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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT MILLION DOLLAK K1KK IN MOLSON HUEWKUV MUSTRRAl.. Miuvh lue ei'.eiit of JUW'.CC'O acd more I dime Tvhfn tlu- of Ib9 Brewery was Ji-siroyiwl by last night. I.arxO qu-iiititio? Of K shBllao am! sloruJ In warehouse wcro bunted. Fireman Laohinoe. who i overcome by smoke, was reported afternoon to tic nscovorrns. Socialist Papers Are Xol Pleased Object (o BERLIN', March Jo.-Tho new Got-. IWd Up .nd Re ac post tnSay. H sives the list of the; remodelled ministry as follow? Premier. C.ustav Bauer; vlcecnan-; cellor and minister of Justice, Dr.; Schlffer; mialster cf foreign affairs. Dr. Herman Mueller; minister ot Iho Divided Moisture Plentiful 1920 FEEtWllSTIC NYet Equinox lirought Home in Poor '-Shape (Krom Our Own jjr. ivciwfL, OltlON'. March snow Interior. Herr Koch; minister of de- to sucli an Interior. Herr Koch; minister of de- to such an ex'.ent at the cross- tense, Herr Gessler; minister of Iran- j !ug Ilsar Mr WMI Of Orion, that sport. Dr. Be'.l; minister of labor, jast Tuesday was delayed Herr Schllke; minister ot the mall was not oat a', tlon, Herr SllberBChmidl; minister of ,na postoffiep until alter midnight, economics Dr. minister ot After being in Ihe drift for about two 'posts and telegraphs, Herr Glesberts; hours, the Irain divided, tho first minister without portfolio, Dr. EA- nart beius lakeii to Orion p.ud SI any- irari David. berries, water also was needed by ihe Tho ministers not In the old cabl-1 engine. Heturnins 10 the drift again ttet are Herr Gessler, who is mayor crew set to work and after some LEVI THOMSON Former- Unionist M.I', for Qu'Ap- jielle. Saskatchewan, who has been ibosou as whip lor the Farmers'party at the cross-i during the session of the Commons. Ret are nerriiessier, wno is IHQJUI.UI mu crew iv, Nuremberg; Capt Cnno, who is the dl-1 liiile i course of events has entitled them to morning. expect a strong leaning to the latter! Burins the week special services In the government's policy. The ap- have been held in the district south Bolntment of Copt. Cuno Is particu- of (own. K. C. Woods of Orion, larlv displeasing to them, he being re-1 assisting the Rev. J. Golding. There gurded as a member of the right. has been a good attendance at the Governor Harding Federal Reserve Board TO the Canadian Olub and Savn' is tho greftt remedy for the. High Cost of Living." Tfae advantages of a Savings Account are apparent to moat peraonB, but have you experience il the convenience- of a Joint Ac- count? Any of our 39O Branch will you tha partioularfl. ASSETS EXCEED UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge A. Dunbar, Manager', use Caidrton and meetings. Her. J. Golding conducted the preaching service ft! Orion Union Church on Sunday, March 21st (ho Ilev. 11. C. Woods tnkins the services usually takeii by Hev. Goldlns. south nf town. Tiiorc has been unite, a number of farmers in Orion during the past week. inie oi the attractions being tbree cars of hay which wero dlslrlbuted by Mr. ji.i. Kobinson tu farmers needing feed for spring work. When the cars were emptied it was foumt that there wero sovoral who had to go away Cutout tbeir wants being supplied, but it is expected that more cars of hay will be shipped in before- long. There is a difficulty in getting lo know just how much hay is needed at Ibis point as a number who had come for hay had not made revious applications for the- same. Mr. M. J. Rogers has returned from lanft where he has been'for soiue- ime. Mrs. Rogers is still at Banlf long with Mrs. Scobto, who is re- overing from the 'flu. The snow is melting and a part ol he ground Is quite clear. The suow has not molted quite as quickly as it does some years, but this gives Ihe and a bettor chance of holding the moisture. The coulees were all active on pat urday and Sunday, much water pass ns here on its way to tho lake. For the past few days Orion couL almost boast ot having a river pass ng through the. streets. Stream tnee-neop were the nor( of the townsite Saturday and Sun day. This ot course is people travelling around, but eojoyab! to the younger members of the coin mnnity especially the boys. Uev. Mr. Borgen. who has been suf- fering 4rora the 'flu is now able to take up his work again, service be- ing anrounced at the Barby school- house on 4th. far tverymt VERY Florsheim Shoe in our store is priced on a basis