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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November THE LETHBKIPfeE ELOQUENT APPEALS TO i the Range With Perfect Ovejj The oven ,of a Sask-Alta. Steel- Range roasts and perfectly. It is so constructed that the distribution- is .always even. The turkey or 'joints- cook to' turn onfall, sides. The bread and pies always come out of -the.'Sask-Alta oven evenly baked- advantage is' size. It ".takes largest joint of four ten inch pies can-be set. side by side... Added to all Steel Although the defence, in the Crip- pen case did not provide a great dis- play of, forensic that fea- ture. being confined rather to the case for the the final appeal to the jury by counsel for a prisoner is, a's'a rule, first among life's, most dramatic, scenes. On the barrister himself the strain- is enormous. "I tremble to think -that any want of -care -or vilgilance on my should imperil my client's ex-claimed Sir Charles Russell, Q. hi beginning his fine speech on half of .Mrs. Maybrick, in 1889. A Dickens Defence part-- NO MORE DISTRESS FROMTHE-STOMAOI No Dyspepsia, Gas, Heart- burn or Indigestion Five Minutes; Later Every-f anally'h'ere origin to: '.keep .in the house, as any one of you art attack of In- digestion or Stomac.i trouble at any time, day or nigtit. This, Charmless -preparation Twill di- :est: anyth.ing_ T-OU eat and overcome a CANADIAN WEST LAND OF ROMANCE five. -your- mfials don't tempt you, little you do eat seems ,to fpu, lays like, a lump of lead' in 'your stomach; or .you have heart Otfe'bE-the most eloquent appeals within recent' was the- Old Jtfickens, K.C., Kitty, She' .had killed client; fliat she-! nif ght tell slJe; would kill Herself sayijiig .the "come came final food. ___ ventilated so gas or fumes v The "McClary thenr-orheter: always accurately thfc proper, degree qf heat for any-purposeV v'-' The nickel-steel lining can't-bulge or jout; won't admit dust. nearest McClary agent "to' point out the in-: the 'Sask-Alta Write iww' for the' -booklet. ..Address-the nearest McGlary branch "Gentlemen, you now sitVwlirs'obn in- it- there have .-.beenx many 'tragic ..scenes and many.' iterriWe- but whethef ever been sootrff and so, piteous spectacli of this' standing ing..ycmr "verdict to live -'die. May be vfiih- -her; in "this "But iii a; though' 'u-itii a., jst Torjto, Ysncourej, Stl" John, ?t3., H ELD ;y p ;BY[ DR U N MAN WITH A BOTTLE -respejctable citizens of Frank: -who- to BJairmbre on business the "other" ni.siit, reported to the Mounted Police that '3ust outside the' Bkurrnore lim-' jt'sJthey'.were held up -by a fierce look- ing who -broken. Engiish demanded- m'oney. i-The ..police went out. at. once in 'search of this iiighwayiqan I'an'd 'pretty" .McCutclieohj very ing an .empty ivhiskey j -around- his ns'ad. v ;.v- He was; brought up .the court .and...fined ?1 Saturday.---before J. 'W. Germaiir, was fined" -U carrying; matches of'the Blairmore liently' commuted'-'. .ever defended .that is a of Indigestion. Ask -your., Pnarmacist ;for 50-cent and take gpojj as T11er s Early: Toroirto Men's Adventure .Many a. curious tale has been. told.. by 'ad venture us travellers -when in pre- settlement days they., penetrated Jtbe' vast prairie; forest or mduntam valley, writes Barclay, CQarobers' tiie .stim- lS6f. there" was-: rush newly-discpv-ered mines of ?Carib6o: --hundred .gpld.sjeekersSfrom Ontario and 'Quebec ;made Vthe "via St. and1 Pass." .Descending on 'rafts great est trials ,in its, .tuniuljuous-'-'waters life ill ;jthe BEAUTIFUL SHRtlM Are you aware of the lare 'n year, getting more three -a -selection of years old, that" and all comng; summer this g at different periods from spring 'un- includes Sone liigh, three years-: ;old, .reular- ihe 'death 6t nanied- Carpenter1 vjere ,-consisted. of tfiree y-- arriy.ed rapids'- -ihey xplored by> Ch-at r aridf -JHaadbock sboM portage the outfit while- Carpen- :er an'd Alexander the "rapids' in the- struck; a- rock and': '.upset. shimmer, and 'managed Gar-. was', .a. strong .0 Breach ;tbje imi the canon; iris noticed Carpenter inV'his note-' -He appcared-in ra' .HisVmp'st ,case: the murder" of iSir' Tliec sp eGcif which1 ;df "Robe'f tiB tlie of-' Gill 'defended f .-been .-been of three "f.-seek by these: wordsVoKinine not turn yqur.'