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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta yiiursflay, March 9, pit. the lethbridgb daily herald THE Crosby Shoe~ Store HAVING ABSORBED THE GERMAN SHOE STORE AND THE ROYAL SHOE STORE, 18.NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT THE LATTER STAND, 210 ROUND st.. WHERE IT is DAILY RECEIVING NEW AND ATTRACTIVE GOODS SUPERIOR TO ANY IT EVER HANDLED BEPORE. Thlp family atorp. � well known for k* moderate prlc 68 (tnd HiibBtantinI Koods. ia prepared to raeel the wiuiis of all ooraei'R from l.he miners' ghoeH In Beveral varieties loathe latest creation in ladles' (iftiiity footwear. TtiB Crosby Shoe Storp has scoured the Rpeolal RRemy ot the RELINDO SHOE (For Ladles Only) The Rolindo Shoe is made under a special floxiblo weU proi^esp. and every pnlr is made with the cushion heel, whieh cannot, he found In any other shoe. They are linau-viful and dainty. T)ils storp has also the �g*hey for the 20TH CENTURY (Man's Shoe) which needs Hi tie introdur-tWa. They are all a man with tftsle cun desire In a dross shoe. A shlpmen" of these well known and reliable ghoes is now due in all the latest lusts, all s.uaranteod. It will he money to any '.ranting shoes to first, vlsii:. STOMACH DISTRBS AND DYSPEPSIA GO GOVERNMENT SUSTAINED BY A GOOD MAJORITY Mr. Bonlens' Motion to IMev Consideration of Re-(ipi'orit.v Resolutions Voted Fpon-Clifford Sifton aii.,..ed Harris, F?ran!ford, volcd with Mf. : Rordcii .Mr, (icrniiui. Ihc oilier Lib-; ; bolter, was iiol present, while' W, () Sealey. Liberal Ml', for Went i apepsln in the house handy? i ..... , ,! This harmless bletislnt wl'l digest , lion W. S. iMclding in reply said ' ,inj.,hing.-j-ou � can eat wHhoul iho i Uial Mil Horden's motion did not > slightest HlBCgmforl, and ovtrcome .-i ' call for a general discu.ssion of the ' sour, gassy Stomach five mlnutca nf- to deal ,, ^ , ' , , , ^, ., .. I T el vour phariiiaciat lo Isi. v.ia more parlicularly with the niaitcr formula, plainly printed on ihe-se ! touched on bv the motion. : ,Vj,. cases of Pape's lUiipepain, ihbn  I'he ai^reement had been discussed ! .vo" ^^I'l readily see why it make* lii- 11, ihe house and for hi. part he hop-� ""ff^'Jf"' ^�:;L!IT'T'\, ' , and other distress ko In five inlUMRS, v.oiili, who wa'^ supposed to lie -.i ] Hie ilisciissioii would Rn on be-^ ,.g]|eves at once siicl, miseries as boiler voleri wiMi llie frovenin.viil |''.iiise lie believed ( every dav is iieicliing of 0*8. ICriK-iailoiis of sour, ;-|'hr- lonservatives and .Vat innalists , nicre.ising the number of its support-:'indigested food Nausea. Headaches. �� rre remarked that "- i-.~ - o,h--ha;;-,rled so lonti '.o find |i!ial Sir Wilfrid LaurievK .speech had "� Horden's own .sur | relief from nidlgestlon and Dyspepsia I iiiaile liiin raoie against reciiirorit v j than beforo. .Sir Wiirrid had said the American I millers were feariiil tliat Canadian ^^^.^^ j,^^. country is for the agree-! Nervousness, Gastritis, (.�atarrh oflhe Stomach or Cancer. ' This, no doubt, is a serious mistake. �vnledsolidlv with Mr. Borden fie remarked that ^u. dehale i O;;;;;^--;,^^^^ ! Some folks have 'relief from Indlges V'-sliiiii ami he could not uiiderslaiur or an otit-of-order stomach' with the I ii,e obiect ,11 all th,-se si-le show mo-i every-day cures advertised!  . , , , , iihat they have about made up tbeir! Iiiii.s with the speaker hi the chair ,,,1^,^^ ^^ey have somethlne else; it, is ilial the oi)position know ! upong, or believe theirs is a case of: THE Crosby Shoe Store BOTH HIS LEGS AMPUTATED (Special lo the Herald), Pinchev Creek, Mairob S. - .Som� *'BekK ago a man named Georne Olin Iiad hi.s fifct frozen, and on hemp; taken to the hospital they were ajnputat *d first and then it was found neces-?ry to amputate his leRs below i l,e knee. He has locovcred from his or--ileal to Buch an extent that he will lie out, �j{ the hospit>nl in a few days !\Vho is to support him is a question the town council Is dealing with afd liave sent, to the attorney-Renera! f,n information as to their responsibility-___ TUe Qovoniment 1ms given the con tract for a second light house steamer to the Kingston Shipbutldlns Co. Pal pitation of The Heart. When the heart begins to beat irregularly or intermittently, palpitate and rhrob, jklp beats, beats fast for a time, then go slow us to seem almost to stop, : ^t causes great anxiety and alatm. ; Tlie least excitement or exertion .seems ka affect it. Many people are kept in a stale ot . forbid (ear of death, become weak, worn Isnd miserable, through this unnatural jBctionof the heart. To all such sufferers Milburn's Heart mnd Nerve Pills can give prompt and prcmanent relief. i .Mrs. John Thompson, Mill Co\'e. N B., ftvrites:-"Just a few lines to let you know wliat Milburn's Heart and Nerve 'iPills havt done for me. I have been 'lioubkil with weakness and palpitation iof tha heart; would liave severe choking 1b jeJU, and could scarcely lie down a t ^1. I tried many remedies bifT got none to answer mv ease like your pills did. I fcan recommend them highly to all suffer-lag with heart and nerve trouble." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pilis are got. per bo.\- or boxes for Si.j.s at al,' dealers or wilt be mailed liirect on receipt gi price by The T. Milburu Co., Limited, | I wlu'.at would dis|)lace the home i^town ' piXKliu I anil paper manufacturerK were i loi,kim: with desjioiiitifr eves on Canadian fore.-,ls If tliiK was true what 'need �as (here lor the buildint' of tin-I National Transcml iueni al iailwa\ . la.sked .Mr Rorden. Il,i\\ woul,l il !),� . possiiiie for .Viiierican wlieal In come 'iiiio Canada and (Ireat Britain aiaiii ' a. [ireii'rence to C.iiiadian �lieai iloiv could lliev ilisl in.Euisli belwceii \in jencaii wheat mixed with a quaniily I of Manitolia .Vo. 1 hard Mr Bor-' den inol: issue willi the pii'mii-i's an-Cil'iliv bet ween Mr. Foster and the In-I ilians, who parted willi their lieriiage for morelrieioiiK irinklcis. 'I'lie poli-.ticnl Indians oi Canada are todav on i the tvreai-airv henches, he said, be-jcaiiKc no iiilelli.nent Indian would embark on .siM-h an enterprise as proposed. *  * j .Sir Wilfrid ha,I adulated over llii' I policy of tlie t'.ovi'rnnienl in having the manufacturer anil farmer walk hand in hand for all pi ivile)i;es. This, , .said Mr Borden, ajjplii'd will, cnisli-MnK force to the fruit industry. Mr. ! Biirrell's question was apropos The ifarmeis of Canada, sanl Mr. Huriieii. jwo'ild iioi be saiisfleil to compete � will! Ihe ii.itiirni products nl fiuirleen couniries, and pay duly on all manii-: faCtured products wliicli name into the coiinlry. The li'ader of the opposition gave iiiarliel (|U,itations to 6iiow that when the laiifl' wa?; taken off beef anil pork, .shipments from Ai-gentinc r reiiprocii \'. t'anadiaiis liail uorn out a i;ood ili'al ,1! leather in Solng, to W iishina,ton, now let Wash-inetoii wear on' siime slme leatlier e.rniing, to iMl.Twa. ir.ent and desire to ui^'*' certain men^ heis 10 the left of the speaker an op- ! ^oiir real trouble la, what you eai does portuiiily 10 do,lt;e the vote As for 1 ,or,mgeBt; instead', it fermeu'lB" "aiiti Ih,' Liberals Ihey desire,1 10 v,;te an,I i aoui's, turns to acid. Gas and Stomach uould inalie il their luisiness to see ' I'O'soii, which putrefy in the dlgestlva thai opposition meirhers placed them , V^*.!"''