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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. December fl Across The Park 113--7thSt.S. Every Every profit. suit at makers' cost. Overcoat stripped of All shoes atmakers'prices. Trunks, valises vgrips, bags at cost. MEN sox? neckwear, overcoats, suits braces pants, overalls, this unloading sale at the price you would pay were you in business. Sam Sadowski's Clothing Stock Must -be Sold Men's Stock Down and Out of the Store by Jan. 1st, 1911 TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, 15 The Evely Sales Company, of Calgary and Vancouv ei% have received instructions from Sam Sadowski, pro- prietor of The Lethbrulge Clothing Store. 113 7th St. South, Lethbricige, just across tke park, on the way to the G. P. K. Station, to close out the entire stock--as the present building is condemned, and Sadowski has no place to go. A REVELATION--THE WHOLE STOCK SACRIFICED Did you ever read like this 1 We have never seen the like before. There Avoirt be a worth of stock in our store by the end of December. Out goes the stock at once. These prices will fill tlie store from mom till night. 200 doz. Men's Working Shirts, up from........___...........25c 125 doz. Men's Pen-Angle .Under- wear, per garmentaip from .40c 100 Men's Woollen Sweaters.- up from Woollen Underwear, best grade, a -65c 30 doz. Men's Pants, reg. and now for and Tweed Suits, reg. and slaughtered at 15 nice latest style worsted" suits. reg. now Also iit big Suits, reg. to be slaughtered at A big assortment of Mitts and Glov- se, lined and imlined. to be slaughtered at up from......5c Reg. for Beg. for Reg. for......... Other lilies very strong working shoes and men's fine shoes going at 500 Neckties, 50c values. Price.............15c 1.000 Meivs Sox, values to 50c See Our Windows They tell of values simply phenomenal and every of- fering is bona fide want- able and absolutely reliable. Watch them every day, they index the wonderful values of the sales offering's. Felt Shoes lor men, wholesale prices. Every counter a bargain coun- ter. Look For The Yellow Sign 100 reg. and shirts, all sizes, 3 for TRUNKS' Our entire stock of trunks and va- lises to clear at Manufacturers' cost, BLANKETS Sixty pairs of heavy woollen 6. 7. 8. 9 Ibs., up from SHEEP LINED COATS Only 20 10.00 val- Res; o Reg. Re9- long sheep lined coat wom- bat collar, at slaughter prices. Look for the Yellow Signs of Distress Just across the park--113-7th Street South ..FAMOUS OLD TIMER IS DEAD Pat Burns and J. .J. Hill Were Once In His i Employ Prairie, Dec. JM. Heatn, one of the most famous old -Tuners of Manitoba, died at his home Here on Island Park farm last night alter a short illness. He was seventy years oi age and leaves a sou and daughter and two brothers. He came to this country when he was 17 years cf age, and for several years worked tor the Hudson Bay Co. He -thea started in business for himself as a river freighter and at this time Jsraes J. Hill, of the Great Northern Railway, and r-at Burns of Calgary were both an Ms employ. Many interesting stor- ies are told of Mm during the early pioneer days. A Liberal Offer We Guarantee to Cure Dyspepsia. We Fail the Medicine Costs t Nothing To unquestionably prove to people that indigestion and dyspepsia can be permanently relieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this result, we will furnish 'the medicine absolutely free ii it fails to give satisfaction, to anyone using the it. The remarkable success of MAY PROTEST ELECTION OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES J. E Candidate for Office and Was Poll Clerk .Abo-Ritchie Not Anxious to Protest Three Elected Members May be Concerned in Action That the threats made ever since nomination day by supporters of Jas. Ritchie that if J. H. Fleetwood offi- ciated in any capacity at any of the polls and was elected to a seat on the board of school trustees that they would contest his election may mater- ialize is the latest after-election, de- velopment. S. "W. Tuckwell, who was defeated as a candidate for ihe city appears to be the prime mover in the matter and says that he has the la- bor men behind him. With J. M. Ritch- ie, who was the defeated school -trus- tee candidate, Mr. Tuckwell' went to the secretary-treasurer's office last evening and told Secretary-Treasurer Robinson that the election was going to be protested. Mr. Robinson says talk about protesting not only the election of Mr. Fleetw-ood but of the other two elected members, Messrs. Galbraith and Austin, as well with a view, should the protest be sustained, of having a new school board elec- tion and the putting up of a straight labor slate. Was Pol! Clerk Mr. Fleetwood acted as poll clerk on Monday at the city hall poll. In the "Appointment of a Returning Of- ficer" by-law before the council last month he was named as a deputy re- turning officer. Aid. King and Sage objected strenuously to the stand on the ground that it would endanger Mr. Fleetwood's seat should he be elected and another name was sub- stituted. Returning Officer Robinson says he swore Mr. Fleetwood in as poll Detective Eg an Lands Resmiar Seller o f .Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high i yjus lo The Herald: Personally he he tolu T.uckwell that he had better {clerk as he is not empowered to en- engage a lawyer and would have to j gage other than civic employees at the deposit ?25 with the court. Tuckwell says this will be done. Mr. Ritchie expressed his position skill used in de- vising1 their formula as well as to the election although he has always main- is not very keen about protesting the care exercised in their manufacture, whereby the well known properties of j that it was decidedly wrong for Fleetwood to officiate in any ca- _ Bismizta-Subnitrate and Pepsin have j pacity at tie polls when he himself been, combined with Carminatives and j is a polls on election days and there was no other official or employee but Mr. Fleetwood who was available. Will be Put Out? The whole matter is causing con- siderable excitement around the city and there is much speculation as to whether or not the invalidation of Mr. Fleetwood's election will TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Convenient to Union Station and only a short distance from the theatres and shop- ping districts. American and European Plans. American day asd up. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS is the time to Jbav e your BEST ITLMS ENLAEOED FOE XMAS PRESENTS. The British Colonial Photographic SHEELOCK BLDG-. KRIEirr acd MACK Ci Iste of Proprietors (0) COUNTING DP THE PL! Ouier agents. Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin are constantly employed and recognized by the entire medical profession as in- valuable in the treatment of indiges- tion and dyspepsia. The used in Rexall Dyspep- sia Tablets is prepared by a process which develops its greatest efficiency. Pepsin supplies to the digestive ap- paratus one of the most important elements of the digestive fluid, and without it the digestion and assimil- ation of food are impossible. The possess proper- ties which aid in relieving the dis- turbances and pain caused by undi- gested food. This perfect combination of these ingredients makes a remedy :invaluable for the complete .relief of indigestion and dyspepsia. We arc so certain of this that we if his supporters wish to enter a pro- test he will back them up by doing his part. Protest Whole Three S. Tuck-well is giving out someJ t However, i his eiec ion only, or all three or even the municipal election as well. Lawyers asked for an opinion on the matter this afternoon, decline to be quoted without having time to look into the matter. PINCHER CREEK MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS" Pincher Creek. Dec. 13. The result of tne municipal elections here on Monday gives general satisfaction to me ratepayers. Two men in the persons of experienced Councillors Kettles and Schofield were fortunate- ly returned to again occupy places on j Secretary-Treasurer Robinson this morning commenced checking up the i commission form of government plcbi- scite taken through the mails a few 'weeks ago. About four hundred of ttts ballots 'sent out were returned filled out. In addition to the oi the 'ballots, marginal comments are plen- i tiful, and in more than o'n-3 instance I A tail thin repulsive looking- China- i man, who gave bis name simply as vvong, was up in-the police court this morning on the- charge of having i crude -orjium in his possession for sale jcontrarv Jaws of Canada. Not KnovriBg muc-h 'English, "Shorty" the Chinaman, wiso does most of the in- terpreting and solortn for the city poiice, was sworn in an interpreter.' The court was about to proceed with ]tne business of swearing Wong, by! j cracking the saucer, writing the j names of nis ancestors on a piece of i paper and burning it or some other tedious means, when John J. Cameron, who said he appeared for the defence, i spoke up and said all that could be: dispensed with, as Wong was going to plead guilty. The caarge was then j read over to Wong, through the mod- j lum oi and the plea of-' guilty was entered. -Mr. Cameron ask-i ed Magistrate Ball, before" fixing sen-i j ter.ee, to take into consideration that xvong was unaware that he making an evasion of the law in and to saake the fine the minimum. His consequently ''Used fins at 550, the minimum' allowed, and ordered the seven littie jeans of opiuin i'cuad in Wong's pos- session confiscated. The fine was young wire (nee Miss Mary M, Bu- cban) are decidedly popular in thf> ____ ___ ........