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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I November TITE LETHBRIPOE DAILY ITKIIALI1 LOOK-HARDWARE-LOOK-HARDWARE TUB BIGGEST HAKD- WAftE BARGAINS IN Stoves AT A PRICE THAT WILL SURl'KLSE YOU Hayr's PRICES SLASHED RECORDS SMASHED THE BUILDING SALE HAYR'S PRICES THE SENSATION OF THE DAY If we were to throw dollars from (he roof, there would not be n lurger and more enthusiastic crowd, who gather at this HARDWARE SALE daily. The inside of the old frame building-is crowded to its utmost capacity. Eager buyers come and see and buy again. The news of our Sale Prices have spread like wild lire. Come With the Crowds. Buy Heaters THE PROFITS OF WHICH HAVE GONE UP IN SMOKE HayrV Pocket Knives 10 cents up to RAZORS, ETC. at half price Cafving Sets Make Good CHRISTMAS PRESENTS 25 Per Cent Off Largest Assortment in the City Galvanized Pails 30 cents up Galvanized Tubs 75c Wash Boilers, Hundreds of Other Articles like above. Shot Guns RIFLES, REVOLVERS AMMUNITION Just Half the Usual Price WE EMPLOY iALES COMPANY You will be OUR BARGAINS AT 5, 10, 15 and arid sorry if you miss Gallon, PATTERNS and SAWS AT Building cents 3rd Ave. South Laurier Refused the West Dual Language (Continued from front.jinge) the chair of the legislatures at these provinces in their oivn langnag-e. "The whole mailer of 11 said Mr. Honk, ha (Laiirier) built up in Quebec a reputation as ins only just man to his compatriots, ami today he is threatened with the loss of it Re- ceti-i history shows graduations of the loss of that popularity, starting with th'o eloctions of iflOO. aiul it is a loss dm never be Cries oC "No." Mr. Monk, in discussing (.'ne western fcchool question, recaile-cl how, whe'n livsmbfirs of the rose to move that the 'legislatures of the .west BliouUl he given the Fifcnch language for an official language, as RB the English one, thai Laurier was Sir Wilfrid here asked if !l wai true that in 1303 at the Imperial con- ference ho had not said that. Canada was prepared to take up the matter of naval defence when the occasion re- quired. Air. Monk: "Not to my knowledge." Sir Wilfrid said that Mr. 'Monk would hear that this conference re- corded til at ho jiad taken the posi- tion that Canada was prepared to do her part in naval as well as In mili- tary (hyfence. "Under these pro- ceeded Mr. Monk, when the .Liberals interrupted by enters and laughter, and asked "What Aa It was about ft o'clock at this point, the Speaker called on tho ouse to lis afternoon. Tho pain was excru- ciating-for a time. The insect's fangs ..wrung more SERIOUSLY BITTEN -I BY HUGE'TARANTULA London. Nov. Connor, sis- ter of J. A: Connor, grocer, of Rich- the 'first to move against it in the niond street North, was seriously bil- liousc. Mr. Monk said that be by a huge ta.rantuJn while har.dl- Kelf claimed the itrivifege for the nig bananas in. her. brother's store, French of tho west, and Laurler was Bgain tlin first to deny his fellow-coun- trymen their language. The Issue Preceding to more recent. inatterK, Mr. Monk said that in at the Im- jicTial Conference, Laurler took strong ground on the naval question fliat Canada, was not bound to con- tribute to the upkeep of the British navy. After the conference of 1907 lie took even stronger ground and ab- solutely refused to take any part in the co-openHion suggested towards Uio matter of naval defence. Whore Lauricr lost the confidence of his own people was when lie de- cided to go ahead in the matter of a navy before the people had an oppor- tunity to pronounce upon it. BIG BLOW FOR PRIZE WINNERS CALGARY CANADIAN CLUB TRY- ING TO ARRANGE BRTION Calgary, Nov. The significant honors attained by Canadian 'wheat tho Xew Ynr.1: agricultural tioii held recently, will not be suffer- ed to pass without a fitting celeb ra- tion, and a recognition of the men who received the important and Far- reaching victory which means so much to ilii; provinces of Alberta and Sas- alciimvan in particular. The Canadian club of Calgary have arranged to hold a banquet either next Thursday. or two weeks from entered under the slnn, s anting along I c r, the side of ths finger, rather than dl of ScaEcr Vhcclor o, hern, who won Sir Thomas rectly Into the ftesh, serious consequences. A physician cauterized the wouna. The spider clung to Miss Connor's fingers until knocked off by a gentleman. It meas- ured about four indies in diameter and two In height. CASE CALLED TODAY Paris, Nov. Cavallari's suit against Bob Chnnler for divorce and financial compensation will be called in court, lodny. Don't forget the Big Popular Con- cert tonight at the Theatre. Eaf and Be Merry! 99 and you'll feel like a new person. Sour occasional Indigestion chronic dyspepsia al! yield quickly to NA-DFOJ-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The property digested food restores your strength, your stomach (is tone, and requires no further aid. SOc. a box. If ycur druggist has not stocked them yot Mild. 50c. and we Vill ins it them. 37 NATMNAL OflUa CHCMfCAL CO, CANADA UMITfB. WONTRItAL. Shiiughncssy's prize o[ for Uie best wheat exhibited at the New York exhibition. An invitation will also be i-o W. .1. Glass, of iUacIt-od and T. Maynard, Dclorainc, who had UK- honor of carrying. nft aeOond and third prizes respective-j H is intended to have a largo and representative gathering present at this Innqiitit and among many prom- inent men who are invited arc Vlon, Duncan Marshall, minister of Agricul- ture for fbe Province of Alfonrta Hon. A. R. Mot her Minister o[ Agriculliirc for Saskatchewan Hon. O. Lawrence, Minister of Agriculture, Manitoba, and