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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 10.1010. THE DAILY HERALD Pajsre ASSAILANTS GUILTY A Semi-ready Suit for Every Man 'HPHE tastes of men differ widely; the style that.satisfies one will not meet the requirements of another. Diversity is an attractive feature at this store. "In models and-fabrics, our Fall Suits present a variety, that will meet every need. Three Who Attacked Con- stable Hall Receive Sentences ..C. H. West. J.P., and J. 0. Wil- son, J.P., yesterday afternoon fount! J three of the Austrians charged vritti i assaulting Thomas Hall, the Stafford- j ville constable on Sunday night guiliv, arid the other three not nuil- ty- The guilty ones are Alec Borusoisi, i why was sentenced to. lour months' j imprisonment with hard labor, and iMik-s Stanko.and Elek Hamas, who j were each sentenced to two months. Mat Murdrak and Joe Mckilik were there being some doubt as to their participation in the afiair. i John Babina, the man who was ar- rested by the constable for -being drunk arid disorderly, and whose re- lease the gang was endeavoring to Awarck of Baseball is Made Calgary''gets the Western Canada pennant.' it was aiter three o'clock-, tin's afternoon, before the decision was reached, arid then." only alter dropping one motion and taking up another. The first "-root) on was to overthrow .the decision of President Eckstorm and give the' pennant to When, this question was put the "vote was a tierand. the .decision still holds i i j i vvajj a Hw, Jim i effect, was also dismissed, as he was da ivi> tb-second series to Ed- i linger arrest nt tne time and natural- D ft Jy could not liety being in the centre I of the as there was no I evidence that he ma-de anv resistance. The suit you want is here. or I M 1 JLJ Nearly- all the defendants went on the stand on .their own behalf, and Thoaias Hall, the complainant, still showing the effects of the treatment, was recalled in order that he might be cross-examined by L. M. Johu- stoue and. R. A. Smith, who appcar- .ed for the defence. S. 'J. Shepherd was prosecuting for the village of Staffordville. As a result of evidence that came out in the case two other men, 'An-' the matter of licenses and even Evans alld Swve Vaselenikhave they took, the matter, up in court and j been arrested and are in custody woa out, the council "turned around [charged with taking, part in the at- and instructed t-he" police not "to col- On the constable. They will have lect licenses from the unlicensed i teams complained-'of. As a result half A." Southard. That the transfer and dray men of the i'ri title Franc 01 business in the city. He" says a will be held in the. course! of a day s, and .the- candi-dat-e select- j ed. The- draymen -feel that tihav have j been badly discriminated against in licensed teams "in the city are t work at the present time and TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The councils of several cities have Electric Men: ISrSs? i approved of Edmonton's 'suggestion that ttie.- province acquire water. .e-uSc'ui various munici- PhoSphbnol restores every nerve in the body proper tension; restores i vim vitality. Premature decay I weakness averted at once. mske you a new Price S3 a box. or two for Mailed to any address. The Scoball ZSrrzs Co., Cut. Jand. Sir Frederick Borden. has written Earl Grey highly military services commending tho- their hearing on Monday.- LOCAL BUDGET E. G. Hazell, of the Summit Lime Works, left this afternoon on a busi- But '.that did no's decide who for the s After a good deal pi discussion it was decided: to. sett-is the pennant on the straight" basis ;of the total number of games -won- -during the vrhc-le season. When ..-figured out it was found that- Calgary- had a percentage of 701 and Edmonton 659. A motion to, give-the pennant to Calgary that basis carried unanimously. A. TILLEY'S ADRESSTO THE ELECTORS Nov. D. I-L Elton and Hoy R. Davidson u'ilJL probably go to-Calgary and rep- resent ..Lethbridge in the first contest Alberta Debating Dec-. 8th-. 'Mike Mountain Horse, 'the local Deerfoot, returned last night from Browning, Montana, where he succeed of. 'Major-General ed in defeating Harry Maclean and Lake, who recently'.returned to Eng- i Henry Deerfoot-, two noted runners- "across line" in a five-mile race. Andrew Till ey is the first aldernian- scnemes already for the beau- f, but think it could ;great, deal less waste of money; at the proper. time ness trip to'the old country. He sails ic'candidate.'to publish a statement of Hiving of-tne city, b' X1 1Wer' Maritania' ms "platform, for'tne consideration of .be" done tlie electors. .His-address follows; To tlie Electors. the City of Leth- "Dridge: and followed up systemati I extending tas wate? F "tor ,all., points, of the city as alderman" to the Gity of Lethbridge vrJierei-tHe -buildings are sufficient to in the coming electron, I ibeliever it is ('warrant themi well -to put before you at this early j i am a ibeliever in tne motto "it. is date the main issues as I see tnem, so necessary to spend money to make mat you may sufficient time to :and it-is necessary to vn infn thpir nfp'ritc: Tlla J n. 1ini-m oil J-TIQ last year when the season Tories couldInot face anpt-her election optimistically with .the incubus tne. Lords on their iijacks. The govern- ment was faoed. "by an alternative.pol- "the schedule was-not. A lively, interest in these de- bates is anticipated. THE WAR IS ON jo into tneir roterits-'" Tile following i spen-d money'.in order to have all-the matters 'are. --opinion, of tne j advantages of a modern city, but I be- grea-ter importance'-Ib-.JLetlibridge: "neve that has been too 1. Inaugurating a- commission form careless about, the cost, and that they government, elected by .the people, nave "not received good value for the and responsible directly to the people, j large sums spent. Tne city work re- As the people vote on tnts question on: quires closer checking and the repre- irJUec. 