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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April 30, 1013 THB tETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAT.D "TrtE sKn ;brVA GOOD mattress:' HEALTHFUL SLEEP That's ihe kind you can enjoy on a'*Stamco-King" mattress. "Made in the West for people who want the best". Used in the finest hotels and the most modern hospitals because it is built lip -not stuffed-with the finest, cleanest and most sanitary carded cotton, woven into beautiful downy layers by special automatic machinery. Clean, ril 2&'.-^Mrs. LeBter Ralph, known to'the' newspaper world as Blale Hoasoner. war correspondent, died, today at Lloyd, Fla., according to word rodelved today in Leavenworth, her former home. Feed Your s Right �jSTATURE has packed into the wheat berry just the right proportion of proteids, starch minerals and salt required of a cereal by a child's digestive system. Pads and fancies in breakfast foods come and go, but good Canadian wheat will be feeding a large part of the world for hundreds of years to come. "Force" is made of choicest wheat, cooked with malt, rolled thin, baked and toasted to perfection. "Force" is the ideal form of the perfect cereal. Made By THE HO COMPANY Hamilton, Ont. y^m^m FLAKt's: Rubbers for Men, Women and Children Tan Rubbers for Women City Boots for Women and Children Heavy Gum Boots for Men's Heavy Wear Bring your shoe repair jobs to us We guarantee our work W.J. Nelson & Co, Sherlock BaildingiUimil if FERNIE BEL CREATES S ERSIIIN CROSSED STICKS AND AXES PLAY UPON THE NERVES OF HIS COMPATRIOTS (Special to The Herald) Fernie, April 29.-A man, named R. W. Chapman was given a sentence of fifteen days today for infringement of the Railway Act. He was caught in the aot ot jumping on the evening local after it had started, and was found to ib,e without a ticket. He had on his person the sum of ?3.50, which he said he was saving for meals. As the magistrate imposed the sentence on him, he will be able to save his wealth for at least fifteen days more. The pugilist Robinson, who is held for abduction will probably, be before the judge tomorrow. It is understood that, as the girl was a consenting party to the marriage which caused the trouble, the charge brought against the colored man will be that of vagrancy instead of abduction. Peculiar Antics The police have in the toils one, Adrian Patris, a Belgian, who has been giving his neighbors a little trouble for some time past It is 'believed thajt he is insane, as he has lately been visiting his compatriots nightly, and placing crossed sticks in the window, and leaving an ^xe arranged in such a way as to arouse their superstitions, and make them feel generally uncomfortable. They finally visited the police station, and informed the officers that tjiey would not go to bed until the man v/as in custody. ' He is held pending examination, Another case which came before bis Honor Judgie Thompson today was that of John Guidoccio, of Coal Creelt, who was charged with making love to a suit of clothes belonging to a neighbor at ithe mines. He was let off on condition that he left the sum of $25.00 with the provincial treasury and paid the cost of the-prosecu-tlon. As the necessary funds were forthcoming ha was released. MIGGIFISTO  REIIRIPAS CRANBROOK BAPTISTS HONOR MR. SHORT AND FAMILY-TWO INDIANS JAILED Croribrook, B.C., April 28.-An interesting presentation took place last week at 'the Baptist Church, when Mr. and Mrp. B. H. Short received a silver tea service, and their daughter a gold locket and chain, prior to their departure. Mr. Short has had charge of the choir, andMlsu Short gave her services; ait the organ. Mrs. F; J. Deane.'wlfe of the late editor of tie Cranbrook Herald- has returned from the coast with her little daughter. Our new men's clul) is a great sue- Falil-�� ChIUI, RsMrn ruMl *0 97j; and UniltMeil froflli (Owr) �, Total Assets (Over) $69,600, Money Promptly Banked as soon as you receive it is much more likely to be saved than if you keep it around in the house or your pocket. It cannot be lost, stolen or burned, and is far less likely to be spent. . With a deposit of a dollar or more you can open an account with the - Union Bank, bearing interest, and receive a Passbook. Why put it off ? LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager A.B. KING, Actg Manager cess, and well paitronized by young and old alike. On Monday afternoon and Thursday evening, ladies have the building to themselves, and after a good drill in the "gym," they all go down for a swim in the pool. Mr. 'W'ilklnson Is, a very able instructor. Ladles take it In 'turn to provide tea on Monday afternoon. A splendid gymnastic display was. given last Friday evening by the male inembera, which speaks well for a cluib that has not been open .much � more than a month. The Independent Order of Foresters gave their first annual ball at the auditorium last week, and had the Rex orchestra to play for them. It was a great success, both socially and financially. Thiere was quite an fexcltement on Baker streati^ono day when the p<^ llce arrested two Indians, Mike and Abraham. The poundkeeper put Mike's horse in the pound, and he brolcc the look and rescued it. He was later arrested by 'Constable Baxter, when Abraham tried to interfere. After a tussle down Bakf^r street they, were both lodged in Jail: The a^esult, of the ifrlal was heavy .fines for both, and six months in jail for Mike. Mr. Moffatt's Model Variety Stora was damaged to a considerable extent this evening'by fire and water. There was no fire in his .stove, but some defect from rooms abovc was the cause of the mischief. W. J. Gerald, former deputy minister of ifaland revenue, was elected president of the Ottawa Canadian Club. '" The Best Spring AND ' fvf Blood - -Medicine PURIFIES AND CLEANSEa THE ENTIRE SYSTEM Equally good for' old and young. �Winter and Summer. No �danger of taking cold. It is namuro's own remedy, 50 cents per bottle at your druggist. Special Displays at J. D. Higrinbotham & Company The Frank Hedlfty Jackson & Com^'ariyiTf '��,',' ,'.�'�:�:-,:�?�,� ?2� IS 4,V ;