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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 UTe Herald THE PLACE TO STAY im H titlMlii  On IIUUNff \ Spates \ Skates Skates Have you ihougbt of tak. ing advantage of the good skating the cold weather has made. If so you will do well to call and see our splendid stock of skalen and hookey sticks thnt we have just opened up. The quality and price are sure to meet you right. I THE CO.! : RBDPATH STREET ;; I We Sell for Cash i: ' Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ] \ Peter By Hopkins Smith,author of Whispering Smith The Firing Line By author of Fighting Cbfince Sowing Seeds ia Danny By McCluug All the latest bocks at i BDBERTSON'S BOOl STORE lit tm MfA tf OiiM Ink Phen* 261 Agent* for Underwood Typewriter*. Our Palatable Emulsion Of Pure Cod liver Dll withhypophosphate of lime and soda is a reliable remedy for Pulmonary Diseases Coughs, Colds and General Debility It contains 50 per cent Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and is guaninteed by us. MANICURE NEEDS The appearance of the hands may be improved by the use of one or more of the following articles kept by us, viz.: Manicure Scistor* Manicure P�*der Manicure Patte Orangewood Stick* Complexion Brutliei Nail Polishers Nail BuHcri Nail File* Nail Enamel Ongalin* Emery Boards, Etc., Etc. J.ll.ll!liMlmaCo.lU. Fkmily ind Dispensing Chemist* ~ Telepbooe � Residsnt Night Clerk CITY AND DISim The Store of Quality Will4)e ; Located , In our New Quarters By Saturday, Nov. 14th PHONE 21 IG. BlUDIKR & CO. Kiberta Drug and Book Co. f Prescription Specialists 1.1. mPlEY, Mgr. inKBRIDGE Judge Winter has boon uppoinlfd third arbitrator in the iliaituto be-Iwwn the Western Oenoral Ek-ctrlc Po. and the Town of Red Deer. R. S. Kelsch, of Montreal and Wm. Cou-fiins Kro the other two arbitrators. Mr. La Moine, at the Lyceum, In classical selections on the violin. Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Bogers-Cunningham lumoer Co. ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Y&rd  > North ot Track Dice . .   R�ipatliSt.Wes( W. n. Dobbin went to Ralcy this morning. Albert Benslcy is now nianoger at the Wind-sor. Mrs. J. O. Wilson has retunii'd Trom a visit to Calgary. There arc raoro land men In toriay than have been for wcelcs. Wm. Oier went to Calgary this nior ning to consult an eye specialist. C. A. Magrath, af.I'.-elcct, went to Mitclood j'csterdaj' on the local. The Inipcrial Hank have secured quarters in the Ilegin Block. A couple ol drunks were given the usual at the police court this morning. Many arc finding "Rochon's Light Lunch Cafe" Just the thing to meet their wonts. Change of vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. A big bunch of show i>coplc from Spokane passed through to Cardston this morning. Remember Saturday is Bargain Day at C. A. Cooksley's Millinery Parlors corner Duflerin and Crabb Bts. 282-1 Wm. y. Tate and family are expected to arrive here soon to locate permanently. Mr. Tatp will open optical Parlors. Rev. A. A. r.ytle conducts services at ITuntsville on Sunday, Kov. a^nd. not next Sunday, as stated yesterday. S. A. Fcuton, D. Vf. Coulter and Geo. PoUey of Andes, New York, are in the city today looking over farm lands. The two latter have already made investments. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barrows and her son Charles of Warner have rc-tunvid from a trip to Sheldon, X.D., letter satisfied than ever with Sunny Southern Alt)erta. Rev. Win. Roid left this morning to spend the week at Red Deer. Ifr. Rcid will preach at Calgary on Sunday in the interests of the Temperance and Moral Reform League. O. J. Hansch, uiannRcr of the Cili-Rcns Lumber Co., will make Loth-bridgo his headquavtors. The Company now has yards at Warner, Grassy Lake, Milk River, Walsh and Irvine. Change of vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. .