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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TiioMlay, Mairli 21, mi. THE LF/nmRTDOE DAILY ITER ALP Page 7� DISTRICT NEWS The Most, At The Price ^\'e make no snpenialural claims for "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHIXC;. A\'e have never said lliat ''Progress HnMuI"' Clothing is tlic "finest in the workP'. We liave never stated that a "PROGRESS 1!RAND"SUIT at $15, "was better than any custom tailor could make for #50.'' But what we do guarantee is this-that the "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHING best in Canada at the Price. IS tr Just compare a "Progress Brand" Suit, with an v other suit retailed at the same price, and you will see why more and more men are adopting the sensible, monej'-saving plan of wearing "PROGRESS BRAND" Suits and Overcoats. The spring styles are j.inusuallv handsome. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY B. VINEBERG & CO., LIH^HTED, MONTREAL WHEAT CENTRE Wheat ('Tilrf, Miiri li 1-1.-Mr. Dun 'i!m- wfis ii WlK'Ui rpiitifj lisilijr (in I iipsday. P. Rryiulon iiuitlf! ;i nin lo Urooks I:,hi weeU for ftir.c po';)-, 1.^11110 (i iiniiilifi- Irnrii MiiK \iciiiily iillpndPd llic (liiiirc ,ri llii' Khinijiidalc ' .Hchodllioiisc Ills, l-'ii(la). i Mrs. Iliiiil, ilii- sclii.i/hnislrpss fi 'iJriiiii llidsc, liiis .-umpk'lpd .-i ] \ rw'V HiuTPSSI'iil Icnii III Hi'liof)!. Ilr-r iiiauy Irii'inls ^vill lie |)l"nsnd to Iciirii iiliiil alio liiis .icc-c|''i''l posilioii lleaclier in [Iter dmip.-i ' Isl. ' K\rr>c)np ill tills v"'liiii\ rtppuiK m !)� i;iiyy rpiiP.'i isiiii' Inr ihc i.liiy 1m bt !^l\Hii a' C.ralii !!iili;p i;ii TiPsihiy p\ I cniiig. Scipi-al i)f IliP \(i:iinjir -p' aM'-iid 'pij'llip iiuisfiuei lulp diiiii ai Rose-' iilpad (ill I-'rid;iy. All ipurni a uood . 1 hhp. , T. (.Jopsdii, wliii lias IrpPii \is.iiiri.c III- Iripiid II. I'lianinaii, f'tr ^-oiih- liiiip, 'iliis IpH. i Wpddiii;; liplls lai);; mPijily mi I'npsdii; . nliPii i lip i:;arriii�p ol .Niis.-Ar.iiip CIuImI ialiBOii .�iiid I'pkm- lUisli ENDS INDIGESTION i A HOMESTEADER'S IN FEW MOMENTS! HARD LUCK (ins, HcartlMiiii. SourncsH; iiiid all Mislapp)itdn sppui to irrprrivp, and Mr Kpcie dp-yoii could always iio 'o ip. i.ihi,. ^jth ^^, t,,|(,. i,,.,- i,, MiiinPapolis, a hnariy appeiilP, a,:,! your meals I .jj,,,, ,,,,, ,,,(;ks ^f^,, would tasle good, lipca.isp \nu wotild . hiiow Ihpro would lip m. Indispsiion ^ or .SIoeplPSB uiKht.s .ir llpadaclip or! I.utpr Mr Kei'f certainly bp John I.. Kceir l..i.-.l sumnipr his wifp was taken sick ami hroiishl lo l.plhhi i(l;>p, hIipit she liad an oppration pprfornicd, hiil to no avail. Soon aftpr slip camp haclv slip paiiip hack shp. was lakm to Stirling wliprp she was uncii lupdiral Irpul-luPiU for sollip wppks .\lthoiigli the doctor at ,*^tirlins undoubtedlv did Shoes Repaired The Best Work at Right Prices J. R. Van Haarlem Rear of Wright s Jewelry Store ;7I SOLD WITH A GUABANIEE BY McKELVli: & McGUlRi: LETIIBKIlXa, QUEENSTOWN guepiiRiuwn, .Mari.-h -'u.-A. .1. lln-HI, from Bran., was down hcu'p last ^. cp); vhslilne old friPiidK and inaklnj.' 31pw ones. (Juile a liuir.-li of ucii;lil)i)i's \i-;ited .Tfte laot Safllrda.^, and oima.wd Jn .some hard pames of wliisi and liU'l K bij; soft replininf; pjiair whorr PpIp lan rpKl hi.s fired liinbs after a liard ilay'8 work in tlip fipld. Christ Xplson wput do"n lo Carl-Slat 10 flip on a S. .\. scrip, iip n--lorta a rusbilij; liUsiiiPSH at ihe land o:fl';p. 'ramgftrt Cuminin^K, and Olp Xplson lire busy haiiliiig rocks for ilio dam ai J..alip Mcdrpgor e\pr> day iwppj Sundays and The land ihai was imughi Indii'iis is now is $:iu per aerc . , .,, , . , . Sloinacli tnispry all 'be tipxi rlay; andlpjdpnl which maih was soleiunr/.pd. .\la.^ all lo.