?;^*'"'' i " ' Ison the breath with nauseous odors.' s.-l\es on record. I a hearty appetite, ivith thorough di-! Ml. Fielding; repeateil tliat he would i ,i;esfion and without the sllghieBt dls- eot luiter into a di.sciission of 1 he '''"'"''�^'''t �lni lie pnid some brief altention. been the deliberate intention of the; The goiernmeiii, lie said, would be pre.sident and congress had been frug-j glad to have bis opinion on this or ' trated by a few (ilibusterers who had ; ain- other (luest-ion. They had ditler-^ prevented a vote being taken. Some, ed with ium in the past and would ; nf these JilibiisterR would not be mem ! dirier with liiiii. in the iutnre, no ' ber.s of the new senate. Mr. lir. Fielding in conclusion reiteraV-Taft b\ calling an extra se.-sion of : ed his belief that the agreement cnn^Lie^s so protifplly had loyallv liv- i should be dealt with by the house, ed up to the terms oi the agreement j When the .\merican congresB definite-and for the Canadian ministers to jy declines to ratify the agreement it fail 1,1 do so would he a breach of j would be lime to consider what faith, which woulil dishonor the gov-| .should be done next, ernireiit and parliament of Canada,; Mr. Foster, Mr. 'McLean (.South the ' The Rev. Wm. Patterson Opens Evangelistic Campaign The large audience that greeted Ho\ Ur. Patterson at Knox church last niijht, found that he has brought; to Lcthbridge a gospel of gladness. �'Sunny Alberta" is sunny because theie are no clouds between the earth and the sun. in the same way a man'.s life is sunny when there iire no clouds 1)etween him and the Son of lUghteousnesB Last night's meeting showed that a number of churches in the city are interested in the mission and arc willing to co-operate with Knox churcii. Several churches and pastors were represented in the audience. who li.steiied to Dr. Patterson for the first time were impressed with the faejL that he measures up to the excellent, reputation that preceded hint. In th(? unavoidahle ahsenoe of Rev. .\. M. tinrdon. pastor of the church, who i.s attending a meeting oi the I'resbylery at Calgary. Rev Mr. Shearer presided Mr. Weaver, who accompanies Dr. Patterson as chorister, made a favorable impression on the audience and sang a ccuple of solos. He is a good leader and has a splendid voice. In his opening remarks Dr. Patterson stated that the meetings were not "special" except on so far as they were being held .si.\ days a week latitead of one. He asked for the cooperation of the audience and request ed that they pray, come to the nieet-iugs and hrin(t others. The address was an exposition of why David at one time in his career was not being used and how he got out of such a condition and was based on the words, "Then will I leach transgressors thy way and shall be converted unto thee " A bird.seye view of David's life and character showed him to ho great as a hero, a musician, a singer, an organizer, a writer, and .-is a man of God. Men do not fall out of cellar windows but from an elevation. They can't fall when they're down. This is true in the spiritual realm. Men fall from service to uselessness. David fell and was rendered spiritually unconscious. WEEK-END BARGAINS For tlie week end onlj' we are offering special prices in tlie following Bed Room and Dining Rooin .Furniture. An Inspection of these artioirs will convince you they iire genuine bargains. RrJKF'P'l' qnarter cut golden oak; lai're sUed cupboart. * Un�n and two small drawers, one lined lor siWer. Shaped BrlUsh bevel plate mirror. Regular $36.00. On sale ai ................................,.......