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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD H-iday, April 11, Advertising May sell mi inferior nilirle once. .Bui mi persuasion will liiuke repeatei sales. You are asked to irv BLl'K E1BHOX TEA once." The Tea ioeif will do the n-sr. It' you do not like to the "Toeers and your money hack. NoUiing hut genuine cxceilenee could sell as it is TRY IT OXGE. DISTRICT NEWS NONE OF THE BIG HAVE APPEARED YET SPEAKERS THEKt flourish in the most unexpected places and quickly attack a body weakened from colds or general debility, but if the lungs are fortified with SCOTT'S EMULSION _ their progress can be prevented and often over- come, SCOTTS EMULSION is used in tubercu- because its highly concentrated nourish- ment builds strength and resistive-power faster than disease without taking digestion, and no alcohol. Absolutely SCOTT'S EMULSION to strengthen the langa and drive out ant? coughs. SCOTT TORONTO, 12-95 Granum, April Hov. Mr. Tod, who lias tumble to Ml his pulpit lor last two Sunday on account of illness, is improving rap- idly. and hopiis to Le able -to take his uvular on thtt l.'Hli. If the farmers arc working extra outdoors, thu ore work- ing just as inside. House-clean- ing i.s the order ,of the day, and many o[ tlic yards atv already being put into immaculate shape without for Arbor Buy. Hcv. Mr. mid Mrs. Tod agree- ably surprised last Saturday, to have a call from Mr. Arthur Muirhrud, one of their Kern if fuur.ds. Mr. Muir- jlicad is at present a guest ot Mr. I LiphaCut, of Muelcodj "and accompmi- I ied Mr. Liphardt to Ctranum on one of his regular business trips here. Two students from Westminster Hall.Vancuuver, Messrs. Cameron and Walkinshiuv, arrived in town on Fri- day last, en route to mission fields for the summer. Mr. Cameron is stationed at Springbauk and contigu- ous points, Mr. Walkinshaw in the Hound-Up While in town they were at the manse. Mr. and Mrs. Carr and family, arc holding themselves in readiness to leave for their homestead at any time. We are sorry to sen them RO, as their homestead is lip in the Red Deer country and they will not lie likely to get hack to Granum very often. The farmers of this vicinity are hard at work in the fields. Erery prospeet seems to bid fair, for a good j year so they -are -working with.1 all the energy., of enthusiasm. Popular opinion seems to be that the great percentage of them will not even Jpavp the work to. rote. 'Granum has been rather -disappoint- the Hue m polibxvil. ed CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block SATURDAY is Ready-To-Wear and Millinery Day JL A Specia, Priceg PrevaU y J Two Big Specials in Newest Tailored Suits Representing Most Unusual Values -S22.50- Worth up to 13very one new this Benson, shown In very iittructivn and becoming styles, made of Huesit worsteds ami sorgos, In light medium colors, as weil as iminy uavys and blacks Included Worth up to Undoubtedly (do most garments wo luivo evor luul to allow, inude of Uiiest wool bt-afonis, cords and worsteds, in high {-ratio novelty styles; colors fawns, greys, Coiieulmgeu and wavy. Special "Yardage Clearance" Values For the final and absolute clearance of every Inch of piece goods throughout the stort. goods and silks, lace, aud trim- mluga, cottons and mus- lljie, pillow cottons and sheetings, towels and tow- ellings, prints and sing- hams, nnislms and vest- Ings, shtrtliigB and wash goods, art sateens and draperies, linens and dam- flannels and nelottes at SAVINGS OF ONC-THfRD TO ONE- HALF REGULAR SELL- ING PRICES, Another Shipment of Imported Trimmed Hats Just to Hand by Express -S5.00- A collection of -sonic fotfty-odd newest models In trimmed hats, every ono most becoming and at- tractive and shown in every Im- aginable color combination. No two alike and every ono excJiisivo with this store. 