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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8. EETHBRIDflE DAILY. HEKAT.T) Tuesday, Triumphs Come _ To The Heintzman Still ano-lher success lias boon Mildcd lo the already list of triumphs of the H Oi CO. Royal College will use them exclusively. The very name in 1'ael reduces the dilTiculiies of selecting a piano to a min- name Heinr.zjnan Co. on a piano, hits long hecn accepted us the final pianos. It has proved itself'time and a gain to he ihe favorite piano in the homes of (.'fill lire and refinement in all parts of the Dominion. Its tone is so full, so rich and sympathetic as lo make it the universal choice of ihe world's masters. In The Home What greater pleasure can you imagine than to be the proud possessor of a greater charm than to listen to its full, sweet tones of an after- noon or of an evening? Tha home takes on an added ele- gance, comfort and good doubly so when it's a Heintzman Co. piano the mas- ters choose. In The Studio When such artists as Mark Hambourp, Alelba, Calve, Tet- and many other world famed artists, insist on having .1 Heintzman Co. pi-ano. doesn't it place the stamp of aporoval upon piano? Doesn't It mean [he most rigid inspection and ultimate satisfaction? You will find it unequalled for the range and tone. MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY NO OTHER PIANO TO BE USED Tliis cuvinlilc record 1ms.resulted in flic new .Mount Hoyal adopting the Jloinlzman Co. ..Four of them have already been installed and will add grace and charm to (his already beautiful will he added later. These instruments will harmonize, -with the ;ircliiteuutre pi' the chambers they will occupy, a fea- ture to be reckoned with when choosing your piano. Doesn't this selection of the Hciutzrnari Co, piano by the Mount Royal-College bespeak the ster- ling worth of the pi aiio I Most'assuredly. 1 Let this choice guide you in selecting your it for home or studio. JEALOUSY CAUSE Calgary Teamster Shot a Domestic and Tlien Himself Calsnry. arrival at the residence or 0. C. liobliisnn, 2H7 FIftli Jivi'tnic at tills morning, they had IH-CMI called by a street sweeper, who claimed to lieard revolver shots, tlio police found tiiv- bodies of ISfnlly tlrote, a Kor- van) in tile house, anil Clias. iSlvaclimiil. a tramulor. lyillR In thn j front hallway In n pool of blood. TUB woman had bullet woniuis in tha j month imd hwhind the ears, si pad man's foivliouil was iiierced by bnliet. Both wore (load. iMIIionpli no person has inon found i who claims to lunc hecn an oyc wll- nuss of the tragedy, it is helicvedllmt In a fil of insane jealousy, Ktnadman 'shot Ihe girl, and then timiin- the revolver, committed suicide. Steadman Called NO Lvn OK KICK STOMACH Tnttn your sour, tjtil-of-orclor stom- or imiyho you call It, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, UJtstritis or Cetliirrh of Sloimiuh; H doesn't maUorr-tnke your stomach trouble right with you to your I'liannadst and ask' him to OJHMI a fiO-ci'iit cant! 'of I'upu's Di-apepfiiu and let you oiit, one 22-jfrain TrJan- id see If within fivo minutes tlioro IK lert any trace of your Connor misery. The correct for yo.ur (rouhla Is Food FenneiUiition food souring; i he incentive oi'gaua become weuk, .hero Is lack of gastric juice; your 'ood is only hllf digested, and you >oconie nffoclod with loss of appetite, press-lire mid fullness after eating, nauBeii. bertrtburn, griping n bowoia, ienderncss in tho pit of .lomacli, had taste in mouth, latlon, pain in limbs, sleepleBBnosi, lelcliinj; of hllionsncsa, nick iciulaolio, nervousness, dizziness or nany other similar symptoms. If your appetite is fickle nnd nothing empts yon, or yon heloh gas, or If o.u feel bloated after iiatintf, or your ood lies like a lump of lead on your toniHch, you can make up your inind Mat at the Jiottom of all this there la Charles Steadman called at the but one of umlt- l house at a cillarter to eleven, llosy gested food. Prove to yourself In that your stomach I the cook, answered tho door, id .at his rcuuost. ealluc! Kmily Grote lo sec him. llosy Ativell then iiDturu- jii'd to the kitchen siie wae I paring dinner, and told Ihe Doiice on ilhclr arrival after the slioolinc that discomfort or misery. Is as good 44 any; that there IB nothing rcnily wronj. Slop this fsruientatlon and begin cat- ing what you want without o( HEINTZMAN CO, Calgary Ware rooms r i. BAWDENBROS. 