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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGK DAILY HERALD Friday, October you be too ccreful vhut ou t've them. Hush the bowels.ind the for 'VJifi-teaf trouWti. work _ rmn.fi n( any discomfort. The-chiidrtc ifttm for they taste candy. One of the most- popular of '.the .NA-DRU-CO VACCINATE ALL STUDENTS STRUCK BY TRAIN AFRAID TO TAKE OUR MONEY Montana People thought Coins Were Counterfeit If uilor filled your Underwear your comfort would expensive. Yet this essential hand- cut is youri in Staafield's Unshrinkable ordi- narv cost. Because tailor's shears in the deft bauds of experts cur every single garment to perfect prop- ortions. Ask your dealer for your %-Minnea.polis, Minn., Oct. j Julias. Man.! Oct. 27. Julia. Fitzpatrick of ihe freshman class the eastbound track to avoid a freigh-; of _Minnesota, university developed] train, 3. Josyte. a Galician laborer. at-Q every" -student who -by a westbound freight today, mot recently keen vaccinated must' be j He "was .vushea. unconscious, to the vaccinated at once. hospital. He wiU die. Cana.diiiu money, both bank bills and silver coins, cli'ciihue in ihe srate of Mozrcana. and hither- to, has .always passed -without ques- j so good is rhe reputation or' Can j rinaiicial instuuu'ODs in thai Steapins. off i coimtr-v- Bllt recently, in some way. 0 it got noised abo'ui. that all bear- ing- the head of the lace Kiug and on which ihe face and reverse side? have designs the same way up are counterfeit.' As the whole of che i King Edward coinage is tuis ivny. wuereas rbe Queen Victoria coinage, as well as ail American coins have ihe designs opposite way up. {here has been much turning down of Canadian- (money by Montana bank-s. and busi- jness houses. Local-banks have been i 'receiving numerous inquiries from banks across the line, .asking if the iving Edward coins with both designs j the same way np are good or-bad. They J have replied that all -King Edward! coins were made that way. Standardizing A Standard PROGRESS BRAND is the standard well-made, moderately priced clothing of the country. It has alwiys "been generally recognized :.as such iii every part of Canada. "PROGRESS BRAND" meets every body's views on the clothing question. The iaac, -who seeks up-to-date style, gets it in 11PROGRH5S The man, puts value first, gets it in "PROGRESS The ma.n. who demands ALL'THREE, gets them in "PROGRESS .''PROGRESS first axed thtststn'dard'and'now ttandardizes the standard. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY ft VINEBERG CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL. SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY P> McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE HE LIVES WITH TISSUES REMOVED Surgeon Finds Success in Test on Parts of Human Organs Baliiirore. 25. Along lines conceived .by worked out under the skilful guidance of -Johns ".Hopkins men who are at the head-01 The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Dr; Alexius Carrel has made ivhat is proclaimed t-o be one of the most prominent" medical discoveries of the agv- Dr, 'Carries, discovery -.involves, a j method for "the removal from th.eh.u-i man body of portions of the stoni-1 acli, blood" vessels.'skin, bone, and practically every.' other tissue, and.! making them grow at as lively a rate j as they, .did in the to i which'.they1- bel'qngctf I Lone -institute.-alien-i lion has ,been-directed, for some sue aud get a fine lit; snug yet not binding, readily, yielding but never baggy. The lasting elasticity in Staufield's Unshrinkable Undemear .is produced by. machineu. But haven't seen -.a machine vet that could equal our tailors' tatting skill: curments Cut eovcl Tailored by for Tvomefl and for 'men in perfectly fitting; sizes-, Twenty-one differs! vfcigitts and heavy ribbed garments parti- cularly suitable for outdoor to the soft, finely knitted underwear so ing to sensitive skins. Your local dealer sells Stan-field's Unshrinkable .soothin Underwear. Catalog on STANFIELDS LIMITED, TRURO, N.S. 24 to .the science ,bt- cultivation, vrithin .'the last years been: a. signal tri- yaiph in Dr.. Carrel, who paid much attention TO the culttva- tion of the. p-erms of disease soine bcs.au to apply himself spe- cifically to.'the growth of healthy tis- sues of the human system after tflcv had been removed from the body.. He tried his experiments with iis- sues from--the with tissues -from the blood vessels, cartilage, and bone, and in the end his eSorts -w'ere- regarded, He kept por- tioiis -of ;the -iiurGan bo'dy alive..'as .long, as three weeks-after thay were ..taken from longed. Oau The method "of the .liv- ing body qr .portions of it--is similar i to the of- diseasev j and "is" by.