38.BO- Male lints, which lire tho rocog- leaders of nil American makes comprise the greater por- tion ot thlB exhibit. All now mill shown Tor the Jlrst time tomorrow, just ono ot a kind and 'particularly smart, dressy anil unutuml value. Special Saturday Inducements in Furnishings for Women Of Thrift and Exacting tastes Silk Ankle Hosiery Bhick and 'all colors; sizes to-10 in. title Union Suits Finn ribbed, loose fit- ting .at knee, short sleeves or sleeveless. Measaffne- Waists Perfect fitting gar-- merits, shown In hest shades of brown, navy, tan, black and white Best Guaranteed Gloves ' "evory want- ed color and Llele and Suede Gloves Extra Rood wearing and very drossy, "splen- did values, Fine Shadow Veiling Black, whlto ami nil wanted nil. splendid values. Lisle Ribbed Vests Short slcQves or sleeve- less; extra good (nullity llslu rib. Hfflh Grade Corsets Tlio famous Diva models 40 suit nil fir- fifty Texan cattle to start an- other herd. Alberta still has Its at- lose the opportunity oi hearing On Tuesday afternoon tlie 8th inst. Hon. A, Cf. McKay ivas to address a meeting here in the interests the (Liberal party hut through some j misunderstanding, he stopped off at Parkland iusieail. H'e sorrv. to tractions, A line baby boy arrived at the home of "Mr. itiiil Mllioii Robinson on Monday." As it was boi'n near election gentleman, .as lie lias the reputation of an able speaker. live, Judges decided In favor of the negative. Tho_chlof Item on tho program was tho minstrels. They certainly "wore entertaining, as one man said they could pass through Kentucky any day and never be chal. Miss. Barr at tho o-rgan. Cake a number oi our people -went up to; S! coffee was served by the bachelors, Clarcsholm on tho fi p.m. tra'n Ofiwley, April eral Club re-argiutizad-Tuesday, night with Thos, Shepherd, presidetii; C. V: Hodgson, vice president: W. B. Kob Inson. secretary, and K. McKay CV" Crawford, H. Swinney -ina J. Bzie committee. The executive of tno Liberal Asaociation were at the meeting and gave iht? plrnty of coining 'week -iieforc the organization J, AJc- of Maeleod Addressed a mixed meeting of both Tories aad Grits, He G. W., natural re- conrces and the leslslatiou passed by the Sifton.'squad, .His audience TV as the quietest -that: ever attended Liberal, meeting in this town. The Conservatives present sat the-whole meeting and never made an interrup- tion. Sir. MePonald spoke ciatlpu ot tlfeir quietneas with great eat ness. Dr. David Warnock -will address the .electorate of Cow-ley in the interests the :LiberaI candidate in J. H. Goyer's store, Monday Serening-, 14th. A. N. Mout, the candidate, will speak. welcome. H; W. Pettit and H. A. Gunn leave for Calgary to attend tht> coavention of pololsts of Canada Thev wi'i take in the horse show during their stay in .the j time very will-bo named af- heard him speak" there. They j ter some of ilie political leaders. We til -in .excellent address. Mr." Mottat i Wb- nre unnblD to'ascertain .as to whether and. several others' also- spoV'e. i creations. who were on thc'su- an perlor uuaUty of' thuir and uditl workmaiiuhlp of their U will he Arthur j Another meeting wh'.ch had to be Micheuer) or Naji Robert Ormond of-Vancouver visitor in Monday. canceled was thit billed for ffpUnes-l vl-ltlng .in the interests of lhcjhome ot T' Mlssf Margaret" has been st, few days at _the evening j Conservative At a special meeting of the we. stHfc have hopes that some of the party. NeverthMessJ The .