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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LeOibridge Daily Herald. Friday, September 910. Now is the time to build for mvesfctnent at V TOT FM AN The time is rapidly approaching, 'in i'act J believe it has already arrived, when certain classses of houses will pay exceedingly well as in- vestments in EAST GOLEM AN. I believe it is hardly'time, yet to build expensive houses, but I do think, that a large number of moderate priced houses, suited to the needs of the community, could be rented so as -to.net the owners an excellent return. On tfoe day of sale, I will offer lots at to which are intrinsically worth to ;v Thomas Crahan, owner. Joseph Graf ton, agent, Michel, B. -C. Coleaian, Alta. EDITED BY "UNO" PHONE V Will you please tomorrow morning to phone or send me your. ;'At Home" day for our Receiving Calendar.' tioned to the person authorized to en- gage servants for the royal nurseries, ,ind thus it came about "that it was W CRAY'S T v i o Closes Saturday, 17th Everything at Your Own Price What- you pay for on Monday, your' can hare for 50c. OIL Satm-day, 17th LAST If you don't coine blame yourself. Shop early MANITOBA, j, site of the Selkirk centennial will JRAgTiOP fee iocated the.re, :an'd_ that Winnipeg, Sept.--. the "wilC "use" by the provincial government of 500 some of the. property- acres of land in- St. Norbert, and. St. i barracks. Vital has aroused, real estate circles. great interest as to the government's..purpose Ktoo part of a grain. Replying to fur- ther questions Wilcox said he h'ad found no cause of death- except poison. Humphreys asked: '.'what" in opinion was the cause of "Poisoning; by replied Wil- cox. The gruesome exhibits and the un- pleasant character of the testimony the last session did not deter the cm-- ions from struggling to get into the Bow street court today and the sec- {Lion apportioned to the public was again crowded. The spectators in- One rumor is that.! have been made. Holds Sts shine. Waterproof and dustproof. Won't stain clothing. Contains no acicSs, turpentine, or other injurious ingredients. ftlo substitute -even haZ'f as good. LLEY LIMITED Hamilton, BufTato. N.Y. A Large Assortment of From 33.OO Up 514 Dufferin Street L. A. Scott, Manager UNABLE TO SAY IF MAN OR WOMAN London, Sept. expert evi-' denee was called today when Crippjen jsnd Miss Leneve appeared in Bow street. Dr. Spilsbury, Pathologist' isaid that by request of Prof. Pepper jhe had made a microscopic examina- tion of a piece of the akin and he form- ed the opinion that the mark on it -was a scar and an old one, but he was unable to say what part of the body the piece was from. Replying to So- licitor -Newton' for defence the ness said he was unable to say whe- ther piece of flesh was from a man or woman. Dr. Wilcox, senior scientific-analyst at the Home Office, said the -trousers of the pajamas found in Crippen's house correspond- ed with t-wo pieces he saw in the jars tinder examination. After a consider- able number of questions had. been put to Wilcox by Travers Humphreys: for the prosecution regarding his tests search for traces of poison the said he had found two-seven- ths of a grain of hyoscine. Wilcox. tnought- life' wsaf continued probably-. for-one pois- on had been taken. The dose as us- ually prescribed was 1-200 part to -T1 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL T-he tennis tea tomorrow will be given, by -Mrs. Reeve timi Mrs. Tinn- ing. Miss Jessie Anderson left yester- day afternoon for a flying visit with friends in High River. Mrs. Horace Ford and children of are visiting her parents, Aid. and Mrs. P. JX., Shaw, collector of customs here, and "Mrs. Shaw, returned yester- day from" the "east. They -went to Banff, .this morning, where they finish out Mrs. Shaw's vacation. will J. R, Anderson left yesterday after- noon for Medicine Hat, where he will meet- Mrs. Anderson and children, whs been spending the summer at Winnipeg Beach. Miss