--minds from lead ;tb "depart froin the', sanctity' of. tho iim but ionndUit onlv Norm'ari- .MECHANTS' Braxu1 -Rolf e {DHopperl 'Grain- always in! stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone Warehouse: Rear.of .DaJIas Phone from' 'the" maicnes .oatn entreat he Blairmore 'iiidsjs'-of -everyJparScie of Wi- .3 is 'in pie juice is -to .be- r-throat, also for" ''T -discharged the "diitv cast imon It We at 'Our. Risk MaryeloTis as it may seem.': Recall .3V-.Hair'Tonic, has grown'hair on -heads- that were pnce bald. Of course, in -none of 'these'-cases were the roots had the scalp' taken on a glazed, shiny appearance. j Hair--Tonic'acts scien- j -the germs which are usually responsible for baldness. -Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG Office next Arcade. 'Phone 1153. VY. CO. Third Avenue ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND SHADES; Wiring 'for light and "power, ignition supplies, bells, tele- phones, annunciators. Repairs pronptly attended to. 'It penetrates to the roots of the hair, stimulating and. nourishing -them. It is a mpstpleasant toilet, necessity, and will not gum or permknently stain the 'hair.-- v avbottle, of Rex- all "93" Hair Tonic as di- rected., .'If it does not relieve scalp ir- ritation, remove -dandnift-prevent" the hair 'from falling out and "promote an increased'growth of hair.... and in every give entire, satisfaction, simply come, back- and; tell-us. 'and, .without Question oy formality we xrill hand back to you every, penny paid us for it Two sizes, 50c and Sold only-at our 'Retail Store. J. D. Higinbotham fe special agents. the duty cast upon me, and I now -leave the matter in your, hands. "pray that, in this terrible your -terrible hour it is forVou'-' -r-that whom ail hearts are ppeif and all' secrets may -guide and .conduct you." ..Lefrov.Tyas.- sentenced and executed. _-, Inheritance of In, another case, ivlontague- Wil- liams defended the; .prisoner found "Guilty! ''In you' on who is broken -in health, fortune, and with regard to whom; the issue in tbis case merely means "wnether he is to vo away from the'dock ruined, though verdict..of "Not or you 'are to enable his lordship to pass sentence of- found a verdict of "Guilty" .and- Mr. Justice Darling passed sen- tence, of. death. But the sentence was -to -one of three years' servitude. one of most' extraordinary" case ap'pjeals ever'heard naoQern days wa-s that made on lieh'alf of-Abraham 'IS17. -He-was with the of -Mary "Ash- ford; and, in open court, his counsel demanded that tried- by "trial the case should .be by battle." .Ancient Williams referred to" the wife: if the Acts of Parliament were raked it was.found "trial bv had nev nafl neT" left'OIL the bank f the} canoe. ran; the afflictions "tfib'ar war, ..carried on, in: spite of th e: disease, made a step or for the extermination est .him, '.wieff.ite of .it in th'e yictori'a times: 'took- Nature sometimes, a storm on the branch ofethe of- Cree. In- dians ,and' around .-J'hirty-two .Crees perished, in the 'flames. 'The' ground was; burned deeply for.-.a considerable distance, and only one or two of the party who deep were able to -sjive themselyei' by; jumping' into the.water: not a flash of light- ning, .but'a rain of fire lasted for some v i, once. }ar tile lonely "sum- T1T rt-F n "ViJH ii1 _ r.--'It is also of Creek, its_, iiarae from- this-historic stone, inear its-banks so ''long Ja manitb of the fed man.- i _..7: r, of Police. "la: tae saminer -of ti-e fort a trip .to the foot-hills about 40 miles purpose, of fishing and -'-He'was accompanied by The c.aptaru Mlling I-Ie sent the horses'; load ed -with, the; while i he inflatedfa 'rubber .boatf-broMglit-' for' i which 'he sd" re- reward, for all >er true nobility, 'con- prisoner's I been .abolished! Thornton pleaded "Not and flung down a ".gaunt- let, adding, "And I .am ready to defend prisoner'-. b.e a the same with my victed, and his life be what] The challenge was not accepted. a legacy is tHere for her! and for all ,that is softest and best In a widowed home, a cursed life, antl a poor little child -never to 'a'ther's name, its inheritance the- in- heritance of Cain! .Into your hands 1 commend a brother's life ____ and-may the Lord direct you right." Some years previously, Montague Williams had -defended a man.. -charg- 1 and Thornton was A''grafter has no .respect whatever taught who .work; .'he; respects on- ,-_ iy other grafters. V.1.... Some business men-write'1' such Jong letters that only their ''stenographers: read them. TVI1-I- li-n P i r JJV J. C- nut of a hill far out on the prairie .he, turning to the fort, the. way" h j i 1 During. th-e.