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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiescfay; IprU 8, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 YOU WILL NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE THE FIRST CUP OF Blue Ri^boji Tea win sho'* you Its delightful quality. S hewi';. con-; /tract was with lour 'Imes,' the' Allan Jine./^the G. P. R ,'the C'. N., R. and iy.ftVhUo Stae.Domlnionkl combined will have 12 sticamers at Ithe' Mrvice of the 'government m " Bummor and eight in irinters. In the past these have been'but'four'steam-,ers la. the service", and. for -th'at rea-!'rffoUiit' Irss-heeainecessaryrto.-s a 'Jarge part of the .mail by.New York.' After May 1, it will leave by ,Cana- 'ifljan potts ' fit .'Montreal, �u4: -tQueTjeo. ifn the Slimmer; St, John and Hah- 1 iaX iit ibp, wintert ^Ti^' .or^ej:, thfit there may.-bo'ilp delays an, the* .Vlntej: season th?rc will be ai\ extra"" boat, the It:eutoni6,--oji.the.^hlto Star'lihe, to -fill in'an^anaintaln, the schedules,.Toi sT/pro-ride^^thisa'^s^Evicei will Bidi^s of'jI.'iOOd.'po'O as compared with 1*660,000 lor"'the present -yyeekly ser- The -steamer^ which wiU/be employed^ toj' csr?y the. mail during tha �8ummeB�;g6i:viop..;,wiil-be v ^ Allen Inie, Vidtdrlan, Virginian, Gorsican,; Tunisian .^4nd-'Until the Albanian and Calgariah' are built, the Grampian and Hesperian. CP; R, the: ;two>Empresses. O.^N. R, tlifc two Royals. , The steamers, which'will carry�.'^jie mail'to and from St. John;andnali-fax during the winter service are the two Empresses, the two Royals, the Alsatian, Calgarjan.^T^ictorian;! Virginian and the Teutonic as a spare boat to replace any of the others which may bei out 'of,.commission or are undergoing � an overhauling^ : AT THREE WERE DROWNED. AND VIAN CONSUL, pOMMlT-T. ED SUiCmE t li^ Vancouver, B.C., April J.r-Sunday's tragedies Included the drowning of Oliver - Armstrong', who ib^oame '� dizzy and fell In a stream'from,'the steep bank, Cliarlcs �}. Lanback and>MiBs A. Qreen, whose upturned-boat jvas found in the Inlet, It-ielng supposed, they were drowned, and Robert-Jack-' son, Peruvian consul, who committed suicide byt tsgiing, gas, JijickBon had been a,r,eslde�t of, ^J'anvouver only a few months. NEWS OP DISTRICT COWLEY Cowley, April 7.-�The l,adies Aid of the Presbyterian church are to he congratulated for securing "Mrs. Taylor's Wax Works," a comic play put on by Mr. W. Howie, who Is travelling a troupe of 27 actors. The play was put on at the opera house JSlday evening before a full house. The ladles realized something over |35 for. the manse fund. � The baseball club held a meeting at H. C. Morrison's residence Thursday evening; Owing to the strike In the mine. Beaver Mines are unable .t,0� put a team In the league. The Rlverri, Lundbreck and Cowley 'will form the; league. The schedule will be an-: nounced later. New uniforms were ordered,: the colors being grey and blue. � The club will hold lt� arinual dance 111 the school house on Friday, April 25. Jas., Bennett lost a valuable milk cow this week. This is the second that Mr. Bennett has lost during the past month.' ' B. Parke, the baker, has his.wife bene alid; lids rented the old Methodist parsonage. .  :'lt Is with much regret that.we lose, a strip of the north of the rtdlng.: Through.Mr. Kemmls not being able .to secure a: bridge at Olln's crossing this'yeaT, a; solid 'block of Kemmls: men have turned and are supporting' the .Liberal, candidate for Claresholm'; Wm. Moflatt. Had this strip been left on Mr. Mouat would have polled-a majority at Mr, Kemmls' Jiome poll.: The Lundbreck correspondent to the Plncher dreek Echo should repair, his:,knowledge of local politics and read some oJ-Mr. Mouat's, the LIbp'al candidate,; speeches. The said writer refers to' some government work to, be done on', the road between Go'wley^ and Lundbreck during the present; year. He atates that Mr.' Mouat. Is' claiming the credit of securing, the promise of this work. In some of his talks the Grit standard hearer congratulates :John Kemmls: for his work in connection with getting these roads improyed. Mrr: Echo Correspondent ! should in : the ifuture write what he knows,and not what he hears,from his party friends.' George Cleland paid Blairmore a visit on Saturday. '  An Alberta,^ Old . Boy B. H. Maunsell, one of .