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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November 22, 1011 THE DAILY HERALD THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 4S3 ACADIA BLOCK CLARKE CO. This Big Sale Offers Wonderful Values Economical Women are supplying present as well as future needs at satisfactory savings, and stocks are coming down JUST THREE MORE DAYS-THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY i It is the biggest bargain event of the entire year and we strongly urge the advisability of early buying while choosing is good and assortments unbroken. Just a hint here of the savings and no more Clearing out All Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments at Really Ridiculous Prices We carry no hold-overs in this store, and every Hat and .Ready-to-Wear Garment must be sold during the season for which they were bought, no matter what price they bring Its time now for absolute clearance and prices have been lowered to such an extent as to leave no doubt of the result of this sale. Get your share of the good things that are going Final Clearance of all New Suits Reg. and values Final Clearance of all New Hats Reg. and values. Final Clearance of all New Coats Reg. and values IN ADDITION TO THESE BIG REDUCTIONS, every other Department in tke store offers its entire stock at big reductions on original price the next three days, Dress Gooclo and Silks, Flannels and Flannelettes, Cottons and Sheetings, Towels and Towelings, Gloves and Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear, Vyhitewear, Blouses, Ciolf Jackets, Etc. 1WESTERN RAILWAY PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE ECONOMICAL> MA'DE IN ROUTES APPROVED Otunvvi, Nov. Frank Co- chrane has approved of thc location of route of thc following railway lines in Western _ C.N.R.: revision of Stratucomi-Cam- rose line. j O.P.R.: re-hearing Kerrpbert-Wnkie 'lino, subject to report engin- ;eer of department. I C.N.R.: branch Unas througb town- ships I, H, nnd ranges 3-28 west of the :Fourih meridian. C.iY.K.: revision of Maryfield-Leth- hridge lino, W. KALLUM MET TRAGIC DEATH flit Jll Taylor Eleva- tor CORONER'S INQUEST A few men born leaders, but piost of them arc born followers. I f-a is ;t wise man who can toll what woman-thinks by what she says. Phone 733 FOR GOAL and you will get it The Alberta Cartage Co. A. H, Prop. I C.P.R.: revision of Manitou Lake j C.P.K.: Shepherd to Medicine Hat. i C.iV.R.: revision of Moose Jaw-Kfn- dcrsley ex ten si on. C.P.R.: revision of Swift Current southeasterly branch, mileage '40-45. C.P.R.: revision of Swift Current southeasterly branch, 'milt-age south. jThe line to be deflected southward, C.P.R.: revision of .Moose Jaw south- I westerly branch. C.N.R.: from a point in township range .17 to a point in township 20 range 21 west of Third meridian, Sask. C.P.R.: revision of branch. LOCAL BUJXJET A meeting of the n-cwly formed or- der of Owls was held in the Masonic rooms tonight when the new bars will be initiated by Ch'gmme i who en trie down from High Hiv-ar, where he isJuslrtuthig another lodge. II. A. LA f son, of Calgary, arrived here today to take up duties us ac- countant at the Northern Crowii unk here. The regular meeting of the Board of Trade will be held in the town hall Tuesday when some very im- portant InisitiBHs is opected to trnnsacted. Deiilh Pi'obnbly tsmcous No One Saw Hie Accident Caught in the machinery lower part of the Taylor Millin th'i' (Jo ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AND THEFT CHARGE Medicine, JSov. who recently con- cocted a story to the effect that his had been brutally set upon by an ONE OF ALBERTA'S PIONEERS IS DEAD ADVOCATE RAILWAY CLEARING SYSTEM Calgary, Nov. I Chicago, Nov.', clearing sys- [lenUi' occurred yesterday at the resi-jteni for railroads, similar -to the .clear- G1VEN A STIFF SENTENCE Cornwall, Nov. Ale-Ma- hon, who pleaded guilty to stealing n. horse and buggy from C. Markel, at [Wales, and to forging-an order for iG'i was sentenced by Judge O'Reilly lo [seven years. He will then probably Jaoo another charge of horse stealing. deuce of-his brother-in-law, J. .1. oous.e .was, suggested Hugh, of this city, of Patrick H'. jat a meeting traffic'club.Jiere blown assailant thc 31st, and bail Bowes, one- of the real-old-timers been almost murdered, was arrested Alberta. jjr; Bowes came to Korl Ith 1 tn I'iast night as a plan tor 'overcoming delavs in Chicago due to the" i .-viiJUi I'il. 1111 uillliu i u r ui i' r citv police, yesterday or, a ..Vacleod in 18S3, having come tllcrc ot froni. one raad b I to another, and tho difficulty-in col- from -Winnipeg, where he hail been denmrriiija cbargos. the staff or nwspaptr since I Such ,L to 5i000f000 JS80. .On his arrival he was employ- ]Bnd to ten j-oar elurgc of aiteiniitcil suiciile for sleal- llic gun wil-b lu! inflicted Ills own injuries. He-has Iji-en in Ihe hospital for the past Ihree and the police a's Book-keeper and manager for jwns b.r L. b. Vltch, chief cn- Fred Pare at old. Standoff near Mac- j 0-f the Chicago Great only for his recovery before j u'hich position he occiipicd [or The selieine eontemplatfls a. arresting him. In a pitiable plight flvn years. Mr. lloives has resided in semi-circntaT lin'a of multiple tracked le appeared in the docJ: yesterday and j Alberta ever sinee, and [ortthe past .road surrounding Ihe qity. 