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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin- TjymiunnoK datt^^ nEi?AiJi Pase 9. Ail Endless Chain of Satisfied Users Hijjihf through {!io West, up, ihiwn and ihtoss du' country iiwi' snv liters ;u!(iii. :\I;iroli -Syciiic; iiroirJili. �.l;f uclor. flied IoiIh.v. i' ilic ; " imod ' H( r'Ufd V For CN>iisjij)atiot? Medicine that Does Not Cost thinp UnleSE It Cures The ac'iive luedirjnal hiKi'mli-'ii:;! if ^ rii'xnll OiTlfi!i,'s. iwi'uli is odiilc ^i. I lnat(lf?s and f"lTic?.-;, is ni: r^ii!i!�� !v ] n'nv discovory ( fnnLinmi \vitl\ �5>:i roMK ly val'inldf ih^'i rdi^'lUi;. 'iJi-nis � licrrc^-t liowrl rpnul!i:i)r, iaios ItkiI InviKiiradii- and sireriKMn'ii'-r. � 'pxall OrdrTJlos n ir i-.iii'n lik- .nd aiT' noi"hl" for ihfii agrneai'l' \\i s ' o iIm' paiaiv .:id K'nnlli'iio;-'.- ol aiiiua. I'l'i\> 1^0 ;!ol rnn^" p.rlpiim or an> dir^-ifTi'caldc (d!0(" or iiir-jii voniciu c. � I'nl'ki' (ttli'T I)'cparaiions for i liUr-1>M i lUic. liir^y lid iii-l 'M'cale a hiiliil. I'-.M !i;sn'ad liii-y �.v"r -jnic tlip (:'U'"' ' of liahji acquirpd ilirrnisrli ilir' iisp cif cidi'iary laxative.-, laiharlirs and harsii |)!iysi( , and i.'ennani'nily re-nin'.i' ihi' (.Musp of i-iiiisiiiiaiiou or i irregular liowci action. i >.\"'\v;ll ��i'f.,nd your nionry wlilior.t nr;;.ini('ni if ilie\ do noi do as we B'.> iliry will. Two si/.fs. ifi,' and i'lc Sold only Hi our sioi-p-The lirxall S^orc. .1. 1). Hi)>inlioihnm & To., Ltd., Ej>t'(ial agi'iiis. At t^n o(l(M'l! � Har\(-, Kiati'd :lia' laml- i r"vir)n',!lv lipid lor ?hi" n had br-i a li.,ii.i"0'^i'dpd and ili(> rni'iiHrfi. with .iiijo r.i:Mil;>i of had dviv- (I! ilirrn a^nTX.l out of lio'suicRs. IIp .aa'.d iliai '*jf' cat'li' im ri h:ivo �,.-r,v.' ri'.'lts and iirivilf.ccs ' ihi-r.l.d Ijy !l!c fainii'rs and ^'i.ld ai all tiiiifs of the year. in:-UMd of lor only lour oin of tlio iwvhe momliR a'.-i ai iir.r'.-ui. pc-oni:' would ul;:vaio a larti' for mutton and wo'.ild .'n.ioy IIk' f; in ahpcp ami provide propei' biiilding.s for ili(ni. but lljr loasc thai hi' now liolil.^ i:- uiidrr the two ypars' '. I.iuf.". v.lilch -^a.vs that with a two-.�.lai's' noiiip lir niusi \ata'o his land, i. 'I'p f.'iivprnnfp/it uouhl allnv.' the l.iiid in I'll) inouniainous re,c;ions to ho Ipa.-ipd, thp plii'ip would eal all ; tlip brush .mtl help to a great extent. ________________ t.'i stop foi-psi fires, (.'a'tle will uoi � .-tay iheie. and the phet-p will, hut neraune therp was no ladder, as r.-iihis land is reserved for i-atile. Sheep (inlred by rPKulaMons, 7i eoronera i ir> j uill keep your land tree trnm wild ai Cobali. has lit Id \\'m. Sif:\enKop. ^ oats and weeds and not aljow the shaft boss of ihc reniiskainins n'.iiie.jland to beeonie as foul as it is to-SniUy of neRli(;en';e The prices of "Idcd" Beds vary accordiu;; lo ^u\v -Dot according to qi:..liiy The quality is tiic sarnr in aU - there is but one Rr.tdc of " Ideal" excellence, the best vou cm find. That i? why we are proud to put oiu Guarantee label on tUe footrail. You will be relieved of unrpr-tainly if yeti look h.r this "Ideal" Ouarantee ,^sk us to send you "The Philofophy of Sl?ep," a boofclel yuu will en-jov reading, and v.r will tell you the name of the li/cnl de.ilcr where you iriil find tiir "Ideal" line. -Ask