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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday; November SALE 200 BARRELS COAL OIL 40 Cents Everywhere. DUTCH CLEANSER THREE TINS FOR Buy All you want. FOUR DOSEN HAMMERS Worth LING'S 40 S STAR price 20e, LING'S 2 FOE 25G and DISSTOX SAWS LING'S S1J95 ]STOT REGULAR PRICES MAG. STEEL COOK STOYE 11 gjg BEAUTY RANGES 15J5Q BUCK'S BUCK'S CHARM CAPTAIN STOYE .Cast Iron: good cookers: good utilit! stoves; unloading prices mean big savings to you on every stove. Buy today. REDUCTION ON STEEL RANGES ONES BUCK'S CRITERION -A steel of the best. The only thing about it .that isn't ".best" is the price, which should be THE CHANCELLOR lore's what 5c will buy broiling-. 7.. attachment'; Targ'elsrze fJre: Duplex movable cold''rolled steel. S47.85 A cast iron range worth Good Cockers gan holding- up express waggons man- ned 'by imlicehesd drivers almost im- mediately after-the Mayor's letter TFJJC isseud, seized were heW in the corporation yard Justus peddler carts are held. ;A heavily loaded ex- press wagon was the first detained. A gang of seven' strikers overtume-.l a loaded Adams wagon, lo- rngnt and off three o! the waggon men, attacked John a guard. When they had beaten Smith nearly into unconscioysntss, they cut tne harness an-d sent the norses galloping down the street, then started in to sruish the express mut- ter. Two crates of live were sent squaring in every direction. The police arrived too late to make ar- resrs, An American whose name could be learned was reported to have hac torn .from him. Of sembled.an armed calnp toniglit fol- lowing .an exciting day. and evening or -and lauiiitiers- one- occurred in front el jment demonstration, in the course of We oi'fices of El Impsrcial and dur j wnich an American flag was torn j ing a charge, of police near the Ala I aown and tramplei upon. mecla. a public park near the j American T.-ere assulted or ot" U1C insulted in the streets, windows brok- en and an alterant made' TO destroy tne plant of >3I Imparcial. the leading Mexican daily and the exponent of government politics. Quiet was '1 Ti'.e today 3 continuance of affairs of caused by antipathy aroused araonj tne people by the burning at the stal-; Rcdriqne at Rock Springs tored after a squad of mounted police with drawn sabres had re- peatedly charged the. mob. Late tonight companies of mounted f police were stationed, in every .block an-d hundreds of gendarmes the streets. 'The demonstrations were confined to the business portions of the city, no disturr-suces having bet'ii repoi'led iu the residential p..it Texas, on N Publication of violent attacks or Americans by several Mexican papers ,tended to further inconsc the niedica, students, were the promoters c) last nig'ht's demonstration. the tt ;