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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ^foitday, Mjiich 20. 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ITERALD Page 5. The Event of the Season Siuli classy sliocs for such lif-He luoucy has tTetrtf^rl a furore in l-ei l)J>ri?iees. Jiittle wondei' indeed that, thej-e was a stampede opening day. Don't Wait Wise Up Hurry Live Wire DOUGLAS"^^SimKins The New Owner of the Gow Shoe Stock at On The Dollar Shop In The Morning Don't wait until the efO'-vvds eome in the afternoon. It will he]p yon anrl greatly assist ns. We wan) lo pill shoes on the feet of pvi'vy man. womaji arid eliild i.n Lethhridge. We want, to do it witii the {drearest deicrrpe of eotn-tort to you. Shop in the forenoon, plense. , ^ / .  Receives a Sensational Reception Never before such a stampede for Shoes. From early morning till late at night the good natured crowd jostled and elbowed their way into the store. The crush however was sometimes so Great that it was found necessary to close the doors. And they bought shoes-well I guess they did. They could not resist the values offered and simply "ate em alive." The Most Daring Price Cutting Ever Attempted Shoes of the Highest Order-Nothing^ 01d--Everything Spic and Span and Brand New An Opportunity to Save That May Never Occur Again Ridiculous Prices Every Day Saiii Mw \\on\iu\ opt'niii^ day. "Well, r�*all y. there's thv very sh." That's li exactly, aiuj the same ma.> be said of every shoe ill the entire stork. We don't eoiisider eost; we can sell at less than rost a'ld make money. Douglas Never Does Things in a Half-Hearted Way \j> hall-hearted measures hei'e. \\> w aiit to make the aaiuie of every Leth-hriujire shoe buyer at the earliest i)ossihle moment, and there's no way in whleh wc can do this so snccessfuUy oi* satisfaetorilylts giving yon .vour shoes at LESS THAN THE OTHEK FEOTi'W PAYS FOR f^^^^^^^ Here's a Couple of Good Things Men! Get Wise! If you have a desire ro look t^h(> piwi and liave red hlood in \ oii]- veins. A'on'li want ci- ___________________. _____ ther of these. Hanna Shoe Nothing better at any price; all (hape*. all tlzta. all widths,^ all leathers; lex than wholesale. Regular $7; DouglaB price $4.60 Gold Bond True to nanjo, rnodelled a little different to the Hanna, a Bhoe fer the vej-y particular man,' all sizes, leather*, widths; loss than wholesale. $6.50 value: Douglas price $4.00 When Douglas cuts Prices there's always something doing LOOK AT THIS ONE-200 pairs Misses' and Children's shoes, made of hjjesi |-)0x ('�]] Doijfj'oia. new easy last, solid leather ihroiighout, the kind thar sell at .f 1.50. Donglas Pri.-e......................................75c LIVE WIRE DOUGLAS THE SHOE KING The Daintiest Footwear for the Fashionable Woman Women fall in love with these .shoes on sight. ('R.ii't help it. It's the identical styl�te that New York and Paris hare set their seal of approA'al upon, and why not fall in line with them. . -A The Greatest and Most Con^piete SlaugHter ever �tt�mpt�- "Douglas" hat an utter disregard for cost or value-W� want the Lethbridgc shoe buyers at this store and we're galng to get them. All the new stock Included in the Slaughter Sato. ^' mg working class vote. So lo r:orps In priximity to tlif .