^Xaoleod's old timers, Is spending the day !n the city. > " RAYMOND I Raymond;;April. T.'^Aishower-party was given on Irving Carter and Miss' ElstMla Walton "last Friday evening, -Maf ch iZS,;. at .the home:? of'Mr;- and Mm Mllener.. Th^'folloyln^ persons were thie guests of the eventagj Miss, MaydoU Cazier, Merlin Sheets, Port KSkouson, ;'Asael  PAlmer, .Viola AlleUf .Clara'And�rson,v May :Pulmer,'0ra9e: Anderson,' Bessie: .Gluff.'Tessle Cart-' er,' Afton: Show, .Ella: Millner, .Wllford 'Meldrum,'WmjIilsher, Ernest Bullock, .Thos. Afblster, Claud duff, iPaul Redd, Randal and Newel Mlllner. -The Raymond I.O.O.F. lodge, ,Ueid' II I? J fl ... HEAVY HEATINd ivfc LIGHf HEATING' �V Coal Heating is. HeaYyiHeating '/ ' fuel,*^ and strqhj^arms4o'the cparan^'the'ashesl You'require''a certain amount ^sf'language'to, t^^ at the ash-pan, tlye coal scuttle, and'; ",jihe poker,^ ['^j^/\\'r�"!^^ '^^ ' , M plece: of-valuable land east of .town last..'Wieek for $83 an acre. �This ..price for:'.'larid: will beat some of the, sales' made in this district of late. IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs;.April 5.-The Juven-! lie Sunday .aa'chooi' at Battersea' :Bchoolhouseiv presided over by Revl' Mr.. Petersonj5was;a decided success;;-so faC'vas the .�initial attendance on; the 13th. lilt.,; was concerned. .At the church service held after^; wards:.; afex3 a o'ciocj^' at which there; was.a poor.r'^attfendance owing, tovthe gentle"breeze blowing, Mr. Jones an-npuificed:;aja; organihad been secured: by :;thc. churchy authorities and would: ,be jn'stalled: by the following' Sunday;:; -"^In iihesmorning''IW; Mr.v Petersen; pleached an excellent, sermon on Divine iLov|s:at..Huntsville school house. ;..^3eeding.;;has'commenced m this"district. Several of our prominent farmers .have's aWeady seeded down de-centivacroages. - We do.'^not expect- to seC'general seeding for another weelc or more. ,5i0,i^Jan.'s:r!Bridgc is progressing slow-i. Ijf;'^ b'^jhg-to a shoitage of labor so we(are.informed. The ferry will be ifcjoperXtionas soon assrthe ice is clear of-the river, -nrhich will save tlie'lbng ,irip round. �}?^i;*}!^lSheri has rentedi,'' and ; willj shortly''',moye into R."'C. Moss' oldi farnl^^y the windmill, where we hope |o.!.see, Big . crops........... ,f 'f(;j^he'pump at the government ^ well| had'i'no.t yet been repaired. Perhaps' H;lw;s,:dppartment of public ; works; are una^are-'of the breakage. ^. VULCAN . "Vujiian;''""April 7-Mrs.'D.^C. Jones CIonV|n|i8n! ^fer$J;on Maich 28t|i4'was mopj re'siiihg- and helpful'^ tof.-all who i^dr^^blo^to' bo present^^he 'address-esl^ad'ibW' prepared^f^Uh"" carpful tiiotfglftjynd.did no^J^ilnto^^l^tfve. a' de'ep^-'^bpression on th?^ minds of the: "iiiniez^tt^'p V , i".� ^ '-'"' Mis^r^E. Douglas spent a few days aV'her'howe this week,';' , ' ^ i--jyff.'yJyOaviH has l�epn, engaged in lilves- Bros. ~\Ur.' and Mrs. Reeves returned April r-Srd from several viweeks' holi-,aa^ in ^Manitoba. * ' jM'r, 1:^,^1' RlchatiTsofit'ha^'.sold' his^ 'Mtd-Tivare'- biisinuss toVMcSgrs.iWolfe Kh^iiPettman, of Viij^Mx^^iB.;^ w,.gar}f This week , . Hon UanLan Marshu}!, on beliiili u| Jfib VcN'aui;hlji, Libcrdl caralddte| I'pr ,tl;'^ roiistitumcv, 'addits-rd. a f packmri.aubp hcic uu i^aturd'i} e%oii- 1^ 4. UK To be addressee]; by i GoMe out and contrkit optirnisni m J;;,whdaM�^^ AS ;/f^f4<'.W'te^R^ls _^� i mi'V Marshajl sliq\,ad vhli ,w\ 'V' *  I \\ ', V  \' " V ^ �' 77'- W^S 88 5011 ;