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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Momilay, November THE LETHBMDGE DAILY 5 M >iii 1 THE LING HARDWARE STOCK ON THE Going Down Going Down Tons of hardware movingJvqekly. Stoves, heaters and ranges selling away under the magic spell of "Unloading 200 stoves yet to sell-100 too many. Prices further reduced. a day each day this week at Ling's. Biaston Saws All numbers J .9 g 150 to choose Large heavy galvanized Coal Hods 95 C Worth Bissel Carpet Sweepers now Instead of STEPHENS' Read these Unloading Prices. s. prices Are Crowd Briugers a Gallon. Worth Wehaye a car7oad to. sell at this pricqL AMMONIA Sells the trade over 20c. THE EVELY SALES COMPANY Are making quick work with the Week Enormous Reductions Guns at Unloading Prices A WEEK PLANNED AT LING'S Lfaag's price Cleanser 3 for 25C cases to hence. this price. NOTE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PRICES THAT "WERE" AND UNLOADING PRICES Original Now .351 Automatic 30-30 Winchester...................-. 32 'Winchester Special 132.00 -.303 Savage...........'. 132.00 22 Stevens Repeater -lltOO 22 Stevens Rifle .v............ 810.00 6.75 22 Stevens Rifle 3.75 2.15 22 Savage U 6.60 4.50 12 Gra. Remington Repeater Shot Gun___ j2 Gauge Stevens Repeater Shot Gun___, J2 Gauge Baker Eamnaerless 140.00 12 Gauge Elgin -12: Gauge Dominion 8.75 12 Dominion -___.............. Read these Unloading Prices Teaspoons, 25C dozen Dessert 25 C Half Dozen Table Spoons, 50C Coal Hods. 35 c Worth 50c. BRASS CUSPIDORS Medium size St.35 Large swe Save a on these. C Will buy articles worth [I 1 A Will buy hundreds of I) re Will buy lines you pay uptoSOc t articles worth up to 25c double for all over Docs wonders Look at the tables 50c AMMUNITION NOW Smokeless D upon t, and Black Powders 2 boxes .25 :i Cartridges all reduced! High powered ammuni- tion at -unloading prices canteens Boilers Tea Kettles Will do what a does in ordinary way Evely Sales Co, Redpatfe Street, Leth- bridge, where the bar- gains come from. PROSECUTE THE Manager of Fight Picture; es in Saskatchewan Takes Action Keglna, Nov. is likely t a for damages "will .foe against the attorney-general of sas- in connection -with, re cent fight E.egina Theatre and of their exhibtion, f ollow- 3ig the undertaking: given toy Mr Will- lams, manager of the films., tnr it they fwould not be shown in-the rrhe attorney-general's nent of- Tersd no evidence on Saturday in the police court proceedings agsjjast Bar- jner Groves, leagee of the Re.-giaa The- seizing. of the J-efiries-Johnson ,at Rei and asked that the cay ie -be with- drawn, This the magistr? tie refused to psnnlt, instead dismissr" og the case. French commission has reported in favor of the inclined, over the' ver- tical system of penman ship as less likely-to injure the-spij ies of children ,-wiiile being taught to write. WORKING FOR .EACH DEFEA BOARD OF COr wo Men Nominated for an Office Are Each Trying to Elect the Other Muncie, Ind., Nov. 4. "Any party lat did not have any more sense than nominate me for the position of istice ought to select a man like, Jo-jph Schnor, even though he is a. d'em-crat" This is the Mnd of a stump speech aiah Duggleson, republican candi-ite for justice of the peace in Dela-are township, this county, has been aking. He has been working for the ection of his opponent, Joseph Schnor has been Live Stock L.iverpoo-1; Nov.- John Rogers Co. report today that although trade was very slow the Birkenhead mar-: ket there was very little variation in Saturdays- which were as' 'lol. lows: States steers from 12 to Canadians from- 11% to 13c.: ranchers from to 11 cents pec Nov. electors today voted as for a board of control, civic government. day rain the total vc eleven hundred out twenty-four thousand ed. The bylaw was c narrow margin of six suit of 'the small vote t likely be in the, January mimic Stock at Glasgow Glasgow, Nov. Edward Watson and Kitchie report 349 cattle on offer trade sharcer for nf niiaiir-c- -The Vancouver to an all- LOC.Mi-'BUDGET City Council meets this evening. A communication from ratepayers in North Lcthbridge concerning water works on certain streets, has been received by the Herald and was under i D. of a possible will be given place in tomorrow's is-j II. Elton returned on Saturday frora a trip to Ma- Mr EU on has again taken ov- just as hard to try to elect the repub- lican candidate. The campaign has been so warm that they.., have been indulging in per- sonalities.-each decrying his own abil- ity and lauding his opponent. The campaign is no joke with the two can- didates, although it affords humor for the entire country, as the office pays little and would Interfere with the business interests of the candidates. elections. may be asked tc dling and inferior cattle slow. Prices choose between a board of control and were as follows: Top quality 14 cents: a commission rorm of civic govern- -secondary 12 to cents: bulls top ment. quality to 12; secondary 11 cents per pound. SIR HENRY WAS DINED London.. Nov. Savage Club y Pellatt of Toronto Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Xov. opened 01 closed Dec. opened 90. closed May opened closed cash closed 1 Nor. Nor. 3 Nor. 2 C. oats N. W. Mas 1.45. Lord Strathcona was in the It Suits Them All Old and young delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. It suits every taste. Hie Co, Limited, TORONTO. STEAMER BURNED WHILE TAKING SHELTER Fort William, Nov. shel- ter from a blinding snow storm which was driven by a northeast gale, the Wahaga, a wooden steamer, 40 years old. belonging to the Merchants Mut- ual Line, was totally destroyed by fire in Copper Harbor, Mich., Sunday mor- ning. Ttie ship anchored all night, wnen the fire started forward from some unknown cause, and the wind the flames ali over the boat. Des- perate fight was made by the crew and by the steamer Westmount. which was also taking shelter in the harbor to save the steamer, and finally Capt. Glass abandoned the ship, having seen tlie crew of twenty men safe on the westmount. which later brought them nere. TJie men saved nothing but the clothing they stood in. The steamer and cargo was valued at RUPTURE JMK. A. CLAVEEIE IS COMING AGAIN He will be in LETHBRTDGE, Castle Hotel, on Friday the llth and Satur- day the 12th., and in CALGARY, Queen Hotel from Monday the l4th to Friuay the cd a couple of years ago to Thos. VY. Green, and is publishing it under his own name. Aid. Uavid Kino; t-xpcets to arrive home frbin the old country on the. eleventh or twelfth, inst. lie misstd the boat lie" planned on sailing bv from Liverpool or he would have ar- rived Today. Slate and federal election polling takes place across the line tomorrow. The most important of the cam- paign as viewed at Grass on thi; boundary south ot" here, is the election of a woman to the Board of School Trustees for Choteau countv. Peter Kinderlorp, an old man, was ar rested un Saturday for forging the name o: Smith Bios. Wilson, the contractors, to a cheque for S2.50. He wishes to plead guilty and will prob- SUDDEN PEOST IN MANITOBA Leaves Lake Winnipeg Fleet in Dangerous Position Selkirk, Mab., Nov. sudden drop in temperature and freezing over of the Red liiver is causing some an- xiety among the fish and lumber com- panies here. The entile licet of steam ers, tugs and iishing boais are still on Lake Winnipeg unable to teach ihc-ir winter quarters at Selkirk. Some of the boats still out use Dagg tug Daisy, and a North- ern Fish Co" si earners' Wolverine. Tempest and Chieftain. Robmyon j Co.'s .steamer City of Selkirk and j tugs Frederick, Rocket and a barge, j Smith antl Sons' -tug Stewart Lumber Co.'s tug Majestic j arul barge; S. Sigurds and Sons' j steamer Mikado is reported'ou the i rot-ks at Swampy Island, and the Dominion government steamer Lativ GEO. TAYLOK'S for choice fresli Gut Flowers, Eoses, Car nations, lily of-the "Valley. Arsd all other Flowers la sea- son. Funeral ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to reat- Free delivery to, all parts Q! the city, OEO. TAYLOR- FLORIST Cornsr Bartlett and London Read; Phone C75. P. 0. Bor 1353. ably row. VT. Hyyt, collector of customs j kirk. oi' the Lake, which has been "atherins; j will, ol" course, get tht contract, bu committed for trial jjttle Saskatchewan liu; hatcheries at Bcrens River ;nid Scl-i nuicic Ihe government ai Mi-Adam -lunction, New Brims-1 Hector, v.'ill upon tlu of the various proposals be accepted cannot be wick, is here on two or three weeks' visit with his son, B. B. Jloyt. ot the V.'estmi Canada Agency staff- Ho river tomorrow to allow the'fleet cuter. to p.m. o o ,T, TO nm arid 6 to