222 8th Ave. W. FURNITURE DEALERS LETHBRIDGE D. J. McCUTCHEOX Representiitive for Alberta P. O. BOX 1718 CALGARY PHONE 6174 It is merely a soon yon take a little their arrival after tne snoounc innt jUiscomrort or misery. (she knew nothing of what had taken Almost Instant relief It wnlflnf (or i place between Steadman and the slrl van. It Is merely a matter of how Kmily. j A fow minutes after she had left Kmily Grote and Steadman in tbe hull Kosy At well heard thmj shots and in a fit of terror rushed screaming j through Ihe baoii door. Heard the Shots j A sweeper who at work upon the pavements across the street j heard the shots and he notified the i police. Ciiief Mackie nnd Detective I hastened to the scwne. They found i the front door closed and when ttiero no response to the hell, thev shoved the door open. Immoilial.elv nsiclu, lying In a pool of blood, they found the body of Emily Grote lying face down on the floor, with the hotly of Steadman prostrate, lying at the foot of the sta.irs. face up. Hlood was oozing from a wound in his forehead, while in his right hand he stiil clutch er tightly a .35 calibre five-chambered revolver, from the chambers of v.-ihch the smoke had scarcely cleared. Both Were Dead The police made a hasty examina- tion and found that life was extinct in both cases. Dr. Gibson was sum- moned t'o the scene and found death was instantaneous. Tire oodles were removed after the coroner Had viewed the remains and ordered an inquest, to A. -M. Shaver's morgue, where I hey were'later identified as those of Em- ily Groi-s, aged 21! years, and Charles Steadman, who is employed as a team- ster in the city. Y.BULA. Directors Held Regular Monthly Meeting Good Reports Interesting indeed was the rlijcus- sion indulged in and the plaua form- ulated at the luncheon of the hoard' of directors of the T. M.. C. A. hold In the association building. Those present were Dr. Galbralth er tightly a .35 calibre [ive-cnambercti IVfessrs. Lethbridife, Stli- COMMISSIONER RESIGNS London, Sept. A. HcKin non. trade commissioner at Birming- ham, has resigned to take a position with a land company. He will be succeeded hy.W. E. Ray, late trade [commissioner to Cuba. WILL RECEIVE THE RETURNS AT QUEBEC Cfctawa, Sept. Is definitely announced that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will clcwe his campaign with a meet- Ing In Ottawa on the evening of Mon- day, September IS. In the afternoon be will in Rockland. In Rus- County, In the interests of .Hon. Charles Murphy, secretary of state. On September 19, Sir Wilfrid will go to Quebec city, where be will receive the returns on the evening of Sep- tember 31. special train will leave Leth- bridge en Fri. Sept. IS at 8 a.m. for the The .Indians ol' Ijcthbridge will piny bnll with the njie. Oarmnng'ay won (he Dry Fanning nt the Letli bridge Fair. Tlio. .Fair will he an education in dry farmiiur. LAURIER IN HISJ5GYOQOD DAY Magnificent Reception Accorded Him in fs'ationahs: Stronghold; Asks Drummond-Arthabaskaville to Wipe out Stain of Last Election Victoriaville, Que., Sept. only j 'k from you the same rights ot" jus- j tice, liberty and equality which you ask for J hav-e won bo- i fore on that basis and I am going to j win again." With this clarion rry, i jHfr Wilfrid Laurier closed his address at Viotorlaville today before'an ami-: ience of 7000 people. J Today's meeting a one. This is the stronghold of I tlonallsm, but Sir Wilfrid Laurtar car- I the war into Africa. Not only ilid he deliver a message virile and strong, and one that was full of fight, hut. lie was all tenderness as h-e address- ed old friends, whom lie had known IB a lad, many years apo. Ite was cordially greeted by the large crowd. to meet l -.v (lOiil SjiOii lorce. on bohalf of tlie common people for J wider markets and cheaper We [represent the cause of the workers lagainst tbe trusts: that of the farm- fers the manufacturers. Thy voice of th's people- on September 'and I have no doyfct of the result eith- er in this county or in the 'province if Or-oboc. or in tli'3 Dominion of Can- ada." (Cheers.) The premier denouncer! in scathing UM'ms th-3 cowardly ant! scurrilous tac- tics of the Nationalists. "Hounihsa re.'liiircd ;i linn; to make up hid mind regarding reciprocity, hut' at last ho oiJi: h-j opposes all nut en nu-.rE-e other r.icr.'itires, tor the good of tlie Ic JM bravo with you, a lion j the French, but. before the Kng- j ml form vi'I Hcme i ho nn'i of my together to accomplish his and that H. B. Ames, the Conaerva-f live candidate in St. Antoine, was j supporting .Air. Bourassa's organ, Le Devoir, from the Conservative cam: j paign fund. MAKKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. 