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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtD .October OV V and 15 Stoves ay is usiness That's just what's happening at Ling's, it's an every-.day daysAcoo! days, dry days, windy days, no difference; we have a quarter of a hundred in every day rubbering at the stoves' going the rounds com- paring stove prices. Of course some don't come back, they would sooner pay regular prices'; but to those who compare dollar for dollar, stove for stove, heater for heater, waterfront for waterfront Lin gets their yellow command tliey get Lmfs Stoves Have you noticed the sidewalks piled cp with stoves Tk policeman comes in instructions to move these stoves otit-iaking up too much room, etc, and out they go on the next to Crabb Street others to the North Ward, a small heater away out to.No. 6, a Souvenir to WestminsterItoad, and Happy. Thought to Glyn Street. The whole Town is CRIPPEN WAS PUT ON THE STAND London Oct. opening words of Mr. To bin, counsel for the defend- ant, Dr. H. H. Crippen, to the jury were that Crippen'would 'go into the witness box as soon as he sat down, following: Crippen.there would be em- inent doctors who would express opin- ions'that the remains might have oeeu buried in" the ground before the disappearance of Mrs. Crippen, als. that'the-supposed hyoscin was an an imal Tobin intimated tha he would criticize the 'evidence of the prosecution now at length and would speak quite .briefly at the close of the lease., j Tobin first referred to the publieitj given .the case -by the press and urged the PAPERS fill HEP TO GET Ling's MERITRANGES A Record Foundry production; S holes; 18 trimmed; this stove sells the trade over. BUCK'S CSIEF STEEL RANGE with reservoir................. But this day we want to emphasize STOVES BEATERS The largest stock in Lethbridge; the lowest ever quoted, to wit: Bakes if necessary with oven door open; all i -and our recommendation goes with every stove, I A steel of the best. The only thing about il I .that isn't "best" is the price, which should be THE CHANCELLOR t his is Gurnsy Oxford's biggest seller: with patent broiling attscnment: large size fire box: oven 21 x 16; Duplex r-- movabie grate; extra heavy cold rolled steel. I BUCK'S PILOT- A cast iron range worth 350.00, jViAG. STEEL CQQK STOVE .BEAUTY BUCK'S STAB BUCK'S CHARM CAPTAIN STOVE Cast iron: good .good utility stoves; unloading prices mean big sayings to you on every stove. Buy today. 310GUL sizes Size 14 f or Size 16 for S1S.S Economical on fuel; give a tremendous heat; burn hard or soft coal, coke or wood; weight 135 I fas., 155 Ibs.J 6 in. cover top. Just, the thing where much heat is needed nd the VESUVIUS HEATERS S3? SE 22 in. fire pot. Will heat ho- tel, store or church. Sold at the trade over.'__.'..'. Bock's Special Oak Heaters la Sixes 11-13-1.5-17 arid 19 Burn woocl coke, soft or hard coal. Buy one and savera life. Number 19, No. 11 Arn i> Patent Air-light Dampers. .........S13.95 Will hold fire all night with small con- sumption, of coal. Nickel plated rims and trimmings. "2-2 Ornamental tops. KADIATOB HEATEKS For Shaking and .dumping grates, 11 In. fire pot and. 8 in. cover for cooking purposes. Very powerful heaters and the price reflects to unload. IMPROVED BEAVER HEATERS Hot blast .principle and great heating ca- pacity. the jury to exclude from their minds all all those prejudicial paraphrases. The outstanding feature j was that Crippen's reputation among social Wends and professional asso- elates was amiable, kind hearted and. 1 good tempered. Yet they were asked eo believe -tfiat the man suddenly be- came a. fien-d incarnate. The motive suggested was ridiculously inadequate 'robin, then speaking slowly, entered into an exhaustive statement likely ;to a good part of the after- _Boon. luncheon To- bin" explained the card found in which threatening suicide. Thar was, a plan, .to facilitate the es- cape of Crippen, for learning from the the Montrose he Tvas to be arrested, Crippen arrang- ed with .the quartermaster to be j smuggiedloff'the boat with the cargo. I the .-card to. be" left in the cabin to suggest, suicide. Leneve, who did n .appear was to join Grippe later; There "was no: evidence, went o Tobin, had conducted post mortem or.