_ ....._ community and have hosts of ballots arc accompanied by one for their future happiness. Beaver Creek is attracting a good deal of attention from this quarter The T. Lebel Co. of this place arf Having a branch store built there, 1.0 he opened in the spring. Other rue board, while an introduction of ness firms are talking of making sim- blood comes to the front in the person of Councillor Watson. Pincher Ureek had an exceedingly good conn- urge you .to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab-, cil last year, comprised of thoughtful lets on our own personal guarantee, j and men. The same may cas- Three sizes, 25 cents, 50'cents and j jjy foe said of the lull board. Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies only Rexall Store, J. D. HiginbothaiQ cial Agents- Co., Ltd., Spe- Fred Lindsay and bricio returned to town the other day after a. honeymoon trip to Spokane. Mr. Lindsay and his lar arrangements.- I or more sheets of foolscap elaborat- i ing the Voters1 virws on the qucs- jtion. About one hundred and fifty of j the ballots sent out from the city of- jfices were returned from the post, of- jfi.cc undelivered or uncalled for. Sec- retary-treas-urer Robinson says that giving all tire time he can spare from routine work it will take about a week to tabulate the answers. Among the visitors from over the iinc is C. F. Spencer, of Great Falls, Mont quickly coughs, cures colds, heal; The throat mul lunss. LOCAL BUDGET F. J. Rowley, is in the city for a few days, from Clarcsholm. R. H. Owen, of Minneapolis, vice- president oi -the O. W. Kerr Co.. is in town today. A. CVior, the well known contract- or of Cardstoa. is in the city. m Say 5ALADA and you are sure of fresh tea. "SALADA" shipments from plantations every five weeks. One pound makes 200 cups. paid. Asked -by the Herald what was aoout the value of the tins of opium. the interpreter, said in Win- nipeg they are worth about each, .and in Lethbridse probably al- though, for some reason or other the price has Deen. coming down of late. At per tin the value of the opium confiscated is' ?105. The tins were turned 'over to the customs officers, and will probably' be sold by the cus- toms department for medicinal pur- poses. Amusing Capture Wong is clearly an opium peddler, that is, he travels around from to town, delivering opium to the dif- ferent Chinese communities. The way he was caught by Detective Sergeant was somewhat amusing. Egan at tne depot last night when the train from the west came in. got on the train carrying a lit- tle grip. "What you got in that grip, asked Egan. ".Me got nothing. Not my grip. Man give it me. Me go home, me go excitedly replied Mr. China- man, and could tell by his man- ner J3.e iiiid got something he should-1 n't have, probably opium, so started to investigate further. The Chinaman tried every means to get away, and Wgan was compelled to throw him on his back to hold him. Wong then re- fused to get up off the ground, and it was not until Sergt. Silliker appear-' cd on the scene that he was got to the police station. After examining the grip in which the expected opium was round, Wong became very excited again. "Me know nothing, me know- nothing." ne almost, screamed. "Man give me that in Cayley, ask me bring! to Lethbritige. I kill him, I kill him." Ninety-rive dollars in cash was also! round on Wong, out of which he this-I morning paid his 1'ine. j At last a remedy has been discov- ered that will positively destroy this pesL That Dandruff is caused- by germs is accepted by every sensible person. Dandruff is the root of all hair evils SALYIA will kill the dandrufJ genns and remove Dandruff in ten days, or' money back. 50c a bottle. Alberta Drug Book Co. SELL SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS BY AUCTION The two lets in Block IS on Fifth street south, on which stands the Sal- vation Army citadel, together with the citadel, is to be sold by public auction on Thursday, Dec. 22, at four o'clock by Messrs. F. G. Waddlngton Co., The property, which, is directly be- tween the Startand theatre and the Alberta block on the west side oi Jm'th (Hound) street, is one of the best business properties in the city. is tha root of many forms of sickness and of an endless amount of human misery. Dar. Mouse's I radian LOCAL BUDGET R. Henderson, of Puicucr Creek, wns in Lr.thbridgf yesterday. E. A. Lillcy, of Calgary, is adjust- ing a loss foi' the Protector Under- writers, at the Standard Garage. Mrs. J. M. Steel, of Pinrhcr Creek, is visiting in Lethhridgc for a few thoroughly tested by over fifty years of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and all kindred troubles. Try them. 4 25c. a box. ;