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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, October LETHBRIDGE.'DAILY HERALD Page 5, Studebaker Wagons 31-2 Steel Skein Avitti 28 in. box, moun- tain brake, seat, .trees and yoke. Cash price 1135.00. Selling .'.out price is Farmers'. Handy Trucks with 3 1-4 skein, steel wheels DO in. and 36 in. high. Regular price Selling out price Mountain Wagons with 3 14 steel' skein, 2 1-2 V 3-4" in. double bos. brake: seat, .trees "and Studebaker? highest grade wagon, sold, at cash. Selling out price J 29 in. Steel Skein with double bos, Oregon brake, seat, trees 'and yoke. Regular price Selling out price IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Dominion Carriage Buggies Jentlemaii's; feolicl Rubber Tire Bike with-.double-auto seat, genuine lea-tli- er cusliionB; Casliprice Sell- hro- out Prairie Buggy with 1 in. steel tire. 4 bow rubber top: 3 reaches, 6 leaf side spring, roomy seat, extra large piano throughout. Our big seller at cash. Selling out -Si Open Buggy Avitli 1 in. steel tire, gen- uine leather cushions, end spring, red or dark green gear. Cash price Selling out price............... Sulkey Plows Fitted with 16 in. breaker bottoms, ex- tra horse -e-veners, pole at- tachment: Regular price Sell- ing out price stubble moldboard and extra share. Regular price 128.00. -Selling Diggers, only two in-stock -sold.at 14.50 Standard Rotary 3 Disc Plows, can be changed to 1 or 2 disc in '20 minutes. o Sold regularly at J90.00, A genuine bargain, only 1 (Continued from, from the visitors. coupling with -it the most important qualification names of C, G. K. Nourse and E. A. Judge was high moral cfaarac- not so much a great knowi. Mr. Nourse said he was glad to have i the- opportunity of replying to ihis toast as it gave aim an opportunity of expressing nis appreciation of Bro. closely as he .had. Ever since he. aker, case to -Lethbridge some was pro- j years ago Bro. Simmons had been his expressed by previous speakers as to posed foy.G. H. Johnston and replied j bllsiness aflvisor and he had alwavs Haw. "What Mr. Simmons' felloe citi- zens had been saying of him he saw tliat the reason of his own promotion was not so much his fitness for the of-a )and although' you may be removed -linger as long in your memory as it "pd irom. us, yet for-good] wi'U still be felt in our homes, in our Simmons. Very few had known him chief justiceship but Mr. Simmons" es- pecial i'itness for the position he had vacated. Some trepidation had been what mlg.it happen to them should to by R. P. Wallace, who said he had i rouad him al] Vool and a vard wide. Mr. Justice Simmons come back to is C0mmonly. known iJLetnbriage to try cases. As Chief Jus Known Bro. Simmons :cr several having' nssceicted with him in business ma ters couiinuoucf r: He was net as a popular man, for he had the habit mat now he has racich-ju the bench: oi' Alberta, the which it is rut- of all to rutain, the! i this city oi" which he was a! E- ember so long woiiM 'Jcrl s-jec-1. The honor vmicii has come Lo him is well merit- ed and vrell desorveci." Ju connection v, iiis practice ol' one of :hc i-j'itures of Bro. S'mmons ;hat had always brother la-wxers was his extreme earnestnass. In con- elusion he the hope, and he tice he had the arrangement of the sittings and he -would see to it that such a contingency -did not arise. Mr. yimnions could always count on his support and assistance. "Your con- fidence in Mr. Simmons' he concluded, "to perform his new duties uJPortant position, and lie knew that he i with honor to himself and you, I am 'would carry out its duties in a manner: sure will be found not to have been i of callinrr a suade a spade, and this vhere jt ,vould be necessary for her l idtiT representation at Ottawa and the in- corporation of companies by tne pro- vince. he wished, but he could not sifdotiTr 'to submit'to the deadly cross-exam without repeating in his humble wav jnation his learned friend Muir. his regrets at leaving the city of T otl'X-Hcrr. Vn AI" A 1 Hprl LllICI said thp Belleville may have a street railway if rumors at present current are true. QOW- 'been laid the in Innk- UTinn thf> ut'- sau: ulc Jurv must clear their tileel IOOK oacK upon pro usa, minds Q. ejudicc Onc point, to T. P. eastwards from Prince Rupert LIlC j i as much interest be considered was, did prisoner know i ior TO miles. as He trusted that h( i -v, i 1 I AVi M-I- JL, l-resently he got varougn j am deiigh'ted at the oppor- ex (fifty cents' worth) in a 1G oz. bot- suuvvs uiaou are caung i: j his was admitted to prac- j umity afforded me of having the hon-1 add the Sugar Syrup. Take not being but instead, is ler-j Ucc_ Anfi he made a pl-etty .good law- 0 To propose the toast Guest" I a teaspoonful every one, two or three ir.sniing anu giving out poisonous gas- vpr tno hp l00' te bim jand although there are many present noFS- _ vtloSe abilities better aoiuues oetter mons wanted to be a member of Belching oL' gas is a common symp- j He wondered- in tcm-at suc-h times, and also ihat lump I ajcRens Simmms Wa3" g0ing lc sinceritv of lead feeling, as if your stomach was i do t.here. He helped fight him them I tQem and with" would he. would have return to again thoso fraternal which had been so exemplified that evening. The drinking of the'Junior Warden's toast vand the singing of Auld Lang Syne then brought the affair to an ali too earlv close. when she fled with Crippen that he! ;e manv an onportunitv to I ha'ri rnurdcre_d ..his wife. They werft K ig in Tir Lethbridge "and exchange i noj l, i accident that so fraternal crreetincs which !