Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridgc Daily Herald, .-.Satin-clay. May D Canadian Made isi-ft common len.e. The'money to build up Canadian industries and liSng! 'S it easier for every Canadian to earn a good On the other hand, money spent for foreign made (roods of the country to pay foreigners-not to benefit Canadians. Toilet and Medicm.1 are compounded in Canada from Che p r e aon Chemical Company of Canada returnt to in saanes dimends and other expense disbursements, cl r In additwn- to this wt -spend millions every m Canada for raw materials, tins, Jwttles, labels IJOKCS and .box if NA-DRU-CO goods were only "just as good" as those NA-DRU-CO Creaseless Toilet Cream, NA-I Cod Liver Oil Compound or any other NA-DRU- ion, and see for yourself. You risk nothing in making the test, for if the NA-DRU-CO article _doei not entirely satisfy you, return it and your will refund your National Drug and Chemical Company of St. John. Ottawa. Toronto. H.milton. London. Wumirei. Calgary. Nelson, Vancouver, Victoria.' 12 DR.SPROULEIS GRANDMASTER In the district court yesterday after- noon, before his Winter, the three cornered case as to the'own- ership of a horse among Alice Davis, David Cyr and George Logan was proceeded with. The evidence of three witnesses for .Mrs. Davis was tak- en, James Wallace, giving expert brand evidence, and James Watson evidence as to the ownership of the animal. W. C. ives, for Cyr, rhe. second party to the action, moved for a non-suit. This morning, however, his Honor de- cided would like to hear the evidence of the defense, and Mr. Ives asked for a summons of direction to the third party, George Logan, who Wit in an appearance through J. J. Cameron, but who had not stated his defence. The case was then adjourn- ed until June 10th. The case of Chow Sam vs. was announced as settled out of court, and the judge made an order that the money paid into court be paid out to the plaintiff. The other cases CADILLAC And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By T. S. MACKENZIE Elects 0' lant hupor- May 10 tiie Supreme Orange Lodge assembled here- last night, expecting conclude their labors at an early hour in the morning. A committee was appoint- ed, consisting of representatives from each of the provincial grand lodges to consider a scheme for it Protestant platform for the .'Dominion, the plan having hail. Uie approval of the.'del- egates. A special committee was appointed to draft legislation to pre- vent the registration as voters'of. for- eigners not conversant with English. announcement was made by re- presentatives of the grand lodges of Ontario West, that a new lodge is un- der way for New Ontario. The an- nouncement followed the joint repeat- ed question of Keiiora and Rainy Jciv- er for permission to join the Grand Loage of .Manitoba. 'me following appropriations'.'.wore made: Imperial 'Protestant Federation ?10U, Orange Orphanage, Nova Scotia, True Blue Orpiiaiiage. Pictou, N. S., Orange Orphanage, P. E. i.r and -to assist''provincial'grand lodges iii organization The of'the Salvation Army were strongly endorsed, and the were asked to aid'the ariny. Tiie chief officers elected were: Urantl .Master, Dr. Syroule, M. P.; Deputy (Jraad -Master, J. H. Scott, K. C, Grand Chaplain, "Rev. Canon Walsh, Brampton; Grand Treas urer. J. Pai-kliill, Midland; Grand Secretary, Win. Leo, Toronto; Grand Lecturer, A. Gray, rector of Ceremonies, Cap't. Thomas Wallace, M. P., Woodbridge; Assist- ant Grand Secretary, W. Fitzgerald, Toronto; Assistant Grand Treasurer, H. C. Hocken, Toronto. 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"You need not hesitate to recommend Alberta's Pride as one of the very best beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out a product with which I was so well satisfied as I am with Lethbridge beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly proud." Brink ALBERTA'S PRIDE If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. We believe you'll say it's the best beer ever drank. PHONE NO. 554. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554. When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at. the HOTEL STRAtHCONA The best middle priced hotel in the city D. BURTON and J. Props.