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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1909. FIVC Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands of women Buffer untold misery every day with aching backs have no business to tche. Backache in simply a warning from the kidneys and should attended immediately so as to avoid yean of terrible suffering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you in the tame way they have cured thousands others, and they cure to stay cured. Mrs. W. C. Doerr, 13 Brighton St., London, Ont.. "a with pleasure that I thank you for good Smr Doan's Kidney Pilla have done me, ave been troubled with backache for years. Nothing helped me until a friend brought me a box of your Kidney I began to take them and took four boxes, and am glad to say that I am cured en- tirely and can do all my own work and fed M good as I used to before taken I ana positive Doan's Kidney Pills are all you claim them to be, and I advise all kidney sufferers to five them a fair trial." Price 50 cents per box or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt s of price by The T. Milbura Co., Limited Toronto, Ont. When ordering iptcify YOUR FRIENDS' FRIENDS WILL HELP YOU IF YOU MERELY ASK THEM TO It is not hard to get votes. All that is necessary Is work und de- termination. Let your friends know that you really mean to work and you will find them ready to assist you. But they will not give sub- scriptions to the half-hearted ones, who have no expectation or' winning and act accordingly. Go in to win and they will tell their friends that you are the particular one of their friends in this contest whom it will pay to support. The many nominations now coming into the contest department show the widespread interest of this contest and that it will be many days yet ere the stream of nomina- tions abates in the slightest. All Out to Win Many of your friends are willing and anxious to help you win the prize of your choice, and are only waiting to be asked. The first candi- date, to ask, of course, will be the one to receive the subscription and the votes, so it is imperative that those who desired to enlarge their count get among the people and make sincere liking for him and scores oi jthcir kaown. It certainly does 'not require anv sacrifice in this con- Acquaintances held him m that re-1 testj if Vou expect to win vou while among the pioneers of the j should stick to the campaign and days he held a firm grip up- j put your best energies behind your the heartstrings. By them he efforts to come out victorious. The regarded as one of the best am- oug them, in reality the "salt of the j paratively short. earth1: .and they were of course the ody was still warm when recovered, oore than later, it is felt urc there is a the man ras not dead when first seen and hat there is just a possibility life aight -have been prolonged. Mends secure words: Start an endless friendship chain for the purpose of securing sub- scriptions. Don't be discouraged if some one gets ahead of you. The con- test will only last a few weeks and in that time there will be many changes occurring in the list of con- testants and the number of their B. C.'s LOSS (Sir C. H. Tupper at Revelstoke) happened to say down at one his little meetings at North Bead 1st night that when your humble errant had departed this life, Brit- ih Columbia would continue to pros- er. My compliments to Mr. McBride ltd I firmly believe that when he and axe both dead British Columbia will rosper. But I also believe that sr he has departed this District No. 1 comprizes the City oi Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprizes all terri- tory outside of Lethbridge. VOTES New Renewals Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge 3 months SI.00 350 250 6 months 2.00 1000 700 1 year 4.00 3000 2000 2 years 8.00 9000 6000 By Mail: 3 months .............85 350 250 6 months 1.50 1000 700 1 year 3.00 3000 2000 2 years 6.00 9000 6000 Weekly Herald: 0 months ................75 600 300 1 year 1.50 1500 1000 2 years 3.00 4500 3000 CARNATION CLUB DANCE The Carnation Caledonian HjjjL j equally as si jjfft by this club on a few days British Columbia wilt osper all the more." DVICE TO LETHBRIDGE FROM GRANUM (Granum Press) iLsthbtidge wants a street railway ad is in such a hurry to get it that people'of that growing city are fotemplating the idea of handing rer a twenty-year franchise to a company who have a desire to liild a system. If Lethbridge is ready for street j ulways they would pay the city as j ell as a private corporation and if j iere is any money to be made out of public utility the people who pay lould have the benefit. Club dance in the iast evening was as dances given previous occasions. The floor was in perfect condition j and the music excellent which made i the dancing delightful. A goodly crowd was in attendance although not quite as large as the number that attended the last dance. About six- ty couples enjoyed the evening's en- tertainment which was given special grace by tasty refreshments close to midnight- o'clock. THE LATE JOHN SANDFIELD MACDONALD Everyone Thought She Was Going Into Consumption. (Toronto. Star) "He was a man who had no need to care for money. Rich through the practice of law, in which he was highly skilled, money had no partic- ular attraction for him, and be re- garded his position as an almost sac- red trust. He was sometimes brus- que in manner. There is one story of hup which is historical. On one oc- casion a deputation from Strathroy called to see him in an endeavor to get him to establish a public institu- tion of some sort in their town. He met" them with this remark 'What in did Straihroy over do for "He was of Highland Scotch fam- Gained Ttn Praads ia Two toy the Uie of Burdooh BOood Bitters. Hm. Fred. Biggs, Kingston, Ont., was completely run down, ny Wood was out of order, and I used to ft so weak I would be compelled to stay a bed for weeks a time. I could .....