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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. December THE LEIHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD o wUl give absolutely free tern of piano lessons at the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music to -a family buying a new piano before Christmas. Store open evenings. branch, Gonservitory Building, Ashmead and Rompas, Phone t1. McCaw, manager What more suitable foi1 a Christinas .Gift' than a nice piece of Fur-. niture which 'will, give comfort and pleasure for years to eoine. Our Stdfe i is :the a jbst Tjrmsii! ExHIMt passing iii completeness and attraction hitlierfo made: It is not what yon pay, what yon get for what terizes wise buying. PKICES PKEVATL AS any -but IN PLAIN FIGIJRJES Great We "Want Your Visit :'T1 BRASS '_ :_; 1 Fern -Up. E-acli article an exceptionally good as we purchased-a jol) lot and are giving the puMic the "benefit of our close'-buying.- IN THE FURNITURE Secretaries. Bo ok Cases, Music Cabinets, Den Furniture. Library and Den Tables. Eattan Grass Chairs, Eockers of eveiy description. Parlor Folding Screens. SOMETHING FOB THE and ;Up. High and ITpv Kindergarten Sets, red-or brown., and Lethbridge's- Hbnie-Furmsliers GOS.SrdAve Phone 625. MACKENZIE'S MUNICIPAL (Cop-tihued iroin front f stated "that he was elect cd courity treasurer of one of .tne largest counties in-Northern-.Wiscon- sin by a three to one' majority. This office required a bond -of swrtT'made up by his personal '.Ills duties while in this pf- term ;iastedi years, iwere largely looking, after ihe finaiic-. jes of the in the coun- jtyj Iht-jvhaving'..4'6 direct to sales had to' be.propor- itione'd and credits issued to their, re- spectiye districts. Mr; term. oi. j office the' County''Board sold br auc- jtion tax certificates ,at. prices" 'ranging.-from "the face 125--.'per. cent.- val- ue, These certificates ranged. in face value from 75 cents to these.' certificates..'.- .represented the unpaid. j t'axgs county -''A ivfcinnCr'PAn Your Danger From 1 Kidney Troubles BEGINS WHEN YOUFt BACKACHES, the first and the sure sign' of kidney "When the back aehes or becomes weak a warning thac the_ kidneys are in soine way. Nest to the kidnevs "are, -displayed perhaps the, important organs in-the -It is up-'won'der then that, if the Keen Contests for Both Mayor and Council- Acclamations Taber; Dec. interest: is Monday's elections Has ever ,been the ease before in a municipal election in Taoer. The keenest struggle will be for the .mayor- certifi- soil, obthese cer- proportion credited1'--to- the county. This was. ho "infant's11 job and was only '.OL the many tangles which, lie encqun- tins .office.-' JDuring his .office, states, [that county hoard meetings, which, even'if some- what-different to Canadian custtimsV their fundamental principles Mr. Mackenzie further stated, upon for one of the jpraisers for'State Park. Lands ffor j Northern duties; he j performed for the greater part .of a large apprais line; which IVIr-; he on, fiie.-'for.'-ex- if so -Mr..'3VIacl3enzie gave further requested that-f-'the same be .wJtM'eld as-he did 'is own. horn "unduly. kidneys are affected th'e whole system must On -.the, first ot Doan's rr Kidndy Pills sbeuid be They go .K- H- the .Iirst candidate, right to the. seat-of, trouble, heal the a, circular'letter to .-the delicate the kidhfiys and. electors, and though he is 'not doing moke their 'action regular and natural." jmuch talJiing. "is "quietly securing the J. Svalmcr, Lake !support of large'numbers of ot treasure v i'-davekceived j Alex Becic' opposing Mm, is n Pills. I ;inaKihg more noise and nas several for him who claim have; a majority; close one and we turnout, of voters' 'time J ion Monday, fcut.we are most was my kjarw-vs ior several triends -Tsars: ray" bfrck.wiK wea-k, i had terrible 'tnat Alex' will 'J T 'i i _ "r. _ '.t .t very are 50c. per 'box- br 3'for. all dealers or mailed' recefg't'o'f price by The T. Mil-" burn Ont.' .K ordering "Boon's." UNIQUE TYPEWRITING The- CONTESTWlfH CONCEk'T tcpncert -being" held .under rtyie-auspices of ,the, .butt In. epnnetion with'It fee. a type- prize in: the. contests-is- gold .watchV .tJie of Gaine _ As It Was from front page) wnich.-: presented J. Armstrong; jeweler. The ,3'udges -wiir- .-be >B: M. Tnomasson, -retary. of mana-ge-rv; Canadian, .of G-l oL.the .Central-school. There npuse 53 arising '.the "in ?wflich according -to .their; own -opin- ions' and not according-to ple's. Whilst the candidates'..for the mayoralty, are. enjoying a .space o'f_' notoriety the candidates for alder- manic'hbnors are left somewhat'in-the snade, whicli is too. jthey are. all -worthy men 'arid.'snouid be given 'sqms'publicity. ,1.' S% who .has lived here for a, little over .two is a .-cap- ace usiness .manager, of the Pioneer Lumber ''Co..-. yard... here. unsuccessfully 'ran for, mayor last better luck. is, predicted for him.; this, tirae.. Wildman, ;'the successful .con- tractor, -who has lived here for -four years now, is another man who will render th'e: town good as he possesses .business -knowledge which will be particularly .useful- to this growing town. who is 'well known ail over town, as an "upright merchant, Burdock I having come here from Ontario j two years ago. He is constantly! Brought into contact with farmers anil others from outside points and other-1 wise is well qualified to look after the interests of the taxpayers of whom JBIUwlJ. he is the heaviest "of: the- five candi- ciates. J. H. Robinson, another'" Ontario man who came to Taber-a than a year and a half ago atid engag- ed in the .implement -business, is-a quiet but -cautious and capable busi- ness man, and though.perhaps "at- aJ occasioned .by a; bad; disadvantage as far as being well! of-the. blood, and it is known is .concerned, possible-, eradicate, them. ers would losfr-nothing'--by halving: j system unless you put Koblnson .to.look after- their interests.