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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i will buy and give away hundreds of thousands of cent bottles of Psychine (pronounced There is one for you. Do you think-we r could afford to do were we not supremely confident of its great value? THE LEXHEKIPGE DAILY HERALD Aad builds ceritiij ksiir'of amjoae offer- iature's trae renofcdT. mjiy. preparation Waicii tuowf win do ju'si tiit" is, ours, all Tfc to rrear to '_' ie -our from Acti we all claini for Psyciiie. -will liey ,are in oae of the ia that JUl'j OAiirlv tv cue Cilit. It -plaa But .costly aad.ali -at if is we know ic aor? Kill will undoubtedly buy and dis- tribute io this maaner. .huadreds of of these 50-cent bottles of- .1 r the Herald) Keriue. l'5.-Siipreme Court opened the fall term or the -Bast Kootenay assizes here at 11 .o'clock today. x Tne-grautfjurv-brought in -true bills againsufiarice -Francinnello, cbaraed with .murdering his working compan- ion, Michael Frederick Chiado, on the Jaffray, and three less importance. The mur- der case is now on. trial, Mr. Denting the crown, and Sherwood. Herchiner defending the accused-man. The docket is a short one and pecupv but; a, few -days, time of: the" court.- jury, alter bringing in the minor casesiasked to be allowed .to make, a report upon, the custom of carrying- concealed weapons and were told by His Lordship that he consider any report they wished end th'ey w-ia, .before being make pome report or re- A vitrcfc., intrusion ana .uon- tana Railway. ;was in town week. "He will meet Premier Sifton at "on-Wednesday, prestiniabh- f jurors and the a5" to confer as to further movements re- i rn v Meeting-the Milding of the comp4vs the hotels aaded.to the number of strangers in LOCAL COMPANY 5 '-._; SUPPLIES-THE- DISTRIBUTING 'TREES ia failure. Seed for sowing 'the fol- j lowing spring was got from "Dakota of Forest Report I More-" Applicants Thin' Ever and in the nursery. in 'the spring of and in 1908 "the trees from this seed "R'ere sent out. Thas 'particular lot of maples'has been reported ..to The report" of-t'ae Superintendent of Jiave suffered verj much', from winter- ;Forestry forms part :cases" th'e eiiare .the- roots, having been killed dur- ment- of-the Interior. lust WCfrthe severe and in-- other __ _ and -in Vprk tops'-having beeajkilled 'At sri-rX TTcTVJ 1, ai-stiibutibn 'from forest at-Indian Head., some years, the trees hasfbeen part c'l, Fltttwaed School and" Other Pro'-' Fleet- Bchbol is "the Mon with-ihea-d offices in. this "eajcy.-. a-'youag -company, ihs energetic'-- methods mailing se-.' c'uored, contracts 'for stone "work 'on -school.' the 'HuOlvBlocfc; the; T. S. BiLnor 'is "-not'surprising wjien..one the lionarcii -'stone. j t v AltiiUt if Jte-ge-d6posit-one numbers uccasionally. however, when the lo- i.vtw0 the. -largest; either .-an enlargement -of" the' noting else- or 'tbe. establishment -1C atfc-the-companys .disposal, about, ones will after j v'At the number" hardy West, and tfia .of so many -is sent'-out, in sery -practically line. The-latest threshing returns to hand are froni'-S. 'Speth, 'ten miles -south- of town, who threshed 35 bushels of fall wheat .to the acre, and Mr, Hastren.'. seven -miles sou-th of who got .42 per acre.. A number of .the from this place went to Blairmorel'tiiis evening to inistitnte a-lodge- aL-tMat! place. Scotsmen: of -will ineet-ott evening, to (iecide.-'in wiat form they'will 'celebra'te-Str-AnclreVs Marcellas. stenographer tvith" Kemmis Thomson, is-a way ..on her-liolidays andi Mac- leod is rilling her place. Miss Floi'ence. Harper" has. returned home after, z. .holiday spent at therPass. "The inspector of Weights 'anflt mea- sures Iwas in. town-, this tfe of his .'duties. town ALBERTA APPEAL SUPREME COURT Ottawa'. Oct. the.- Supreme in thte case- of Finsett vs Ryley Elotel liquor Chrysler, leave-'to appeal from the'judgment'of the Court of Alberta. The case not arise -in.' a but if is- contended-'that the matter-in con- 'troversy.isj a-judicial proceeding un- the SDecting- ;wiiich aiKiappeal is allowed ab--at.abouf two'and'a'half millions mecl farther s( .The Tea-son for-tn'is'is that. the. SUDllar failure 'splendid.. The rea-son for -this 'is the capa'c- 1 It- -is j ity of -the- aurssry-isr now almost if they tained from regions farther south. A oo- Elliott of Summerriew were are elm' era Canada. imported years East -'V-. is named. There. delay'in meet- thV increasing '-demands Leth- building' for" year's- to'come, .