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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 1-HE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD D A At C KuAYo SrEQALS MEN'S WEAR tall Suits, regular Men's Fall Overcoats, regular ftrice 1 On Sale Saturday v ribbed all wool underwear, good at On Sale 5.TS reg. to Oil Salg Llama Hose, good value at SOc; L Saturday 95c. _25c. m Mcn'i hats, reg. Saturday 1.5O Men's; ioft hats, reg. On Sale Saturday Neckwear-Silk Derby lies, reg. On Sale Saturday 12 l-2c Coat The (ieo. A. Slater Invictus shoes, to DRIVING FAMILY FROM THEIR FARM Higersviiie, Oct. bold at- tempt to terrorize a family arid drive them from the jfarm which they have occupied is be- ing perpetrated in Haldimand county near the village of Selkirk where the Household' of Mr. Fred Smeltzer -live in of impending disaster. their abarn, ,5filled witlf the seaton's llred and destroyed .unHer strange circumstan- ces and .'that occurred 'Smeltzer has received anonymous letters warn- ing him to'give farmland move away, or-his -life will be taken. Five letters nave; .been received to date in writer .represents .him- self as: th, agent of -an enemy; of, Smeltzer who will brook no interference '-with his The memberi of .the :lamily. are not only, terrifiedrbut .mystified.. They have'Jbelleyelj that they friendly regard of- their neighbors far 'and are at a loss to know, whom: to-Accuse .of the crime. Two pf -the .threatening letters have been ..forwarded, to the attorney gen- eral's department, two have been stol-. home and the, fifth" is :in. of -of-.Selkirk. Mr. Smeltz- er has; taken- the, Jnysterious mandate very aerioualyZ He has advertised a. sale_of his stock -oil November 1st and tfie 'farm. The Happy Medium For AH Men A good busmcis man does not allow his appearance to be affected by conditions. 4 v He does not wear .the expensive clothes when times axe fall back on cheap, shoddy, clothes when times are bad. Ke wears well-made, perfect fitting, honestly clothes. BRAND" ot all U priced bokt every man's It gives- the is the happy medium that meet! j the dignity, the appearance, so necessary a, price that assures honest value PARTNERSHIP Maeieocl, Oct. Considerable in- terest was excited -in legal circles this week by the anapuhcenient that the well-known, firm- of McKenzie, McDon- ald and "Watt. would be dissolved at the. end of month and that would, withdraw and enter into a. new in association.' with IV new firm will and FALLING Off IN CATTLE he Meri'1? Clothiers Lethbridge continue tO- occupy the rooms now used by McKenzie. McDonald with 'the aame staff. SHIPMENTS -While every reports an" 'In-' carriage of general merchandite to Montreal: and British, European this -CQLEMAN The wliist drive and dance held under tHe auspices of ithe Town "Band last ,nignt, a succcss-.-in every way. Whist playing smarted >bput .nine, o'clock, and stopped at' ten, 'scvcii minutes beinj; for each gams. first prize- for ladies, which was Ja very- handsome silver mounted .'brush, hand niirror and comb. was 3Iatheson, ot Blairmore, 'the first prize for gentlemen was __ >von by Mr. Pearson, it being a "beautiful mantle clock. H. G. Goodeve, of the Goodeve 'Hardware- Co., wen the booby Electric Restorer "for Men R- A- ne _: to its very nerve'in. the body restores Tirn and vitality. sexnal i weakness averted, at once. will raake you a new mar. Price S3 a two for Mailed to any address-.' SooTwll Urtur Co.. STORE NOW JEWELRY NOVELTIE Th'ev presehfalion of the prizes to their, winners then took" :Mayor. .Cameron doing the honors appropriate remarks. 'Dancing was "then indulged in until -the wee the morning. The crowd dispersed about 2.30 a. m. voting it one of the .PACKED 'WITH THE LATESJ- Six Weeks in the East among the Im porters and Largest Manufacturin Jewelers and Silversmiths' H Store and Stock Reflects a Buyer1 Time Weil Spent. 