\bout one hundred young people enjoyed an evening's slcate on the North Ward Lake last night. Tlio ice is in fine shape and it Is the wish of those fond of skating that the wea Uier .should remain as it is. .). Hochon ha.s received his stock of Xnins goods-a larger and wider range than ho has formerly had. .A. display of baskets Imported from Gor many is worth.v of inspection. These goods ate shown in a brand new show case. A post ofTice was opened on Monday at Monarch, the new town on the Lethbrid^o-Mnclcod cut-off. :Monnrch is becoming a town, already having a gonoral store, blnck.qmith nhoi), hcrdwnre and furniture store and oth er evidences of a rising town. C. L. Kane, Ies.n strong enough." In reviewing the Gushing-Douglas trnhsncHon nboul the Lothbridgo jail sitp; Mr. Davis onlled Edwnrds a Unt mill eniphnsixod the stntement and lidwnrda \w\ not gone into the j)ox to shoW that ho wus not n liar when hu should have done so to closr his charaoler. The Gf^f^rireson case wns next brougl.l v.;>. This ttlono, snider. Daviit, wns a .lufncicnt case tor the dofehcc. It would take any Inaii a life time to live down what had been iinid about the man attaoked. AttKck on Georgeson. Mr. Georgeson had calletl tlu; Kyo Opener a blackleg paper and the attack followed. The blow had fallen, not on Georgeson alone, but on liis wife and family. Then followed one of the most drnmntic portions of Mv. Davis' address. "The dastardly scoundrel who would take his revenge upon u,n innocent womun and children bocauso of petty spile upon a man-no �words were' strong enough to characterize such a man. Scoundrel I Skunk I I say thai we want a new language to describe such a man. The article published was not hall strong enough. Is this man going to terroriie the whole country in this way? Is he going to attack me when I go away from hereP" The trial, said Mr. Davis, would be recognised through Canndn nl large, not ns a trial of McGillicuddy, but the trial of Edwards. If the former wa|i convicted, tlien Edwards was juRlifled by law in publishing the .lort of paper he did. Proceeding, Mr, Davis read Mr. McGillicuddy's letter and made a detailed justification of it. There had PROF. MAGILL RESIGNS Halifax, N. S., Nov. IL-Dr. Robt. Magill for six years professor in Hnl-fax College and principal since tJie removal of Principal Falconer to Toronto, has resigned his chair to take effect next June. He gives no reason, i Cold : Feet No need to have thdtn as we liavoa complete stock of Felt Boots, Slippers, Overshoes, Oardigans and Mooassins. THE FOOT TOGGERY been lio charge in the letter that Edwards was fleeing from TJniteil States lows-it wns tvu*? that he had fled from justice. It had been shown that Edwards wos a libeller. It had been shown that he was a de-generpto. There were various classes of the lailer-it was not necessary that a man should belong to every clas.s. The reference to Epicurus wns historically explained. Oscar Wilde was talked of in connection witti Edwards bcohusc he also wns aniternry man who wrote. Tbc Monk \S'iddowoH nllegation was that "Widdowos was n degenerate. He was guilty of Sodomy. Tiin letter staled that Edwtuds was u degi-iier-ate; Lui not nocosaurily of tlie same kind ns Widdowes. The letter stated that Edwards had "nearly roaoKed the bottom"-not that he hod reached it. The defence did believe that he had come veiy close to it. :: Fine New Stock of SKATES HAYR BROS. ; Phone 75 P.o. Box 2t % Fountain Pens I We cnrry r complete line of Waierman's Ideal From $2.50 to $16.00 ]\ J. J. Johnston \ PresrripUsc Drugpst -QUALITY QUARTER!- FUNERAL OF MR. AQNEW Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 11.-Willi every ninrlf of respi-ct due '.o one who hnd taken a very prominent part in the affnir.s ol public life in the Province of Manitoba, tho l)ody of the Intr- lion. J. H. Agnew was Ijorne to the prnve yesterday afternoon. WANTED Girl for hotel vvorJ:. .\pi)ly to Arlington Hotel. 281-0 TO RENT Large front room, entrance from the front, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. Rucon, 1248 IJonipas .St. 282-6 LOST OR STRAYED Buy mare and spring colt, mare about throe ypam old, branded on right thigh lazy B over 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt wuh not braiul-ed; color, dark iron grey. Reward will be given. Return to No. 60 Ar-gyle Ave., Lethbridge, or write Box 322. 