12. October wheat opened 99 !-l, closed 99 3-1; Decem- ber opened 87 7-S, closed !I7 7-8; .May opened 102 S-S. closed 102 3-1. October opened 42 i-l. closed -12 REPAIR THE DAMAGED CORNWALL Halifax, N." S., Sept. Graving dock company has been awarded the contract to repair the H. M. S. Cornwall. It will take two months to complefc the job. December opened 40 3-4, closed 40 3-4. j Flax- October opened 220, cloned WINNIPEG CASH-1 Northern iooitCMPtl 1-4, 2 Northern 09, 3 Northern' 96 1-4, CAVALRY SCOUTS DROWNED Dresden, Saxony, Sept. Army manoeuvres took on a. change today when eleven Uhlans lost their lives in t.he' waters of the fillbc. These cav- ollts lnS to swim were drowned while at- he near Plr- ineanfi of they crs cry: they tiieir stories In liappy fain- and his anti-navy pol- Rtrife nnd sorrow "I wll! t 'iay.i ni'rmi'cr nt till'; -.iiill have my in r.n my Ia-iv olh'ce ii: tlie tidjucent l.owi of I am here to fiPk to tho '-Sinc'lc which renolvrvj you oiflc-f-rl Mr. Oil-, nnno were He pnso'i r-s Mhnral. lint. 3 j Kir Wilfrid then entered into the nsk yon in fii Use company lie defence of tho naval pal. ifrsps nnd for yourschns what '.-vik-oti cheer after cli'ecr ho rcaliy is." li-sleners. Sir Wilfrid llien jmt the titiGsti-jn "Wo are a nation of eight million of reciprocity ami shoivetl thfit tlie and must undertake the responsibll- ,'incstlnn wns fiu'ccd upon thy country Jty for tho menpiirc." not only a-.< premier of the country. ,llc Of who ojipiisod in Ms dofcne.; for the measure h-e hut as a of the pariKh, Of tlie Afl-jr "I hat1- a larpe family, much th-u ail 'He rpnservalh1? j larger than Druminan-rl-Arlhabavica: it leaders as well as Liberals had favor-1 covers the whole of Canada; baa ed roflni'ociiy Sir Wilfrid declared j ninny miles of sea coast, ns well as that lo refuse this advantag'o of tho j smiling valleys and peaceful farms. Anvariran pccplo would have- bcvin a it Feed 70. 2 C. W. 42 3-4, No. 3 C. 41 3-4, No. 1 Feed 4i 3-t, No. j 2 Feed 37 i-2, Kxtra No. 1 Feed 42. j 3 72, No. 4 63. j American Wheat opened 101 closed 101 J-2; December open- JHEATRJCAL ford. Mackenzie. Bourse, Daitfel, Ham- ilton, Ingram, Barneley, Secretaries ThoniHBfion and Hrndshav. and Phy- sical Director Wilkes. The secretary's report TVBB and adopted, including the acceptance of Smith Brc-3. and Wilson's tender of ninety -dollars for the erection of a liorch over Mi-a, entrance to the fur- nace room to keep out the rain nnd snow. The general eecrStnry'H report show- ed ttfit since the first'of the year 707 in em hei-ships hflvcfoen issued, and on the first of September member- ship stood after 11-1 expirations during the months of July, Atigust and September. The finaneinT Rfatemfint ttao ed that during the monthi of July and August the .current receipts wwro only fiOfl current wspendi- tures. which is very unusual aa July and August are always considered TV slack months. The report, also showed that, plans are being-, for big; reception at, the building on September '23th to different young people's societies thronghout city- Mr. J. Edey wns appointed on the social committee, nnd Mwars. E. S, Jrtckson. R, I-, nnd -M. S. Mc.-'mluir were appointed to the committeie as repreeentntlvta of the dormitory men. The report also showed that owing to the inclement weather on Sept. 5th, Aliss Sii'lierlnnd's entertainment r-5- In a. finariclnl IOSB to the as socifition, and the board decided that in futurn talent for enterUin- monts would be secured only on the iicroentage basis. ed 103 3-4, closed i03 5-8; May opened, nrombnr of the local 'borough and an old friend of boyhood days. If the cheers of thousand of honest m-en mean anything, It nieans that nrummond-Ani-ahasca will he rcrt'jpni- pfl by (hft rJhnriils. It is evident Unit the constituency is aahanrod of its re- cent, vote. That vote waa given as a snap verdict before Ihe navy ijlll wns understood. Today of men only fair that wo should do our crime against, civilization. A now sU.r part to defend thotfe shores. The has arisen nn 1 1m northern linlf of [post is groat, r.nd at any rate it i American continent, but -we nre only what we should do, only a step not content lo with anything in the direction of nationhood." short, of tl.1; best. Wo want our j The premier made an emphatic women honr-d tlie truth about the 'country