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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday; November 4, isnu. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ire fun in SAVING MONEY? The opportunity is here We are located in our new store and to introduce our new stock, are putting on an opening sale. Now is the time to buy Genfs Sole opens To-Morrow Saturday, and lasts 14 Here are just a few suggestions FOR 14 DAYS WE WILL OFFER YOU RIG BARGAIN'S IN SHOES Doctors Anti-Septic.Shoes, black or tiji-n, fine box calf leather, lined throughout, double sewn. These shoes are known to be sold' at Special price QQ Fine Velour Dress Shoes. Reg. Special............. Fine Gun Metal Dress Shoes. Reg. Special ............S3.50 Extra Fine Dress Shoes, made on the latest last: reinforced shank with copper rivets; hand sewn. Reg. Special...........S4.00 Men's Felt Slippers, leather soles. Reg. Special 80c Other lines too numerous to mention at special prices Felt price as in Eaton catalogue. SHEEP LINED COATS We have bought too many of these and will clear at cost and below. H. B. Iv. Corduroy Slieep Lined Wombat collar, pockets reinforced Avith leather. Regular-. For QQ. H. E. IL Canvas Sheep Lined Coat with heavy she.ep collar. Usual Canvas Sheep Lined.Long Ulsters, pockets reinforced with for Corduroy VSheep.lined 1 fff m Eleeqe Suits .1 Pure Wool Underwear, _ ODI> and 13.50 At ._.. Other odd lines of .pants to clear..... At..............-.. SUITS Heavy Worsted Suits, attractive patterns: all the and shades. Usual for Usual for 1.1 Usual for Usual for OVERCOATS English Black Beaver Cloth, heavy quilted linings, with .German otter collars and revers. Sold all over at To advertise our new store we will put them on sale ar One special line of black beaver cloth overcoat, silk velvet collar. Usual price 0Q Heavy Scotch Tweed Ulster. Usual -Si 1.50 Better 816.50........For ft "Eh 4tv a. tLfl Good Driving Coats, black and brown cub bear skin.' Usual T? Z "__ 1. r m A s33 M W Coat Sweaters .................From U5, Mitts and Gloves....................At prices that can't be beaten j King of the Eoad Overalls. Usual for ___............ 7gg I heavy winter caps from m> I 0 j "r j -Pure vv ool heavy box. at per pan-........................_ H GOODMAN Beside Royal Bant Redpath street Two trunks full of partridge, about. birds, were seized at the C. P. R. j station in Ottawa. It was believed tue senders of the birds .broke the On- tario law. The birds were sent to caantable institutions. MARKETS You Get PURE CREAM On In everything 'HERE Come in and see the difference Ellis Murphy ICE FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg. Xov. opened SS ranged from to whiic- j yesterday auernoon one bunch of jcncice stee-s averaging noo pounds sold for S-i.OO per cwt. Feeders were TRACED FAR FOR MEDAL %7 closed S closed Dec. opened STH, also "tlie on May opened 92, closed Psr cash close 1 Nor. 2 Nor. j Jorit-v S' o Nor. 3 white oats the ma a1, a considerably N. W. Flax 2.42, Calves were a rritie lower tiiis ;ornijig, 'being from to S4.0? iciiolce hogs were lirm and sold for Heroic Deed of Seven Years Ago Is Rewarded Tucson. Ariz., Nov. P. .McCoy a clerk in ;iie auditor's office of the bouinern Pacific railway, nas been n Carnegie medal and a prize i'or saving a workman's life Lsk or his seven years apo s then a elerlr MAYOR ADAMS Will RUN AGIAN Makes Definite Statement as to His Candi- dature -Mayor Adams said to the Herald tttlg morning that It miglit state de- finitely that he will be a candidate for re-election, to" another terra. He is leaving la course of a week or two on a short trip to Ontario, but -before Qe goes win submit to tne people a report of the work done -by the coun- cil! tills year aa-d an outline of wiiat be thinks should be done next. PARLIAMENT OF SOUTH AFRICA Opened With Dignified Ceremony-Large Crowds Capetown, S. A.. Nov. Roy-j al Standard and the Union -Jack o[ Great Britain flew from the of the assembly