\rpxi- und oiIihv railroads; in fact, nearly ''oniiniiing our connection with the ran bonier. i� another iiistancp of �ll iif ilie econtnnic ;id\autajres of Me-. Irades Tnion I'ongress?" with the re-the e!naf ibe Aiiieriean. ii'o liaM- Ijeen approprialcd liy .Vmeri r'lH al)o\e slated. Spciking on the Rovernment. Attention of the public 'an lapiialisis. ...old ro them by l)i^i>^^ ^'i 'ed he 'Can- ,y ^^e Socialist ^arty of C.Md*. In districts wltboul j,. .'^^"^�^ '^arty Bulletin is ex,;^-^!-! ^, that is the only r>^im^ p.r^. the poll as it occurs at a lime when | |, yv. \V., and from nearly evei-y city, sireiruKis efforts are being made' town, and Inb-ir camp in the state .-Vii Piiiployers- liabiliiy bill bas ibrouglioui the country u. strengthen , ,.ame men �iio were resolved tn help lir-cn passctl by th(> (.'aiiforniau senate and c-MisnlidalH ihe tratle union move-i______________ bv a vote of -b; to u. .'i'lie bill r.b- mmit on iiuluslrial lines, in order that i idisbHs (onirlbutory iipgligeucc us a a more uniied front may tie presented � ^llg jB^ forfeit meinbersbip in Ibr ,1,,,.^^ unable to op�n agen- I nion. Willi iliJs choice before him. ,.,es .here unless their own particular! .lohn Mi.cbelj decided to resign from ^ province is open to Alanltoba firms Ik proof sufficient of tbe inability of f'"' '"^f'-'xli"? dnmage suits l, cases of sectional attacks by foder-' iii.-r ., n,m.� ,.-iii, iiio w,i,^iii^, ;bnHigbi by injured wage workers and aicd emi)loyers," Diaz to cope with tbe rebellion J-learst. Morgan and ihe whole range of hig capitalists of tlje Stales own large allres of .Mexican territory, on which are \aluable milling and pelrol-eiim properties. Tbe so-i-alled govern ment railways of that coutilry are on- eiectric Restorer for Wen PhoSDhonol restore* e>ei y nerve in the body , , proper tonsiuu ; restore* \iin and vilalily. I'reniytiirc doc-iv and all sexual ueakocRS averted at oti-e. Fhoiphonol will iiLiko you a new mat:. I'lice It! a lioi. oi two foi �S. Mailed to any addresi. Tbe Scoliell Uru| Ca., at. OMIutrlnes. Ont. fails 10 recognize iin assuniptiun of i This is tlie carpenters' answer to risk by Ibe emplo.vep. !n cases otio-l|he queation of industrial unionism tal disnbilliy an indemnity of !"! per endorsed by the 'I'rades per cent, of the average wcukl;.- wage gress of ('.reat Britain is allowed, and luu fier cent, if ibe iu.iui-y is severe enough to retiuire tlu; Look Wise Fraternal IJelegate"�'^ condemning the Civic Federation j ^^vj'"' -v;';^-!-' know i� iiijurv. In Calif,u-nia the Wage-work- l^^'^^e,! at ibe miners' convention at '.ucn^ �..�.ro.,.. ers have declared with no micerlain ; \ot labor leatlers AUCTION SALE \-morrow To- AT 11 O'CLOCK F. WADDINGTON A. CO.. insirucied by the owner, will sell b.v public auction at U'hirney's Barn, i; doors ivesi of I'nion Hank 5 Passenger Ford Automobile 1910 MODEL-IN EXCELLENT CONDITION i:Bed one season only; fully ecjuipped with top and side curiaius, wind shield. Si>eedonieter, lamp and electric headlights, jack and .i full complement of tools, skid clialns. etc. The tires are i|iiite new and aji extra set of old tires will be included. The �ar may be inspected on application to tlie .�\iictioueers. PHONE 426. FIFTH ST. TwetV. Ihe I, ilie .\'.. Kii.v ili;. Ol the Civi{ Fedeffitioii. His letter resignaibui sajs in pan: '.Xl the rr cent ini Pi'ntiii>-na; ciiineiil.inn of I ii lied Mine \Vorker^ of .Vuierica an aniendniein ui the u. b.