Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, October Ilure Sale To secure your fall supply at less than actual cost. Nothing is reserved, all must go. We want the money. LACE CURTAINS Reg. 31.50 lace curtains ..95c Reg. lace curtains Reg. curtains Reg. 4.00 lace .curtains You will have to get a move on to get- ;your share of these CLOSING DAY BARGAINS. Some one will get them. Why not you? TAPESTRY CURTAINS Reg. Sale tapestry curtains tapestry curtains tapestry curtains S5.5C tapestry curtains We are going to wrestle the bear, but we intend to give you the greatest 5 days wrestling among High-Grade Furniture ever heard of in your city. Come in and try your luck. One is as good as Two for -the next 5 days. LINENS Sale, Reg.- all linen napkins .S1.10 S3.50 all linen napkins S5.50 all linen napkins ..S3.85 all linen napkins. WOODS MEANS BUSlNESS-He says: "Get jne the last week, forget the cost and profits, sell the goods, I won't holler." See Eaton's and Simpson's catalogues, then come look at our prices. TOWELS Reg. 35e towels, Reg. 45c pp. .....30c Reg. 50c towels, pr. 35c Reg. 65c towels, pr. .....40c SIDEBOARDS Regular Sideboards Regular Regular Sideboards ..................................S19.75 Regular -Sideboards Regular USE THE OLD CHIFFONIERS -Regular 515.50 Chiffonier J.... Regular Chiffonier Regiilsr Oak Regular. Mahogany BUFFETS IN GOuDEN OAK AND MISSION OAK Regular Mission oak .........S19.50 Regular Mission oak Regular Miss'on oak .........37.50 Regular Golden ffeguiar Golden Regular Gold oak..............S40.40 AND UP-TO-DATE- DINER CHAIRS Regular Golden Oak Diner Per set Regular Mission Oak. Per set. P pieces ............................S19.00 Regular Mission Oak. Per set, 0 pieces Regular Mission Oak, Per set 6 pieces DINER TABLES Regular Mission Oak, Regular S38.CO Mission 5 das. Reg, Mission 5 days Centre Tables, Chairs, Rockers, Book Cases, Kitchen Cabinets, Beds, Cots, Springs, Mattresses, Couches, Desks, Secretary's, Dressers, 'Stands, Mats, Carpets, Carpet Squares, Rmgs, Pictures, Window Shades. ALL Oct. remains o the young girl fouu-d all Westmoim yesterday, was today identinted a Miss Cecile disappeared from her home on, August 30th. Two men, Albert Sht'yrier and Ludger Ter rault already under arrest char with adduction, were re-arrested-this afternoon .ou the charge-of murder. SHELDON WAS IN PITTSBURG Montreal, Oci-. the ab- sconding broker, is in all probability in Piusburg. He was there as l as last Thursday. Washburn, with the Monirealer has been identi- fied, vas in the smoky city that by Detective Robert of Scranton. The .police of the United States in common with those oi the municipalities of- Canada, had not bees, notified that Sheldon is a fugitive from the laws.oi the Dominion, con- sequently they allowed him to so unmolested. Efforts are being made to locate the iugutive. IIALY VISITED" BY A DISASTER SPECIFY Mm! eJonin Water by name: if you don't you JMIO (he riik of net- tint ordinary edoaia" Water! the one writer from Caludoait (print. Stomach and Kidney Disorders don't come lira day, but are usually the result of long-continued indiscre- tions. Nor can they be cured in a day; drugs may give temporary relief, but the real cure is usually in right living. As an aid to Nature your physician will recommend Naples, Oct. of the Bay of Naples and Gull of Palermo Islands of Eschia and Precida have been devastated by a peculiar combination ot elements. The exact______________w number of victims has not been learn- or from your grocer MAGI, bottled only at the Spring, is sold either natural or carbon- ated and may be bought from coast to coatt in splits, >intc, and lalf-gaHons at cafes, hotels, bars, drug- railroad dining and cafe cars, ed, but 250 persons are reported kill- ed. The monetary loss is great. The disaster appears to have come in the form oi a cyclone, having three cen- tres, first over the Island' of Eschia, second over the town' ofv, Terre del Greco, on the east- coast of the Bav of and third the Gulf of Palermo- Accompanying the cyclone "were cloudbursts and a tidal wave with violent eruptions from Mount Vesuvius.- The crater suddenly I opened on the summit of the long extinct, Epromo on the Island oE Eschia. Human bones and carcarscs of animals have been discovered in Molten streams from Mountf "Vesuvius. Next to the loss at Eschia the great- est damage was done in Portici, Terre del Greco, Resina, Ainalfi, Sor- rento; Mairolt, Rablo, Angri, Pen- teognao, Centara and Montectorvinc. Reports from Eschia describe the sit- uation there as distressing. At some points lava from Mount Epromo is 20 feet deep. TO BREED FISH ON LAKE MCGREGOR by the bottle or case. THE- WATER OP-9UAU17 Magi, the- only water from the Spring on which rests the fame of Caledonia Springs, is both exquis- itely pure and delicioui. Not only will it please your palate, but its natural mineral qualities offer the system real assistance in removing devitalizing wastes. Be sure you ask for it by The Caledonia Springs Co., Limited Caledonia Springs, Ontario