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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Are You o That the kind of Furni-. ture you are looking-for to improve and fix up your home for the win- ter is just the kind we have, in stock. Comfortable Chairs and Card Tables to while away the long evenings. Warm Rugs and Car- pets for the floors. Cozy Curtains for those draughty windows. Choice Goods at Reasonable Prices FAMOUS RED SWEATER HOLD-UP MAN ARRESTED Mounted Police Get Man at Frank Wanted in Alaska for Robberies Committed Many Years Ago-Worked as a Barber Standard Furniture I -324 6th Street South Phons Immigration Inspector A. E. Hum- phries last, week turned over to Unit- ed States Marshall' Warren, a man named William Urquhart or Robt. K. Kennedy, Kennedy was arrest-ed some weeks ago" by Inspector Humphries and Detective Sergt. Piper, of the Mounted' jrohcc at Krank, where he a "barber. He was 1-eld in the barracks at Macleod pend- 'irtg'tiis identity as an American citi- zen "being "established to the satisfac- tion of the' -American authorities. I'niEed States Marshall AVarren has taken Kennedy to Seattle, where he '.vill bo held until navigation jri iiorth opens next summer, when he- will" bo taken to -Nome, Alaska, where has been badly wanted for a num- of highway robberies and hold-ups -ommittfd a decade ago. Red Sweater Han to 'Inspector mounted police Held Up Saloon After leaving Alaska Kennedy Kennedy 'admitted 'imphries and the The Quickest, Simplest Cure This recipe make's 16 ounces of cough to-last a family a long time. :Yoa couldn't buy as much or as-good cough syrup for" Simple as it it gives almost in- relief and usually obstinate cough in A CORRECTION The following statement .from the account of the Cardston Fair, in the Herald of October 1st, has .been j Drought to our attention, as givin_ J wrong impression of the hospitality "Iof the Cardston people: "As the di- of the fair unfortunately had not arranged to take, care .of the ov- erflow in the school -house or some such etc. When the above stops the j was written, the writer had his. own 24 hours.! experience fresh in mind, he ,bavin IT___L j. i 7 is T-V PIT- s appetite .'ana has an' excellent 'tonic ,charge., Jc is .omy fair effect' It -is -pleasant: to to state-, however, that the directors dr'eh. like It. An excellent'remedy, make arrangements to take-care for whooping cough, sore lungs, j of the overflow. asthma, throat troubles, etc.-- jbeen informed The Herald has that thev .made a 2 cups granulated.sugar with, bouse to House canvas to" find those T-. wtio were able to takp in SOBTP vicj minutes. Put ounces AJ. itors. At. the close ot the "musical 2 W i vv nij CUUlu. ;Pine is "one of Jfrid mociate some visitors to let him know .Known remedial agents for the throat Tnere, were many-responses and it thought that everyons iiad been- 1 membranes. Pinex most valu concentrated coinpousd-of Nor way "The alL. the Bother natural j young .Sen wlib slept- in ihe cars did Other'. preparations- so' r merely f or va it .'seems, as work -la -this: f-onntila. tn.ey that there were people ipe "results, from endeared-it-tp. thousands ol the rUnited, -States' and Canada, .espla'ins why the -been "imitated often, bul iicess ful ly. A-guarantee of absolute satisfaction --money promptly refunded, goes recipe. Your druggist bar JlfPinex or wiU get it for you. If not Wssnd to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. f ATTRAC- CAMPA5GN -wiilfng to -take them in. ARROW LAKES FRUIT FAIR Oct. ...Kl.._ campaign, which is to be in tne Presbyterian church '-.''pi'ere next -unison witij. the kind above fair, held, at JSTakusp, B. C., October (5th and 7thj the Hun- ter, trophy was secured by Middel miss Bros-, -of Burton 'City, with' a tine dispiay. As showing the class o: ercnibits, it might be mentioned tha: a number of exhibits which had sec _ ured first prizes at Nelson, were aw AT i ENT.'OiM {arcied second prizes at Arrow Lakes npproachihg {The fair was a great success. If your bss the "Idear Guar- antee on the footrail. yoti have For "Ideal" Metal beds ere made to satisfy, not merely to sell. You caanot see the difference 'bc- oaa cietal bed and another sec. if you look for the "Ideal" Guar- oa .beds you cas saf'ir eyas "shut. Learn why before yon bvy mother TeH at to-swnOTou "The Philosophy of BEDDING CT -toftowro ai he -was smuggled out of Nome in row boat to :a and got to States unknown to the authori- "s by hiding in the coal bunkers of :j ship, but to admit that j the ilKed Sweater Man" who ;erpetrated that time, famous hold-ups and', robberies in Alaska known'as the -'''Red Sweater Rald- .because thfi 'lone robber always wore a red- his head. American authorities, however, are positive he is the man and it is I .for the'carrying to answer for'-those robberies that out oOwh'icH had he is being taken ..back to Alaska. 