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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE GERMANS REPAIRING KTKEL HR1IKJE 1JLOVVN UP BY RETREAT- ING RUSSIANS We Can Save You Money -On Your- FALL AND WINTER OUTFIT! Underwear Galore Our stock ot Fall and Winter Un- derwear was never so complete in Stanfteld's. Dr. Jaeger's, True Knit, Wolsey and other makes. Combinations. and up Underwear, two piece and up. ONE LOT OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS; regular 11.25 Saturday __j 65c The Season's Best Clothes A re-he re in all the newest styles, bouglit from the most noted .makers, and, having bought early and for cash, secured price concessions which enable us' to offer you goods at lower prices than is usually paid for the high grade merchadise we have to offer you. If you have never been here for your clothes, come and see what you have been missing. We Stock Everything For the Working Man 'Work Shirts, Gloves and Mitts. Sheep Lined Clothing, Mackinaw Clothing, Carhartt Overalls, Cord- uroy Pants and other Work Pants of all descriptions. All at a "Lower" Price SEE THE NEW STYLES in the Geo. A. Slater "Invictus" Shoes for Fall. A steel ibrldce near Lcmberg which was blown up by the retreating Russians being rebuilt by a corps of German engineers. Note the temporary wooden bridge across the stream in the foresround. ?n Men's Suits and Overcoats we are now showing the new Fall Styles in Fit-Reform, 20th'Century and Society Brand at prices that are within the reach of all. Suit Prices and SAY MANITOBA COURTS CANNOT TRY ROBLINITES .Mr. Johnston did not intimate .what he considered the pioper procedure, hut he wanted it made clear that lie gave no asuenl. whatever to the pre- sent method. ft was after four o'clock If to is Your Suit Price Wire can 'offer you a larger "-'range and better value-- than'we have See these New Fall Suits to Overcoats All the newest styles andvpatterns arc now ready for your to choose from at prices to suit all to Fur, Fur Lined, Fur, Trimrn'ed and Chamois Lined up Winnipeg, Man., Sept. con- tention that no jurisdiction whatever was possessed by any court in Mani- toba to trv the charges against Sir Rodman Roblin, Hon. Dr. .Montague, Mr. George Coldwoll and .1. H. How. den, was.advanced during the prelim- inary hearing this afternoon fcy E. F. B. Johnson, chief of the defence coun- sel. Mr. Johnston did not ask Magistrate P. A. Macdonald for a ruling on the i point. He said he wished to nave his formal objection go on record, so that the absence of an objection could not be inferred as acquiesence in the court's jurisdiction. The Crown counsel made no com- ment on the statement. When the first Crown witness, V. W. Horwood, was called, Johnston stated that he had an objection to re- cord, so that the rights of the accus- __ _. ed might he preserved, and not 'pre-1 conspiracy, if Coldwell and judiced. Upwden, two of the accused ministers, B.C., Sept. re- Crown concluded the production o[ slljts announced in the documents, and opened the way to genj0r Hrcme Gardens competition arid Hie calling of the first witness. Mr. j tllo UOVB' 'poultry competi- Horwood, who was provincial archi- (j0n ''pne tt-inners are as follows: tect of Manitoba from late in 1S11 un- til May of this year, was on the stand for less than an hour, and at five o'-. iilv, clock court adjourned until Friday j 573 jloint morning, so that the lawyers In at-1 r, tendance may attend the meetings ot the provincial Bar association tomor- row. Big Fees for Lawyers Winnipeg, Mnn., Sept. the fact, that there are practfcahy nine lawyers acting for the defence in the Wjta' 176 uoint case or the ex-ministers charged with' Senior Albert H. Webb, 182 points; 2, Orville Thomp- son, 100 points; 3, James Kembatf, 172 points; 4, Joe Stojack, 157 points; 5, Eddie Bardhardt, 141 points; 6, Ray Scott, 135 points; 7, Joe Swain, Its points; S, Leonard Jecks, 133 points; 0, Mabel Cameron, 157 points. In the floral section, Harold Kum- mer won first, with 195 points, -while Hector Donaldson took second place, Disclosures made in the documents submitted1 by the Crown were in con- nection, he said, with acts committed hy the accused as ministers of the Crown. The -ministers Tvere acting as representatives of the Crown, or as agents of the legislative assembly, was not considered necessary. Ul Llle IcfsloKul o OJOtllluv, Mi ..uv K, iU. UrOgSn, 3.1 J1U1I1L3; if, Eilolu dealing with nubile money and in the It lias been stated that the defence nojntg. KJ Murray Henderson and public interest. The charges against H.....wmmsoi i Special Lines at a Lower Price for Saturday Selling Men's price is Saturday Sale Price Dress assortment, of new Fall patterns made with or without-lounge collars to match. Good value-at and Saturday sale price............ Let Us Get Acquainted at the Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing House x In Southern Alberta Kirkham Block McKELVIE McGUIRE Leth- bridge them, he added, could not be tried "in this court, or in any other criminal or "civil court, "but must be heard in an entirely different manner. No co.urts in Manitoba have any jurisdiction whatever to try a case of this kind. The method of procedure should be totally different." OFFER IS ACCEPTED St Jolm, Sept. Lleut.'Col. W. Fowler, M.P. for Kings-Albert, ,me time aso offered to raise and mmand i New Brunswick Edward Island regiment for overseas. 'Last night he received a message irom Major-General Sir Sani Hughes asking him if the offer still held good. replied In the affirmative, ana. now awaits .word to SPOKE FRENCH BUT NURSES WERE IRISH'' Ottawa, Ont, Sept. An amusing anecdote -is 'being told "here -in con'-, nection with Sir Robert Borden's visit to the military hospital -.the German said Henry "Watterson of the Louisville Courier-Journal, who spent a few ihours in Toronto, yesterday, "ft will. 