282-6 McGILUCUDDY HAS TO PAY FINE OF $100 (Continued from Front Page.) ing much harm in the spread of obscenity and blasphemy. The extract read stated that "Man was a fraud," intimated that women were not chaste, that life and creation were a failure. "For God's sake, gentlemen, are we going to allow such �sentiments?" Counsel was not talking religion; but surely we would not be lieve that there were not some men square, tliat marriage was a failure, etc. "What is a child?" the creed asked. .\nd the answer was: "A nuisance." "What iti good? Hypocrisy." "Wluit is friendship? \ humbug." "Wliat is money? Everything." "What is everything? Nothing." "Were we not happier when we were monkeys?" These were clauses of the creed, as published by Edwards himself. H the jury were satisfied that lliis were tlie creed of this man, it would require do argument from the counsel to convince them that it should be stamped out. .Vn Kye Opener extract was read wliicli slated that the editor "lind nothing to apologize for that had appeared ill the paper sinci> Vol. 1, No. ). "Tlio man who went out on the street and killed one man once a in'iiitli was doing no harm compared to tliat man," declared the lawyer. ".\nd he is tloing it becauBe he can't iii'lp it. His degeneracy-his moral leprosy-drops out in every issue of liis paper. J. S. Dennis Case A passage, at arms took place between Mr. Nolan and Mr. Davis in regard to tho Heltlemont of the Den-iiLs libel case. Dennis liad been attacltod as to his private character because he would not do wliat Edwards hnd asked him to. "Wli.'it do yon think, gentlemen, of tlu; man who pretends to bo the censor ol pul)lic morals and will switch liis support of political candidates two or three days before an election boonu�e he couldn't succeed in at-leinpt4-d lilacknmil?" "Thi.s Ls tlie man wlio pretends to be libelled because he was called a moral (legcnerate. The article of at- NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Notice is hereby civen that I hnvo impounded in the City Pound the following animals; I nil and white cow, branded lOF 1 led and white cow branded PHA 1 red and white heifer bronded PHA 1 black and white heller, indistinct brand, left ribs, 282-0 JOS. GILLESPIE, Pound Keeper. $100 OF GOODS To be Gven Away Here is a Splendid Opportunity to get a Useful Household Article ABSOLUTELY FREE THB CONDITIONS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, will be the occasion of the opening of tho new ^ Hardware Store The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. and Ave want to fill up the store. AVe want everybody to come in and inspect tho brand new stock and see what a bright up-to-date store we have, and wo arc giving as an inducement a numbered ticket to eacli of tlie FIRST 50 PEOPLE who make a purchase of $2 or more on the opening day, SATURDAY, NOV. 14th. These tickets are all numbered in (Juplicate and the corresponding number will be found attaclred to a certain article in our store. Tho holder of a ticket will be required to look through the stock until ho finds the correct number. Fifty different articles Avill be given away absolutely free, and they will bo a fair representation of the different linos in our immense stock. House articles will be included, agricultural and carpenters' tools will not 1)0 forgotten, and last, but by no means least A $20 Heating Stove will be Given Away Somebody will get this stove and you have as good a chance as anyone. Bo sure to bo on hand early. Tickets will not be given to children or to more than one member of a family. Remember the date and the time Saturday, Nov. 14, at 9 o'clock sharp We to got acquainted with us. We are sure that you Avill like tho store and the service, and that you will be pleased with any goods you buy from us. Everything that goes out of the store will bo guaranteed. McKEOWN HARDWARE CO.Lm Corner Round and Dufferin Streets Lethbridge; Alta. 22 ;