^ '"^ I besides, you would no' need la.xatIves i ,^.,,.K-b''"'-- ior liver pills lo keep your sioniadi AhiPii (.Iraliani lias a fiui- new iiariilnitd bowels cleun and Iri-sli. under conslructioii. ' PaiJp's LMapeiisin can Im- obtained Will Uopniele -will lp,i\p on \ion l l''"0"i ''""'''"'f' da., for r.ialdalP on bu.~�uPss. sufficient to thorouj^lilv pui-p the worst case ot hidi.iiesiion or Dyspepsia. Tliero is nolliinf; beii.u- for Has in the Stomacb or sour odrns from he stomach or to enri- a Si iinacb rieadache. You conldnt keep a huudier or more iBPfii! aniele in the house. for .,ale. from tlu Tile prill "IJoli.nlas ensile" is neariii.t; conii.lp Mioii, and wp hoop soon to welpotne its , ov, nor into our niiilst. Sc\pral of our npiifihbor.s are cruil-pleiiiin arraiisements for fintil proof. .Misse.i Bessie and K'.-iiie .Molt and |.Messrs. .lack and Uov Molt were vis-;iior.- at (he Roenickc homo on Wed-iie^-day cvpnins;. .'ir. Held lias been confined to his i.oiiip with la izrippi' for tlip la.-^i wi'pk i le order of is \h(\ .old made for; GtPiVIAN ACTOR DEAD i:cr:iii. .\!a:ci| 2ii, - Krpih iMck I blase the 'ierinau character ap*or. died lo day. I !e wa . liorn In :: Ji;. 'I'lie nidow of i'.ipi. .1 .\. Caiiipron of l.'ornwall, is iload, a.;ed .^^S. II. A. Wilson and .lames Heally, of Siratford. htne recehed .siii;ill anoiiy-iTions reiniiianips. dated ISuffalo, but ROLLING GREEN I'ali whoa! in iliis district could noi, look an;, bellpr, and wiih the ground in sm h .aood shaijo we are almost sure of .'0 bushels lo the acre. On .Marelt llili a lar^'J iiiiiiiiirrr of tarniers of this dis(ri(l, and some from lyonp Star \'nion, aiuoii.K- ijieni 'er.i;;ison. .Mr. f Ihe I'resideiit IJOslmarkPd Siralford. alleKod to hei^'ii'^^lb secretary, very ably monov owned ihera for many vears. i organizing a local union BRAIN WORKERS who get little exercise, feel better all round for an occasional dose of NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives They tone up the liver, move the bowel.? ge,ntly but freely, cleanse the system and clear the brain. A new, plearant and reliable laxative, prepared by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark 25c. a box. If ycur druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and we will mail them. NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED. MONTREAL 2\ 1 . F. A. -I members are on ilip roll whieli i.s very eiicouraiiin,!; lonsider-iu,:: we orriiinized under diaad^ by not liaviiif; tin organizer present, li was decided lo hold the le;?-ular at Ihe Uollin.a nrpoii s.liool liouse on Ihe second aiidfourili &.iiiirday ol paeli month, at '.'�'!'> I'lip social given on .March Uih was iioi as largely an ended as usual on account of so many being biiEv liauliDs ibpir sped .grain from 'J'aber. Soiite thirty weru 'ireseiil and report li.i'.ing had ;i verv enjoyable eveii-iiic. The l.tidies' Aid will meet with .Mrs. .1. W. (Jilbert on .March -dth. I^lpction of offi''ers will lake place at! Ibis meeting and all members are reiinested to be present. Hay .Myers has resigned lii.s jiion with )�;. S. Bowden, of Taber, and jlias again taken up farm operations. ; .Mrs. I'etry and daiightpr. Mrs. .1. ;i;ipeii. visited ai .Mrs. ,). Seager on � Sal iirda.v. 1 in iliP fnlure .Mis-^ I'ook will be �at honip," with Mrs. Finders. ' l{e\-. K. S. HilPhip will reside witli [.). W. (JIDiert in tho i'nnire. I M\\ [tryiin and son Arthur, are on |th" farm making lU'eptirations for, i spring v jrk. ' ' ;, nne lo unite the literary soeiel;. an.l the Kariiier.5' I'liion to which uu'. stienumis objections were di-;! o\ .,nd expressed. Church services .it Sundial scdiool house on Sunday. Tom U'lUiams is ai;ain preauibulai-iiig the realm of hi.-, e\ietisi\C' doir lin and r. ^ wresting a meauer pittance tiom' assisted jtiie bloated bond liohlers of th.^ tele-I phone company for rhe omeose of iui-proMng liis fiut iinariei seciion. ! V. K. Fngen is kept busy these day.-- gcitiiig ready for opciaiiins on' �his farm, and kec'iim; up his stock of general merchandise. 