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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November TTTF, LFnTBKTDOF, DAILY TTRtt.ALD itr Our Meats are of the very best and our prices are right. Roast Sausage Choice Rtfbs, Dripping Hains, Fresh Eggs We havte a large-number of Spring Como in and They aie cheap. Phone 1055 310-13th St., North North Lethbridge a Busy Spot In these columns last week we incii-i The Companions of thc Forest held crossings ;a very successful .and ciijoyuMu dance 'in the Unity Hall on Tuesday last. With Need's orchestra in attend- ance everyone thoroughly ea.oycd j tionfid thu necessity where the street' cars stop. From what we can learn, our suggestion has not been all in vain. It is rumored that one of the dry ECONOMICAL RELIABLE PUR E Supper was served by thc following j goods men on this sido contemplates1 committee of ladies: Mrs. Morden, seeking aldcrmanic honors at thc com- j Mrs. Arnold, Mrs, Unsworth, Mrs. ing elections in December. Now North! Carter and Mrs. Ktmve. Uetlihridge has assumed its present Thanks to arrangements by Supl. population, and with the Ratepayers' everyone living any distance association very enthusiastic, it is to 'away was able to go home by the! be hoped that moro -than 'one. will street, ears. This was much appreci-j seek office, Ds H is very necessary by 'the crowd, as it was two one or more to be elected, to watch interests of tlie town to the north of the track. MARKET i i You want the best, That's all we keep! What we say by the above we mean. Our meats are fresh, and when yon need a choice haye some splendid tender Iamb anil 'iiiuttoii. to the above we 'SAUSAGE, LARD, DRIPPING, PORK, ETC. ALSO A NICE SELECTION OF TENDER YOUNG CHICKENS Phone 24213th St., North Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co., Yard Present over here po.lnl out that the election of aldermen will not ho so (lull as it is supposed io bo. A meeting of the managers and ses- sion of St. Andrew's will be held in the church on Friday at 7 p.m. prompt. It is to be hoped all will endeavor to be on time. Mrs. G. L. Anderson has recovered irom bur illness, and has just return- ed from her visit to Outlook, Sask., where she was taken ill. o'clock before dancing broke up. A. Arnold was an efficient M.C. Mr.! The .Junior Guild will be held at Mrs. Washbrook's home at to- night. The new; church of St. Mary's is making good progress. Contractor Pearson expects to have the whole of the building cover- ed in by thc end of this week. We arc pleased to learn that Mrs. C. G. Oiamier is making rapid pro- gress towards recovery, and her hus- band hopes to have her home irom J the hospital this week. ENGINE RAN INTO A STOCK TRAIN STOCKMAN AND CAR LOAD CATTLE MET HORRIBLE DEATH Brandon, Nov. a result of a rear-end freight collision tonight a stockman, whose name is at present unknown, and a number of anin.'als in a cattle truck met a most horrible death. At about a freight train was standing in the west yards near Eighteenth street, wliile the engine SUPPLIED LIQUOR TO INTERDICTS H'EAVY FINES IMPOSED AS WARN- ING TO MEN WHO INJURE FELLOW-MEN Edmonton, Nov. convic- tions which are of considerable im- MAGIC BAKING POWDER injunction which the C.P.R. sought to obtain against the C.N.R. to place a permanent crossing over a ditch. Thc application for this injunction was refused and the C.P.R. are now taking other measures to prevent the passage of the track laying. "1 said Sir William, "Den- nis is a little unreasonable." HUGH A. ROBSON COMMITS SUICIDE FATHER OF CANADIAN JUDGE AP- PARENTLY DID RASH DEED WHILE 'DEMENTED Vancouver, H. .0., Nov. letters of'farewell to Ills landlady anil to.bis Hugh Amos Rolison, 82 Uaimoral place, Robert Hobson, aged 70, an intimate friend ami "schoolmate of the late Sir Hen- ry Campbell-Hannerman, former pre- portaiice'Ti'ave rece'ntly" been recorded! of England, committed suicide in Alberta, which convictions llls