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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Bally "Herald, Tuesday, October lltb, 1910. -f pop Soon To Ling's, if you haven't already "been on the inside" you-re miss- ing the best Hardware Bargains of a decade. Soon Hop or you'll miss the sxiost wanted lines that are dealt in the most active way daily, delay, but Hop Along and Ms array of clerks want to. see you, want to hand you a lot tMiigs. Lemons) COME TOMOBBOW rlnyOldHop Him Lethbridge's Newest Hardware Merchaht-Him successor to Hayr Bros.--Hlm stung with top much goods, Him bought too much--Him didn't know the folks Hayr Bros, too enthusiastic-Ling from Toronto fresh, thought he buy him had Him no pipe-dream--Him got Hardware and got it good-Him buy more hardware--quantities--carloads-- Make average merchant stagger-Now him Him busy, lizzy every day--Him got 13 white men handing out the store full every day from daylight till dark-Him got good prices-him doing things-- working to beat (going some) Hfei Not Hard Up--Him "Loaded HOTEL ARRIVALS Grady, war- 'ner, Mrs J. Baron, .John i Henderson. Medicine Hat; T. A; l.'u- jcierwoocl, Grassy Lake; H. "A. Sin- jaou, Calgary, E. P, .Sternberg, Tor- onto; S. G. Baird, A. H, Clark. T. E. Barker, C. W. Baktr. CalRaryi; T. X Christie, GV Morrison. Dia- mond City; Mrs. Kirkaldie, Great Falls; 0. L. Smith..Cedarville, Ohio: j W. K. Hyslop, Carmangay; W. F. 'Garry, Swwtgrass, Mont-.; C. A. Hunt and wife. Milk River- B J Smith, W. S. Ferns, San jl. B. Brockhouse, Milk F. McLean anil daughter, Fsmie; Miss F. Cirady, Warner; J. p0l- ariski, Milk River; F, A. Hart, Cal- garyi; John Wright, Monarch; W. C. McKillican, Calgaryi; A. M: Jarvis. T. A. McAuiey; M. G. Whimster, J. Herney, H. H! Fitzshnmons, R, W. Foe" C. W. Jones, J. Creasy.'Calgarvj; Alex-j- andcr Sharp, Orient; M. Macdonald, T. T. Calgary; W. M. Fulton-, Winnipeg. LETHBRIDGE-W. H. Say-der J M. Rugg, St. Pant: A. W. Xictmann. Chicago-, W. B. Davis, Milwaukee- E. Kendall and wife, Calgaryr M. Nealv Winnipeg; H. H.' Free, 'Great-Fall's: Thos.' Glendenning, Calgary; J; W. Collis, J. To- rontde F: A. Pine, Ida Mrs: C. W. Ahern, Claresholm.; Mrs! Bromiiey.. Miss .W iff en. Barons; M, M. Steele, Pincber Creels; Grace Lind- say. Great Falls; E.' Air- drie, A. A. S. E. Clark, New ,S. K.-.Pey- Gold Butt-e. Mont.0. J; B. P.ascor, S. J. Wake, High Alex. G. Granbreok; D. M. Ross, Monarch; R. 'E. Moffatt, W.Upton, .'Calgarvr. S. M. Richards, Winnipeg; M. Nikolis hok, Blairmore; Wm. T. Williams, Medicine Hat; Mrs." L. Grassy Lake; W-. Hat; Wm. Radclifie; "Winnipeg; H. A. Calgary; R-.-L.-'Hvslon. Bur- dette. Dan J. Lucy, E. 'S. .Y.-Payne H'. .E. Hodgins, B, Calgary; r 9i COAL OIL a Buy You Want Rope, Nails, Washing Machines, Churns, Guns, Riflefe, Revolvers, Ammunition, De- coys, Stanley Planes, All Tools, Brass Candle Sticks. Enamelware, Tinware, Stoves, c, i P i j o i Heaters, Scissors, Boilers, Shovels, rorks and Spades. Bought His Head Off nish, Oil Shingle Tint, Stain Liquid Veneer, Barb Wire, Chicken Wire, Stove Pipe, El- bows and Picks. rn twice loo Goods at Unloading Prices Galvanized sizes aiid large sizes; Wood Fibre and Pa- per Tubs, in ail sizes; Brooms and Whisks: Bread and Cake Boxes: Flour Tins in all sizes; Rodgers 1847 Cutlery and Silver Knives. Spoons and Forks: Carvers, Ham Slicers. Bread Knives. Butcher Knives. Cleavers and Meat Saws. French Cook Knives. Double Cookers, Roasters. Savoy Boast- ers at Unloading- Prices. Has the "Black come to .your, home i.VV. Let him show you.