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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL Windsor Beit I1.2S HaM In WHEN IN LETl'lBRiDGS The Dallas Hotel It the Bast and Most lent Pino ets nives Of everything ia your home, is cist1 which is so hard for vou to tell if it in really good, us cutlery. Our. fcnott-ledgi! of these goods is such thai we give an absolute guarantee of satisfaction with iirlicle we sell. Not only :iro auch goods less expousive in the long rim when uoughrat our store, but you have the added satisfaction which every true woman enjovs In having nice things anil aood things in her home. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" WINTER APPLES AND PEARS -in vurioiy. The cur which we week from ami I he i'rixe apples which we purdmsetl ni m and ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. WEATHEIt While They Last The Farmers' Encyclopedia Webster's Reliable Dictionary, leather binding and indexed at White House Conk Book, the largest cook book published price And many, others books. AT Farm Engines and How to Run I The Traction Englnr, its Use J and j Dr. Gunn's Family the book to have -m your home ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door West of Union Bank Agents 'or Royal Typewriters and Office Supplies Letlibriilge, clear............ Edmonton, clear Vegrevillc, clear Lloydminster, clear......... Red Deer, Coronation, clear Calgary, clear Brooks, clear Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, clear........ Brandon, cloudy Kamlcops, cloudy......... Nelson......................... Swift Current, clear Moose clear Regina, clear Winnipeg, cloudy The throughout tile prairie provinces has been mostly lair and cool. Maximum temperatures been a little higher in Alberta, but minimum temperatures are quite low in that province and also in Sas- katchewan. FORECAST Fair and cold. CITY AND DISTRICT 39 35 35 38 42 34 34 44 34 Board of Trade'Toniflht The executive of the Board of Trade will hold its Tegular w-aekly meeting tonight in-the board' offices. Palmer's German Almond Soap For a pure, well milled soap buy this. it biglily. All the ingredients are odor i-j the natural almoud am! is added to disguise imperfections. Three Cakes 50 cents Tlie Frank Medley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, give it nourishment. Giro It-the foot! That agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we- ean assist you. AVc malic a specialty of infant foods. From the variety we carry you will have no difficulty in selecting ;i food iJiat will agree with baby. Wo can serve you with muny other baby refiuiaites that will save you Lime and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Bank Clearings Tho 'bank clearings 'for the vrfrek just ended auiount to as ccmparad with for the previous week. The returns for the month of October this year: are. as for October of last year. Nyal's Soothing Syrup As a rule we do not advise 'soothing syrup'to 'fretful babies, for otter their' vafeefulness and crying are symptoms of indi- when this is the' ease Nyal's Laxcnu. will bring relief by regulating the sto- mach and bowels. There are .times iliougb, when the cry'tig baby, so .gets on its mother's nerves that she must liavu some rest and peace and -iheti slie will lind Nyal's Soothing1 Syrup just what she wants to bring quick ease and quiet to -.he and disturbing infant. Price cents. Contain no opiates what- ever. Produces ;i natural healthy drowsiness. The Red Cross Drug Book Phone 555 Third Avs. Maximum Sentence Imposed on Christam (Continued from (tout Wh '0 Purchase Stoveaiid lot, L We wish to that in addition' to our extensive Bol' llouso we have added )jl.eto lino olr These ranges arr- iiiaiiufiic'tiirors. AliEU economical. I'nces, for cash or on our E homo io huv Wo give 11 liberal (I hit Bawd USE "VERI 709 THIRD AVENUE Kroning Promoted 'Chief Davis yesterday promoted Sergi. Kroning, of the city police force to the -position, "of detective-ser- geant. He boinmencao1 his duties this morning. Bergt. Krqning was on- ly recently .promoted to the rank of sergeant. Alcoholic Weaklings Three delinquents appeared before the cadi in police court meaning. They were