apartments, 930 Drake street, draw attention to the attempts at.lalc lost ni6ht-. His body was found evading the interdiction penalties un- SECRETARY IS NEEDED Mr. Bowman Resigns Sec- retaryship School Board Training Course der the Provincial Liqnor License Or- dinance, Last Tuesday Magistrate Downcs, Mr. Robson was a wealthy man and a member of one of the most prominent fam'ilies in England. His son, Robson, was deputy at- torney general of thc Northwest Ter- ritories under Mr. Haultain, and was appointed to thc king's bench, Man- itoba, in 1H10. The police are of the opinion that drug cap- sules containing a while powder re- was being atteiided to for some slight, of Strathcona, fined .lames Hamilton repairs. Meanwhile two other freight' and costs for procuring liquor drains, one west-bound and the other for bis who is an interdicted east-bound, were approaching. A cloud j person. of steam from the west'boimd is said Magistrate Vigar, at to have obscured the view of the Qleichcli, fined Joseph l.atllam 550.00 j cyanide of potassium was the driver of the cast-bound with the and costs.for supplying liquor to an used by-Mr. Rbbson. result that ihe driver ran into 'the interdicted person caboose of the stationary train. 5- s t Saskatcllewan sembling cyanide were found. An au- According to fbe statement made' d t wm' h tomorrmv. Tne to Coroner Moore the engine was on- t of the Peace j Icller was addressed y proceeding at walking pace, but he pau, for procul.ing illtcr_ to the landlady: dieted. Ulcnman If I Magistrate passing' sen-'Ci1uld sec am-possibiliti- '.of-taking tcnce said: "I "don't feel like I to the ranch-and keepiuK you merciful to a manwho gives linuor to aljove suspicion J would be glad to] his brother under such circumstanc- jt- l have foved >'ou ever K'lice I came into the liouijc. But all The interdiction laws of the That the two flew schools -be open' eO at the beginning of the now year was the recommendation of the scboo: management committee of the scnoo: board at the regular monthly meeting hist night. The MBanual Training school will not be ready for occupa- tion before that date, when the Gal- braith school will also be opened. The Board fixed the salary of the principal far the new Galbraith school at However night classes will 'be start- ed iu the '.Manual Training school earlier. About November IS, these classes will be in thc High school, when mechanical draw- ing, practical arithmetic typewriting and stenography will be tuken up. Pupils will receive instruc- tion at the evening classes at a n'om- inal fee. C. B. Bowman, for eight years sec- retary of the school board, last night tendered his resignation, to take ef- fect December 3'. On motion of .1. D. Higi-abotham, his resignation .was ac- cepted, with great reluctance. No successor has as yet been named. J. H. Fleetwood was mentioned some tme ago as the probable appointee, but it is understood that be will not accept. Supt. Hamilton reported that the attendance is rapidly ing 21 per cent, greater than for the corresponding month Last year when free skating rinks for use of th cscbool children were broached, there was much opposition on the part of certain members of the board. However, one rink was built, and 'was such an unqualified success that two will be built by the building Inspector this year, one In North Lethbridge, and one in South. Miss Jackson, teacher at Westmins- ter school, tendered her resignation, which wag accepted. ,hat as it may the caboose was piled top of the engine; 'Vliich )lowed its way into a carload of cat- .Ie. TJie wreckage caught fire and soon the scene was one oi horror. While the fire brigade fought thc flames, the groans and shrieks of half mutilated unimals could be hnard, ami IT IS. HEAVY BUT PUNK missing. A search was made and his mangled and charrud body was found nn hour later. Many of the animals were slaughtered as they were reached. Aeneas Crech of Brussels, Out, bail- T, died