-an'fl ,cl -li lean be relied had fillrn :can of r-irpfnllv sudden mishap or that Chamberlain's "Liniment upon to take -the. place g_ family doctor, who cannot al- be found ax the moment. Then You Wl11 find tbat tnis rem' efl hold Qf a n more task, to no man will I yield ]v than anvthing else you ever used. carrying a much greater load than could stand. If you want prorup' relief and per cure, go to Johnson Jack- sen and get a large tin box of Mi-o-na tables for SO cents. Johnston Jackson know that Mi- "Hro. Simmons, so far as J can learn couidn't beat And he made altnis ls {he rirst complimentary ban- pretty member too. Now by this lodsre in honor of he has become a Supreme Court judge'011K Of irs members, and although no doubt, he would make a mighty j your appointment to a 'position on o-ua is a highly recommended scienti- j perience of his i friend." Bro.' rleet wood uu uut' the bench came as a thunderbolt io Bro. Whitmore replied to the toast. imost ot- yet we feit that the occa- remarkmg that if a man with the wel, merited the assemblage of Usually ends a deep-seated cough in- j side of 24 hours. Splendid, too, for tvhooping cough, chest pains, bron- chitis and other throat troubles. It stimulates the appetite and is slight- ly laxative, which helps end a cough. This recipe makes more and better cough syrup than you could buy! ready-made for It keeps per- warren, .Minn.. Oct :14 Taral- BAD FIRE AT WARREN, __........._ was the probability oj 1S lhrat Chamberlain s Luament is this scoundrel telling her afctotit "the. !never found Anting. In cases ot murder. Would Crippen have told the j sprains, cuts, wounds acd bruises woman Iu- wanted for his wife 01 that i Cnamherlam s Liniment takes out the crime? If the occurrence of which [soreness and drives away the pain, the landlady spoke, took place -when I Sold by all druggists. tic remedy and that, is why they an-, ready to return your money if it failf 10 cure acid stomach, belching of gas irzziness, billiousncss. sick headache loul breath and all stomach troubles. Know notl could he like hinisc iyour brethren to honor congratulate ir heartv and i CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA Bronchitis, Crocp, Coujjiu and Colds, c sitor.ey back. Sold and )ected of an old bachelor jciaiion of the occasion i? manifest in jtlie larse number present, especially f Justice Speaks Ion such short notice. We concrat- Tiie Master then called !ul-ue you rnos-r. heartily, although it- upon Chief Justice Harvey, who was i bring? n pang of pain and regret, present as a guest, to speak to them.! of us miss you as n true Replying. .Mr. Harvey remarked that close friend, man and a .Mason, his presence was very impromptu until five minui.es previous to the ban-! Hoarseness in a child subject fectly and tastes pleasant Pinex is the most valuable concen- trated compound of Norway white setli's department store was totally destroyed, the.city hali partly burned acd is rich guiaicol and a whole business 'block threaten- all the natural pine elements !ed today. The Argyle fire depart- i which are so healing to the .arrived in time to save the day branes. Other preparations will not and by heroic work bnd, the fire "TtifplaL5 cough syrup river with Pinex and Sugar Syrup (or! aepartment arrived. There werre no strained honey) has proven so far as can be learned. The lar throughout the United States is insurance Canada, that it is often imitated. But' to the old, successful formula has never quet he had not known such an atinir i Jp a Sliro ,was ,0 beheld, let alone that he was i indication of the ap i been equalled. to be present and called upon for aafler Congratulating Mr. Simmons A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, Cough Remedy is given at once or ever i money promptly refunded, goes lhe C0ljgh has appeared this recipe. Your druggist has JACKSON Jon Ilia elevation, he flecinrfid that the i no poison. SoUI bv all dniggisfs. prevent, ibc.- nitack.' CoiUaiJit j or get it' fof ywii. If not, tc Tiie At Frince Rupert, 13. C., laborerrs ai'i- being paid 37% ceuts an hour. vvniie playing iu a sham battle at Kulgeiuwn, Ross Mills, .11 yoars old. was accidentally shot in the Ont. jjimmy Feilch, aged ous tin of coal black 1, and bursts into a brilliant ter a few rubs. ;