*C I "O.!!, extension table J^^^eV c'u^ I.tA'TUI polished; 5 large fluted legs. Regular t2�.75. CO4 OM For Bale at .......................................9& I �m9 set dinixNt; room cilairs cut golden oak. gentitne leather spring seat. lUgiilM* t^M^ Kin $65.00. On sale at .............................94SawV r 1J^K� i^rge �nd two small drawcri; l� � 11 British bevel plate mirror. Regular 180.26. CO^k On sale at .......................................9mmm^V nXtV^HVIf QUAfter cut golden oaki 2 large and I mntlH IJEiXiOraciv drawers; top 40 In. x 20 In.; RrttlaU bevel 0lat� mirror 22^1 .S2; very nea/t deeign. RegiUar Iti.TC. CAB BA On sale at .........................................9C9e9U. BAWDEN BROS. We UphoUter and do Repair Work 608 3rd Ave. S. Phone ttS When brought to consciousness he ask ed lor cleansing ; for the presence of the spirit to ill him for service, and for the restoration of the joys of salvation. In speaking of clcaDBlnit, man was compared to a vessel that required cleansing before being tised, and as being uhnble to cleanse himself. It was also shown that a Christian of the real type has joy, peace and in his life." If the past is buried and the future assured why should this not be the case" The public arc invited to the meet;-ings tonight and ton-orrow night. Mr Patterson is a foremost Presbyterian clergyman. For many years he was pastor of Cooke's Church, Toronto, and later he went to Philadelphia, as pastor of what is commonly called .John Wana- m^ker's church After ht .aaMtii4e� his flvangellitic tour in Westers Canada, Mr. Pattoxson will take (Ai^rge of the leading Presbyterian church in' Belfast. Ireland. I WILL DISMISS THE �ISHOP - ; Lisbon, jtfarch 8.-^The government' haa decided to dismiss the Bietaop ot (Jporto, on the groun4 that be urcef ithe prieats ot bia diocea* to rsad-th* I forbidden pastoral letter, and eaeour aged the people to revolt. 8ovcral� prieatB have been arreat�il for rMd-i inf; the letter to their congragBltajDa;! I'he eommunlcatloa, whilo �ttlBcl forth that It Is the duty of CatboUca jto respect constituted authorltlea, ov-' !Gn though these he hostife to Cuthol-' llcism, adds that if the new law Is tin-jjust and contrary to the law of Qo4; it is not 'binding upon Catholics. :nid-\ ilie honorable gentleman practice 11, i;oni,e('tlon with the fram- J ou-atn 1:1 tite lion-e ..f represenlu- and n.n to Ins motion,' Mr Fielding ,'jnj, of Ihi.s a.i!,reement m-ust, he said,' ii\es. uoiilil prohahU pass special leg- replieil He added that what had ! apparenI to e\en a .school boy. lie ,get,ernl tariff �- 'l reminded M.i Korden that .Sir Chas Tupijer li.irl iii'eotinted a secret agrce- islatioii ilealim; with 1,�vision and 1'anada 1,light gel more liiau under tins aciangenii'iit He also (luoled Lord SheiiKiriip's repot I Oil the laril'l eonferniice in .South .Attica in 1811.') The u.jion slated that surrnpi it lutis pioreeiliiigs wi're higiilv satisfactory. Mr. Rorden was oppos-eil to any scheui'e of .ieciel tariffs. Here was a ea.