- morning'-life, "ma'ae aead-n-aj'-- down' .the only'''once having trouble, at: a rather rapid in the. middle.of "ivhich'-he stucZt on a Hat and -was upset" in off. He got a thorc.ugh.-vvettini; before lie caught his boat again. Abgut noon the weather began to lopk .threatening: heavy banks of 'clouds gathering, in the north. The thunder stomns' along aa'd South Saskatche- wans, a -bloc'lc-of metal. It was medicine-stone- of surpassing among the Indians over the vast terri- ory. No 'baiid of Crees.. Blackfoot, or in the vicinity paying a visit 'to this great' medicine stone to lay their offerings therein' Stranse stor- tord in' the! lodges concern- ing this stone. Old men remembered heard men say that but were was': struck cbtfld renderin was several able to terable: astcmshment'.amfr camp the of .i attdiKle, .nothing Remained; an .empty, glade !tossefi- trees: liiffle wonder before could; together, ping his gun in his When laci- of breath' -caused him" the .bank of, the, -oKla'; mie he ,determme'd; ,f 6 ieaye'tea. Tort- rather the spot again; -'The fiftesai'' miles made a hard Journey, but :he -ar; grown .in weight so that, no single .man could carry it It is little wonder that Indian superstition was stirred by this stone. It was. not of this world; it ha'd fallen- from "heaven. It was, in "fact, a.meteorite.. In the year 3.869, the missionary of. Victoria, a small settle' ment northeast of Edmonton, 'caused the stone to be brought into the mis- sion. When the Indians heard' of the MARSHALL RAMSEY-" Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car. lowest prices. Phone 676, P.. O. Box "2050 MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDQ. ed with ly cruel and jininission yi a. peculiar- near'tless murder. The .main, Draying promptly attended "to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 586. Office Opposite Methodist Church. prisoner was acquitted, but 'the verV night of his acquittal, after drinkin" heavily, he went along the- street of the town, holding out right hand, and saying: "My counsel off, b.ut this is the hand that did the deed." Montague Williams always regret- j tee that- his efforts had been, so suc- cessful for, of course, the man could not be charged the second time with the -crime. It is a matter of criminal .and le-' gal history that Sir Charles Russell felt very strongly about the Maybrick limes during nis life the mountains are short verv severe; they Jain sought shelter in a cliiiap of -tim- ber on the and during .a lull in its fury.-he nlainlyf heard the -draggled; and .wornout.. The brother- officers next morning :breakfast: table caused, only, laughter, and :chjaff as a f But the captain -was firmly, convinced'Soj.' .the reality Of experience: 4He determined, to proceed, to 'the again and bring back his boat an. Indian and Blackfoot .was-: '.spot inter- difficulty -was vacant, without sign of any cent camp.. A few ergrown with grass showed where W old camp'hati _ w.t j Jj'ASHAiJj' 'f -UCtil Cl rilR 'ft, T-i- -v totin, , IndiaJ camp and HaiBeei the accompanying "Ki-yaf mingled with the sound! Leaving; boat' surprised and slaughtered a came this spot, drawn up on the shore and'.safely tied j amonj he made his 6Vldent -among .the -grass', were The storm came down worae than er. and the lightning, was Windjn- as he made' his way through! tfie timber. men. VVh woman has serve, she hai rt than or "four nen-j AT THE THEATRES LUCK- ow frequently in the course of con- versation relative to the success of some person or firm, you irear the 'com "Gee, but they'" are lucky." Should you care to analysize" -the ot success ..of the. person, under- discussion, you would find-.the, so-call- ed luck totally eliminated by -such Qualities as honcsf. AUCTION -SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stoct: 'tnd implements a specialty" JA Smith, .414 Wood Alberta: Regular sales at J c' Graves' Sal6 Barn, Wood St. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each- month. DELIVERY WAGGONS Hand Made.