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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Itie Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Thursday, Seutemfar YOU'D BETTER NOT RISK IT Round Street 763 If you're figuring on buying a bill QflumEer, and tKattke quality and tte prices are all abotit the same: and "that it won't make any difference whether you get our prices or not; just take this tip and don't risk it. No matter what you want we will be pleased to quote ydu.our best prices, arid serve you promptly and satisfactorily Westminiter Rd. Phone 1063 N. Lethbrldg. Bow Itlud Milk High ClamhohB Nftuton Gnmum Barons Kipp Jet. UADiES'- HAND BAGS to AND GENTLE-.' 'MEN'S DRESSING CASES. to DooksV'card cases, drink- cigar cases, iSEJE, WNDOW DISPLAY JEWELER, Round St. U'ATE" Mtfiiorial Gjfti from London, Sept.; In "reraeiiJ bran ce of King" Bdwardf Queen. :before her departure, Scotland pre- sented sold scarfjjiiis --Mr 'E. F. Wrightson and two of bis-late Ma jasty's .imihediatV per- sonal attendantfil! .Hr. W-rightsos was the', King's valefc'-andV- nvith him at the VrMr. Meldinger, also duty at tihe but -had -been-'Tvith rhis master -d-nring his .stay At %iarfitz. The Queen-mother-" her Tooin and for they had its. Majesty. The central design" of of King Edward aarmioun ted; by... a. in" gold and enclosed. -by; A mourning .-band of. 'black enamel, relieved "at thre'e- ppiitts -by small- brilliants. grafed-the dates 'of fae, late-JKlns's birth vand deathT. 's; Queen Alexandra Eajs' made- 'appoint eveiy. .servant scuilerymaids .to of .personally and officer from.' SERVANT -tbe Master of she desired to' special-. -mem- ento" 'upon -those v.iubre'Y closely; and immediat-ely cbnnectetl -with'Tier late TO. IRELAND-MORESGBER. Great Reduction 'in the Gates of Drunkenness .London, notable, --de- crease In 'prosecutions for dninkejif ness the outstanding featured of 'fha criminal statistics relating, to 'ir.eja.niC published recently in. the farm '''qf 7'i: Bluebook. _' During 1909 there were pi cntions for drunkenness. The ayei number for ten "so is a decreasevpn the average of The number" "of cases in 1908 was' 1907; it was -A similar diminution compared ten shown .'in sases of assault in -1908 being The number -isV. slight 1908, when but'less than in 1907, when it 624.. The 'cases of. ounted to 32.5 percent, of all offenceB: counted. Measured .by- the number, of iindiet-" able offences committed, in. proportion tq.. the crime in--1909 that for the precedingvyear but above toe average for; the ;preced- ing .ten.years.' rouT FOR GIBSON ASANaO-PHOBE glarcsliolin Livery Man is Fraudulent Itfff Dealings 'Sept. 21. Warr-anls by the Dominion arrest of. Fred E.; Gib- '.'formerly ran a livery stable out a Gibson. left here quietly he into the Dominion tho ibtal.of the fLmoiints- ;oT7ing', crpciltors in coW is about C t'n ,-jf tf.boi.t years! ,wip in the fraud on THESE; PLACES ARE "GROWING' i, Bank, i was arrested yes- ter-dayKand- remanded by' Magistrate "Gaaaies until Oct. 2( Cor further lieai- the. mean urns' the mounted lor, Gibson v.-bo he United S Ottawa, Sept. Cyr, a.-'dom- d" IS, attempted ci 3n-the police- court She had stolen; a valuable dress from ner .miitfegi. by -the months'. While the cells; sva-llo-w- lowed. jfiercury pillB. The dose too .however. "Can be .depended upon" "is ex- -pressibn.iwe.all'like to hear, and when it'is used connection with' Cham- berlain's; Colic, and Diarrhoea Hemedy." it means ...that it- never fails dysentery.or .bowel, itsT "It pleasant to take 'and for children and-'aoV Sold, bjr all, druggists. GAVE MEMBER GREAT RECEPTION E. .M. MacDonald, a -rousing reception, was -given with' Sir' rom th'e "trip Population' Iricraase in Wisconsin and Iowa ..-'Washington, Sept. .popu- lation of 'Covington, ,Ky., is an Increase -of or 24.1-'perc as compared with. in in Covington is located The of led the accoinpanisd MacDibnald .in.-jcar- -The lined-. -with --a cheering mass' -of and1 -when' was -reached! 'it -found population of as comparVd" with in 19CO.- The, of Waterlog" Iowa; an increase of or ner -cent as with in 1900. tie ;rink was Breached! it .was- .found, The population of' that the to ac--] an increase of" per COmmodRte the ceni-_ as rnnvnarofl ttrif-h commodate the crowds.''..., Mr." MacDonald with an .address of a ririging speech Pre- mier's trium'phal'-prqgressf1 cent as compared -with. in'l9QG: The. populatiqn-of-rWilkesbarreV'.'PK; is an'increase of cent -as' compare'd in Navy Su- erior ponibined and Jap- Let the.'