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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttosda Moose Head Brand of Furs "Our new Pall Pur and Tweed Coats for inen have arrived and the newest and most com- plete range of smart up to the min- ute clothes for men who look for .style; and durability combined. to Men's to MEN'S CASHMERE HALF Worth 35c pair. Special for one day only 5 pr.. for 51.00 MEN'S' DRESS AND WORKING Lined and vLnlined in. mocha, horsehide ana dogskin. .from to A Pew Odd Sizes in Different Weights of Lamb's Wool Under- clear special on Friday and Saturday. Begular and -82.00 per suit. Special price Saturday -.Man's and Boys' Hats and Caps for present ison wear, just placed in MEN'S HAIR FUR BOY'S FUR FELT shape, with colored bands, up from' y. MEN'S FANCY flannel and knit- ted wool. This season's latest, from to WADDED AND EIDERDOWN BED COMFOBTEBS The Wadded Comforters are the best quality tliat can be procured for-the money' T.he filling is of pure ,White Cotton and the cov- erings of'Art Silkaiines: prices' fronl A Mag-iiificent Range of Comfort- with -the purest se- cohered with a grade of English Art Sateen Up v''.-from.' CM .-TA IAL. VALUES IN LADIES' FALL AND Cotton -Sheetings and Pillow Cot- pure white cotton of fine even weave, thoroughly bleach- ed has a fine needle 36 .in.- yd. lOc, 12 l-2c 15c Special Bleached strong English "Sheeting woven from selected cotton full bleached and free from frilling. 72 in. wide. Per yard .35c SPECIAL ALL WOOL GRAY "guar- antee this flannel. It is without do.ubt tlie best flannel to be had at the price; 26 in. wide and free from grease. Per arc! ...___. .20c 25c 40c adies Coats in ail the leading styles and colors. Made of Tweeds. Wide Whale Serges. Cheviots B eaver and Price s'ffrpni -Ladies Coats COATS "of-all wool Broadcloth, "double-breasted, sjiawL collar and turn back cuffs, trimmed with corcl silk. In colors navy. Piices from Ladies Coats Made of .-all wool Tweed, woven in bas- ket weave effect, de- sigiieclin semi-fitting style, with 'the closing to the left sidev fast en-- ing with'large fancy buttons: military col- iaiy. sleeve and body; linecl throughout. Prices from 15.00 to GRAND AND ley. Toledo, for company. It, SETTLE the M_sjr-l to Chicago. The board.of ar-t ..JDitratioiL -between, the Grand- trunk {FORMAL .systeai. 'and. its telegraphers -is an- ,tnis-' afternoon. Under the tribunal, -which is a mutual arrange- ,3aent -and not under the Lemieux act. the. operators are granted a, slight in- crease .and a number of 'in .working conditions. 'The dpar'd consisted PROCLAMATION r OF 'ELECTION 3iexico City.-Oct; proc-l iamation of the election of General r-, Diaz and Ramora Corral as I Xemarkable Gathering of -ef: J. Bu- chairman: P. J. Reynolds, Re- for 'teleprapiiersvartd W. H, Ash- gress. president years from. Dec.. .1st toflar a committe made appointed fc---- purpose' by the National- Con- )ignitaries of Roman Catholics October car- ITALIAN OFFICIAL! WANT GRAFT Winnipeg, Oct.-. i D f Controller Waugh, who returned this The -Fire-Bos of s The Oven1 Is "Don't you think proportioned in one to the other? We do, and have made'-a .different sized fire-box for each different sized ovcn'_-: If the fire-box is too large for the ilse result is a. waste of fuel; if it is too small, inefficiency. You will find this all-important scientifically proportioned fire no other make itzt uie morning: from Chicago, the-new as- pnait-McAdam paving' being adopted fby -Winnipeg as a'standard-' pavement will revolutionize street paring-; ;-He has' seen the parement oeingj put I ainrus, the most notable -on .'Boulevard in Chi- princes of the Roman Catholic Church j easo Chicago. Winnipeg1 will- ex- ited States were included. jPenment :_-.. Among the prelates were: The Most Rev. John M. Farley. D.. Arch cllolera situation at St. Peters- bishop of New York, the consecraror. shows' some" improvement and Cardinal Vannutelli, the papal! Ttie Canadian 'Kailway Accident In1 legate; Cardinal Gibbons, the onlv j snran-ce -Company, of Ottawa, has been', American cardinal, and- Cardinal j bed by the; Liverpool, London i the primate of Ireland. i and Globe. .ebuild ing of Mpssina -Unless They Are Paid Kome? Oct. firm of English constructors has proposed to rebuild Messina, approved by the governments clear the CHOLERA. ON' STEAMER-. FOR AMERICA York. Oct. The '-steamship Santa --Anna, from, French and Italian Recipe for 16 Ounces of Cough Syrup You. assured that 'your purchase of this stove Trill aitord in any size of fire-box -sskntifically proportioned to the size of the -oven. ..There- lin lies the secret of 'your cooking success and'1 .sjitisiac- Write for the free book that tells yes about jt. .Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Brentford. at Quarantine, No Better Remedy at any Price, .a case of cholera'aboard. 