here this morning iu token of the fact that the day desig- nated for the assembling of the first parliament of the South African Un- ion hail arrived. Large crowds be- j gan to assemble in early j in the -forenoon and long before tbs j hour fixed for the opening ceremonv j 'tSfbusantis of persons were massed j about the' entrance. to the legislative hall. Opening ceremonies were con- ducted with dignified impressivencss jnixed with a certain- amount of gla- mor and splendor.. The presence oE the puke of Connaught rrxrcsi-ntins; Kins' George, addocTinuch to the pub- lic interest in thei-occasion. Miss Mather, of Priceville. had her leg broken in several places in a lev- el crossing accident. Henry Meadows was appointed building and niumbing inspector of Windsor. COMMENTS ON THE ELECTIONS QUAKER BREAD Healthful and Nutritious our Salesmen Or your Grocer GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. MIMHsv North .Ward. We Want only Satisfied Users of Blue R-ilVbon Tea. Thousands are drinking it today and we have never heard-of one dis- satisfied customer. That is the best test. You too be delighted Eib- but. if not. your grocer will at once re- fund vour money. BRITISH SAILORS FIGHT IN PERSIA TrooMe in Great Britain's Sphere of Influence on the Gulf-Nations Object Teheran. Persia, Nov. between Great Britain and Persia is indicated .by lu-spaTciies from Tingan. in Laristand, on the Gulf of Persia and alarmists heu: say that the Brit- ish invasion of this countrv has he- Toronto, Nov. -1 Giubc (Lib- 1 says the election of Mr. Gil- bert means thai Uie Bourassa propa- j ganda has' made more progress than ''had been imagined and the most vig- orous steps must be taitcn towards .putting the actual condition as to naval defence before the electorate all over the, province. i The continues: "The NatioK- 1 aiists-Conservative.Ultramontaine co- alition has won a victory that will in the end prove to be its undoing. Its un-defensible position is that of the Conservatives who in their eager- ness to uid Mr. Bourassa's candidate have gone to lengths in causing hai- red oi Great Britain that will shock the country when fully disclosed. The Mail and Empire (Conserva-________________________________________________________________ tive) hails the result us a case of re-i. iribntive justice, Sir Wilfrid uie --vrthabascaville m Hign taxation and -wasteful expendi- i having bc-cn, it declares, the founder i the province of Quebec yesterday: ture aggravated in cases Jby graft do or the Nationalist principle. The pa- against the Canadian navy, is a dial- not train public respect for those who u'.lhc. Englishing people j are. responsible, however much a few that the prestige of Sir Wilfrid -inj01 lnat niust heed. It; beneticianes mav rejoice in them'. Quebec, is shaken. It means that the! is one1 other manifestation of that j They are what chiefly mark the Laur- policy Of the government is movefflenl amone the i administration. The result, of the not satUf-iCtorr in T- i j- i i election will be It will make lit'L iUJiic JL.I LJ v uji i-O mp'ant; rnArf ,-t l.'AUtlUJAllN (.Dill tUCdllo m ranrl tiie adverse sentiment ivhicji the nav-' "oin ana tneir toiiouers un- was landed at Lingan, in Laristand, several days ago, for the purpose oj maintaining and preserving the British sphere of influeno additional force was landed to-day and according to the reports it was" at- tacked by Persians. A pitched battle resulted, in which the commander of the Prospering and. several sailors were wounded. In some quarters steps taken by Great Britain, it re- garded as part -of a well-denned pro- gramme arranged between that coun- try and Russia tor possession of Per- sia. It is understood that Germany, Austria and France are opposed to the action of Great Britain and there; gun. The story is that a force of I is a possibility that they may enter. marines from the cruiser Prosperine a formal protest. ui Chicago. lower Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Xov. today