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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS LEXHBK1DCEE Large Shipm ent of New Axminsterv and Velvets THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED.SHIPMENT of the most" pleasing flacalngis that we .have had this season. The -most .beautiful seeu.Jn the large medallion as well as floral and email designs They've arrived lato, so we've cut. -away down. Axmiaster 8, ft. 3 in. x 11 ft finest quality we have import- ed this-year. Beauti- "ful green and fawn colorings in .new rae- .fdallloai low at bin 'OUT sale price is .75 pays you t Buy For Cash 8 ft. 3 in. x 11 ft. 6in', t.. The most exquisite "two and" 'three tone effects -in large designs, r A.. goods to AVorth .Sale A. ALL FLOOR MATS MARKED MUCH LESS Beautiful, Imndsorae, Bag- dad splendid color- ings in Axminster aiid vel- vet rugs and exquigi.te jno- nair riugs in ail sizes from UsS'to.3x9 feet. Extra val- ue at from S5c to Sale 'prices at" "Velvet 3 1-2 .-An extra special 'vaK ue .at ?2250 -worth much more. "Made in very; hand- -sbnie patterns- ,-and colorings. Sale price S1B.75 A tu. Velvet 3 x 4 yards These are a splendid. lot, and in extra pret- ty patterns and two-- tone colorings. Ex- tra value. "at saps The Quality Cash Store o Does Not Strain Eyes Don't use a .cbnceiitrated light over one >Itvputs; ail; unequal strain on your eyes. Use aVdifrused, soft, mellow light that cannot flicker, that equal- izes the work of the.eyes, such as the Ray o Lamp 'gives, and avoid The Rayo is designed'to give the y. It ..shade-lioiaer that, is lield firm -A riev bur.ner gives .added strength. Made, of iolid brass ,and finished in. nickel. Easy to keep polished. The'Raypis -Joy; priced, but nc> other lamp .gives; a better light at any- .Once a S If not at unite for The Oil Company KNIGHTS OF COLUWSUS ORGANIZE ,AT PRINCE.-ALBERTj and- -the local coiuicir -were -Danqnetted Sask., 'N-ov. All! in the' Prince Albert -Hotel First and Hay long Uie Knights of second degrees1 were -put the been-. in session here-, Kegina. Council. third degree" put on- by thef-Winnipeg council. .tne5 Frince 'Albert .one ttiundred delegates arrived from-the i iLocaj'. otlieers were: Grand "this morning in special Knight, --A. H.. M-orinr Deputj-. A.-H; tiae majority comin: (while tajority coming. Father Chan- .others from. Regina ahdr Saska--j'ceJi6r; C. '.Recorder, E. F. toon were also present. ..Degree- vrorks .occupied being in- '-Secretary, Tom Murray; c. S. y' BUTTER FAT IN OCIOBERMILK Medical Health Officei- Makes Mciiiifcfily. v. Report The repoiu of Dr. DeVeber, the medical health, "officer, in the percent- age of butter fat in the milk providetT tiie 'different dairies-'during the October, shows the..follow- ing Chainey. (late Cox Sonj..4.i5 J.-'elletier.......................... 4.5- .jonnslon weed ..........4.1 I NDIAN.S ED ;FOR. GETTING At the on Saturday jMike Oka, an Indian, was fined and costs for b'eing and Run- ning Wolf, for supplying' the ivas .fined ,325 costs. C. S: West.-.J.P., tried the case. Makes-the Hair Beautiful At.last a" remedy has Stirrounding Gruesome Discovery t' of v Hunters from Chief of Gillespie, -Sergeant Lamb, of yesterday made search .along tlie heads of the coulees south city, :and returned this .SOCIAl AND PERSONAL VISITING iDAYS The hostesses tomorrow will be: Mrs.'H. Homer-Gay, 211 Bompas St. >lrs.. F. ,W. Downer, Westminster Mrs, J. Brodie, Fourth -St. and Fourth Avenue. Alrs.lD.-'T.- Bartlett St. Mrs. Vropman Is anticlipatlng a trip east early in'December and will not receive until a'fter her return. >liss. Archer .is entertaining A few girl friends with, a thimble tea this s Miss_.Harriet Williams'returned on -Tuesday after spending; a few days with friends at Wrantfred, Alta. T.. S. Petierly is visiting her parents, and 'Mrs. V7. Jarrett, of Old Enemy CUBE VOURSBF 18HT JNW WITH Winnipeg; ea '5H, dosed closea- opcnedf 92f ,7-clb close N iS; -Nor. No, Pats ;and: Winnipeg.; Nov.. today I included the "922 -cattle, j bulls, 128 calves, -504 hogs-and -i 122'' i sheep., yards There is just one that causes bowels, kidneys or SSStfS system-of-TOste matter.