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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Just because we are having this big Piano Sale is reason AV h y you should not call and >see our new stock of Sold in this store at the fair- est of t h e fail- prices and on eas- iest -terms.. Call and see us. House FurmsMngs G i v e us trial and be con- vinced. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 324 Crabb Street 3 Doors from Bank of Montreal LETHBHEBGE, ALBERTA THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1909 A COMING M. P. i A Sketch of. the Career of the Liberal Candidate in Strathcona. (Strathcbna Plaindealer) Mr. James M. Douglas, the Liberal candidate for the vacancy in the House of Commons, created by the untimely death of. Dr. Melntyre, "is well known throughout the northern part of the Strathcona constituency, and to the people here he requires no introduction. Since, however, he has come into the public eye ?.s a candi- date for a seat in Parliament a few facts about him will be of interest. He is the eldest son of Rev, and Mrs. James Douglas, veteran Presby- terian western missionaries, now liv- 'g in retirement in Edmonton, and as born in 186S, at Lanark, j He west to Manitoba, with his parents in 1S7S and in that province SHE1MDTO TAKE HER UFE his youth was spent and his 'education obtained in the schools of Morris, and Winnipeg. He qualified as a teacher and for some time taught in the schools of Manitoba, but decided Appears In Court At Magratb-Spring Wheat Hits Big Average Magrath, Oct. Elsie Rob- inson, who is employed as chamber- maid at the hotel, appeared before Justice Stacey on Wednesday on a charge of attempting to commit sui- cide on the previous day. She was placed under bonds of to ap- pear in court at Letbbridge for trial. She tried to end her life by drinking a quantity of wood alcohol, but was discovered in the act and her life was saved through th? prompt efforts of 1 the physician who was hastily sum- MpVtNG PICTURES, VAUDEVILLE, 1. PcreMiJoi An Incident of the Franco- Russian War. 2. Forced to Flay Cop 3. A Home At Last 4. Interesting Play Barrett Co. In "Abraham Lincoln, the Man With the People." Snowie Maybelle The Dainty Commecl- ienne NOTICE that he would prefefr a business ear-j her rash dccd Daily Herald's Patterns SHAKES DICE WITH DEATH AND Chicago Man Gambles for Lives of j I Wife and Himself; Tragedy of I an I'die and Dissipated j Wretch.' i ____ j Chicago, Oct. Chrisman threw dies with death and lost. j Chrisnian staked not only his own life but his wife's, and, in a sense, that of their five-weeks-old baby. Losing, he stabbed his wife six times. She i is dying. .Then he.. poisoned himself. j j "I threw five Chrisraaii said j with his last breath. "I j two sixes came up I would i go to work. If two aces came up be-1 j fore the sixes I .would kill her and i j-myself. I threw several i i "The two aces came up It was -his last word. j Chrisman, a barber, 49 years old, i has been idle and dissipated since L 1-tresning for bath or HALF THE TOIL of household work Is taken away when Sunlight Soap is brought into the home. For thoroughly cleansing floors, metal-work, walls 2nd woodwork, Sunlight Is the most economical both in time and money. and in 1836 entered the mercan- tile life as a clerk. In 1393 he carne to Edmonton arid became senior clerk for the W. Johnston Walker firm of that city. About twelve years ago he. came with his B. Douglas, then of Winnipeg, to Strathcona and they formed, a partnership as general mer- chants .andNbegan.the building of the splfendid .business whiieh. they still own and continue to develop. In 1896 the subject of our sketch, married Miss Pickertbn, of Glasgow, Scot- land, who now shares with her hus- band the honor that the Liberals of te constituency have bestowed upon him. Mr. Douglas has for the past two years, been, president of the- Strath-" j cona Board of Trade, a post which he has filled gi'eat acceptance Mr. Earl pingrcy left last week for Utah where he will attend school this winter. Service will be held in the Presby- terian Church next Sunday evening at 7. 