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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTICE COUPONS will be given every Purchaser, rick or poor, small or large amounts NO DIFFER- a dozen purchases a day you will get a Coupon with every purchase. PAINT Gallon VARNISH AT COST A FEW OF OUR PRICES ON STOVES CKOCKERY Plates, per dozen.............. Side Dishes, per dozen Eowls. per Cups and Saucers, per dozen COFFEE MILLS., regular now 50c Joan D'Arc- .Now Marvel ...._..jvow Giu-ney's Now (With warming- closet.) Giirney's Souvenir (vfitii Small Stoves -r......irom Sl- ftft to Oil Stove pipes, per length -1 lOe 'Kails, per base Coal Hods, Japaned Hardware, 10 per cent, off cost. Oil Stove Boards "Oc to Lamps ami Lauterns Cut in Two u buy 5 cts. wortk or wortli you get a COUPON Get as MANY as you CAN you stand a better chance tHe more Coupons you have. SEE THE RANGE JN THE WINDOW Ib. J0c All Tools '-at cost. Granite and Tinware, just odd lines left at vour ow our own price Scales and Weigh Beams: get a 2.40 Chain- pion. Only___. Pails, Galvanized arid Tin At Cost Brushes (Paint 50 Per Cent. Off Rope, Ladders, regular for Also Extension Ladders. Rogers 1847 Silver Cutlery at cost. soon have -.disappeared. CROP ARE BETTER Government Report Is More Favorable Than Was Expected tfO, NOT BELIEVE" IN-HEAUNG THE -SICK BY PRAYER Protestant Episcopal Convention De feats ihe Proposed Sanction Cincinnati, resolution gmng the sanction of the church to the healins of the sick by prayer was the house of j adopted in one section o [deputies of the Protes dereatedin this section by five September. The reports show j e being-by dioceses. wS nr ragES- oruccnditions wr the a majority of the house of den whole-.of Canaaa than those of a year or aep ago but the reduction applies chieflv Jp the northwest provinces. In the pastern, provinces a high percentage is maintained for -nearly all" the cropS quantity and quality are bet- Meeting Held and'. Offi- and uties were in favor of the report w shown clearly when the cl-ical branch adopted it :by a vote of 41 jeas to 17 nays, with nine dioceses better and AI- 4. 4-u------ ana Al- berta there is a drop of about twen- ty, per cent, in the quality of grains and roots, hut threshing indicates that the yield will be larger for wUeat, oats aad'barlev than promised at the end of August. not voting or divided. The laymen Idlled the re- ____ to 32 nays dioceses not voting. The com- m- mittee on marriage and divorce made report to-day that it cers Bank to Build Oct. woods, the civil engineer. Has been' survevin- the object wbicli is growing PARIS WILL HATE RUE EBOUARD VII. Will Name After Late Ehgllsli Sov- ereign and 'by the' -breach .made the new Rue Bouie-' des [the 'eighteenth alie Dumb, described in meraphy of "most Parisian of kinsjs." "The original proposal was to calf after him cehlnrv as proving tae water system, qwte inadequate for this' town. desirable to make any chang be un- in Not Made To Meas But Made To FII You don't get yoor hat made to order, yet it fits. Yon don't get shoes made to lit. Why should you get dothes made to R'. I such a nanasomc station" and the Un j ion-Bank is to build right away. Cow-! j-cy win astonish the natives shonlv; ny Us speedy growth. _ Edward of to be perpetuated by a'street, which .will be Known as "Rae'Edbuard 4nd Frisians beUeve that-London will" re by naming a street in that city after the great .Napoleon or some man-some one who used HIS genius in the art of peace. of the oldest houses in the cunous side alley, of the Boulevard des called the Rue du Rompart: because'it, was on a level several feet below that-of what uas once real, .boulevard "with a 'smile, hair of. gold .and eyes of enly innocence. The next beauty was s, Mile. Rau- aown never.were picturesque and win be no great loss. But memories uin- to one of them at least. It was sue' cessively the abode of four famous -fansian beauties at a time -before the boulevards existed. The latest of them ne Recamier. platonically Deioved for a quarter of a century by Chateaubriand. Even her time long preceded that when the neighborhood of the -Madeleine became fashionaibl- I When the first of her three predeces- ors lived in the- house the quarter I was a distant suburb. Some mys'ter-! cms attraction our'four famous craving the honor of being allow- jed to visit and compliment her upon her triumphs at the Francais. Later anotner beauty and tragic actress I Mile. Georges, went to live'in the ;same 'memory of La Rau- court, wno Had first noticed and en- couraged Jaer to act. To Be Fashionable Street The new Rue Edouard VII will certainly -be one of. the most fashion- able etreets in the city. Paris follow- ed even -faster-than 'any other capital in Europe the mysterious impulse carries cities westward. PASSENGER'S "COMPLAINT '7 WAS NOT JUSTIFIED -CCL manager of. the publicity-department of the Canadian Northern' Railway' writes to the Canadian -rxess most .emphatically .denying that there is the slightest truth in the com Plaints made to .the C; A. P. -by a senger on the Roy ai George as'to the benanour of that' vessel on her last trip. said he was present at of the Royal George passen- gers, and spoke with many of them. He heard nothing whatever that would suggest the least justification the passenger's complaint I Jriawives added that the captains logs showed that considerable rough weatner was encountered, and thac the Royal George behaved extremelv weii. The-.-Rsyal George sailed to-day with a good number of paaeiigers amongst were the Hawkes family. V made b McKELVIE McGUIKE 86 re various kinds of graves w China. Thcsriivcs c alb from T> to 13 feet below the B oanc! while, according to an old cus- .wm, me mounds of the graves of emperors were 30 feet in height, those o territorial lords 15 feet, and those of barons without territories and S lord stewards eight feet, while for mrenor and common mound., only four feet in heig mr. Test Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear severely as. you wfll: it can'.t possibly sSn vigorous, tondry tests mnst 4ove effectiveness of oar secret unshrinkable eVfTV 1__r___ -j Will stand tie severest tub teslt. H; IRi TRURO. N.S. 22 ;