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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 Fl F ilfc, ill.: Ill "4% If Page 12 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October MAJESTIC Sam Griffith Owner H. Cleveland Manager Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch L Success of Three A Carload oi' Scenery- -25 People. 300 Nights Terry's Theatre, London Direct from Winnipeg: Tk-feets on Sale at the Bed Cross Brugv Stove- PBICES: y- Dress- and MAJESTIC'S ESPECIALLY SELECTED MUSIC i VY aiKer presents Shakespeare's ideal comedies ORCHESTRA Prof. Leader. Tuesday, 25 i Weases'y, Oct. 28 I sli lit A MASSIVE SCENIC AND COSTUME PRODUCTION .WM. YULE, as Toby Beech VIOLET' EDDY. PRICES...........50c 75o S' As You A 'MOST CAPABLE" CO: OF PLAYERS, INCLUDING WM.. Touchstone: >C.'.-., viOLET ;RosajfntT PRICES...........50c 75c j CHIN ITEMS. i v. P. and family ed to Coaldate, where he is agent for the Citizens Lumber Co.. Herman Liast made a business trip to Lethbridge ou Monday, returning Tuesday morning. Mr. and K. L. Willard, of :Coal- ctaie. speu: Sunday in Chin. Mr., Ross of Iowa is moving oato a larm a mile south east of here. A gentleman owns land north j west of town is here, hnking arrange- ments to have it broken and is also tencing it. There is a cract of land west of town beins broken by the Alberta Se- curities Co. .Henry Kigimball; the.manager of the Citizens Lumber yards here has I been'out'of town, .the 'past two weeks. i JKID BRATTON AND.WIFE.''. f. j .Winnipeg. Oct. Bratton. Edna, .are-under arrest (at-tn_e ijplicevisiarida and will prob- depwrte-d undesirable char- racters. The" police'-' inquiries have j eacitedJ ib-e date; Bratton picked up at Graft on. :X. and brought "her to a -house of ill -fame- [to -Bcanc uajgaryv married the woman'-at the. last named immigration authori- ties-becoming acquainted.- with th.r '.man, to have, them jser.t "'back .10 Dakota. to., Winnipeg, and...yesterday police magistrate .remanded them [lor one 'week' pending further inquir-' ies and. the proceedings ..necessary' in- I connection" with .the, case.' in'Winnipeg: after bein they proceeded sornel time, ii'." later to Suffer from rheumatism? You will find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in OR. CRIPPEN WILL HANG return a vei-uict or not guilty. But they ought not to hesitate in returning a verdict which they were satisfied upon, on the evidence submitted with- out any fear of suggestion as to what might.occur in the future. There had been ample opportunity of getting hold of Cora Crippen- if aliva and they couldn't approach the case with-the idoa that Cora Crippen was alive. As the jury was leaving 'their box i Crippen stood up, nervously stroking; bis moustache with his right hand and looked earnestly at each juror, spoke I once, or twice-to, the attendant ware- en in an. undertone and made, his direc tions towards-the entrance to the dock as though' to go out. (Continued: from iron t. outvin the .box, continued His -that -Cora Crippen had left his-house-on' ihe morning of-.Feb- -l.'lu: judgmen; thai one "of "the most important yaris of .the case. It was an incident which the..defendant had raised and Medicine Hatj he was entitled-10 have that'incidem -sad I_-eihbridge. Brattcr.j considered. the jury ..could not have', box Jons without that they "could not rely upon tke mere statement by Crip- pen.; He .had, iji ft.rif Logical Remedy for EczemY Many different remedies, have been [tried'tor Eczema and other skin dis- the SEATS ON SALE RED CROSS DRUG STORE, MONDAY. OCT. 24 HOWITT ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, OCT. opened 94 i" 3-4, closed !M 5-S; !srov. opened S-i 5-S, closed 94 3-S; Bee. opened 93 3-S, clos- ed 92 T-S: May opened SS closed 97.7-S. Cash dosed. 