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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November 29. 1910. THE.LETHBKIDGE- JUST BEFORE Prices That Talk J and bhoes must go for Our Loss is Yoijr Gain We Move, so do Goods that Walk Out Save us the trouble of moving: our, 'stock by buying, and buying No need to talk to you. They are cheap. They speak for themselves. Men's Overcoats at each Men's Odd Coats at each Men's Odd Pants at each Men's Odd Vests-at___We ea-h-.- DETFRMINFD SlllfIDF OF I blllfliiiLilr vl I A I ITAlif FTTiP IAL HuMESTE Peabody's Smocks and Stetson iHats Negligee Shirts Sold everywhere and the price you pay us week "is 75c, 95c now and save .money" J is 1.50 Ladies' Children's Shoes mnef j illUdl UD A 'S sational at Sen- 's Stock Bought at 57c on the Make Money and so do you, by buying at The ray's Hardware Store Rcuad St, LetMmdi Finlander-s Body Found -in Mine Entry at Wolf i "P1 jur Weil Known in Acting Dead a Month With all sincerity we recommend j" -John .Kutrama, a homesteader living ers, Constables Read and Jack, he set near -Sundiai post office, north west i out ror the tke; "city; was "found a day or two I'- it was a very --determined case of ironf the roof oi the es try 'suicide, "says the coroner, the roof be- of the old disused Beil coal mine in ing too low to bang himself standing VVpjf Coulee, nearX BbwviKe, tee unfortunate ;feliow bad knelt and roue's north oi" the city. The body when ioun'cT was. badly decomposed and life had." si early, been, extinct for a month or.'nio're..: it purely 'an accident that the found, at all, according to Ooroher AV'JS. H.umphries, who'return- ed--yesteniay afternoon from the place, strangled himself to death. He had used for the purpose a silk muffler be Had'- been nvteailng. He was a well dressed His: name was: learned from papers found ia pocket. They showed tnat.he vras "a Pin'iander by'birth, 35 in the after" investigating the circumstances j States "several vyears ago." He had a and" ordering the remains to be buried! homestead and" pre-emption near Sun- mine entry "is at the bottom dial, up in September, He-, -came-to "tne Lethbridge dis- Coulee, about three hundred ree'trdovrn from the, surface of the sur- It happened that on "Friday, Manager Sparrow, of the Staf- ford the '''same neighborhood, Albert Powell and iiad, come from the States to ipolc'over the Bell mine view it, west-.to the mine to look A few--feet they saw a'.crouching, the first im- that passed through their it was some drunken investigation showed that" he: wasr dead, having apparently hung fiimself from the roof beams. Coroner Humphries received a mes-' sage" on Saturday from Dr. Bryan, of uarmangay, him that a body iiad.ibeen found hanging in an old mine ancf'sq, with two mounted police offic- trict -to that from Astoria; Washington. Further inves- tigations by the-coroner pointed to the a painter by trade'. He 'painted of Commerce in -ago, and is Known--to- Mana'ger of that Jbranch? 'of bank. A: couple of months a'go neighbors of Kutrama told was actiiig .very strange. andij .ther {-were thinking, of bringing' him-'into' Lethbridge' to be examined 'doctor. _ Coroner Humphries issued, an order for; "and made rangements "fpr 'the-order to be carried out; but" Is' still-' waiting' to hear from any of J'his-' personal, friends or rela tivss.'VfAs'-near; as "can be ascertained he was a.-single.-man.- IALKEDON INS YOU KNOW That our Repair "Dept. :lias a': weir-deserved reputation for': executing the most reliable' repairs- Clocks are very u'n-" certain in their "action this" weather ana guess at the time quite a bit. If you have a clock in your house suffering in tfcst manner, let our Department-take it in hand and you. ma-y be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. ''Then-again, if yoirhave any article', or that wants- repairing.. bring it -along and wiirbe pleased to fix it for you. Charges. moderate. ESCAPE E.-A.EWERT Ro.und St. MWCTT IWUlll G.TJP. Agent Barely Es- capes From Biirn- Station -T. R. Agent Van Horni, his and three 11 small children, at Thorndale, had a j remarkably close call from being i burned "to'death" "at an early moralng i lire which destroyed the j Grand station tiiere. All were i asleep when ther broke out. It made'great almost j reached "the bedroom when iVlrs. Van, j Hcrce .was "smoke. JTr." I vr.n ..iionie tried to -get" Into the sta- uon but' so-- affected by-- smoke j and fire that it was alLiie could-do to .get his wife and little children out. Gets Busy Looking Something, at Edmonton For P.'MacKay, secretary of. the For.eign Missionary Society of the "Presbyterian church, delivered an in-1 spiring- address on China before- the j Guild-last evening. i By- a mental journey the doctor j toolc his hearers by boat from Van- westward to the Chinese coast and then several hundreds of miles "inland to one-of UiQ of llw are in the form of compounds, that is, ah area oi from five to ten acres enclosed by a .stone wall ten or twelve feet high, tiiere is a-, .gate guarded oy a" watchman. These .walls are suffici- ent; protection in ordinary times, and besides- enclosing the homes of the missionaries, a large portion of the mission is done-within them, suclt 'as the. schools., and .medical -at- s--! _." _ _: When .journeying, into." interior of country; it is take one.; such as books, fdodr -etc., f HRO-WS-; BORDEN DOWN Ottawa, B. Monk, and followers thlsv-moraing announce tliey wiu vote: against -Borden's, amendment to the, address' on "the ground that it is inasmuch as it refers exclusively Jx> the permanent policy of the 'government, whereas. Monk de- 'the people on the whole.