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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monaay, March 24,1913 THE lETHBBIPQE DAILY HEBALP Page 5 Your Real Estate Broker. In Real Redcliff Invites Will Tell You That anson Is Back Of It Under It, Around It. � Examine The Found- Think What Redcliff Is fpundecl upon tlie actual estaWislied assets of population, pay roll, industries in successful operation and permanently employed. Redcliff Real Estate Values are stable-tliey are growing up witK tlie Industrial Development, His Shrewdest Customer s Insist Upon Seeing His Redcliff Offerings First The reason is that REDCLIFF prices are advancing faster tkan any otkers in tlie whole length and breadth of the Dominion Is Going For Inside Investments And Information See Landis & Co. On The Spot Branch Office, Medicine Hat There's something hack of RED-CLIFF- -sometliing substantial and permanent IT IS Power-Power HARNESSED TO INDUSTRY And More-There Are No Transportation Problems On The Prairie Level Let Us Demonstrate tKese important points for you J. L. Landis & Co. On the Spot Branch Off ice at Medicine Hat R CLUB Cozily Fitted Building Opened with. Interesting Ceremony-News of Mountain City Cranbrook, B; 0., March 22.-The formal opening of the new Men's Club on, Hanson avenue, took place last night. 'Dhe building has been under construction during the winter months, and despite the difficulties occasioned by the severe Aveatliec recently experiAnoed, the contractors, Messrs. Baker and. Banfield, are to be congratulated on the manner in which 'the U'ork has been pushed on and fm-BUy completed, ,;The latest of Cranbrook's puhllc buildings' is admirably adapted for the purpose. lor which- it has been prected and consists of a basement Bwimming pool with heating apparatus wiliich will enaible the members to enjoy the luxury of a swim the year  f rounxl, 'and a large gymnasium, well v equipped with aU the latest gym'nas-(tic appliances and apparatus. The, idtSa ol such a club has baen niooted lor soiiie time, and last year Itook definite, shape in the aoquisition of a corner plot opposite the Methodist church, quickly to be foUowedby thi! Rxcavatfon for the swimniiing pool and the erection of the newly opened (building. Tho oxeoutlvo isj a strong one with !Mfr J. D, McBride as presidunt, and Ur. \V, F. Attridge as secretary. The Bcrvicos IvaVe been secured ol Mr. J. ' Wilkinson, late assistant secretary of . the Y. M. 0. A. at: Brooklyn. New iVork', who comes ,to Oranbrook with NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES V [.'Women's commonest ailment: ;',t-the'root of.so'muoh of: their f." ill-healtli-promptly yields; to the gentle but certain^ action of Na-Dru-do Laxatives. 2So. a box at your dru^jgtst's. NATIQNALDRUa AND OMKMIOAkCO.'; or CANADA, UMITeOi.. Iv. I 1 , 161:';; an established reputation as a gymnast and instructor. The opening yesterday nwy be said to have lasted all day, as the club was thrown open unrestrictedly, and all were welcome, to make use of the swimmmg and gymnastic racilities or to inspect the various parts and ap-plijinoes. The more formal proceedings in the evening began at 7:30 with an exhibition of swimming and diving by local experts, and at 8:30 there followed a musical program, of' exceptional merit. The principal speaker of the evening was, Mr. T.E. Simpson, until twoyeairs'ago the proprietor of the Cranbrook Herald and now a resident at � Victoria, B, C. The speeches were, mostly brief and were interspersed, with songs, amongst others the toUowing, ladies and gentlemen : Mrs. A. B. Macdon-ald, Mrs. W. A, Kisbet, Mrs. Ed. Pa-terson, the ;0'diIfellows' Quartette, a" always popular number', Mr. G. F.. Stevenson and Mr. Harold Darling. The general company present was one of tlie 'largest ever., gathered i'n Cranbrook and included the nfinisters of several denominations and the.city council. Mayor Bowness :was unfortunately unable to be present owing to absBjico at the coast. '� The new; Men's .Glub,starts on its way with every prospect of a long career of popularity and usefulness, ' Cranbrook was again visited by a heavy snow fall on; Tuesday night, the iall'contihuinp, steadily all day ,on Wednesday J East and wflstbound trains were, both somewhat' delayed, but no general tie-up resulted. Judge Ryan has returned'-from'his trip to youthern California, but say.5 in spite.of all he saw that, Cranbrook looks good to him. , Tlie Board of trade held a meeting of the executive at the city hall, when several matters of importance to the district were dealt with. A Communication was received trom the secretary of agriculture iu reference to establishing a demonstration orchard at Cranbrook, and steps taken to further that-object. Committees were appointed to urge various matters on the off)oials of the C.P.R; including the establishment of ready-\tiado farms, the operating hea'dquarters 'of the Kootenay Central railway, and; the claims of Cranbrook as the site of the now creosoting works it is understood the Natural Resources Department will shtittly instal and operate, , "A much ni^edod ^ improvement will shortly be brought' ,to the notice of )he. City Council for its decision, in rtic proposed diversion of' the creek, which now passes almost - through the centre ot tho city, to a channel west of the C. P. R". depot and tracks. The proposed chamge would be an advantage in ev^ry respect and it is hoped the city fatherjs .will see,their )Vay to put tho m^ttei 'iu baud this season. EASIER A JOYOUS DAY AT MACLEOD ALL CHURCHES HELD BRIGHT SERVICES-FARMERS PRE-  PARING FOB SEED TIME Wacleod, March 22.