-in-either' blue'-'of 'b'e fwnere and take the risk. Eurtiier sesd "re- pilesnts given- in'the-re- buff sanSstone. of the naitire. the manager, informs Herald 'the company has 't-vfency-five raen -on the pay roll, and roomvfor -more. They are.mostly paid if the progress- ed." In: 1S09-trees 'were sent to of..which can applicants: "ia ISIO 'that number "had obtained free of cnarge by idiiress- increased'to of con- mff R' H' of Ottawa, Ont. c siderablr more than 5( lyos the average number of trees sent to each'applicant was in 1910 only SOO could be .spared tp eseh ap- plicant. In '.received awas y the of. new. .appli L. F. CLARRY 'WILL BE DEPUTY ATTORNEY-GENERAL- it been do- ing recently.' stone yard in-the city, _ to supply at the shortest in -rn new 1910 the number-had increased-to no-reaso-n why the farmers should not grow their own and ash trees, and to any who contemplate 'doing this -the Forestry _ Branch will be glad to send advice and seed as far as the means at their OES a.ll4i ly appreciated by contractors' and lers who admire good stonework One point that must be carefuUx but are often compelled to use infer- fended to, howerer, the 'ource -or stone, or looking cement forUhien the if aL BLOW OUTOT IN ORDER -TO GIVE CONNECTION WITH WEST NARROW ESCAPE Coleman, Alia.. Oct. _ sency. m-eeting of the Board of Trade Young "Calgary Lawyer Offered Im- TOS held this morning in the. Council portant Po.itlon in Provinciai t sional t5upt-'. of the C-P.R. The long Government i of blowing out. the lio. the; supreme "court of judges- below are" as to wihe- ther certain requirements, of. section 37 of .the Liquor License Act con- ditionsj.-. precedeut to .the issue of li- matters: left-in discretion license and there- j tore appeal to the supreme court of Canada would, be. called upon to decide the true constraiction of- a sec- tion in-the license act. Ewart-K.C.. .opposed the motion on- the ground that__ the originating gummons, by which the controversy was. raised, a but a matter .'before a. judge person de- signate. Judgment was; reserved. A chocolate confection of rich milk choco- late and fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. In and pound cakes. THC COWAN CO. UMITCO. TORONTO. BECAUSE THE BEST RESU i ARE CERTAIN; It possesses the full nuity flavor w The Best Na I Hard Wheat linblcnched yet aft 5noww Tvith .Turkey, the headstrong Greeks "are blind'to..1 danger, forgetting that only thirteen '.years; have, elapsed since- the- Turkish legions vanquished tneirj own forces. The-Mng. ,wbo, is a sane; man, and who perceives, the danger, is .endeav- oring the-crisis. and his exasperated, subjects contemplate driv ing: the -Border, to remove ,itn. obstacle to their chosen policies, .j.The. ex- tends to the members of .the Royal ally. crown ,'prince has been unpopular- since he covered himself with s name'in -the campaign against 1'urkey in 1SS7.' The kins: and mem-i GREEKS ANXIOUS TO ANNEX CRETE the Greeks. '-before they _ are reach the frontier. "f- MORE DEATHS' 'FROM Ocf of. are--ok': cially reported during h ours. Two deaths "occurred" Kev. leaving in. 3 re turn-as. a nilBsionarT Tne 'Dominion has prop'riated ial mission school for-the.Indians.neaj Carcross, B. C..' i contract has been in. danger of being, driven 'from G-. T. P.. depot freight- sheds; at" country but of being massacred' b_- f amrose. Calgary. Oct. 25.