the Minister of Agri- culture for British Columbia with their Deputy Ministers. To mark ihe importance of the oc- casion Sir Thomas Shaughncssy has con asked by wire (0 malfu (be pre- sentation of the prizes to the suc- Rful competitors in person, and it is hoped thai tho president, of (lie C. I'.R. may find it convenient to do so. THE NAVAL POLICY Londou ;Nov. J. Craig-, Liberal member for Tynemoutu, will ask in the House of Commons next Monday whether the admiral t.y can make any stal'ement regai-ding the present Canadian government's posi: tion anent tho navy ,antl wbeth-er there is any official information show ing that the Canadian government has decided to drop the scheme for Imper- ial naval defense adopted by the late government and approved by -the Im- perial conference. DOCTORS FAILED Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound Cured Her. Midgie Station, N. can hardly believe this iw it is not natural, but it was my case. For ten months I suffered from suppression. J had EVERYONE HELP OUT WITH CENSUS Chief Gillespic wishes to be notified by any householders who have been missed by those distributing the forms "for the police census. Me c- pecially wishes "that no one be ou- looked in this census on notifica- tion (-hat necessary forms have not been lef.L-, n special messenger will be sent out- with them. The census tak- ers will collect; the forms on Tuesday, and it is expected (he results will be announced by the end of the mouth. In tabulating the results the figures 'or Stafford Village, North Lcth- jridge, Centre Lethbridge and South Lelhbridge, will bo kept separate, in order that the 'distribution of tho population may be known. TRIAL FOR BLACKMAIL London, Nov. tw0 prison- ers charged ivilh hlacknmlllng BHJnli vader a retired Canadian flnaneivr, noiv- living a( Acton, Imvc been com- mitted for trial. .Much o'f tho Rood handed you won't hold cold water. dicinea, hut none helped me. My friends told me I lady friend told me what your medi- cine had done for her, so I wrote you for advice and re- ceived your reply with pleasure. I started taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and at the 'second bottle eh j wed improvement. Now I nm regular and never was ao well in my life, thanks to Mrs. Pinkham's medicine. Please publish my letter for the benefit of JosiAH W. HiCKS, Midgie Station, N. B. MANITOBA IN GRIP OF FIERCE BLIZZARD Nov. first bliz- Jxard of the season struck Winnipeg j last night, following a spell of cx- .tremely mild weather. For about two :days there was hardly any frost and the most serious result of (he thaw was the releasing of an anchor of ice I at the Lac Du Bonnet power house of I the Winnipeg: Electric'Railway, which I had to abut down for four hours. I Tbe light service was kept up by the nti-viliary plant, but tho cars were I The thermometer dropped quickly and a twenty-four mile gale, with snow, prevailed for three hours. It is general tho province and north west In-Saskatchewan. CUNARD LINE XMAS EXCURSTO-NS IS THE TIME to make reservation of bertha. Do not wait until the last minute! T.S.S. "Ausonla" from Mont- real ..........Nov. 18th New T.S.S. "Ascania" from Portland Dec. 2nd CAlilN TO LONDON AND LIV- and' up. THIRD 530.25 These rates are the lowest, ob- service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from near- est local agent, or write direct to the General Agent for the Can- adian West.- s H. E. LIOMAN 446 Main St.. WINNIPEG, MAN. Indian Head. as.-Lydft t._n- ham's Vegetable Compound is indeed' a bonn tit women who suffer from WANTS FOR RAILWAY INJURIES Atlanta, On, .Vovember that, her complexion has been ruined jnml that her hair has turned gray jus result of being caught tn [wreck. Mra. Itelcn IX a wr-altby woman of Chicago, has brought suit In the United States conn bore against the Southern Paci- fic Hallway for Mrs. HoRolyionin wr.g travelling on tlin Southern Ilallwuy train, which WAB wrecked some time ago at Liinerock Ala. Prior to the accident, Mrs. ROBO- bloom says, she was a healthy woman with black glossy tresses and a Dlexlon most accurately dwacrlbod by her naino. wreck wrougb havoc hot only upon her hair and complex- ion, but upon her general health Ha well. PACIFIC ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA LOW ROUND-TRIP RATES to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 1 31st, inclusive, good to return within 3 mouths Tickets Issued in connection with Atlantic Steamships will be on uie from Nov.. 10th to Dec. Slat, inclueive, and limited to five months from date of taHue. Finest .equipment, standard First- Class nnd Tourist Sleeping Can, Din- ,ng Cars on ftll through tr ftlm. Compartment, Observation Uar on "Imperial Limited." Apply to nearest C. F. R. uwt for information, or K. G. McNEILLIE, District Paiaengtr, Xgt, Calgary, Future Sailing's (St. Lawrence Route.) MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL Winter Excursion Rates On Sale Daily, Nov. 10th to Dec. 31st MANITOBA.....................THURSDAY, OCT. 12 EMPRESS OF IRELAND................FRIDAY, OCT. SO LAKE CHAMfLAIN.....................THURSDAY, OCT. 26 EMPRESS OF BRITAIN.................FRIDAY, NOV. 3 LAKE MANITOBA.......................THURSDAY, NOV. 9 EMPRESS OF IRELAND.................FRIDAY, NOV. 17. LAKE CHAMPLAIN.....................THURSDAY, NOV. it LAST SAILING FROM ST. LAWRENCE PORTS. Future from St, John's, Weekly Sailings Lowest Rates Untqualltd Second, Third Clio. dttalli on application. Birth reservation! can now be made with any Railway or Sl.amshlp Agent for Chrletmas Ships, or wrlit J. S. CARTER, Gtn'l. Agt., 450 Main St., Wlmlftf, ;