Robinson, superintendent of the Nursing Mission, .left this after- noon to a couple of. weeks in Edmonton. During her Absence the Mission will be in charge of Miss Holmes.. i The Girls' Club of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church paid a surprise visit; upon- Rev. and Mrs. Bryden ac their Westminster Road home, last Bight, the visit taking the form of a kitchen shower. Ther wedding- of 'Arthur F. MacDuffe of Raymond, ''and Miss Annie, young- est.: daughter of Mrs..Ellen Wilson, was celebrated -by the Rev. A. E. Russ of Woodstock, Wednesday, Aug. 31st. at.the home of the bride's mother, 266 Jackson street west, Hamilton, Ont. In the next few weeks two. wed- dings will be celebrated in. the city that are already being, -looked for- ward to 'by a number of y.oung folk, as the 'brides-to-be..''as well as their gallants, are universally .popular in church and social circles. Lieutenant Governor Forget of Sas- katchewan, is soon. to. be a permanent resident of says the Crag and Canyon. He, has purchased the leas- on one o! the jbest river lots on t? upper portion 'of Buffalo is clearing the site for .a substanrl- house. Hon. llrJjPorget intends make his Home'there when he retire from public life. -Mrs. Seatle entertained a dozen gi; friends .yesterday afterrspon at he charming new home, in honor of iL Misses VropmtriC Pennington a-- Rogers, who leave' Monday the winter at Long-Beach. Cal., at tl-.- tea hour. .Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, preside at the lovely tea table which was orned with sweet peas. The girJ are again the honor .guests at a fare well tea this afternoon given by Mre Arnold. removed their hats that those j seated behind might not miss a move of the trembling girl in the dock or of her companion in jaunty air only' adds interest in the case. distress whose to the morbid The Laurier arch at the corner ot Round and Redpath streets was de- molished this morning. The arch took several days to build, but the ie guest o! honor at an informal afternoon giver the ladies of the Baptist churcl at the home of Mrs. Argyk avenue. Fifteen members of the 5l5? sion Band present and enjoyeC Mrs. Archibald's interesting on the customs of India. At the ter. nour a dainty menu-was served ,r small tables scattered about the dr.iv ing-room which was fragrant with thc torn down a_nd the debris all cleared perfume of sweet peas' ,v t-i rt I rtrtl.- rt LJ I _ way from 5 o'clock 10 raoi'ning. 6.30 this WILL MEET IN CALGARY IN [91 (Continued from front Will doss. Today Port Arthur. Sept. The Trades home stretch of its twentv-sisth annu- A fashionable church wedding _iooV place in Victoria Avenue Baniis; church, Belleville, when Miss Dora E. Wallace, daughter of the He.'. R. Wallace ot" the Marchmont Home, united in marriage to Leonard II. u'ilkes. The bride wore cream eo- lieane. with crystal trimming anc touches of Irish point iace. and the customary veil, an-fl carried a sheaf of bridal roses. The wedding march. was played by Mrs. Deeton. The ush- Labor Congress started on the ers were Messrs. W. A. Steele nnd S. R. The nuptial knot jal convention this morning, it being j tied by Her. Yemen H. Cowsert, To- i confidently expected that with thojromo, a former pastor.- The counk i business about a foatrcal, appro" j Canadian woman can have jing of the principal of co-operative and Junurlant hair "by using SALVlA, i stores, etc. the great American Sago i By .V. E. More ton of Pore Arthur he. The Alberta Drug and Bock Co. i for legislation requiring healing ol j sells a large bottle for 50 cents, and! i vestibules of strce; ears, the same a? i guarantees it to Danish Danir.iif. stop1 for tbo prolec.'bn of con j tall ins ;uul itching scalp in ten i'.v.clc.vs or raonov 'back- i !do i IT to Improve it. In England and Paris women take! I having beautiful hair. Every i 51 lustrous !j] THIEVES OF COU-NTESS OF ANTRIM'S JEWELS Winnipeg, Sept. two arres'ts in connection with the .theft of the Coun- tess of Antrim's jewels at the