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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD The Largest Stock Wright THIS IS BOXING TIME Take a Peep iito Window--Take the Hint 95c Choice Anything 95c Jewelry, Cut plass, Rings, Chains, Clocks, Watches, Leather Goods, Silverware, Women, Children, Frieiids, Relations, Uncks, Will tie on everyone's mind from now until Chrisfmas--just seveii' weeks away. 198 people bpiight froiii the window yesterday. 146 the day befdfb, Tuesday 135 people carije in off the street Price Can't be Overlooked the Necklaces, the Gut Glass with Weight's price, the Oxydized 1 s j- s j- Silver Frames worth the Gold Links that every CHAMPION is Happy Doing Things, He put this OPENING OF THE ILACOMBEHOME Befitting Ceremonies Are Witnessed by Large Crowd The Lacombc Home for fche Desti- j tute oi Alberta at Midnspore, found- ed by Father Lacombe and the Sis- I ters of Providence of Montreal, was 'formally opened Wednesday afternoon. rTha ceremonies consisted of 'gram of-addresses by Father Lacombe and others connected with the fauifd- of the home and -a consecration service- Light refreshments ;werc -About three hundred people attended'the opening. 'After, the exercises the home is of- started and ready to receive ani.: care for unfortunates. The work of institution will be in the-hands-' of -thV Sisters of Providence. j ;The speakers of the day were Fa- Bishop Legal of. .St. Lewis Of St. Mary's church, Calgary, and Alderman C. B. ..ReiUyVi of-'Calgary. j L'acomhe spoke, and empha-" sixcii- file won-derfui transformat.on of his sixty years oi re- H-e tracpd the 'history of the Lacomfce'-Home, and told of his inspir- undertaking the work. the pioneers of Alberts., who.r canie here without a dollar, are Father Lacombe, "bjut.5spme, 'as is the.case the world' disappointment means support to help .these' un- fortunates that inspired me to .this wprk. I am- grateful that Providence has me enough of life to-see crowned." '_ i Fatlrer-'Lacombe extended he'arty -those who have the donations and friendly co- operation. 1 High Rraise was accorded the' Sis- for their unselfish efforts'to aid. The citizens of Alberta .to five, the new institu- tion-'continued encouragement -and sup port'. For Unfortunates' Bishop..'Legal of St. Albert dealt with -th'e .importance of. the Lacombe Hofrie ..for the Destitute as an addi- tional means 'of of Alber- ta's manyr .unfortunates. .He stated that .the only other asylum of the Mndr.is-itt St. -A-llert, ;and that this is 'quite te. extend-help to all'4he'needy in the province, Father -Lewis congratulated, -the founders''upon, their success, .and -in- troduced. C. B. SECOND COAT, VALUE YOU LIKE THIS BEAUTIFUL PIANO AS A WE SHALL POSITIVELY IT TO SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS store, see and try-this splendid .instrument'.....-.We; will tell you all. about bur plan'rof. giving this piano away. This is a" present worth" having. This Piano 'is of-the celebrated Hemtzmanir' make.. It carries the manufacturers' Ten Year Guarantee. We your inspection. t A STORE Mr. Rcilly spoke highly oi the Sis- j tcrs of Providence ami great work they ha-yc performed' in spreading civ- HIS Tjmfr'the ourt s Term of- a, GoLnyicted of At- -fl _ ;.tigmpted' Murder l I ;i Ttie- Lottdpn- Daily Qh'roiueLe of; Qct- 25, contains the "followitig: for th-e tirst time'since-Jts ;f orma- tion the of Criminal venter day exercised its- prerogative-; increased" the term of a" prisoner's' .v-; sentence. T- THe man-.-before the court was "Ham'Simpson, "who fired five-saots .at T. a on iMetrp- Railway Between Baker street and St. John's VTood. this.- crime J aimpson -was recently sentenced to -cwelve years' penal servitude, on a cnarge of attempted murder, and alnst til's sentence he appealed yes- teraay. The Lord Chief Justice warnedMum the court nad .the power and. might see lit. to increase the sentence 'Vnich -been passed upon him, heavy it '-was. Simpson said-he would proceed with the appeal. j; :the- 'case, "the Lord Uhiet" said -that, having- regard to thVy crime, the ofilj too obvious' the -de- "Jib'eratlon ;wlth which ,it was carried through, the" court.' camevtb" tie', conclu- sion; that- the sentence. severe 'Therefore, it would-': be .Un- -creased -from twelve; .to fifteen years' Tpenal "servitude. :f' bills and paste t'ogetter. 'Before he did. this he consulted his attorney, John B'. advised- him to dispose of the buclt, -which... :he said could -be sold at the market price. TaJJlng his adnce, 3Ir.' J-oriss-re- turned home, his favorite buck, which .feasi; of-his -pocketbook arid .S5.0-, in ..'greenDacks which :t contained.