-; good JMr. Haynes is one" of taber's piori- Skin Diseases. All'- diseases of the "skin fare, in eers and needs no introduction or re: commendation. He is seeking haying served, two1 years on, the council, and his merits are ....well- Known, to his. friends and .there is .no reason'.to believe .ttiat he '-has'any'en enuesv The mayor has-calledi-a.public.'meet- throughlta the, blood and its renovating faction 3ii'? tne. system, Burning e ing 1'or in opera npuse, .when the chairmen tees will give; a nothing ".j work and an, opportuiiity.'-will .Miss writes: .-have with salt-i-beiim. on. iny ed .that the. several aspirants 'for muni- cipal honors have "something- 'ito mayor 'and the would-be mayor. is "engaged, in QUAKI'NG 'AND 'QUACKING V V, V; OF .MONTREAL ''PHYSICJANS Montreal, There< 'is cousid- ;erable quaking- as ;-weir. iiuaclring' among the Montreal medical sion just'at present'-a'nd-'Sornethiiig-.--is going to drop" pretty- soon -if Chief Car- penter of; the r detective 'bureau cJan real: the signs. "'Detective arrested "Doctor" .Corinria on a ..-.charge of and has oDtaihed a, confession from him 'which implicates "several physicians in' good standing., as .well 'medical, students 'and nurses. A. woman who the Victim" is now .'in.' a, "precarious condi- tion and in case she does, not recover charges of a more serious nature will .be lodged. on my hands.any- "I Cannot speak too highly Blood.-BittersJr only Co., Toronto. SOME; Ottawa, De. the Canadian-, "party -neadecL .or, left .last' spring f OK anilv observations in the and ''has-not "sineer 1 .'.While) the party-. fail, no .anxiety.-lor their welfare well; ;heat inore tov Jife- than '-.extreme cold. T The amendment against which the a off -the- days..' The purpose pi..the. amendment 1 seaso'n'. 'will 'always be- ducks'in "this sa'id: one -night, "and I see no need of protecting in [the first .week :of. the, season, a species j of bird. tluii will; never become ex- i "of cuttirig--'ofi a week from I the hunting season. The ducks only jfly be-isliof-by.-tlie Ameri- I cans on the- other side of the border, qr so" to "the fiats" oi St..Clair River, .near'Detroit, they'are shot in- i hundreds by.macliine giins. There is in'o reason "wnV- we should not have this-'sport, some Ameri- Kstimates Today Premier Sifton gave notice ia the 1-cgislature yesterday. afternoon that he move for a committee oi Monday next, when he will read-Jus budget speech.. The estimates will be printed and brought down probaqly tomorrow. 'House's G-r-eat Record The house surpassed its record tcrday and put through fifteen bills in the committee of the whole. They were: four city charters. Edmonton, Calgary, Strathccna and Medicine bill respecting tho town of Mac- respecting the chartered'ac- countant's in.siitutc, bill rcsppctinj; j the village of Stafford, bill respectinc; Lthe Royal Alexandra Hospital, "bill i respecting; the city of "Wetaskhvin, bill .respecting the Lacombe and Blind Man's Vn-lley Railwav, and the La- combe, Bullocksviilc and Alix Rail- way, bill respecting noxious -weeds, i bill -respecting the manufacture of butter and cheese, bill respecting the Alberta: and Northwestern Railway-, school ordinance, school assessment iordinance and school grants ordinl A bill respecting the Alberta I! and Northwestern gives extension ot 11 two Wars' time to that railway com- Pany. The company was incorporat- in lOOfi, with the following as di- rectors: McArthur, E. F. Getchcll, a 1C'. R. Mitchell, now attorney-general, j N7. D.' Beck, now Judge Beck, and E. giC. Emery. BANKERS BROKE THE ANTI-TRUST LAW New Orleas, Dec. -depart- ment of justice has held that the agreements 'in effect among the bankers in the principal cities to cnarge a tmit'omi rate of exchange on a'll ont-ot-town cheques is a. violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. As" a result "of this decision it is stated, on reliable authority, that several suits are to be brought against local bank- ers AT Time is getting siiort and Saturday and Monday is the time for you to select your bargains or the opportunity "will gone. Sadowsbi's through, and the chance of a lifetime is yours. jNTow oiv never is the slogan for you to remember. Don't be too late and spend time in regrets. Come early Saturday and Monday for ithe final chance at this snlftiiflicl stock of men's clothing. TvooL 71b. retails regular -S6.50. Pinal regular Our Price Pleece Lined, regular G5c. now.....45C pair for 2oc, 3 pair for 25e, 2 pair for 25c? 2 pair for 35c and 3Gc per pr. GLOVES for the Final Call regardless of cost. your time to buy shirts for...................89C PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS........ -35c SUITS AND Saturday and Monday there's a killing wholesale prices are smashed. still have a few left and they are for..............-.----..... -60C McGready's Shoes: all styles, all shapes and all sizes. You can get what you want at prices that'will make you wonder. ODD PANTS .AND them at ridiculous PEABODY'S OVERALLS..........SI.15 EXCELDA-HANDKERCHIEFS 3-for .2Sg SATURDAY AND MONDAY GREEN SIGNS FOR YOU of Bflslnesa Kale 110 Reord Street SATURDAY AND MONDAY Green Signs For SENSATIONAL PRICES J ;