1 Zsor. 94 o-4 j t-his morning to taJje the seat vacated 2 Nor. 31 1-2: 3 37 3-4; i' white j-by J- -Joel Marvin Briggs oats '31 Sax 2.41. I put i In signed by Jessel of Toronto Tom j-ir'enl'old of Gueloh, but as neither mover or seconder was present, Re- itt elected by acclamation, 'pcssib'le'-'cure is'a-mi.ldi s'oothinji t liquffi- niade' up of :'0il" of 'Wiiitergreeu I Thymol, Glycerine, and other ingre-ji- j ents so carefully compounded that eacb ingredient -has its proper effect. This compound is aow made -vip in D. D. D. Prescription. Ten years jot success and thousands of cures show the' merit of this vronderful com- but the most -convincing-" proof I is a trial of the remedy by any eczema 'Gueiph, Oct. 21. J. Ransom [sufferer. Jiowitt was elected -by .acclamation j D. D. D. prorve'io you that you Of .two continents had been full oi his own confession "lied for his purposes and even When- he'-yas to" 'tell; the certain things were false and false" to their OV.'XL ioiowledge, they were' to j belie ve'.rhVstbry that' Belle Elmore left'in this way: -His was going through the. lying letters. He agreed "in some sense vrith-'what: Dr. Crippen .had' sai 6 to is the use of yo.ur asfo ing" I admit it." (that he was lying.) -ft was 'the most remarkable set qf statements that had ever com-; Lordship's ii'.aiee and. the iui- porLapce of it was ;.hat this .sentaticn even was for'-sfa rr.unrhs. If the jurj' came to the coi> that this sjame was so- enor- mously dangerous that Crippen not possihly have carried it if he had thoush his wife -might appear again, they must- ask themselves again whether they could believe his storj of her having left. home. Nearly -nine months had now passed (since this case -had arisen- N NELSON GETS A JEW JUDGE Vicioria, Oct. At: a': short meet; ink o: 'ihe -provincial'; executive an or- der. in. count.-! 1-. bringing. into force, for .the cily of the Juvenile Cour-t was duly, passed and -.sev- eral luinor-: ap'jjoiiuments: cocfirmed upon the recommendation MURPHY .OPEN THEIR RESTAURANT Ellis' and Murphy have about the cheeriest and neatest little cafe in the city. They have sbecoine famous lor cream during the sum- mer, .and undoubtedly their delicious luncheons-and dinners will .be just as greatly appreciated. They opened their dining room on Thursday, and since then kept busy every minute. quiet and dainty service, the home ''made pies and pas- try, -and the absolutely clean appear- ance of their dining room are sure to win them the patronage of those who care for the same service that would- offered'in a home. Tomorrow evening a course turkey j dinner will be served between the hours of five-thirty an-d seven. At noon an'' especially goodrluncheon will be served. _. 8LOOD Dr. Morse's Indian Root Healed Mr. Wilson's When the sewers of the kidneys and skm clogged up, the blood quickly becomes impure and frequently sores break out over the body. The way to heal them, as Mr. Richard lives near London, found, a to purify the blood, writes: "For some time I had been in a low, depressed condition. My appetitt_ left me and I soon began to suffer from indi- gestion. Quite a "number of small_ sores and blotches formed all over my skin, 'I tried medicine for the blood and.used many kinds of ointments, but "without satisfactory results. What was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood, and I looked about in vain for sonic medi- cine that would accomplish this. At last Dr. Morse's Indian Root PDls were brought to wy notice, and they are ana of the most wonderful medicines I hivs ever My blood was puri- fied in i very snort time, sores healed up, my indigestion vanished. They always have a place in my home and are locked opon as the family remedy." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills deaitse the system thoroughly. Sold by aD dealers at 25c a box. 6 GROW APPLES at FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in-comfort. You can. live in an ideal .climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and.make more money on an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AN-D GROW RICH. Others are doing not YOU. Splendid climate, high winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson, B. C. This morning we secured Two corner lots 54 1-2 feet frontage, on water and sewer Most exclusive corner in Riveirview. Splendid view of river and bridge. f Coal, Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 These lots are worth and afford a splendid oppor- tunity to secure the most desirable building site in Lethbridge. See Us At Once LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK lit, tn an t'O'ur mont'h's. dllll A ;