Medicine Hat, Oct. fisher- ies commission, took evidence today regarding the" practicability of re- stocfcing the local warer, with fish, i'vidence was given on .the suitability of Elkwater Lake and of Lake, Mc- Gregor for .breeding purposes. The latter is a reservoir on the Southern! LOCAL BUDGET Louis Pabst, manager of the Letli- bridge JHotel, 'is spending a week or two on his fruit farm in .the Arrow Lake country. -F. G. Waddington and Co. .comfortably Installed in .their suite of- offices in, the Johnston block, .b'ifth street.. F. G. Waddington nas ueen appoint- ed commissioner for taking affidavit. Const. Ma'theson. of the mounted po- lice. Mygrath. detachment, returned yesterday from the east where he went to -bury his brother who was lulled recently "by the blowing off of an, en- gine cylinder. Head near "Weyourn, A. Lcavitt. of High Paver, sec- retary of" the Southern" Alberta -Y.3VT. C.A. embracing High 'Paver, Clarcs- liolm and Nanton, was in thccity yes- terday on business. A, Of tne Lonnquist-Ma- scn Co--, returned, last from Great Falls, Montana, where the firm has a -branch. connected -with the real estate firm of Asqiiith. A CHALLENGE TO E.NGlilS.H LIBERALS London, Oct. letter published in the pi-ess signed 'by Sir C.A. Cripps, J. L: Baird Arthur Colefax, M.F., Norton Griffiths; 'George LJoyd, 31.F., and Ormsley Nore, aH prominent Conservatives, challenges English .Liberals ;td test the .acc-uracy bf the made sec- tion-? of-.the British press that .Canada is about to abandon her tariff system an.4 embrace the free im- portations. A LUXURIANT GROWTH OF HAIR Does jVot Follow Neglect ot" the Scalp Aside from combing it when they think necessary manj- people give no attention whatever to tneir nair. Then wnen the hair-begins to it never occurs to them that their trouble is the result of personal carelessness. On occasional application of New. bro's Herpicide will not only prevent loss of hair but permits a luxuriant here, but-more recentlyr of growth, Great Falls, returned from that place last night to 'take charge of Lethbridge office of the Lonnquist Alberta Irrigation Company's system and will contain three hundred thous- and square feet of water, being the rourth largest artificial lake in world. the a CANADA I Mason Co. H, Grant Hannan, proprietor of Kipp townsite, was in the city yester- day. He reports the demand for Kipp lots increasing "very rapidly and sales running into the. scores within die last 1'ew days. Railroad men in par- ticular express great favih. in the im- portance that the town is going to have on the completion of the branch to Aldersyde. A -large amount of the j London, Eng.. Oct. "George Uougnty received a great reception at Gnmsby, where a torchlight pro- 1 cession escorted him to meeting of eigbt thousand people. Doughty said lie found Canada a. country without paupers, beggars or schoolless children, wanting bread. I: The Dominion has progressed amaz- I ingly rie last seven years.' The tariff I'nas riiade Canada and could' make ureat Herpicide Mils the germ that causes dandruff and to this germ most -liair lossess are attributed. It Keeps the scalp clean and free from dirt, allow- ing the hair to grow unhampered by; accumulation of-dandruff. JsTewbro's Herpicide is sold by all druggists and its manufacturers have in its germ destroying power that they authorize all drug- gists to guarantee the one dollar sizo bottles, to do as claimed or money re- funded. Applications may- be obtained at coal shipped out of the Pass, -they say [good barber shops.: will be' shipped via the Kipp branch, owing to the much lower grades of the line from there to Macleod and Send lOc in postage for sample and booklet to The. Herpicide Co., Dept, R., Detroit D. Higinbotham to Aldersyde over the C. E. line. Company. Ltd., Special Agents. "PIERRE OF THE PLAINS" "Pierre of the presented by our old friend Harold 'Nelson and his talented company, entertained a good- ly sized audience at the Majestic last nignt. The play was of special inter- est-to the people in this part of Al- berta as the plot is supposed to have been laid at Fort Macleod. As 'Pierre' Havoid Xelson immediately won favor with his audience. Jen. Galbraith, heroine of ihe play, was most winning an-d graceful. A feature which adds to the pleasure of all perform- ances at the Majestic this season is tiie excellent orchestra under the -di- rectorship of J. B. Tremblay, and theatre-goers appreciate the list of musical selections which, appears on every programme each evening. John A. McDonald, of Wyoming, Unt, tell '30 feet from the roof of.r, silo and received injuries from which he died. Shilohfe Cure Quickly coujili.s, colds, heals throut aud (uugs 25 cents. v; You can always enjoy your, meals at the Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have put this cafe to the front In less than four months. The Belgium Restaurant Under the new management is.meeting the requirements of the public in menu, service, prices and surroundings. Try it. Opposite C. P. H. Depot. CHARLIE LOO, PROP.