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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD "CHAMPI Is Off With A Good Start Wright's store, never held such crowds of people-- never was a jewelry stock marked at such prices. ions Pan 't R p L All the combined, Jewelry Stores in Lethbridge could not make one half the showing. Other stores, other sales may follow, but Champion's Sale will be The Daddy Over 800 Watches on Sale at CHAMPION'S PRICE Inhere is a big difference between WRIGHT'S and CHAMPION'S PRICE, i have to come to seeMne couldn't, print in oae issue, if we contacted for the whBeJ r CHAMPION1? P R I CB T WRIGHT'S WATCHES. Champion -will telL you about the life of -the _, _. _.. _ you to buy- whether you buy a Ingersoll i 'f i a. 23 jewelled watch. He'H you, i'1 -v 2 1 about the vitals of ttie watch, the jewelsy he'll explain away whether the jewels be stone or glass. You can -have: any style case you want, any weight, any "metal. The 800 Watches assure Vou of BROADEST SELEC. TION. THE PRICES.. ON; WATCHES you can see on tickets. Champion will tell you all you want to know about Watches. Watch for 1847 Rogers' Goods, Avalcn and Community Knives, Spoons and Forks. GOME while the frost is on the ground-come late find "Champion" here. He never sleeps. He's lost so much hair he nights. LOCAL ARCHITECT MAKES CHARGES Against Calgary's Build- ing Inspector-Furnishes Affidavits Calgary-, Alberta, -Qcttober Thai used number Suiting Inspector Harrison BLAME THE STATE OFFICIALS For the Recent Disastrous Fires in Minnesota Forests Winnipeg, Oei. at the C.K.R. local offices trickefy" in transposing the terday's despatches from Minnesota to of the building by-laws tbaj tha effect that the C.N7.R. is blamed permit .issued, so that the builder and for the late disastrous forest-fires architect-of the new King.George ho- elicited the reply that nothing is tsl. would encounter .difficulty and trouble; that- Mr. Harrison did inspect the plans for the hotel and express his approval of theiii before the permit was asked for, calling al- most .daily to. look over thenx and that; he "short-changed" Messrs. Bell and the the architect; are some of the charges that Architect. McDonald, of Leth- j bridge, who. prepared the plans for i the hotel; made to-the city commis- sioners this morning. that he -has I three -affidavits'-tqYsupport his charges against the building inspector, .one.lie -took himself, and two of the -rival architects The charges will be put! in writing aad --presented to the citv I clerk and wiir probably be read at next the council. S McDonald .-used .very expressive- Ian-1 i guage this morning in referring to! air. Harrison; The latter is away on j j hisyholidays just, now, but Mr "Mc- j Donald says >he'; will make tire charges against, him when.he comes back. He i maintains that Mr. Harrison even dis- couraged iiiui ;from erecting two brick walls in the hotel, which would have i been further protection against 'fire, .by mentioning that'the law did not require this.-and it would not be ne- cessary. to build the walls. 'inown of the alleged report of -the, Minnesota forest commission. blaming the railway, ,nor had any official no- tification ot impending -prosecutions been received. From other sources it was' learne'd ties themselves are tCuIpable, ,it being .asserted that for 'last .eighteen months" they having refused to make any appropriations for the employ- ment of fire ..fully aware p'f the constant danger .of bush fires iff' the heavily- timbered" north- ern portion of the state, especially "during the of dry weather.. INDIANS TO SELL B. Oct. Question which polumjbia _ politic-. lans have been lor without success was solved', last night by the government' of "pTemler Me- tJriae, when the-. Sorigh'ees agreed to remove, from '.the reserve', of i "The first intimation I got that he j that name. This means that more'than opposed the erection "of the hotel was 300 acres in" the centre-of-Victoria's from a newspaper Mr. Mc- Donald said.' "He: never came near me to tell me about it untdl long af- :tsr that." Put In Special Floors business zone, which has 'been held, iby Amlians for a century, 'retarding the city's growtH> .wlir >be thrown open. The "new Tiome of >the Indians will-be Mr. McDonald came with Mr. Bsll selected by. Mr. McBride and a com- to tlie city commissioners to offer to put laminated floors in the hotel, at an extra cost ot over This style or flooring is very slow framing and.is a great check to fire. Mr. Bell said ttie Travellers1 Association had asked "him to place fireproof floors- in .certain stories oE the hotel, and he had "considered' the matter and made pffer .of laminated floors to them last night, and the association has accepted the suggestion. "I dp not think" you can enforce i your laws until ten days aitcr they are passed, anyway." Architect' Mc- Donald', said, discussing the j byrlaw., -with. ..which the hotel, plans, comply, .and. from which spe- permission had to be obtaincd- jfrom'ihe council to allow the building rto go.up, contrary- to the by-law. Mr. he thought that the pro j laws provided for a tea days' j extension of jtim'ei" before the could, be-enforced. xnittee of live natives., JEach head of .a family .in. the band is.- to receive a bonus-of flOjOOO to .be paid by the provincial will recoup itself 'for this and expenses- attendant" .upon the re- moval by a sale of the (land at public auction. The agreement' only requires tne'assent of ;the Dominion- government i it is.; expected, secured. BUFFALO HUNTERS FOR MONTANA ALL YOUR TROUBLES" VANISH Indigestion, Gas J Heartburn pi' Dyspep% ,sia Five Minutes Later. Every Tear; regularly more than-, a million stomach sufferers in-the "Unit- ed States, England.and Canada Pape's Diapepsin, and realize not only immediate, -This harmless preparation gest anything you sat and spur, gassy or' out-of-order, 'stomach.: five minute's afterwards. If yo.ur meals don't fit cbmfortab'iy; or -what you eat lies like lead in your stomach, or if heartburn, .'