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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, November are new and intirery different ;from 'ordinary preparations. They accomplish 'tHeir purpose without disturbing system, and are therefore the ideal, laxative for the nursinj mother, as'ihey do not affect the child. -Compounded, like by, .expert chemists. If uaaatisfactoiy "we'll gladly return your money. box. If your drtiggtst has. not yst stocked them, scad 25c. and we will'mail-thorn. 24 National tad QseaucjLLCompaar of Canada, limited. Montreal. PREMIER HIS RAILWAY lR MAYOR'S OFFICE Magrath Electors Are In- terested in Civic 'Matters HERALD NEWSIES HAD A BIG TIME Management Provided a by Boys There was an enthusiastic crowd oi1 i-icruid news boys at the banquet ten- j cierccl them lust, night, by the Herald {.management aud provided by the I young Ladies. Bible class 'of. West- minster church. The banquet was held ia the Westminster church ad- dniou and forty-eight .boys were with. ihe mom- mem- npuncement to be Made on Welch and Stewart Likely to Build- A. andG.W. civic elections increase as jetlier he for d bivii a member o[ th i since Magcath was incorporated, and io operate the line since was incorporarea. aaw 'Uurms ti-jr time he has proved him- fceltfcU d -A r.ar of frjitjrom the first Canadian f .National Show' >s to-day beinjrlof Trade ift lion with female domestic" cmploy- .end ivlio is visitiaa; in the city, be asked to evidence in re-i j to '.he employment ot women, j Pariicitlu-r direntzoa will, with the cr.-r.scnl nf commission, he given ;o the manufacturing in-dus- j trr. oi o-tber; manu- j in the cny will aJ- ko bs to attend- According to a ieit-cr sent by Jas. Robertson, thp chairman of the coTT-raissior.. to Mor. L. G Veber an1! turnetl over ipped to England for Freemasons he le-rendec thsThe shipment iajieged- system of denunciation 'ot j car Trtiich oi" 131' T r T TneLampwiih Diffused Light should .always be used where several people sit, because it does not strain the eyes of those sirring far from it. The'Rayo Lamp is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light. Every detail that increases its light-giving value has been included. The Rayo is a low-priced lamp. You may pay or even for other lamps and get a more expensive you cannot get light than the Rayo gives. This season's Rayo has a r.ev and strength- ened burner. A strong, durable shade-hoidcr keeps the shade on firm and true. Easy to keep polished, as it is made of solid brass, fiaished in nickel. Once a Rayo User, Always One. Dealers Syeryohcre. ttyours, vste for ar'alar to Ifte r.earest cgtncj of the Tlie Imperial Oil Cozsspassy Limited. ancj- officers suspected leanings In I'.'Ot .Premier Bnand, ?.-ho also ok-' terly a'.uclcoti by the Catcolics aociaiists. elaborated nis Tninisten.il declaration by proposing the anpoiit- nent of a r.crmanent arbitration coai-j mission to (leal with future labor nicts. If this was not accepied. how.- ever. he the government -would i not toieratft a strike among employes! of public services such as railways.! migriiv. result .in throwing opc-n i the froTi --.rs to a -possible enemy anilj enaanger tiie security of the Kc-puh-i A vote of confidence ?n the govern- ment was adopted, H9G to 209. puses by. 'the provincial consists of the "tvas by the Grant! clerical j .t'orKs :Bo5rd oi Trade.'an'd io liOuru ssron xriii give 'to if? to it- b.iiK'lina tr-iics ar.u .t: a r. sport at ion st-ivicct as j j as the .icchnical-rrainin's requir- j of -smallcrs selections of: tlie smaller' cil IT rorrimeccia! operations. lr iftAhiSits from box classes and cncmry'into (a} the oi indusines in rrsprct to! labor, (h) thr quality of labor which 1 :s available, snfi (c) the needs of such number The calamity -sale at the Crosby-shoe store is a calamity Io -no one except possibly; the proprietor, is swamped .with double ship- ments supposed to have been can- celled by predecessor German, This is the situation, and when Crosby advertises a discount o! 20 per cent off nor- mal prices, which are plainly marked, he gives 20 per cent If in your search through this town for an honest sale, you overlook this one, your search may prove futifer Only Two More Days when You can get and Shoes for and A Ihorough line of winter Gloves, Mills and Hosiery just arrived selling ar Infinitesimal Prices Friday and Saturday. MINERS3 LONG BOOTS MINERS' SHORT BOOTS SURVEYORS LONG BOOTS Round Street, Lethbridge em'ri'.oved at the 3'' dab- steamer which was sunk in the Ottawa -River, beio-w the urenviile Canal, has -been raised. displays. labor for industrial training and tech- nical education. PARTY DR. COOK'S ESKIMOS J-ondon, Nov. Copenhagen correspondent of the Daily News says tJiar. the ship which took Kcud Ras-i ir.uasca trie Danish explorer, to Cape! vorK, last has returned. Her' captain hrinss a secret report to a' of Rasmussen. oor.cerning Dr. j j Cook's Eskimos, whom FUsmusseyi in-j jerview-'jd. Tlie captain says thi5 wili! ttio whole Cook affair. The! U'liiiicatton of ;fte reports ou j i.ne t'nciia, Aviio is new absent from' ensures no hard work and no dirty work. ]So messing or mixing. A handy paste in a generous can. A few rubs, and you have a splendid finish that lasts and stands the heat. The best preparation for polish- ing stoves, pipes, grates and ironwork. IF your dealer does not carry Knight" Stove Polish in stock, send us his name and roc, and we will send a fall size tin by return mail. TIE F. F. DAUEY CO., LEKTTEB, RAHU.TON, ONT. 33 Makers "j in i" ELOPEMENT CXSE DEPORTED r. Lspp, tiie Winnipeg butcher ligureiJ in the Wolff case wbich attracted some a few weeks ago', was yesterday de- ported by the United States immigra- tion officials -at Cofits and came into t.ne city last-night. Lapp is the cnn ran away with Mrs, wife of an otticial in ihe Dominion immigration, service. Her folio-wed the couple through tlie States and finally locat- ed them a: Helena, Montana. Ke ef- rected a reconciliation his wile and took her home to Winnipeg, but i herore -doing so, he laid information agajjist Lapp. The latter had a hear- ins before an immigration board at Great Kails, with the result that yes- terday he was brought to Comts and placed upon this side of the line by U. S. Immigration Inspector Topping of Helena. ;