Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THK LETHBRTDOE llAILY HERALD lliursflnj, March 23, 19.11*. I) 0 I (i L A .S D () V G L A S DOUGLAS SAY DOUGLAS Josh Billings Once Said: "T.Ikm'c [�/. '2 iliiiiuv I |ik(> Mixiiii ,1 luuisicr. 1 iz the krow ilmt i/ in liiiii and I lie oilier i/, the spurs he -wcar^ 1' Hdk np \\\v kvow wiili."' Douglas i$ Like Billings' Rooster, H(>"v o'ot i-i(iint'lhiUii' to ki'ow nhour nnd he's ^'oi llio slock .-iiid IIk^ I)ri(^i' Iwndc the ki'ow. I)(iuulas (�in krou hi> hi'.-id oiTand ihfii he (^anl krow too mudi. N(^\t'r in the hislory oj' L�>thlu'idu'r i-otailin^i -ntli a niau-niiii-(Mil siui'k of' drossy luolwtar al li in-siouilicanr in-ire>. Douglas has set a time limit on this sale-Got another big Stock in Sight Live Wire The Shoe King -I. DOUGLAS Gets "Em" All Going Gow's Big $18,000 Shoe Stock Bought by Douglas at 65c on the Dollar Proves a Magnet of the Highest Order Rain, Sleet, Snow, Dust Storms or counier all raci ions oanuoi )mii a (hnnjxM- ou ihc oiitiuisiasni and Itiiyinu' inicrcsi such ccono inifs have aroused, iloiiday was a hiiiiiiiicr. Tuc-^(hiy a winner-eafdi a nd every day i-occijits arc on (he increase and si(i(d' wilh aiinoviiiii' ra j)id ily. Hue of i he (diief cha raclerisi ics | heiter as the sale o'rows ol and ju-et. here as early a> yoii can (�rca[t(loin!nicnt. W'v nve (h)iriij' oiir IcNcI hc-~i io inlj)rc^-^ you with i lie fact I hal I ho si ock is iiud t iii^' away and ii dil'liciili. ir.iioi iiii|ios>ihl(\ lo I'll \()n al those prioes. The finest shoes that ever graced the foot of man or woman-The brainiest American Models at 65c on the dollar Investigate - Compare - Verify How the Other Fellows Squirm When the Business Shoe Pinches They say Donalas is crazy. They sba' he's htsiiiu-money and can't htsi. They don't know Douglas. 'VUo buying- public of Leth-ln'idge is too wide awake and too intelligent to be njisled by these bombastie stntements, anery shoe is brand new. Fresh stock is absoliite-l> c��rrect rn the snnillcst detail and prices in most cases are nearly half. Here's an e\ain|>le of what we mean: 200 pairs Baby Shoes, made of fine leathers, just the kind of shos that looks so cute on the little tots. They come in pretty shades of tan. pink. sky. chocolate, black and white. They are made of Patent leather and soft Kid skins, have leather soles and ankle straps; sizes 1 to 4. Goods made to sell at 75c and $1.00 pair. Thursday while they last....................................... JSC Sale Limit-One pair to a Customer MEN An opportunity is provided to supply yonr spring footwear at about half usual prices and you're not slow in taking advantage of it. Ten more cases of shoes delayed in transit JUST OPENED H ar Just passed through the customs, the last of Gow's spring purchases 8C DOCTOR A MARTYR TO HIS PROFESSION Vew York. Jlarrh I'L-Dr. KdwKrrt AshleT, n bftcteroloslsi. dipti on .Swinburne l8l�ncipi| UreeU itIlml.^TanlB. Inociilincrt \ii handlinn th�> raseR hP became 111 on Sundny and was treaipd with Buriiii by Dr. Simon Flexiier. its disoovprpr RAISE MEMBERSHIP FEE \MnnlpeK. .March At ilie an niial mefting ni" the Winuipep cipar inR hov]Ho associHtion It wa." announc-. H.I thni 'he menihprshii) ipi? liad be^ii | ralsprt from $2iino tii-pr and Kratik 'l-o�ifr manager i CROP PROSPECTS AT PINCHER CITY Capital, Rest and Uadivided Prodis $6,�00,000. Total Assfts Over $45,000,000. Get Ready Now Opportunities for exfeplion.ill y profitable i n V e s I m e 111 s come occa.'iionaUy toevery man. But it h only the man who lia.s biiiU up a .Savings Bank Account who can take advantage of them. We will gladlj' help you .save the money and give you �ouud advice on its subsequent iiivestuieut, if \ou wish. One Dollar opens an Account. Main Office ccr. Round & Bedpath St�.G. R. TINNING. Manager. Stirling Branch-A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Graity Lake-E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. I'lJir!,,'! I'll',, Vhui-ll liii --I'lir lilll.l-I l�^ li.iNc rcuniii|.[,i-,-(l thcif "-Illiiili \\t".\ prcstimcd it IS im one ..1 1 le pcw railu avs. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE HE MADE TOBACCO GROWING PROFITABLE pr, Sinn 'rrcnioti. March 22. T'lbaceo-grow-ins IK becjiiiiii;; one of iJip indu.slrle.-5 of Prince l-'duHifJ Couniv. 'I'lie (iiis> M'li. ,-. Wi'tiilnko farnuT mow Hi; aei-f an] a half of tobacco ami lealizeci i-i'.ii'. Ill the doust proof bicycle TIRE! nie>>'k> Tilp qiic-iion, Imnlop Dplncli-able I'.k'velp 'lir,s arc doiibt-proof. They stand bpmpcn you and exi.�>ri-mentniion. Yon b.ny ibein not. on � f.Tllh, bill im 11 proven rerovtl for effi-' (ioncv ijiipijiijillprl in this country.! Make no inisiakp. equip your bicycle i with Dunlop Tires ' SM/ni ^ jj^^. HouUies. Krdviile to .\Tookp .j;iw and Marvficld 1 . , , ., , ,,. , The countv court liouse at Le,a>-en- evteji.sion ."i.) mili-.": on .lack Kisli extension from \ortli Hattlpiord lo-, worlii. Kansas, was burned. l.osa w.ird.s the Peace River country; 30 .Ii 1,000,OftO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager ; CAPITAL - $10.000,000 REST, - $7,000,000 MONEY ORDERS The Money Order.s of The Canadiati Bank of Commerce are a safe, convenient and economical method of remitting- small .stims of nioDC). 'lliey sire payable uithoiit charg-e at every branch of a chartered hank iti Canada (except in the Vukon Territory) and in the principal cities of I the United States. The Orders and full information regarding- them tnay be obtaired i on application at the Bank. ill tlie event of los.s of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of I a snlisfiiciory g-uarantee, make ar''an(jements to refund the amount of llic lost Order. 23i 'Lethbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse, Mgr.