'VVhen one enters the jewelryjstor of JR. A. .Wright, who started' in., bus Mr. Albert Yagos and Mrs. John tnef thirteen years. '98 Kubin and children, have taken their iand" sees the matcllless stock-carrte departure from Colem.an tor their 1TI home in Qderberg, Austria. John Cruilin Pontajii'e. and P. most pleasant ihe' season. During an intermission in the danc- ing programme- lunch was served by the _ Mrs. Nicol and, child left fdt Glas- gow, Scotland, last, night. Mr. Albert Yago's anfi "Mrs. John! DiBendr left for Milan, Italy. Mrs. Homen-ick left "for "Scran ton, Pa.; today- John Snow and family for their ranch near' Nelson, B.C.V to- morrow-. Bert Furnean. formerly "of-'the1, C.P R. staff, in Coleman, has been- ap pointed C.P.R. agent in, in this palatial store, fitted with 'ever modern fixture to display to the bes advantage what he considers the fin YOlTdonVKave to bwn an auto- mobile to appre- ciate: this supe.rb Overcoat It's one pf Fit-Reform's latest creations the and its1' military air has quickly thV fancy of the younger set. of elegant Scotch and Irish Tweeds up. 134 McKELVJE McGUIRB Sole- Agents for largest and .rarest jewelry stpcl west of -Winnipeg and east of th coast, a stock and 'store that woul do credit to any city, one of Lethbridge's premier gold and sil ver-stock." Mr. Wright left'in'July ror the East, spent six the foremost watch factories, gold, and silversmiths, jobbers, wholesalers -and commission jewelry houses, cut glass ractories and the largest importers W.aiie in Montreal Mr. Wright: bought diamonds and precious stones direct from the Amsterdam cutters- ana r'from J. L..-Michaels and Co., -Canada's larg- est manufacturing jewelers, and also bought sterling silverware of the heav- iest quality. Mr. Wright visited Pro- vidence, Rhode Island, and spent three days in Theodore Foster's, the great- est gold and silversmiths in the-Unit- ed States. From there he '.vent to .New York City and bought through Ueo. Borgefeld Co., the manuracturers' agents in America, thousands of dollars' worth of Euro- pean novel ties, purchased from Aus- trian, German, Swiss and French mak- ers, their best and most wanted lines, uying direct in this way ie saved tne jobbers' profits. Souvenir spoons m the newest desigos were bought direct from the Vincennes Manufac- turing Co. and from Friedleburg and' Uoclci, the silversmiths, he purchased old antique silver design. P, .amDert and Co., the largest; deaiers and importers of leather goods; ship- ped Mr. Wright the largest "leather ;oods order which ever came to Leth bridge. When in Toledo, Ohio, Mr. Wright made immense purchases from .ibbey and Co., makers -of the cut glass on the continent Coming nome via Chicago Mr.'- Wright spent1 nree. days in Chicago ;and bought rom Benjamin Allen .and Co., the newest and most wanted jewelry'nov- elties. Air. -Wright's, purchases: .to-; ailed over and his store 'and stock reflects a buyer's time well spent The cases, the shelves are literally, packed. Mr. Wright has enough stock to fill the entire ground floor of "the block ami the TRYING TO ESTABLISH .PRIOR RIGHTS TO POWER 1 Edmonton, view of .the' action" of A. seeking! to' ess- prior ;.in" the ;ment" of power' on JRiyerf city proposed Commissioner Bouilldni. "under instructions from the council, his iaKen '.up the matter minis- ter" of the interior to', ascertain -the 'pdsltiQh of the city's and.. to Safeguard its interests. commis- sioners are united in" the opinion th'at a fight should. ..be, conducted against Violette's applicationl has been a .striking falling off "'Up-to-date only head carried -to Great Britain; as Compared at the present FAMES'S'-PATHWAY Jate Conjfressman William. C. Uates, of Alabama, left a fortune of apout antt left in his will an epitah- to be -placets .