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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'RIDAY, MARCH 26. 1920 THE I.F.T11RH1DGF D'A'ILY HER ALP TM.GR NINE ho vcouM be I IE i i In! aiier was omit- II accouul his see him at any I'-ice bo lileAsed to receive them. This olter ol tbe preai ..d (torn the published ac- reply lo tha miaers' delegates. No Railway Strike LONDON, Warofa possibil- ity ol a general railway strike orlgln- in dlttlcuUIei on tho Lancaster- Yorkshire railway bis been dispelled. It was announced this ovealns that the Blrlko of 2009 on that lino had been called off, the dispute bavins been eeltled. Vill .Be Pleased to Them Any Strike Called Off March Premier Lloyd Invlttd tho eiecutke miners' ALBERTA PRISONERS IN PRINCE ALBERT PEN PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., llarch 25. Sovonty-flfe prisoners from the At- borta renltcatlary at Edmonton reach- tie city yeslorday bavins boon brought in over the Canadian Nation- nion to meet him this morn-} a, The two coaches with barred windows, lett Kdnioutou Wednesday night. Ing to discuss tho wage Question. The ihlners1 who. havo been in foiilereriee liere, adjourned until four o'clock this afternoon, when it Is ei- jtected they will'receive a report ol ilio interview. POLICE BARRACKS PESTROYED COHK, Jlarcl! police bar- racks at- Gortaleft, sereti nilles south- It was announced this morning with! c-ast of Tralee, In County Kerry, pro- to the reports printed ofjvlnca of 'Monster, blown up and tWpreinler's refusal to negotiate fur- r destroyed by fire today. Three pullcc- tlicr Ihd miners' federation, thatinsen were seriously injured, but (here !Mr. l.loyd George at the close of his I DO civilian casualties. Xo ar- laft talk with the miners' ronresenta-, rests have lieen'made In connection lives informed that If they desired lo with the osploslou. A the smartest of soft hats for Spring. As light andaity as an Aprilbreesje. STETSON, too, in its "blue-ribbon JOHN a STpTSOrTCOMPANY U.S.A. S T E T S ON WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN CANADA iN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS WE.'Li. BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST.- AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd, 1261 2nd AVE. S. I.ETHBRIDGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE S95 Had to be Rate Planned (From Our OK-I. CHKSTOX, H.C., March tcr of (our wu'Mings in about Icn days the (ore part of this njonth caught Creston short of right-size wed- ding rings, anil in order to proceed with at least two marriages It- was necessary to borrow (ho gold b.Kiids of those who had previously appeared in tbe high court of hyraeti. Creston Is at present experiencing lue situation of being without a. resi- dent Protestant clergyman ot any sort. Methodist pastor, beei! ID a- coast liospUa) since Hie end of December, is still an in- valid, and Is not likely to bo back unlll May, while on Friday, !lev. T. iMcCordV Projfljyterlaii pastor resign- ed, left for Victoria, where be'Is go- lug into life Insurance, With a guar- antee of approximately now re- quired before even a missionary pas- tor will he Gent local congregations are (hiding the financial burden more than they care to carry, and It will not be surprising if tbe emergencj does not produce a united cburcb ven shortly. The birth rate for the Creston Val ley for March has already eclipsed al! previous records by a matter of two hundred per ceiil. at least a vThose habitually" well-groomed carry that neatne'ss to things be- y'ond clothing. It suggests .a neat- ness which is sure to be applied to other things." "Social advantages are fre-. quenlly obtained as the result of pleasing personal appearance." "First impressions are lasting with many individuals." "The appearance of having money carries with it the impres- sion of the power to make money." "To see an individual well- tkessed produces a pleasurable sensation m others and puts them in a favorable mental attitude to- Ayard the individual." well-dressed has unconsr cibus effect on the carnage of the individual, and conversely a good carriage promotes a desire for good clothing." "Being well-dressed has an effect upon the emotions of the individual, sucK as joy, etc. "Clothing often reflects the habits of living, such as home "Being well dressed requires a certain amount of cleanliness ;'therefore, is hygienically worth while." man's clothes, in fact, are naturally in a social community, part of'him- self. They are not something that he puts on and takes off and bear no rela- tion to his personality, but the clothes a man wears aVe part of his personality, considered from a common-sense point of view. Therefore they should fit it. They should be on him unobtrusively. They .should be.part intfe self-respect and self-confidenc.O'-which seem fo be, in fact, however loath we may be to accept the fact, partly dependent on clothes in some per- sons largely so dependent, are intimately part and parcel of the initiative or every individual." "If a man hasn't self-respect he will not have that self-confidence which is the necessary preliminary.to a normal success.- He to do things, but my deliberate opinion that self-confideave a.large amount of initiative; and in my deliberate opinion that salf-confidence for the gi'eat mass of men is to'an extent dependent on being well dressed." We are Custom Tailors and Clothiers A suit from a big line of materials "made for by our expert tailors you desire a famous THORNTON- DOUGLAS SUIT tailored by "Canada's leading ready-to-wear bouse. In either you will be well but not expensively dressed. fil FRED THAEH i 11 IrlljIjLi 315 FIFTH STRErTT SOUTH (Ion. Mills. injhUli-r ol nines for at, aTcccju in Tcironio rotnritH frtnti Jinvii iiiiori mill JTicl.OOO.n been pnijl to i (hr-H she v.ill rOU men who own cars do not switch from one tire to another for the fun ot the thing. Maple Leaf Tires will give you what you are looking easy riding qualities, freedom from tire troubles, and cost per year. That is a statement. The proof lies at the dealer near you carrying Maple Leaf Cords, Plain Triads, and Non-Skids Local Distributor's Canada Hardware Co.' TDE MAFLE LEAF HUBHER CO.. Untiled, ;