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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, November 7, 1913 I a- 1 .1 1 r i Modern, Sanitary Premises The Site--A Valuable Asset Fifteen acres north east of Henderson Park easily reached by street car. Worth at least 1000 per acre but secured from the C.P.R. for 100 per acre. The C.P.R. shows confidence in Delany's Limited and gives practical encouragement and co-operation.______ The Plant-Substantial and Up-to-Date will be built along the most approved lines of Abattior and Packing House Construction. The name of the architect, R. Perrin, of Toronto and Chicago, designer'of the Toronto public Abattoir and many other large pack" ing plants, is sufficientto guarantee the best available You will have ample reason to be glad of being associated with such a promising industry Open Evenings MITFORD COMPANY Efficient, Expensive yet Economical. Equipment Mail This Pltue mall, without to me o( DELANVS LIMITED. Open Evenings or worried or vexed of trifles, your vital forces art slowly kit surely deteriorating. Scott'i Emulsion orercomes better than anything else because its nourishing force 'enriches Ae and stimulates Hs flow to all the tissues bathes-ihe tiny nerve'cells in the rich plasma by which they are nourished. Take Softt's for yarn femtt it the greatest help that nature effonh. i-- IMPROVED MARKET IN UNITED STATES AND BRIGHT FUTURE FOR LETH- BRIDGE soon pass, n'hen bonds now bring- ing SJ.Ilj, will sell In the vicinity Qf pxr. Strychnine Was Alleged Cause (Conllnued Frou Front. Pagcl llattlofore. United States capital uot iook at the bonus of Can adiau cities, because English capita! them UP-FO greedily lhat they uousht low interest-bearing debentures at Ms'u fisu-ts. But now a change' has come over ihe niarfceL British capital will de- mand a hisher i-it'e of interest.. That chauRe will stay, and 'from on American buy more about three ralnuUs. Mrs who had herself suffered [com strych- nine poisoning lold Uonson tbat he was affected inabe s bad Benson liears- no way -as, she ar.rl more of ttie l placed oil the of ihe YortsblrBVChaiuber of .Commerce snjjporting ihe .CanidEaa importers present increased frelfhj rates. Hon. president of ilia Board of Agriculture, "I observe you' hold thai these in- are the result of organize effort. This may be ro. I am inform- ed that the bulk "of the traffic is now controlled br great Canadian Ihe i railways. I ilsp'told thit'ordln-.1 ary carsicf bftt-n largely J driven oiii hy'tb'esc freat corporntions- I.ei me add, as an example, thai the {arm wliicb'l'fqricerliy managed had iio vessel? trading in Canadian ports [Or ever ten years." Mr. Runcinan adds: say froia facts before me, whether the present rates do more tliau pay ex- penses aLft a fair margin or profli." That is the.siinimitig up of Ihe bond situation, as'it appears to f'red Dean, rcpreseotalive of Terrr, Brisg; Toledo. Ohio, nmniciual boaci dealers >lr. neau has been-in for seVtral'montlis tnls year, i up Tuts morning called on' the financial at ibe city bill to gera lia al. Lethbridse his- been doing >Vha-'t siirprilss.flJr UjSiDJiuore tha 'development of cities .is the.universal, of.vtb The Simpson Co. BLAIR STATION AGENT DRINKS. CARBOLIC ACID j GoJl. Xnv. tillage of Blair, i iscicas on Ilie floor nl the station. No ,or ,ht JC( can he 5iTen. Bc- ,7 yMri Trunk- was tbe sccr.e nf a for about 23 ytars. A vnle and adopt- t'rawdy at noon .lolm td daueliter sumic. ReiTshaiv, tlte station aytnt, lirank rMKr-lir-a.-id atd died an o, electric si his home.' Me was fo-nd i Hitm of their Hsht-Eivlns sff.denoy. es a different complexion'on of these cities which it is uard (or ar. American to. understand. Although I.ethbriiJse has no bond; to sell at the present. Mr. Dean bt- tieves it is one .at the .coming cities or the West, and predicls for it a population of within the next tire or sis years. "Wflh ils Wonder- ful coal resources, and that.coal of a fcind that IE -bringing it a national re- puution. nothing can slop the city from therefore, he be lifres. soon t-e in a position to demand a better price for Us bond Issues. Wlti the p-owtb o[ tiie city, ths day of a deficit in the street railway syetera Bein for ste'alinef his iconev. He had received bis lioney back and consid- ittrd thai thev MRS. MARSDBN" SPEAKS Sirs Marscira was the neit wit- ness called. Slit testified that on the morciiix of ihe of October Bon- son Sad come to her uoiuf in intense acony. falling on'the floor as .heJoor Tvis opened, She- called a iJoclor oTtr-.lhs'-plson'f. and told him that she belieTtd'VBonson tad bein poisoned 'with'strvctidne.'She1 had'f'metic', the result being an improvement in his" condi: ProMi. 