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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 The Lethbridye Daiiyiierald, Friday, v1" 100 dozen Men's Black How, extra and toe, 45c value, to clear per 100 dozen Man's Grey Pure Half Hose, the weightier fall, soft but hard in wear, worth 50c; to clear, per pair........ r100 dozen Men's Heather Mixed Worsted Half Hose, repair wool to match, the best ever" shown, regular 50c; to clear, per pair 50 dozen Men's Pigskin Working Gioves, will wear like iron, usua! price 50c; to clear, per pair Men's Fleece Lined Un- derwear, extra heavy, spec- ial soft finish, value Men's Pure Wool Under- wear, "Stanfield's" Nova Scotia, the best money can buy................ A special delivery of .Men's Blucher Bal Shoes, welted and leather lined, the new worth to clear 50 dozen Men's Horsa- hide-Gloves with gauntlet, the greatest value ever of- fered, worth now.. all colors, i ruro Knit, high and low collars, from Men's Suits In tlie newest shades-of "greys, olives, and seal The textures are Cheviots, Worsteds.-- Imported Scotch ISyeecls .and.other-high.'cUiss "brio's; Hio srnai test models, the Biggest range the best ever seen ifi "Our Leader" in Men's shoes, genuine Kangaroo, Goodyear welted, smart and dressy for fall wear; usually sold .our price 100 dozen Men's pure silk Loose End Neckties: "new colors and regular 50c; to clear" 35c; 3 for___.___ A line of Ladies' Sweater Jackets, fancy, coIoVs, to clear Men's Overcoats .00, We have indeed a big range of c'oats: so large that space will not admit us to describe them all. Greys. Browns, dark and light, stripes, plaids and plain colors. The new "Chaugeo" collar: also the Metropole: beautifully made and finished, Pealbody's a Garment 300 dozen Men's .N'eg.'j gee shirts, assorted -pat- terns, for us fo- tne fall trade: regular to clear T........... Men's Natural Lla- ma underwear, soft as silk, "Nelsons" "Wolsey" from The Great Clothiers of the Great West. Round Street Lethbridge FISHERMAN FELL ON HIS GASOLINE ENGINE St. Joans, -Sept. Me JUonald, a fisherman, aged 29, fell on gasoline engine wine lisbing off Wilson's Beach and fractured his sicull, dying in a few minutes Gin Pills Prove !4 It-is one thing to claim to cure Rhcu- aiatism. It is quite another to do it. Gin Pills bear out every claim -we make for they arc not a "favorite prescription" or a "marvellous discovery" or a "won- derful secret preparation." They are simply a common-sense, scientific combination of medicines that have proved their value in Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and Disorders of the Liver. Ogdca, N. S., July 1st, 1909. "I have been troubled with Kieuma- tism so bad that I could not work. A doctor tended ioe and advised me to go to the hospital but all of no good untiS a friend told me to try Gin Pills. I diet so and after using a few boxes, I am per- fectly cured. I an: recommending Gin Pills." D. J. LAWLER, There is no reason why Mr. Latvler's ease should be any different from yours. He took Gin Pills and cured himself of Rheumatism. Why don't you take them and cure yourself We will let you .test them free. A sample of Gin Pills will be sent you, ab- solutely free, if you write the National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Depr, Toronta 26 AMONG. THE RAILROAD MEN Conductor 'Choqtiett-e, of the C.P.R. has just returned from a trip back to his old home near Boston. Mass. J. Halstead, sjnpral freight agent LOWERED A RECORD iaientown. Pa.. Sept. the cnampion trotter, today clipped 3-4 of a second off the world's record when he went a mile in 2.05 1-4 over a half mile track. The record was made despiie tile fact that (Uhlan made a bad break at the first turn. of the C.P.R., is in -Lethbridge gn ixhe time by quarters was 32- 1 03 3-4- one of his periodical visits. 11.35: 2.05 1-4. Supt. Taylor, of the Medicine Hat ___________________ division of the C.P.R., is in the citv today in his private car. W.' Voss, of -tb.fi office of W. H.. D'Arcy, general claims agent of The1 C.P.R. at Winnipeg, is in the citv today on business. A. T. DiJlinger, of Ottawa, assist- ant chief operating officer to the Board of Railway Commissioners, is in the citv. KILLED BY A TRAIN HOTEL ARRIVALS ALEXANDRA George' Show, Chin; J. A. Melville, Salt Like City; Ross B. Cooper, Seattle; 'F1. 