. people. unite in de-1 Committee Senator How caicago, septix 2L3enaior-: 4 Julius G. Burrows, of chairinian of the 'senate committee; 'to in- the Jaaer, .of here tonight of tM pre- up "tkccohildef of the a, a, navy to 'naryles of Great 'Bri-: at all -places time's nd t H pices country's Peace with! thatfti of .aenitorii ioy- v: the; concluding of-a article by W: R. Hearst ".South" ioriificatibn "of the Ca- William: B.- pillingham; Re- nal, hfsre' from Paris.: publican; whose "General mi'srepresenUtive -by of the. IPafted -States at the Inter-ParHanient Peace, taken -it uponj to pRnam'a X3anal; Overcomei'by thei''brum. Johnston, so often OamWe, he has "expected Tke Waddington- Stuckcy Company, la All Ktada ot HAY GRAIN at once Carloads shipped on receipt of order. our v. Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. fold an oommJeiion, either by pit vats treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE 4 SALES YD, -SMITH Hottl Office Round St. me74y a jwhicn so it; i- d atrects he has expected -81 held the United used to raise the it-ii; expected :tb money up .a plausible storr i fine clean up. a, bunch of mbneyHhis, fall -buying the' cattle them on grass until'the j .an account n June" 4th. by discount- I6r and -two lat- and 'then made .which, resulted in-his for U'nis; was "in June' nothing suspected-, un-tjl a. day or ;two ago Gibson Hurditch ad- part assured him that, -while .he .intended to raise money on the bill; of sale, he would fix it up all right. Gibson "is also into tiie Bank "of Commerce for a. considerable amount arid, leaves about'.forty mourning cre- ditors in the town: "His fire insurance policies were given: as security'at the Banlt "of Commerce but it is now said that'the company-.is no'good. 'V Gibson lived in Nanton before com- iug to Claresholm and. broug-ht with, him a- good reputation for honesty. It is "'thought that-he-has gone to Ne- braska5 where he .formerly belonged. There ".are two charges against him, one of obtaining money by fraud and the other conspiring to- defraud. it-ii-i tion which wag temperjitelr'reirain' from riding Gen- tlie eral and depositing 'to, the Anega.tiottg of nini ii. the-nearest British waters: ,in the.-neaTest Britiah waters, they, be allowed the inier, will %e: the frails) privilege of'feciirtng Ms recall sis toon- hearing, sup- as', the the''mes-.Jport of these. :ibe 'first' execute "the 'brier.; '-the" United- States i Tht 01 Ripley Transfer O. Now OB KedpathSt. Opposite ilstio4iit Ckartl mi HA YAJVD GRAIN FOB SALE PHONES: cannofc'fortify tie Ban'ama Canal, Gen- Bridge .Hancey, 'of erial 'Keif er-f first, what Is'utr S'enatof Lorimer' wiU- at the hearing" terly what is in-; ined at two 'Minority tensely The :TJnited Stat- '--Leader re- Panamatpeat "their, orirl Tiiss" Uanal; and. colleagues.' "TUe treaty, '.which I .In addition, would the neutrality of great majority, 11 mem- was not; approv- bers who .voted for may. be fed, to declare, 'oath :'their deV -which. ;canil can be, and will .reasons_for. so voting. _r- ff j" _ J, i -n 'faia lorii H "substituted: j. In neither of his did OLee 0'- SOLD EVERYWHERE HILLER ARRESTED Sweet Oaporal cigarettes are rolled in the purest rfce paper. Sept a negro, was partially identified this morning as the slayer of Charles D. Hiller. -who was shot in defending his daughters from an intruder in their bedroom. Hiller was a clerk for the Rock Island. He was aroused at an early hour by the screams of his daugh- Florence, aged 12 years, and Clarice, aged 18 years. .Hiller rushed to their bedroom and grappled with the .man. They rolled down the stairs. locked 'in each other's arms. Then the intruder began firing, three bullets en- tering -the railroad man's body. His grasp relaxed and the murderer fled. The police were notified at once, and soon arrested Jones as iie -was board- ing a car. During a Tour-hours' sweating the negro succeeded in concealing a bullet wound "until the blood at length trick- led down his leg and dropped on the floor. "An examination convinced tho p'plice that the wound .was fresh, and they believe that -while Jones was .ti-eaty which.