'out. all intents and purposes disappeared A hold-up of a saloon in, tArizonj the ID etJipd's; "Urquhart., JKTenaedy.: In nedy that-.lie'held up a'-saloon A V Jrv-nP. liattl !arid; -that' ne :'af terwards'-'returned :and in "It-rwas .penitentiary: that he The. he gave himself' up the as! he knew the Alaska, officials ..were hoc; on his .trail aad-he pre-: ferred to: on-a-shorter' term tha'ii ih'e, longer ones in the north if he> was taken, thereXHe thus outwitted the Alaska autbprities. Are you satisfied with in %_, A Jtaesw him as jibe Ari- zona .hpi'd-up tippe'd off the Police' rand- this led.Ho his arrest' by the immigration, 'in undesitable'citizen; In the'fMacleofl barraclis that had been given another.- three .days -lie turned a ;at TlL" Vlin 'J'" _ A not, phone 1065 have huve the milk h DISTRICT NEWS PLATFRM PROFESSOR DYDE ACCEPTS Kingston, Ont. Oct. of meeting'at Cranbrook; w- Dyde. of Queen's University, has ,1'and oter places in East Kootenay. received official notification of his fair to attract a great deal of i appointment lo tlie j Grant will he t.ne lege ship ol Presbyterian Theological Col- of, Alberta, situated at Strath- cona and he has definitely decided 'such a wide'circle of friends to accept it. He will remain at Curing the great union meetings 'of j Queen's till the close of the first 1911 I by able -outside talent, inclu- ,the singer, who spring of 1909. session. on the side of the house where winter blasts strike hardest always has a lower temperature than the rest of the house. There sre times when it is necessary to raise the temperature quickly or to keep the temperature ..up ..for, a long period. That can't be done by the regular the house. The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by other means is to use a icipal Labor Candidate for Mun- Honors States His Position S. W. .president of. the Trades and Labor Council, and of the Typographical Union, and labor can- didate for the City Council, address- ed a meeting of the. Building-Trades- Council on Tuesday evening, 'in con- nection with his candidature for 'civ-- ic nonors. Ke dealt mostly with the commission form of government and municipal ownership.' Afterwards a motion was unani- mously adopted that the council- en- dorse his candidature, and use ev- ery endeavor to secure his election. The following is 'the platform of S. W. Tucftwell. the Trades and Labor Council nominee for aldermanic-hon- NOTES Coieman, Oct Father Del- lestrae, who town the lat- ter part of last celebrated the holy sacrifice of the 'mass' in the par- ish church' Father who succeeds Rev. Father De Wilde, preached, a very aible ser- mon on the the day, and made a very' favorable impression on his The people of Coleman will be pleas- ed to De Wilde who had. to resign as. the priest of Coleman. health, is very tnuch -.improved... is v.aheo'uver. bans and the' Siurrayi't'-. o usinesa; ;m en- v.th'ej'' tow'nv-J piiki from the VMatter's business. structed'lin this; fall: One of the; government's gangs Arrived last: week 'and -the work will' commence at once. Mr. Gorrill last week secured the north east quarter of Sec. 33, Tp. 5, K. 17 as a homestead. Said quarter is located six miles east of town and includes some big buttes. Two cases of typhoid fever -have been reported from Tp. 5. One of the victims, who has been-out thresh- ing, caught the disease by drinkin; conjee water while the other, who has been in- the irrigation arj-cnes, aindbubtedly fcot sick "from from said' ditches, vyoncier how long it will take people (to learn that this water is -danger- The new school jtipuse in .Tyrell lake school be completed this week. The-, furniture and fixtures .ar- rived some "'days' ago. The building is a pride to the .-district and too much credit cannot be given to its contract- R. Lv Blake. and Tp. 5 returned 'last Saturday from a visit to' their homestead about 80 miles .ser- The accused -tor 'f trial-' 'at eight o'clock eyejiing' The first meeting, -of' council takes plac'e 't'onight. lively that -business of ious nature will be. dealt' with'- as. -the greater part of