j while heavier ones broueni Ul ciiiraco at stock yards included 1246 cattle, spite of tiiis strength jces. He went down'into a vvli Hlie- bulls, 41 calves, 37G hogs and 20 sneep. nowftver dealers are quoting The stock yards were again crowded next week. to the utmost this morning and large i _______________ [quantities of through'stock were be-; PERMITS TO SUILD jing fed and watered. About 65 car-; _____ loads are expected to arrive in the yards before three o'clock this after- noon and about the same cumber are in sight i'or tomorrow morning's mar- tterberi residence. J. Brown, 52400 U'm. Williams. North residence, 52400. W. D. L. Bardie, Fifth Avenue S, with ga? re bring up workman, i I fte got. to top he topplc-'l' !ov-2r aiii: reasneitated with Giiii-jl'-' jcuiry. Tiie Carnegie commission trsc Jed McCoy from Chicago 10 Lordsburj.1 Ninth avenue S., '-I-', tiience through Los Francisco. Portland. i Avenue S., Honoluiu. and back ro Tucson. a.! .scheme has evoked. that in a general election the fiom the government all over t-hepio-; vincc.wotild be so gn.-at as to make; its defeat certain and a religament of; parlies imperative." j Border's Opinion j Ottawa, N7ov. 4 bye-.'.'-irclion. R L Bordcn said: "Tht. result is nol surprising Laurier, the. leader o' the opposition in has! defeated -Sir Wilfrid Laurier, tie prime minister of 1310 The Nation- alists in Drummond ar.d Arthabascu used exactly tne same arguments, prof ciaimeri same policy an-d cxercis- eii the same strategy t-hiit Laurier himself uted in J88H .ind for many years before in the province of Que- hoc. The master has be-cr; beaten by [his pwr. disciples and his own i teachings. The pupils lea rued their j lessor, too well and refused tc forget I ir There- is a homely English pfo- j verb thai chirkens always come home movement that for for Bourassa declared the position 10 be that the country would not he commuted to- a naval policy till people had been consulted. There was nothing in the government's general record to create enthusiasm for it. iderstand that henceforth the cry that they are for Laurir.r will not be ac- ceptetl as a reply to proper criticism of miiilvtc-rial conduct an-d for this reason asunder with Laur- own powder of Lauriers solid Quebec will be a Kooti thing." Tin's has never been better! in a. politicai sense than! from ket. The quality of the stock offered Tvas on the poor side ana j residence, I the was about 2o certts rveak-j Hex v-irtue, Fourrh for oli classes, except choice quai- aence, ity in each gradv. avenue, resi- Tiie s tie 'f I'nos. Hid; stock this morn north, dwelling, Twenty-t'irsi Si reel Toronto, Nov. 4 and Em- pire's Ottawa special says: "That the j result in Drummoiia and Arthabasca is a severe blow io the Laurier gov- adniitrcd on all sides and _______________ i her-.- Toniffht. Xever iias such inierest beer, manifested-in a ore-elect ion. the The oldest shot, tower in the world i 'otilletir; boards being 'surrounded nv William made in Bristol. 2arse crowds every hour this e.vcninp. Knirland, in by sawinir a hole in j liberal politicians, including cabinet. fbe centre of the floors of a" and I admit Themselves frankly building a weli in the cellar, instil! JarnaX'ed and disconccncd. j v-nallenec issiir-d. j The Toronto World says: vote- Gives the Best Light at Any Price When you pay more than the Rayo price for a lamp, you are paying for extra decorations that cannot add to the quality of the light. You can't pay for a better light, because there is none. An oil light has the least effect on the human eye, and the Rayo Lamp is the best oi! lamp made, though low in price. You can or for some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unflickering light of the low- priced Rayo. Kas a strong, durable shade-holder. This sea- son's burner adds to the strength and appearance. Made of solid brais, nickeled, and easily polished, Once a Rayo User, Always One Dealers If r.of a xrittfor descriptive m ;