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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 18, Iftl" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD E OF M Man Who Found Then Had No Idea of, Their Value CM COMPIflED That is the Prophecy Repeated Once More by Sir Wm. Mackenzie I-ondon, Sept. romance of the great pearl necklace since- dls. appearance In July, in transit by reg- istered mail from France, Is still only told. Yesterday further aston- ishing details were revealed. Augustus Home, piano maker, who found the fifty-eight pearls from, the r.ccklace in the street on Monday, a number or ealoons, showing tlie treasure to nny ono who cared to fee It, and this is what happened, ac-' cording to Edu'in Lewis, who accom- panied Horns oa lifs little thirst, quenching tour: "When Home brought the pearls In- to a Baloon ha had drink and thea pulled out of his pocket a DJrf'tnh'e fcnatcVhox, Hnd said, "I found theae tills morning in the street." said, 'Well, what about co sling them in the cutter. I not E've a shilling for the lot.1 "Home replied. 'I don't know what thtv are worth, hut I am going to take them to the police station.' "So oTf we wen.t to tho Caledoiilan toad police station. got there at nine o'clock. was in" the station fllte'en minutes, when ho camo out and said the "police told him the things were warbles, worth nothlupr, and that the> probably te given to the mat rod. Home iraa given a lost propert> ticket, and as it was then too late to go to work dinner, be wen had one or two more drinRE. "la a saloon, Home was fumbling in his pockets when lie pulled out anolh er which, he said, must ha dropped out of ths mdtolibor. Hi Hughlnjly offered It to a man in change for of beer, but th man would hot have It He' neit call- ed at public opposite Hollo way Castle, where Home pulled ou 'maitle' again, made jokes lt( and ottering to.sell .lie B'penny, hut no onB.f.anted-lt11 In a IMS frivolous mood. ywterday wltu fear ahou his share In tke ibVics'.hivInf refused to an opinion as to'Vrhii Ae jrfll'teti p thing. Branitetatter, two diamond brokers securei tho arrest of five me of complicity'In the thef maintain the reward is entirely their however, has offerer1 legal tu establish his clal to the lion's share, If It should ho con tested. He Is engaged In trying t trace the pear! he Tainly offered (or penny. It disappeared from his port and he visited 10 many saloon that his recollections are.haiy. Edmonton, -Sept. evptct to complete the liue by said Sir William llacKenzie, presl- ut of the Canadian Northern rail- ay company, in Edmonton, added, "r tbir.k we will have our ains in operation to the Pacific ast before .the close of next year." Sir William was in conference in s Private car with Hou. Arthur L. Won, premier o! ihe province of Iberta, saying ulterward in reply question as to its significance. We discussed the progress ol the roiince and the generally prospcr- us conditions throughout Western Replying to another question Sir Wil am announced that steel on more 300 miles ol branch lines has efn laid in the three prairie provinc- this year, in addition to 100 iles of rails on tho main line, or a otal of miles oi new.track since ic beginning of the year. Sir William, who was accompanied n his western trip, the first In a ear, by Lady MacKenzie and Gener- I Manager went over the Urand .Trunk. Pacific main lino to 'ele.Juar.e Cnche or Mile 53, li. C. Ic said that the Canadian Northern now 71 mites beyond the British Columbia border and that the work s going ahead in a satisfactory way. le added lhat grain shipments over :he east ol Edmonton are heavy, ndicating the largest, crop in the jistory of our line. Six Days More And the greatest sale in the history of Lethbridge will be over FIREMEN'S CAPS Black or Stripe...........15c WOOL UNDERWEAR Iteg. going........ 75c. WOOL SOX Keg. 30c, going 15o. PANTS scvoniy-fivc pairs left, going nljjA., SUITS Xcvcr before and never again wiH you buy Suits at Bucb low prices. are clearing them at less than wholesale prlce5---from up to Six Days More Below are just a few prices-to give you an idea that we are selling out SWEATERS The biggest assortment fa ths city at actual to The next six .