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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Old Folks find years bring an increasing tendency to The corrective they need is Laxatives _ from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless. tablet1 at bed-time regulates the hovels perfectly. Increasing yen needed. Compounded, like sll the 125 K7A-DRU-CO pre- ,by expert chemists. Money bacV if not satisfactory. 25c. a box. If your druggist has net yet stocked them, send 25o. and we will mail them. NATIONAL. DRUG CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 22 BAD STORM ON ATLANTIC COAST New York. Nov. A storm of Friday. Novcinb cr 4, 1910. READY FOR ACTION New Orleans, Nov. The United I midwinter seventy struck, tin- Atlan- States gunboat Princeton, is lyins; at BISK Our Reputation and Mon- ey are Back of this Offer I01 a11 the used .ITALIAN MAN AND WIFE THREE MEN KILLED IN j OF KILLING CHILD WESTQN STANDPIPE; Hagersvilie, Ont., Nov. Ital- Weston, One., Xc-. men! Ian Sain Ponassa who was accused of! were instantly Jellied today at the new! "qussiag 'the death of his sick child fearer works at wlieii they fell; "severely wnipping it for crying injtrom the scuii'olaiag inside, the stand- night and disturbing- his rest, was pipe to hard concrete bottom. committed for trial. Ponassa's wifejeignty feet below. Ttie men who were Has been summoned on a charge i tailed are James McVay. storm was apparently-the .severest be tween Baltimore Vud Washington. Pennsylvania suffered from twelve inches of soggy snow. Five ships due at quarantine this have not yet reported. pied by "General" Jose Valladares, leader in revolt against the Dav- illa government. U is reported that Valladares 'yesterday insulted -tho You are no obliged .to us in any way whatever, ii you accept offer. Could anything be more fair to you? Is there any rea TIED UP RIVER TRAFFIC i of the i rev were Jjetroit. Nov. 4. The six hundred i 'palace is American consul at Amapala, George.son why hestitate to put j Schmuok. t-hrratening to shoot up claims to a practical test? j la.tier's residt-nce. Commander Havs j The most scientific common sense Princeton, sent word that to the; treatment is Rexall Orderlies which utll of holes. loot steamer Hotcher which grounded pronounced, gentle and pleasant in ac- tion, and particularly agreeable ia ev- against her ,of having criminally ne- glected the child. Hobert .McGregor and a Macedonian yesterday in the Detroit River at the, Kiln crossing, thereby tying up series 24 hours. new Halifax corporation is Scotia Car Worfcs, Limited, all traffic at thai point, was released A t.! ibis afternoon. The Hotcher is now M ova a capital of ery rob-ioca, (inconvenience whatever. Rexall e particularly good for chil- and delicate persons. We urge you to .try Rexall Order- lies at our risk. Two sizes, lOe and ,25c. Remember, you get Rexall Remedies in this community only at ,oar Rexall J. p. Higinbothani Co.. Limited. If Twelve, Fifteen or'Eighteen Dollars is your Suit Price, come here for the best Suit your money can buy. The ever increasing demand for Suits at this popular price has prompted us to offer .special Values in Suits at this price. Tkee and four button models -in tweeds, serges and worsteds, etc The tailoring, the cut and every detail of suit making is the best that workmen could I Fit-Reform Tall B' rj Prices Men's Heavy. Tweed Ulsters Special I.'..... Men's Blue and Black Beaver -A O Men's Fur-Lined Overcoats Our Special Men's Marmot Lined Coats Hade witli Persian Lamb and German Otter collar, Good quilted beaver shell. Prices...........'..............................; to Men's Natural Hat-Lined Overcoats Persian collar. Men's Natural Eat Lined Overcoats Otter collar. Special Men's Raccoon Overcoats Men's Fur Collars Prices to .315.00 Men's Fine Gloves In ITaTvnes. Dent and Perrin makes. Silk lined and wool lined. Dogskin, Mocha, Etc. to Stanfield's For Label ;ayy ........1............. Stanfield's in Fine Rib Prices to Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear Special Combinations in Wool and Cotton to Men's Coat Sweaters Prices to AT. G. K, and Clnett Coat Shirts to Sole Agents for The Geo. A. Slater "Invictus" Shoes. Prices to Leading Men's Clothiers, Lethbridge PREMIER BRIAND'S NEW GC .ERNMENT French Prime Minis t e r Reconstructs. His Cabinet Paris, Nov. M. Briand, has or- ganized the French Cabinet as follows Preirie.r and Minister of i Aristide Briand. Minister of Gir- a.rd. v Minister oi Foreign en -Piehon.- Minister of G-eneral Brun. Minister of Marines Boudc La- pierre. Minister of Public Instruction Maurice Faure. M-inister of M. Klotz. of -Commerce Jean Du- puiss.. Minister -of -.Agriculture Maurice Raynaud. Minister of M. Morel. Minister Ot" Louis Laffarre. Minister 0E Public M, Pureh, Under secretaries have been ed as follows Marine-r-M., Guisthaus; A0dre Fefevre. M. Noulens., Fine M. Dujardin-Besumels. M. Briaad sought to retain M. Mill- erand in the cabinet an account of his services in the direction 'of the rail- the minister of posts and telegraphs declined to aban don .the doctrine of compulsory arbi- DONALD McNAB NEW PRESIDENT Trades and Labor Council Places Former M.P.P. at its Head Bro. Donald McNab, -cx-M.PiP.. was last night elected president of the Trades Labor Council for the bal- ance of the present half year, ing a majority-of third of those, j present over Bro. Meikle, the other i candidate. j Last night's meeting was the last to be .presided over by Bro. S. W. Tuckwell, the retiring president and all kinds of nice things were said ibout him. He was publicly thanked or his. work on the council during the last three years in which time it vas pointed out he .has filled with ere dit every office it is possible to. hold rom number of committee, to re-s ording-secretary, secretary, vice-pro-! ident .and