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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jr December ft, J 910, T TT'C TXT A LIES IN A the hurried fire" are inevitable in v Fancy Silk tip in i'aiicy; cartons. to Eatli Robes ami House colorings: to Special.yaliies in Men's Suits Aor, Sak to .matter what -YQII ar.Q.jQp.Kng foji' -we M-ye them. Gloves of Md. F6w- -slmi., siiede. Souvenir Silk Hanclkei Prices-', 60c. 73c 1; iiiieu up half dozy in b ox. Pi ices to box Beauties iii Neckwear for 5vmas exclusive silks, Prices 60c Toe Pirn's Irish Poplin Prices to Tests and Coat Plam Colors, or wi'th bordei-s- and Prices-- Collar Boxes--Pf ice THE LEADING lHERIDGE OOTFITTERS -r ELECTIONS ARE London, -Doc. Parliamentary elcc tioas -continue their humdrum course, the chief i'ca-hux1, perhaps being the smiting- similiariiy to the returns of January last-, liardly is a gain no- liced on onn'sidc before it is equaliz- ed on the other. Oi special interest Today was tho defeat, or Timothy llcaley, at Louih, which const iUiencv he has represented for eighteen years. The Nationalists rejoice over the. dc- frat 0'" the first lieutenant of V.7illiam O'Rripn. Glasgow. Sv. Rollox: Wood, LiSer- Charaberlain, Unionist, 7.- Ghisgo'.v, Central: Murison, Lin. Dicksori. Union. unchang Uiidgeton: SCOLI, Lib. Hutchison, Union. un- C'ljangcfi. Iliifihton: Aison, I.iiboi'. Clark, Union. un- ciian.nfti. Bed lord Keliaway, Lib. A't- Union. Liberal gain. Middlesex, Hornsey Dummctt, Lib.' Ronald Union. Yorkshire Tre'elyan. Rumsdeti, Union. un- changed. Tradesiou: '4, !i 1.1; Main. Uniun. unchanged, ffias-ro'v Coil'-'so: Tilafi. Lib. Clyn, Union. niiehanircd. Glasgow, Hlackfriar, Barnes, Lib- Constable, Union. un-' changed. "Xoriliamplun (2 ftniilli. MeCurdy. Lib. Park Union. 'I.SIJC, Collier, Union. Shaw, Union. unchanged', Stockton-on-T'C-es: Sam.ii Lib -5 510; Union. .-4-Sift; un- changed. Northampton: 'Sniith, .Lib.; McCurdy, Union. .unchanged. Glasgow, Gainlacbie: -Hogg, "Lib. MacKinder, Union. -Kas- sank, Labor, Mirrlcss, Sufira-. gette, 3S; unchanged. Southampton Lib. Lib. Balfour, Union. Armstrong.. Lib. unchanged.., Dun-de-e (2 Churchill. Lib. 0.- 2-10, Baxter, La- bor, Vyiikic, .Labor, Prohibition, un- changed, Belfast, South: Chambers, Union. Union. un- i Liberal. j unchang- ed. i Leslie. Lib. 2.310; unchanged. BeUasrt, Nationalist, judee. Ro.bson.. -Gal 1 e d POLICEMAN ELECTIONS Winnipeg, jpec'J 9: At the -opening- of the police com'irilssiori, produced a pamphlet be- ing by- the supporters of E. D. who. is running for ma toe social1 'reform .ticket. Dennis empiiatically' protested against eanipaign methods anu stated applying' for an injunction 'in the The1 pamphlet contains a verbatiin evidence "of Mrs. MorefieM before the commission. Inspector NieV ton was called to prove that the" dis-' ing it the'mounted H. Hr-.Purley-. Iia'd roititcd suicide and had "been dead in hi? roo.incn-earj.y. without being discovered. "Sergt. Lou, of'Estevan telephoned t-o'Chiel re'ceiv- e-ct TWO BILLION AT MONTREAL following con- elections will be -held.-Sa-tuc- i go'vernment caii- i_ didate" coinjng .first' and-.the party ma- jority at the. elec- tion last: 4Jt :sion oi the. _CheshirCi H: D..' McLaren, "Comraissicn, comprising .United.j Craig, Literal, Cheshire, Nacolesficld: Col. W. S 150.., -d Juo report from .Purley-- for., two eeks'and or j locate him. by. phonic and thf--j. Stares' Commissioner -David ;.-rjerbyshire, ..W.-.E. chief to look" him The 'chief 'went fstarr .TbrTran; of .LeTand j vcy, Labor; Dr. J.-Court, Labor, 25- ,yor on immediately to .-ihe .rriiounted police j.jVersi-v''' a celebrated' aii-thbftty aistoun- .tarracirs on Railway aud.i; p- K. Essex, Waltliar opeu thc door'and i-ons, Bellaire, Lib to find the .body PUrJcy, jvltnislpr on-'the floor of his bedroom' frith Canada: OJi2 Professor- E: Sini- Clearing House-is Expecting to KeacB This Tear pre- .Montreal, 13ec. It -Is 'now dicted at -tha Montreal-clearing; tttat the clearings here .will go over tne two billion -.dollai mark for a figure never reached in thisv." .city. The returns for. eleven' months up to the vOth of .November 'of tnis year an equal to so .if inis mAnth is "'as, al. 4.1 o; Liberal A. Liberal, jgood as last, the two billion mark Lancashire, Southeast-, Radclifrr. be easily readied at the end of the" Gurn-Fan-s-sro-rth: T.- C. Taylor, [present year. The returns at me clearing House for th.e first eleven., so lias .Ueen an increase over last. Returned Novlh. Norfolk: Boyle, Lancashire, N. Lib. an changed'. treaty between tha United _. r. _ trict is v.-ell. policed, he stating 'a rpgistcreri the T. "t.- p.- Wa. conversed on two short 2lth; 5lis mooted-iiglits.. of each country j Colo? Valloy- C. Leech, Captahi 'IJoyd' Liberal. 991. Yorkshire, Pudsry: J. J. Otldy, Liberal, and tnai it" is three times as well "oJv- troilecl as.any_'otlier part of the'cilv." tnere two clothes officers ahvays.on -duty ncisicles rhe uniformed r-atrolmen. he stalo-] that HooUi. Lib. Lib. unchanged.- Bovsctshorr. Vvi'Biafns Unionkt; .London Magnus, UnipiV. 'Kssf-x, Maiden: -.Tardinr. Flar.nery, uu- j ehangeri. i Lancashire! 1-Titidlr; -l.ib- erai, 8.- Unionist '.'gain'. most complaints of indccenl exposure came j'rpm the souvli or the .resi- clenuai part of the city rather than tliis district, and he attributed it to a iorra pt'.ms.iniiy. Justice Robson here interfered, asking if was necessary. -riiev -vill, be-boug dutv as he did not often call and that.-account. -ATTORNEY'S FEE IS Chicago, Dec. Cutting of such evidence tne probat'e" court allowefl 'Attorney or.t this-was j clarence A. Knight' aitornev'.s Chiidren Often Need purgatives injure the bowels and pavs tbs way for j troubles. Ths now cvacuant in i c be too you give therru Harsh advertising the city as Shearer rees today for his services as counsel never-clone. f for the estate'of'the laid1" Charles'T. Appan-ntly dissatisfied thf j Yerlies and for Louis Oxrsley." the ex- someu-hat casual manner ir, which Tn-iecutor. Knisht had-asked ?250.000. spc-ctor Newton, of the city police, cave evidence, he asked counsel -to close his'examination and dismissed j DROWNED AT TWEED the witness. I i. Tweed, Dec. Caniff. TRIAL OF ROBERTSON [well known resident of Tweed.'1 wns IS BEING DELAYED J frowned in an attempt to cross Lake Zaii-Buk-'Giwes Piles Maritime'Magistrate's Case .TE M'ISK AM IN G. LI B Toronto. Dec. j Liiberais" today V i KoeDuck'. Icir.' tae. Yorkshire. Spen Valley'- Right Hon. Sir T. P. F. Kelly. Lih-j IN..PRUSSIA explo1-1 -County Of" lire-daitnp ,-I. j.lo'day kilie'd-4'ix minersv- Anrth: J. C.'-lt. '''Lard-.-i.' Mr. G: "E. Sanfwrdr oi TV eston. King's j I. N." S..-a Justice- of Deacon, of ..the, Bap- jiH-r, NationaliSi.; JM. AU-t District: Right Son. processor. at Cambridge .since is aeaci. tist Chnreiv-HvBerwiute; s.-vrs: "I have used Zam-Buk ami found'at splendid remedy.' It cured, me." i Mr. ThpTuas Pearson, of Prince'Al- bert writeSr 'T inust thank' jyou "fov" the "benefit T--have received-] a from'the Last sum-j 1R me- I had a fever which left, me with- 1 startetl.tO'.--se Zam-Buk and1 m Asthma CatarrK with horses and cutter. piles. does the .work most effectively withon; irrttattng the bowels or causing; any discomfort. The children like them for taste like candy. One oi the rr.ost popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations. 2Sc. e box. If your drucrist hssnotyetstodwdthotn, znni rniilthem, 20 Dras and Company of Caacaa. UmlJed, Calgary, Dec. impossible 1__ to proceed with the trial of T. Robertson-.-wlio has confessed murder of "Tucker at owing: to the lack of necossary tesUmony and thft r-rovincial oiogist. has gone to Oko tous to get more complete evidence and the prisoner' v.-as remanded until his return. vrkh After using.'hvcc ov four box- es, it effected a complete cure-." r The passing away of August .Bryce, .01 22-> .James is like losms: old latid-niark. I-le fUori las-t "night X'S; A-il-i-i. A Af "zaip-3uk" wHl also be found a sure! a' the Gal', Tfospiial and, with Ins j. 4 A 4 A euro for cold sores; chapped hands passing is closed an iistcpEstiTis cbiipr t frostbite ulcers, eczema, blood-poison-; trr in Jho early history POSTAGE U sores. rinfrworni'-i'IU1 came lo this part, .ONE CENT LETTER -varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm biJI" for ,tne a 3- cen'r letter postage was intro- duced in .today by Representative Sberrod., i'lre at the Balmoral Cafe, Montreal'1 i caused damage. rphto, up6n''receipT, of thousands, ttpri he -rr- Ai vriirneQ-.'agaiJist.. imilations'counted some very irvteri-stiug-e.Myj-a'v Ti.and of those early Jays. j on.-evei-y-: Two sicp-f-ona survive Kaderick 587S A simple, wfe OTid craetiTa trcatsientfcr trou- chial aoablei. withoat tho eloanach Usad witii soceess for thirty yaars. Tho rendered stronftrl? nntiscjac. inrpired Tfith every breath, the sqro throat. atops Soai cs poattl for dcaeripbro booklet. ALL DRUGGISTS SIO nti- wptic f or tha irrita ted throos. They ar-tf ahnp-s, wad nncseptic, Of ioor drcmrirt or. Vapa Crecdsne Co, XJtffilas MONTREAL ;