--people the neighborhood: union No, 108 of the U. P. A. held Saturday, a beef ring was fc-rmed, The findl wjjf he made next week. These who join will draw to see who and 'when they are lo kill. CLARINDA NEWS 'Clarinda, April farmers of this district have all been very busy the past week preparing for semiing. U- U. Coglon Ti-lll sow 100 bushels cf Marquis wheat this spring. He v.'lll also plant twenty acres to po- tatoes. He has a fine -bunch of young pigs and is going into diversified farming. C. E. Coover has sold afaont a dox- en of fine horses, of late, and will sow acres to crop this spring. Gcnlon Wodell went to Lethbridge this week and returned with mo- ther and four sisters. All the' bach- elors orthis district should part their e and. sit up ana take notice..- G. A. ..Clark and IF. Looman have purchased a J. I. Case oil pull en- gine and plows, and will make the "big" political speakers may get to "...Granum-before, the 17th. i Mrs. J. B. Allison is spending the week in Calgary and we are antici pating a full account of the horse ishow and. the latest millinery crea tions. O. V. Hodgson and J. H. Goyer Were j prairie blossom with golden grain. :The social Owen's last 'treek was well attended and a grand time enjoyed by all. in pincher; Creek Monday Mr and Mr3 Thos Weber arrived In tovn Saturday from Texas About n year ago .Mr. Weher disposed of his hunch cattle and Ti-cnt to look for some country-more suited to hla lik- ings In conversation with him today he states that Sunny Alberta is the test he could find and will malte bis home here To back up what he rass he is importing three hundred and NEWSPAPER TO START FARM Calgary, our opportunity to huy new ahosh at Ices than half price. Men's Tan and Widow Caff, 0tu- Cut Oxford Regular value J600 ym pair fn rtfj Haicpnis Ten Calf Bktehar Cut Ox- aewn solee. Rejular 7alue Sale Price soiW leather soles and ten yullM at, pn'.r 9 I Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Tan Viol Kid OxforKs miiitarT heel; reg- uiar values up to Sale price. per pair..... tsdiot' Gun Metal Ox- fords, patent tip; in Bizes Jrom 2 to 4fe. Jiegular value 34.50 pr. Sale price Spring Suits for Men have just received a full range of Men's Suits lor Spring wear, all the latest Pai-CC I? ft terns. Prices (rom Slid Up. Overalls for Men Goodman's Special, hard to beat sizes. Price per a 4 fi Hi.10 GOOD M A N'S Third Avenge South held ihe --school house on the 21st; All are said to have spent a nnettlme. Miss Jennie McMillan from Leth- bridge'is at present visiting with hfer sisUv, Mrs. D, D. Klppen. A very enjoyable evening was spent at the home of Mr. Burr by a lew of, the young people around. After a, .few games were played, coffee, cake and ice cream were served, and the com- pany departed after having spent a good time. Miss Vira.Mawhlnney from Calgary has been visiting 'with her aunt. Miss M. Hlllla leaves today to re- turn home, A party consisting of Mr. and Sirs. HilHs. Miss Mawhitmey, Miss Mc- Millan, H. Olson and J. McLean were very hospitably entertained to supper at the home of-Rev; R..W. Griffith on Friday evening, 23rd. A musical entertainment was given in the out Saturday even- ing. The leading part'was taken hy Miss Mawhinney and Olsoii. Af- ter the chairman thank- ed the participants for their goodness in coming and the fine style ,in which they played. J. Anderson has bought a fine team of horses from E. Shields. left this-mo-rnihg to work on an engine in the vicinity of Ma- grath. The people of the neighborhood were pleasantly entertaintd at the home of Mr. Hillis on''the occasion of Miss Mawhinney leaving for her home in Calgary. A lively- night "tfas spent in and Cake and coffee was then" gerv-ed and niter the well wishes of the .company were extended" towards Miss Maiwhinney, and