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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta f'uesdny. Man'li 21,1910. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALl? WE orARANTEE SATISFAC riON ORREFIM) VOtIR MONEY With Every Pnr-chase of $25 or Over We Give a WnU'ii worth $5.00 FREE OF CHARGE. GRAND OPENING SALE Of the BLUE STORE, No. 606, 4th Avenue, Dominion Building, opposite the Court House. TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22nd Will open its doors for business with a large stock of Staple Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, and to introduce our business to the people of this city we will inaugurate one of the greatest bargain events in the history of Lethbridge We are placing our entire stock of up-to-date general merchandise on sale commencing Wednesday, March 22, at nearly half price THE REASON- We are sitiiaied a little out, of tlie business ctsjilrc; of this oily, and we have to do some advertising to bring the people our way. We Jiave therefore decided to offer the people such bargains that we will be long reniemhered, and we are siii-e that every customer will be our steady friend and ])atron. NOW KEMEMBKK: Our stock is all new and up-lo-date; no shoddy or self- worn goods which are generally offered at sales. And that we stand back of every article we self. Hatis fact Ion or your money refumlc�l. Read our i>rices and see for _yourselves if you have ever been offered such values at such ridiculously low prices. DRY GOODS DRY GOODS 75t; Ladies'White Embroidered Waists, reg. |1.50, Ladies' White Etnbroidered extra good quality, regular -$1.85, for................\ . .�5c Ladies' White Embroidered, latest styles, reg. 12.50, for..........................'..15.1.10 Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, reg. ISc for Towels, reg. ode a pair, 2 pair for.............2hv Linen Towels, very good quality, reg. 40c pair . .205 75 Men's Suits, made of best English imported tweeds, reg. llO.OO, 112.50 and $15.00, for .$6.�5 Men's worsted Suits, reg. -$18.50, for.........$9.4o Men's very fine tailor-made Suits, made of best imported worsted, equal to any $35.00 suit, for :..............................$12.95 Boa s' Suits at Half Price. BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Working Shoes, reg. $2.25, for.........$1.45 Men's extra heavy Working Shoes, reg. $3.00 . ..$1.95 Men's fine Dress Shoes, reg. $2.75, for.......$1.85 Men's extra fine Dress Shoes, reg. $4.50, for . . .$2.95 Men's Ox-Blood Box Calf, reg. $6.00 and $7.00, .$4.15 Boj's' Boots and Shoes at Half Price. A large assortment of spring Overcoats, Rubber Coats, Hats and Caps and other articles too numerous to mention, will be placed on sale at big reductions. Study above prices and see tor yourself if you have ever been offered such bar^abis in Lethbridge. We guarantee everylhiug to be new and u|jNto-date, asli for any arti-�le we advertise, and remember that there are hiuidreds of other useful and valuable articles at less than half price. There is sure to l�e a tremendous rush, so please shop early and avoid the rush, and also talie advantage of the offer of a fcee watch with every .$25.00 purchase, and every suit If purchased before 3 p. m. LOOK FOR Tin: KEl) SIGNS AND No. 60 REMEMBER THE DATE ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22nd THE BLUE STORE 606 4th Avenue, Dominion Building, opposite the Court House S. LISS, Manager A FREE W^ATCH ^VORTH $5.00 WITH EVERY SUIT IF PUR^ CHASED BEFORE 3 P.M. ANY DAY DURING SALE "PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY" DR. PATTERSON'S SERMON "PractluHl Clirlsiiaiiliy" was the Wiemf of nr. PattPiaoua diBcoiirBe at Knox f'liiirc'i pvpiiliig. Ho kkjIi Tor Ills text "Takp cun- of lilui." l.iikp 111, 35, the aiisw*-,!- i.o tlic Question of t.'.p Inwyrti', "WliBt slKtll I do to ohtatii r-'p'tial llfp?;' The �n>f.v of the woiind-r-d .Imv, lyliiK liy tlin rpiuislde. his �piiniliig h.v ihi- uelf-rlirhifouK prieii T� ho passed by on tliy th� isppaker. He fcl'Ott'ed the application oi' llie oom-jti-ajidiiieiit. "Lovp thy iioighbnr as thy self to the story. In thia eoiinec-ijod. the fiuestioii is asked. ��V\'IU) 1b (hy nelghljor?" and t.i!io ausft-er comeB. 'Thy neiftbhor' Ih the man to v,]ion\ thou caiiai show insrcy and a Clirlet-JIke spirit by relievJng Ma suiterioR." The wounded man among ua Is the v.iifortun�te man or woman y.-hn has f.illen by the wayairi*. Siirh a person )� worthy of your iiieroy and of the ^iimoBt aid that it is in your power beston. The iinforitinnto one is j.ither dpspi�ed. Hf If. in most cases, )l;iy vli-'liii r God's church today," said the isppaker, "is that it Ib niosed to the iinfordmate. Iion't yon think thai Chrigi 'vpuUI do ;i� iiinrli tor i.iie fallen one today hp the good Samaiitan did lt\ the s'or\ " Hide not then behind n eloak of gpif-riKhteoiisnesn noi spurn any man however low. 'I'hlR lo what I'hrlst would have ns do, and are we better than He?'' The speaker tilien werit � ou to show that the Samaritan neither oxpeoted nor received an) material j reward for his grood deed. He was ; iiappy in the knowledge of a good deed done. He had forisrotten self Iti thinkinB of the Kood he might acroni-I plifili by lieliiing others, anrl his re i ward wkb in the spirit of joy which I pijsui-sBfd hini, "Vou viill never find i by i-hasitig it rk yon wonld a biiiterfly, l''orRet self, tnrti and run from lia|)pine3s and like a shadow it will follow you." 'I'd the sinner llie speaker held out hope The Rood Sninarilan had stoop-pd to the nnforliiiiiite man; he had saved hitn atid provided for his safet.i'. He had done it all hitnself, asking tio rew.iiil whatever. lie hadn'l even asked jthai the fallen mnti ehango bis clothes, or lidy up any at all. .Ml he u'attted was to hp alhiwed to take care : of hitii atid hotv well he had pi'rform- ' ed liis ta.'iU the .-Jtori s-liowpd. "Tills," said i he minister, "is I he spirit in ' ivlilcli ('hrlst saves ihe fallen and the � nnfortunaie now. " MACHINISTS WANT BEVERIDGE TO INCREASE IN WAGES VISIT CANADA MONARCHY TRYING TO OUST THE REPUBUCANS \\ iiiiupfi!:, (Iiati I'aciiir crti (livisimi crease in w Man . Marcli 2li.-I'ana-iM.Mliini.sf.s on the we.m-,iif' looking for an iti-L'l - Mild an iniproveniptii 111 shop roiulii iii'is. particiihirlv iii ri'ferciii'c to ,i hmm anscment of work-iiin- .'.clicduli-^ Increases of fiar atiiciiinl lilt to .ihont 10 per cent, are; HOUSE RENT $10,000 A WEEK asked tnr Tin' pires at the c lialion.s are ai I the conipatu Prominent U. S. Statesman will Write a Book on this Country Washington. I). ('., .March J". - .M bcrt .1. Heveridse of Indiana will no' plunpp into th(^ political flslii in h's Price John Hays Hammond Reported j aflpcferi to Have Paid for the Coronation_________ Season London. .March L'O. -Wealthv PROTESTANT MINISTERS aricans are ina.Uins hiKh bids for fur nished honses in Ihe west end during :the coronation days. ; peer is roporled to liave prrscni aKreenien* cx-,^,^,,^ ^^,,,1, ^ ,,,, d ol March and neRo-1 p^estise nor will he ihe eariv under wav wit,h;,icf, of law, in which he v. as enan^pri the time he was elected to 'lie senate. About �,0O0 men are !ai List.on, .Marili Jil.-The Tiioriarcb-| isis are taking advantage of divisions! iiiid .�mtii^diiisin arn(nig the lepubli-1 Mils, ami are distribuiinR money lav-i-hly 1" spread dissatIsfaclion In the '�apiial and throiiglioui the provinces. 1 lie truornmetn'H iiO'-itPfiemeni of Ihe elections for Ihe fourth lime now nil 11 May 14ib, has made a disagree-ahlp impression upon the public, Ihe announced reason for this dc-j Imv ill suiiniiiiinR lo the people the 1 hoice of presldeui and government is I that Ihe clergy liav� used antii-gov-ernmeni inDlueiice In various northern districts and tliere is need of more little to further i.lie republican cnni-paign. The British Foreign Office has Informed the PotinRuese goveniiueiit that it' will receive a reprosentative of tlie republic quite iinotnciulily and will not reooRiiize him In a diiiloniatlc capacity. It is on these conditions that Telxeira Oonip/. the new envoy, Roes to London. The former senator reiirned to . \N'asbinigrton today from Indiana and OBJECT TO POPE'S RULING remain here a week cloaiiiiR ui' _______ his official work, ana tlien will make , ,, plans tor aotne llterarv work, i^iie Liberal Toronto. March 20.-Tlie niling- of refused l.'iO,-! i he Pope on mixed marriages promui-' '^p^'eHdee is under contract iiiiii for his London residence fw six'Rated in Ea-ster, 1H08, was discussed:'"'''^ ^ f'"'" Publishers to wriie a weeks .Another ^'ankee offered �li5,-;at the meeting of the Toronto Min-''^''^^''^ �i Canada. With 'his end hi noo for a house in a fa.Bhionable streei ' islerlal Association this moitJlni?, and ^ ^'�^"^ ^l""' � �' tor three months. The owner refua- a committee war appointed lo co-op- "'^ provinces, durinp -^^kli he wili Pd to accrp! less than �100,000. It isierata with otiif.- interested organliia-^ "'^^^ "'e institiitiona of the 1):j reported lhai John Hays llnmrnond.: tions in adootnig the best method or,"!'"''^" ^"^^ ^i'' himself to the special aiiilja.ssado,- from the rnlted iprotMCdiire for havinj, Canadr- e.\-einpi- '"^'^ i'lseiiaalut! ibe fuiuie of Can Slates, uill pav ilci.iioo a week for llieieil from the operation of the i'opes j ada. Hurdcit-t'uJtLi uiaiuio.ii. ^riiliiij, | lit; also will devote- hlinfcolf lo a careful si iidy of ihe politlicai issues and social condlilons and expects i