^'-una a|riecmeiit v.hich must not he .nltrvcd Mr P.or den said that his Bttiliitle ai; to the Firitisli preference iiad not changed. He would stand for the Empire flrsl, against the world. ,inii c.niaila first in the Flmpire \ mill in ''annda was wiirlli as inii,'!, u, the Kinpire as one ill liom Toronto,! ning n''i\u-h vv-inter, I.seeiu to e.aich rold one ft ,uii I'^an. Ont , and one; ._, , , , ,..... very ei,i'y. I h;ive been so hri.irse thnt ii-,ij|i i algar^ .M Ilie .same meeting the repuhhe Plia high mission can i to spenk loud enough ro he was .appointed engineer nest he fulfilled wl^cr. Canadians are hoard ;.crcjcs the room., IJlonueii was appi cufc .ur inspired hy a heliei in ilieir instiLi- however, a friend advised mo to try Dr. 1 f^i eiigineei tor Ihe electric light thP.r ri^tinv then cuunttv \V,y,ds -Norway Pine_Synip, it plant at Slif. a month. O D In conclusion \li Hoiden sa'd : "1 realize thai I'aiiid.i ii.K ,1 iil.iin diil\ and a graM' iivs|i,.nMInli 1 \ in one iiii portant aspect .'^hr ,,iiglit to be. I trust she will I,,'. .1 liond 01 uniim ami fif amitv liciwceii the l-'.iiipire ami hnd helped her. 1 bouglu a bottle and : pinni^ci (, ivas a|ipointed assessor. 1113' '.. -i" . -. .. I- If - - t I - _ - - ' tioiiK, their destiny. then i.^unrittv ant: themselves, as .:i;icnse as thai 'opfore li wxs half used I was completely wlii.-h pervaded :l'.e people of the cured. I .'il.'O hnd if a good medicine lor I ,Mn,Aw uirAn-c MAvrte ncA.n Sra,.6.' our .irons de.ermina-iou to the ehildn-n when they ha^e cold." ! '"^Ztu yi^^ri->  uiofli�r o. .^ngUB MoKa.>. di-hrnrt Iir our own efforts and a K^tig . j^^,^,.. ,],e price 2.'; cem.�. rector nf the Kxperimenta! Farm, is "^vn lines ..II most surely w 111 Hf-umfaeturod onlv by The X. .Milburu , 'ead. after a tew days' illness. Me was the respect of our ncighhors, who Co.. Limited. Torpnto, Ont. iengngea in the hardWr* btyijaegi. WOOLLEN BLANKETS-(Gray only) Regular $2.00 t� $4.00 a pair, st a discount of 25 per cent. COMFORTERS-Only a few of these left. Regular $1.65. To clear at ........$1.25 MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR- (Pen-Angle brand, medium weight) Natural color; reg. 65c a garment. Bargain price, per suit ..................95c DARK GRAY COLOR-Regular SOc a garment. Bargain price per suit .....$1.25 OVERSHOES-All kinds at a discount of 25 per cent. MEN'S rtUBBER BOOTS-Per pair .. $4.00 MEN'S WOOLLEN SOCKS-Per pair . . .25c MEN'S AND BOYS' SWEATERS-At a discount of ...............25 per cent. MEN'S WINTER CAPS-At dis. of 25 p.o. MEN'S WINTER MITTS-At dis. of 25 p.c. MEN'S WINTER GLOVES-At dis. of 26 p.c. MEN'S WORKING SHOES-Our stock of thasa goods is far too heavy and we are offering apeoial prioe* on them. LADIES' RUBBERS-Par pair ........Mc MISSES' RUBBERS-SIxea 11 to 2; pair SSc MEN'S RUBBERS-Par pair .. .�1 an4 91.26 BOYS' RUBBERS-Sices 1 to 5; pair. .76e BOYS' RUBBERS-SIses 10 to 13; pair 66c DINNER SETS-A good aaaortmertt of patterns: prices ranging from $8-90 ta 917.SSi at a discount of 20 per cent. TOILET SETS-10 pieeea, pricea M>rS ta $5.00, at a discount .of 20 par cent. FANCY GLASSWARE AND CKIPM->-Tha balance of our Xmas atook, at i diaoount of 20 per cent. We have just received a large ahipmant of Ladles' Whitewear, Including waltta; corset covera; drawera and night draaaaa. Wa hava larga ahlpmenta of dry gaada and creekary new In tranait and axpact tham to arrive within � faw days. Do not overlook our Grocery Department. We carry a lai'ge Ntock of only the leadinjjl^ brands in all liues of good�). For the benefit of our custoniers v.h� do not have a telephone we call for orders and deliver them the same day. We guarantee (satisfaction w cheerfnlly refund your nione.>. Morden & Bennett General Merchants North Lethbridge 526 Westminster Road (13th St.) Phojne 1346 .1 � � ;