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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October C You Can Cook on Every Inch of the dependable Sask-Alta Steel "Range. A pot will boil on the back as well as it will on tbe waste surface; no crowding, This is because the principle, of .-heat distribution is as perfect as human ingenuity can make result of serious, patient study for many a year. You'll require less coal than you bum in your ordinary range; and the result is obtained without driving the fire in a McClary Sask-Alta I Steel Range 1 Besides, while you boil the rest of your dinner on the top. vou can roast the meat and bake the pies and pudding. You do not require to favor one. cooking process more than the other. You'E never be in doubt about being on time with a uncertain about any dish. Don't buy any range until you've looked into the real merits of a Sask-Alta. Write to the nearest McGlary branch for Sask-Alta booklet and the name of our nearest agent. MSClaiys Toronto, St. Joha. 2f B., Htsifltoa, 'Lettliridge All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter. and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by ItiE E, B. Eddy, Co., limited, Hull, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them A young Quaker had. "been for some time casting -diffident glances at a maiden of the same persuasion, sne, trne to the -tenets of her 'upbring- ing, had given him. mighty little en- couragement. 'Hotrever, one day the opportunity of placing the matter up- on a more stable footing presented itself to Seth, and he shly inquired: "Martha, dost thon love "Why, Seth. we are commanded to love one quoth the maiden. "Ah. Martha, but dost thou, feel -what tbe -world calls "I hardly know what to tell you, Seth. I have tried to bestow my love upon all, but I have sometimes thought taat thou frast getting more than thy Snare." BECAUSE THE BEST RES ARE CERTAIN. It possesses the full nulty -flavor o'tf The Best No. I Hard Wheat Unbleachedyet While as Snow" The Belgium Restaurant the requirements of the public in menu, service, prices and surround ings. Try it. Opposite C. P. E. Depot. CHARLIE LOO, PROR CRIPPEN AND PAJAMAS IN COURT His Trip With Leneve Girl Closely Followed in Evidence London, Oct. the court this afternoon Crippen was confronted with which played an important part in the case. He said they were his and he bought them about a year ago at Jones Bros. Shown another pair of pajama trousers not so new he said it was part of a suit he had bought previously. Muir cautioned him not to hurry as that was very important. Crippen couldn't say when.he bought the pajamas, of which the trousers remained-, but shortly after he went to Hill drop Crescent in, 1305 or 1906. "What became of the jacket "I couldn't tell'you, worn our prob-" ably." your wife buy these pajamas for you "at Jon-es Bros., Jan. By Judge "Lsten, because, it is v-ery important to yourself." "I wouldn't say she dida't buy some, she .jj-oght have some." By Judge your wife "buy you three pairs ot uajamas at Jones Bros.' sale Jan." "I won't say she did." "Will you say she did not'.'" won't." By Muir "Did your wife huy you these one of them minus a GAS, INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA GO Makes Your Disordered Stomach Feel Fine in Five. Minutes You can. eat anything your stomach craves -without fear of moiacstipn Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer- ment or sour on your stomach, if you -take a little Diapepsin occasion- ally. Your meals will taste good, and any- thing you eat.will be digested; nothing can ferment or turn into acid.or poi- son or stomack which causes Belching, a feeling "of full- ness after eating, Nausea, Indigestion (.like a lump of lead in. Bil- iousness, Heartburn, water brash, Pain in. stomach, and intestines or other symptoms. stomach are ab- solutely unknown -where this effective remedy is used. Diapepsin really does all the work-of a Tieakhy stomach.' digests your meals when your .stonv-q t ach can't" A single dose will digest, all the food you e'at and "leave nothing to ferment cr sour and upset the stomach. Get large 50-cent case of Pape'-s Diapepsin from your druggist anO start taking now, and in a Jittle while you will actually brag about your healthy, strong stomach, for then can eat anything and every- thing you wanr without: the slightest discomfort or. misery, and every par- ticle of impurity' and gas. that is in your stomach and intestines is going SUCCESSFUL jto be carried away -without the -.use This space was taken by the Standard Furniture Co. They have been so busy un- packing and delivering New Furniture that they were unable to prepare Watch for announce- ment in a day or two, and in the meantime see their new" stock CraUb Street Opposite Herald jacket on Jan. bought some, I 5, "She don't know whether these are the ones or not." By Judge "Two minutes ago you said your wife never bought you pa- you always bought them your- self. Now you have said your wife did buy some. Which is true "Per- haps I should.not have been so posi- tive, but should have said sbe might have bought some." Crippen was now "confronted with. a piece of the pajama jacket IOUKJ. with the remains. He was asked to com- pare it with the pattern of the trousers referred to. "Is it xhe asked, counsel, Crippen replied, "It- was very simi- lar." By Judge: "Is it the saTnCv'' Grip- pen: "It is similar." By Judge: "The jury can judge for 'th-emscrves." The trousers and the piece .of jacket were then closely examined, by. the jury to whom, the lens -was passed. Meantime subdued hum.of conversa- tion arose in the court" The judge in- timated that the' jury "might 'be able to more closely scrutinize .tbe ma- terial in lie outer room, later. By'Muir: "If these trousers were not part 'of sets your wife '-bought; in 1909, -when we're "they "Al- most sale'pajarcas were boup-ht by me or her. it would be im- possifal-e to say now." ..Cornering "I am going, to put.' a question to you so you may have tie .opportunity of altering your answer, if yoii desire so. It is fore you, -one the: .were manufactured' November, that the cloth oi; which-they 'were made never came into existence be- fore November, 1908. It .is still, pos- sible to call evidence on this point. I want you to have that in your mind before you give your final an- swer. That cloth before you was made in November, 190S." Crippen "I can only say I do not think it is possible to call evidence abour it. It may be possible, but> to my ir.ind it does not seem possible." Muir "The cloth from which all these three things before you were made in Nov. The jacket in thfi jar is part 'of the same cloth, sold byJones Bros, If that is right the jacket must have got beside the re- mains since Nov. }908." Tobin for the defence rose apparent- ly to take objection. 