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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December -EVERY CUSTOMER who attends.this.sale, wiU..surely send fifty -nothing is more potent than werd-of-iiiouth ailvejrtising, and in these times it is only natural for ev- erybody to study economy -BUY The unmerciful sacrifice of Line's Hardware Stock continues until Dec 24th.- Incomparable values at 500 STEP LADDERS Faultless Step >l-i'f. ladders 5-ft: ladders now'...____..... "i 6-ft.- ladders now-.........." ladders now This Great Sale is for The People 1, fc case in respect to tenrin- members in e0od standing in that al elevators was concluded ,He read a. memorial strone i Chilled Meat Industrv Ayrshire. South: Beale, Liberal Alclntyre, Unionist, GS35. Un' pi all Canada and Sir Wilfrid Laur ier and the members -of his cabinet saw its consummation this niorninc province. read'a memorial 'strong Chilled Meat Industrv to jerminali Mr. McCuai- read the resolution SMS inoint tlC -stand-.I) W. tVaraer, the rte.eonclusfon of Mr. GreenV AlbWla' ;o read thfi Mr. k-Cuaig rose resolution urging the rr0vcrnment con-' await the coming of the premier ami but the Retail Mer- his ministers. It had been proposed P Assopation. did not muster to march to "The Hill" in proccs- ,Lllc memhers the delegates. Un- .but the plan fell through and lhe thcrr ui. Mr. Green's address, JJr. Chisholm, Conservative member for East Huron, stated hL. concludeil. He called upon R. C Henderson, of-Culross, Alia, to read the memorial. The reading 'of the t.- the 'tice in .price and ards of American and aid to sion. but the plan fell through delegates arrived: in groups. B undertaker, Of the burial. The Citizens Band will attend. The late Frank Sexton has been a Of thc Mounted forcc ior eighteen and a half most oi wnich time he has spent in "K" Division. He had only One and a half ji-ars to s.'-rvp bfioro ho wouid have becomr ectitlcd to a pension. He was j one of Ihe most popular members the ha? has rvor hiVi, it is sa'i.1; oijnrr. ;hat there is not a man On or i ;on (he force who can sny he ci'er had i .0 cross word with "Old" Sex" as he! ,was lamiliarlr known, or who him nnrrry. He T.T.S equally pop- all the civilians who" were with him, particularly along the interna- in the neighborhood "-Jver. Pond D'Oreiilc, and >viir, _Lorsc. on which detachments he stationed. K'e served jn :ne South African war, going out with the first Canadian contingent and again, with the last. His relatives in EnMano r- i m his young days Sergt. Sexton was an indentured banker. Allen Smith, of this city, will the deceased's Falconer, Liberal, Unionist, 4397. Un- Tennant. Liberal, Campbell, Unionist, 5000. Un- Hertrordsfaire, HrwMn: Gregj Lib- eral, 3SKJJ; HlUier, Uaionist, 5231 TJn- cnangecf. Un- Cornwan. .Camborne: Acland, erai, 44iy; Coates. Unionist, 2325 changed. corJc, East: Donelan, Nationalist. O'Brien, Ind. Nationalist, 1834. It Pleases Women The mother, tae housewife, 109 wo- man m the are the best judges of a household salve and balrc Zam-Bulc suits judg- es. 'Have you yet tested write for free sample to Zam-Buk Co Toronto. Mrs. C. E. Salter, v. TVestmmster, B. 'C., writes: erai. 417B: Clarke, Unionist, 3745. Un- cnancea. Uncolnsflire, Stamford: Parkin Lib eral. -4206; Wlllougbby, Unionist. 4.- Uncnanged. Yorfcsnire, SWpton: Clough. Liber- af 6151: Koundell, Unionist, 6100. Un- Nortl1 Chatham rp B- C-, says: "i think Zam-Buk ls rie .very finest ointmert ever taken into a house. It is ?o handy and so good for everyday in- Junes and accidents, I never intend my house to be without i known remedy for piles ul u cers cold sores, chaps, Varicose sores 1 Avoid harmful imitations. We want your farm loans. Money j on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. Lathrop, Manager ;