-days we are going to clear the balance ot tlie stock at any Do not wait until it is too price. late. Buy Now PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS Only a few left at.........'ou .will decide at once lo throw off the liablt. Call or wrlle the NEAL 820.131H Ave. Wtsf, .Calgary 1'hone J525 FIERCE BATTLE WITH TRIBESMEN Bengali, TripoH, Sept. Italian comnvinder, general, Torclll, and thlrty-thrco Italian officers and men were killed In a battle yesterday with Arab tribesmen. The Italian list !of n-oumloit Included sovcnty rr.en-nnd jofllccrs.. The Arab losses were not ftitc.-l. fcat were undoubtedly very 'heavy, v Humphries, Maurice Mirbn, Maxwell, Richard Pipes, Mar- tin Geoghfgan, Lloyd-Dunham, La- iomc way if you fmd any boys who yerne Killins, Hugh Fulton seven girls .and one toy. That is hardly proportionate. To make up in lows: REDS T.cader, W. E. Frame Team'No. Millard Ron- irisoa, Oliver Kullerlon, Doughs Hen- derson, Charles Jones, Robert Har- dy, William Henderson, John Shand, Arthur Mcllvona, Robert Dodman John Oliver.' Bonncll. I Team No. 5-Capfain Maxwell, Sld- I ney Roidf Charles Fullerton, Leon was Dunswortb., Lewis .Cascaden, Ru'sscl Richards, Ralph Johnson, Gordon Ellyn, Howard Hamilton, Clarence Virtue. this vvj last- week wiih Mr. l.'ooni- is. Thpy called at Ihe home jl 0 W. Hastings lo inspect his alfalfa field which he sowed last spring. II had been cut twice this year, hut they look sonic samples IS Inches long and Mr. Sunaal said'it was a wonderful success lor 'non-Irrigated land. Mr. Hastings will.EOW all he can spring. Rctl.w will have a town rcalEs. The councillors have ordered one, which will arrive as soon as the cars arc here. We hope the C. P. R. will get their drillers here soon and get us a good (lowing well. C. W. Johnson, contractor and builder, who lives miles west of town, will buy a lot and build a dwelling and be ready' for business. Gray Hair Becomes Dark, Thick, Glossy LOOK years younger! Try Grand- m.i'i recipe of Sage and "phur and nobody will know Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea arid Sulphur, properly brings back the natural color and lualre to the hair ,-'nCien faded, streaked or grey; also ends dandruff, itching and stops falling haJr. Years ftgo tie only iray to get this mixture. to It ni home, .whloh la mussy arid 1 Nowadays we at Any drug store for "Wyeth's Safce and Sulphur Hair Hemedy" You'fljHI get a large boltlo for About 50 whts. Ever; body uses Ihl6 old, famous rccfpa, because no one pcaslbly tell ih-il you darkened -your, hair, ai it dws ft eo.nalurilly and evenly. You datnpen'a anonee or eoft brush .wlth'i.It this through your hair, one small strand at ft time, by morntog the grey hatr. disappears, and after ftuothcr application or your ,halr bcatjtlfully dark. thick'-'and glossy and you look -Medicine Hal, Sept: firs sod of St. Joseph's hospital to he hut for the local order o[ Nuni, vas turn od today by- Mother General from Quebec. It Is a die, o tho brow of the north.-hill ond_ donated by B. Bennett; 'of th city, and the building will cost a It Is reported tho foundation will be rtoiahcd this year. LEASING FEATURE THATT.? THE WERt TO PHOSrECTIVEv, NESS MEN Gull Lake.'SuV., Sept. of loU for Shaunavon, Saflk., at Lake today, pasted off quietly u4 quickly. The line-up had formM for two. weeks. Our one hundred latt were purchased and'-satltfactioa general. AH previous C. P. fc.tan-. site salei records wera broken, purchasers being largely bnslneo men. Three hundred and lota, were sold. .'i1 Break Whisky's Grip On Your Loved Ones .Dninturds will tell you with tears of sincerity that Ihcjr do not want .to drink. Tfte craving coming from the Inflamed of fie stomach, "rives them to It. will trembling pervM and remove the craving'thai in ruining yojr borne led Btealing la kind huibacdjor father frorn von, It costs' only per box and If It does not cure Or afttr t trial the money will re- funded. Alcura Xo. 1, Is .Useless and can be given secretly'In or foc-'l. Alcura Np, 2.- Is taken volun- tailly by those witling to help.them- selves. Alcura can cow be obtained; at our store. Ask for hoi booklet telling all about It and give. Alcura a.trial. .1. n. lllslnbolham-ft Ltd., Lett- bridge, ijeoU Dublin, Sept. mem are today Idle, either from atrlke or ock-out, In the trett movement of labor unrest which began here witV the elrlke, aud to England and Scotland. Armed fired upon the crowd of rioting farm laborers Dear fatally woandlDg a bojr. The who fired the arrecM.' will be cent to Patriot, dlitrlct north of Dublla, and nurUll may declared. The links movercerit and with'tie extension of the It estimated tie eiMi There art fn Ireland, ullh at 55.000 BtrmfBfhMJ Olasceir, J. a glnecr, Is being sued by. ,01 St. .Tfcomtt, Wf'-.l damages m ;