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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JLETHBJiXJUOJB it J': TOKDOW THIS 55.00 REMEMBER! at the Gold, Silver, Jewels. Cut Goods. China. Art Brass, Bohemian Articles worth to ,_; window is a to Champion has "Out-reached Wright praised a kick at the put in btltChaffi- giori: is supreme when it. CQihfiS to prices. -IRRve Spot BUYS ARTICLES 3, "ftH f f worth up to M tjtt well is a smioftitei wriffftt is this way too. Open Evenings i-.-. _ rpTpriT 'lfPr ?iix' are'urged to- attend.. -X ii'Jnr-i take'' part-'ih. the dis-" LEAGUE. pan cussipns, All. tlic candidates so far in the field, have been ..specially -invit- ,ed to attend tonight's 'mes'Cingin' St. to lI'Sll, Sexfqnd fthcf on i gq.vfirnnient. conimjsnced Jast i 'be continued. "i iGEffiNG VETERANS _______......_________... _ ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED Some people may haver got ibe- idea ljlone? 'Asquith, who is org: tlie 'Organization' said says in embers: are :chances for Secretary R. P- Wallace ".this-morn- fast.'-.Among th'ose" who ,ing. This is not the ease "at alV. Tlie joined yesterday was Hon. Senator De purpose of Hie organization as I take He expects to- have the num- to ihc city's interest. All a lew and to ca" whether not meeting next week. With still nom- ination dar, tically ten can field for the three- vacancies- on the city -.coun- cil -These- who--have" atrca'dy-d'eelareil themselves or who it is generally un- -derstpod .w-ill, allow their names :tp" go..up for inomination are, Aid. C. BL Bowma-n, ,Ald. David King, Aid. JM. Hatch, 'Jas. Ashcroft, Jas. S. W. Tucicwell, W. 0. Hutton, H. J. 'Goode, -Dr. Rusk and A. Tilley. The last three named, however, have Hot definitely announced tiheir Candida- but will probably he in the field. -worth of I High Class. Furni- ture on the jump I worth of High Class Furni- ture on the jump! A Few Biting Guts to Remember .The Sale Is an event not to be compared with an orclin- Force of'circumstances are responsible the tremendous reducfioii- in-values now beino- offered. Every ar- ticle is a winner. Thomas Kail, the Staffprdville conr stable, who was ly assaulted on night 'by a party -oi half drunken- foreigners Just ('out froA a christening party, identi- j more'men last night as being j among his and they were ''arrested by Const.' McBrayne, of the Mounted police and taken to the .bar- racks, where the .five already arrested are lodged. Their..naYnes are .Mike i'Stiiako- and Alec Boruseusi. They ap- jpeared beiore. Inspector West, j'. j this morning on the 'charge, of assault ing a constable in the execution of his duty and were remanded -until Thurs- day. Constable Hall positively identi- fied .Boruscusi as the man others had his arms pinned from be- hind, came up and struck him a iear- .ful blow in the face. Hall is doing very well except'that LOOK At THIS! CHIFFONIER Sold Reo-nlarly at Special Price this sale nND THERE ARE OTHERS "SIDEBOARDS! 3UFFETS! DRESSERS! STANDS! BEDSTEADS! RANGES! STOVES! CARPETS! ALL REDUCED 25 to 40 Per Cent. ANOTHER LEADER! Handsome Centre Table In Mahogany, Quarter Cut Oak Early English. From a l! opposite Black.Kriight crjick and easy way to shine all .the hard work and work out of stove polishing 'tHat "you can see your face And the shine lasts Most dealers' handle and' "Black Knight" Stove Polish.- for a.big: postpaid... TBET- F. DAE.IEV CO.' UMITEO, 18 Melart tf Me "2 In J" Stot Polish. HOUSE (Special to the Nov.' debate on the reply- to the speech from the throne will be continued this .after- noon in the legislature, when C. M. O'Brien, Socialist member" for Rocky Mountain, will have the floor. Fol- lowing him Mr. Patterson, the mem- ber-elect for Hacleod will speak in the interest oi the farmers. The de- bate will-probably close then unless there is another speech from the gov- ernment side, when Hoadley, of Oko- toks, is prepared to address the house. None" of the standing committees have yet been convened, but it is" ex- pected several committee meetings will be held before the end of the week. Dr. de Vaifs Female PilJs WOMAN-USED PREROGATIVE .Ottawa, 'nite o-btainaijls' nere of .a report' tnat Canada has ordered from" ttte British Admiralty one of tne improved cruisers of j-be tfristol class. 'Five, "cruisers oi' this class have "been order- ed -by the Admiralty, including two lor Australia- and one for .New Zealand, It is suggested tnat Canada may take one. of the other two. Jilaqtnriesibeing at the naval hran'ih, -the impression was given that while there te tlie wind, notning natl .been definitery settled.. pills powerful- in' regulating: tfia'.. all cheap 'imitations. f 5- a' box% or three for "Mailed to any ai.. ILtfRlDAt London, Nov; honse adjourned until-'Friday.. is expected that dissolution will announced-Monday at''the latest. First might held on all elections witn the tion of those In Orkney and. Shetland and .Scotch. would ibe ..cqa-- eluded" by December lol, i: A t-V A' man said liis name was Smith and was the husband of Au- gusta Smith, the woman whose lodg- ing house in.the Sadowski block was raided on Saturday night and "who _ appeared in police court yesterday i charged with selling liquor without a license, appeared this morning, say- ing that the woman was sick antl he wished to plead for her. She wished j to change her plea from that oi "not guilty" yesterday, to one of "guilty." The plea was accepted and Magistrate Ball assessed a fine oi and costs. No further explanations were offered. The woman pleaded not guilty yes-, ter-day and the case was set over "un- til to'day, and the chief prepared to take out summonses against a num- ber of more or less prominent people who had .been in the habit of frequent ing the. Sadowski block. As a result he received word that Mrs. Smith had decided to plead guilty. The chM says thai after last "night's paper jcamc out he >was fairly inundated by people begging him not to summons j them. i In view of tfce overwhelming mass of evidence antagonistic to it Is recommended that its rtse in baking; powders be prohibited by States Senate Report. Approved by pliysicfaias and Sobd offlciais, botSi Stale National. Awarded Mgliest IIOBOFS fey the great World's.Expositions, and proved of superior and purity by official tests. RODE HORSE INTO A JOINT ON THE BOTTOM The mounted police are looking for a cow puncher who tried to do a wild and woolly stunt at a resort kept by one Lulu upon the river bot- tom. He broke down the door and rode his horse into the house, scaring tne inmates and doing considerable damage to tae floor. ;