified the way in -which Christ started and carried on His great work. The 'great movement, of Christianity came from a very ter. Tier-e never was another; like formal tlie project', little action has been taken. The idea is To construct a first class roadway from, the Great Lakes to the Pacific-" Him, 'He is in a class by Himself, cannot be explained as other great and good men. His very life being a miracle it is To be expected that there would be miracles an His life. He gave them To encourage our faith and show His Jdeeplv 'interested, and power. Mr. Hughson then very clear- 10 call'a conference, of ly'proved that miracles -were .not ir- London, Nov. 1'. The case of Crip- pen, the condemned murderer, has been. set down for hearing by the criminal" court of appeals on Saturday- next upon the application. of Arthur New- ton, the prisoner's .counsel. Mr. -Jus- tice Ridley, in the. King's Bench de- cision has refused Crippcn leave to be present, at the hearing and Jvewton has appealed against the refusal, Barrister, Tobin, who defended Crip- pcn, has returned brief, so that it T L r 1 1 is neeessary to instruct another lau-- LilKCS 10 L03rSl lo the casc in thc appeal on his behalf. Mr. Justice Darling, in commenting on thc incident, said: "II is very unusual to ret-um a brief and let civil business stand in the way of appear- ing' for "a man convicted on a charge 0: murder. Appeals in the cases of Winnipeg, Nov. beginning: 'has been made in the movement to estab- lish Manitoba's section pro- posed western highway but beyond a nd it is understood here.that scheme is already under way in Al- berta and British Columbia. Auto- mobile enthusiasts are, of course. persons convicted on capital charges i should not be postponed, such post-; ponemcnts havt- led TO evil results m small beginning. The lowlv carpenter: claimed Taking the an poor circumstances without educa-i Ol tne, his resurrec- 'Tion, the preacher gave a-powenul de- fence of the belief in thc resurrection 1-ion, or. prestige did- not start out to better 'the world, as men would todav i consider the best "way. He selected a j few disciples from among artisans and publicans. He brought j ihem into daily contact with His own! life and spirit "and little by little i gave them His thought and His teaching. He knew that He had only i of Christ. A most and fitting se- TI T illey ss Batt -sar- p. Come vcry public bodies, to push along. t is puoposied the various .the scheme the j other cases and are sometimes pro- cured designedly. Thc appea! is based on the conten- tion that the1 conviction was not jus- each service t-he choir rendered conducted both ry, was present thc services. and it would do the rest aTid so it proved until the extension of His kingdom, the honor of His name and the tri- umph of His cause were the objects .that absorbed them. How it was we cannot explain any-more than we can explain how the leav-en can change the ,whole lump. But Jesus reproduced himself in others. The preacher then explained the parable and the chemical process to j .which reference is made. This is the Havana, Cuia, Nov. illustration, he said, which Christ i are being held throughout Cuba lo- used to show how our sinful nature j day, .being thc first, under thc admin- can be changed and-we can be trans-' istration of President, Gomez, and the ELECTIONS IN CUBA TO-DAY formed into His own likeness, not that the Holy Spirit and It is second under Cuban government with our I out the influence of American control. Oddfellows' Banquet Lethbridge. Lodge No. '2 and Viaduct Lodge Xo. 53, I.O.O.F., held a joint I meeting last night to receive Grand Master Sftera, of Fort Saskatchewan. At the conclusion the Graud Master congratulated t.be lodges on their work, tlie turn out. and added a lew words praising tbe city of Lethbridge itself. Following the meeting a most enjoyable -banqne; was in tbe Alexandra Cal'e at ivhich -Financial I Secretary James Lockwood; of No. ably presided as toastmaster. The following was tbe toast list: "The Local 7'csponded to by p. G. -VI. Robt. Xiven of Xo. 2 and X. G. Barnwell of Xo. 52. "The 'Sister Lod- responded to by Bro. Dando of tiiied on points of law. The applica-j tion for leave to appeal against the: conviction on a question of fact is al- so involved. SATE YOUR HAIR You Hitve Hair to Save, Vse IScAvbro's Herpicide Every woman who is obliged to weai raise hair, or man, a toupee, feels thai t is a misfortune. AVliat makes "the j. burden so doubly hard to bear is tli FREE LUXCH np over 12 months' omlif-. teuik- able paper. 5 per cent. dis. for cash Mon., Nov. 14, Auction Sale of Winnifred Town Lots "Winnifred Is Making Good" A. sample of the Winnifred Building Stone may be seen, at thc office of the Auctioneer. Hound St. and the Winnifred Town site '.Co.. Citv. Got in on -lots. About the 2nd week in November, about 40 Head Horses. Fuller particulars later. F. WADDTXGTON CO. Phone 426. Auctioneer. City. "If you require an Auctioneer, Phone ;