- "This-waste, or Urea.TemahJsin the.bodyandischanged j" tcn into uric-acid. Itis-th'fe'-uric acid that poisonsthe'blood, inflames the..nerves, fecders brought and causes Rheumatism, 'Sciatica and i t biitcncrs.sol-d.'at Lumbago. hit-; lower.'- This- morning} highest .paid for and while -.the -feeders. Liniments and ordinary rheumatic re- medies won't cure Rheumatism, as none of such preparations go to the very root, of the tvital organs. "Fruit-a-tives" "is the greatest cure for rheumatism in the world... And great d... A The Ladies' Aifl Society of Knox cnupch Tvill meet tomorrow afternoon n-the-vestry -at-three o'clock.. "'i "Mrs. T. P. ;0'Hagan and -children eturned last evening from Frank. they were ;the guests Farmer.- '.J. R. .Eaton of Qrillia, spent ,'Jianksgiying the 'city, the .guest f-Mrs.yj." w! .Kean and her father; L R., Weir. 'i Mr. and Mrs., J: A. Macdonald: and grandchild and Miss Jessie Maedon- id, left today for-'Calgary, where they "ill reside Im the future, much to :the egret of their many, Lethbridge nends. Mr., and Mrs. J. E. Wells, held--an impromptu reception last evening -at, human skull. He stock upon a-stake at ,the head of-one ol--the is known as. coulee. Beneath a steep cutbank at. the bottom of the coulee ered'that -will positively destroy ithls! he pan of a human oest. J skeleton, ii of a That 'Dandruff .-is caused by -underslnrt.adhering to, the, is -accepted-by every sensible person--; j Nearby was' the skeleton .of a Dandruff is the root of all hair es'Hs and -a skull and "other" skeU fleece breast horse the jerms and remove Dandruff; in days, or money back. 50c a'- bottle. Alberta ..Book Co. on Thanksgiving da_y by a man named, William IHunter" :pf North Lethbridge, who was 'on a ,lone .ate stoc NO JUNK iake prices, clean, up-to- fc. pi J ewelry, V c-i Oocks, oir- Cut Gl Do we are you -appreciate this? ere 'with the ass, etc. If ds gooi- skull to and placed it upon the stake. Later he met a party, of lymters consisting of H. Holmes, W. A. SiAth and th'e: latcer's son, Alf told them what he in the they came upon'the somewhat 'gruesome sight of the skull set upon the -stake.--. Hunter yesterday reported 'j.the matter to Chief'Gllesple, and Sergt Lamb was sent to look 'into it. It-was thought' at -firstly Chief Gil- jlespie that the be that jof ,-a man who disappeared from the Lethbridge Hotel one in De- cember leaving oehind him his hat, and "This man ar- rived in the city W. L. Thompson, of Spring Coulee, regis- tered from Boston, "JMass. He walked out .witho.ut a hat'on saying he would take a stroll before breakfast and never turned up again. ''All efforts to trace him failed. The skull, however, "brought in by Sergt. Lamb does .not appear to have been lifeless as long, as three years. The ligaments connecting: the head and-neck are still.present; a splendid -set of lower teeth are also present while the lower jaw works easily in and in a good state of preservation, j this-morning-for their future home in; j Chicago. They will foe-greatly missed 'by, a large .circle- of Lethbridge iTriends. '-Mrs. James H. We'stbrooK and Mrs. Harold. C. 1310 Seventh avenue south, will-not receive touior-. row, 'but will be at home to their the first Thursday in Decem- ber at -their ,new home, 312 SeventJi a-venue A south, and afterwards on" the first Thursday of each month. Ke'v.. J. E. and JMrs. Hughson have: recipients of'-numerous court- esies 'during their-'-visit the city." Last evening Mrs. William Prouse en- tertained at dinner. in their honor, covers being laid for twelve at the well ".appointed table, with its effect- ive centre" "decoration, a mound ofr autumn fruits. The members of the Eutre Nous Club-will iold their initial hop'of the evening at Conservatory Hall. The patronesses are: Mrs. F. Mason. .Mrs. J. W. Mrs..