'The Judge "I do not think Muir has gone too far, but I do not think n necessary to do more than' he has rione. This is not the time for argu- ment. By Muir "Do you wish to aJter your Crippen: "No." Counsel nexr lead Cnppen to his de- j pariure from London He saitl he hart p.iadp up his mind to go away the j morning Inspector Dew calk-ri. He there were suspicions against j him, the result of which he might be j in jai! months till his wife was found. Muir "You really thought you would be "Yes." ''Upon what "Suspicion.1' "What crime did you anticipate you would be kept prisoner "I do riot understand Jaw enough to say. I hate heard of people being qn suspicion of beinsr concerned in the disappearance of people." laxatives or any other assistance. Should you at this moment'. be suf- fering from indigestion or any.'-stom- ach disorder, get relief within five minutes. If I could not produce Dew told me, I should be serious knew also it .would put Leneve in a and the only idea I could think of was to take her out of the Muir "When you said to neow, 'If anything saould happen'give these "nan''.you made up'your mirid "Aft-er that you went-' into lar with Dew there, :-was it after that you .'your "It -was- the nextLmorning, -after "I had studied the whole matter over, after I had consulted Lenevcf as' to what she would "You thought in. danger 01 "that is so." "And so you fled- J'Yes." "In false'' "Yes." "Shaded off your "Yes." "Left off your glasses in public." "Yes." "Took Leneve with "In false name passing as your "You went to Antwerp and stayed in the hotel indoors all "Oh no, we went about ,in tha gardens." "Did you enjoy yourselves'.'1' "Cer- tainly." "And did you sign the register in false "I don't remember." "You remember signing a book at Antwerp." "I signed a. book at Brus- sels." A copy oi the register at Brussels where Crippen and LencVft stayed was produced and his Lordship said it was signed John merchant, abed 5-5, who had come from Vienna Julv 10, and was returning to Vienna. Crippen's companion was described as BAZAAR HELD WAS AT TABER Taber, Oct. bazaar held oa Oct. island 19, for the -benefit of the new CathoJIc church at Taoer is ov-_ er. It was organized under the aus- pices of the .Aid, and the con- ducting of the bazaar as well as its great succes are a telling commenda- tion, of the work -accomplihecL as to possess'the hicky number for the Chinese, dim-ei1 aei. Tta rocking onair was takea home by Mr., Wheeler brother of Mrs. George .Williams, and tne doll contest ended in. a .victory for. Miss Jane Athol. Not. a few .expected.that also the rattle for the two town lots would be on the evening of the 19th..But as the preparation for the 'bazaar kept the men -busy as well as tb.9 ladies. .of tickets, and consequently the raf- fle could not be drawn that "evening. .All who have' taken tickets I can. nev- ertheless assure "that uiis raffle, will be drawn, as soon as possible. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has become famous for its cures of coughs colds, croup and influenza. Try it in need. It contains no harmful substance and always gives f rompt re- Mrs. J. E. Brouillet was. so happy Itney could not go on with the selling 'Kef.. sold by all OUR PASTRY AND CAKE BEATS EVERYTHING that you ever ale. Our counters are crowded with things to eat, that just mate you hungry to look at. It is not all in looks, either. IN THE EATING is where the real goodness" asserts itself most pleasingly. Just try our baking for bet a. doughnut you never bother again with baking own pastrj or cake. City Bakery FortlSt Beside Fhe Hall Phone 1181 We await your phone call for a loaf of QIJAKEBQ Or call our driver when passing. .He ;will gladly supply a sample loaf.-. PHONE 1027 GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. North Ward. By -Ttidge "Is the tion that of Circumstances of. Arrest Muir then questioned Crippen- about The circumstances surrounding his ar- rest by Dew on board the Montrosc. Crippen said he was very much sur- prised to.see Dew at.Father Point. At first he had not recognized him dressed up UP to that j time he had not thought what charge j could be made against him "and when Dew spoke he did not pay much at- tention as-he was so time. He could not say. therefore, j whether.Dew told'him then he i arrested for murder or mutilation of his wife.. Sunsequently he was. .cau- tidied'by the Canadian police-officer a-nd charged with, the- crime. By tO'lhat lime.did you f believe your wife was "I did." j "Did you put any question to Dew j whether your wife had been, found." j "I put no questions at all, I make j no reply." It is in time 'of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place! of doctor, who cannot al- 1 wflys be found ai tbe moment- Then I Muir: -Disappearance of other pco-i11 is tbat Chamberlain's Linimeiu is "I cannot, put it in the legal inever fouljd "WMiing. In cases or phrase for you." i sprains, cuts, Bounds and bruises By Jiidpc: "Nobody wants the Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the phrase be held "I I should soreness and drives away the pain. until the woman was found. jSold by all druggists. You can always enjoy your meals at the EXCELSIOR CAFE Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have put this cafe to the front in less than four months. In the Gity are Sold in We Buy in Large Quantities for Cash. We Sell in Large or Small Quantities for Cash. Quality of Goods Unexcelled. Choicest Brands only Sold. Wholesale Rates to Hotels and Restaurants. Beside Union Bank. North Lethbridge. Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain, Groceries and Provisions. ;