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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letiibridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, May :j, ae 3 WHLOUGHBY CO'S. Great Slaughter of The Bentley Co.'s Stock len's Suits Suits reduced to Suits reduced to i reduced to i Tower the Bargains of this Sale A Thorn In The Flesh For high priced merchants, but a gold mine of money-saving op- portunities for a host of shrewd and thrifty shoppers who are partak- ing in the distribution of the Rentley Stock, bought by Willoughby Co., at 65c on the dollar, at 118 Round Street. Unprecedented Sale, Because Unprecedented Values. Most worthy offerings, without a parallel, at prices which make other stores dizzy to look down upon. Men's Hats Hats reduced to Hats reduced to Hats reduced to Every Article in The Store Labelled With a Out! Quick! Price andkerchiefs the regular 75c colored, Willough- by Saice 30c Last week heavy selling made a jagged hole in the stock. This present week will be bigger. Think of your present needs and antici- pate your future wants. Odd Pants Men's Odd Pants, all kinds and sizes. Yours at Factory Prices You hot Stem the Torrent of Irresistible Bargains. It Means Money in Your Pocket to Attend the Greatest Price Wrecking Camfn ever witnessed by the people of Lethbridge. The nearer we reach the goal the harder the cut of the price pruner Thaitor your co-operation so far. Come expecting Big Values. Don't miss the Savings. They will be greater than ever this is. Some unusual surprises await you. Every dollar's worth must be sold, and our time is short. Our Shoe Stock is badly shattered. The balance will go, Yes, at any old price H. R. F. WILLOUGHBY CO. SELLING OUT THE BENTLEY STOCK I JAPALAN i For Regula-ingVocated by Jul- ian KennPittsburg. of the city and walled in. with only one entrance a door. Policemen are on yuard. and all wlio wish to enter must write their own mum; in a hook. Thus, said Mr. i MjiHan Kennedy. faUiers are ahle j to look up the conduct of suitors for their daughters' hands. the mil lion ti rep who. as pros- ulen; of a locttociety, is con due-linn a of fered a pi.a hjhe thinks con-j ait ions, in can be made holer. Speakiru ha audience that filled tne Preshyterian Church. Nqihjsu.uses'Led that the .lapan he fol- lowed her. pe disorderly houses n.rise3in one section MAGISTRATE'S DECREE STIRS ALL ENGLAND Tin- Prince Rupert Kmpire now is- sues a daily edition. Sir Krnest Shackleioii. ihe famous aniarric explorer, says lie would like to settle in Canada. Reveistoke is looking forward to the i i eel ion of a hotel in the hus- iness section of the city. Thirof Last Summer- Ya c ;mber days when the heat inside your kitche.v real you could hardly bear it. With the right vould have made a better hostess. Save your hal on't put up with the drudgery of a coal range. Y lave a clean, cool, pleasant kitchen. The il Cook-stove I Sentence Of Boy May End In Remodelling 1 Of County Court Sy- stem London. May with ihe of ;iie iheft. of 10 cents worth i 1 o! coal by the jL'-ycar-old sun of a May wards Heath blacksmith, what, is now known as the "Uulhec.k case." has ikeii into jiarliament, shaken thi- ne oi'fice to its foundation, taken does away with all drudgery of cooking. Why should you be a slave to a. coal range when you can have nn Oil Cook-Stove that is cheaper than conl, cleaner than coal, doesn't "smell.'' doesn't smoke, lights put ont instantly, leaves no ashes, and donn't heat the kitchen. With one of these Floves you can boil, hake or roast the most elaborate dinner. You can change a slow to a quick fire, or the other way cbouu by simply turninp: a wick. Apply a mEtchrand in- the heat from an intense blue Hamc'shoots upward through the tur- enamel chimneys to the bottom of pot, kettle or oven no- where eke. The r-iovc has every conve- nience that can he