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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday. October 12. 1910. _._iJ A Remarkable Display Of New Fine Wool Cream Flannels Fancy Waisting Flannels And Fine Flannelettes At "Never Before" Low Prices Dollars may be saved 'here and there in every department of this low cash store, and we know of .uo or can give you such wonderful low prices as in our 1'lanel department la the first -place we bought we simply added our low margin of profit. Read about it. WAISTING FLANNELS in the most delight- ful colorings and patterns. Perfect- fast colorings and in extra quality. Special 15c KIMONO CLOTHS in soft subdued fawns, nn and colors. Large handsome patterns. Extra fcUU NEW FANCY WKAPPERETTES Beautiful patterns In tlio moat perfect colorings of waisting flannels. Smooth, soft cashmere fitilsh- ed and a most remarkable value -at ouly......... 12 l-2c WHITE WOOL FLANNELS, also natural color in the purest soft wool, soft shrunk. and extra value for underwear, children's .wear, etc., .7t'c. 50c, and .............___ GREY WOOL FLANNELS made in good quality and soft finish, good assfitt- ment to choose from at 35c FINE CREAM FLANNELETTES No such good value anywhere in the city. Soft finish, good weight and widest width. Excellent for chidlren's and women's underwear, special at 15c BEST FLANNELETTES in a value that we challenge comparison anywhere. Soft col- ors in pretty colored stripes, special at___ I5c GREY FLANNELETTE, suitable for .under- wear, quilt linings, etc. A special 12 l-2c quality with shadow check n ftP uu CERTAINLY ENDS KIDNEY TROUBLE Kidneys Act Fine and Backache Vanishes After Few Does Kidney disease is the most danger- ous, because the first symptoms are seen in other parts of the body before wrong is noticed with the kidneys themselves. rt _ CHIV Some of the though, can- j and for completing the ground there stiu remains and that is'the amount of which Mr. Eckstein asked "What has become of the money Matters are bad .enough there an.' the Herald regrets that this error made look worse than they real ly are. CORRECTION IN FERNIE MATTE In the Herald's report ol the public meeting recently held at Fernie to discuss the municipal situation, a typographical error made Mr. Eck- stein ask what had become of the left over -from the fund from the Annex School debenture. The figure should have.been .The total vote for that school was of which about has and allowing another thous ff Dollars.On a Single Suit Is a Big Saving in The A. Macdonald Co.'s Clearing Sale of Men's and Boys' Clothing. All New r? II i i i i rail suits included. not be mistaken; for instance, sick unhealthy kidneys cause thick, cloudy offensive urine, of sediment, ir- regular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding. The back aches constantly, or there is dull mis ery in the sides and loins, headache iand dizzy spells may occur, nervou j twitchings, disturbed sleep, inflame UUilc.. uiia L A. trial bottle will start the cure, andlas landlords or tenants- ana certain ivc you instant relief. Write for it to- righ.ts_io enter, although they did M When you think of style, think of The Vogue of the Tailored Shirt Waist We are showing it in Linen, Madrast Flannel, Delaine and Silk The plain and severe lines of the newcoats and tuiis tavo made a great demand ror tail- i ored waists. Our autumn' stock is replete with tailored blouses of every sort; besides the liost of linen and vesting productions. Our several lines of attractive eielaines in pretty ring patterns neatly trimmed with. Persian bands, every size from 34 to 44 is included in this and the price range all the' way from down New New Gloves, New Scarfs; New Shawls, New Veilings Children's Coats and Dresses Of Every Attractive Sort GIRLS' SAILOR DRESSES made of all wool English serge, Sailor Collar, Cuffs and; Collar trimmed with navy, white or cardinal silk braids, pleated sizes to fit girls from 4 to 14 to CHILDREN'S NEW FALL COATS in several double breasted styles made of all wool with velvet collar lined, throughout; also a heavier of imported neaty rimmed with. salt braids age 2 to 8 colors, Green, Navy, Scarlet, 2.75 to URLS' STYLISH CO ATS -in great variety, including the new .mil- itary also a splendid lot of navy and grey blanket- cloth coats with scarlet a, collection of smart .-winter'.' coats that makes the choosing any size 8 to 14 years to THE NEW SUITS FOR WOMEN are indeed a worthy addition to our already splendid colection. A tailor made model in fancy homespun tweed and-navy with saitin- lapel and fancy button, is worthy of special S4 3S value at E I We Sell as Well Furniture Furnishings Shoes give you instant relief. Write for it to- day to the D. D. D. Laboratories, Dept L. B., 49 Colbome street, Toronto, Johnston Jackson Colorado, Wyoming, Utah other central States over the 'the i sheriffs. Great j Could Hav d Convention along all these pofts and I firmly believe that, if a stron- T t jgation well-equipped -vith exact aud inortnern Minnesota winch I accurate information --e- cn hves and destro-ved Is ike Lamp of Real because it gives the best light of all lamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, diffused en the eye because it cannot flicker. You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without -strain. The Rayo -Lamp is low-priced, and even though you. pay or for other lamps, you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better than the low-priced Rayo gives. A strong, durable shade-holder holds the shade on firm and true. This season's strength and appearance. Once a Rayo User, Always One. Dcaiers Eoeryru'r.ere. If not at yoirj, write