Royal. Alexandra Hotel, the police, feel that they are clos- ing on the culprits.. Much yahiable jewelry has been re- covered but .it has not yet been identified. A bartender and a bell boy are the em- ployees under arrest. "Do you mind 'telling me what kind it Not at all. I always use it. It is Tnat is not a make-believe conversation. It shows why tjie use of Blue Eibboa Tea spreads. Try it. If you don't find it perfectr- ly satisfactory your grocer will promptly fund your money. "V: Winnipeg. Wheat. Sept. opened 3-4, closed 99 Dec. opened ,96'7-8, closed 97 1-2; May opened 102, closed TJ102 1-4; cash close 1- Nor: '100; 1-4; 2 Nor. 9S 3-S; 3 Nor." 96 2 White Oats 34; Flax 2.40. -1 Wood Prices Soar Winnipeg, Sept. of. have soared here. owing, to." the. jage of supplies, antf are now'hpyer- ing in the vicinity' of" per .cord. Lack of snow last -winter- hindered operations in the woods ef- fects are now being 'felt.'. 'A decline is not expected to take'place, until the snow comes again... Calgary, Sept- IS-TT down. iiheTby-law to -build losing -by 25 votes. majority .carried the ty-iaws Joe two, subways and streetv railway ex- tensions. The" street; railway and subway amount to Y and The extensions' and. improve ments by-law proyMes for miles of track- and-. 12-Tsetf ing a -total 30'.. miles' of iacluding 'double tracks .and 22 Exclusive control for Lethfaridge for famous "Northway" man tailored garments. The Ladies' Store The Right Thing, at the Cash and'One Pnce Time, at the Right Price Sole selling Agents for the famous "La glove-fittifig Corsets. Helpful economies in tMs spleadid list of Saturday Bargains These various items thrifty woman'witli their splendid quality and low. pricing. All list there are offerings that no woman who appreciates a, 'saving can af- ford to miss. YJz give the details worth specially careful reading and the constant- keeping- in nsiiid of tfee fact that values are conservatively stated, extraordinary' as undoubtedly are. Big Selling of Under-priced Gloves S1JO Qualities A most forte-ite special purchase brings you- this ing news, but we want to impress upon you that it is lor the one day only and to urge the advisability of early choosing. Best time to get satisfactory -selections would be in the forenoon. Beautiful qualities in ladies' walking glov- es; made of finest dog-skin, which is not only unusually good to wear, but at the St 00 same time very splendidly sewn; i Perfect fitting finished with one dome at wrist and shown jn assorted shades, of tans; sizes 6 to 7 1-2. BIG STOCKS OF PKESENT- WEIGHT Qualities usually sold 35c 40c 45c This Saturday saJe-at 2r5c will serve three final clearance ot" ail summer rests trorth up to 45c the introduction of a specially purchased early fall weiglit representing the biggest twenty-five cent-s' worth tbat will be shown- this season, and saving? to you 15c to 20c on every garment you buy. Long or short sleeves or sleeveless, open or closed fronts, ivhtte or natural colors. SATURDAY SALE OF FINE CA3HMEBEHOSE 22? Including big selections of ions makes and all. sizes There are wonderful values in this special-. lot. inchiding plain weaves_ia unions ,wo-ols, and fine ribbed wtta1 spliced heals and toes and double soles; sho-wii ia sizes 8 1-2 to 10 ins., and in addition to these a big: col- lection of children's and misses' fine .ribbed stock-, ings in colors black, taa, sky, pink and cardinal; sizes 4 1-2 .to 7 1-2'ins., beautiful qualities worth up to prioed for Saturday at 25c. GREAT NEWS EEOM THE SUIT SEC- _ TION FOB SATURDAY BUYERS' Late arrivals in new style Values worth up to They're a lovely lot and far ana away the-best-values that have ever emanated from this store. Made of pure wool diagonals anrf chevicts In some of ths prettiest and ncstest styles we have had tc ovv this season, colors navy, brown, green srtd gray, a complete range cf misses', small women's and regular sizes, every one beau- tifuily tailored, perfect-fitting and remarkable value at tomorrow's price- "Jt ;