-.the quick and easy tvay to-sitine- the stoves. "_'.' "Black all the hard dirty-'; work out of stove It's a is i no watery mixture to-be; prepared, Just a few rubs with'cloth, or-, brings a mirror-like; shine; that' '7011 can, see your face And the shine lastsi Most dealers handle arid aiend "Black Knight" Stove PoBsii.-.'- If your dcfclercannot supply ice. for a big postpaid. THE F. F, CO. LIMITED, Hamilton, Oat. "2 in- J" Siiof Ling has by Over 250 Disston Saws Hayr Bros, bought half of them Ling bought the peo- ple will soon have their Disston the "Unloading Price." 75c buys Worth of Enamelware at Ling's 40c buys a 75c Hammer at Ling's o That's Whv 5c. bljys 4c and 50c Evefy Articles at Lings re to Foundry Prices at 10 and 15 Stoves daily leave the store for Lethbridge homes Mrs. 0. F. A. A. Smith, Medicine S. "Arri- son, J. H. McNeil and wife, Warner; Torring- tou, Wyo.r, J. M, J. C. Peterson, Winnipeg; .D. an, .Larsen and wife. Miss Larsen, "Wash.; Alex. Maclean, Calgary. Winnipeg E. J. Grigg, -Win. Mar- shall, Milk Ri-Fer; J'osBpfr Raymond; D. R. Calgary: Chas. Laub, Wm. Brockerrnan, Beav- er City, Neb.; Strath- more; Mrs. A. Duridas, Calgary; W. H. White, Midnaporei; C: W. Richard- son, Calgary; J. G. Ward, London, Ont.i; Wm. "J. Emde, Coaldale; H. S. Kill, Milk River; N. McPhedran, Calgary; Mrs. J. Birkback. Winni- peg; -Henry Smith, Carmangay: A. G. McGuire, Pincher Creek; Ed. Ditt- 'Cullitan, -Milk Hi .H. Ash, Claresbolm. Bush, Calgaryi Miss Emma Jones, Raymond1; S. A Meyman, Bowville; G. H. Al- fred Carlson, Optic; A. Me Alpine, W H. Faulham, Wilber Bay, Bowville; Aug. Hiererish, Saskatoon, Sask..; Mrs. L. G. Miller, Chinook, Monti.; Gco. Bowen, H. F. Corn- wall, Milk Riven; C. Selk, Stirling; G. L- Warpman, Macleod; P. E. Hougstad, 0. Martin, Taber; Mrs. J. McLellan, Blairmory. A. Egger, C. A- Nickerson, Cardston; W. Badford, F. Ohman, T. B. Kane, ,R. J. Fraser. Iron Springs; T. E. Tennant, Milk River; T. J. Thomas, Frank; T. A. Casement, James Yatt, Grassy Lake. F. Lasksr, Sweet Grass; W. J. Smith, Milk River; J. A. Orr, Calgary; S. A. Austin. Wil- son ville, Neb.; Mrs. O. Boe, Barong; Miss Olive Solberg. Claresholm; Wm' Campbell, Hearnleigh, Scotland; Her- man Ulrich, Havre, Mont.; Dr.- L. W. Rosenkraus, Hallsteaii, Pa.; C. A. Russell, Passburg, Alta.; John Pai.s- loy, Cranbrook. Walker, Spokane; E. L. Whipple, Diamond City: J. W. Farley, James Larsen, Sund'ial; F. R. Sandon and wife, Rosemeacl; W. L. Anderson, E. Sweeny, Edmonton; J. Webster, Cowley; F. Roopman. i F. T. Damp, Carlstadt; L. M. Jcnks I W. Blakcy, A. L. Talbot, Barr Olaf Anderson, Lewis Severson, J. G. Olson. Burdett; Wilfred Johnson. Wm. Donaldson, jr.. Wm. Donaldson, sr., Burdett; 0 W. Mar- tin. P. E. Hangs tad, Taken; Chas. I) Greigsr, Moneta, Iowa; P. F.-Mur- phy, Sundia'i: C. Leroy Crawford, Percy Hunt, Iron Spring's; L. Turner, Cout'ts: H. Silvcrrsen, Sundial; John Higgius, Taber: J. Malony, Stirling; Albert Graham. Barons; G. M. Mc- Elhany, Stirling W, S. Blackmen and wife. Courts; C. 0 Burdett; Hans. P Dahlen, Sundial; Albert Yack, Conrad. John Potter- moved his "iWaeioldV" goods to Medicine. Hat last for the'wintisr Thursday night a was held, at the .residence of liTns for the benefit "of Eld: .