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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEEALfi CLARKE CO The LadMs': Store Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Fur-Lined Coat Special Mink ColUr and Reveres, r.t pure wool coveting i End In Sight i ;4.r.-. tuirtfay, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Sale 't- vT'i splendid" value giving and general satisfaction it's teem oiggest kind oi a success. If rusk wortliybitne name and interest lias increased as tke exceptional sav- ings establist Uf; of sales tbat we scarcely taped to reacn in any one months business Bargaih-Gvpifc Event tiU the doors dose of Wednesday, November ITS exceptional savings tWugkmt our entire fall stock stock at the lowest prices to be in tKis country representing at ;regidar pricesv not onlyour of exceptional values, kit of merchandise that is desiraUe and dependably m every sense of Critical willingly next four days-it will bring them wonderful returns Moire Days of Bargains line of More Days 2 ,_ in every c-'i and Tkble Bariias Four More Days of Bargains "in every line of Sheetings, Towels and Bedding Four More Days of Bargains in every line of 1 and Uixderwear every it .'1- n- and JUacesi Four 0ayi Final Clearance Bargains it Coatsv Sfe Kimbitas, etc Four More Days of Bargains in every line of v Blouses "arid Flannelette Wear J-feys of Bargains aM Four pore Days of Bargains Four More Days of Bargains I in every line of Gloves and Four More. Days of Bargains in every line of Shawls and Knit Goods 4- -9 U" HUOH.U1 Cfty So-llcltor C.. has fry the city ap is! Bill Gets Favor-: Rev. Kasli preached oa Sunday morning- at the 'Mrs. Yon Wald, and', in' tlis. afteraoo-h in the' "newly-completed Some of X" HetherirLg" MICHENER .LWIJLL, -J- -ACCEPT. CHALLENGE Red-Beer. Miqh.- P. P.--for this coa- .y criticized for -accept- IOYS PLACED PRESIDENT DIAZ IN ON PROBATION COMPLETE CONTROL 3ng--coal. fcr- 'Nearly all-the --boys who appeared? under. Children's. were at 1' early j'today ,-cocfirmatoiry v oi t regorts .circurv dispersed, by- the :fo( '.Jiltflirf' bV .'i'-his' to -as he is putting'- the toiiclr on tliG is "siTIl j health, "which is--a-' very." cheerih' -fac f thes sary for; me, is to Probation Officer Tae- ehioi' offence :of eieven of--the iboys'-tvas They all, ja-ciirutted windows and.were-j very sorry, rt appeared that fwo ____i ooys i Io-Maine, tiiev liaA-inc leil t-be revolutionary ioirce' aid' a-'small body of federal troops war Guerrero, It said that .the rebel ..shot down TThdle leading his forces, engage-', ment at Guerrero .fightiBg.bf a serious .nature is reported today and: everything, indicates.! tliat .-tie; is in complete cpatrpl. v COWLEYv.N.OTES equate for his j though he has lately completed a is felio-w-'s and Look mtto felloTrs, astray. One of] Has'ordered the material for a large. ami ocfice to-be built tUe building This, new b'uild- 2d and'already eraKorders for concerned m xhe oreaSmg ot WmdoWSjflBnces lo held in the s iou5 hal, IVOVri t T- sffo k-, p gray, rulby from--'' Absolutely .all' Percy Crosby, ditions that they lost the pay due jl-them. As an eirployer of'labor be pi5ujd ;see--no objection to the bill. the roin-es of thss south had i akeaidp-adopted the principle of fnrt- The Corking" classes Should; get their wages, as soon as pos- sible, .-aitei" earning them. Hpii.v ,Q. M. Mitchell moved'.the scc- on'djreading'of toe-b.ill, amending the ordinance, -aiicr. Hon.'.'- Duncan .Marshall's bill providing for...the elim- 'ination' ot-the'mortgage clause in [farm was passed. j Questions Answered i In reply.to M'r. .Michener's question I submitted'showing that the deticit from tire hail insurenee con ducted by the government was 73-l.Z" The receipts were of and the new' rV-aiTOS pu t in sape, aiia ae t oop tfie charge of siealfn obtaining, the to i'Si'se pretenses, has! it? 'iuonjited pqfic to date, and now reside in same. summer he sold a learn of horses to ordered to pay for the uaaiasre s. tsie toral araouni; being appor- accongst them'. young iac{ Trito has been into ser- troabie several limes before and wlio v.