all of the d. and d. variety. One was dismissed, one got.thrse dol- lars' fine, and the third three hours to get, out of town. To Attend Commission Jos, Young will teave tomorrow for Medicine Hat, where he 'will attend the session of the ranching commis- sion now touring the west in the in- terests th-3 ranching industry. Mr. Young will represent the Southern Al- berta association. The Brand of the Cattle makes a (lilTereneo in quality of the iiient-.' .buy nil our eatrlo slioop. ]ioul- try J'roiH Hniillient Alberta rnudicrx. There's HOIK; bolter. Bringing in High Grade Cattle If high grade cattle continue; io bo shipped into Southern -Alberta at the same ruis as has been the case dur- ing the fall, this part of the -province w.iil not be able to complain much longer about not being' a. dairying country. Only a few frank Maxwell shipped in a carload of high I gracie cows from -Minnesota. This morning C. J. Eckstorm informed the Herald that he and Chas. Dcviue, of time to Fisli Globe or purchase one. A large .-stock of fish' just in. Don't .delay your orders. J. D. Higinbothara Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Pirollc _ [or G. A. Delany PHONE 452 prompt mcsaitge and hjiggagc delivery. Development Co.. were 'vint-sum, the tailor, phone shining head of high f garden tracts aro grade tlolsieln stock from Quebec. i.ctiibridge's growth. These will bo placed an th-d Dallas Farm, and on the farm of the Imper- ial Development, Co., they will i'crin the nucleus of dairy herds'.which pronu'.io to become famous iu South- ern Alberta. Excellent Programme at the Monarch but .1 t.iinlling drama, full of llfo anil swing, is to tbt-'most (fxafting. Aticr .1 furies of cxqltlng iitdderuK. llio is reached wlien and1 rider dash marlly over a yawning chaaui, to almost certain death. This Hallow E'en FULL LINE OF JMASK8, ETC. Suit ible Jor Hallowe'en yiarties, etc., ranging Fi-oiiilOc. to each KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. 'Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 feature in without doubt one of tho Your solicited. Tlie Crown Cleaning Works. You have nor, been offered anything to compare? witli what Galvin offers in acre garden on Pfigc J (Jew. ftooth's funeral at the Morris j ONLY MONTHS im'itl ChristmaB j Don't delay ordering your Cliristmas j frr-pethiKs until ton late. See the it'iil range at tho Herald Job Depart- ment tlcii. UooLh's funeral at Ihf iMnrris tonight. Special meeting of tho Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in tho K. of K Hall, Thursday, October HJ AH members requested to attend the j inithiticzi. most L-anaatfonal uv-ar .presented REX G7U; office a Lcthbrldge audience. Closely j Kaake's Barber'shop; eoal delivered following the above-mentioned sensa-jC. O. U, lion, tho British-made film, "Tilleyj Conumnlous of the. and the a roaring comedy an is, shown, with the Rex .moral p.k-.ture. 'An OlU-fashioned a beautiful production. REGISTRAR OF HALDlMAND Toronto, Oct. is understood tonight, that the provincial governmeiu has J decided to anpcint Philip Itoas How- SIR arc! of Hagersvilli; as rogistrar of Hal- uanc6 in the; Unity Hall, North Leth- bridge, on Tuesday, 'Nor. 5-tli. Anyone wishing nil 'invitation, pliouo 1350. Needs orclicatra will bo. in attendance. Dancing commences ut 9 p.m. Gen. Booth's funeral at the Morris MACKENZIE IMPROVING rlhnand couniy. .Mr. HOHS' will sue- tho tdttj Hi'. Jacob Raxisr, who Toronto, Mackenzie Ho well passed a very comfortable was a former speaker of the logisln- night, and Is considerably livUor to- duv. Yesterday's Proceedings Precisely at -t.2ii ycslenlay after- noon Itlchard Christian, iiui'iisi'd "f shooting witli intent to-hill Patrick j Egan en Sept. tS last, the prisoner's 'lock Tor trial before Mr. Justice Walsh and a jury. Mr. Conybeare iu addressing the Jury out tho nature of (lie charge and said means must be taken always to prevent persons prowling around with firearms for the purpose of shoot- ing people. Egan Testifies Patrick Egan, being sworn, testified that he has known the prisoner Christ- ian for about two years. The tost time witness saw prisoner was at the Bank of Commerce. Prisoner was with two men. He did