-.; question 'including imperial armament inr general and the Canad- .NOT GUILTY JS'.ew. Bon- credited attacks" on 9r in tt% bfsxbe.en. here, some rilbtrs Invalid Port, as a pure OPOJRT6 WINE reason oi' its excellende and. intrinsic value, lias.become widely known. beiiig.largely purchased, nor only for tlie use of lor general sumption. v >Here is the Port per qi. battle Gilbjey's case of 12 qts. per pint bottle Gilbey's Invalid case of 21 pints The Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. 407 Second Avenue's. Phone 543 B eer as ersa 1 of tke Future eonsidering thV in .the popularity of beer during the last many writers do "predict that it.-will-.he the universal drink of the future. Even in wine has had its strongholds for centuries, gaining ground -rapidly. greatest wine country of-.them alibis fast becoming converted to: its use. V VlLftEETk'S PKIDE BEEB" the great.-Twentieth Century achievement, in brewing.'; that has .made beer so, generally." popular. Much of our success may be laid to the superiority .of the -water we alljbur gradients are .of. highest standard of Best Can- adian Half, best Tke Letnbricke Brewing and Limited PHONE 554 Edmonton'. Nov. 29.-T-R. B. Bennett will ask questions in the legislature know the expenditure of the province and nofciurnished on the capital account of telephones to October 21.1910; also what the capita! expenditure in Calgary during the same .time.. What was the way. yen- incj'uisi- .new the mis j ..i _. _ 1910 revenue, what -was the. 1910. cost'} --their And aiter Are you -arware of the large .number of o fipp that ar0 xv' V V Iy hardy en the prairie and YA'ill thrive there year afuer year, getting more beautiful every yearl i- We can seiicl 'you a selection of twelrei- varieties, t-lirce vears -mil all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at dinerent periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls. Spireas. Wiesrelias, Syrino-as, Eldiars: Berberries, Snowberries, Beutzias, Honey suckles, etc., etc. two -to three feet high, three .years old, regular value-S32.50. This all charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early- Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. 0. of operation. Otber questions to be put by the opposition are relative to the Medicine Mat coiirt house site; what when paid the C. N. R. and guarantees. Returns are also wanted showing all the fire insurance carried by the- pro- iVincft and in what, companies placsd.- i sessions will probably com- mence tomorrow. they'vhvc -oace .-.ijjiie gospel t-h'c to stav Xmas Suggestions This Week i; New The Windows Bafettes .Clocks MURDER AT DENVER Denyer. Nov.- Italian quar- the discovert- of the body of an Italian j I woman tjightlully mutilated in s. ciitch isix miles north of Denver. G'uiaro .Cellanto. member of the colony, said jhe -believed the body to be that of his ('wife who had been'missing four days. The ponce say the woman' was prob- ably, murdered to keep her from di- vulging information desired by the authorities. Jiaye' each mc'aiber :of .church Increase- his states- -.that. about "one-tenth are, do- -nmertcn'ths of "the, work, and he drew, "s'omc vivid pictures' of vrould occur if, the .whole mernbership woke 'up to the situation. BE. SHEARER- WILL ATTEND KJLLED BY THIRD RAIL Windsor. Nov. Leblartc. of Detroit, was instantly lulled on tae Michigan Central Railway this morn- ing by "getting on the third rail of the electric equipment for taking trains inrough the tunnel. He got a 4000 volt shock. A companion was thrown thirty feet but will survive. MISS THE 25 p. c. BISCOUN1 Now in Force on All of Cornel Travis' Swell Stock of 01 o tilin- A-sks Wniuipeg Couiiuis- sion to Wait for Him .Winnipeg. Xov. Dr. Shear- er has .wired that'he will attend the commission investigating the charges 'made by him against the police of Winnipeg. He asks that the commis- sion be held until he arrives. Aid. Me-! Donald, Mc.Manus, Willoughby and ex-i Aid.. Cox gave evidence. Morality Of-1 ncer Leach was on the stand in thej afternoon. He said that his duties were" chiefly putting down the dis- orderly houses outside the segregated j area and when be went down into district his orders were to enforce the! law, DENIES RUMOR Edmonton, Xov. D. Mann, nce-president of the C. N. R., is here today and declares that his company Has. never offered'to build to Fort Me- .Murray over the' route proposed by the A. G. W. .He'says the company may'-build tliar'direction soon, how- "Ladies' Canes Gold Umbrellas Ebony Handles and 8teiiiug 8ilver From to tAIl 25 p.er cent, in Your Favor Bltie Rivers Diamond' Jaeger Stones White Diamonds All in Perfect Stones Eig Showing1 Get Cliampion's Prices. -Libby's Xmas Shipment Out Glass 4 Just arrived i Endless Assortments Champion's Price on all Every day is like "day before Xmas" as far as is concerned. The had SUCH PRICES on such a Jewelry Layout in Lethbridge SEE CHAMPION TO-DAY EVERYDAY ;