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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBKK. Inquest On Alexander Hotel Accident Results in the Above Recommendation "That iho deceased. John Unnins.'( wended lilt' ik'ui lltltl lilt' j died as a result of injuries received, lower the cievntor while operating the elevator in tin-; before the lit.J> we o Alexandra hotel. U-thbridse. n e Alexandra hotel. lA-tilurmsf. i- i was ml. t unabl- from the evidence produced he was miu h hi ascertain the cause of the accident.; not swear the elevator being in running elevato, j "Wo would recommend that no boys j give definite evidence on of less than 16 years of be j Iiloved la running elevators." j Win. Lamb, yrobation ottiin. iaiu.u. Above is the-verdict of the coron-j 811V1. evidence as to the er's lurv, Rol't. Ximuions. foreman, uis mother had asked tut no. wMch vesterdav afternoon concluded to remain oat of scho 1 the inquest into the death of Johnnie i ,vork, as he would be m that such was the case. second floor reached round for tne particle ot oust, u..., j finding his predicament to release the mill In order to thproughly test ,t be- starting handle until caught and his i tore marsetlns. 'is a' ping of its own accord when too j sample Qr. flnest lMr ilerk of the hotel .Mr-, c' scitnce. r 7 Sg for these driver of Ui; hotel order no Oth6r fio- (From Oi'r Corriivp'-'n'krii) Two-Fifteen, Oct. thresh- ine has been done but some rigs are not even started yet. Yields are in- variably good. 40 bushels per acre and even more being the usual run of wheat. At present there is about 10 inches of snow over all, but with the warm sun the machines will soon be buzzing again. Mrs. 3. M. Atkinson is in the Letn- bridge hospital at present. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lind were visit- ing.Uieir daughter. .Mrisf.L. A. i IN Penmans Un- derwear we have tried to give expression to those qualities, which find favor in the eyes of exacting and a tremendous range of material, sizes and prices. t >i fef Men's Clothing Shop "FASHION CRAFT" FALL SUITS know i-lothes themselves -with three I1 artois: Fabric. l''il mid; Finish. Their iniportiuicc lios in their oo-rohitioii. .Any 6ue of the :i is iniji'irinnl.., lmt; one. or pvmi will uol make M satisfactory suit of clothes. All three must, he present to nssuro the proper resnll. "Fashion Cnil'i" ready-to-wear florliinii' lor men ami voting men is n eoinhinatiou depcTi-lahle I'ahrics e'tit lo'lil and hand lai'ored. 34 to (dies! measure. Special in "Fashion Craft" Slip-on Overcoats For immediate wear. Loose fivtirg or box models in several shades of hand woven KniiTtsh tweeds. Silk yoke and sleeves. Special to "Fashion Craft" Winter Overcoats New London model, of English or Scotch coalings in the no-west, colorings of green, l.rmvu, blue, or grey. Quarter Silk lined. Special to "Fashion Craft" Chesterfield Topcoats Hade in a suitable fall weight of black or grey soft finished melton. The conservative cut of this coat together with its smart elegance and excellence of material will add comfort and prestige to a man's IS l, fall wardrobe. Special to STORE. WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY UNTIL 7 P.M. Fifth St. S. Lethbr.idge LOUIS Coth- ing Shop Gdn't Suffer pom PSIc send For Free Trill Treatment. No matter How lohilbf vour druggist today and get s csnt of TPrramid HIa Treatment. It scenes. Paim Canyon, ior about eight miles, miles in a uay ;.uu scenes. The two automobile drivers, stecker and Eddie McDowd. travelled the entire distance without a except for the filming ot the a distance of aootll thickly studded with wonderful trees and the legend is that the seeds were originally car- ried there In the migration of birds. Scenes from this remarkable can- yon will be shown in the film play. At the Empress A most thrilling story is told by picture "His navy The majestic dreadnought, the Queen Elizabeth, is the centre of attraction, surrounded byiscores of. other war ves- sels super-dreadnoughts, battleships, toruedo boat destroyers and sub- marines. Kitchener's "mob" is seen in its many stages of advancement. Millions of dollars worth of munitions are seen in the making.. Every pos- sible phase of Britain's resources are 31 Die jiniiBc pictured with wonderful accuracy. The of "Britain Prepared" to Leth- hrldge will be a notable event, and as the showing is for three days-starting Monday, ample opportunity will be given all to see the films Tlie Smile From n Siaslf vrlll sivo nml a'slnulo box o'ton euros. AtrialEacknaemallcd free In pUUQ wrapper If rou send us coupon below. FHEE sanpi.E COUPON PYRAMID BEtTG COUPAHT, E3 Pyramid Bids., Marshall. Mich. Kmdlf send mo a Free sample of plain wrapper. Itreet plCLurt; in f- shown at the Empress theatre for tae last time tonight, in which Marguer ite Snow is being featured. The story is of a young ragamuffin ifrom the slums who is accused ui I murder wrongfully, in connection with 'the burglary in a house of a prominent member of society. The society peo- ple take up his case, and incidentally tlia-o detclcps a most interesting story of conspiracy in connection with muni- cipal politics. Don't fail to see this picture. At the MajestlC provnca sece day, an opportunity will be given to ____ Beat for Liver and Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach, Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated' tongue, head and nose clogged up with a' trace this to liver: delayed, fermenting food in the, bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the-lift testines, instead of. out of the system is re-absorbed Into the. blood. When this poison reaches tne: delicate brain tissue it causes con-, gestion and that dull throbbing, sick- ening headache. Caacarets. immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the .sour undigested, now ,f00d and foul gases, take the ei.ess the life ot the organization. the and carrry out all in a recent circular issued bj. th n a waste matter and pois-, iie U. F. A. MEMBERSHIP AT HIGH-WATER MARK y.rv..Satisfactory Condition is Report- ed by Provincial Secretary Woodbridge Oct. of that, great provincial organization, the United Farmers of will be pleased to.know that according to the latest information the membership Is now greater than It-has ever been in tiff, nf (Ixt nririii.izOtiOll. What the Press Agents Say tonight surely A; Stnrlanrt i The ever popular Sweet will tie seen for the last timas.tonlght In the great drama. "The Thousand Dollar Husband." This is 'probably, the greatest of Miss Sweet's wonder- ful silent drama appearances, and gives her-ample scope for her many and attractive talents as a screen star. In her recent productions she has ap- peared in many different roles; in "The as a child of the slums; In "The as _ tho daughter of an anarchist; ill me as a. member of a royal Rus- sian household, but in "The Thousand Dollar Husband" she is seen in the most startling of her many portrayals. This is, without doubt, her greatest .uccess to date. At The Orphctim REYNOLDS MAKES RECORD TO FILM SCENES IN PALMS Director Lynn Reynolds set a new record for travel by automobile to secure scenes for the five-reel Red Feather-feature, "It Happened in Hon- which is at.Hhe OrDhBum to- hieht for the- last time, when he took includiri.g Mlsir Myrtle Fred 'c'lmrdi OUR STORE HAS BEEN LEJJ We Must Vacate -in 15 CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK 8, "loves and Shoes. KVEBYTHINfi- MUST GO. the The Gash Store 416 Thirteenth Street North. Formerly The Furniture Co. liiisert. j ;