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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Momioy, Nov. It. HALF GONE! 10 DAYS MORE Waddington-Stuckey's Sale of the great Coffin Stock has reached half way, and the stock is half gone. Now for the clearance of the balance in the next 10 days. 10 DAYS MORE These Prices Prove That We Mean Business. Out The Stock Goes FOB THE WORKING MAK 4 A PEARODYS OVERALLS WORKING SHOES 1.35 SUITS POB ALL AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. EVERYONE A SUIT AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES RUBBERS, ALL SIZES AND SHAPES FROM _ CAN YOU BEAT IT1 i JEELT SHOES FOR THE AND CHIL- From per pair OVERSHOES FOR ALL FROM, PER PAIR .25 WOOL BLANKETS, 2 PAIR ONLY To Clear at Per Pair.................. WATS AND clear these, prices are away down. RTTGSr-AVE HAVE A: FEWFANCY RUGS LEFT GOING AT EACH and SHIRTS REGULAR to Take Your Choice ait 89c Look At Our One Price Window There's Value about it that you won't see in Lethbridge again 10 DAYS MORE J Next to Gray's Hardware Round Street, Lethbridge Next to Gray's Hardware 1 10 DAYS MORE THE MOLSONS BANK Capital Paid Up .Reserve Fund Head Office: Montreal. .78 Branches in Canada. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed from date of deposit. and foreign Exchange "bought and sold at lowest rates. A General Banking Business Transacted. LCTHBRIDQE BRANCH K. D. JOHNSON, Manager blAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MORRISON, ManaSer MAKKETS "Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg. Xov. closed vsi.-Dec. opened SO. closed opened. closed 94'J: Cash close J XQ. 1 Kor. two Nor.-S9; three Nor.f Sfi: 3 Barley 2 C. W. Oars" 35; one) A'. W. Flax 2.52. TOLSTOI JS BENT UPOlfMLL CoiuitDetemiiii- Id to Spend Rest of Days iii. Solitude Tula. Russia, NOD. H -is not likely that any -effort will be made "by the family of Count Tolstoi to induce and return io Winnipeg Live Ctock Nov. at the j j stock yards this morning included ihe j following: 4S1 cattle, o calves, hogs and 113 sheep, western range exporters comprised jtne largest part of shipments to tbe {stockyards over Sunday. All are to, be sent east today, seventy cars hav-! naya, Poliana. ing been ordered for this afternoon, jllis IilPc Space occupied by these-was irujned-j- i-t TJ lately occupied by twenty-nine cars of j but she has cattle and one of sheep, which, arriv- sent to him a message- iir-ploring that ed at noon. The tone of the market i she be permitted to join him and was weak for poor quality stock, but! sharo the hardships which he seems- a limited amount for sale enabled early I determined to experience. Little by i of all cattle t'o s sold from MEDALS GIVEN TO DESERING Michel Ha.s Heroes; King George Grive.s Gold MectaJs Michel, Nov. On November 30th COLERIDGE SHIPPING HARAKIRIACT DECLINED Explorer Under Criticism by Newspapers "Victoria, NOT. Lieutenant Shir- organizer of Hie Japanese expedi- tion to the south pole, announced to sail November 15 in the steamer Ten- Haro. of 200 tons, has been called 2ipesrtir..-cczssiit Isxakiri ;tlie Ya- i: -Tokyo -because of his' failure, accortfing to advices brought by the inaba Mam. The explorer, however, does not see any necessity of acced- ing to tne newspaper's request to kill ttrmself. Some other vernacular pa- pers charge graft in the purchase ol his vessel, for which was paid, they alleging this to :be more than tiries her The Asahi of Tokio. wnicb, took a prominent part in organ- izing the expedition, was withdrawn. Peasant Hut at Yas- I-Ie recently deserted with the avowed pur- i the rest oi his davs f St. John's Ambulance Societv -A LW in inn house. Inis'is. a Big Lots of Cattle and Coleridge, Nov. McEwen, who has been- postmaster at Cole- ridge for several years past, has sold .the post.ofiice building to Stanley Mc- Louglilan and appointed him dcputy postniiister. M> MeEwcti has been compelled to ill 1 I -'i..-.. -i-ikc (his step in order to complete istic trip to tuis .air country. Lies on his homestead, lustra-ted by some of the finest films j "of S'-ven PWSOTIS, produced, showing every point oi in- shipped. o; cattle from the tcrcst between- Calvary and Medicine.'Dockyards at Colcri-Jge on Saturday iHat and Los Angeles, Gal.-The-well.! last. "They were'consigned to points known lecturer. T. W. Prince, who is j Saskatchewan arid Mam- 1 travelling with ilUs- play, will lee- ture during the evening, explaining all Electric Restorer for Men Pbosnhonol restores everj-nervc ia the body i its proper tension; restores j vim aad vitality. Premature decay and all sexTia! westaess averted at oace. -wiH Co..8t. Ont. ,'ln company with hi.s physician. Dr. and tne majority of sales ranging be-! Makovesky! he wcnffroni Tula to the tween ajtd S'J.75, while some ancient cloister of Shamardino, in the stuff went at S2.S5; choice two-year-old j province of Kiuga, v.