-as receuily c-aug-ht stealing a chicken, was placed upon probation again, and warned that he was bavins his last chance and if ae is the cause sent 'down "to a three years' term in a ret'onwatorr school. ilr. informs us ,tUat lie in- tends exrending his store next spring. The Ladies' Gniild held'a very suc- cessful bazaar.. last week, net- ting about Sl-SO. -All.- the- youth arid -fashion were preseac, Mr. J. C. Drury, of "the Glen Ranch, has .imported as nice a birqch of pirre. bred Perciierons as ever came into this The- consist- td of ten .registered mares and one stallion; 'all of wnich arrived in a- nis present building is quite inad- {special car to-day. 1010, for the- following: fipn to buildings., -other- than.- '.-tele- phone construcilbh; amount SI, 51- 802.90; purchase af sit-es other than W. Taylor -has removed-. his shack Don L. Kimball of Grassy .Lake and from 15 to S-ll.i'.Mr. Taylor is him clear title to them.' rt.after-1 two-Sawcbuck-boys were_placed Uvards turned that the teani" was; been by Galfagher'to F. K. Ma- t'ound, and is being developed in 3-10. son. 'J. K. C'ner.ey anci other rae'mbers Should this report materialize ir9, :.pf tiie- Z. Ivlason Land Co.; w'ith other surrounding townships 'hs. had bougb: them.. cases OT other little fellows who nome result of his accident. It is reported that-coal has j upon probation. Snpt. Chad wick aay-i ing that it' that did not do them good he would endeavor to get 1 Home. rejoice. Mrs. Derrick bas returned from S. Dakota, "and is this time 'accompanied hearing and was remanded in'custody Gallagher appeared before 'Inspector lay for his preliminary aVe by her aged father. P. O'Hara. sr., who tomorrow. seems new delighted with this promising 'TURIN'NEWS cases Ste.ve vaselink wandering from their living in the coulees and pro-j curing" goods from stores under false ing pretenses, also came up and was held) over in order that Sapt. Cbadwick can make -investigation into taeir home aud j conditions, s assault-' Thop. Hall, the Staffordville vil- lage constable on the night of Sunday came up before C. H. West A, numoer of the'Tnrin young people yesterday afternoon. Vaseliiik Just as the commissioners were finishing up the other cases Detective- attencied t-ne dance given at aid's hall on Friday. All report a fine telephones, amount con- time. struction of steel bridges, i M- t' A literary .society was organized on 'L'aursday evening. The first program Many.school children, suffer, from constipation, which ,.is> often the "cause of seeming stupidity berlain's Stomach, -and Liver. Tablets lire an idfxil raedicine to give a child, ror they are gentle in their of will- cure o-veu. chronic- con- be given 'on 'XVednesday found guiir.j- and one' juuuu ouiu.j, tiiiu ,.LU UJiy in an allev month's imprisonment. Andrew" Evans was remanded until next Tuesday. Group is most.-prevalent during the Sergt. Egan entered with two -boys, Sinclair and Olsaski by names, who at that very moment he had caught rrying off a small heating stove which they had taken from a Chinaman's back yard. They admitted taking the stove and said they carrying it to a second hand store dry colrt weather of the early winter commissioners also placed these young children two boys on-probation. Mrs. Gibson-is, enlarging her resicl- [should ..be prepared for.it., Alt.Jiat is I once. C! a-ere! 5 Green is sap'ci-5ntec'd- is a bottle of xvork. j Cough-.Remedy. ..Many, mothers'1..' are 'never wfcTiput, ittn it Ingram; who jias been ill. with j ,ias Sold I uiiu- T> iji MCCU in., wjni ttieua i '.stipaiipn. .Sold by all .dv'uijgists. j pneumonia, Is-in-'the hospital, Two stores ir. Midale, Sask., be- longing to SI. A. Moshcr and to We- din Bros., respectively, were veslerd.iv-. It Pays to :JBIue Ribbon Tea. This is id-lie iio inatter whether you are rich or poor. A poor inan will be pleased at larger quantity he gits, while 4 miliioiiaire wlio vrauts the best must have Blue Bitibon. Buy a packet aiid if you do not f ijid it superior to the tea you have been using can return it and receive the full purchase price from your grocer. ;