'leaded guilty lo liic two chaises. four years has ln-en employed at the ivas remanded for a.n'eek and was laud titles oflic-i; in Calgary. then to tha hoHpital. It is fielievt'd that he "was in love with a local drl who refused him and Mnr- nhcvv then alleniflted suicide but JIM STRATTON GOES FREE ailed in his purpose. He then stated Toronto, Ont Nov. 22.-.Iudge Rid del today wltluirew the case against lo the liiat he had been at- jtlle oi llle Bank lacked hy an unknown assassin. The thc jm-y, owing lo a lack of ovi- LABOR CANDIDATES BREEZY CAMPAIGN elevator slioi'lly after noon today; W.: prisoner had severe hulUu v'Otind inidonce. Ho said no conspiracy was I Arllini, a-inee- McCallum, second eievator man'' was! ills necit and this has callsvd pcrrna- proven, but civil actions might boiiiig of the labor party, liarnster A. whirled in the shafting and met paralysis oi the arm. wrought. L'alc slated there were many-. pco- WANT MINITSER OF COWAN'S MINES APPOINTED CALGALY ACREAGE ft'e IIRVC for siiiu 1 acno Blocks nt block. Terms down and month, ur cash, balance spread over two years. ILUNOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. LETHB'RIPGE HOTEL BLOOX tragic lifiath. How it happened no one j lutt it i.s 'supposed that his! clothes caiighl in the belling; JXj Hoyiic, who was working in an ail-! joining part of the elevator, heard a> 'sh'oul and sluiL nfi thu power instant- ly, hut it, was too late to save poor! JUcCnllnir.. Death must have been in- -XclBon. H. C.. Nov. 3I.-AI a largolv Coroner Iliguiholhiuii wXs called attended mining convention hurc to- j and after viewing Mic body and rasohrtlotiK were jwseod advocat- j ruundingK onk-red the ivmains rcinov-Jnjj a separato portfolio of mines n.nd cd to Fetlerly's parlors. 'asking tho appointment of a conimis- Mr. McCallum lived in North .Letli-'8'011 to-investigate the of thc fcrirtgc anil was 3K years Oi" ngc. industry, a widow and two children. I In was a quiet, steady man, who en- joyed the respect of all who knew him. The grief-stricken family universal sympathy in .sorrow. their great WILL BE SOLD TONIGHT Two modern brick bouses on 12th Street (BartleM) will be sold by auc- tion at H. Calvin and office In jibe Balmoral block at S o'clock to- Inlght. DOCTOR'S FOR Thc most ndvanced physicians' of thins country and Europe are now prescribing a wash of Wintergreen. Thymol, and other (toothing nnd Ing tngreclients for the euro of al! other forma 'of nkisi trouble. TtiiH componnd Is.knuwti us O.D.D. Prescription. Dr. Holmes, Ihe well-known skin speclnllsl. writuHi "1 tun convinced the I't-eHcripiion w us much H specific for ae IK tpifiihiQ for 1 have licen prnKcriblus.the remedy for yoars." ourselves vouch for the 'Prescription for Eczema, nnd absolute- ly know fliiit it will take away tbo instant yon apply it- iino our yloro1 and gat jioaifiil on this wonderful remedy for Kczernu mid :ill otliui skin .iTDiiblfiH. Or wrllo! the [l.LUl. LalJonilorlBH, llopt. L.U., 10 (lolbroriH; Htrrct, Toronto, for j free siimpte Thr'y will K! to it Jackson -and Le COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is Cocoa, ground from thc choicest Cocoa benns. Nunei and Doctoo ffecomnend itt me In or in heahti. in Da pie living together, here in a oT fiiiinorality hocaUb'e' ine to forgfjl the monopoly they have on marriage. Alderman Fred labor candi- date, said lie Knew oi many .such cases aiid 'had taksn Uic matter up with some of the'minis- ters, being told that- the question had been about the Provincial and -Dominion authorities without cit-hcr. "giving it any serious cimsidtiratiori. Alclcrii'.uii Llrry also said the' city- council Wafe opposed to submitting' for a vote lo- cal option which has-been in its hands now for three weeks, without getiing a first reading, the, city clerk and (wo ofihis assist mi Is spending nearly all their time trying to find errors that would invalidate it, despiU Uir fact thu'iv it is signed by sonic two hijndred in excess of the required HAD GOOD TIME ANYWAY Liverpool, Nov. Kccleslon }s being prosecuted hero for stealing over from .lohii a fel- low travollor in ('anada. The prosecu- tor uilrnitrf Itial hlmMelf nnd priyon- er Ihid rehI tirjif- together, t'xpt-ritil- ly in Moiilreiil. Everything ready for the big popu !T. Theatre. Thti mnn who !s buhind his rent is naturally in an unsettled eon- (litloif It makes you hungry. Wives! Here's the soup for the liusbaud who leaves his appetite otit in the cold Soup. It's the he's eager to begin and sorry to finish; the soup that warms him through and through; the soup that gives him such an appetite that it makes you -hungry to see him eat. Yet Edwards' desiccated Soup is no trouble to make the preparation is done long before you buy. EDWARDS SOUP Hdwaftls' Soup is made in Ireland from specially selected and from thc finest, vegetables that Irish soil cvn produce. EC. par packet. till Ittf etJf rt i 1 3-H1, ;