hoping to see her'.again' next winter, the people departed after spending a very enjoyable evening. A number local bachelors ,werfe pleasantly entertained to dinner at the home of the Fraser day afternoon. After the second table was cleared and the usual pro- cess of polishing crockery was gone: through, they thanked the hosts." for their kindness and generosity, and left for their several homes. (luUe iv number of little pests have been already captured. Contest closes .May 1st. Miss Ella McDowell, of Blythe, On- tario. is'vialtinE her sister, Mrs. A. G. Vincent. William Kinder has returned from the Flathead valley In Montana where, ho has been forborne time. CHIN Chin, Alta., April 9 ou- ratlans" have again. Commenced "in this vicinity. Mr, John Halbeck received a hardware -from Winnipeg this week, to satisfy ihe> demands ot his largo. trail e. Mr. M. Ji.Barblan left1 for Calgary this afternoon. Mr. Harrison Green, who has been employed ao clerk in John Haibeck's general store this last 'winter. Is now employed as blacksmith on Mr. W; S, Piersall'a plowing outfit. Miss .May of spent Sunday at S.-W. Shrlver's house and returned, to Lethbrldgo Jast Mon- day. Mr.-T. B, Hollo ran is now a citizen oE Chin, and is also the new teacher at the Beaver Pioneer scliool. Mr, Lee Lambert, the Ghla philan- thropist, is preparing for his gigantic farming .operations in this district. A rery siiccessfii? entertainment was held at the Chin Hotel last Fri- (lay evening by Rev, W. P. Gold, Ijave a pleafiant illustrated lecture on .Moral and ..Temperance Reform. A ;crowd attendedr'- Mr. C. S. Crest, of Lethbridge, who is a largo real estate owner in this district, woo Inspecting his several N.P.. last" and Is now John HalbecH's blacksmith" ahop. Tho Confitrucilon Co. have commeuc.eii 'opor.atlQng irriga- tion "wofk' oil tho 'Chin CoiUeij, anil A. Caller expoctB to finish hla large contract this Bprlns, V "NEWS FROM 12-18 Tlio U. F, A. clan'co held at Railing Green in aid pC a a Sfcn-t success. A sotfi cushion donated by Mrs. W. Bryan for the same cause and disposed of at (he samo time brought the hnndtjome sum of The total proceeds aqioun.ted to Excel- lent music was donated by Messrs.' J. Seager Jr., H. Krles, M. Dan-ow and A. Broofes. Lee Groves, John Hurah, A. Hempel and A. "Grifllu, were delegates to the Liberal convention at' Tabe'r, Mrs. McCorde and Miss, Bell Ing- fiter oiE Baron's visited a week with Mrs. Reason, and Mrs. Rehnert. MIeses Grace and. Pearl Tliompsop, sisters.of Mrs. J, Gilbert, who have bone visiting her for Borne time, left for Calgary on Tuesday. The-good wishes ot ull follow tlie girls. Jluch sy'juiMtby lu felt for Mr. ami Qropu. liLllicii' recent bereave- ment of iheir ilttlo lO-inonths-old baby who passed away March 2ft. Mr. and by tholr nmay. friends, of liolilng Greon ami the Creacent, before- their 'removal to ihejr new home in C. JV, B. Q. Wright .has again purchased a toaih of horses, Mr. Wright. in buying whonovw there la an opportunity of getting good horses. C. Pargo has tiio contrnct'of driving the railroad surveyors around tbu summer. Jir. and Mrs. j. Seager and JIIss Porteous of Tabor vlnitoil with J. oil- bert on Sunday. The Ladies Aid mcnt with Jtrs. U. luooklwrt on April 1C. All mem- bers are requested to be present to further consider Hie .bazaar to be held The Willing Workers will meal ou April 17 with -Mm. -W. Duanch of Lone Star. C. E. Finders has purchased more engaged, a man, and Intends to go in mere extensively: Brvine Brooks and Estol Brooks visited with Mr. J. of Blimey on Sunday. FKOM 2-15 The weather is warming up; BO 10 Some of the farmei'S'hayo been on the land several days'and-. terming will become general this week, