Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHttltlDai DAILY HERALD, TUMOAY, OOTOMft II, HH. Cvital art lot Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading attached negotiated at any of the 113 Union Bank Branches in Western Canada. Notes discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order, Drmft or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Now is the time to open a Savings Account. Interest if paid at the highest current rate and money may be withdrawn at any time. opens an account. Lethbridge et. Managtr. Stirling F Manager. Qrasiy Lake Branch- ft. W. Balllit, Managtr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FORElG N COUNTRIES have recently been completed under which the branches of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal points in the following countries: Austria-Hungary Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Ceylon China Crete Denmark Egypt Faroe Islands Finland Formosa France Ff'ch Cochin-China Gerfbany Great Britain Greece Holland Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Java Manchuria. Mexico, Norway Persia Philippine Islands Roumania. NO DELAY IN ISSUING. FULL PARTICULARS Russia Servia Siam South Africa Straits Sweden Switzerland Turkey _ West Indies 173 and elsewhere ON APPLICATION tethbridge branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager IMPRESSIVE MILITARY FUNERAL WALKED IN SLEEP Montreal, Oct. funeral of .Brigadier General Buchan, late com- mander of the Montreal military dis- trict which took place ort Saturday "was the most impressive of the kind which has ever taken place in' Mont- real. _ The service -wae held in Christ i Church Cathedral, the officiating j clergyman being the Bishop of Mont-j real, tvho yras assisted by the Chap- lains of the difleromt city regiments. The Eoyal Scots, six himdred strong i soppHed the firing party and mem-! of the other regiments -turned oiit in full force and followed the body to the grave. It is estimated that fully a hundred "thousand people j lined the street. (Rapid City, Jfan., Oct. Milligan, an employee of the 0. N. B. had a miraculous escape from death this morning. Mr. Milligan. -was stay- ing at the Queen's hotel and at 3.15 this morning he rose from his bed in the hotel'-and waited through a window in the iihird storey of the building, falling a distance of 40 feet and landing on a big pile of bricks, directly beneath his window. The doctor found that Mr. Milligan: was not seriously injured. He suffer- a bad wound on the knee and to his It will pay you to trade with ui. i will.pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-28 Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 COL. ITEELE'S TRIBUTE TO LATE GEN. BUCHAN Recollection of Hit Visit! to Western Canada. Winnipeg, Oct. news of the death of Brigadier-General Buchan was received at the Fort Osborne barracks, and among many of the old timers of the city, who took part in the rebellion of 1885, with deep regret. Among these was Gol. Steele, D. 0. C., with whom the late Brigadier-General was a frequent vis- itor in the former's Mounted Police days in the West. "I first met Brigadier-General Bu- chan at Regina in said Col. Steele, "and in the following autumn he spent a month with me under can vas at Regina, when he did a good deal of shooting during his stay; H was eager to become an expert horse- man, and to become thoroughly con- versant with Western life in all its phases. To this end I gave him a letter of introduction to Col. Mcllree at Macleod, and he drove there with Col. Shurtleff, and was the guest of the Mounted, Police during the great- er part of the winter. Wfcile there he was given every facility to perfect himself in horsemanship, and he made good use of his opportunities. "In the spring of 1885, while I was commanding the force in the Rocky Mountains, he visited me there, and we little expected to-meet again in the Rebellion in the same army. On his return to Brandon, Col. McKay of the 90th Winnipeg, obtained his services as adjutant, a position which he was well suited to fill, hav- ing been adjutant in the Queen's Own Rifles, under Col. Otter, for some time. He served with the 90th. at Fish Creek and Batoche. For his services there he was mentioned in the dispatches, and eventually was moved up with the regiment to Bat- tleford and Pitt, at the latter of which places he was when Big Bear surrendered. He was then appointed Captain of permanent force, and com manded the company at Fort Osborne barracks. That was _ the end of his services in the continued Col. Steele. i "He was later promoted to the com- j mand of different districts in Ontar- io, Maritime Provinces, com- I manding the Royal Canadian Regi- tnenl, after Col. Otter's appointment the Ontario command. His serv- ices in South. Africa are well known" Before removing to toe east the Brigadier-General was a familiar fig- ure in Winnipeg, being prominent in all military and amateur sporting af- Ttoy Keip jMjnkn Sit And Can Pi TMt4f Beet Many trien; End more women, fo through life a train with the int tugging, but UMT Jtiird