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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 1910. THE XETHBKIDGE- f between new and CHRISf MAS 's can help some. He has a bargain lor Something for Every- body ..JT at Unheard-of Prices Come and See! an, average per day and Help rrsssv Uood Goods at rnces i-Mtnat will carry _" i and See! Our Ladies' Hkndlbags cannot be -They Tctnges-in price from ill I do my stock SAYS: We them away at ridiculous prkes -xcuge5 meht or tnei -famous Obby Gut Glass. We are trie It's A Shanle s Opportuiii% "Mriock but once; so it is said. Xlrasp tKem-Lay hold of theni- Make them your own Of all styles and grades We cannot begin to tell you all about them, but we n- plore you to Gome and See Did Someone Say have hundreds of them to fill all sizes and shapes of fingers. Suit- able gifts for all Don't Miss Yours Baby size to the full from the simple hoop to the 5 stone diamond, from Try One On! That Pickard China is a dream, but don't dream too long-be active The secret is out about our stock Sterling Silver and Ebony Toilet Sets Champion says he never saw fin- er and he has seen a few. Come and have a look. Diamond Crescents i and Sunbiiirlts Can only risk one eye at first. They dazzle, they hypnotize. You can't re- sist. Come anyway. Oh! those Sets ciassy sil-. T, from to Come and. see. The prices that we will quote when you come to see will separate us from the goods Champion at ENOUGH SAID MORE MEMBERS Dec. 7. The following members- weire> returned- by acclama- tion today: TJipnipson, "Unionist. Elgin and, Nairn Sir A. William- son, JSligo; Scanlan, National- ist. Sir J. Brigj, Hawjck Sir J. Barran, Lib- eral. _ .LincoInsnireV'" E.'- v Hampshire, Fareham A. H. Lee, Armaga, Crunley, National- ist.'- J. :G. S.- Worcestershire, r East ilr.. Austen Tfnionist. J: A. Lib. Mayo, Fitzgibbons, Nation- alist.' V McnagJttaii, McKean, Ind. P. White. National- ist. 1% m FIERE'S worth of Over- coat style, elegance and service for j I You the Fit-Refokin "AUTO1 anywhere else under V and then you won't get the perfect Fit-Reform fit Scotch and Irish Tweeds, up. The annual Calgary Herald road race De- cqteau, the- Edmonton, distance runner present. Tommy; Burns tnreatens io build, a theatre in Vancouver, -wliich' -pug- ilistic effort to elevate the stage. JN'ew York team 'threatens to cha.1- lenge the. Allen" And, while tBey they'll learn 'the holiday variety of hoeiiey-ajHl tiat-TChich goes to make real chain pionsMp the advice pltava' school. And.-'every athlete -tvho has visited. agree' that tiie first part of his little speech. Anitrican people :spend ?1 a year on. professional baseball. Golf costs sportsmen -College fooLhall's; expense .'account is 000. bill is 000. In all .lovers oi sport expend. an- ually j. The trouble -j on in. Hamilton, else "Vfould the Herald rise to remark: "Tigers have lost two games in the last eight years, and yet some of the pikers, who. lost a, dollar or tvro on last Saturday's game insist on calling them _4_ V Harry Mclntosti.. the pitcher of the Chicago Cubs, -who pitched "in-and- our'-in the series, -went fish ing. in Tennessee after the dis- astrous struggle arid violated the game law ;ot tHat. state. per i'ish. Ke only caught "one. Owen Mpran. tlie Englishman knocked oat Battling -.Ixerson has challenged Ad -Wolgast, the light- champion, -nas accepted fer from James W. Coffroth to fight Wolgast rounds in San Fi-ancisco for a purse of the date to be left to the Milwaukee boxer. MeKELViE McGUffiE 3ok Agents for THE NOW lAlllMJORlTY Unionists by is J Going Strongs Won Several Notable Burnsv Saf e. 'Dec.. G.rrThe Liberalsx are; their -action' of 'a. by seats Rafter first 'da.ysf polling. 'vTlie seveii. seats-- "rorn1 on; their "inaiority should increase rapr idlv. .Jbhn Burns- vfc-- scene 'of the re- mained. Unionist. ..TJli'e results St: Helen's1 -57S21; Swift, -Unionistv Union gain. Richardson, Jackson, Union. .Liberal, .gain. Durham Cochranc, "Lib- r-Tills, Union.- unchanged. Bethnal Green, -'Corn- Lib. Moulson, Union, un-: changed. Bethnal Green; Lickers- HeSgard, .Union. 0861; unchanged. Lambeth Caverns, Lib. 702; Dalziell, Unfon.