- the aid.of within the sealed receptacles: These' i ,are pf an dr. t lie: processes and..] -Tuactions by-, 'jbe parts .ov-i rtlit- bd'riy. developed .by ar- carefully by the medical nien.. .-The true .living- progress "or "disease may be followed and a pointed out for the application of proper and- j effective remedies. It. is believea that I imich. can be jearaed -winch, will "lead to" a more intelligent treatment; .of cancer than possible in the light of present knowledge. HOLD STOCK IN UNION BANK -people profit: consider- ably from .the advance.. in .the divi- dend rate1 of the Union Bank of 'Can- -which a number of share- holders in th's -'.provfiicel The follow- ing is a list- those teu shares or -more as given in -the last aBuu'ui Teport. There. are- a- larger "holding a; lesser; number. ;Sinc'e_ 01- tbe in- creased- 'dividend tli e .price of stock in theVlJank has- gone, up to year- ago' the. price" 134'. -The following are the .Aibei'ta people. holding, ten-share's or Benson, -p., R.. and I., both of Fort Saskatchewan, ten shares each; Thos. Brodie, of Lethbridge, .fifty Clark, Wm. Thos., ten shares: Wm. Henderson es- tate. Letlibridge, one hundred shares; Jas. Him, Edmonton, ten shares Klitikei Sunny Stone, ten shares; G-eorge Lane, High River, -seventy- five shares; Chas. Moore, Bowden, fif- teen shares: E: Hart Nicliols, Cal- gary, ten Leth- bridge, one hundred and., thirteen shares: R. -J. Calgary, six- teen, shares; Oscar D. Cards- ton, ten shares; Wiry S. Weeks. Ed- monton, ten .shares- Woods, Pincher Creek, ten Chares. V NEWS FROM COALDALE Coaldale. Oct; The Ladies' AM supper last Friday evening, was "a "dec-idea success. Several narties from; Lethbridge and -were "in atten'd- ance. The receipts were Mr. Warnick1, the. Flour City gaso- line engine "expert, is here doing re- pairs for W. Pillars, Pawson Bros. and H-.- The Ladies' Aid are entertained it, -the, home of Mrs. today, JVIrs. Pucketit are the par- ents v born. "Wednesday WANTED AT EDMONTON iFOfT HORSE STEALING Oct.-57-.r-Dayid was arrested this afternoon at quest.of tie Northwest Mounted Police on oi stealing cattle near ...A .police officer "from Ed- monton is-Jiere to bring h Mrs. Thomas .Patching, formerly i of. this vicinitx-, is seriously ill at "her. home in the North 'Ward in Lefh- bridgc. Fred Norton is. here from Seattje looking after his farm lands. Mrs. T. S.'McKenzie, Mrs.' Cannon. from Le-thbridge, and Mrs. -Fred ton, from -Seattle, were guests 'of ilrs. W. H. Pawson Tuesday. and Mrs. T'. P. Brown. are an- ticipating a visit from their daugh- ter. Mrs. '.Chas. of-' '_._ Spo- -kane'.-tbe "fifsrt- of 'November.'- 1 Suits Odd lines in Men's new fall suits Jn tweeds and fancy worsteds. Good Values at to On sale On Saturday we will offer Spec- ial Values in Men's Fit-Keform .New Fall .Suits at Furnishings Men'.s Silk four-in-hand Ties: good value at 33c. Special for .Saturday. 2 for.......g Negligee Shirts ........95c 1 Silk four-in-hand Ties, i- I! il lar 50c quality. Saturday Overcoats Men's Fall Overcoats. Special for Sat SI 5 MEN' FUR-LINED COATS Marmot lined. English Beaver cloth shell; German Otter Collar. Men's Fur-lined Coats. Marmot lined; No. 1 Beaver cloth shell; Persian lamb collar and lapels. Special Men's 'Rat-lined Coats, No. 1 Eastern Rat and Beaver cloth .shell: Persian lamb collar. Men's Rat-lined Coats with No. 1 Otter Collar. Special for Saturday................................. Men's Raccoon Coats........................ Men's Chamois-lined Overcoats: Persian lamb collar. Prices Men's Chamois-lined Overcoats; No, 1 Otter Collar. Prices to you need shirts, this is the best lime to buy them, for this is 25 doz. sample Negligee shirts i in the Star Brand W. G. R. I and TOOKE. Reg. to All sizes. Special for Saturday t; Underwear in heavy Llama Hose 2-5c: sold every- at 45c. Special for Satnr- weight. Regular Men's Cashmere Hose. Spec- ial, 5 pair Men's Coat Sweaters. Prices Men's High Merit Fall Shoes. Prices 93.00 The Geo. A. Slater In v ictus Shoes. Prices to SHIRT WEI3C It is the time when the assortment is most complete, when the range of sizes is unbroken and when the goods are fresh and new from 4-ply Linen Collars; regula 3 for 50c. Special for Satuir da. 3 for The Leading Men's Clothiers. McGUIRE Lethbridge Our window exhibit will give you a hint of the excellence of the Fall showing of Cluelt Shirts. We are showing a very large range of dainty new Fall patterns in Clnett Coat Shirts this week. Ask to see them, Prices to ;