for descrivtivs cffculsr to the millions of dollars of property." It would have taken that amount to have maintained the forest in Northern -Minnesota, withdrawn on September 1, because the funds for their pay were exhausted. Report of Cruisers Beaudetie, Minn., Oct. Pennington and John Rose, experienc- ed cruisers from Bemidj, acting as deputy sheriffs for Beltraniie county, have returned from a fifty mile walk over a wide radius of co'untry since Monday noon. Their reports (end to reduce the estimated loss of life, in the woods. They found in six shat- tered settlements along Rapid River, colonies of refugees, some slightly burned, but all safe and in need of provisions. The cruisers tdl of their experiences of settlers fleeing to wa- ter and holding their children under- jieath. As the fire passed over the water became warm. Supplies will be sent at. once from Beaudctte. At one point the refugees in one shack 'subsisted on only twenty-five pounds i of flour and baked potatoes dug from the smoking earth. GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Mowers, Eoses; Car nations, I ily of the Valley. And all other Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent. Free delivery to all parts of the city GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Eartlett and London Road; Phone 675. P. O. Box 1353. u___.. not exercise the same in exactly a legal manner. In the present case he found that defendant was a stranger who had no claim to the property either as owner, landlord or tenant. He had broken in by force and held the property against the parties in peaceable possession when they came dov.-n in the morning. There was suf- ficient evidence, he thought, for a prima facie case to be irade out and that it was his duty to send accus- ed for trial before a court of com- petent jurisdiction. Accused was con- sequently remanded for trial, being al- lowed bail on his own recognizance. Hoarseness in a child subject tc croup is a sure indication of the, ap- proach of the disease. If Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack. Contains no poison. Sold by al] druggists. DIAMOND RINGS No department in cur busi- ness skeins to increase so rapidly as the "Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make only pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. Our special S20.00 and S25.00 Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we will be pleased to show you anything you may wish to see. E.A.EWERT JEWELER. Round St. TABEn NEWS Tabc-r, Oct. regular meet- ing of the Board of Trade was held on Friday evening, at which several o'f importance were discussed. A letter was read from parties in Manitoba, asking what inducements the town had to offer for a grist mill. The secretary was instructed to reply to the effect that it would be a paying proposition from the start, ami that cheap coal and water could be assured. The matter or having a banquet in connection with the annual meeting was left- in the hands of a committee. A number of business men were nom inaicd for membership, which shows That more interest is being taken in the work of the Board, and there is no reason why the Taber Board of should not be one of the .best in Southern Alberta. Up till about 9 "o'clock on Saturday night many of the business houses had to revert to the old-fashioned candle- for illumination owing to a short- circuit in the north end of town. Dr. Leech and Alex. Mitchell took a run out to Steed's Lake in the doctor's auto Friday. They re- port geese scarce as yet, so had to he content with a very fair bag of duck. Tnornton Bui I nek, of this town, has been formally licensed as a Lav Reader by the Bishop of Calgary. Mr. Bullock, of this town, has fre- quently taken charge of the services in St.' Theodore's (English) church here, during the absence of the rector. FARMER LAYS CHARGE AGAINST MOTHER-IN-LAW Kegina, Oct. Felmer, a rarnier living- some eighty miles from toe city, has laid an information and compiaint against his mother-in-law, cnarging her with immoral practices with his eldest son. The facts of the case disclosed at the preliminary hear- were of an exceptionally sordid and disgusting nature FERNIE WANTS THE TECHNICAL SCHOOL (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Oct. regular ly meeting of the ii'ernie XBoard of Trade was held last night In the matter of the proposed Tech- nical School for some point in East Kootenay, the ooard strongly recom- mended Fernie. as for such a school. the proper place The royal comj mission which is to examine the -dif- terent places for such a school, will begin its work in December and will visit Fernie when the board and oth- this locality for such A committee consisting of President Secretary Stevenson, Mayor Mercnmer, A. B. Trites Cree appointed, to confer--witfe- the. Crow's Nest. Pass Coal Co., the owners of the water power at with a view to its purchase for city purposes. London, Oct. to cor- respondence of the Dfdly Chronicle.- Hon. Joseph Cham'b'erlain's health is, so much improved that there is a-pos- sibility he may again sit and speak' in parliament. The pleasant purgative effect ex- perienced by all who use Chamber-' Iain's Stomach and Laver Tablets, and. the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create, makes one er bodies will present the claims of I feel joyful. Sold by all druggists. th an TYLES letter ever. Factory with new machinery throughout. All meth- ods of manufacturing improved 50% "style. in direct abortion valut too. Smart Stylisn and Flex- ible to the last degree. JL he new models on display today. You re cordially invited to inspect them. W.J. NELSON Sole Agents ;