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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The LeUibridge Daily "IT SEEMED LIKE THROWING MONEY AWAY THE LETTER BOX r dis- heartened. He had suffered so long with his Kidneys, and spent so much money on doctors without relict, he Bad made up his mind he could act be cured. Thee, he chanced to read about the wonderful Gin Pills, the great Kidney Remedy, and sent for a sample. mi _ J I I. I__. n fin t ACT REPRESENTING AGREE- MENT FOR SALE OF CHATTELS. To 'the Editor of Herald: have been trying 10 figure out whore the advantage of such act will be a tenet -to -the general public and 1 cauaot see where the advan- SEED FAIR AND POULTRY SHOW At Pincher Creek Was Sue-' List JS-1UUCV AXtLUl-Xl 1 .--------------1 .The pUls did him so much good that he tage is Derived from, but I beliexe immediately bought two full boxes And these two boxes of Gio Pills made him feel like another man. But let Mr. Fitzgerald tell his own story of a really remarkable cure. Provincial Asylum, Orillia June 18th. I hare much pleasure in stating that the ttjnple, which you sent me, led me to buy two boxes of Gin Pills from a local drug- gist They are the best remedy for Uric Acid Trouble that I have ever tried. I must say that before using Gin Pills, I had undergone a bag and expensive course of treatment by eminent special- ists of Chicago. They did me no good- it seemed throwing money away. I still keep a box of Gin Pills on hand and take one occasionally. I am pleased to recommend them and bear testimony to their efficacy. .P. FITZGERALD. Prize Winners I i it will be a detriment. It may 'be considered by our representatives iu i he Legislature us being abused, i.e., present method, but I believe that it could be retarded considerably. As in so many cases I know o: where salesmen have almost forced sales upon die rather meek or easy going class of people. If Chat sort or 'tiling could be stopped, and Jet chose wno want TO buy. buy of their I own free will aud accord. But when I they did buy they should be able to do as they wished with 'their own chattels. Also when a company, ill ru or individual did the business and sold goods or chattels which were iiig to be a benefit to the purchaser, some security in cases of Kidney and Bladder Trouble. If vou are a sufferer, write the National Drug Chemical Co. Dept. AD Toronto, [or a free sample of Gin Pills and try them at our expense. After you have i Ju anaiysing seen for yourself just what Gin Pills will 1 k.w dealer's, 1 I be that they to would j R Article. purchaser would pay for the uo buy the full size box at your dealer's, and remember that Gin Pills are told with a positive guarantee of a cure or rhe meaning of tiie study it, the more it (Special to the Herald) Pincher Creek. March was a very good attendance at the grain fair and .poultry show which was held here today. Farmers from all parts of the district were much in evidence, aud taking into consideration the fact that this was the aid act. J. R. AOA.R. Winnifred. March 2. i JL JL t I X I JL JL JL i T I I; i1 31 j T 2 t Gilbev's GUARANTEED GENUINE WINES AND SPIRITS are the best because they are absolutely pure and the finest quality for the money. Wlion you buy "Wines and Spirits, buy the best: the spurious, adulterated, impure article is harmful to the consumer, aud should be avoided at all costs. If you ask for, and insist upon having a bottle of Oiilhoy's, whether It be Port, Sherry, Whisky, Gin. Brandy or any other Wine or Spirit, you can be certain of its PVRITY, QUALITY AND GENUINENESS which are absolutely guaranteed by W. A. Gilboy. the la r post Wine aud Spirit merclt.-iiits in the world. GHbey's Pure Wints and Spirits on sale In Canada are: GILBEY'3 -Invalid p'r'. Wir.t. GILQEY'S Xhfrry n ofJ. 'S "rWtminf liiiryir.S.y" :hf Mixxi-nifcinj? High River, March inquest into the death of Charles Stanler Young, the bank teller found in the Dominion bank Sunday afternoon with a "bullet-hole through his brain, result ed in a verdict ot death bv shooting himself with a revolver, .cause of rash, act unknown. At 7.30 last night Coroner II. Nyblett of Macleod, empanelled j George Ash, Nathaniel McLaren, Ar- thur Shepperd, Alfred Kelly, Morley Seller and George Mack, foreman, as ury to yesterday's tra- gedy. John Knight, ledger keeper in the Dominion Bank, and Alfred Martin, room mate of the deceaned, testified to bcins; in the bank premises about o'clock Sunday afternoon with Young, who seemed to be in his us- ual good spirits. Witnesses went for a walk hut Young would not go. Re- turning twenty minutes later they found Young on the bed at rear of the bank offices in a pool of blood, a revolver lying beside him. Young had packed his trunk and returned some trinkets that morning but gave no hint of self-destruction. Dr. Buswell told of being summon- ed to the sci-nc and finding Young unconscious. He was removed to the hospital and died about 8.30 p.m. Scrgt. Thomas, R. X. W. M. P.. told of taking charge of the premises. HAS GOOD CHARACTER Dominion Bank Manager Leroy stat- ed he believed the deceased trustwor- thy and good-living boy. There had been nothing in his conduct sug- gest suicide. He received ample sal- ary and appeared to live within his means. Young, who was only 18 yrars of was of a very light hearted disposition. He Iraves a wi- ilowod mother at Edmonton. Decid- ed dissatisfaction exists here over the j fact that not a coroner is nearer than j Calgary or Macleod. Inquest could j not proceed today until the coronerj arrived from Macleod. FIT-REFORM NEW SPRING Hand'tailored, shown in fancy brown, grey and green shades of imported worsteds; fin- ished to measure. Prices to FASHION CRAFT SPRING SUITS- In all the newest shades of plain and fancy worsteds, hand tailored; finished to measure. Prices TO THE MAN WHO WANTS CHEAPER We have a large shipment of Progress Brand suits on the way, composed of tweeds, fancy and plain worsteds, which we'expect to place in stock within a few days. Prices to per suit. The celebrated Christie Hats in all the newest shapes prices to New Spring Shapes in Stetsons and The Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoe 'S Clntriw Cl--n-t ftro goll mi-ddt. GILQZY'S <7in pure ft GIUBEY'S Gin ir.-.S.r. GILSEY'S in faror. Glt-BEY'S Kcntth all n'.r ynr.i old, i'urt VaZt. GILBEY'S "Spfy Rvyal" Scoirh TThuvy rhoicf.c; m.J old ml procurable. GILBEY'S "Firf Star" a rtry old., pure prape Coynac. GILBEY'S Jamaica Rum a purr wholetomt Sjnril. The Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co., Lethbndge Agent? LABOR LEADERS ARE INDICTED. Philadelphia, March Grand Jury this afternoon returned indict- ments John .T. Murphy, presi- dent of the central labor union, and C. 0. Pratt, organizer of the carmen's union. Murphy is charged with riot- ing and inciting to roit, and Pratt with rioing, inciting to riot, and conspiracy. OUR SPECIALS TOR SPRING Men's Block Derby Hats, the newest shapes, Men's Black, Brown and Fawn Soft Hats, all shapes, price............W-oO Men's Working Shirts in heavy all colors, .ooc Men's Working: Boots, our special Men's Box Calf Bals, our special...... Men's Working Gloves, our special McKELVIE McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters i Lethbridge ;