- Materials and Workmanship. Iu H. FOWLER CO. 7 Oonier Smith and Dufferin Streets. did he endeavor to obtain Mrs. May- brick's release. His speech, on her be- half at the trial was a masterpiece "of cogent reasoning- and eloquent appeal: I appeal not for mercy the law of the land is but that each of you may individuallv consider the facts of the case "and ar- rive at an honest conclusion. If your r man duty compels you to do so. yon will re- turn'a verdict, of But you must not. do so unless-you find'that there is no reasonable the- 'tyand'the desire to live and let live. ..Take.for example the Theatrical busi- the successes and fail- are so pronounced as. to be par- ticularly noticeable. Two men are dis- cussing the wonderful-success ox "Gil- son Rradfield." One says, "Gee, b.ut they are lucky." And in reply receives GJU ujea- j iu lodges lay berore7him icine menMeclared its removal .would j visible, 20 yards a band of be followed by war, and the j horses grazing on .the -farther disappearance ..of the buffalo. It is j the gleam of fires shining: through curious as a coincidence that inline j open entrances of the iodvW This i oliowmg year the plague of smallpox surprising, as the I-ndians'uo not mo-e swept over the Saskatchewan country about in the wet if "uiey'can heln it with tearful violence, leaving whole and their lodges are 'kent closed With Coal at a the I Fuel-saving Device of..the is an Important Factor in House- hold Economy. is sstiisatsd. that 'there are morV': an 1000 students in the world whc making a serious study of aerc- ff [the statement of facts from the other TTIflTl "fcrtAw _1 lucky, but vise." Tn "No, not that, they.real- case. When William Gardner was 'tried :n November, the murder of Rose Peasenhall murder .R E. Wild defended him. "j .ppeal to he said, "to treat the Prisoner as you would be treated your- elves." The jury disagreed after an bsence of four hours' and at the re- January, 1903, Mr. Wild .again efeuded, making a speech that'lasted early two hours. -Trial by Battle" "It is with-feelings of Che keenest esponsibility and the gravest pain I rise to. speak my last words on elialf of the man at the bar. it xireraely diffiftuii for an advocate ize that; the public-rlemands honest merit in all productions; hot lucky, but- square all promises and thereby have established a reputation for that to the people who attend their produc- tions, it is not a gamble but an absol- ute certmiKy. that they .will--obtain value received in the evening's enter- tainment. Tins lias been the secret of the so-called luck of this firm for the past ten years, and it ,is also assured for the present season, because the .same honesty in advertising, the same high nierit in producing, the same de- 'sirc'to give value received has pre- vailed, as in -the past, in' the produc- tion of that groat Hoyt Sue-' cess "A Kaelielor's to be-presented ar, the Majestic Theatre 2 nights, sliming'Tuesday, Xov.'22. stops c the taroat and One why it is cheaper -to use a HAPPY THOUGHT is because it is easy the coal Ar.J when yon realize the fearful regularity with which you receive coal bills during the cold months you will consider this a advant- in buying .t range. The reason many ranges are spending money on building a new chimney, or putting a stack on the. one you have. But what would be the use? The trouble is with the range, and not the chimney. Nov.% in the HAP.PY THOUGHT Range there 1s -no" trouble "of this kind. For years we have studied flues. We have learn- THOUGHT -firebox, .which is .scientifically proportioned 10 the size of the oven. This sounds simple, but' if you have ever had a range wJth a ty firebox you'll see the differ- ence in fuel-savins and baking results the very first month that you use the PAPPY THOUGHT. Send for our bi? ,coal, consumers is because the flues are too large and the hett is carried .past the point where it especially (which requires an s rlrc to do little or the Jl'jcs.arc so. small- the oven .won't and you get no satisfaction at, all. This leads to your probably The William Buck S cd their little and just what kind is- required for beat results, -until- -now we. know; .this exacjt know- ledge we have embodied in the construction of the KVPPY -THOUGHT -Ranse for yoxir benefit. Another feature that tends to fuel-saving is the HAPPY Company, limited, free which explains the vari- ous features of the HAPPY THOUGHT plainly and simply. Tour name en a post card brings it promptly. Or if prefer, po and .see the HAPPY THOUGHT dealer, who will be glad to explain without obli- gation, the vaiLstis exclusive matures. H. LING ;