-- Missing the Jones went PlCTUKE PEAMING; Large assortment of the __ newest designs in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BEATON -i. Cement House, Glyn; Street, Opposite Sherlock Bldg. to the .bamyardl Noticing "a'-pleased: expression on the "buck's face-Tand: ais-covering bits of greenbacks about- he realized "tfeat' his. money'.had been: chewed up and sheep. The bits of greenbacks "oani here, 'pasted, together, and-.Uncle' Sam mil. "oe ask- ed to redeem them is at the head of a syndicate" of the electric bells, and principal German and -Menc Ras- J- J- Q'Gara> of Calgary, including Rotschild's, win. take the architect .of the building, and i f ..77 Mr. Ilealv. also of Calvary, vas the the Turkish loan of seven milton There is accommodation pounds Turkish (approximately present for ninety-five inrcates. The price is 84, with'inter-; Four persons are now under the care est at 4 per cent. The loan will be i of the Homv. Four classes of desti- secnred by customs revenues at'- Con- i tutcs are to be received; young .boys stanttnople. It has come to after the failure of negotiations with! Great Britain and France. for -whom I had ,__ seme special 'work out of hours, came to me and asked me iE I would mind being one of.'the incorporalor.s j of a coal company. i Each class has separate apartments provided with dormitories, school rooms and recreation halls. Yotir underwear .that shrinks little" is A "bargain than you. thibk." For' shrinkage closes thotjsands of fluffy' air cells through which your body should ventilate. ;And -when ventilation is interfered "with, jonr .liealth, comfort suffer. so soothing to-sensitive skins. STANFKLDS Test Stanfield'-s Unshrinkable Underwear as severely as you it can't possibly shrink. Because vigorous laundry tests most prove the effectiveness of oitr secret unshrinkable process on every single garment before it is allowed to leave the factory. Thus is our guarantee made possible. Will stand severest tub teslt. Tvas not unusual, for- companies to he with (tummy I .readily conspnted. Botli Miss Aircy and I signed an inferminabk number i of papers which -neither of us read. .Joked About Their Positions "We had a general idea of what the company was for, that is, we knew that it had .something 1o do with coal lands and we often about- beins officers in a company. Miss Airey was secretary and treasurer, but was given the prir ilege of hiring' an assistant, of which of course she immediately availed her- self. Neither of us ever received any salary nor attended any meetings. Duty Was to Sign Papers "When the namt- -of the company was amended other dummy officers were chosen and that was the last wr. heard of Uic matter-until the special investigators us and we were taken" to Spokane to testify be- fore the' "My duties-as president consisted of signing papers .which Mr. Bostwick brought me from irrae to ihne." Friday anil SatUtrf The ipper at Foot Ladies' Felt Slippers, Friday and Saturday V 95c Ladies' Seal, Fur Trimmed, Fn- Men's Box-Gait and Tan Bluchers Friday and ---Saturday W. J. Nelson LOo; j 'Jff FORT LABOR MEN IN MUNICIPAL POLITICS Fort William, Nov. a meet- ing last nisht.-the Fort William Trades and Labor decided to break Into the municipal- election game. VVitu" toe "exception of a candidate iior mayor, a full labor ticket was chos- en. Mayor L. "L." Peltier's name was Drought up in connection with the la- nomination for the office next year, but he was turned down. The election takes nlace the first Monday in January. -v.ingsizes. Twenty-onediffercntweighiSand'qualities: paracu suitable for outdoor -workers to llie soft, finely knitted "mo Your local dealer sells Staniield's Unshrinkable Ua'dcnvear. LIMITED, TRURO, N S. MINERS "GOT 'SAFELY OUT OF WRECKED 'MINE Delagua, Colo., Nov. rrom tne gas, fourteen min- ers imprisoned in'Xo. 3 mine of the victor-American Fuel Company's "staggered out of No. into the arms of their ones availing them "at Me pit's mout.li. THe rescuers announced that eight more had been found alive. All are foreign- ers. You are cordially Invited to attend the 815 Redpatli door to Miss Tihiey, Milliner We be? to draw the'attention 01' the Ladies rhis Ciiv that we are opening up the above store for the exclusive sale of Irish Linens. Had we an you you no doubt would say that it waS' v.ery -thing, thai ig wanted here." We carry, all kinds of em- broidered-linens, double'damask table r.loths, embroidered and in-' ithil handkerchiefs, bed- spreads, ore. Also a, lovely display of Ladies' genii-ready 'Embruidfercd Suits, in ;vli colors which are ex-, elusive.arid''unique. ;