-.Wrigiit' A goodly num'ber''were, all had a -good time. another of L Fred Morey. One gets L ones.-neighbors and tits may be derived erings if conducted in we think tMs one Who said we-were to J have" road agent here? it makes us all feeL as- were alive, and not. an panjv It will help our tiian before and give I' courage, etc. F-cank Mttle has potatoes.. eigh a pound apiece and irrigate either. That .is pretty for a dry summer. 'We 'hear a" hare in. Winnifred. Glad to' hear such good news.. It is 'nsneh needed. ;f, The Ladies" Aid meets at' resi- cience of Mrs. jBeeth" "Wvei-ybody come and meet your- friends and work too. And now the wild geese have :com-'. menced to fly. 'Time to iget.your fail- work done and stables fixed' up be-' fort the fall storms will come, and cold weather too. EIGHTY YIARS OF ABE SUFFERED 28 YEARS Then fcy Qin CMRGED WITH KILLING AUNT Chariottetown, Oct. Victor Hudson, oi Standhopc. has been arrested, charged with the death of his aunt, Johanna Hudson. He was released on bail. The prelimin- ary hearing set for Wednesday. Mrs. McMaster, sister of the doce'as- ecl, told the officers who went to in- vestigate, that on Tuesday, after Jo- hanna Hudson had taken a cabbage from his he followed her to their house. They barred the door and .1 fight took place ;it the window be- tween Johanna and Victor, each arm- ed with sticks. Mrs. McMaster went to the kitchen to get a stick ;ind whan she returned Johanna was lying insensible on the floor. Remember, right at the start, that Gin Pills are not a cure If you have Small-Pox, Typhoid Fever or Con- sumption, there is no use in your taking Gin Pills because they probably would not do you any special good. Gin Pills a "hit-or-miss" remedy. They are a scientific prep- aration for the Kidneys and for Rheumatism, Lumbago Back, and are niade and guaranteed by the largest wholesale drug- Canada. For the special diseases mentioned, Gin Pills have proved their great'value in thousands of cases. Here is a case in point. AnnapoHs, N. S., May 14thr "I Tvish to give testimony "to the be-' nefits I have received from the use, of Gin Pills. I am over eighty years-of age and have been suffering from Kidney and Bladder Trouble for about fifteen years. I took doctors' medicines but got no help. I want to thank you for sending me the sample box of Gin Pills I took, and found it helped me. J have taken six boxes of Gin Pills, but got relief before I had taken near- that amount I used to get up some nights' every fifteen minutes and had to use-an instrument rjtef ore I could urinate. Now, I can lie in bed four or five without getting up. I can 'truthfully say that I am nearly cured and am still taking Gin PIUs and shall always keep a. box in the W. H. Pl'ERCE. If you are suffering with your Kidneys sharp, shooting pains through back and your Bladder is if you are all crippled up with Rheuma- tism or Pills will do you good. We give you a chance to test them. Write National Drug Chem. Co. LimitedDept, A.D., Toronto, for free sample bor and you will receive it by return mail. Regular size boxes are sold by dealers at 50c., 0 for 33 During a row at the Brighton Beach j i-Jotel, Sandwich, in which two color- Jed men had R parr, Edward Williams j is alleged to have slashed Richard j.iackson in the neck so that H stitches to sew up the gap Ice Western Transfer Co. 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