'chore' boy at Ihr'Marsdtn farni, lad. Bonsnn' for" tlie'flf'siricli '.rf- turriug'iater-ivilti -ai bottle oi sttych- nih'e. "wSith" wiibtJs-1 idenlifitd. Marsden doctor in Cardston hai. agreed .with ter that Bonson must be suffering.from strycb-.j nine poisoninjj -nidging from.- his Mrs.: Marjden hprovei to be a vtrj. capable-wit- :ess Victor. Pronv. the -next-witness, had gone Bons.oa from IhrMars- deo-tarni to the.Beswick iad seen the cup mentioned, and oil seeing the substance cup had esclaimed to "That's the dope." lie hid also seen the open suikaBC. from which Bonson says he. tooV the bottle, said contain strychnine. .Canadian authorities say that >9'J5 the emigration p? .farmers from the SUffs has taken nearly in cnoney aad properly out of Ihe country into Ihe .Domin'on. IMPORTANT An Absolute Disposal of all our This Season's. Women's and Misses'Suits IN A WIDE RANGE OF PATTERNS AND STYLES WOMEN'5 SUITS k.OO All Sizes WOMEN'S SUITS Regular and All Sizes WOMEN'S SUITS Regular and .00 All Sizei When you consider the magnitude of our large business in the outfit- ting of women and misses you wil! realize that sizes become incomplete every day. To get in on this wonderful saving you must be on hand early. Liberal Reductions on Other Lines We Carry THE ROYAL STORE Third Avenue S. Southard Stock ers Right now, this Store is -showingr more fashionable INpyelties in Dress Goods and Silks, Neckwear and Cloves, Dress Trimmings, Coats and Fancy Linens than we've ever shown at any previous season. Our Prices Are Always Lowest for Reliable Merchandise Jiist hud iiito stock DRESDEN SILKS DRESDEN RIBBONS In a. lioloririgs ;'j li Vies i rn s ha ties SIhK NTCCK 'SCARVES' For i.adics and Gcnls LACE EDGE H'D'K'FS From 2ic up to LACE FRILLING (jrcnni nntl while NET VEILINGS Soiiif shinies Wpol Drtss Goods at saving in the price A spudiil en-' jis'jp offeisjlie pub- lit Ihp in hiijti'jjrudc Maloiv ials yoifye cver.-hiid of seeing in this i-ily. in. navy and black suiling serges and diag- onals, the reg- ular way -S'-J.OO per yd. Now on sale C1 OC .it 50 inch Navy Diagonal Yery.suilnble for making up in.lo Stills or Scparalc Skirls will givc.llic bosl of wear and, make: up in good slylc. value of this malerial is iiei- yard. Now. on sale at C-CGORSETS j Crompton's C-C Coi'sets .The nipit .comfort- able lilting and satis- factory be had. The models art-of; Kit Intcsfdiil, 'aiid 'materials lire' the prpctirebie. Tlien Ihu price! k ire moderate. C. C. CorfCls in- low medium or high busl, al And all the up .lo Serge A cloth Ihat The reguLir per yard 95c Women's Coats Reduced in Prices Every Coat in the Stores Markie4 Down Tweed and Btaver Cut down lo r Tweed and Kersey Coals cul dnwn lo..... Roufh Curl Twetd Coais, cnl down lo.......... Novelty Cloth 50 cut, now selling al Girls' Serge and Fancy Tweed Dresses TO BE CLEAHBD OUT AT ONCE, OK COST OR. PROFIT. DRKSSJ5S for lo 12 sell in rcfiiilar way Hi '56.50. Now on sale FANCY TWKED and CASHMERE afics lo.lU years, thai have. been scllinK al ?5.50; Now on sale- al Women's Street uxlrii .qiulily (ilovcon Sale, while ,llley-lasl al per 95C pair skin tllovcs A Silk Sale Saturday, 95c inch Pailellc, ptirc Tine wdglil. A Silk worth from In Sl.Sfl, in niiy store. On sale Sftl'lirday iinly yiircl Twelve, shades In choose .from, also blark. Women's Uiiucn'TTviii' While Ribbed Hnd Drawers. Sal-' urduy only Cficim Ribbed Union SuiU rm sale (If) Salurrlay Children's Ciuhinera amlWorslcdHose; tier pnir...... STANDARD PATTERNS and Fashion Books received monthly. p. Fashion Sheets at Pattern Counter Free The Simpson Co. Limited ;