-A meeting of several (artnors' unions held in Mac-leod on Saturday, brought many of the farmers to town. The winter weather gives each on� a chance to have all seed ready^for the seeding, which will be in full blast in a very short time. � w. M. Campbell K.C., is on a business trip to Edmonton. > Easter services In the chufches was one long to be - remembered by all who attended. In the Roman Catholic it was special, and a full Easter, choral service was given in the Church o� England. Rev. G. B..,Hall gave timely address in the morning and this was added to by the music, the congregation making It truc'y that there is more live stock shipped' out of the Pincher Creek district in one vear than there is from any other district o� its size in-Western Canada. A. Dixon, of Spring Ridge, .who with his motiier and sisters, has been-spending the winter. at tlie coast, has returned to his home here. They , all come back to Pincher Creek. Peter Ward, formerly ot this district, but lately of Calgary, has been spending a few days in town this week on business. Mr. Bridges, of .Cranbrook, spent a tew days here this week with his, daughter, Mrs. H. Hinton. Mrs. Ilin-ton , accompanied him on � his return and will spend a tew days -with her parents at tlie above ' city, � Howard and Hector'Marcellus, o� Western Canada College, are spending, the Easter holidays with their parents here. l'\hey are accompanied by their Iriend, Mr. McKearn,. also , of, the Western Canada College. George Marcellus, of FisJiburn, left' tor 'Vancouver on Friday, and will rcnuain there for; some-ftime. Mr. and Mrs. W. Marcellus returned on Sarturday from a three months' honeymoon trip to California and other coast points ot interest. Thfey will reside at Fishburn-in future.  Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cooke andciiil-; dren arrived from the west on Satur-: day and will spend a few days with the lattor's sister here, Mrs. Leonard": Norman. Mrs. Cooke is rapidly re-fovering] from her; recent illnbss', which necessitated, her'removal trijm* tlie train at Fernie. 'Jerome Rich and Philip H. Becker,, ot Western filanada College, Calgary;' are spendijig 'the � Piaster holidays with their'^arents; at -BuCfalo ranch; Quicksand has been: found ;by sur-; veyors of the, np-w route for the Wel-land Canal, and' Chief Bi^glneer Well-r er will go to PanaHia tq jjtudy meth-, ods of coping wUk it. Since Eieptembw.'ia'll, the pTlce of. hogs li^Si advaamd $4 , cwt.. la, Lou'' F REPORTED THAT DELBRUCK ASPHYXIATED HIMSELF TO ESCAPE SPECULATION r y ' , LOSSES Berlin, MaMh 24.-It) ile ::reportetf here that the sudden death la�t wefek >>a of Ludwlg Deibruck, the well kno-wii^I'-^^J German' financier; who was ithe: jji"!-^ :i�/ vate banker of the Kaiser,- and-mauyi'tavij aged His Majesty's personaV moaey-Sgil affairs, was due to suicide 'by asphyxj latlon. . : �Unfortunate speculation Is Bald:.;;t,qi� be the cause. He was an intimated," friend of the Kaiser, who often.' bunt�:>? ed on his preserves. T�Ie|traphlngi# to "his widow, after the ban'ker*S: deitliS^ the' Emperor referred to Delbruo!csa�#[f'''i >welK; known throughout Europe: and Amerli^' ca as the chief financier: in-for�igaJ markets for Busslia. He was ah''li{-^ timste friend iof: Count Witte,55aiid^ floated Russia's loans at the timeioti? the war with Japan, �''"'�'i Hamilton council and various ^ao-i!j cieties may unite to open a Bhel,ter.-,|, for immigrants. . '"" COMPimY CURED , -v? OF DYSPEPSr? 'Bf Ha'-Dnt.Go Dyspepsla'jiblets' We are continually hearing fftaa' rgratefnl: people who:aave, had experii enpes like that of Miss Alice E.Cobpef^^ of .Niagara: PaUs,, Ont.i^who writ��::|S�!;�|, VI wish to-* express my gratitude'teS you'iorthe benefit I received fiwla^^^^ : most /wonderful Dyspepsia^ Tabl^ii H.aying taken other medicines -withe, having received the slightMt-itelwlEi .Ttibleta and thought I- wonWc^vfi a trial. I hare been compietelyffs of dyspepsia, aiw^ll be only ,tod;r' tpadviseanyonetroObledWltlildT .to give.them a fair trial;',.', J.S'm Biye the:.jmmediate'relfef-^'n'w and buiouaness; wnfcb.M so] ::buti:ff ;tak��^lflg!ilwlj|r' -' weeks. ;the7:ooiiJ�lef^-ag;yravate