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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A CUT GLASS SPECIAL for ^riciaj/ and Saturday J^fternoons Oni'y one piece io a cuatomer^ and on/y NOTHING NEW IN THE DEBATE tAe articles Hated below will 6e on sale WORTH FOR 2 only, (i 111. XappioK........ 1 pair Su{iar ami i'rvani..... !i^5.s.� !ii:5.�r> 1 pair Siigfar and Crcaiii..... $8.50 $B.3r� 6 only, boantlfnl Tinnblers . . $fi.50 .irv province but, British t'olumhia, 'uliicli lie alleged was lieing punisheil ! for seniling five 'i'ories to the house.  ][( said that jfwould have been het-' fer for the. government to have 'removed ihe duties on /.inc, and lead than on fruit Mr MieUeny.in of >'ape Breton had the f1oi>r when the iiouse adjourned. MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOTJATISFIED GIN PILLS ARC GUARANTECO Everf V)Ox of GIN PHLS is sold with a positive ctisrantee of money back if tbey fail to ^ivc prompt relief atid lo affect a cure if proijcily used. We know jnst wliat GIN PII.US l�ve done for others and will do for.you. We know that GIN PILI.S have been sold in all parts of Caiindw for y^ara and to-day are the most popular and most effective kiduey remedy in the world. We know that CilM VlUhS will promptly aoothe the irritated Bladder, relieve ronge�ition of the KidnevB, take away the soreness in the Back and through the hips, and completely cure Kidney Trouble and Rheviniatism. We positively ipiarantee that GIN PfLUS will do thit and we pledge ounielvet to return your money shotild GIN PlLIvS not do all that we claim forlhem. Buy GIN PILLS on ttiis guarantee, backed by the largest wholesale drug house in the British Empire. joc > box-6 for #2.50-at daalen or from u� direct. Sample boi free on request. National Orug nnd Chemical Co., Dept. A.I)., Toronto. j4 HERALD WANT ADS PAY Svery ^iece is of the S^est 9//anu/dcture Stafford-Agnew Co. "if you live out of town, writt ua." AO EVENT AT MONARCH (Contributed.! Our deepest aympathy goes out to ur {rl�tida, Mr. and Mrs. C. f.. .Moore. In the bwretivement they have suffered In the logs of their baby dnuRbier. The Had erent took place on .March M, and l*'as very 8udden. The fiinerHl was held on Saturday, the first pari of rhe liflrvlce being couducied In ibe home liy Rev. A. W. Sale. Quite a number I)f th� town folk were preB�iH at the kouae. The body wa� iiii.errea at ClaresUolm, and the officiating miii-ilsior was Rev. K. 1). Siaiinard. The casket bore raauy floral irlhiues land the Inseripllon read: I Siella Perley Moore Aged 6 Months � Wr�ath.s from tho pareni.s and the I following were noliqed: .Mr. and Mrs. j Weaver, the Bachelors' Ciub. .Mis.s Jackson and .Miss Holmes, spray; .Miss t'opp and Airs. Pelleiier, siiray; Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, boiiciuei. .\Ir. Geo. j Riusrose, of riuresbolm, hart chnrge ,01" the funeral arrangements. ONTARIO ORANGEIVIAN TAKES BROAD STAND ON RECIPROCITY Barrie, Ont., Mareh The Grand Oiaup.e Lodge of Otuarlo West opened Us anr.ual session here today with a large at tendance. Grand Master Marry f.ovcloek's address was a review of evpiits of Interest lo the Prolestai ^ public during the past year. The Ku-iliarisiir congress in .Montreal last sum tner he made tlie subject for scathiUB comment. Heoiprooiiy is viewed and discussed from the patriotic standpoint. "Whatever flie merits of the conten-llons of the political parties may be,' said the Provincial Qraua .Master, "we as a loyal and patriotic association, are bound lo support the British connec-�ion." A strong pronouncement is called for by the Grand Master on the (luestlon of l)i-llni?ual schools. Oppp-siiiou i-o Home Rule for Ivelnud on the pround that il would nieati liorae rule '�.its declared. Judging from the resulte of the "LoBt and Found" column of the Herald, owners of lost articles appear to have found in it a regular "Kiireka." Among many instances, au ad-vertlaeincnt, a few days ago, restored to Its wearer intact such a fragile article as a pair of goldl'imraed spectacles. In the issue of Monday, .March fith, there appeared the loss of a gold watch, with a fob set with an amethyst, and. on tlie Tuesday afternoon I'ollowlng, the missing timepiece with it.B appendase was banded in at the Herald office. "Find the Person or Thing you are looking for by usinfi-Herald Want Ads." is no idle legend. A VICTORY FOR PINCHOT Cliicago, March 9.