for r.o,klpt So^ ID � IDEAL BEDDINO CU- MONTNEAL - toronto - WiMM(�Ga J i Mr and Mrs Herbert 11. Reck, of Tiit'iiilo, antiniinee the pn^at^emcnl o tlieii \iiunse-ii dae,2;hii'i, Mar]iirip, to Mr Koberl .StaideN Vlahee, vriunsest son of the lave Holn ri V. Mabee and Mrs .Maliee, of Tor.aiM The iiuirri-aire w ill t.ike place ;ii .lune. (ioil Idess the n'l tlie\ everybody Waid liecelier. i' ."A -.And in thi-; weather little less than arc ,nit;el.s. i-na lured, for' else - Ucnrv , thpv are. He .Sen.iior and Mr speuiliiii!; tI.e n'luaii di r ni ai 172 (liliuiiiir street, wii':i' Mis 111' \'eber will \ eber are the M'ssimi ()l tawa, receive on tie litsl .(.���' /liii I .^I' or ami thud \Veiluesda\s. Oa ')! the recent liealh nf Ihe �, tnotlier. Mr-, Do Velipr has The aiiiiiial haiKinet of the Hoarii of Triel" promises 'his year to erlipse all previous eiii eri a innu-iits unik'r those aaspli'ps. it will lalvp plac'j in the Let iihridse iloiel oii Tu'-sdny 'pvenliiK m\i. atid lii' iriiiiher will up liimled 10 I'remiei- .-'iftun and other proiniiioni riti.'.er.s ol .\lberia will be in attendance and uill deliver Ppeer'ht's. I'resident Ci. llauh 'uis nanied the following lomniiiiees to take e:,ar�e of ilie bani|,ifi . Han-'jUPl commi'tee .Messrs M where ihey will slay until Thiirs.liy and then go 10 Kdmonton. mil ,it DON'T ENFORCE LABOR L4WS m ronnei i Ion i day. wiih the death of AlDori S.illivan. .Mr. Rileh !,'avf> ihe number nf sheep CLARKE & CO THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK The very choicest styles ihe season has produced selling On Wednesday and Thursday at IWiHihu-nrtAm. Jti:57.'>0 and ^U).m Nalucs. yihiiiu- 1 liroiio-lioiii ihis ^|iifii(iid l(' wliii is eediKiiiiIcji ilielili-iiiii.'ii i i|i|)(iri iiii i i y to rn\'i'd modi-K b' 'he iiiosi skilled hard liihiir Tliey have ihai liiii' kid-like nnaliyv whi, h eiialiles Ihen: io mould fiKuf's :iitn tin litieii .||i-iriiil In;.ion, prodmiii;: eoi iinl.\ sl.vle. bin pcrfecl ciinUoi'i and Rraep a.- v.ell Our showinfl is complete in models suited not only to slloht. medium and full figures, but to the extra stout figure as well, affording a range of choice of four to six styles, particularly suited to each individual figure. Prices- A magnificent showing of Laces and Embroideries Unions in New York will Suspend Work for a Day as a Protest Xew York, Mareli 2^,- Sif'ins down the Rreat mass t.f iestiinon.\ ai ibe.'r 'disposal ilie eil> and couiiiv mfirial-i , iiKlay hope to draw closer lo the source of res))oti�'bilit> for Siiinrday's factory fire horror, in which 1-12 persons their liVes. The investi),.ii; nis sia'i'led yesterday by Fire .\1ar.-liall Beers and l)is-liiet Aiioniey \\liinnan. were eon-tinned and in oher official iiuarters efforts to place ilie blame wa-i kepi up with undiinliiished viRor. While offielaldoin was i'Usy iinesi l^a' i n the fiuesii.iiu �l'i h are beitm asked as to undeil' im; eaiisps of the disas-fer, tlip mo iMifiil lask of buryini; the dead was rout iiiiirii. .�\ddpd I) ihe fire funerals yesier-riay nioiniiu.. more were held today. T; ere remain '-'!i h-iflies so hadl'-burned th.H idpmifie.iiioii seems ini-Iiosaible. .\side fr'un 'he probi.i^ iiiio ihe cause of the d.-'.ister. iindeitakei^ wiiii a view of I., �inline the iiilpable to nn acroum iiit;. an liitects and fire experts are i-r.