- -STr.' Hay pTeil Broirne take the witness; stand, of negotiating; the land' his com LJnlted -States ;woufd expend fort-and enormous sums for the be striiction of a: canal to unite its two iffwpiila either be in times of qanger to send its own -canal to protect, its own coasts, or else it would be compelled to.pfermit.a iostile Japanese destroying American with iaftwreat; Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONft Offioo next Aroade Phone 1163 MAXIM TH.fe-" and-American property, to described a abandoned Ms by-A-merican-fwealtQ. and energjr." u BUSINESS, London, Sir. Hiram Max- jim, after having devoted years, to the construction of a "bipiaie, has YOUNG ARISTOCRAT :iN CUEER COMPANY. Disappears from Florence With Three i'lorince, :31. Society is bus- zing over thj> wtraordinary adven- tures of f the .'15-year-old son of Lauy Brabaton, wbo a sumptucus reidence here; where she has a foie- in society. The son coolly appropriated lire f roin his mothe'F-and made off escort- ed. -by three ragpickers. The four arrived at Deghorn, where they put up at the, best During four days they lad. a hilarious life. The quartet meanwhile increased their party to the extent of four fences Tne police became suspicious of them and watched the' hotel where they were staying-. Lady Braba'i'on eventually learned the whereabouts of ner sou. His com panlons, male an-i female, wore ar rested and -placed in jail, having some lire, .while the scion of a noble house was aanled back to The ragpickers and His womf-n werc- imprisoned on a charge of and leading an Euglis.'i youth into temptation. the of the wltK aer- macMncry; toth his advanced age and ;'difficuJ-Qr 'in competing auccesafully! with .French inventors and builders.. Sir -Hlrkm is seventy years olfll EX-CONWJCTOR ARRESTED' ON CHARGE Montreal, -Sept Du- fresne, an street" railwaly Tra-s" arreated. this, morning and 'Charged 'with arson in with the 'bomb throwing1; outrage on St. Denis street north, w-hen a can filled with gasoline was thrown through the window, of Mrs. Huetls house last Saturday night Dufresric appeared before Fire Goinmiasioner this morning on. a charge 9f and THE C1MD1AN BANKi SIR EDMUND WALKER, ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL PAiD-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND. 000.000 HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombird Street, E.C. WW YORK: I6f Bchintc Plice MEXICO CITY: In addition to the offices named above the Bank Has. branches in every Province themost'Iiriportarit cities j} and In the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the 211 It is thoroughly eqtappedl for the handling of colleciions and other banking business m the ierritory coveted by these branches. OPEN-WORK HOSIERY SMOKE Florence Hiller told the police shej was awakened by feeling a rough beard rettes farm in which tobacco can be smoked. grappling with Hiller and had his arm around Killers back, a bullet from the ,fnegrp's revolver passed through the I jwSite man's body and entered Jones'jWorn -By Girl Manager ihand. i Helped, to Elect Him, She Admits. feeling a rough beard j auiiport. Miss.. Sept. against her face. .She knew that years suc- was a negro, and though she did cessfully managed'rne campaign of not identify Jones as the man, she -him in Con- thought his clothing resembled thatjgress ov.er J. :R. Tally, by a majority worn by her father's assailant. votes in the Sixth Mississip- Mrs.. Elizabeth McNabb 'identified District, was retained by W. Jones as tke man -who had forced bifl way into her home earlier in the night. Sirs. McNabb said that the negro en- tered -her home and found his way to the bedroom where she and her daugh- ter were sleeping. He laid Sis hand on 'the latter's awn and slie a-wofce and screamed. This frightened tie intrud- er .away. The police declare he im- mediately, went to tbe Hiller home. Cecil H. Ross, a medical college 24 years old, son of an Oskal- oosa, Jowa. retired fanner, committ- led. suicide, in Denver, Colo., after be- commanded to return bomt. A. Dicison, for Congress in at a. Tee of 000. Miss 'Branson open-work hoieiery and rgauze, shirt She and attire bad deal -to do with the result of on "WILL RWVOlN PRESIDENCY. f Sept. Dr. Wood yesterday nom- inated; for ifereTnqr Jersey by itiate convention, said would offer bis resignation 'as president of Princeton UttlversUy ;t.o. 'board of -trusttes "at its" meeting on October 20, Lethbridge ftrami K. Nourse, ;Mgr. Proiils Total Assets Over Use tbe next time you send a small sum to--any point in Canada, or to any large- city in the-Umted States. Tiwy ftadE.tuuSer 3c. to 430 iOc. With this Jow cost convcijience with absolute safety. otir Drafts. R.und Btdpath Itt G. R. TINNING N. Ward Stirling H. Roach, Acting Mar.ager. Qratay W. EUlUie, f ;