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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SEVEN y 4 M t V Such generous money's worth should bring you early. CLARKE CO. Jhe Ladies'Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Our First Mid-Season Sale Presenting Values that are Wonderful in their Saving Possibilities throughout Our Entire Stock of LADIES' NEWEST TAILORED COATS AND SUITS We strongly urge the advisability of early choosing. TAILORED SUITS TAILORED SUITS ordinary circumstances, such a.price would seem ridiculous for garments of such, splendid character and sterling worth, but we prefer to you "the advantage of saving-'chances while the best part of the season is before you, instead of waiting: till the end of the year when you have little or no need for such wearables. Every garment throughout our entire stock within the range of prices as indicated above, is included I X Oici and young delight in the rich- nessand delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. it suits every "taste. The Cowan Co. TORONTO. 13S in. the Bladder came away and the pain j nalf j stopped entirely. I have had no return of In the everyday work o! the trans-; the trouble and have not lost a day's work on account of it. I cannot myself strong enough when I speak ol what Gin Pills have done for me. When Iremember how I'suffered, and hownow I am healthy and well and strong and able to do a full day's work, I feel I should over a quarter-mile portage with a pack of a hundred pounds can appre- port company the men carry packag-i ciale the tremendous stamina and j will-power required for a feat of this kind. SOME BODIES HAVE BEEN RECOVERED es weighing from two hundred to! three hundred pounds apiece. Onej huge tent that was. brought in weigh- ed three hundred pounds and some; 'commands, and drawing conclusions from history both ancient and mod- Urn, I believe that, "righteousness alone cxalteth a nation" to the pres- appealed to. the last sitting of assizes at Lethbridgc, but, as I informed, when the accused appeared j to stand his trial at that court ofj appea.l his accusers never came tor-j ward, and that man had to tonj away as if the guilt was still laid to his charge. perience and of the wonderful merits of Gin Pills." JOHN HERMAN. You don't have to buy Gin Pills to test them. "Simply write 1 he National Drug Chemical Co. De'pt. AD Toronto, and a free sample will be sent you by return TRAVELLER S-ZNTENCED Victoria, B. C.. Nov.'16.-0ha.les RichardSj a teller for Wilson Bros., whose shortages exceed Uleaded guilty on two counts this morning and was sentenced to two years Tire prosecution asked for mercy -and will for Richard's wife, and turn-j ily. i and eighty pounds. These immense i loads are carried on the back by means of a leather strap called a lump line, that passes over the top of the head. Shoulder straps are not j used at all. The heginner feels it! mail. When you have used the sample m0st in. the muscles of the neck, but and feel that at last you have found the j V i this guarantee is backed by the Urges; Are not the R-N.M.P. compelled by in Canada, who will packers usually have astonishing j irf that Remember, please, that tra heavy packs affect them most mj the knees and temples. The terrific j pressure on the top of the head under the broad band of the tump line Winston Salen, N. C., Nov. Five bodies had been recovered from the cave-in up to. noon. The rescuing gang was working its hardest 'in or- der to try to reach some of th-S: nicn before they expired. Details of the disaster are. meagre because of the inaccessibility of the point of the ac- cident. The men composing the con- struction gang were Italians and ne- groes. 0 for Gin Pills are sold on a positive guarantee- of a cure or your money back. Anu the statute law of Canada to appear j their own appeal, even though they j your money re'-mdcd. fail to produce evidence? Is a take your unsupported word if you want Ipcdes the circulation, causing exquis-; i itc pain in the blood vessels of the; day, and that the terms of per-, jn this country not honorably acquit-i Charlebois is easily the leader at.; denounced the proposal th should construct a navy. who is guilty condemned'? Tf this be j which was falsely laid to his charge, j vears of cxpcrjcncc at it and a phy-i that, I If you give this letter publicity m j sique adapted to the s he mar.cnt prosperity and Canada lpp "blessings in basket- and in store" arc just the same to us in! law in this land I must say, land to-day as they were to Is-; although I was born a British sub-; your columns 1 tion of "confidence was passed in rael when that people took possession ject and have never been bcvoml'Bri-! other grievance m next WCCKS iss Magrath's policy ana then when the' Of the bind of Canaan. But it is my j tish rule, but am only two vears in' and thanking you m anticipation, cheering died down a resolution was intention bore only, with your kind Canada, yet I have never before read remain, passed endorsing leader R. L. Borden permission, to voice some of the secu- is very much in favor of a Cana- iar or political grievances, and if I; want the innocent-acquitted as dian navy. 'More loud cheering, differ from other peopl-" in my the guilty condemned, and Bully fine bunch those Medicine Hat ions I will ask forgiveness-from want from the evangelist such a law in a civilized land. We well wo the newspaper reporters and and correspondents to make the innocent Yours respectfully. IGNORAMUS. EXPLORING FOR OIL ON OLD MAN but terrific strain of (his class ofj I He is five feet six and a half; inches tall and weighs about onohun-j and seventy pounds. His won-. jderfully developed neck, stout body: 'and short, well-formed legs enable him! 1 to stand up under a load that; crumple up under a load that; A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder The cream of tartar nsed in Dr. Price's Baking Powder is in the exact form and composition in which ii occurs ia the Isscions, healthful grape. Improves the fiavo? and adds to the liea f illness of the food "delighted Canadian housewives praise the Happy Thought best evi- dence of its superiority. MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL The "Happy Thought" pleases in every way. any woman who has ever used a "Happy Thought." If you want complete will Secure our interesting explains ike buy a "Happy Thought." It tolves kitchen exclusive devices and tells how for troubles because it is built'right. range perfection. A post card will bring it. HAYR BROS., Local Representatives Manufactured by THE WM. BUCK STOVE COMPANY, Limited- BRANTFORD, ONTARIO RIVER'would crumple up a taller man in aj _____ moment. Some of his feats arewor-i -The- H.-rniii Social Nov.- Service.} jH'7 of record. Frank -Mr, Nov. iS.-Preparations eighteen years old he carried, i .in... fifl-Aftn Ot Jfo Alum JVo lime Tbo-sphate for Iho ar, tlio, oil prospects South Fork of the Old Man riv-T being on a large scolc hy Chicago-Alberta Oil company. The company "a- built a wagon road up tin1 river to within a milr-s of tin- svimmit the main 'range of the Hofrkies o-nd is now c-ngnged in hmil- ing iu a drilling rig to -a. point about seven miles from the .summit whore drilling will be comnienccv] us soon the rig can be set up. Camps hnve been built and operations will be. cnrritid on throughout the winter. Oil seepages are numerous in the re- gion and the company is confident, from the surfcice showing, thnt its chances of getting oil are excellent. night fifteen pounds ot j Of fourteen on May 2'lth this est at Elk year, he carried four fifty-pound sacks of flour three times around the Mattabariick Block. winning so easily that on the third round he got a spectator to throw on another sack that a competitor had dropped. Two years ago, at Lanlev Lake, for a wager, he carried the immense load of seven hundred and twenty-two pounds a 'distance of one hundred and yards, winning This is a load that the average horse could not stand up under. The prospector who has struggled ;