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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jjJaturday, November .5.1910. TUB JLETHBRIDSE, DAILY HERALD THAT is the name, and below is the trademark you are to lookfornext time you buy underwear. S26 in any garment witn that trademark will fit perfectly, will outwear ordinary underwear will :not shrink. Yet you pay nothing extra for this extra value; and you get our Guarantee of "money back if you. can fairly claim it" Made at Paris in Canada by EE-NMANS Limited.' 51, MORE BUFFALO Part of the Famous Con- rad Herd Secured by the Government Edmonton Nov. 4.-From the Con- Jad htad of .bison ar. Kaiispell Mon- tana, Howard Douglas, Dominion Com missiouer of Parks, has secured bv puiThase seventeen inagniiiceut of buffalo to add to-the Buffalo Park RUPTURE __ MR. A. CLAVEBIE IS COMING AGAIN He will be.in LETHBRJDGE, Castle Hotel. 011 Friday the nth .and Satur- day, the 12th., and In CALGARY, Queen Hotel-from Monday the nth to Friday the ISth. Ho.urs: p.m. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 to 9 S. ASSOCIABON ELECTED OFFICERS Md win meet next E. Michener, M.P. Red Deer; Presidents, Lieut, overnor Bulyea, Edmonton, Hon. W. Castling, caigai-y, and J. D HMn- _ herd at The ,ni see him' to go and uuiiaio Park, tt'ainwright The a inals will be shipped across the bor- t0 OU Nov- 10th- is ahvays news for the run- bv th! iSv pe rOBpad hefd' .foundefi us A- Ciaverie. u. Conrad of Kalis- ed Specialist from CUigarv; ge; Deer; A W Butrhirr Kdmonton; cupymg an entire...... _ arately. This purchase is a that the Conrad herd jby the late C. E. Conrad of iPell, is the only other lu-rd of bison j Privately owned in Montana beside that of Michael Pablo, which is lo in entirety the property Of j the Canadian government. The "seven- teen animals secured by Mr ALBERTA UNIVERSITY TO AID PROSPECTORS Prcs. fory Offers Edmonton Board of Trade to Undertake Assay of Min- erals for Prospectors in University Laboratory. Edmonton, Nov., a special the [Edmonton board'of trade Tuesday afternoon -the question of the estab- -hshment.-in the city of an assay "office -convenience of prospector was considered. The absence of such an office in .Edmonton has Jong been, a source of .inconvenience to men pros- pecting ;for minerals ..who -make Ed- inonton their point of supply and de- parture. In. order''that miners mar assayed it has been necessarv lo ship-samples, of ore to assay otfi-es staff, bu-t it is the, intention of the board of governors to establish in mineralogy next year. The members of -the executive com- jmittee were greatly.pleased at the of- ji'er of President Tory as it .provided [a splendid substitute'for'a public as- .say-office until' such time as the pro- has seen fit to es- -----one-third Of lati herd. f V.-ben Mr. Douglas was returning irom the iast round-up in Montana a lew weeks ago, he inspected the Con-) i rai.- herd at Kaiispell and opened up f 'tiations for the nt I J. trict to hear of the us ot.Mr A. Claverle. ed Specialist from Paris who the two year? that he has been in Canada, has already relieved and cur- ed so many unfortunate sufferers The name of Mr. A. and the unexcelled merit, and value of his Method of his marvellous xice-Prcaidents, Geo. S. Dingle, a. H. N. Stevens, Vermillion; D, John McVicar Ked Deer; Recording; Secretary, Wai-' ter Jordan, .Leth bridge; Treasurer A tushJng; Calgary; the advisory com" nmiee members, are as follows- purtmental superintendents: Element- ary, Mrs. Calgarr- Mrs. E. K. Hench, Medicine -n ous Pate -j Apparatus are too well known now in tlUU OpLDC'l negotiations for the purchase of part of the