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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THF. LETHBP.IDGE DAILY HFJRALO FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 1910 Steady Savings Bring Real Wealth CIIYiFIDJIH) Gem. Stewart of I.ethbridge is Member of Advisory Com- mittee Commissioner Meeoh. who was in Calgary yesterday attending the men- Ing of the tMOvtttive commit :ce of ;he Albtrta tfurtvj. ct which Hon. A- G. McKay is the head, returned I'-iis Tbe purpose ot ihe meeting vrsu la draw up consUiuiion and to elect an advisory committee to advise wr.h the minister. The advisory commtiu-e is composed of ihe following: Akc Ross, Sl.UA.; Mr. Treso. dent of ibe 17. F. .A.; Mr. Pitcher. manager ot the Nsn'n Collier- ies; BrigXien. Stewart, Dr. Tory, o! the Edmonton Vnire-rs'iy; J. E. Uav- ie-s ot Medicine Hat; Pearce. of Calgary; Alderman Mahaffy, ct" Calgary, and Mayor Brown, of Medi- cine Hat. The -constitution v.iH bi> ur-r.vh up by a commit ceo counting cf Alder- nt-sn Mahaffv, Mr. Sweeting, ;he C. P. Dr. KrystaK president c! the Alberta Union o: Municipalities and mayor of I'ari'airs. and CsainiistLOuer The mam objects of tbf bureau are to encourage scientific lesenrcli and industrial Uevi'Icpment in n view to being prepared to iUEtkd seine use 'of the natural re- sources of !he provinces vr'nen thoy 1 iire banned over. A resolution in re-) pard to having the natural resources for provinces was passed by the It ivas intimated at ibe meeliCB that (he executive committee of ihe Allstna Icaustrral IJureau v--.ll be tan as local board, thai Dr. -ilcCallaip, head, of federal re-search. A Account, steadily addeci to, if only by smafi amounts. brings increased happi- ness to oneself and fam3y tnd real wealth to one's country. Decide to-day to The Bank cf Nova ScoiU you to save by opening a Savings Account here. Interest paid KeKire Faad 12.000.0CO THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA For Assaulting J. A. Woman in Case Cause of Trouble caso will work in conjunction with the local organization. The Alberta coal quest.oa m rela- tbe of Rex. vs. Patterson came to a ih's moining with hla lonlshlv the tlctendant suilty sr.d passing a sentence ol a tine of or Su detauH, one month in tbe proviacfa.1 jilt. tbe that transpired ihe reason given of aifauU mStlM on J. A. Smith by Harry Pat- terson was tbat he believed (bat Smith had. been down to Milk Kivor ;o V.-3HJ Anily FaUerson. brother of tbe accused, n'ho was said lo be liv- ing with a Mrs. Monerieff, that Harry and Andy's vdte.were coming down to -MiJfc River in regard to the same. Mr. Justice heM that there was no evidence to prove that Smith conniving to aid Patterson in liring as he did, and that the de- fendant, though amlous to see that his brother should be conduciiuB him- self he sliould, ought to have taken steps to verify his suspicions as to Smith be tore assaulting him. Yesterday After-neon Session iromaa in tbe figured in Ilex. Patterson, which opened in Ihe supreme court yesterday while the Jury considering iho Eigard J. A. Sraiili was the victim ot assault End grievous bodily harm, alleged to have been committed against him by Harry Patterson. In the -sritnecS box Smith related that as lie vras pass- ing Bonnell's corral he paw an auto with a man standing at the front wheel, another -at the hind wheel, and a tiiird sealed Jn the car. This was on Ctfober 12th last. In passing he said "Good morning. DON'T freight rales with a view 10 giving Alberta coal EI better chance in the Manitoba market. money la useless erperfmeuts. "When you, or one of your family, are in need of a good ointment, buy the ointment that bas beta proTed by thousands to be the best on the tnarfceL Zam-Buk: cures when other treatments fad, and Zam-Buk cures are permanent. Pte. CL'Oakler, of the S6th High- landers, Writes: "I- couW wved myself If I had only known of Zam-Bni. sooner." He con- tinues: "IcutnjylegTerybadly.snd Iratr.ed lately wen I lo a doctor, nhp Eeiredjit'flp.1 aci' attended me for five during which time iVas obliged to give up my vork.-. The wound, got no better, and tte doctor adrited me to 50 to a for treatment, but as I bad already patd ibe doctor S40 and re- ceived no benefit, I determined to try scTnetTiine on my account. I heard Zam-Bak .highly recom- mended, and commenced using It 1 soon discoveied the healing's otrei of Earn-But to be simply lous. In tvo weeks' tha TTonnfi was EO far healed that I return io my and par- smrance resulted la a complete curt. I had used only one dollar's worth of Zam-Buk and Jt had iuc-