president. Bro. Heaton, of the Carpenters, was I lected delegate to thi Building' 'rartes Council, in place of Bro. i 'uckwell. In future th-o delegate will' for his .attendance at the Building Trades''Council, but fines1 riii. aiso. :be. inflicted for non-attend- nee. Bro- Heaton and Bro. McNab" vere both installed by the retiring resident. Prior to the meeting 'oi' the or n- cil the Retail Clerks' Protective As- sociation .was organized, a large num- ber of ale.clerks being present and practically every store in the city was represented" TiiR- Miner.? reported -an increase of! over fifty members, and it was. .stated by one of- the delegates from that j body that before the next meeting of the Trades' Council the Miners' local! would have a membership of over 400. .The matter of building a new -hall' was discussed. Owing to the rapid-' increase in the number of unions .in-, the city, tlie hall is" una'ble to ac- commodate them all with rooms in which to meet an-cl the buildina: of the new hall -will be proceeded with just as soon as possible. The chairman of the municipal-cam- paign committee reported that sever- al meetings had. been held and good work was being done in many tions. An endeavor will be made secure the use of the Majestic Thea- j ire for a big -meeting the night -pre- i ceding the elections. Various other; matters concluded' a most-: successful session. SURE SATISFACTION Follows- t.he pur- chase CHIT i Overcoats, Suits, and Underwear. Our gooffs are' the best in toYviuour prices the lowest and 1 want, you to call and see for; yourself that this is so. Men's Fall Overcoats to J24.- On sale Saturday -at to Men's JFall Suits prce to 124. On Sat- urday and Tuesday ilG STRIKE ANYDAY IN SPAIN until November eighth, when the new ministerial'.programme be read.- Paris, Nov. A despatch to the tration between companies and em- Petit Journal from Corber-e, near .-the ployces or, .agree to. jrcs'tricting. .the Spanish frontier, sal's, that .a. general unionization of public "servants. Of strike has been declared at Catalonia j the new cabinet ten., members have and will he proclaimed through ther never served in a ministerial capacity, whole -of -within a week. The' Parliament met and adjourned strike 'at Saragossa is rapidly spread- ing, but no have been re- Other despatches! to' thersame paper says that the government is" ex- ceedingly aiixious over situation., and that troops have been.'' 'rushed -to Barcelona ana Saragossa. jTaere is no .confirmation of. from other but a Madrid despatch. .an- nounces that King Alphonso has gone i to Cuidad Real, on a hunting .'trip trould be unlikely if serious trouble feared. REGINCTILL TAKElCTION Its Against Defamers of Fair Name as a City; Kegina, Nov. a full re-. 1 traction of the charges made "by ilr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright, of London. Ont., with respect to an alleged red light district in Regina, Mayor Will- iams has instructed the city solicitor to report as to whether or not an ac- tion would be for slander or defama- tion of -the city's character. In the event, of the solicitor advising that such action can be taken, failing the. of the charges, proceedings "will; it is sta-ted, be in due course in- srigated. U. S.' BATTLES HIPS ON THEIR WAY TO EUROPE Washington, D. Nov. of battleships in the Unit- ed States navy are-steaming eastward divisions of four on their way to England and France. Fleece tinea and Ribbed. Wool Underwear Regular 65c and 85c On sale .Saturday and Titesday'at r Heavy Wool Sox 20c a pair or 6 pairs for Heavy Duck Sheep- Lined Coats With lamb B.egular lor MEN'S. MAN'r [Next to the'''Eureka-Theatre. Street SMALL "EXPENDITURE TO MAKE IRISH HARBOR Nov. it is re- ported that wittt an' expenditure of "suitable, for trans-Atlantic snipping could be de- veloped in the harbor at this port. King George V. has accepted honor- ary membership in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Mass- achusetts. EP1DEMTC MEASLES IN CITY OF MONTREAL, .Montreal, Nov. than-one Hundred and thirty-five new cases of I measles reported by the health depart-. j ment, of the city have broken out last j i weeic. The Medical Health officer can not give a deiinite cause of the mark- ed increase. No deaths from typhoid I occurred .last -week, although twelve new cases were reported. j Last week's -Inrtn rate was a big one, j no less than 'three hundred and forty j two homes having been visited by the [industrious stork. This is the largest weekly birthrate of the year. ring. Faitti With Use Buying Public fe BIG POSTAL TRAFFIC WITH GREAT BRITAIN London, Nov. report of the Fostmaster-General shows that the weight of postcards and letters dis- patched, to Canada and Newfoundland in -the fiscal year ending in March last was pounds, while circulars, books, and newspapers weigh- led pounds, j Letters received weighed and second class matter 000. The number of parcels dispatch- was the. received niimbered The C. 0. system is rap- idly fostering trade'in small articles wittiin the Empire. One reason trhy 'TROGRESS BRAND" ClotHng keeps Its hold on the public, Is because it keeps its faith with the public. When a man sees the "PROGRESS BRAND" label ia Suit or Overcoat, he knows that he is going to get honest value for his money. The "PROGRESS BRAND" label has always stood for satisfaction. And it means more to-day than ever before. It is a guarantee of satisfaction. It is the guide clothes. It means fair play prices. Make this a for the "PROGRESS BRAND" trademark in every suit and overcoat you buy. When you find it, you will find honest clothes, honestly made, at honest prices. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY VINEBERG CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL. SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY 84 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBBIDGE ;