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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .Wednesday, November BIO. HE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD arch er Business HERE'S A SWING and a sweep about this great business house that stops at nothing, trampling down al ItSS OflSS hf> 1C ICCITiricr o In C. Minot, N..D., while Sf the fatter vv-as sleeping in the Canad- ian 'Pacific depot. Cooper was arrest- d at Rouleau, brought back and guilty. Oliver Butts, com- of Cooper's; was released on suspended sentence for receiving stol- en money. all hotel is issuing a warning lo proprietors to lake steps ____-______ Gsickly stops couch--., ciires colcts, isesis hs cue! hjnss. cen in that direction. He suggests placing coat racks where they are under con- stant eye of the clerks or porters, with perhaps some1 simple checking system. It is up to the hotels, he says to rely more upon themselves to prevent coat thefts than to relv On the police catching the affenders alter the af- fences have been committed. method" is being widely adopted in the musical the East and has proved a great success. Mothers of small children will be welcome. Announcement-has been made of the engagement of Grant, son of The Jisthbridge Teachers' Associa- tion met in Central school last evening. Twenty-three members were present to the interesting address given -by Mr. Andrews, who took for his subject a .Mr.' Hamilton gave a tyttef outline the meeting held re- cently at Edmonton regarding the pro- posed changes in. the course of studies in .the." public and' high schools of the province. A discussion followed on the teaching of mathematics led by r. Andrews. -...The next meeting of the association will Tje .held on the second Tuesday in December. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY SALE KEEPING STORE CROWDED Champion''always, has-a surprise for every day at Wright's, Champion lies GOOD BUTTER AND GOOD EGGS are the foundation upon all GOOD CAKES are built. We use nothing first class material in our cakes. "WE CAN PLEASE YOU" Ask our drivers, or pftone 1027 Gil (iimpre 2nd Ave. A North the- late Principal 'Grant, .-of Queen's jawake nights wnile the people sound- University, Kingston; to Miss Maude ly sleep. Come down ia the morning, h'rskine, second daughter of George you will see the windows changed, K. ljericin. C.ii.G., of the Cottage; (goods marked 1-3 to 1-2 off regular (joring-on-Thames, the marriage ro be i prices. The public are beating -a track to Wright's store and the stock is moving at a terrific rate. Watch Wright's windows daily. Get on the inside of the store. Watches, :locks, jewelry, cut at celebrated next June. 5 One of the prettiest affairs of the season was the reception held by Mrs. Tilley yesterday afternoon at her, beautiful home on Guiness street. Mrs. Ross McKenzie of Royal View Miss Stella Webster of Winnipeg) one of the many charming .brides who .aave come to the city to reside during the" past summer, received with her. The drawing room was with j golden, and white mums and a cheery [grate fire lent an acceptable warm land brightness to the rooms. Mrs. TUiey received her many visitors at toe entrance of the reception room, wearing a graceful gown of Dresden OF rich insertions touches 'of l-abe blue velvet... Mrs. McKenzir. donned for the event her lovely wed- ding robe of ivory Duchesse satin, the si'tistically draped bodice being stud- ded with large cut pearls. Mrs. A. H. McKeown ushered the guests to the tea room. She wore a pretty gown of soft maize, silk adorned with hand- ;onie Persion medallions and pretty touque adorned with, an aigrette of rose. Miss 'Tilley, who as- Champion's prices. CAK YOU ASKMORET We 'are so confident we can furnish relief for indigestion, and -dys- pepsia that we promise to supply the medicine free of all-cost to who uses it according to directions who js not perfectly satisfied'w'ith the results. "We exact, '.and put no one under any.obligation what- ever. Surely nothing could he "fairer. We are located right here 'where you live, and our reputation should "be suf- ficient assurance of. the gemiiness'" of our offer. We want every one who is .troubled with indigestion, or dyspepsia in any form to come to our store and get a bos of Resall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them home, -and give them .a reason- able trial, according to directions. They are very pleasant to take: they the irritable stomach, strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, pro- mote a healthy and natural bowel ac-. tion. almost immediately relieve Hau- sea. and stomach irritation, produce j healthy digestion and assimilation, and promote nutrition. "Three sizes, 25c, 50c and Remember you can ob- tain Rexall Remedies only at J. D. Higinbotham Co., Drag Store..... LAW SOCIETY EJECTIONS Nov. Balloting for the triennial. election; of Benchers of the Law Society of ;Alberta from the membership at large'-closed yesterdar morning at and the secre- tary of' the F. 'j... announces the results as follows. James Muir, K- CM.Calgary; W F. "Walsh, K. Calgary; P. Cohy- beare, K. C. Lethoridge; J. C-'F. Brown K Edmonton-; O.-.M. Biggar. Edmon- ton; D. G. 'White, .Medielae Hatr Geo. Greene; Red'De'er; H..B Bennett. K. C.r Calg-ary, 3 leod. AT THE POLICE COURT John Russell Tvas arrested by Const. freed of the yesterday .af- ternoon in. North Letibridge, ae be- ing .Garmangay.to answer a charge of stealing a'coat at that place. He an intoxicated con- when; arrested and was taken to ...the city police station to sober-up. When sufficiently recovered turned over to the. mounted police and was this-morning taken to Carmangay. stops cures cplds, the throat lacds 33 Wliat Gilbert Parker Says of Laurier's Free Trade Talk Manchester, Nov. Gilbert Parker, JVi. P., for Gravcseud, in an address- here said, -There is some The Quality Store jsisted about the rooms, was gowned satin with panels of! _ u aoouc slij talk about Canada returning tolln the sy.si-em of free trade because a i aro j nnel-v tucked net outlined with narrow valenclermes lace. pf _the dependable Sask-Alta Steel Range. A pot will boil on the back as v.-eli as it will on the waste surface; no crowding. This is because the principle of heat distribution is as perfect as human ingenuity can make result of serious, patient study for many a year. You'll require less coal than you bum in your ordinary range: and the result is obtained without driving the fire in a handful oi farmers in the west demanding not freo trade as we un derstar.d a revision of the tar-j 'rhe predominating colors in the :ii which will give them as good an adornment of the dining room were as the present lariff gives scarlet and white. Richmond to the manuiacturers 01 the countn-. Braced the nt f i i'0 candidate would darr to'jio'into itable' covered with an ex- a constituency in Canada tomorrow fluisire of Florentine lace. Small cffprine: a system of as England'has it. X0 would last one wc-ok that, would op- pose it Right well dors Sir Vvilirid imports as j" urier know this. .His pious reflec- tions