-; practised anatomj I Then .as .to the manner of his goin to work just "after the crime was SUD posed to have been .commiUed he wa prescribing-for his iiatients as usua there was no sign o; terror or no seeking to.avoid a soul nor haun look -in his -.eyes, neither. that rriend so callei might notice of out of his.: ordinary manner. It four in, the afternoon when Tobin rinished" impassioned speech which. Crippen" followed with closes attention. Crippen. on the Stand A- sensation ran through, the con- ths junior counsel for the defence, u'.tere-l words "Harvey The prisoner with a quick step forced his way through the crowd to the witness box. To the first formal. question he answered in quiet, tones "hardly audible. Request- ed to speak up he answered that he had had theoretical training in surg- ery but had never had any practical experience. Alberta Press Will As- sist Lethbridge.in the Matter the banque't .given .by the Board oi Irado to the members of the Al- berta and Eastern p.; -Press Asso- ciation, last eyfittintc.. Secretary, J. RAMPART HEATERS Corrugated bodies" made for bearyduty. Good warmers heat floors equally as well as base burners. Look at the price. HAPPY THOUGHT Unloading price Largest water front made. This celebrated steel' range with 22 inch oven., high warming closet, nickel hearth, nickel towei rack; nickel T Shelves, adjust- able raising top; oven thermometer; air tight damp- ers; nickel base and curved nickel legs. A handsome of the best. LAUNDRY STOVES Wonder J5 I PBIZE BASE BUKNERS Buck's Liberty Stee! Range-428.50-.at a stove price. See a wonder EXTENDED WITH OVEN. NICKEL PLATED. WORTH DR. McDOEALL DENIES CHARGE Winnipeg., Oct. Dr. John- il. of Calgary, arrived .here today" from Fisher, River, northern Manitoba, and at once answered the accusations against him at the Me- thodist mission meeting at Toronto '-xtat.-statement was false j and the man who made it knew it was ne said, referring to charge that he was the man responsible for the orgies of-the. Indians.. He added that he had done more to stop impro- per Indian dances than all the mem- bers of the Methodist mission board put together. But he did believe the incians had a right to conduct their national ceremonies under proper con trol and conditions. McNicol, of the Board-of Trade in the course'of his 'speech responding to the toast vcrv ap- propriately brought.iip the'matter of Lcthbridge's campaign to bring the International JDjy" Fanning Congress this city in 1912. "I .am going to ask tho united press 'of. Alberta and British he said, Mr. A. K. McLean, attorney gen- erai of Nova Scotia, who was former- ly member of parliament for Lunen- tmrg, N. S., will very likely become premier of Nova Scotia in succession I to Premier Murray, who it is under- i stood will shortly resign to enter the senate. necessary vacancy will probably, be created by the appoint- ment of-Senator MacGregor to the lieutenant-governorship of the prov- ince. Premier Murray had to have a leg amputated some time SHAM BATTLE ON THANKSGIVING DAY -Montreal.. Oct. 20.-Thanksgiving will be celebrated by the garrison by an attack and defence of the city on the Iberviiie side, the.garrison be- ing reinforced -by the Royal Canadian Dragoons from St. Johns' and the regiment from Sherbrooke. The duchess of MarLborough, whose jtwo sons are now with the duke at jtfientieim, has gone to Kngadine, in ,eastern Switzenjad. She will return I there at the end of October and then take her-second son, Lord Church- 111, abroad for the winter, as his phv- sicians still thinR he should not try to endure an English winter, although his health is much improved The aucness will probably with him again to St. Raphael, southern France we western edge of the Riveria as the climate there did him so much good last, season. .Manufacturers of .brass -beds have Deen trying to sell them In-.Nicaragua, despite the fact that bedsteads are not generally used there. Most of the people sleep on folding canvas cots. GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice f rest Cut Car nations; iily 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 PLOHIST Cornsr Bartlett and London Ro_ad; Phone 675. P. 0. Box -J ;