-i-.^c-d loda\' in an exani-Inal.on of fin- !.i.-s with a vii.'.\ lo legislaiion Iru- liu prevention of further hoi roi.� I'liion L:ibir alhy^es that mnsi of the li\es lof in 'In liie nilgiit have iieen sa\ed had the existing laws been lived iip to. .\ mi,t:!M\ demonstrailon of pro-teal that wi'l anunini to a Keneral suspension of ".irk is planned when the bodie;- of !lie iinideiil ified are bur led, as manv iiiiioii men and vconion as can '.vill folloi'. the he,ii>es on loot as (1 pioiepi iigainsi lax enforcement, of.the labor laws. and Mr Ramsden for the affirmative, diid Will .Simpson and E.->T, ,l��t.son the iieG;al.ivp The .judges, Dr. Mason, Mr Mead and Mr Kingston gave their decision in favor of the negative Afier the debate a most entor-t.iininp impronipni rnusical program was givpii.    Tiie Knox Church Westminster Ouild resumed iis regular weekly mcMinns last ovenins with a good at tendance. Mr Kilp.ilriek read a splendid paper 'iii Work" in its several relations to the individual and to society at latRc .Mr T .S Mackenzie in a short talk loiulied on Ihe law nf universal set-vice ill its reciprncil relations of .man and ni.uiet, while Mr (iordon follow od the line of thought suggested in the need of service and its results in the hishesi conception of the term, as shown iiv the story oi Mary and Martha 'I'o rettUer the truest service to God and one's toUowman, one iiiusl have the spirit of the Christ , aail that cjii only he attained through : communion with llim. j .\ special effort is heinp put for-liiu I'.irish .\iiMli,ir\ 111 .SI t'vprian's! ward hv the Guild to maintain the church will scrxe Ihe reireshi!icnts. '; newly appointed mission at Royal    '.City and .Staffordville for f1>8 lium- i'heeriulni'ss is what greases the ' met . and the memher.s are asketl to ,i\!is 111 Ihe world, some people go coiitribu; e freely to this cause, and to aid in the giving oi the posppl to Ilie stranger within our gates. All in sympathy may hand their (ifl'eiing to Mr. Nairns, treasurer nf the Missionary eommitlee of the Guild.    �Business" wa's the slogan ol last evenings meeting of Wesley League. The pastor. I^ev T 1'. I'erry, gave Pfah for Supp�i*? Add ft daah of Imported Abaolutely 11 enleri'd inio the social gaieties the eapual this winter. letlilinili?,' Lodne No .Sn, .\.F \ M , have iss'ied invitations for llieir -iccoml .inniial '.M Iloine'' which will he held in the Masonic l.o.lne rooms Thursday evening. A iimsical progr.ini lias been arranged for till' gitesls' eiiterlaiiiinent, and till (High Ilie cre.iking. The doriniton men rif the Y.M ie niM'i- 1 nd d.ilr.tiesi h.ov. . .11 .�;iori.. s,-;. . 1: �iiri 111 aMi enneipi inns one a \.iriPt> broad .'f il t itnes lar.uer i.nhoiii ill a wiiv eoninii buyer. EmbroiderieG. direct from St. Gall, shown 111 allovers, headings, strappings, ieser-tions. edgings, flouncings or dainty matched sets. LACES In fine Valenciennes and most d,iinty Armenian effects, torchons, guip-puros, Orientals, etc.. 10 every imaginable design and wanted w.dth Kdward Kil'iorn. farmer, near Broek-ville, had one ear hiiien off by a horse ill his stable. Two and a Half Hours on Operating Table S3�cialrst Could Not Rnmov* Stone In The Sladder a secret and ,ill the bovs will sav 1-. thai il I-. i;iiing in he something "uiiu|iie and .lolh " \\ nine o'clock 'Wo basket b.ill g.iiiii's. which prom-1 e lo he well wortii seeing will he played in the gyiiiii.isium.    .\ few of the memhers of the .Vi'i'dir Work I'luh spent a lileasant alleriioon veslerihn the guests of .Mrs f II. lie\iiie When 1 dropped 111 ,il Ihe le.i hour e\ervone was in ihe depths of lie- f;'s(-iiiaf(ng .mil .pieltv eiiihroider^ work, and when Mile .iileriiiiiiii's i-liiirls had been mea-siiii'd up It was eert,iilil> surprising how much had 1.....11 aeenmplts.ieil One ni the imilmiis of tiie club who lines pel Ill-Ill e.\i|iiiMle work, ! 1111-bt'iidering a while linen liiiicheoii elnih in tiiiv l-reiieh llower liasl;els filled with wild blnsson s, and 1 do linpi- you will ,ill h.ive all np))ortun-|ilv 111 seeing il. fur she 111.iv \)r ,')er-sii.oii'd to i'xhihii her wnik at llie I.lit llils fall. Another niemher was scalloping an attractive litlle elinting ilish apriin, in white, and il had heeii hea.ut ifiilly embroidered ui a pi I'M I ilesigii in the enriiers Here is .1 little rule of ihp club's Ihat, m'glit I well he adopted liv the other wo-I men's eliihs 111 I,eltihtidue and ever\ jollier ciiv in I lie nnlMMsc. Gosstidiig is i.iboned 'I'hink of il. a companv 01 vioiiien being able In sit alt ailei-11111.11 and sew and irulv\ tiiem-sehcs and hol one vvoi il nf gossip j I' li,ee been made In hnld ,in iiiini Inn I  � -\ t I lomr'� III the \'\ 1 hi,iii i II,ill nil 1 he 2Slii of next month. Tin-iin ilal ii'ii.s will prohalily be liuiiii'd In si\i;, membeis and guests. iter the pastor's talk a brisk meeting 'was held The business before Ihe nieeling was the electing of ofliccrs fnr the ensiling year. The election SI .iiids as follows : ; lloiKirary ('resident - Rev. T, P. ' I'erry. ; I-'resiilent-R fl. Shaiitz. ' 1st \ictf-i'residenl (Devotional) R. \V Buchannn. �2iid \'iee-|'resident (Missionary) Miss 1-; :\liiiirn ird \ ice-('reKidpiil (Literary and .Sncial) Mis., I �a.staddeii and Miss DinVSPt I Mil \'iei'-I'tesidenl (("Inislian I'lti-.'inshipi Ml .Schierholtz. Si' -Miss Agar. TriM -iiri'i -Miss Giildings i nnvecnr of Mu.sical Coniin-iftep and Pianist-Miss Diser (onvi'iini ni Lnokont Cominlttee- fJc'i I-' \ell.ini'e .uid IL Cascaddeti. Kepi.rtei-.Miss Watts. SHINGLE MILL BURNED CHIEF SHORT IN HIS ACCOUNTS Ottawa, March 27.-A bombshie]! dropped in their midst could not hav� caused a g^reater senvation in tlM town council of Arnprior, or among the�lTlto him that he was short 111,846 'in US accounts with the town. fha-Btory,^ reached Ottawa this afternoon. -... ,',^ -j� BACK TO'TMf...�'N^., t'algary. March 27!-.lfcy'l^fN^***' was found guifty of broairln;gy4tO,ra� sidences in Palgary and tttHmnf^^cSn' slderable jewelry^ and who s'wyed**' term in the Edtnonton' pebltj^Iltl�j|y. previously for a similar "crllSle, wdai sentenced this morning at tb* 75,000, out in the shingle tillll'of the Pit 1 ' $'_'ii,n(in bus been subscribed. It will Liimbt'i- Co. mill at three o'clock this ' ineliide a dining hall, V. M. C, A. asar-morning and within fQtii:. Jiows the.iers. bowling alley, billiard rootn, sliiiiple mill, saw mill and praeileally music i-ooni and readln.g room. the whiile of tlie hitnber yard werei--r-^-^ eor.simipj.1 wlih.a total loss of.apfiroxl-; iiiu'lx .s::ii0'.in'ii It is believed that the tlames oi-ipinateii from a hot box in the machinery in the Bhingle mill i MARKETS HI Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, March 28.