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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta F ABE! six LtTHBHlDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1909. You can see what you are baking without open- ing the oven door. The oven door of the "HAPPY THOUGHT covering a mica window, whereby your cooking may be watched without cooling the oven. has a small door This illuminated oven is patented and found on no other range one of tht many points of superiority of the "HAPPY THOUGHT." Our interesting booklet tells of many other im- portant exclusive "HAPPY THOUGHT" features. Write for it. HAYR BROS, Local Representatives Manufactured by WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LIMITED, Brintford, Out. For Colds, BRONCHITIS; SOEE THROAT, HOARSENESS. CROUP, ASTH- MA, FAIN or TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST and all BRON- CHIAL or LUN9 TROUBLES there is nothing to equal Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It contains all the virtues of the world famous Norway pine tree, combined with Wild Cherrv "Bark'and the soothing, healing and expectorant properties of other excellent herbs and barks. A i A A A A i i A Mrs. John Pelch, 4 Windsor, Out., ,i Mrs. H. C'. Daniel's Thursday at two o'clock. The afternoon was j pleasantly spent in st-wmg until -1.30 when a daintv lunch was served. TABER NOTES Tales Of Life In Gay Paris Paris, Nov. servant ever fought, more loyally for her mistress than did Maietta Wolf, the cook in the Steinheil household, when called to-day as a witness in the trial of Madame Steinheil for "the murder of her husband and step-mother. After the judge ..had led her through a laby- rinth of contradictory statements he suddenly challenged the witness with this abstract from her original depo- sition "When Madame Steinheil learned that her husband was dead she ejacu- lated, 'At last 1 am free.' Without the least hesitation the rervant replied, 'No 1 have been mis- Taber, Nov. organized Bi-j quoted. What Madame said was, "At ble class met in the Presbyterian ixsl i am alone." The witness in- church on Sunday afternoon. Mr. S. sisted that the .wife was devoted to Miss Byrde Richardson.1 who is at- Krvim- acted as teacher von account of }ier husband. Next to the prisoner tending High school at Lethbridge.; ;he illness of the regular teacher Miss Maietta Wolf excited the most inter- spent Thanksgiving with her parents Munroe. After the study j est in the court-room, as in the popu- at this place. She was accompanied been completed, a short business jar rnind she is suspected of holding by Miss Lucille Fuller and nieeting was held and the following j the key to the mystery of the Stein- Smith, of Bow Island. jcommittees were elected! Reception home. Miss Nellie Richardson made a Committee. Miss McLeod, T. A. Sun- business trip to Medicine Hat last tlal and S. Bligb. Entertainment Wednesday, returning the same dav. j Committee, Mr. Jenkins, Miss ClarA There was a dance at Caton's, four Brown, Miss Lula Beck, Miss Mc- miles south-east of Whitla. last Donald and Mrs. Rist. Visiting Corn- Thursday. Good music, excellent Miss Florence Schall. 'Mr. freshments and everyone reports a j Willie Beck and Mr. Patterson, The good time. I class was named the Baraca Bible Mr. Newendorf, of the Citizens Society. Cured. six months and u.sed lot of ________________different remedies r.T f.7 f T T T T but me no good. At last I was advised by a friend to try Dr. Wood's Norway Fine Syrup with the first few doses I found great relief and to-day my hacking cough haa entirely disappeared and I am never without Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup house." The price of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup 25 cents per bottle. It "is put ut> in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees trade mark, so be sure and accept none of the many substitutes of the original. Norway Pine Syrup." Manufactured only by The T. Milburo Co.. Limited. Toronto. Ont. Lumber Co.. of Lethbridge, transact- Mr. Scball went to Grassy Lake The Steinheil housemaid was the first witness to-day and a hush of ex- pectancy greeted her- on the stand. Site was gowned in" black and her at- titude was as sombre as her clothes. As a witness she was reticent and volunteered nothing. When' pressed with specific question by the judge she replied frequently, "I don't or "I do not remember." She could not, however, conceal her ner- vousness and she consulted frequently with the attorney for the defence. the past three cays from a dislocat- [down from Calgary on Tuesday. He! Maietta-Wolf contradicted the cate1 ed knee joint. is lookjng oTcr the country, with a j gorical testimony given yesterday bv the newspaper's photographer, Barby. She said she had never stated that she would deny everything if Mme. Steinheil was arrested. Several stormy scenes occurred during the af- ternoon. At one point -Mme. Stein- heil shouted defiantly that it was true that she had received from her lover Ohoun-ard, the iron ed business at this place on Wednes- Qn to put in a furnace day and Thursday of last week. j the pojt 0Jgce budMing. S. S. Richardson has been suffering, c A_ Brown, of Iowa, came The Ladies' Aid will hold a sale of !Tiew of investing in Sunny Southern __ _ j r_il t Alberta real estate. Peter Hammer, George Beane. C. A. Brown. Mi. Torbde and W. W. Douglass will leave oh Thursday morning for Steads Lake for a few days' duck shooting. Miss Fulton, a teacher at the cent- ral school, is improving from !'ll- .WHITLA NEWS Whitla, Nov. cases of nrhooping cough reported in this vi- cinity.. Jesse Nelson, living south of here, is quite ill. There is a trained nurse in attendance, and his condition to- day is slightly improved. A. ,W: McLaren, of Medicine Hat, is a Whitla visitor. Warren Fuller made a business trip to Bow Island and Lethbridge Thurs- day. J. Macdougall, of Lethbridge. "was in Whitla The Ladies' Aid Society met at fancy and useful articles, followed bv- a basket social in the Presbyterian church at this place on Friday even- in November 26. The C.P.R. are fencing the new "Y" just completed at Whitla. Mr. Helgersen, of West-hope, North Dakota, has arrived and will build on -his homestead adjoining Whitla. There will be a social dance at J. ness, and expects to be; at her duties i manufacturer. He had made a hun- in a few days. Her class has been S. Lierhart's, half a mile north of j on account Ot no one tak- town, on Thursday evening next. A .good time is anticipated. ing her place. Archie Loomis raffled off Ms John Jones contemplates leaving, and on Tuesday for Dakota soon.. A. W. Fuller, of Bow Island. here on business. H. C. Daniels is home 'after brief trip to Saskatchewan.-! dred times that amount from j whom she had brought him. After the testimony of .Maietta came that of her son Alaxandre who followed. He was wholly favorable night in Rielly's pool hall. Mr. Bent j to the defendant. Alaxandre admit- O'Donald was the lucky man to get the -horse and saddle. The work on the new' two story ted that the accused woman had been in the-habit of addressing him fam- iliarly and said she kissed -Mm on j brick building to be 'occupied, as a New Years day. He offered the opin- Ipost office, is nearly completed. The ion. that Madame Steinheil had been led to accuse through suggestions on the part of: the police acd of the (plasterers -will be at work'in a few- Halifax, N. 8., Nov. days> an.d when finished; we" anticipate and Gallagher, the two men a office, as the old, newspapers, on the charge''of hold one is -entirely too small tor the up Cashier Foster at Dartmouth last ammmt of business bandied during a committed tor.' trial.v -dav. The jf Great VOTING CLARESHOUM AFTER V'aluab.'e Horse frwn a Busy Town GRAND PRIZES Gourlay-Angelus Piano. Winter Vacation Trip, or Cash. 25-foot Lots in Parkdale, value (Purchased from the Realty Firm'of Skeith THtey. TWO DIAMOND frcvm Wright. TWO GOLD from Wright. TWO LEATHER SEAT MORRIS from Turpin Funpiture Co. TWO LADIES' WRITING from Turpin Furniture Co. TWO SUIT from Lethbridge Saddlery Co. TWO SILK UMBRELLAS. The above prizes wilt be on exhibition in a few days. May be seen NOW by calling at the above stores. For Further Information call on, wire or telephone o m The Lethbridge Herald, LETHBRIDGE, Alta, J "Claresholm, No.v. Ashley Baker, tweaty years, died at Carmangay and was buried "in the ce- metery here today. He was the son of A. Baker, drayman, and used to work Carl Braren's store; beine: very popular in town. The cause of death was consumption. A i valuable horse was operated on by Dr. Brewster, V.S., last -evening when it broke loose and careened ar- ound the streets .with blood flowing from its shoulder after colliding with a water tank and other obstacles, it! fell exhausted and despite- the efforts j of the doctor, it succumbed. 