-Walter I.owrie l-isher, newly appointed secretary of the Interior, succeedine Richard A. Balllnger, whoae reslKnaflon was accepted today, has been one of Gilford Pinchot'a staunchest supporters In the matter of conservatior. o[ nalufnl resource's. He was president of the Conservation tieague ot .\merica and is now vice president of Ihe National tonBervation asBocifltion which succeeded the league, atid of which Mr. Pinchot is president. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE There were aomo uproarious soenca In tha British House of Commons yesterday when the land clause of the budget was under dlscuaalon. The salaries of the Manitoba eleva^ or commlasloners will be reiluced to |6,000 (or the chairman and t-l.OOO for each of the' other two. The salarlea had been fg,OOU and $6,000 respectively. The opposition moved to have thorn cut In two, the above result be-ln� a compromlae with the government. Archibald Blue, the Dominion census commisatoner, is reported to have stAted that he expects the census thla aummer to show that the population of Canaua had tncreased fifty per cent, since the census of 1901. Premier Wiitnoy spoke for over an hour yesterday in the Ontario legislature against reciprocity. He wai followed by C. Al. powraan, the chiiet Ll'bcral whip, and "by the famous R. R. Uamey of Manltoulln. Mrs. Robinson, who was given life sentence for killing babies to hide the shame of her husband and her daughters, has beeu allowed out on parole and has returned to her home at Warren, Ont. Rev.'J. T. Ferguson, D.D., pastor Of the Presbyterian church at .Velson for six years, has resigned owing to HI health. King George announced his intention to entertain 100,000 London children at Uryntal palace on June 30, In celebration of his coronation. Albert Helmer, inspector of ranches, has received notice that he nas been appointed to the newly created ofhce or superintendent of llie Rocky mountains forest reserve. This office was created a few weeks ago and Mr. Mar-gach was appointed. On account of going into private business. Mr. Mar-gach was forced to resign the position almost as soon as it was made, Falrley. Hindley, Passetr.Coates and either llayden or Luhy have been elected as members of Spokane's fii-si commission governraont. The California legislature has passed au eight-hour hill for women In all j public employment. P. B. Buchanan, a prominent rcsi-j dent of Cascade, county, Montana, iaj dead. In buying teMng powte examine the label and late only a brand alioivn to ie made with Cream of Tarlar Dr.PRICrS bakin6 Powder A pore, wholesome, rettali|: is tile newest name �n the Utt .of" automobile o.'^. nnti orhf-T rriakets. the b('^t tan, lilack and pnteiii leailicr, Rliiclicr fiiit: -old rcuMi-Ijirly -^.''.OO in -Stl.riO. Ail .^izcs. Stile pric(> . .. I.APTES'HPK('I.\L--250piiii-s ladies' Loots, also a lot of sample boors, in tan lilac]; antl paleiii, Icallier: all si/.es and Ktylf.-^: 'S-i.')!) to ' pnnips, oxford ties in l.,et nbrid.a,'e. '>(' -tyle.s lo select J'rom. Price per pair ........................^1 lip to FOK THE SCHOOL BO V-;^00 pai rs boys' seho(d boots; solid leathei ; all sizes; sold al |2.0l). Oil sale.......................... LADIES' PATENT LEATHEK OXFORDS -Only |>aiivs lo g-o ,n this jtrice. Sold at |4.:)() and So.50. All sizes. On sale........ $1.29 $2.65 ___,______ _ I ..MIJ__H._._ .. ______ l_ I nil. .._ � I Ml UWIII..MI I_LIII I 11-------H---1------W '\M---TTm-TT II Ml I I � Ml 11, I ^MMP-- UJ^JB. _. J JM � .lljl. Jl I t----' Hundreds of keen, clever, anxious shoppers, with ready money and a willingness to spend are reading this advertisement. Tomorrow they will start to gather in the bargains. Why Not You? You can save money on your Shoes as well as they. THE NORTH-WEST SALVAGE & SALE CO. of edmonton t vANcouva SELLING OUT FRED GOWS SHOE STOCK ;