__ _ ___ eat, was pale and thin; every one j d th counties of Stormont and Jiought I was .going into_consurnptjon. tried everything and different doctors mtil a friend adviacd me to nee Burdock Slood Bitters. 1 did not have one bottle when my appetite began to improve. used six bottles. I gained ten pounds n two weeks. When 1 began to take it only weighed ninety-three pounds. It usfc seemed to pull me from the grave as I icver expected to be strong again. I rill tell every sufferer of your wonderful nedicine." The biood reaches every jjOfliGn jody to distribute nutriment and remove sffcte matter and waste products. Clearly Glengarry were behind him to a man When he- first entered politics, awa? back in the 40, s, there wen- Macdonalds in those counties. He was a Roman Catholic, but not in the least a bipolted one. He was quite willing to attend a Protestant church on occasions. He was a man of very strong determination. Sir John A. Macrionaio was always anxious in him into his own cabinet but he nev- fcTTAre TT1HLUC1 illlU T ben any influence, good or bud. affecting er succeed On one occasion the he Wood, must necpswirily en-j premier of the Dominion parliament 'wrote him to his home in Cornwall, offering him a portfolio and asking him to wire his reply. The reply affect the en "system for good or evil as the case nay be. Get pure blood and keep it pure by erery of impure morbid natter from the by using Burdock Mood Bitters. It exerts a curative in- tuefica ttttapproached by any _______by all dealers. Manufactured wily by T. Milbufn LimiUd, roror.ro, Or.t. consisted of two words 'No go.' The leading stables of the year in the Eastern Grand circuit horse races aro: Mnrnhv. McDonald, ON THE WAR PATH! Such a hurricane and whirlwind of bargains in Fur Lined. Coats Suits and Overcoats were never let loose before A terrific tornado of Gigantic Bargains to be showered on the People of Lethbridge by MacLeod Bros. We bought this week from a manufacturer a big consignment of FUR LINED COATS at almost half price. Also Coon Coats, and a few Ladies5 Astrachan Jackets, semi-fitting, with gilt buttons. Bought them at our own price, and are offering the whole lot at less than the wholesale prices. Moving Sale price Fur Lined Coats 22 FUR LINED Beaver Shell, the best shell made. Natural rat lining: Labrador natural otter collar, the collar alone worth half the price of the coat. Also four Persian Lamb ear shell, every coat in the lot worth each. Hurricane sale price this week... Bring along the best expert buyers in -Alberta and if they don't say that those coats are not worth 1-3 more than we ask for them, we will give them away. 6 COATS, PERSIAN LAMB wool shell, heavy quilted Italian lined, silk crochet, buttons with silk cord. The collar alone is worth the price we ask for the coat. Regular Moving Sale Price....... 6 BLACK BEAR and Moving Sale Price this week onlv BEAVER DROOPING less than they can be bought wholesale. Price this week only... 6 COON paint or dye, natural) To clear this week only...................... 6 COON quality. Sale price this week only........................ Overcoats Headquarters for Overcoats is this store. An- other lot just to lot of sixty over- coats and we are selling them at exactly the wholesale price. Call and inspect this lot. All high class, with Persian collars. ALSO 100 MORE D. B. and S. B. heavy Tweed and West of England Broadway Brand silk serge lining nand felled. Moving sale and BOYS' SUITS AND are offering all our boys' suits and overcoats in sizes 28 to 53, at one price this week. Heg. ular to Moving Sale BOYS, TRY AND COME IN on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. On Saturday we are so busy we will hardly have, time to wait on you. Snaps in Boys' hose, underwear, shirts, ties, Windsor ties, pure silke, all shades, polka dots. Sale price 20c FANCY fail to see our fancy shirts we are offering this week for Sl.OO. All sizes 14 to 18. Regular at OVERSHOES, AND DRESS full stock of overshoes and dress shoes. See the line we are offering this week at Leather lined box calf blucher cut, Snmto sole, stitched and pegged. Eeg. S4.50 shoe. Sole price BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES Heavy box calf, blucher cut. Sizes 1 to 5 Sale Sizes 11 to 13. Sale price Little gent's patent colt. Sizes 11 to 1. Sale price........................... BOYS' MITTS AND CLOVES Boys' wool mitts, double twisted. orti regularly 40e. Sale price ___ ..25c Boys' fine mocha gloves. The regular Sale price BOYS' HANDKERCHIEFS Boys Hdkfs., 3 for...................10s Mercerized silk, with silk initi-ils. Sale FOR 35c BOYS' SHIRTS Boys' Shirts, in heavy duck polka dot and linen. Regular 75c. Sale price ......50c CALGARY AND 3 i 1 CRABB ST., LETHBRIDGE ir. I tr I I I I The Great Clothiers of The Great West We expect to Move into our New Store on Round Street November 30th ;