30" o'clock. Excavations are being made for ths fine new residence -of Abe Shelton, north of Berg Ellington's. Mr. James Stacey is building an ad dition to his- home. Mr. J. Bradshaw threshed a patch of spring wheat last week, which contained 23i acres. It yielded a to- tal of bushels, or- roughly speak ing. 55 'bushels to the acre. This was sown on land "that was summer- fallowed last year, and shows what the right kind of cultivation will duce. Mr. Bradshaw. says he has had the poorest crop this -year that he has had since coming to the country. j the baby was born. not had proper food When Home Sunday she scolded him. but SHIRTWAIST PARiS PATTERN NO. 3053 All .'Seam's.- Allowed. out; The smart effect of this simple shirt-j not for her own sake waist will recommend ifc to the well-i "Give me some monev she dressed wom2n. The closes at "for the baby's sake.' I must the lert sicVof the front. Wide tucks something to eat for the babv's adorn both front ,nd the two: "I have 20 said Chrisman i tucics on the snoulcler of being stitched and giving a low. Silk, m.essalinc, wool j moneyr and linen be used for the mak-! his wife's cheeks. Life buoy Soap Is delightfully '.re- st. For wash- i ui IUMCL. nor "e a The Young People's Association of' a-Ccordance with plan already" ar- ie Presbyterian Church held and attempt to establish her A large consignment of Pearl and Diamond Set Jewelry has just arrived, including UiyH I U_ Presbyterian Church, held a liter- ary meeting in the church last Fri- day evening, the subject taken beiri- several of Tennyson's poems, read by various members, a.: lively discussion following and theirv merits forth. The. meeting was much enjoy- ed, and it is to be hoped that more o. the- young people will take advan- tage of these meetings. There will be meeting next Friday evening in the church, the subject being "Current Events." DENSE FOG CAUSES that last in Mrs. Eddy's place as head of the Christian Science church. "It is my belief thst 5fi: dead: Foster Veont Vermont, has visited' here and hejfalo Detroit, Oct. dense foj interrupted river navigation night and caused several street car collisions early today, resulted-in the death of ,an unidentified boy, about eight years' old, who was run over by an automobile at Jefferson avenue and' Chene -street. Nearly a dozen e cut and bruised in street car collisions on cross town lines. None of them we're fatally hurt. The- steamer Frank S. Eirby was compel- led to anchor in the lower Detroit river all night, with a score of pass- from Put-in-Bay; and the is': steamer ''Tonista, of the Anchor E. J.I arrived 12 hours late after a cautious Centre, {passage across Lake Erie, 'from Buf- FOR HOGS One Blenheim Firm Pays Nearly That Much DIAMOND EARINGS BROOCHES Etc., Etc. Diamond Earings Brooches Diamond Rings LOCKETS TIE PINS from to from to from to INCORPORATED 1359. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer chants and Farmers invite-! Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of Sl.OO and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Agency for the ICelebrated BALL and HOWARD Blenheim, Ont., Oct. 2.-Blenheim and vicinity have every reason to feel proud of their stock buyers. During the past 51 weeks' Sterling Co. shipped hoes to Toronto, briTiging to Hamilton, for S35..390.84; 3 415 f and Hull, for to Montreal for a total of hogs, fetching This is in gross amount about half a million dollars handled by this firm for thdr large list of pleased customers-- among th'c farmers. .About 600 hogs were bought weekly, a-nd the cash paid the misers kept many 10- raisers with a goodly supply of 11 Pin money extra .besides 'that receiv- gjed from" the product of "the soil. We can supply you with everything you want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game fcr you when you return Come to a, up-tc-dafe SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get what you want at right prices Tiie letfibriilgE Spoptiiig Hoods Coup Edison's October Records just in WATCHES R. A. WRIGHT The Live Jeweller Established 1898 DOGS BARKED AND CHILDREN WERE'SAVED Toronto. Oct. the! barking of dogs early this morning, Mrs. Jack Thompson, Danvers ave- nue, though ill, jumped.from bed and across the street into Mrs. Simon rescued the lattor's children wlio were nlone in the house, 'from-'.death, by fire, which was burning fiercely in the stable adjoining the house and; had spread to. the: roof of, the Max cot- tage. The stable was dostroye3 bat the., cottage was saved by the firamen. UPTON'S POOL ROOM 1 i Is supplied v.-itb the IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Correction Basement of Oliver Block ;