-May opined ,1-1, closed 91 1-1: ,Iuly opened 33 ^ ^ <^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 -� WINNIPEG TOOK  IT QUIETLY GIN PILLS PASSED IT JOI.IETTE, P.Q. "Daring .Xugust last, 1 -went to Jlon-treal tocoii till a .-pccialist as I bad been snllcrintf terr;bly with .Stone in the Bladder. llij decided to operate hut s�:il the stone WHS too^e lo remove nml too li.ini to J reiurned lioiiic ami w.i.s reeomincnded by a friend to try GI.\ 1 ILL.^. They relieved the pain. I took two boxes and went bark to (he spe. iniisl. He sHid the stone was smaller Imt be co-.ilil not remove il although he tried for two bonis and a half. I returned home anjc. 'iiiiiiucd lo take GIN I'l LI.S, �ind to mv great surprise and joy, I pn.sseii the .'tonr. GIN PILLS are the best medicine in the world anil because they did me so much gooil, I will recommend them all the rest of niv life".  46 J. At.BKRT LE.S.SA'RD. 50c a box -6 for fr S" -at all dealers, and moiier back if they fail to give relief. .Sample box free. National Drug aud Chemical Co., & D , Tyroulu. Tlie L.-i list elmi iinmi nl i'nllir,. .lies' .\iil Soeie h will meet 1. two-lhirtv ill l\- ni the !'..ip ninirnw .liter I he schnnl . \ liieelilig of tl|e Mxiciitive will be held in the I.e.iizue R....111 "f Wesh'v ('Imirii lliK evening at s n'l Inck. \ll ihe i .-iihers ni the i.ew l-'.\eeutive .11-' i rii iii'st i'd 1 n be jiresrnt p  � 1 i.e --1 � 'v pri,Ill's \ S' P \ m Mii-! 1.1-1 will- i rea I ed I. i a w ell argu-j .'.iiiii-.i deli.-iie last eii;iiii!r mi reei-jpi" ;i, ill the reelnrs. ,iiid the iiieet-I ins; which was in eliaiise of the liler-'.'ii eniuiii It lee. was iinusiialK well .itli-iideii 'I'he siilijeei uadei dlscti..--I^inh, " Kesiil Mil lliai Ihe propuseil ' r.iiiailiaii-\ iiierii-.cii n-eipi ncit v aRJee lull.i fnr I he 111- .t iiilerest s 01 ^ i .iiuida ', wai debated b) Mr. DIlIioIi - Winnipeg, .March 28.-The much discussed Maj-em slrirt.-appeared on U'innlpeg st.,reels on Sunday aftern.oon, ' hut 1101 hlng but amused comment was indulged in by wlttiasses. jl-S, closed 9.1! 5-8; October opened 89 1-4, closed Cash wheal 1 Xorthern  SH i-'i; 1; .\orthern SC 3-4; 3 Northern  H\ 1-1; .Vo. 4, T.S 1-2; No. h, 74; N'o. 6 , ,�7: Peed 60 1-2; Oats 2 C. W., 32; i'l-'lax, 1 N. W. 2.31; May 2.34; July  2.1'4. Douglas .Methodist church, .Montreal, one of the wealthiest in Canada, has I invited Rev. Dr. \V. U. Hincks. 0/ Broadway Tabernacle, Toronto, to become pastor ,liil.\ 1st. IflLi. ^ The Old Folks .^^BBESH advancingyears bring an increasing tendency ��B^ to constipation. The corrective they need is "NA-DRU-CO** Laxatives Entirely different froin common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless. A tablet (or iess) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly. Increasing doses never needed. Comp'junded, like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemi.<-.ts. Money back If not satisfactory. 25o. a box. If your druggist has not yet slocked them, sfnd 25c. and we will mall them. NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, UMITCO. MONTRfhAU 3i. ;