-herc he was the feeders ranged from ?4.25 to ?4 oi his sis1-cr Mariet. The lat- Jower. and yearlings from 13.25 to bee-n in the CLOISUT. wnich was lounded a -lops Time These nuns mingl-e. with other people, devoting them- Liveroool Live Stock l selves to good works.- Tolstoi-plans Liverpool, Xov. Rogers as the guest of his t j -T ;sisi.er lucre, and then in r-ontiuuc his report today that wirh Mak-oveskv. His !m tbe Birkenhead market was very (hsst-ination he refuses' to dis- the different points of interest .as shown on the pictures. During the evening there also ho a j Collector Loeb, of Xew York, re- j ceivcd through the mail ?300 in "con- Mrs. A. McLean oi the general store science money" from an unknown ha? been ccnnnccl to her room, for .the past ion days from a severe attack of La Grippe'.! Dr. Bcyd is in atter.d- Big Land Opening acres of high class land ready for homestead ing. This land is practically level free from rock, alkali, and adobe, plenty of fine good road to town, fine coal near. Conic- quick and get choice You can huy or lease stock land cheapr Scott Coleman Land Co. jsiow. prices were weJI maintained and close. When hc asked 10 be in, jrnere was very little variation in Sal-' bis words "I am ex-comrnuni- jurday's which were as f-ol- i catcfi anaihematized, is there any i lows: States steers from 12V- to 12V> i ob'ftliotl staying The I r lT-'-if T 4 IJT. T V Tion oi three gold to three oi anct- and her many iricnds hope for the young distinguished them j a speedy recovery, selves .during the rescue work-at-'the i The Coleridge trustees have time of the recent and terrible White- j making extensive -repairs and improve haven Colliery disaster in Cumber-i in en ts to tuu school house this -Keek, land, England. These medals are Jcnkcns is in charge oi the work.- ing given by King George and will be TJu. oi Coleridsc held presented by Mr. .James Ashwonh, a afcparatorv to communion manager of'the C. P. Coal Co., in Fridav t-vf-nin-' i-. _ UJ1 1 U- i> L ilJl li T I wno has kin.-lly consented to preside. -u- T.. T1....... o j Al the ijolicf court Friday bfforc i iuic .u. L Judge -T. T. S. Alexander, of ut 'he iCranbrooh, was fined ijfir dcH.rs ami !m Toronto iMr-da-v night. Office Over Bank BIG SANDY. Mont. i cents; Canadians 12 to 13% cents is both a duty; and a to onc-r vou shelter. Tol- ranchers lOfc to life cents per pound. sloi spent a day in a discussion of ns ligious subjects with an aged monk to the ;co.sis, for an infringement of ihe Game Laws Act. STEAMERS COLLIDE ANOTHER BLOCK whom he had met on a visit j llonastry 17 years ago. FIFTH STREET GERMAN SPOTTER The Southern Alberta Loan and In- j vestmsnt Co. has plans completed for j a two storey brick block consisting of j two stores on the ground floor and omces on the second floor, to.be built j on Fifth street south, in Block 46, j immediately north of the Pioneer' Dumber Co.'s offices and between rnat building and property owned by ADMITS GUILT Achr-son, oi Coleridge, elected one of "tlm vice, urcsifk-ins or Ihe Medicine llat LibeVnl-Conscrva- ivt- Associaiion at a meeting of the ocicly held at UiC Kill liist week. A. Youhg. ;of Had Water J.rUco, made such a larce shipment of sheep to the Clyde. Ihe captain reports that j ]ast nis boat was in collision with a coast-f Achcson has acCepted me- stpampr position :in the- local post office. ing- steamer. The buikUng in profile is of similar appearance to the Alberta block, Fifth j street, built by the same company. Itj is not. learned whether work on the! (.-.onstmction of this new block, will commence tliis tall or whether it will i lioui ovoi- until spring. London. NOV. Siegfried j i-ieim, an otlicer of the German araiy I wno was placed under arresc on n! charge of having made sketches of tire j rortnicntions in the harbor of Ports- moutii plcncled guilty on being brougnt! fo trial, lie was released when he' gave bonds 1'or 250 pounds and said mat he would not repeat the offence. Shilohb Cure quickly cc the throat dad ROYAL. -WELSH LADIES' CHOIR MADAME HUGES THOMAS 31 Singers of 100 ALL COMEDY Prof Hirsch. Dot Decdls German.Band a Terrible The Swede and The Merry Hircch. The original talent which ap- peared before His Late Majes- ty King Edward Yli. on. his official visit to Cardiff, Wal- es, July 18, 1907. MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE- NIGHT FRIDAY NOV. IS, Prices SOOK SEATS AT RED CROSS' DRUG BOOK CO. ;