'be a relief to thousands of !de.cent Germans when their braggarts GOOD BEEF STEAK SOME CHOICE STOCK FRESH KILLED FOR TO-MORROW YOU REACH US BY PHONE 492 Still Building Business by Pleasing Particular People by Phone The Alberta Meat Market The Established Meat Market in thc City. z by the of Quebec, in Pari 'get their knockout. All this aping of The .Prime Minister went through the.Huns, this frightfulness, this hell- hospital, accompanied by Major Siorr, barbarism, will go flown like a Commissioner Roy and Mr. Langlols. house ot cards. Every time I think of He was received enthusiastically hy .itojgium and the LuSitama the wounded and presented; I get mad and with an address by the hospital staff. 1 ffght as I never fought back in the sixties. This half-mad Hohenzollern dynasty, with all Its holy barbarian culture, must. first. be smashed, or there can be no peace for any of jis." Sir Robert, in the course of his visit, met two of the sisters on the staff of the hospital, and spoke to them', in French. One of them asked: "Don't you speak English-, The Prime Minister, therefore, showed his fam? Hiarlty with the English tongiie. The two French sisters were from Ireland. REMOVED'BULLET FROM MAN'S HEART Paris, Sept. by which he extracted a shrapnel bullet from the right auricle of a French soldier's j heart, were described to the Academy I of Medicine, last night, by Dr. Charles Infrolt. This feat accomplished by the 'use'of .a vente. This Instru- i ment enables Dr. Infroit to locate for- eign bodUs in thc tissues with mathe- matical precision, and permits their eitraction without injury. COL. WATTERSON .18 REAL WRATHY Toronto, Onl., Sept. get mad. clean through every time I think ab- out this dumn'fool business Germany has been trying to put over. It takes me buck to '61, when some of .our southern confederates talked the same crazy oonscnst; w> been getting In the junior division, the judges hud some hard work in deciding which was the best exhibit. The win- ners were'as 1, Mack Kirk- land, 177 points; 2, Russel Leask; 150 the number of. prosecuting lawyers, points. 3] Ed_ Tayior, 129 points; 4, be counted, there intention on the part of the Crown to ncrease which include R. A. Bonuar, K.C.; H. W. Craig and J. B. Coyne. It was stated yesterday that such Maud Scott, m points: 5. Lizzie Chap- man, 116 points; B, N. Canlake, ll'O points; 7, Brie MacKinnon, 103.points; H. Brogan, 90 points; 9, Elsie Black, AN ONTARIO NEWS ITEM MADE CHAPLAIN ANGRY Rev. W. II. Emsley, formerly pas-j tor of Trinity Church, Nnpaneo, and! For King anrf Country 'I passed clown thc ward of one Noble, White ROcks; 2, Harry Webb, S.C. Reds; 3, Orville Thompson, Brahmas; 4, Hugh Hannah, Reds; 5, Art G.a Wyandottes; 6, Everett Wil- liams, Buff Orpingtons; 7, Jack Klrk- larnl, White 'Orpintons; 8, Mack Klrk- larid, White Orpintons; 9, P. Partridge Wyandottes; 10, A. Jlen- nie, Leghorns; 11, C. Chapman, Reds, Infant Diu Luiga Costella, aged three months, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph CosteHa, died Tuesday afternoon, and r ______ ._ tent the other and there was fririRit at 1 o'clock this afternoon now serving as a explain the ,nd cleliv rhap ,ho had ,Vrom the Roman Catholic church, Fust Canadian Du s on on active mA me m Mxt Anthony officiating at the fun- sm-ice, writes to a ineml m Piclon oui hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You-can get liquid arvon at any diug iiore h Is Inexpensive, and four H all >ou will need. This simple remed> has nevci been known to under the white canvas. The invidi- ous discrimination hurts a hit when 1 read 'Great ovations have 'been made over-the young- men -.who train and the to fl tnc Dattles of their country, want to Dut we [tCl that yours is a greater .and nobler calling, that of training to light the battles of Cliris't. They train to destroy the earthly body of: the enemy. You strive to savr. the spiritual body of friend and foe alike.' I should feel a fool if women I said a .thins like Uiat to me and. !i i didn't straighten it out. How little' they know of the atrocious ferocity and utter untrustworthiness of the enemy. I "It Is Live or Die" j "One of our girls said to 'Ma- i jor, will you kill me if we fall into-, the enemies' hands, with your own revolver'; It will lie siveet rather than than.' And 1 said, 'Surely, I will.' This is no time for maudlin sentimentality, it is live or die with and only God knows which it will "Von.have a boy over here, EO have and I hope to have another. Tw'O' u. my nephews, bright, brilliant young men, vyho have fallen tor their country, and for' those Ontario wo-: men, too, they'fell gloriously, one loading thp battalion when the col-, one! had fallen one signalling officer gave themselves foi King and countrj and the peace 01 the nation.] Arc )our joung preachcia doing much, nobler work' I trow not Several Mounded men who wcr.c with them told me of the.splendid nature of their wort. buoys. An Old Friend in a New Garment Flic land pickoi lor tei i i ilowce as old as the Improvement were bound to coim. The laigc t 'Jui torn cms in the. world'have adopted i new method oi p icking for elcanli- iiess and absolute protection against any conceivable -climatic condition. the packet i- a double wrapper. An inner packet of moisture proof outer cartridge paper prevent the slightest of deterioration. perfect tea deserves a perfect wrapping, so iii iutme tlie crupper will U uwtl on every packet of BLUB TWBBON TEA ;