0. An- drews, H. V. Emeler, Calgary; Nor- man Eineler, Winnipeg; H. W. Boyd. Cranbrcok; D- B. JVIcEwen, "Regiiia; L. Wolfe, Calvary; J. H. Iteming, jr., Idaho Brails; W. H. Kulit, Mrs. L. Meisser, Warcer; C. Lunan, W. P. Cunnihgham, C. T. C. Buchanan, S. F, Calgary; H. H. Blauchit, Vancouver; Robt. 0. War- wick, Medicine Hat; ;W. Stoler. Madagascar; Wm. Stark, wife aad child, Summer-land, B. C.; S. C. Wil- helm, Fernie, B. Mrs. tleford. LETHBPJDGB-G. Graham, A. J. Hancock, Winnipeg; H. 0. Halman, London; W, J. Smell, Torontq; G. S. Gould, H. A. Darker, G. N. McDon ald, Calvary; A. Smith arid wife, Denver; M. C. Jackson, Beitbcno'; G. E. Watters, E. Peiitclare, A. H. Ashane, .J. K'aistead, ;Calgary; H. H. Free, B. Van-, cquven; W. C. Bryan, G. Bryan, Mac- leod; X. A. Starks, Moose Jawi; E. Ford, Nelson. DALLAS-W. S. New Day C. Dougall, Macleodr, Mrs.-G. B. Thompson, Claresfcolmr, E. S; Som erville, Calgary; George E. Guertn, and wife, Macieod; F. J. Morrison, j North Dakota-; E. James j Bailey, Savanna, lib; Jam-es Street, j Dubuque, Iowa; Wilhelm Ross, Winni- Hulbert, Medicine .Hat; W. H. Denning, JY M-. San- dahl, High. River; Miss.L. Dahlt, P. S. Shillam, ..Calgaryi; .A. G. Flater, Swift W. Kelly, Bassano; Miss M. Langeland, Chicago. CO ALD Chas. Horn, EagleBiitte, Mont, T. A. Underwood, P. Reolane, Grassy Lake; John L. Julien, Maple Creek; .Thomas Irvine and E. JocBem .and '.wife, C. Stir- ling; Robt. 0. Coaldafe. Fisher, Stirling; E. Codd arid family. Red George Parker, Calgaryi; G.' H- .JLasnna and wife, Calgary; W. Forsha-w, Iron Springs; C. M. i'C. G. Richardson, "Yale; G.'V. -Cook j and wife, Avoca, Miiau- Gunder 01- iseu, Rifl-ei; Leslie'GfisswilL.Uenver; L-anis Stoll, Bu-tte, Mont; 'Shid- ller, Ta-bst; L'.vHoer, and :wife.: Fred Hoer, Bow A. E. Thomas, Macleodj; A; cine Hat; A. Sales, Geo. W." Coffin. Carmangay; Wallyv gary; Wm. Grassy -Lake. H, -Andrew, Fer- nie; Wm. Bennett, Morse, Sask.; H. W. Leon, Wis.; "W. J. Reid, Milk River; Norman Schertz- berg, Brantford, Ont-; F. M. 'Berry, Seve'a Persons; Joe How, Taber--; C. M: Peterson, Burdett; G, Davidson, Taber. W. Lukins; Burdett.' DoTey and mangayr, C. M. Rice, C, Hendrickson, Spring Coulee-; Mr. and Mrs. Lero-1 j good and child, Calgaryt; Win. A. J. Martin, Spring Couieci; .Peter. Jor- genson, Sundial; Ed. ;Schafer, Bar- ons; Mrs. J. 0. Johnson, Barons; Mrs. J. 0. Johnson, Champion, Alta. B. M. Hughes'and wife, Alfaerton, la. C. Anderson, Nebraska. l-'ort Arthur, Sept. body of the this ear. Charles Burkitt, A. R. I. con- ductor, returned from his holi- days which ho spent- at Seattle, Van- couver and other coast places. Supt. T. D. Kevin, of the A. R. I., who has been home sick for the last live or six days, is reported bet- tcr and hopes to be at his desk again tomorrow. t R. Cunningham, superintendent of P. S. and D. C. service for the AH DftftiDABLE BEMIBY fsr Groaic Eczeaa, Wonnds, Cats, Bans, SUss, Chapped Hands, Chafisg, San- barn, Prrehly Heat and Itching, Swollen Chilblains, sad all skin aisetses. i Should be kept handy in every house- hold for properly meeting the countless emergencies constantly arising. Thor- oughly effective for local application, wherever and whenever a soothing-, antiseptic Ointment is required. Remember the name HAY'S SKIN-HEALTH OINTMENT. BO NOT ACCEPT A SCBSTmiTE At all druggists in 25c. tubes and ROSE PLAINS NEWS Miss D. Nines spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sutton. of ,13-17. Rev. Mr. Ritchie conducted Metho- dist services at the home of Mr. E. Domay on Sunday, the 18th inst. John Anderson is breaking this week for Mr. Thco. Qdgmark. Joe Bcaudoin purchased a fine work j Tne !og cut {n Aroostook County horae last Maine, will be reduced 25 per cent. The C.P.R. Surveying party have moved their tents further along line of survey. Enright has been sinking but Las not been successful getting water. "The farmers of this locality taking every advantage of the weather. Breaking, hauling coal, hay, etc., and all other fall work is j being attended to. j Joe Joelence left Monday tor B. 0. j where he will spend the winter, j All who are interested in educa- tional matters are anxiously waiting to see the commencement of our school building. LIVE NEWS OF GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake, Sept. H. Krug, President of the Krug Furniture Co., Ltd., Berlin, Out'., and 'the owner of two sections of land ten' mites south of here, aniv-ed in, town today from the east to look over his property. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A.