of our purchases made last Spring. We have not, and will not, advance our prices to today's quotations but shall continue to give our patrons the benefit of our purchases, the same as in the past, during this period o! continued advance in well satisfied with our usual margin of profit, We business for today building a permanent good will over a period of years. You will find our Florsheim shoes moderately priced, value considered. The next lot will be considerably higher. LOUIS KEEL Exclusive Agent for Lelhbridge ttVom Our Own trorrssooT'lvnt) T HAVERS, March of Mu-s Turner tuirry to lesrn that on Saturday morning sua was sent io Ihe (Medicine Hot hospital suffer- from bad eye. Mr. llray has led Trams and Mrs Hiay will soon Join him In Winnipeg. llray sold out lib hardware stock, -o netlute ago. but ive were In hopes' lie would start "P in some line again here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones returned trorn the oust where they have been visiting their daueliter. Mr. Earl Jones purchased a new team of Mrs. Guy McCann returned from Vulcan this week where she has been visiting her husband the tnree weeks. Mr. anil Mrs. Kvert Creenman re- turned homo last week Irom Orauum. The St. Patrick's dance was well at- ndc-d in Travers. A number o( isnt people were there In spito ot: ail roads. Farmers will soon be on the land, nil hopes are htgh onco again, lots of noisture and few high winds to carry away. The roaijs are In nad shape irouBh heayy loans nf feed and seed cine hauled. Mr. Mitchell's brother snd ero visiting. Joe Sheridan hds a brother bere rom the states looking for a farm to nirchase. The fanners Here are lien are being ?85 per month. BEWARE OF DECEPTION Statistics show that when egg men is as constituent of baking powder, the amount so used is too small (usually of to affect the quality or effectiveness of the baking powder containing ft, and when so used, is plainly for the purpose cf fraud. .Intelligent buyers will not permit themselves to be deceived by the water glass test. MAGIC BAKING POWDER contains no alum or egg albumen and is guaranteed to be composed of the ingredients printed on none other. Made in Canada By Canadians For Canadians TO SEND OLYMPIC TEAM LONDON. March Now .iimuiuiiul Olympic council his resolved to the send a team to the Olympic games to inference I held in Antwerp, say'n. a dispatch hop I Quttea niimber of noyal Northwest I to the London Times from Welling- A deputation from the men is go-' Mounted Police have arrived In town.! ton. ons forwarded to the acting pre- aler. tho attorney general and tho op- oiitlou leader at Ottawa. The men re prepared to BO back if the cheek- ft rule Is revoked, aud liyor an open ing to interview the operators and, see If some working basis cannot be hOXlJON. Jiarcn agreed upon. The men are quite laud Olympic council his resolved to __.... _i__. nr tha .1 mnm Olvmnlc Eamefi to hopeful about the outcome of conference. Work is Being Done on C. P. E. Dam -Farmers' Are Cheerful JFrnm orr COLEMAX, March Carson and C. Scott spent a few dare In Cai ary lust week, returning Monda> morning. Principal Powell and his tatne went to Taber on Saturday evening' train. They will visit their tarn while there. Mr. and Mrs. Norman of Lethbndg were renewing acquaintances in Cole man this week-end. A splendid recital was given in th opera house on Wednesday evenin by the GrosBmtth company. The ha was packed to capacity. The schoo worked hard to make a success of] Ihis concert as 20 per cent of the pro- IL ceeds were returned to the school and Is to be applied on tho purchase of 11. piano. The recital was well received. Cirossmlth excelled as .a pianist; and impersonator. Miss Hill nang j two solos whluli. were greatly ap-; nlauded 'and1' Mr. Hrookea showed great skill In his ifolin selections.! The whole repertoire made a veryj pleasant evening's program. Mr.'! GrosEmith will, be welcomed back to Coleman. The mines are running but very, few men ore working. Large public meetings have been held and rcbolu- 'Prnm Our Own Match' many changes of weather we seem to be gradually maWnV Ih'e' transition from winter to spring. Winter seems to exceedingly reluctant to leave- us though. Every ctorm that comes though seems to broaden the grin on he face of the farmer as he says that his is an additional insurance of a crop this coming season. Feed anil seed Is being steadily haul- ed to the country these days, while mplement agents are stocking their supplies. These, with the advent of gophers and birds are so many har- bingers oE spring. Mr. Grtflith, of Letnbrldge is visit- Ing at the home of his ,Mr. Vi'm. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt paid a visit to returning on yesterday's train. Mrs. White, and young 'Masler Crow- ley cnme home yesterday; .Mr. Prosser was a business visitor to Calgary last week. i.Mr. McDowell has come home from se where.ho paased through rery severe attack of influenza. Fie- fore going to tbo hospital he had been working at Coalhurst. Mr. Mclnnes has home from Coalhursl. Mr. Urban WIHsc spent about ten days in Calgary, returning yesterday. Several work cars were left In town yesterday. Some work Is-to bo done on the C.P.It, dam In tho coulee. Kim- mett llros. are just finishing the fourth artesian well for the C.P.Il. Some people wonder what the C.P.R. insertd doing with foremost, spending FH murh mnney as Ihey are lo securc- nn Hljiintliinrc of writer. Horn lo Mr. anil Mrs. '.McCnbo hi j n pon. i I EXCHANGE RATES Three Years Trouble Ended and Fesls Fine Trmlac _ Was a Blessing. i YORK. March Kales on opened In hero imlsy at ll.M, or nnei i close, and n for thf. prpKcnl upsvarti I Fnnn; fliiinui.1.1; solrl at the rate of 14 for ll-.o Anight fin dollar, up centimes, and lire chcrjiies at lfl.36. up 2ff were riuotcd at I. -10 ci-nts Caiuidlatl dollars wcrr at 91.75 ccnln this In Toronto lalmr moving to in iz'iiinns arc rlinin n[ ro at n PK'trtinf; a few itK'i lolrl Mil; lahof TIHTI tiiat vvlien liielr rhKlli slums Ilii-y cuuld iiiillze ti' orgiiniiriilioii n "As I have not only gained twenty pounds in weight but have been rid of all my troubles after three years j of suffering since 1 started taking; Taulac I don't think 1 can say too! muoli for said Mrs. M. Mel'lierton., 702 Union street, Vancouver, 13. C., recently. "Three years ago." continued Mra. Mcl'herson, "I began to suffer tor-; rlbly from indigestion. My, appetite left me, almost entirely and even the, smnll of food caused me to become nauseated. Often I wo'ild go all day without eating a thinf, and at no lime ever ate more than a mouthful or two and even tho little I forced down caused a burning sensation in I my stomach anil 1 would bloat until i I could hardly gel my breath. Then.' too, 1 suffered with the worst sort of sharp In my stomach, and In the. region ot my heart, which would pal- pitate dreadfully. 1 suffered a great deftl from dizziness and at times had j such intense In my back 1 couW j not Btoop or bend over. My nerves were, in had condition 1 would Just roll and toss from one side of the lied to the other all night, and by morning was so ivornout I could hardly get up, In fact, 1 was so badly run down and felt so.tired and weak- all tho limo i' --SKS just torttiro for me to do my housework. I was also bad- ly constipated and hsii to ho always taking fining sore of laxative. "I was in Oils dreadful condition when a friend of mine told mo of how Kilo hud been lienefittert by Tan-i Inc. and advised me to try 11. t did and urn Kind I did. for H lias mailej mo feel Just like a new person. My np-i pclile li; simply I ban it ever was I can I cat anything I want and everything I ap-tcs with mo perfectly. I novcrhavc] the slightest sign of ImlieCHtinu, or of Iho licart and the pains In my and spells hnvo left me entirely. My nerves aro In finp condition and 1 can .sleep oa as a child all night long and always get up In throirtornlng feeling so much refreshed that my houwnvnrk Is a pleasure. Tnnlac has aureiy proven R hleaslng to mo and I will always pralra H." ynld In by -John n. lligiiiljolliam ft In Coal- imrsl, by DianmiKl DniR f; Hlalfr.ncry viiori.-. if by Mrs. N. TJer- 7 ES.' SmlMDQlIARfERS 5) A.D. tC. First with the new styles AT the start of each season men come to us and ask, "What is Society Brand show- When we display these new ideas, as we are now doing, it is advance information of correct spring styles. FOR YOUWG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG MADE IN CANADA The high standard of workmanship is apparent in every stitch of construction. Every garment is tailored difference in prices is merely in the cloth and trimmings. The fabrics are all-wool. McKelvie Largest of Men's Wear in Southern Aacnts (or Jacgc-r Pure Wool, Clued Sh tis and Cnllats, Geo. A. Slater Shoes K1RKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ;