Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LET HBRinnE DAILY HEUALP SATURDAY, NOVIiMliKIl 25, MHO ELLERY' GAVE PROOF ll Wu i AUCTION SALE Tonight AT 7.30 W. L. Wilson's Auction Rooms In K. oi P. Hall. Balance of the stock of the Cash Store, eon.i.img of Dry Goods, Sweaters, Toques. Boots and Shoe., Snwllwart., etc. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH NO RESERVE i Eiiery firet noticed lew-SM-ed individual when tie paused at a I window to gase therein at a beetle ar-' ray of fascluthig socks. The man brushed up against him, jarring the small package wuloh Bllery carried beneath his aria so that he had to rt- adjust his grasp ot H. i It was a small hoi neatly tied up in i fresh paper with violet cord, because kls sister kad attended to that detail. i Jt looked as IS It might be a jeweler's plush 'box containing a diamond nock- lace or something of the sort, but la reality It held two sandwiches. This was because Ellery Is an people In and around i individual who will not ,lr.i that it is nutiiKUic, heed ,he hunger mlen 80m, one at hand forcibly to lead him io a meal. Of late he had working nights and forgetting to go out to dinner, coming out of his trance about ten o'clock, ravenous and taint. "If you put this boi In front of you upon your his sister had told him with faint sarcasm, "maybe you'll remember to open It aad eat the con- railway scheme that started out a few years aso with considerable ambitions but lias not yet, taken delinKo shape, is being revived according to reports from the south country. It Is stated that cnultal !ws been secured In England Tor financing. High Klver and hun- son Bay railway, and that will soun be prepared ginning of actual work, of the report has not monton. bin High River cl for !hc be- Veriflcatlon reached Ed-1 and that something is now really to be done In connection with the pro- posed rood. 'The High River and Hudson Ba Irnilwav was given a charter by the provincial legislature In 1910, and several extensions have since been granted the last one being in the i 1116 sitting ot the house. The pro- imoters of the road were In IKe great out of doors or at the evening reception Bakers Cocoa is ecpaljy acceptable, invigorating and de- i. vj >J licious. Walter Baker Co.Limited ESTABLISHED I78O MONTREAL.CANADA DORCHESTER.MASS. SILKEN PETTICOATS USED AS MAIL PLOT LURE, SAY OFFICIALS authorized to issue bond's" to'thc extent Of 518.000 j tents while you work, a mile and It is understood lhall KHery had obediently carried some preliminary grading was done j bol Downtown with him. It waa small shortly before the war broke out. A enough to escape general notice, but it portion of the route map, extending j ,eemtA to h.T. .tu-acted the low- [in Minneapolis have broken up what from High River west, was approve. mM by the department in the early pall Offered at 10 Cents racn In "Endless .v. i Chain" Letter Fraud, Postal Agents Aver United States postoffice inspectors i the federal authorities call a well de- i vised plan to swindle women in all entrance to is at any rate legally alive. The roa run from made another unsuccessful grab at the boi. the of j Then he speedily bit the dust, because endless chain" system for distribution of silk petticoats. Hundreds of letters addressed Room'520, Globe building, Minnc- ta, at the Elk and Sheep River! Bllery in his Indignation and alarm each containing 10 cents, are thence down Sheep River to i hod Immediately squired off and hit being sent eacll week to the dead b. IUOUI.G uv r _____ ___ 4.. TT7n 'nr !F 1 h o Dakotas and MinneeoTa. The letter mrportod to come from the mail order eoiiipany. Silk Petticoats the Lure It Is said that if tin; housewife TOUld write five letters to her friends ,-sking them to write similar letters and if the housewife would send 10 cents to tne company in Minneapolis beautiful silk, petticoat would- be mailed, postage paid. uch friend who wrote to five friends was to receive a similar skirt 'or 10 cents. The amount of mail received at the alter office In Washington, or, If the (Fro ,____ Our Own Correspondent! New Dayton, Nov. 24. Mr. and airs, George are the proud of a new baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Mahood also have a baby boy. Pete Forslin has returned to Dayton, having been Mont., a few weeks. to Sunburst, H. Wood entertained Mr. Baas from Chiu a few days last week. The ladies of New Dayton held their ing talk. Thrashing has beer, resumed again around this district. J. Cook returned to Mt. Caramel. Ind., a few days ago. back, chance planting hi! Bit on tie illimate destination. In the first conception scheme a number of Business men in (h for so ably defending his property. Silery is a man of peace. Under or. the High River district were prime movers, and through their ef- forts. It was stated at the time, some tne i dlnary conditions he would par- undertaking. The tightening narket and the outbreak of ar led to don of a fly if he got In Its way. How- ever. In his ears still rang pleasantly the plaudits of the street crowd as he. of the entered the general aid in the his adventure. "Ton say you actually ait 1DOJORY. money j clown of the negotiations, and for the mandeti Busby Trith a look of last two years the project has heciij unty. marking time. If now it is to have "yoa_jn a vulgar I0urncd WiniamaoD. "Oh. yon shock ie, dear boy." another chance to carry through, the entire south country will doubtless Members of the 239th Battalion, Hallway Construction Corps, in Al-( bflrta, have received 4S hours' notice i ?o proceed to Windsor, N. S, where'Possibilities, the battalion Is in The re- cruiting office here has been closed and the recruiting officers have partic- we.come the news, inasmuch as thej you think I'm route nroposed would open up a new district rich in farming, and mining taken on Thursday. He came from Coalhurst, having seen bristled Ellery. "No, oh, soothed Lumwer. "But are you sure you really hit For answer. Bllery walked into his private and slammed the door. Unconsciously he doubled Uj; hll arm the call for i Pte Adams and felt--bis with i He A Superb Gift to your Family ON this page you see the photograph of Zenatello, the great Italian dramatic tenor recently knighted v by the King of Italy. He is singing in direct compari- ionM "It let iu son with Edison's Re-Creation of his marvelous voice. bymthout fill- Zenatello is but one of the many great artists whohave iag the souls of the chil- proved in this manner that Edison's new invention Re- dren with music." STRANSKY "lUruSIC is the fourth great eMcatial of human first food, then raiment, then jhelter, then BOVEE creates every voice and every form of music with such literal perfection that, when heard in comparison with the original, it is impossible to distinguish one from the other. The New Edison has been submitted to the acid test of direct comparison with living artists before more music lovers. It has never failed to sustain this astonishing test The music critics of more than 200 of America's leading newspapers bear testimony to this fact in the columns of their own papers. We shall be glad to show you what the critics say. Will there be real music in your home at Christmas? Gome to our store and hear fevY examples of Edison's Wonderful New Art Yon are no to bay. We merely aik TOO to come and hear what we beliere to be the most wonderful musical in the world. _ WE AHE LICENSED TO SELL NEW EDISON THE KENNY ALL1N CO., LIMITED Nest to Dallas Hotel. Phone 1487 The Dnig-Bouk Storel office. That they should him in capable of worsting an opponent or evea of hitting hack rankled in his mind. That he waa mild of'Manner and reserved el speech win no rouon for putting him as a mollycoddle afraid to eatl his .soul his All day in iBterrtls of work tllia lit- tle sting kept recurring VI- lory's peace of mind, to rouse In bin a spirit of wrath. la a subconscious way he knew the mem la the eflee had talked the matter over aid so could Imagine their ani their winks. Maybe they erea went so far as to think he had exaggerated had even told a falsehood. In a sort of fury Bllery worked en that evening, devouring his send- slow, fierce grind! .of nil javs, his brows straight aad frown- ing. He did not realiie that those sandwiches had been lovingly tiled with lettuce and nayouiee and hopped nigkt just aa well ave heen spread with sawdust. He started home about ten o'clock. Just as he' reached the deserted orner of the building from the shad- stepped a mae with the gnitt omraand. "Haiids There was no one else in sight, BO t was useless to call for help. The man was higger than Bllery, hut El- ery's exasperation at this second as- sault in one day overcame all other >motions. With an inarticulate howl and the blood tbumplng In hie temples, Ellery made a leap at the robber la sublime disregard of a possible six-shooter. His assailant crumpled up like a paper man beneath the shock-ef ElWry'a Without any wastuig o! breath In preliralnarlai Bllery pro- ceeded to pound the mu'i face as It it were a particularly tongk beefsteak