12th., it will be the duty of tho sentatives ol'the people should council of 1911 to carry out their a-bout what is going on "than they.' structlons in that connection, and 1 j a0 at present: j do not see that the members of the Respectfully yours, council will then have any discretion ANDREW TIL-LEY. matter, but I wish to place on[ record 'my belief that such a. conimis sion form of government would be immensely to the advantage of Leth- POLICE WEBE i macm LetSkbrik Vis? m to i vcr TTL iiPi1 with Submitting to the people at an early date a -bylaw authorizing the council to proceed with the necessarv steps to have tradks laid for a street railway system. Tliis will include the putting flown of permanent improve- ments on the streets which should -be paved, so that, it will not be necessary to tfear up the streets again or do the work over twice, as has been done so oiten before. OUTDISTANCED with Supposed Biirglai'." Was Futile icy of their own 'in rs'soluuiun: .uifc, sotne details of that I.were lacking. The principal on wMch, the frovernment. took, its stand -was that iiua.Democratic country the rep- resentatives. of the people, ought to have the controlling .voice in its. pol- icy and the shaping of'.its laws. They- did not intend to sat .up a single .cbamber, they proposed -so changing two chambers'as. mas. In the course, of speech he said that their efforts at the veto conference being unavailing they.- had decided to .put "iside methods of com-' promise and declared war. The. Lib- eral party was stronger in the Com- J.L. i j qwlcMy stops coadna, colds. Deals mons than eleven months ago and the the throat and imuw! 23 cents. Premier Asquith' said the B'oro elec- Detective Egan and Sergt. Silliker] ran uwanselvus. of wind-in the j I 'believe that no more "Important: early hours of this morning chasing i wni .-rtrso Hc.rore a-v eoiiiicji R Tri3-Ti "wfewni thr-r believed to be burglar, any case, was And Uicv didn't! catch bim. Tbcr two officers were on their rounds through the lanes. Ahead oi bridge, and that without any delay. I am not so particular whether such Iran way is operated by tlie city pr by ja separate -corporation, but if proper (them a man in the terms cannot be made with some oneltfcc rear Oi t-hc Arlington Hotel. ri dlr tie in hand at ones. t.ioii The wo Ojgcers started to I believe too that the city should j faster, but the faster they walk- construct and own the railway tracks' ed tin- faster walked the unknown, within the city limits, whether they Then .they all broke into a run. They TOC soondrre which established the supremacy of the Edison Phonograph lies in'the point contact between the PhonograpK and the sapphire reproducing point. This is the point that conveys the sound from the Record to the audience. And right here is the secret, the perfect lifelike tone of the Edison instead "of a metallic, nasal tone. operate them selves or lease them to an operating company. A number of small towns are yelled to the fleeing man ordering him to stop, but he preferred to trust to his flectness oi foot. The officers were i handicapped with rubbers and'heavy ing; up around Letbbridge and it is a j overcoats, and after running a -Vioci matter of absolute necessity that these j or two were o.otnpletelv gave up the chase in disgust. iinisib' royal c? Agesil: for all of Southern Alberta, including High River and Brooks OP. the Northern Boundary Phones: Office 433, Residence 1142 Box 547 a.-Siui jjeLnoridgej, otherwise-these towns! will bleed Lethbridge instead of feed- j ing it, and until there is a railway j system within the city limits nothing j can ;be done toward the outside points, j With street railway construction, or I rather before it, must come tlie laying of gas mains and any other under- ground work wnich can be forseen I All SUCtt within the next period of years, and j the paving of the main or down town j streets through which the system must pass. 1 am in favor of carrying out the SA to PUBLIC SPEAKING Suffer from rheumatism You will find an almott perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in Help in Debating League Gladstone Virtue, vice president oi the Southern Alberta Debating League, has sent out invitations to j the different organizations and sod-1 ctw in the city to send representa- tives to a meeting io be held iti the old Y.M.C. parlors in thp basement of Wesley church Wednesday even j ing to make plans for debating" to .be j held here during the coming Any individual" interested in public speaking is invited to attend. Then- is talk oi organizing; a debat- ing len-gue among different, soci- eties in the city and from these, to pick Uio debaters for the league, de- bates Calvary, IIat and High Rivrr.' Thr I.r.-t u-am was ni the IKU.'.! l-iif Ertimm iu iiaiwn .Swords, S5c. to Tticre are V.rtison dralcrs fiverywiiere. Go to thf Tn-irrst and hrar KtJ'.Kin Plioliojpraph play both Edison and m ATtibwol Records. Get complete catslogs irsati you? r or trora us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 Avenue. Oracee, N. J., U. S. A. Mr. Edison made all sound-reproducing instruments possible but he perfected the Edison Phonograph. EDISON AND RECORDS SOUB EY J. G. Robert-sou Co. Third Ave. [ioods Co. 412 Fifth St. ;