'The Fully Guaranteed. i tim. a man the died on 1 Sept. 25 and was buried at Two' .ptser cases of intestinal trouble irP plain oy, mixing two rtvco f- are j cups of granulated sugar and one cup aberration, .meanwhile the j of warn water and stir for two" min- Anna, carrying ,221 first cabin utes. Put 2% ounces pure Pinex. passengers, some of them prominent cents' worth} in a 16 oz. bottle, Americans, and 1077 in tlie steerage fil1 lt u? Sugar Syrup. held as a possible gives 70U a supply of the pendins turruer inveni-aticn rL i T.est COKgh syrup ac a of ?2- -X' r Jt 2ever spoils. Take a teasnbohful h, "n? n foresomg was every one. two .or three hours, .made b> Dr. Doty, healtn Mincer oi( The effectiveness of this simple aie who has to "emedy is surprising. It seems-'to' choi-era .country dur-; take h.old instantly, and and to negotiate a. loan ,pf to the municipality -af 3 1-2 per cent. The reconstruction "of'the city would pccupy live''years, according to a pro P'osal thef-municipal tnonties, 'it. A representative.of the firm was summoned an in- citizens, that if-th-3.firm wai ing. to pay theni tney tvo'Ud have the proposal t The agent asked-what they wanted. One was 'willing to accept and the other-'insisted'-on ,2-'per cent. The agent returned to-Rome and ask- ed the minister of public- works .wheth er it was the custom "in Sicily'to bribe ornciais. The minister was indignant and the 'case was brought before parliament. Meanwhile, .the two citizens suing the agent for-slander. The Messina ruins remain "as, on the day of the great earthquake. the epidemic abroad to the' Santa Anna he h .caution detain-d the' fn a Virginian from Naples. stop the most obstinate .cough in 24 hours' Tt toaes 3'aded appe- is just 5axative enough to be helpful in a cough, and has a pleas- CAUGHT A YEAR AFTER CRIME WAS COMMITTED Winnipeg, Oct. Larsen Canted for over a year'in connection with a hold up on the old' Tait home- was arrested _ as he was 'boarding a train for Sask. With Tom Collins and. Karl Miller he-framed up a hold-up, but Mi HARVEST FESTIVAL The Harvest Festival meetings''in connection -with the local Salvation. Army corps were great success. The decorations were most tasteful. a large arch of wheat and oats extend- ing the whole-length of the platform, -rith a good sized photo of the leader, 'ieneral Booth, in, the centre. The by Capt. 'Ad- ams were good spir- tual times; On Monday night, the teachers and chnoren of the Sunday school' gave an entertainment, which took .the onn of a Harvest Home. Capt. .Ad- ams gave a recitation suitable fori .arvest time; Y. -Rople, Se.rgt' Daw- on, and Bro. -Redshaw represented'! he lan-diord and farmer; five 'boys pent through the ploughing exercise. The, teachers sang together "Harvest iorae. and sowing the seed vas-'dbne by twelve little., erent parts of the Bible arvest time, were" read hy Y. Rople, reasurer Mrs. G. Wilson and Corp. Teas.'Bro. Tuff; Bandmaster. Hardy and ,jMrs._ Hardy 'rendered a duet; a olo-was sung by Eva The! and played a selection while the of-! enng was taken up. A quartette >by[ isters Rosaine, Wilson. Redshaw' nd Hopwood. Band Sergeant Tul- 'Ch took his parC well as the 'Enemy j n "Sowing the Tares among vneat." The'song. "Weary Glean- was vrell .taken in parts by leut. Stride, Cadets Carter, McLen- an and Eva Dawson; solo, Mrs. Fredi 'nspn; the Young Peoples Leader, rs. heartily welcomed on! e platform, having -been awav from-! duties as leaser for two months ow-j ing .to sickness. The success of the i harvest festival meetings was due to the hard work of Band Sergt Tul- Jocn, Willie Tuiioch and the officers of the corps. on the request of -John Mit- chell and Goveirnor .Hughes to- night apointed "to -in-" and .to formulate such measures as may be found ad.T, visable for purpose of .promoting a more normal distribution of popu- The_ situation- 'in, China. said to be such that, foreigners are in danger; 3ALFOUR HAS HOPES Oct. ing taste. Also excellent for bron- who is a prize a ros- chial trouble, throat tickle, sore lungs murder -bv .wresting a gun-'from and an unequalled xem-} t. for whooping Collins, who was caught and given This recine for making cough Larsen has been work- edy -with Pinex and Sugar Syrup (or inS in. the city honestly at a trade .ba- strained honey) is a prime "favorite for "a year, thinks it hard lines 'n- v rally here to-! in thousands of homes in the United, to be tried by a JUT Hon. A. .1. Balfour, in concluding1 States and panada. The plan has ;his speech, referred to the subject o> I i colonial preference. He looked j vvard with real misgivings to j JBg of another i with the nrfiSftT though never-success- FIFTEENTH Rnnv If yoa use only genuine BODY. Whicl1 is ths most valuable! Oct. 5.-The fifteenth concentrated compound 'of was' found in .the 'rains of the GEOBGEH.LING FOR LETHBR.'DGE. lore. He looked forward, hov.-evcr A of absolute satisfaction, jW'iLh IncreaSns hope to the Vospect' Promptly refunded, goea of thp f ior you., if J' J Bend to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont Kegina local have taken over the King Edward, a half million ctoiiar hotel, and will run it without a bar. i RUE BILL BROUGHT JN AGAINST ROBERT PARKER I Belleville. Ont., Oct. 5.-The Grand' Jury yesterday afternoon -brought in a true bill against Robert Parker. 73 a trapper, charged with the murder of William Masters. The accused was immediately pleading cot guilty in a clear voice. In April Masters left his house in Hungerrord to draw wood, and the team returning alone, search was ''in- stituted, and the remains discovered a .bullet hole entering :eft arm- emerging near to the right hip it- was impossible for the wound to nave been self-inflicted. oner's jury charged Parker with the crime, there being soms sort of fued oetween. Parker and the deceased. Iii all sizes Fits any slice. If you are flat foot- ved or have broken ankles or rheuma- tism' In the feet These will be of great benefit to you and make LIFE'S WALK ;