-i-The' Albenan says: L. F. Ciarry, a Calgary barris- ter, has been offered the position of deputy attorney-general, and.has ac- cepted it. The appointment been definitely made yet, but win be btuff between .Coleman and West Cole- t, man (Slav tiioroughlv dis- are causing the i-nccr-r? intl .irorT- r_ ,tO lOOK Wl'lh anxietv i The Provinces the present week. ate up the position Mr.'Clarrv Desire of People May Lead to. Over- throw of Op- posed to Subject's Wishes Berlin, Oct. .events I has be secured, j wno came to !Degan ;algary last J here then. cussed, ajid a -very satisfactory ar- was proposed between" Mr. L'ren and the Coleman. Board of Trade, so at last it is hoped That the long looked for street con- necting; Coieman Coleman will be built in the future njiic-li to the deligbT of the citizens of Cole- man. Grand Master Shera, of the lade- He had n iti active East North- failure, either partia'l N'ictoria B C f-" "f entlre' C8rUin Mctona. ,B. .C., and. laiety of Lindsay. imported seed. For evamr-Ie in unt.. has resigned because .he can not j 1906 the crop ontfanltob-- f the Caaa4n has "esim io mate umberland since able clever mail, and. He is a very "though here modern invention has done for the Thought' 3 ff official visit to Coleman Lodge No: monar- j anxiety in other j directions wHere the advent Qt Re-i. pu-blicknism ap-pears to ttieni to be! menacing.., There are at least two! countries in whieL t-here is almost im- nflnent danger of an -immediate ov- erthrow of existing kingdoms. These countries are Greece and Bulgaria. The Greeks have gone mad about. ve flid not--eveu dr.esun of -when our TTSU .THOUGHT a. p-ohu where we it oin trulhiUllv 3a.y is immediately required. mmple turn 2Uid the fire brought the cooking on top; another turn arid is concentrated on the oven. _ "oy 'measurement add more than one-third to the heating capacity of the oven' baking qualities of the KAPPY THOUGHT. But why not call and see the local !JVPDV TMOITOTTT who wiii'be Jf.ad to explain to rou its various Kven if you do no: in- tend to hUy right away, exact t'np ITAP'PT THOUGHT may save you" some HAPPY THOUGHT JCP IT.-advance of -'rajsie. ylicf k which 'has a. The is far the purpose -the where Also as thay raise the VssMl off (he flat, surface, they .AHoTT'the air-to .circulate under immeasurably to ability to do fine wnrV. These ire enonyh to yive you some idea of the eco- nomy, efficiency and unuyual t.Stove Limicd, Sraniford. money and much trouble Iver on when the comes up for consideration Fernaps you would be m a. copy of mir which a'l Tour a postal Jv GEO. H. LINO AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE 36, last eight. The third degree in erceinplined on three new members. The Grand a very nice speech, coniplinienuns; Coleraan Lodge on its efficiency and the close of the lodge an inlomia.1 ban- quet was, held .with the tindlr help and assistance oi the Rebekahs.' The Grand Master is ihst-il-uting a Lodge of Oddfellows in Blainrore .to- night. A team .from Pincher Cre--k Aviil excniplifj- the initiatory degree, and the remaining degrees Tvill be j on by- the Coleman team's. I Great enwiusiasm is being-taken In Blairmort over this it is expected that lie new Lodge will start eft about forty members. 1 -John ilerros. M.P., from j Creek, was in town today shaking hands with his old friends and ad- mirers, of which there -in CoieVianY An accident which might have had serious consequences, occurred Sun- day evening. 'Mr. Walt.fr Mac-Lean: of ITillcrest, with his sister. Miss ..Ethel Maclean, and Miss Annie Cotter, .the well known nurse from the 'Frank Hospital, were a visit to' Mr. Whitesidc's housy here.- IvTr. MiicLcan was driving; a spirited .te.am, j and just as they got outside, one of .the ;-horses came in -eon- with n wire which was support- ins a telephone pole. The horses frifchi, ar.d ran' away. Mr.-' MacLean was thrown out and a short: distance further on ihr horses loose from the and i-he young ladies were also violently thrown The three members of'' thiv pat't'v carried into 9 uearbv house-and a doctor sent for. Dr. Porter-sliort- ly arrived had the re- moved to Ivir. Whitcside's -house where it was found that in a'ddiiion to-a had shaking'up th'oy were fortun ain enough to escape with a' few minor injuries. pr. Malcolmson, of Frank, 'was in town, this 'morning. L Manlevi-js out of town for a few days, annex that island, thereby appropriat- a portion of the Ottoman result would inevitably be a The Imperial Oil Company We bave been too busy of-late iinload- ing .and of. .furrii-' lure to send-in our; iisiiallv Interesting' v -O T are .now. ML-; hi ounce that kllsplaying1 a -large: of: CARPETS LIXOLEUME great variety..We'also ohi hand a. splendid line of extension tables and Ailso 'dressers' and 'for- v: bedrooms. _ All the comforts of home- oil show I Call and see us. ;