1 Tony f.roty. Fri-.l I.tiselb' and r. t'l \ : .Andrews arc refcricd as upcoming' Miuiip i.opular as shindig muscian?. I Hcrt Dunn ami .^'i.-is S. Kimen li;:-'iited with -'^Irs. H'bl. iiurns of ftow-j ville from l^"riday until Stind.iy. I iiuspK had an ac-liiiti tinable lo for some li!l^', and as soon as [ he was able to lend to liis work a.i;ain his l liipi-var-old daughter, who is bolhpred with liip trouble, was . lakpti lo Ihe hospital, where she will I have to reiuain for two ypiirs. And ' now, on top of all this trouble, conies the news about his homp.stead being ! uiiilpc pancellatloti. Vg. KePfc's : iipigiibors, who all havp sympathy tor 'Jiini. say that, he is away on a doctor's iiprmil, and they are now all wonderiiie who tliP irfan is who been heart Ipsvs cnruii;)) to caii.';p cancellation of his homestead. has ilip , FOR Electric Vacuum Cleaners, Heaters, Stoves, Irons, Batteries, and Motors SEE W. L. McKenzie & Co. Electricians phone 637 706 drd Ave WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE I WEALTHY LIVERYAMN OF WINNIPEG DROPPED DEAD of \ c rv !ip;; and aulo- bc no guod. Wl .ihai Ihe roads all .Mr. I'iehidiii, llie roads are niobilin.:; wo'iM hoiie, Willi I;ill! dry up soon -Mr. lluhliii..e,- and Mr. W. Bruchp-hen madp a ioisiness trip to I.eih-brldge lasi week. Sorry to stn we're a little late, but better linle hue than not at all, in hat a lovely baby girl Mr and Mrs. Ole Luiid- Ai a big meeting in Montreal addressed by lion. Clifford SIfton, Prof. Leacock, lion. T. Chase Casgraln and T. A. Trenholiiio, a resolution wasj liasspi! o!>posing reciprocity. Some' Ktndents made considerable trouble,! taking Sifion's carritlge and burning; it. .Addtessinp Ihe Canadian CUib in .Montreal yesterday ffon. Fratik Oliver einpliaslzed the unity ot the east and Ihe west in Canada and tne miinial dfcpeiidence of the parts. Mrs. Chas. Schenck. of Chicago, has conf'.esppd 10 shnoling her husband last Saiiirday. She formerly came Irom Mamilton. Ont. f)a\id MofTalt, repogiiized ag Colorado's greatest citizen, died in New Winnipeg, March IS.-Thompson .Morrison, proprietor of a Winnipeg livery barn, dropped dead at 1.30 this morning on the street outside the Hoyal Oak Hotel, and being carried into the hotel, died before medical aid could reach him. He was fi5 years of age and resided *t the hotel where he died. He has,lived In Win- Dr. de Van's Female Pllto A reliable Frendi regoUtor; nevtr faili. ThtM e .(lib- ' Ingram is visiting ai her uncle, C. K. In.araiu r;: has liouulil a horse his little girls, so Ihpy attend school. ; .Mr. taken l.oekhart uj) their and family hoineslead havp again fliities. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON & NEEDS, Proprietors Importers of Scotch Granite Kootenay Marble Specialists We are 15 per cent, cheaper than any other firm in the west See our work and get our prices 8th St. S., near 3rd Ave. Lethbridge, Alberta^^ j SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS I Sai.iiia:. -March T.-Think of skefh-iiii;; uiih iielicil a few items of iiUei-esi t .1- I be (usual reader for some lime I can resisl the lempialion no , longer, so here goes ; Sundial was well i>-jrf?pnied at Uospiueai! on l-"i iday eipning last wh(Ue a goodi;. nambor of thp Klilp of ilie iieinh,or!!oud a.ssembled to 'rill the lighi fantasiie toe. .Mis..; xiiihie l':ngen and Mr .Dunn \� Pit- nier lo liowville attending the bo|i and ippon a pleasant tiniP. TI,o-.e irie-.-etii on Saturday e\eiiiiig ol last week at Mr. Farley's, repori Uiin a- for Irs seed v, bea-. \iid Ir; the wa'.", iherc'll be .-one-Muiig doing Ml the neat f'li.tre ifthesi' lialiu> iirc e/.es on'iliun sifting MiroU'-ili the Crow's Xesi I'ass at ihe present tale, .