\ tile l>est means iliui cojihl b� found | It is needless lo say that ! regrpi � ;yi--i .1;;.-. " in Oormany, iu Kngland and in ibe'iiie aetlou of ilie iiiineis' lotnentioii t .-laiine.! that Husiitoiib ia lulled Slates. \Ve have had e\erv|i,ei so much that it rwiiiires me to I 3 v.-fj.-i..'!-! f , s.-ipi-.iinc .--utret-but it , . , . . . . ^ �� Ih  f II I^'"u i'-mi' of nil that in "''"P cai'f.Mng over the means of pro !.hoo�e between the two organizntioti.- .,.u mat It IS tne sense of the, p,.uv.-,, it, ii,. =.-...M-.;irir treatment oC duct,g wealth rand the .lapanese atlas liecnuse of the unjusi. and tjralui- >|' .. c: "Yup'-^^bupro^ve.n-iunt. jn I uey a re mast ers at the art of warfare loderallon, wliich, in addition to lis it is aimed ai Ontario particularly, i Your Danger Fromi Kidney Troubles BEGINS WHEN YfUll %kZ\ ACNES. 'ond .Annual Con\ention of|-''^j'j' u'. of A., in session, that i wjii .-! I'ivie Federation is an i�'-'clin,^ , , ... , . "f the ha.l iahor and bitter fue.s of. t^cilp aiut Ihf took Backache is the first mud the sure si^ of ludney disea.se. When the baoli aches at becomes vreale it is a warning that the kidneys arc sJToclod ia some way. Next t� the heart, the kidneys are, = y,'''!'"^ '�'�"'"^�0^ �" siraie their acbievempnts in iIip iv.'l-it has stood consisten'ly as an a -l;hnl7Pil l.Tliiu- in e\-islr>nce iinlv rnrl^'-tl'S l ri rniMeil ;i,-j(e,ii on tlia scalp . . . ganizpu laoo. . lu ( Msieni t oni\ nil ; |,^,,,,,., , ^^^.^^ ,,.,^1^ l, p,.nportlon lo this (ic-e.up- of nghteoiis industrial peace.' Ihey are also beginning to demon-, many other u.seful public ^l-^- held iu t alaary has ]U8i heen, , ^^^^ uonble, heal the -:.Vi...i,,', oan be itiv- ""^ "S^'' '^'i*""' M'laneis tiK.re made public. deliralc membranes of the kidneys and bill can be ylv �.iviil .\�'K vuur .�imm.sndn It. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS , ./. H l-lawtbornthwaite'r, reported ! resignation from tile t'^ocialist party of Ctiiiai'.a is confirmed in this week's j issue o,' I lie WesKirii Clarion. lie | has placed bis resignation as member' for Nauainio Cit> In the VJ. C. Legis- laluip lieforp Ihc meinbersbip of the local branch ..f Ihe Socialist party. Ooe for eachcvcryday ailBieot kidneys have been nothing more than an ar-' The coiifoveiice went on record iu Bake tboii action regular and natural." senal. I am opposed tc militarisni j rnvor of a sick benefit feature: Sal Mr. E. .1. Sauinier, Lake Annis, N.S., out I am com'.ielled lo believe, thai i iirdav wieklv wage payments: tech . writes.-" Make a great deal of pleasuro because of this spirit of .lapan that I-.loai' education: a law to provide for j<�"i"g ^he benefit I have received -IrivPs these orientals to ttxke the pos-lpaymem of two-thirds weekly wages ^-yX^i'^f,,"-; ^'^^^^^^^^^^ tiion thtu- do. we may lie compelled las compensation to injured workman: � � . . - years; my back was weak. I had terribia headaches, and wm so restJess 1 aoidd nor Bleep at night. I comniencad mlng 0 reconsider our position in that res- pirbllo works to be done dlreotly by ;ieci and make up our minds to take tbe government rather than by con- . _ -,- , action to preserve the white man on trace, a.3 the fftir wage clauses were ^'''"^h, i d^fi'l �V-^''^ ' his c