thought of: Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping food and dishes hot. dmp shelves lo hold coffee or teapots, lowcl rack; in fact every convenience possible. The nickel finish, with the bright bliie of the makes the stove ornamental and attractive. Z 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. ri._ wnieior UMrnpuve Circniar to Imperial Oil Company, Before You Buy Them We certainly make it easy for anyone, who needs Gm Pills, to fmd out how valuable they are. First of ail, we will si-mi absolutely free of charge, a sample of Gin I'iil> to every sulTcrcr front Kidney C-.T Uladcicr Trouble, Lame Back or KlK-inuatisin. Then, after you have ptirriiastd the regular 50c. boxes, we to re- turn your money if Gin Tills do not do all that "we claim for them. You risk have every- thing to writ for a free sam- ple of Gin Pills. can try them and sec for yourself iust how good they will do you. This i> the way Mr. Dietrich cured himself of serious Kidney Trouble, St. Agathc. Quc., April Gth, 1909. "I received your sample box of Gin Pills and as 1 found highly satis- factory, I am using Gin piiis regularly and Can highly tiicrn." I. T.HKTRICH. Write the National Cliem. Co. I'.iiniis o: since in nowspajn-rs al! Limited Dcpt. A.I) Toronto, ami a free Knul.nid. and tu end in. i VJ. >c sent} on re.urn I Regular boxis arc sold by dealers ovrliauint; of the eoun- at 50c a for 2S is a skilled woi-k- whom iiis patrons. and. in fact. of him. He is INTERCOLONIAL Mr. Borden Does Not Beleive They Are Lower Than Others Ottawa. May Carrie asked i> it was ihe intention of the .uoveru- tnent to grain a >uhsiily to the On-' lario government railways. Mr. Crraham said at the present nine the iiovernment had decided not to such a suhsi'ly. The Oiitario iioveninien: railways were largely constructed already, in. tin1 discussion ou tjiis matter, the of rates on the Intercolonial cropped and Mi'. :he remark t.'iar he t-nulil u et the 51 ways mpany up of 'he I sheriff of Sussex: Major F. and U'. C. two hi ers in ihe district. !t was eonc.lusivt ly shown that the boy had never hi tore boon in Mini he was regular, well-hehaved and studious a lendanT at (he village school, and that, he had no use for the coal, and that, though he admittedly took it. in a spir- ir of r.vl.tchiof. hr anything imL vicious. >-v; CM; Churchill jotseij ion it from t.iie j lie of Commons. j particulars. T'leu he took -lie sentence1 modified pardon In "he hoy was inio.u.ned. and etained in custoih until the home secretary can set t.he necessary mnchinery in motion for his lihera- H- or t full meaniimi is still .1 Ontario on list Inter- a ynir. This remark that he al of hoastin-- on of the .yovt-niiiient of :he rates ou ;he intercolonial. His impression, however, was quite diftVr- and he hail suspicions That these rates re no' any lower t.han those ot otijer railways. The cuso liad so otter, heen ?.hflt 'he Maritime and v. .-re .uertinu' splendid treatment in reuard that til-' word had ahroiul that tiiese ;ion> of io- minion we: .iietriir.: "patip ally. Iti ord-T t it r t askr-d the minister to htini: down, i: possilile. the end of t.ho ses. sion. a tabulation of the rates on lii-1 Intercolonial as compared with those o oomploto t.ho Ar-1 administration of justice in the low- lawhrad and Kootonny railway to con, 1 The magistrates themselves agreed er courts by benches of laymen and neot with t.he main line at Reveistohe i thai, he seemed a "good lad." hey j ;ho substitution for t.lionj of regularly' with the Crow's Xest road via the i felt, therefore, they said that he must j qualified lawyers for such positions, ANOTHER BLAZE IN WINNIPEG.' Winnipeg. May ;.his morn- ing destroyed Blackwood's aerated -Cra- ter works on Colony compris- ing t.hree which have stood x Gardiner. i William e: i the firse that av th I is cleared a-wav TM worfc a fully ;