which he was In t burry to nake ten- der. The Joy of onset wae still him as he pounded away, bat hie op- ponent twisted his countenance aside, to escape that Implacable let. "Slop, Bllcry, gasped a strangely familiar voice. Looking closely the gladiator saw It was Lurasser from the Speech- leic he removed his kaeei frosa bum- mer's chest and arose, ittrlog. Luea mor renaiaed sitting m tkt pavoBeat, touching his mangled eowitenHee ll a gingerly faaklen with trembling eers and looking extremely lick and Still Cilery waited, his aead whirling. Holding We head botwei bli kisldl l.urcmsr spoke again, a trila wearily. he Bftld. "Busby be- lieved you rMlly did felt klaa. 1 believe It Dtily and that he was connected with a mall order company, Basting said. When young Mr. Shaw failed to move any furniture into the office, despite the fact that he received large quantities of mail, Mr. Basting be- came suspicious and reported the mat- ter to the postal authorities. A post- office inspector was placed on the case and illr. Shaw failed to visit the building again, Mr. Basting said, Audacious Swindle Alleged After young Mr. Shaw's disappear- ance the mail from room 207 fell off, but mail began to pour in for a mail order company at room 520. There is no room 520 in 'the building and ths poatai Inspectors'found that the mail for 550 was the same kind of mail which had been received at room 207; Also, the inspectors found, accord ing to John resident inspector for Minneapolis, that.-somehody, ap- parently taking i advantage of the popularity, 'of many... "endless chains" recently'lni progress, had evolved, a scheme tfiat for sheer au- dacity has not been" equaled in post- office history in many moons. A letter had been sent out to many lowfl, Wisconsin, the Globe building would indicate that Hie scheme, from a psychological standpoint, was well planned. Tile extent of the swindle is shown hy a letter received today by Mayor Wallace G. Nye from a woman in southern Iowa, who said that she had sent her. 10 cents, hut tiacl no word from the company. LETTER TRAVELLED 23 MONTHS Washington. Nov. al Peary received a letter tonight from stefansson which has boon on the way slnco IX'cember 17. ISJlii. Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances A PrtKriptlen You Can Have Ftlttd and at Homt. you wear Blastei? you a rlotim of eye strain or other .eye weaknesses? It BO, you wUl that aacordlE-x to Dr. beWte there li real hopa fur you. Many eyes were failing bare had eyei restored through the principle oC this wonder- ful free prescription. One man says, after trying it: "I wan almost blind; oould not ico to read at all. Now I can read eTerythint without any glaasoi and my eyes do not water any more At night they pain dreadfully; now they-feel flna all the time. It was like a miracle to.me." A lady who us- ed It says: "The atmosphere seemed hazy with. or without glasses, but after using this prescription for fif- teen days everything aeems alenr. I can even read fine print without glasses." It is .believed that thousands who; wear gltssea can now. .tljicard In. a'reasonable" time anS-miilti- tildes more will be able to stronfftticn their eyes so as to be spared the trouble and expense of ever getting glasses. Eyts troubles of many by following Uie simple rules. tbo prescription: Go to any activo drug store and get a bottle of Bon- Opto tablets. Drop one Bon-Opto tab- lei into a fourth of a glass ot water and allow !t to dissolve. With this liny id Imthe thft. eyes two to four times daily. You should notice your eyes clear up perceptibly right iron. the start and inflammation will quick- ly disappear. If your eyes are bother- ing you, even a little, take steps 10 save them now before It is too iate. Many hopelessly blind might have been If they had cared for their eyes In time. Note: Another prominent physician to whom the above article was sub- mitted, said; "litsn-O'pto is a very re- markable remedy. Its constituent in- KrodientB are known to eminent aye specialism ami widely prescribed by them. Tho nmnufacitururs guarantee it" to strengthen eyesight 50 p.c. lit one week's time in many instance's or the money. Jt cap be obtained from any good druggist and is one of the very few preparations I foci should ba kept on hand for regular uae In almost every family." The Hod Cross Dru tlons may bo wbtKifirr.illy tonr.fitted sells Rook Company. U'.d Nerve Collapse Prostration and Vital Exhaustion are Cured by Dr. CasseU's Tablets. 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