.a Get 'from your.-Pharmacist 7a of Diapepsin and'" ;-lake- a. dose just as soon as will .be; no undigested -food mixed :with 'itomach gas or feeling Debilitating Dizziness'jrior Intestinal griping.. and besides, there will left over in the. stomach breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a for out-of-door stomachs, takes hold of your food" and the same "as if wasn't Relief in five min ach misery is' waiting drug-store. V These -large-' more than, sufficient ito" cure almost any-case ot digestioa or any other stomach order. STOFwi Fort William- bet WrigM, a- Scotchmanrdid; nor "cease.; v whistling: when told, as "Peruha and shot him four" instantly at O'Brien on. Sturgebix-'Laie north-of here '.on .the-G-; .Crozonio made oner- -JJridsalJ, .Provincial: viConstaJbieii: JStringe'r and Supt.: Tisdale. of the left Itonight- "'for, the scene-.'of crime to hold an The took place at a railroad lab.orerfi. iflouse. Edmonton, Oc.t. Howard Douglas, the ..commissioner-of -parks. a announced this morning that his list Building Inspector Harrison, saying j Amongst the latest received are: Messrs. Trites-.and of. Fernie; M. J. Forster and H. Y. Pauline, mayor of Wainwright, and Major Gricsbaclu Four names were received by telegraph this- morning: Dr. McKidd, Sheriff Van Wart, H. D. Alexander, and David McDougall, of Calgary, and it is also expected that i Dr "Smith, of Edmonton, will. join. i The .special car will leave Strath- Montreal. Oct. -A possible cona at 1 p.m. on 'the morning of MONTREAL AND THEG.LP. n Biggest 6 Days a Week ts a Week tion of the problem of linking Mont- real with the main line of the G. T. P. i} is made in a. suggestion by F. J. Cham- berlain, vice-president and general manager, who is now visiting Montreal 'trom -Winnipeg. The shortest line; "would -be -by building about 25 miles Tvest of Ottawa to the main line of the 'i ranscpntmectal ssid coming into Montreal over the old Canada Atlantic snort line. "We have been too busy he said, "to give much attention to this connection. Our efforts have been concentrated on main lines, but this November 3rd, and- will be awar about eight days. It is not expected that more than two or three days will be spent on the ranch. FINED THE. NEWSPAPER London. Oct. the high court of justice today the" editor of the cv- suggestlon seeras to offer'the best way! :finerf. [or con- out of the difficulty.'' Chamberlain thinks it will be possi- tempt of court in having published SIOJT of a conference between Rich- ard Muir, prosecuting counsel m the iple to get through connection over the! Cnppcn case, and the quarter master (j. T. P. from Montreal ro Winnipeg! of the steamer Montro'se. According late next year. This wouM of course j to the newspaper's .story t-he ship's be over the- Grand Trunk to Toronto i officer had revealed a plan by which and North Say, and thence by Ontario government railway to Cochrane, the junction point with t-he G. T. P. he and Crippen had arrauged_ to _ 1-Iifi lattcr's escape from tlu vessel, while he being; pursued by the authorities. "The; court held that the publication of the story was 'cal- culated lo prejudice the case of Crip- c pen when ihe latter slioufd be brought i to trial ior the murder of his svife. IND COLONIES CLOSER TOGETHER GOOD STOKE j Glasgow. Scotland. Ger. aw, addressing a Unionist demonstra- tion, uttered a warning about the dan- ger of failing to respond to the fiscal advances of -the Dominion. Canada in making her own treaties could not, ougnt not have done, otherwise, tout mis tendency taken by itself is in the direction of -disunion. Thers was a Keen desire for closer commercial un- ion within the empire. Great Britain, unable to do anything to counteract, tne former tendency, ought make her all the more determined to GO everything to encourage and de- oD the movement towards union, were hopeful indications of this coming about. Tne Morning Post anent Law's speech says there is no question of buying loyalty of the younger nations but strengthening of the economy bonds only guard against disruption and tendencies which threaten race. AT WINNIFRED In connection vith the-recent dis- covery of building stone at Winni- ired, it is interesting to note that the two stockholders are both Lethbridgs gentlemen, and the- office and yards in connection with the busin-ess "will he in this city. A central site for this purpose has already -been located, and ii, is the intention 'of the pro- prietors TO commence work at the ear- liest possible mottnent..- H is expected 'that: will be a big demand for tins material, as all reports are highly encouraging. Within.a few naontns the elevator capacity of lloose Jaw, Sask., will be increased to bushels. SIR WILFRID TO VOTE Ottawa, Oct. Bro- deur has left for Drummondville to attend the nominations tomorrow It6r th'e impending bye-election. is prob- able that Sir will ad- dress; another meeting in the constit- uency and cast his vote as an elector. The woman looks old is not wise Neglect your skin and the years are bouncl to leave their traces- Your skin needs care and at- tention just as much ag your teeth. FACE CREAM contains enough Oxygen to destroy ail decayed matter. Disappears in the skin with- out a trace of greasiness. It leaves the skin perfectly dean r; the complexion, and soothes the face after being exposed, to the sun, wind or hard water. A big artistic jar of it for 25 cents. Sold and bj 22S3 ALL LETHSRIDGE DRUGGISTS Shilohs Cure quickly Mops Uie tli rout and luuJw curoi colds, heuis ceul.v. YOUR WATCH Does it need cleaning and repairing. The very best watches have their day of repairs and cleaning. Have your 'time- piece attended to before it is worn out. for lack of oil and cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is .fine and delicate and the slightest .friction makes trouble and wears this parts out. We will guarantee and clean your watch and will warrant the job to be 0. K. E.A.EWERT- JEWELER, Round St. ;