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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiirdav, November 5.1010. THE LETHBBIBGE DAILY HERALD Champion Demonstrates For Two Days No Baking Powder or Powdered Jellies, no Corset Models, no IPirik Teas, rip 5 O'clocks, no Blue Labels or Red Feather Brands, no Toilet Paper or elry Prices You Can't JL--- _ ;J S q Wright will be Squeezed Hard ill Mon 10 only Clocks-- Wall Clocks, Mantle and Price, Monday Tuesday i V n's Solid Links and values- 14k Gold Crescents values 14k Sunbursts S6J5 peSJ' Scarf .95 Values "'Monday andTuesdayonly Beauty Pins. 98C a Pair Himdrecls of tliem and values. Solid Gold Sash Pins regularly f 10.00 Sold Everywhere 17 Jewelled Elgin movements-gold filled case, Montgomery patent dial, siie 18, Monday and Tuesday idtfs Genuine Alligator Hand Worth to A large assortment Monday and Tuesday Card 49e V 7pc and values Alarm Monday and Tuesday 100 Leather Values up to and V" Regular and S.50 Special Te Al pieces and Champion's 7 piece Punch Setts, Reg: for: 8 inch Berry Bowls sold at for Reg. Decanters, Mon. and Tues. Regular Water Bottles for Cream and Sugar Setts, Reg. for Tumblers, half dozen instead of Monday and Tuesday-Champion SWEEJ-VALLEY NEWS Joe Eskiland and Jamily moved to their place Opirc last Wednesday for tlw Jerry Rickett lost one of his two- "year-old' colts this week." Bertha Shirley came out from Lethr bridge Friday in an auto. Paul Mosk-r and Roy Paulson re- turne.d from Barons where they have been 'plowing. Mr. Dobson came out from Lcth- bridge with' lumber to build on his homestead. Jake Rickett, son and Herbert Buftys anrl Pearl Paulson, -were call- ers at Jay Rickctts Sunday. Guy -Paulson was a visitor of Jack Lc-nord last. Sun day. Sweat. Valley Js" talking o! getting up an orchestra. Jay Rictcit. will give a dance in the nt-ar'future. Paulson J3ros. are engaged to do some plowing Tor Fettcrly. Gordon Elliot came home Tuesday. He has been working in the hills. lie had the misfortune of getting his ankle hurt while hauling logs. The team ran away, he got his foot caught in the is not heal-'! f A UTTf1 ing satisfactorily. He intends to takt> fl i jIf K fl WII a trip to Lethbridge to sec a doctor, j Conner an-d 'Sidney Beckitt, j who' were visiting in the States re- turned home last -week-. Will McPherson returned lo his homcsiead from Xanton this week. H. Dinty is for C." Koch this ween. CANDIDATES LAD GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Quebec, Nov. 5. Wilfred LaPrise was found guilty yesterday afternoon of manslaughter and sentenced to five years in reformatory. H-e is onlv thirteen years oW. but and killed .the ten old son of F. .Lang Joi.s. M.P.P. for St. Auvevrc. His brother and -rather lad named Blouin who were tric-d with him were ac- quitted. i Several -Names Mentioned I But None Announced Definitely Dr. Rusk. T. S. TvIcKenzie, Alvin Riplcy, A H. McKeown and Jamps Fiskc are some of the new names 2je- I ing mentioned on the streets during the last- few days quite freely as pos- siblc candidates for municipal hon- the forthcoming elections. Sp- Tar. however, there are no defi- nitc candidates other Than those who have been spokrn of before, nawel" Aid Kinc. S. W. Tuckwell, -las. Ash- icroft, Aid.'Hatch. Aid. Bowman and '.A- Tilby are still undecided as to whether'.or not ihey will rim for ald- erman ic seats'.- j the names being talked aSout, T. S.' McKcn'zie and Alvin Rip j'ley. have detinit-ely negatived the idea j as far as" they'-arc concerned. Dr. j Rusk has. not. hec-n seen. A. H. Mc- j Keown admits the matter has been j broached to him several times, hut I tfoybts if he could spare the i from his business that an aldcrmanic I job now rt'ijuin's. He has not yet f made up Ins one way_ or the j {other. Fiske, is known to have j some aldernianic ambitions, but will I j not admit that he is likely to be de-' finitely in the field. j T. S. McKenxie was bein- spoken o a few days ago as a. possible candi-J __ date for mayor, but to t-h? Herald; flatly denied "that he would be a can-! didate. "I have no intention what- Aliei cltiullo ever of running either for the may- or's chair or a scat on the he said, "let some of the younger ones have it." CHANGES IN THE CITY OFFICES The Principle of Recall Be 3 Facilitate Public Business (Spokesman Review) The principle of recall seems to] stand in good stead at Seattle. Mayor uill is considered responsible for the. of vies '.hers. Rnough voters have the petition for an elec- tion to remove him to enable it to be j j held, if it were not in the power ofj i the citizens to recall him from office, j tne city would have had to endure his presence in office for the full length of j his term. The recall is one of the means by which the people keep con-! i trpl of their government and servants, j _ i I jElectric Restorer for Men tn its propcr tcasion restores i vin> vitality. Premature decay and all sexual weakness averted at once. Fhwphonol will make vou c new nine.' Prkc S3 a bos. or two for J Mailed to any address, TheScotocll i Co.i 8t, A number of alterations are being made in the interior arrangements of the city offices. The city engineer's offices and the office of Supt. Reid and the other electrical inspector are being moved pnto the third floor, the room's hitherto occupied as bed rooms by several members ot the police1 force being taken over to accommodate them. The assessing department is being moved down from the third floor, into the office formerly occupied by Secretary-Treasurer Robinson, who moves into" the office used by the building inspector and city engineer's draftsmen who also RO upstairs to the third floor. The door entering Supt. Reid's old office will be.closr-d ?.nd a second wicket" placed there where tcr and sewer applications and mat- ters pertaining to' the assessment roll will be attended to. The citv en- gineer's office will be used as sten- ographer's room. A scat for those having to when ihc wickets are crowded, will be .supplied; and a desk between5 the .two wickets for the pub- lic to write cheques upon and so forth; The public will have accesl to the offices through only one telephone that in the mavorV office, from where private phones' and "buzzers" will be All business the public has with the city other than that trans- acted through the wickets in or- dinary way "will bave to be transact- ed through the mayor's office- LABOR Something Wrong I ('Edmonton-Bulletin) j The owner "and driver of an auto- I mobile wblclT'ra'n'''down an-d killed "a j woman, in Montreal were sentenced' to six months in' jail. The sentence looks peculiar. 'If the' "occurrence -were merely an. accident -toe unfortunate agents should hardly be sent to prison. 1[ they, were running six montns' imprisonment is not pro- portioned to the severe enough to strike much terror into other "scorchers." CORONATION Melbourne. Nov. ins the protests of the Labor League the ministerial Labor Party in. the. parliament of Australia is determined i to accept the British .governments in. vitation to stud a delegation to the coronation. It is believed that the! presence of eleven Australian Labor- i ites in London at that time will be of immense advantage to the entire labor movement. Capt. Henry W. Shepherd, one of the oldest .navigators, of the lakes, died at Montreal, The four-year-old daughter of Police Constable W. Holmes was siricken with im'anti> paralysis at Now Mar- ket. Sold by Cross Soon Store ;