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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AiiirrA, FRIDAY, n, Shabby Clothes Mean Shabby Work Go into any of the big offices. Pick out a hundred men. Separate the shabby from the well dressed. And you'll find the un- reliable men, the careless men, the men-at-the-bottorn, are shabby men. Shabby clothes seem to breed a shabby mind, just as bad thoughts breed bad habits. It's the.clothes we wear every day, that influence our lives, just-as it is the things we do every day that make us what we are. A frock coat and an hour in church on Sunday, won't equalize six days of shabbiness and dishonesty. Dress your body and you dress your mind. "Progress Brand" Clothing is an incentive to good work. "Progress Brand" Clothing helps a man to be successful because it makes him look successful. Take the first .step towards bettering yourself by wearing the best clothing JANE CABLE STORY CONTINUED-BY QEORQE BARR McCUTCHEON RAYDON was mystified and not a little upset by this almost peremptory summons from the old man. He hurried over to Droom's quarters the Tailored and Guaranteed by H. VINEBERQ A-CO., LIMITED, Montreal Sold with a Guarantee by McKelvie McGuire Big Deal May Soon Be Consummat- Hamilton, Ont., April tions are now in progress for the pur- chase.-of a site for 'a union station which, involves the largest sum ever turned over in a real estate trans- action in Hamilton. The property is on the south side of Hunter street to St. Catherine. The companies interested are the Toronto., Hamiltfln Buffalo Railway, the Michigan Central., the Canadian Nor- them Canadian Pacific. The Grand Trunk may also go. into; the scheme. MAN MAY DIE Probability of a Murder Case at Ston- ey Plain, Alta. April hi's skull fractured in several places as .result of 'blows: alleged to- have been.' delivered with a" hammer, in the hands of Gus. Sucht, of Stoney Plain, a man named Edward English- who "lived about same'place now'lies point" of death, at the" tal. Any 'operation was; vpeuformed in which a number of pieces of skull were removed, but the man still lies in "a semi-conscious state and., Ms .death is. momentarily-.expected. It was not thought at in- juries were serious as he was: a strong man .and apparently showed no effects of the beating. On the, following Monday, Sucht was arrested and at a trial before -Justice Sucht was fined on a charge of assault to grievous .bodily harm. CHANQES-'ON THE BENCH Winnipeg, April was learned today in-legal circles that the va- caused .by .the retirement of Mr. Justice Phippen from -the court of appeal will be'filleS by''Mr. Justice Cameron of the 'court of ;King's bench, and that ably be filled appointment of Mr. Hugh Robson of the firm-of Ai- kins, Fullerton and 'Coyne: next morning ;a.fter ascertaining-that the steamer would not reach the dock until 2 or 3 o'clock. Droom was at work on. one of his amazing models. "Hellot" he said ungraciously. "1 thought I Invited you for tonight" "I want to. know something about It, said Graydon, sitting upon the and of the workbench. "She'll not get .In before the middle of the afternoon.! and she 7may not feel like going to Sherry's tonight" "Just as said Droom pet- tishly. "You mean that she would not like to be seen there with me unless there is to be something in it for her. ehT' "Nonsense! You've got something on your mind, Elias. What is it? do you Insist on going "I don't If s tonight or not at all, however. I'm .not In the habit of let- ting people decide when I shall dine at If she "doesn't want to come, let hersay so." -That was all Graydon could get out of him, so he left in a more perplexed frame of mind than be- fore- He was at the. .dock long before the steamer came to a stop after its'eight days of ceaseless; throbbing. SSie was waving to him "from the rail, her face 'beaming, with happiness. It was Just be: had 'seen It in his dreams of this "dav! More than ever he arrayed his Do you know the difference between working and having the work done for you? Sunlight Soap actually makes