\loug the line of ftiriu-ing oiierations some of the horny linndpil sons of toil are getting ner-VOU-, you can see thum meandering jaroiiiid their domaif with a smile that luon'' come off, anticipating so many loiislii-l.s |)pr j i;. '\\' ,\m)rcws, who has been \iall-ling his witp iwid dau2hipr= in Iowa ; for se-. eral weeks, has returned and �!.; again at home lo his numeroiis triPhds on I7-lM-iri. ilo reports his � wife's nioiher as still in a x er,\- crlt-.ical condition, with Utile hope for her j recover.v. i)r. Woodcock is l-'em miiip Mhese davs irving li orgar!:p ; IJoru, to ,Mi cm Sunda.v, baliy Mr.-. C K trip to I.eli. i; .Mr. aud Mi liov are , i-:'i j.l. M. Willi..o .lo,- �>laip , - lUluil. lie � . le.--, li.iiiiP^'t'- ' to sec liioi !�� I Ml lb !'�� I week. iia\ :e Mils bin ! Inioniiis 01 Siiver.-I �� iiri|i lo !!�� e .\iiioni; ihii-y.f Kii;;^ -i and .Mrs. larch I-, Win. liarilpii a boniicinp ugen maib' a ini-dge last weel.. A. .1. 1.1a-,Lies and g at i lip home of iiah\ .Mrs. .igain lo be .-eeii in our (ome oui lo put in il 111 !es. .md we a re '.: lad apaiil. I-, l.el !:ioid--e Charles IjChniai!, whoso name ig aj linusehold word In many parts of| Moiuana tis a pioneer tiiid one of tliei greatest inercharis thp stale has' known, died al Lewiston. ! Krnest Crofts. U..-\., the noted painter and meniber of fhf- Royal Academy, is dead. C. .S. IJavirison was elected mayor of Indian Mead bv acclamation to serve the nne.ypiri'd lerni of the late !'. L. .Mackay. A fire in liie %vholpsale district of Staunton, \'a., caused a loss estlmal-pd at $1011.Ola). The chief loss was sustained bv the Siaiintoii Milling Co, who;e iilant was lotally destroyed. Wilhoui a word of opposillon Aid. F. .v. SiipII was appointed by the Saskatoon 1 ock. .1 udgc I lou^h I :ii 111 thrpp \ ea I s in li oil ,ii .Mlaiii.i, Ca opei.ited ,is a slnek Mint FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banlcingf businesii including the discount and collection of .sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free ot cbai^ on application. BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce lo be operated by mail, and will receive the same carafol attention a.s is given to all other departments of the Bank's businaas; .Money may he depo,sited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily aa by a personal visit to the Bank. jSl Lethbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Notirsc. Mgr* �d- 1 cl.i cr..l .M iiiiiii r the I rill iiaiiie .Miiurop Hp i-- alle.upd to luuc -ccur-.);:'iilfl,fiOii h\ his oper UvCl iV ilHir Rebuilt Engine i I'iuranteed. Suitable for driving Large MilL Munroe's btsi stock oni-ralions look place 111 Mo'itipal, after \Uilch he oner.lied in liosion and New York \ ago he v, aactnc lu several UIV1I-. Ill Toi'oii'o, but a puiihciC.' cam li.iii'.ii lu tlip pre--. rit'op itiui oul. ; i1tjlckl,V' .slop?, (uudliu. cures ctjld^i. bcal-. rba thro,it niifi tiiiiitu 23 c-rnto A SLOGAN l:;diior of ihe lierald Sir.-Here is a siogpu iliai was seat I'l lo W, Iv rJolibiu, le, ilip writer, but was Kui laip lo (oiiipcic fur th,> f.-i.op prue I ihiiiK it is a nooil one "liaiii, snow or liiow, I.eiliiiridge wlieiii ,ind 'Oal miups grow." Voiis ir ils il. A. A. THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAU Capital Paid I p................$4,000,000 Kt'stMve Fund ..................1�4,400,000 79 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AG1:NTS and CORRESPONDENTS In all the Principal Cities ot Oi* I-NTTRD STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and In all parts of the World. -Collections Promptly Mads- SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMT neposlts o� It and upwards received aniJ Interest allowed from dale of deposit, A General Banking Business Transacted This banlt endeavors to give prompt aod inteltlfent attention te ail business and invites rour Account. Letlibiidge Branch-K.D.John�ioii, Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH - D. C. MORRISON, MANAQtR � =- A ;