- Un-derwood and son, arrived home today after a three months' trip to their old. home in Leicester, England. Stephen Niehaus and family have moved to Daysland, Alta. Hans. T. Wiken and family have moved to Maddock, N.D. Mr. Wiken has lately been running a harness shop in town, .but as he had a chance to get a good piece of land in North Dakota lie sold out his business and has left for there. A surprise party was given- to Miss Leah Underwood last night by about twenty o: the young people of the town. Hiss Underwood expects to leave for Lethbridge before long, so this ..was about the last chance the yoiuig folks of the town had of show- ing t-heir esteem of Miss Underwood. I Everyone reports that it was one of ._ _____.... Finlander, badly man-llhe most Pleasant evenings spent out gfied was found-OB the G. X. R! tracks at Slater river last night, evidently crushed by 3, passing- all are fine Burglars entered the residence jJJiss Shuh, Waterloo, and stole a i her jewellery. in I The urn containing the ashes of late William Holman Hunt, the act- i Alberta Division of the O.P.R is in! to-cs or by mail on receipt of price. I the city today. With him are 0. j SAMPLE TUBE FREE Lliman, JUS assistant, aild C. -LeneaX. j Cut this out and mailwithyonrniaxxni C.P.R. ticket aReat at Calgary. They went out to No. 6 mine of the A. R. j K T. this morning ar.d went to t-he bottom of the shaft. It was the J. D, Higinbotham Co. Ltd. iViO I J i first time the latter entered a coal pit tvvo had ever TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Baron Rudolf Goldschmidt-Roths- child, of Berlin, has chartered a pelin airship for a pleasure party.! or, was placed in the artists' corner of St. Paul's Cathedral. Thos. L. Burnette, D.D.G.M., of Brilevuc, Alta.. vas in town last Wednesday in the interests of the A. F. A.M., who are opening up ai lodge here. p. W. Larsen was down to Leth.- bri'dgi: and drove Tsack an Internationa.1 -Automobile which he, had bought there the. T. H. Co. POPULATION The rental of the airship will cost him an hour. With the idea of drawing up ar. in- ternational agreement for the suppres sion of the opium traffic, the Inter- national Opium Conference was to have met at- The Hague, but at the Alberta Drug and Book OF CHICAGO Washington, Sept. The population of Chicago is 1S5.2S3, an increase of 708, or '28.7 per cent, as .com- pared -with J.n'yS 575 in Chicago is a little disappoint- ed as it expected at least This announcement-. tftaves in population as the second city of the Unit- ed States nnd {he fourth in the wo-. E. E. Kilgrox. is down in Leth- bridge today on t. -mass for the firm of Kilgrow Mrs. Job. Llewelyn jctt'on the noon train today to attend the "fair at Cardston. Miss Madge. Kilgrow left last night ,on -a visit to her sister, who is ill at Mountain -View, Alta. Chas. Taylor, of the 'Grassy Lake Hotel, is away on a visit to' F lem- ming, Sask. W. H. Gordon, foreman of the B. .t B. department Of ito 0. P. R., and; two engineers arrived in town totiav; in their official car 10 inspect tin- i 'new pumping station on the Belly: TORONTO AFTER THE O. 0. F. GRAND LODGE Atlanta. Sept. 9Sth annual session of the sovereign grand lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfel-, lows comes to a close roday wicli the j election of the 1911 convention city. Toronto. Buffalo and Los Angeles are v j trying hard to secure if. Is to money than you >getv anywhere -else in .1. arc ;doing that' for' ail iny customers.. For I v am selling; all wool worsted sox in mixtures' and'.: plain, colors at 30c a mark., this is. lar same, f-; ers are. putting at special. 356' ai; You will find, every other -line ,am selling. 20c a pair You will lower 'on. a line of heavy all derwear that I- am.. seUing- ;iii 'V'. 'regular 'way.- at suit, while are, it on sale at that marSteg. it "special If you' are lobMng for jreal" values, it will .pay you' to-'in.- 2 spect.my stock of .c Clotlimg, Shoes, as you -will' find my regular "prices even lower than oth- 1 ers' so called special -prices; I have the sole agency for-the. Slater Siioe J in Lethbridge. Fifty differ-- ent styles carried in 'stock att prices .from ?4.00 to a pair- ,-s THE MEN'S MAN to Eureka Theatre Round Street Another Ladies' Slices opened iip at The Crosby Shoe Store sold at prices within tire reach of all, up Bid Girls' shoes, -51.75 to jary M o Shoes es, and prices, Youths'' fine eniury shoes of e the exclusive hbridge. 114 ROUND ST. Next Door North Bently Co. ;