- unchang- ed. MorreH, Lib. -AT- Union. Lab .or, 3, Sift; 'Liberal- gain." Fisher, Gould ncy, In-d. Union! Un- ion. Ind. Union wins from Union-." JVIason, Lib.. Fos- ter, Union. Liberal, gain. Edinburgh Lib. 252; Union. unchanged. loib. Brown, Union, unchanged. row-in-Fwriicss tctbr -MayccH Union, St. Helen's John .Union Ricet Union, unchanged Lib Har- .rmgton., Union Shaw, Soc 4ST .unchanged; Chelsea Hotnman, LiB Hoare, Uniprf..'- uricliaQgea: Ularleboae Lib_ Boxtou, Union uncLanged. .Marlebone West. 926, Scotx, Union unchanged Lib Fabex, unchanged. Lambeth, Lib Lucas, Grayson7 Soc. -10 61; -unchanged.' Lib. 6-.52S; Eayes- Fisher, Union. unchanged. Southward Lib- -Union. Unionist gain. 5- t- Edinburgh 576; Murray, Union. uhcnanged. CHARGE ILLEGAL Cincinnati, notices jwere. filed tqday. against :three. staie j senators-elect and seven representa- tives re-els ctecl in, which. the charge waa made tnat illegal Votes were :polled in this cotmty on Nov. JSth.; It is estimated .that fully carried Cut o-f Hatniltoo. us a re- sult of ths big rugby same. It was the .biggest betting, event jn. the foot- ball Jine which ever took place in Can- ada, and now Hamiltonians begin to reaiiEe why Varsity supporters were so eager to get down their money at any odds. One Hamilton man lost. and many, others had losses which also reached the four figure mark. The Miller Bill will 'have to govern football games as w.Ul as horse racing the next lime it is revised. Lambeth Gosling; Lib. 20'2i CsstralL, Union-. unchang- ed.' Depiiord Bowerman, Lab. Coaies, Union. unchanged. St.ran.d- Earl I'. Lib. Long. Union. Prict1. Lib. 3.- 771- Radc'l'ifTe. Union. 3.947r undiang- Icd.' Kidderminster Barnard, Lib. OOSi; Knight, union, unchanged. ffad Severe Pains In His Back. Could Hardly Work. Mr. Alfred E. Davis, writes: For some years I sutered from severe pains in. my back and ccmld. hardljr -work at all. "and when I stooped down. to' pick up anything felt as if must advised: ,TO try. Boon's and after" tatihz two boxes I "was entirely feel that I cannot speak too highly in their favor. Southvrart Rotterhilhe Cavr-Gom- j wag nearlv.four yews'.ago and I me. Lib. Pownall, I uiou. remam cured." 027: unchaagcd. i Edinburgh East Gibson, JJh. I Camerou, L'nion. Ralph .V7orksr who.twided. ths. Medi- cine Hat team to victory in 1907 has again signed a Detroit" contract' for next. .year.. 'The fallowing, note con- cerning his lesral career appears in the Detroit "Ralph "Wprfes, l.he Tiger pitcher, ap- peared in Judge Connolly's branch of tae recorder's court, this morning in the role of assistant to Attorney Frank Bumps, who is defending Jamss Cham- pioni who 'is o'u trial on 'a charge of killing a man. "The young ball player is-.taking up' the 'study of law" in the Detroit Col- lege of law, and is studying with At- toruey' "Buinps.'' ''Crilrnria'l "practice is tae 'most exciting, just like- a good game with the jueige as the unipire.' he explained today7" Bi'rririge, Lib. Pol- lock, Union. unchanged. Hackney North." Adrimscll, Lib. G.rcen. Union. 5.290. unchanged. -Haokncj'- Spiccr, Lib. 3.- 054.-Jcssel, Union uncbaased- Hackuey South, Kobt-rts, Ind. Lib. BcvUomley, Lib, Farlpw, Union. nnrhangcd T-iomcsread, Doie.: Lib" 3J.29, Fletch fr; Union. unchuiiRwl. -Lambeth N'ontoo'tl.' -Sprubsai, Lib Union. Brighton; (two Nickalls, {Lib. Morris, .Lib. Ttioa, Those who have never been troubled with kidney trouble do not know the j 9u3eriQg sad misery -which those" afiSicted. i undergo. i Weak, lame- or aching back comes from the kidneys, and -when the kidneys are out of order the whole system becomes deranged. j Doan's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kidney troubles. They help the kidneys to flush off ths acrid "and poisonous impurities- which have -collected, thus clearing out tha kidneys, bladder and urinary passages. Price 50c per bos or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt, of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. i .If ordering direct specify Doan's." :kly colds..licals. tnront umm iuoss r- -XS AMATEUK PHOTOGHAPilEKS is the time to'.hav c your BEST FILMS, ENLARGED FOR XMAS PRESENTS. British Colonial Photographic Covr- SHERLOCK BLDG-. ;