'The. owner ha-d refused for it only j a few days ago. A large number of citizens met in the Council.Hall last night to discuss the matter of building a skating rink for the town. As usual jvith such meetings, the cart came before the horse and there were offers of lots by parties ragcr to sell but not so an-! xious to take stock. It seemed to be the. feeling .that between three and i four tnousaiiu. dollars would be rev-! quired and it was resolved to can- j vass the citizens to see if this could be made up. -Unfortunately there was no information before the meet- ing as to the cost and upkeep of rinks, which, was a pity. Several seemed to think that the rink should be in the middle of the town and that the grounds of the Turf Association, which are five-minutes walk from the centre of the town, arc too far away. This was the opinion of one of the chief promoters of the .rink who is al- so a director of "the Agricultural So- ciety and must know perfectly well that the Agricultural Society if-it is ever to amount to anything must erect permanent buildings on the Turf Association grounds and that being so, that if the rink were -built there, the rink society would derive revenue from the Agricultural Socie- ty. No doubt the-Turf Association would be -glad to Rive a site at a moderate cost. Claresholm cannot af- iord to have a rink and show build- ings without 01 them "contriv- ing a double debt to pay." If the Turf Association Grounds are. too far awayfor a rink then the rink is al- most sure not to pay as far as regards revenue from skaters; and curlers. McDonald, Barrister, of Mac- leod, was in town last night. A. Kingsworth has purchased the land of the late Vincent Nelson.. E. W. Frost is said to be buying outJohn R. Craig's cattle ranch. Travis Bagley of Meadow Creek, is in town; CANADIAN HORSE WON New York, Nov. the horse show Miss K. L. Wilkie, of Gait, Ont., took the blue ribbon with her Okom Belle, in the trotter fillies class. Hudson's Bay Co. We are Headquarters for Furs' and Fur-lined Garments for Men, Women and Children. Don't be misled by cheap catch offers of inferior furs, when you can get the very best products of the world for a few dollars more. Our goods will stand tKe most minute ,inspec- tion. We been in the fur business nearly 300 years, and understand every detail. 'Our garments are made from the fihesf selected furs by expert mechanics Style arid finish guaranteed Women's Fur-Lmed Goats Made of high grade imported broadcloth: lined with fine quality muskrart. Alaska sable collars. to Made of the best grade of imported broadcloth. Lined with fine.quality muskrat; mink collars and revers. All sizes. Prices, each, to i Men's Department MEN'S TUE LINED of'the best black imported Melton splendidly tailored in every particular, lined with fine muskrat, gen- -uine otter collar, made in the latest style from selected skins. A coat for a king -A SIMILAR fine Persian lamb collar MEN'S RACCOON from selected skins, perfect in every "de- tail and BLACK to MIEN'S ADJUSTABLE Persian River Sable Dyed MEN'S PUR Persian Lamb and Musk and Shore Mink....................... Cheaper Lines to MEN'S Seal Wombat .....'...............s Black We Can Tie The Prpvmce With a'beautiful as- sortment of Silk and Satin Ties. The lat- est make and styles from 25c. to SPECIAL SALE Of all Wool and Union Carpet Squares still goes merrily on Make your homes cosy and comfortable for winter. UNION SQUARES Union Squares, 3x3 yds Reg. for Ihiioii Squares, 3 yds., Reg. for Union" Squares, 3x4 Reg. for 5- ALL WOOL SQUARES 3x3 yds., Reg. for 3x3 1-2 yds., Bear. for..................................... 3x4 Reg. vfor A Splendid Assortment of BRUSSELLC Squares Just Arrived ;