on. .They never get anywhere near top Bpeed, btcauae they are iwrer really well. Probablj they do not own even to themselres iick, but they acarcely what it to really "feel f there is or that "clrafged which good, work, either hiemUl or physical, utterly impossible. The most common trouble with all people it that .Have Consti- pation. Their are poisoned with the matter, which ia the blood, instead of being promptly removed by bowels. Harsh purga- are wocae than no treatment at all, because they weakeii and irritate the bowels, instead of curing the trouble. The natural and permanent cure for Constipation, is "Fruii-a-tiyes" combines the well- known laxative principles of orangei, figs aha prunes. So perfect is the combination, that "Frnit-a-tives" acta like the freah fruit, by stimulating the iluggUh liTer to supply the proper amount of bile to move the bowels regularly. The moat stubborn cases of Constipa- tion promptly yield to the curative and corrective effects of 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial box, dealers or from Frait-a-tives limited, Ottawa. fairs. He was a gentleman of affable disposition, and was universally pop- ular with all classes of the commun- ity. OVERCOME BY ESCAPING GAS St. Catherines, Oct. em- ployees of the St. Catherines artifi- cial 'Gas Works were overcome by es- caping gas .while engaged in making changes in machinery this morning. They were restored to consciousness some hours later. DAILY HERALO PATTERNS HARNESS SADDLERY Wholesale and Retail A very large order for our Wholesale Trade is due to arrive in a short time. In the meantime we are selling our present stock AT A BIG DISCOUNT to make room for the new goods. In con- nection with the discount, remember that we have f THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK In Southern Alberta. Our plans to man- ufacture on a large scale are maturing. Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8095 Conventional daisy design for shirt waist, collar, and cuffs, to be work- ed on any suitable waist, material in either French or. eyelet embroidery or a combination; of the two. Price "of pattern, 10 cents. 8038 LADIES' COAT Paris Pattern No. 3038 All Seams Allowed. Coats. closing in double-breasted style are height of fashion this seaespn and are always comfort- able for cold weather. The develop- ment could be in tweed, covert cloth, cheviot, -and broadcloth, with cloth or bone buttons 9iaamenting the col- lax, cuffs and pocket laps. The pat- tern for either 54 or 40-indh length, and is in 4 to 44 in- measure. Size 36 will re- quire for the coat in 54-inch-length' 6 3-4 yards of material 27 inches wide, 5 1-4 yards 36 inches wide, 4 7-8 yards 42 inches wide, or 3 3-S yards 54 inches wide. The coat in "40 inch length will require 5 1-2 yards 'of material 27 inches wide, 4 1-8 yards 36 inches wide, 3 3-4 yards 42 inches wide or 2 "3-4 yards 54 inches wide, with 3-4 yard of braid. Pries of pattern, 10 cents. Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8097 Forget-me-not picture frame design 9xL2 inches, to be transferred to linen either white or colored; and worked ia outline -or solidly. The_ flowers should be light blue and the rest of the design in white and gold. Price- of pattern; 10 cents. A. EASTON, Ltd. SUCCESSORS TO A. EASTON CO. ROUND STREET LETHBRIDGE J, .3052 MISSES' SEMI-PRINCESS DRESS Paris Pattern No. 3052 All Seams Allowed The semi-princess dress, buttoning down the' entire coat, is a highly fa- vored style tffis season not only for laidies but for young -girls 'as well. is made with panel- front deep flounce attached io a five-gored, upper-section. The waist and skirt %are joined. under a belt of the material. "The sleeves are in shirtwaist the neck is fin- ished "-by'-a "'chemisette and bro'ad Dutch collar. A Gibson plait over the shoulders renders' the mode un- usually" becoming. Mohair, serge, and Hneai are all adap% able. The "pattern ie in 3 ib 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the dress will require 7 of ma- terial 24Cinches wide, 6 1-3 yards 27 inches 4 3-4 yards 36 inches wide, 4 1-8 yards 42 inches wide, or 3M-2 yards 54 inches Vide witfo 5-P yard of allover and 1 1-2 yards of edging. Price of. pattern, 10 centa. IP. 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Mm HIWTUBIN6 mm Office and Factory Cir. Hill iti HUM STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Swtk St Pfcwe 195 3064 GIRLS' TWO-PIECE SUIT Paris Pattern No. 3064 All- Seams Allowed These little two-piece suits are con- sidered very smart for girls this sea- son. This stylish little model con- sists of a length ,ooat and a one-piece plaited skirt, hay- ing, suspenders attached. The check- ed materials and fancy woolen mix- tures, as well as broadcloth anl seffge. are all effective. The pattern is in 5 to 14 years. For a girl of 10 years the suit will require 7 yards of material 27 inches wide, 5 1-4 yards 36 inches wide, 4 3-8 yards 42. inches wide or 35-8 yards 54 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10. cents. 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