not notice him. Christian said; "I want to speak to but witness said "Go to-----. J don't want to speak to Pris- oner thereupon fired at me. After I was wounded 1 walked down the street towards the Union Bank anil was thereafter taken to the hospital wliere at times I 'was unconscious. Cross examined by K. A. Smith, for the defence, witness said lie had never had any relations with accused, whom he had ordered to behave him- self cv yet out of town. Witness're- ferred to a complaint which he bad made against prisoner iu January last in" connection 'with the theft, of a watch, which charge, however, was, withdrawn. Tho events on the day of: thy shooting were also related by witness, who stated that prisoner said i "Hello yon----------------. you're not on the police force any more." Witness repllei to in much the same language. "Silliivsr anil Bryan were with me at the time." "Prisoner again said: "Here Egan, 1 want you." 1 told him to go to----- as I did not want to have anything to do with him. To Mr. Smith witness said that he hud not called prisoner vile names nor had lie carried a sun since .Inly ;tlHt last when he 'was suspended from the police force. Counsel for the defence asked witness if.he was iu the habit of drawing a gun for the purpose of moral suasion. Witness had heard all sorts of jhings said against him but lie didn't mind that. Sllliker's Evidence F lieslie Silliker tailed, said he hadj seen prisoner twice on the 38th dayi of September last. He also said he heard prisoner say to Egan: "Here Egan, I want to sec you." Egan told prisoner to go to ?.s he dicin't want to have anything to do with him. Cross examined witness iolil oi" the movements of Christian and Egan at the timo of the shooting. V.'itness saw Egan about ten before tho shooting. Kgati did not call the prisoner any foul mimes. It was im-t mediately after the shot 'was IIred that th-e witness saw accused, who had plenty of time to take- a second shot. prisoner made ;ni ,'iiumpt to get away -by running across the siptnre 'but he was arrested. if. S. Bryan also ev arc nee showing what took place at lhe time of tlie shooting. Refnre liie shooting took place witness luivinir Egan ut-o vise words towards prisoner. Serjrt. examined, said he saw Christian uii the night o[ the shooting. Witness aUo described what look place ut tlu: time Christian lired the shot. At the police station prisoner, said lo witness: "Did 1-get Witness guess you and prisoner thereupon replied that ho didn't mean to do it as h-a only intended to shoot Eguti in the leg. Sam Armstrong's Story Sam Armstrong, a. ba-rteuder in the Alexandra Hotel, saw Christian iu the bar on tho day of the shooting. Be- twesn five and seven in the evening the prisoner had left iu the bar a par- cel contiiniug something. "When Christian came back he asked for same and witness, thinking something was wrong, asked prisoner what lw was to do with this, meaning the contents nf Uu; pureel. Prisoner he would hear IIK.TI' about one- of the most famous Canadian in in uvoi'y respect, and most fvtim ant .System, which enables every st rnnjo on Iho uinrkct CASH. Come; iu ami tiill: it over. Lethbridge's est Mome Furnishers ers POUSH FURNITURE j Save 8 pelt, on Grocerit A tilttraetlve prices 6tbs Carrots 6tbs. Cabbage----- 8Itis. Onions..... 26tbs. potatoes lOOfbs. potatoes .Atbs choice Apples 1 'Box Apples Concord Grapes Pears, per 'fc. Cranberries, per tb. Special Offer Spanish Onions, 5tbs. B. C. jSugar, 20Ib The Prfmi Grocery 324-mh St. South Yerrills PHONE 574 For i Ranges ural Gas Two, three or fowners. Double and Singlas. With circii.latm.crjr Lea ting connection, for boiler or reservoir. Ovens equipped Ih-aTe's Patent Lighter, ensuring accidents impos- sible. Prevents lightiiiill in tho air mixer. Gas appliances ranges. Gas Heaters. I V. CORNER 5th ST. AND 41 YLETHBRIDGE The McKeow Co. Ltd- ;T. AND 41 Duster PAROID AND CERTA NONE BETTER V7e also c Tarrtd Felt i Tarred Waterpr are LeaJtiunrli MAIL ORDERS J.-B.TUJ IMPO; Phoncc 755 and 1755 COMPO RUBBER ROOFING FULLY GUARANTEED a 1'ul! line of gles Corrugated Iron Building nsulating Papers ildcra of Pll liiii'ls. PROMPT ATTENTION- c Company Ma JOBBERS idcje, Ave. S, ;