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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JPagelO JL.JJLJC. October 1910.- Tied up in Watches Alone a g 3 ffl ctf R. A. WRIGHT The Jeweler Has the Signs Up They are Yellow--The only thing about the Jewelry THAT IS YELLOW IS THE SIGNS "Champion Is Here" Get in touch with "Champion." Champion has the biggest contract he's ever had on his sell Of The O csi O He guarantees to do this for Wright. He has never-lost a man, a contract or any money to date-says he won't begin now. Champion won't receive to-morrow, he's too tired after his trip of 3000 miles R. A. Wright's Store Will be Tuesday, October 25th Be content to look at the Yellow Signs They Spell Champion is the Jewelry Sales-Manager. A First rater, not a one night stand man-a sticker Never gives up Stock of Rings HERALD TELEPHONE NUMBERS CHANGED The Herald telephone num- bers have been changed to conform with the numbers appearing, in the latest direct- ory. The editorials rooms, formerly 1052, jire now 1224. The 'business offices ar.d Job Department, formerly 122-j, are now 1252. AGA1NSTA COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) Give the children Cowan's Per- fection Cocoa and drink it yourself. It is the best beverage for young and old. iS3 THE COWAN CO., LIMITED. TORONTO. LICENSED BAR Attitude of a Public Meet- ing Held Recently at Coleridge Coleridge, Oct. schoolhouso, was crowded on Sabbath- last to hear Rev. E. E. Hench discuss the subject which had been announced several weeks previously, Coleridge have a licensed bar." An encourag- ing circumstance was the presence of so young men, nearly all the young; men of the town and, neigh- I borhood being present. A petition; had been circulated some months ago, i praying the commissioners to granti a license to the new hotel. j The commissioners have the matter i under consideration, and it was thought by those opposed to the sale of Coleridee. an oppor- tune time to present their side the argument. Before taking up the subject Mr. Hench. asked the audience to sing the stirring hymn, "Dare to be a Dan-, remarking that those -who op-! posed the liquor traffic, required the! oi the famous prophet of old. j While avoiding personalities and speaking charitably ot those engaged in the business he handled the traffic in intoxicating liquors fearless- ly and -without giO'ves. The speaker first took up the stock arguments of those in favor of the licensed sale of intoxicants that it- helps the business, of a j people will avoid a town -where no liquor can bs the revenue J from licenses is.necessary for the sue-j cess of a country, etc. He showed from concrete examples" and compari- sons of the progress made by drv and wet towns which had come under his .notice while engaged in .gospel work in the State of Washington and other places in the United States, the fals- ity of' the arguments. 1 Then taking up the positive side of the argument he arraigned the. liquor.' traffic in scathing terms, showing. that it was the worst enemy of civ-! ilizat-ion-and religion-and- a-1 positive j curse to communities and asking'if the people of Coleriage' thought it would be an advantage to haye such an institution introduced in to their at present quiet and law- abiding little town. All present, even those who had been in favor of a license, agreed that Mr. Bench's arguments were temper- MADAM: We await your phone call for a loaf of QUAKER QUALITY BREAD Or call our driver when passing. fie will gladly suppty you with a sample loaf.. PHONE 1027 GILMORE, THE BAKER Bussel] Street. Korth Ward. You can always enjoy your meals at tlie Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have-put tliis cafe-to tlie front in' less than four months. tmcauon. ate and fair, and that Coleridge had I Heart of. TVestmo-unt, ,a child better remain as she from .the 'sKull. investigation-followed arid be- i temptations of a public bar. neath a ciump Of bushes a body was i'onnd. apparently of a young woman, but the skeleton was almost entirely denuded of flesh by rats and decom- INTERNATIONAL PAY SKELETON OF YOUNG WOMAN 'single trinket or other means of iden.- FOUND IN MONTREAL Montreal, Oct in a va- cant.lot on Kensington avenue in FORTUNE FORA NANTON MAN Oct. Frantzeh hag been 'informed that -he has inherited an estate of in Philadelphia. The notice comes by way of Denmark where lawyers have been, trying to find Mr. Frantzen for the past year. nj if ;ND 'having evidently been Mr. Frantzen is awaiting more defi- Jtnere for months. There was nothinr, nite information before taking any to indicate "violence nor was' there a proceedings to procure the property. iLarge Sum Distributed! i Among Shareholders of Ccleman Mine Spokane. Oct. Internation- al Coai and Co-ie Company, Limited, yesterday declared its regular quarter- ly dividend or one and a half cents a share, or in all, payable No- vember 1. This brings the total of dividends paid by the company to datt; to ot which '000 have been paid so far this year. The previous dividend re- ord for the company is as follows 1S07, 1908', 1009, The company is capitalized at shares Oi the par value oi SI.00. The stock is largely held in' The mines of the company at Cole- nian, Alberta, arc in excellent condi- tion. The coal bioc'ced out and in sight amounts to more than 000 tons; after due allowance for working and waste, the policy ot the company being to develop more ton- nage each year than is extracted. The officers -and directors of the company are President, A. C. Flum erfelt, Victoria, B. president. H. N. Galcr, Vancouver, B. C-; man- aging director, R. W. Riddell, Colo-; .man, Alberta, and directors, C. E. McBroorr, and W. G-, Graves, of Spo-i kane, and C. S. Houghton, of Boston, i Mass. I You Can Clean the Top of a Sask- Alta Range With a Cloth or a piece of paper and make it shine like a mirror. The top of a Sask-Alta Range is -polished. You won't need the mussy stove polish that you require for your ordinary brushes, no rnits, no blackened hands, no tirred arms, and back. This is but one reason why the McClary FRICTION IN RA-NKS OF VETERANS BRIGADE Winnipeg, Oct. Scott, pre- sident of Veterans' Brigade, bavin., j completed organization of companies at Calgary, Medicine Hat and Macleod left Saturday for Edmonton where he will inspect the company. There ic little friction at headquarters, some, members of organizations seeking af- ilation with veterans brigade, seek- i ing to force the elections of perman- jent officers, whereas the provisional executive is jealous of the rights of veterans outside of Winnipeg refuse to sanction any permanent appoint- ments until the entire brigade in con- 1 ventlon are consulted. iteel is the-range you need. The other reasons are in the Sask- Alta booklet that will come to you the nearest McClary the nearest McClary agent's name and address. Write today for the Sask-Alta booklet. toadoa. Toronto, Montreal, Wsnaipec, Vancouver, St. John, H.B., 'BtmHtoa, lor Sais by Co., lethfcrifgi ;