-W J. Nelson and Alvin Ripiey. Dur- ing the winter the club will assemblies on the ''third Tuesday of each month. brought from. S4.30 were-'jirm, "'choicB b'nes" f Calves'; we will tell vob -why. -S4.50 ip an-fi-rfiedium actSbmin '-the Hogs w-sre -and. soine -bowels, kidneys and -the Avere .reported to have "formation of ,-aja Pet 'cwt., <4 Fruit-a-tives causes the kid- J per cwt. and skin to, throw off waste'of .'the thus keeps the If you haye suffered with Rheumatism, -iT and dread-a retarn'with --.the cerassir'-of i r at once 4C-EL.OWNA APPLES WON'; cold weather, start" "Fruit-a-tives" and thus defeat your old enemy. 1500.-aior, uAt or .from FrarUa- tivesXimited, Ottawa.. PORT ARTHUR'S BIG fRIZE-AT- to li'V-'It- was "therbes exhibition..-- of-a' tnousand nine "hnndfed -PERMrTS Port is this Mrs. Murray received for the first time 'this .season yesterday afternoon, and her drawing rooms were filled during the receiving hours. Miss .Murray extended the delicious cup o-I tea and dainties to the visitors. .1 the evening the -Misses Murray, Mis G'rindlay and Miss Mills were at horn to a number of 'their friends. A number of visitors were grss by Mrs. E. M. Thomasson. who Know they make no noise or and liave no odor; are quick, safe and aure. Made by v Ask your nearest grocer for them its sockets. The presence of the re- ceiTed for the first time at Jier prettv mains-of .a horse and "cow lead CJiief j -yeste'rda Gillespie and Sergt -Lamb to theory that the remains are those of a "rider, who accidentally rode over the cut bank while chasing or -driving a although they'cahnot recall any rider's -disappearance being reported. afternoon. Mrs. .L. H." Wilkes receiv ed with her, and the wee .daughter o tfie home, Miss Louise, made a fetch ing little door attendant. Los Angeles, Nov." Chas. '0. Derudio. who attempted to assass- inate Empress EugenieJ of France, ago, has 'passed away fifty years nere. Insurance Insure yourself against colds and coueiis with a 35 cent bottle of Mathien's "Syriip- of Tar and Cod Liver OH .This famous preparation is cot only a cure, bnt a preventive of throat and lung troubles. Take it in time. It is the most suc- cessful Collar. Remedy in Canada. Large bottle S5 cents all dealers. J. L. Mathien Co., Prop's. Sherbrwke. Qne. Tiiis evening i North Ward., for at Reding's Hall the benefit of St. Distributors f 01- vVfestern Canada OLEY BP.OS. LARSON j SVmnipea, Vancouver, ,Sss- warm. Clary's Anglican church, three amus ing sketches wiJl be -presented, inter spersed with musical numbers. Th following is the programme: Fiano Solo Mr. Salmon "April Fools'' Mr. Dunbrown..... Richard Hincks Mr. James Smith' (A Horsedealer.. MrrG. E. Fleming Mr. Joseph Smith (An Undertaker) Mr. Lionel Asquith Song M. McLean Song Man- Kings Up" Mr. Chugwater.....Richard Hincks Mrs. Chugwater----Miss G. McLeod Baggageman.....Mr. Lionel Asquith Song, The Storm Fiend..G.E. Fleming Kccitation, "Corporal Dick's Promo- Mr. L. Ascjuitb song, It Go.....F. Waddingtor. Fair Equestrienne" Lord Arthur LoveFl.....L. Asquith Mark Kinghorne.........R. Hincks Lady Kii'.y Trevor..Miss M. Kings God Save The King. DAILY RECIPES one cupful of but- ter and one cupfa! granulated sugan Add two eggs., beaten lightly: two squares chocolate, melted: one iea- spoonfu! of vanilla, one cunful nour and "one cupful chopped walnuts, dredged with flour. Bake in'rather sallow pan and cut in shapes while Xicc lor teas. Healthful arid Nutritious Ask our Or your Gr ocer GILMORE, THE BAKER ]STortli Ward! Russell Street. If your appetite desires a tastv meal, trv v the Yuii can have any thing 'cooked as you like it, The only all white help cafe in the city, ;