suddenly. prov- ince are framed with the. ian idea of rendering a service to an individual or to an individual's fam- ily and and of an assistance to a man who thinks that lie needs help in overconving what to him individually may he a strong temptation and in the face of this, I abuse of the law which is meant to be helpful, docs not appear to he ele- vating or dL-sir.ible. bliirred in the future. God bless you. Weekly Specials at Morden Bennett's These Specials are for CASH only JELLO, 3 packages for QUICK TAPIOCA, per package SALAD DRESSING, per package......... GOOSEBERRIES (CHIVER'S) In Ib. PLUMS Bottles.......... in 2 1-2 pound WITCH HAZEL boxes TOILET 25c and 30c per box: two boxes for QUAKER BRAND Two cans for.................................. 25c tOc 10c 30c 30c 45c RED ROSE COFFEE per pound PURE MAPLE SYRUP -'QUART CANS ONE-HALF GALLON CANS .GALLON CANS 75c 40c 45c 85c RED GROSS YEAST contains four packages .yeaat cakes and one China Cnp and Saucer..................... LADIES' NIGHT from extra good quality white Flannelette fancy trimmed; reg. ?l.G5 for---- Regular for LADIES' BLACK from good quality sateen and lined with red flannel................ LADIES' BLACK MOREEN Extra special, each UNDERSKIRTS MEN'S WORKING SHOES (English have just placed in stock u large shipment of tills, line of shoes. They arc made from seloct- Cured Stock, are solid leather and giiarflntocd waterproof. In order to introduce this make We hare placed them on sale as fol- Keg. per pair at H'eg. per pair at Reg, per pair at It will pay you to deal with us 526 13th St. N. A trial order will convince Phone 1356 HUNDRED MEN BAR THE WAY HOW THE C.P.R. IS TRYING TO KEEP THE C.N.R. OUT OF CALGARY Winnipeg, Nov. William Mac- I will meet you bye and Bo reason for the act was given. There were several old letters from Sir Henry Campbell-Bannermau in his possession. Jolianncsburg, Nov. great i diamond, the largest ia the world, which has just been discovered In the Premier mine, may not prove to be so valuable as at first thought. It is now officially stated that tho diamond, which weighs carats, is of infer- ior cjuality. v A Literal Rendering. A Scotch lady gave her servant very particular instructions regarding visi- tors, exnlai-ning that they were to bo shown into the drawing-room, and no doubt used 'the Scottic "Carry any ladies that call up stairs." On the ar- rival of the first visitors Doimld was eager to show his strict attention to the mlstrcB'a orders. Two ladies came together, nnd Donald, seizing one in his arms, said to the other, "Bide ye there til) I come for and, in spite her struggles and remonstrances, ushered tho terrified visitor into his mistres's presence in this unwounted fashion. THE BLESSING T OF HOIHERHOM ud dren Make Happy Htmm Motherhood is h In lifts. It is the fruition of hopes and greatest sandi of noble women through MW 4l- rtngementhavebecn deni In many once now children because of the fwt tMft Compaq makes women normal .healthy MM) Thii Is evidenced by the following which are genuine and trathfvl LonOon, wiih to thank mH for the benefit I received by Ukjnf ywjtf farnoun Lydia E. Pinkhw't Vegetable pound. M? baby waa born I WM so ill I coaUJ stand lone or wait any distance. I hip to lie down all the Aftff I took your I felt a new man. I eoujd work from morning till night and waa happy and well. I certainly think it pain at childbirth and recommend itte every woman who is pregnant You use this testimonial if you like. It may help some other Mn. FiUfflC ConiUN, 132 Adelaide St., London, Ont Brooklyn, was ailing all time and did not know what the matter. was. I wan ted -a baby but my health- would not permit it. I waa nrrvoiM, ray side ached and I waa all run down. I heard thatLydiaE.Pmkham'sVVgetabU Compound was good and took the medi- cine. I have now a beautiful baby and your Compound has helped me in every way. "-Mrs. J. ,7. STEWART, 299 Hufcv holdt St Brooklyn, N.Y. "I see you -are canylng home a nejy kind of breakfast remarked LSe irst commuter. said the second commutei, v'as missing too many trains The old irand required three; seconds to tare. You can fix up new kind in a, aeeoiid and a, lerald. 