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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 23, 1910. THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD 5 SENSATIONAL SUIT PRICES PRICES TALK STETSON HATS flO AH Stetson Hats AH and Stetsons tf 9 7 C the profits, men J Men's Odd Coats Men's Odd Pants Get your size-only 50t each TOWN TALK Waddington-Stuckey move in a few days to their new handsome Gray's Hardware 2 doors south of their present premises. We donyt want to move the have moved the prices instead See the way the Prices are moved It's Moving Time Now for You and Our Prices MEN The Mighty ValueV at Waddingtori-Stuckey's MEN'S Not mach.money but piles of ..Aft' good overcoats V" Peabody's Overalls and Smods (M 1A Instead of by the late. John A. Roeb- ling, was S21 feet 4 inches long be- tween the centres of the towers and was carried 'by four 10-inch steel ca- If so, we ask you to enquire amongst yonr friends the value of Zain-Buk for this ailment I You cannot but meet how excellent it is. Mr. K. E. Hill of SheTlin, Man., I suffered long time with piles and tried ituEaerons remedies, bwt effect. Having tried sample Zam-Tink xnA heinfy Ktr the result, I persevered, using two boxes. It worked like magic, and effected, a complete cnre in a rery shore time." Mr. James Buddy of Killaloe, ,0nt., says I suffered greatly from piles. The pain from these as irbo suffers from them will know al- most unbearable. I tried first one remedy and then another, bat all with- out efiect. Then I hoard about Zaia- Buk aod determined to give this won- derful balm a trial. I obtained a supply and commenced with the treatment, and to my great joy, after perseverance with Zam-Buk, I obtained permanent relief from the Agonizing pain of the piles. Having been cured by Zsm-Buk I heartily recommend the balm to all sufferers. Zara-Buk also cares inflamed eczema, scalp sores, ulcers, abscesses, cold sores., chapped hands, frost bite, CTita, bums and all skin Injuries and diseases. All drwgglrts and n tores at 50c box or post from Zam-Bnk Co., Toronto, for prica. Bftfuie snbstitwes and imitations. RINCHER AND" SHEEP HERDER Bow Near Cardston Air- ed in for Trial At Cardston on Monday before E. N.'Barker, J.P., the preliminary hear was concluded of 'two charges I brought by George 0. Renner, a sheep herder, against James Smith a ranch- er, arising out of a conflict between two men near Milk River Ridge on Monday the 14th inst. The charges preferred were one of assault, and the other for arson. It appeared that on the morning of the 14th .inst. the' sheep herder, with some sheep, was on some graz- ing land claimed by the rancher. The rancher spoke to the sheep after some little "argument the ranch- er got ofi his horse, the sheep herder pulfed oft his cpat, and "a general mix- up took place, in which the sheep-herd er came out with the worst of it- with a considerably damaged countenance. The rancher admitted the but- denied the sheep herder's statement lhat the rancher had struck him with a loaded quirt, and the rancher's statement Avas confirmed by Olsen, the only eye witness of the" trouble, 'who was called for the prosecution. The second charge was reduced from the serious charge of arson to the chief, after considerable argument be- tween Mr. Laurie, who appeared to prosecute and R. A. Smith, who ap- peared to defend. According- io the sheep herder's story he was return- ing to his sheep wagon the same d-ay about 6 p.m. He heard a noise, but i saw no one. He got a rifle and some j shells out of the wagon and went 75 yards away from it, and immediately j after saw his sheep wagon fired, and I by the light of the fire saw the ac- j cused, at whom he fired four, shots, taking care no't to hit him. Cross-examined, he denied ever go- ing inside the wagon or lighting his fire and admitted that although he saw several people within the" next fwenty-fourMiours, and talked the matter over with them, he never sug- j gestcd to any of them that the ac-1 cused was the man who had burnt' him out. Ultimately the accused was remand- ed on bail for trial on both charges at the next sittings at Lethbridge. BOMS WAS THROWN IN TENEMENT HOUSE New York, Nov. explosion of a bomb in front of a tenement i house on West Forty-Seventh street today, badly damaged the front of the building and caused a wild panic among the families, who occupied the j si ructuro. The police reserves quelled the panic. Thursday Friday Nov. 24th-25th C. P. Walker Presents The Merry Musicians A refined entertainment of Humorous .Novelties THe Troupe of Pierrots Prices 25c, 50c, 75c FIERCEST STRUGGLE HAN'S HISTORY Present Political Situation! Has Aroused the Pub- lic as Never Before-Prominent Men Assaulted .by Damaged. Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the talented .English, actress, arrived in New York city recently from London. She is soon to take the leading part in Henry Bat- ailles four-act drama; "The Foolish virgin." The Ladles of Lethbridge May Xovr Grow Beau- tiful Hair Alberta Drug Book Co.. backed .up by the manufacturers of SALVIA, the great hair grower, guarantees it to grow hair. SALVIA destroys dandruff in ten days. The roots of tlie hair are so nourish- ed and fed that a new crop of hair springs up, to the amazement and de- light of the user. The hair is made soft and fluffy. Like all Americar preparations SALVIA is daintily per- fumed. It is hard to find an actress who does not use SALVIA continually. A large bottle for 50c. London, Nov. political campaign is being -rith a-Ssrce ness almost unknown in England, both by the politicians and suSra- gct-tcs. "The battle on. Downing street, which was fought this afternoon when I several hundred sufiragett-es at temp t- ed to storm the premier's residence, assaulted Mr. Asquith'and Augustine Birrell, chief secretary for Ireland and broke many windows in the gov ernment surpassed all previois spectacles of the sort. About 150 wo men and several men supporters are in the police stations tonight. Fol- lowing an announcement by the pri: a minister in the House of Commons if he w-ere still in power the next session or parliament the gov-! ernment would give facilities for the consideration of a suffrage bill, a large body of women were inflamed rather than placated by this'promise, which was characterized as "nothing) more or less than an insult to the i j and left Caxton Hall in! search of the premier. They found him i on the way to Downing street and immediately formed a hostile cordon, One woman struck the government leader, and the -premier would have fared .batiiy had not large detachments j of police come running to his rescue, j The police had great difficulty in putting down the disorders, .and the rioting continued into evening when squads of women attacked Ihe residence of Sir Edward" G-rey, the foreign secretary, Churchill, i the homo .secretary, and Lewis I-Iar-j court, secretary of state for the col- onies. used as a retort by the Liberals, he said since William Astor announced that he was a candidate for the Conservatives "from Plymouth. The principal move of the day was Pre- mier Asqutth's attempt to placate the laborites by promising to intro- duce legislation' solving the difficulty which arisen on account of the Osborne judgment. The Labor-Irish party met tonight an-d declared that was wholly unsatisfactory. The United Irish League has issued a manifesto against the Lords calling landlordism and the House of Lords Synonimous. The manifesto which is signed by John Redmond and Mr. O'- Connor is s: violent of the House of Lords as the only ob- stacle of home rule. It describes Lord Lansdowne as an "Anglo-Irish landlord, whose family name is written deep in that coffin ship the Lansdowne hospital ward and the thftiisAiwis unmarkfd craves graves where perished the poor pco-1 pie who were driven from the Lans- downe property in the days of fam- ine. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Small farmers are encouraged In by government loans, for which y per cent, is charged and collected by the tax gatherers. Besides Great Britain, the coun- tries which have old age pensions are Denmark, France. Belgium, Germany, Xew Zealand and Australia. Stones crashed through the win- j dows of the houses. Sir Edward j Grey is bearing the brunt of attack. One" spied Mr. Birrcl strolling! through St. Janics Park to the Ath- enaeum Ciub, and swooped down over the aged statesman knocking his hat over his eye-s and kicking him about i the legs. When help .came and the j women were driven off, Mr. Birrell i limped to his motor car on the arms of a policeman.' Mr. Churchill addressed a big meet- ing this evening from which several of the women's cause were" dragged out by the. police. Mr. Churchill strongly defended the pro- priety oi Irish-American contributions I to the home rule cause. The cry of j American dollars ;vas likely to bo' Inside the remains of a mammoth found in Siberia were vegetables hith- erto unknown science, evidently re- lics of the prehistoric animal's food. Do You Eat Meat? If you do, we to get acquainted you. We can prevent all, the iinpleasairtiless caused by poor meat. 'Everybody -the .cook, housekeeper and gets ruffled .iwlieri meat I? not fresh and tender. Only the Best Leaves This Shop We are determined to build up a tion for reliability; You get.only tie choic- est whether you phone, send a child or come yourself. It will pay you to test us. We handle everything and deliver promptly. G.A.DELANEY Phone 452. Hill-Block, Duffarm Street. P, shoo is not connected with any other shop in the city. We do not buy meat from any other shop. CLEANING PRESSING Work guaranteed. W. H. JACKSON 313 Smith St. A species of stiff grass, which grows abundantly in India, is used for sticks in making matches in that country. During the first five months of this year not a single merchant vessel fly- ing tue American flag arrived in Bu- enos Ayres. Ate Unwisely Sometimes people do. and suffer, because the stomach balks. relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload. The lover of jjood things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we will mail them. DID YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept-has a well deserved reputation, for executing: the most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain in their action this weather and guess at the time quite a hit If you hare a clock in your house suffering in that manner, let our Repair Departme-nt take it In hand and you may be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article oi jewelry that wants repairing, bring it along and we will be pleased to fix it for yon. Charges moderate E.A.EWERT--. Round St. Oliver Block ;