herd. The herd was found in exceptionally fine condition. ini- raacujatelr pure of blood, and singu- free from, aged and useless ani- AJJ. the members of the herd 'EW BIBLE USE the: most pertVct" phr- d'-muscles fn'und to, by 'in' good health and full vj-ror. u's arcjhejuost thoroughly donn .tne vaid j are quite as i-ame as ords while Uieir hiooi.1 Twice a year iiit' to the .'difficulty was reached through, an-offer made by President .Tory, of Alberta sniversity President Tory informed the, board Uat within the next couple of weeks the. university would have its labora-" lory, in such-shape as'to undertake as- say work and would be place its equipment at the disposal" of those ciesinng an assay of minerals. As yet a professor ;bf mineralogy has'not been appointed to the University teachin- ilirouffh- the -icnvn'of Kahspci] ;i. .-summer rnngc, and bison will' be 101: crossing with'the herd ut wncht.'-' one_ or several persons suffer- Who have Ciaverie, during his pre- .._g visits, health, safetv liance and salvation.. fe" The new visit from Mr for'aji1 ihA ruptured, to.grasp ..without, hesitation? Jt. will surely-mean lor them the ginning of a new life. -ALL ADVICE IS" GIVEN FREE Abdominal Belts for women and models.' Elasn'c Stockings Jones of -rheirki Gar-butt. -Cal-gan- Lacpm.be; James H' mar Blairmore; Adult- B.ible. Class': B. -Paterson, Calgary; T. S. Mac- ri770 f _ -'iai, Hie fMagto consider; in purchasing a sound-reproducing instrument .is the fi'deKty with which it reproduces the human voice in songs or speeches and the musical notes of instruments. Until" you have heard the Lethbri Home Department- PC Rev. C. A and Rev.. P. Baker er_ medicine tcher Training: Rev. C. A- ton: Mr. Camros tze iiiii, .Red; Doer. lised bio made its tbe gu. prcnie Court .todstyand. was particu- larlv- in. in -self-swcaricc- in 01 -Jewish witnesses in now f progressing. It is. trnderstppd .the, ob- SASKATCHEWAN LABOR Action arose to-therathtr crude meth od hitherto in practice .'of .turning the WITH PREMIER Bible upside down and the o.v- Kegina, Sastr., pr cial of the T 'i A J-WILL'MAKE STRIKES ON PUBLIC WORKS ILLEGAL the Old Testament. C. C ML: a; local out. of deference -Jewish clients or possibly a protest against' the undignified man- ner 01 swearing in a witness with ;Ms hat on and the book .reversed purchased a copy of the Hebrew t-tires and presented, it to court m tu LOUI.II clerk's desk 'i'Jie're is a j. JTSiTX' OJ_ bask-atoon, A. Wells of Regina and B president Regina Trades and Council, waited upon Premier Scott today to lay before him certain recommendations and requests: "pro- Scott discussed these various is understood that the new.cabinet, although it does not oppose the principle of trades union- ism. will propose a law for enactment aeciarinfe strikes by employees In state emploveeS to be illegal, and pronding a'penalty ror persons engaged, in such NOT IN PERSIA -A despatch re- here today from ra recentl at you cannot appreciate how far'liiv Edison has carried his invention in ..Every note of music and every syllable, of. a, speech is not only clear and distinct, but also a perfect repro- duction .of the singer, band, orchestra' .or .speaker who made the original Record.: NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY PHONOGKAPHS AND SOU, BY Sporting Goods Co. 412 Fifth of the depu-' of ChaSerlaLl is-consider, f Many-inothers are -special Police Offi. the'c P -Tl" qV "JLiA. JX- Jate chief freight cleric of vew officially reported. Owner Cleveland, Manager TL alance ee The Man from Mexico, Dad's Girl, Mrs. Hobbs, The Tanquerey, The Threeof Us, When We Were Twenty-' econd in Command. one ;