4 How fa Make Better Cough Syrup than You Can Buy ".A Family Supply, M and Fully G uarantccd. Both In A Hurry. "Now, said Bildnd, "1 wish you would expedite 'this case as much as you can. I am in a great aaid the justice. "Lemine do SOUJG hayln' this after- noon; and thar's a taown-nicctin' to morrer that f cal'Iate'll laat all day; an' Thursday I gotta go over to Blubbs' Corners to an auction guess we'll git raound to you abaout Tuesday of next week, onless ye'll save Time by pieadin' guilty." "Ob, retorted Bil- ad. "I'm guilty. What's thu pen- "Waal, round here we're inakin' an example o1 speeders, said the judge. "Ten days in the country jail." Weekly Sixteen ounces of cough T- iucli as you could buy for sHy bo mado at home. You will find, nothing that takes hold of nn ohstlnata :ougli more quickly, usually ending it Inside of 24 hours. Excellent, too, for, croup, whooping cough, .sore lungs, thma, hoaraeneas and other throat trou- ble. ilix two cups of granulated ono cup of warm water, and'stir for t minutes. Put ounces of Pinaic (fltty cents' worth) in a 36-ounco bottle, then- add tho Sugar Syrup., It kcepa ly. Taltft a tcaapoonful every one, twa or threo liourti. This is Just laxative enough -to. help cure a. cough. Also atlmulates tlic appe- tite, which la usually upset by a coufh. The taEts la pleaaant. The effect of nine and auepr syrup on the inflamed membranes is weirkhown. PJnes Is thfi moat valuable concentratetV. compound of Norway white pine entrant-, rich in fiiiaiacol and a.11 the natural healing pine elements. Other prepara- tions will not work in this formula. Tho Pfnex und Sugar Syrup recipe i how used by thousands housewives throughout ihe United States and Can- ada. The plan lias been Imitated, one the old successful formula -lias never been equaled. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Plncx, or J get It for you. If not, send to PInex Co.. Toronto, Ont. Kcnzic, president oE the C.N.H., held a consultation with the General Man-i ff ager of the C.N-H. this morning to I discuss the most extraordinary situ- at ion in which Ihe company finds it- self, which has been brought about what iie culls the unreasonable action I of .John Dennis, Supervisor of Natur- j.al Resources for the.C.IMl. at Cal- gary in liolding work on thc Sas- katoon-Calgary lines which may not now get through with sU-cl this year. The following telegram was receiv- ed at the head office this morning. I "M. S. McCarthy-Webster, our j traeklaying foreman, reports track j laid to a point whcru the C. P. R.' double wire fcnco crosses our dump.! i I think the point is shown in photo-1 graph NTo. d, which Fraser has -j warded, lie stall's men arc pro-; Iccting samp with inspector and two' mounted police. lie advises us not lo' interfere with foncn or will place tore-; man under arrest. Tin's will mean j delay in reaching Calgary. (Signed) i M. H. I Tlic point where this incident oc- curred is only .some 50 miles erst Calgary. The trouble arose over an' Lee Wong NORTH LETHBRIDGE RESTAURANT AH kinds of Fruits, Candles Clears and. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks A large assortment, of Chin- ese and Japanese Silk Goods. PHONE 1229 J Say People! it's time to mstai Your Heater! The cold weather is surely coming We liiive everything that will be needed to keep your house cosy and warm this coming winter. We have a good selection of Heaters that will not look out of place in your dining room or parlor and our prices are right. We also carry Stove Pipes and Repair parls, also a full line of ranges If you need any of tho above, conic and look over our stock before buvhiff elsewhere'. THE HARDWARE MAN PHONE 1223 524-13th St. North. ;