-on liis monument iwliich reads: "Born in poverty, rear aclrersity, -without -education" a i ieicivantages, yet by honest individual i your business, whem you wear BRAND" CLOTHING.. .B. LIMITED, MONTREAL. BY. M LETHBBIDGE 'Pull a-hair. qu .bulb at; tie is .diseased, and Its sl the Jiulb" "is want'. every re- quires treatment to try .Reran; Hair Tonic. shill not overcome -dandruff, reiieyBLscalp irri- stimjilate' the ;Kair'roofs ,tigh-' ten -grow hair and; It is'. j.What Hair '.Tonic and: pur -isincerf faith in you to' at tfsk.', Two'sizes 50c Sold only at our store Rexajl'Store; botham Drug Go. f'j express the opinion that titei. cities. in the. province generally have prior, right to individuals" or "corpora- tions. An effort is naa.de :td aave other cities and provincial govs ernment co-operate. The'" rfesulf of the" agitation may be some "scheme as Ontario's new hydro-electric' power system. "cl'iort" he -.obtained; a competency .and of. his fellowman.. -re'iatlves and ito the worthy poor." It is al- thatj.he gave his right arm to 'the cause, and accept- ,ed.the res'ults'of the war without mur- POP.E.. PIUS OPPOSES PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC Jionaon, Central- News from Rome tonight say.s tfiat -Fape King Alknuel urging him to protest against the reyQltjfton .that .dethroned Mm "and" to maintain the rights of the crown. He ;sent similar message to the-Queen Mother Amelie. SPRING HORStiHOW FOR C.-MAC't'EOD PROPOSED Macleod. pct.ao.Hft is proposed to hold Macleod next spring and'a meeting is called to te'helil haii Saturday to "discuss the matter. Macleod is a natural -horse raising centre and the stant favor gested. The plan is to make the show aiL-annual a sort of "fait, .wiere animals of all types -compete for prizes. -It-will-.serve to bring together proipective and when, trading is j YOIJK WATCH i it need cleaning a repairing. ;.The very best watchea Tiart their day of repairs <-and-- cleaning. Have your piece attended to before-it 'is, worn out for lack of oil A watch or- fine and -and" tne slightest friction makes trouble wears the win guarantee and jour watch and-will the job to be 0. K. E.A.EWEKT- Round St. PRISONERS -REVOLT MSI JAIL AT, MONTREAt Oct At the Montreal jaii a revolt wMcli might have was overcome -by the coolness and en- ergy of prisoners were stone yesterday -occupied when one breaking 'of thein named Holland refused" to obey the orders .given Mm ..Guard JJame. -The guard tned to bring; prisoner before -Governor- Vallee but the rest of the gang threatened the iYallee ott scene a few moments later had them n "good order. Holland was .Mat tp a dark cell where he will have to stay few days. Guard Dame was Slightly njured. Another guard named epy- was also beaten in the striigghs with the prrisoners. You oin rightly judgp underwear by details. Tie securing fastening of sewing; such -details-as there-indi- cate a manufacturer's regard for thoroughness. Stkn'field's Unfihrinkable underwear is made with but one idea in "give, you long wearing The dVawer' straps are securely attached on special stajinjpmachines. Nothing but best- 6 ply thread utmost, care-are-good enoagSi for our sewing The buttons go on to stay. Every seam, eyety stitch is tight! Stanfield's' Unshrinkable Underwear is dependable. Drawer Straps put on to stay on. Made both for iFoineij tnd for men In perfectly fittingslzes. Twentv-ons different weights and qualiiies; from warm, heavy ribbed garments particularly suitable for outdoor "workers to the soft, finely knitted underwear so soothing to tensitive skins. Your local dealer sells SlanfieM's Unshrinkable Underwear. Catalog on request; STANFIELOS LIMITED, TRURO, N.S. 23 ;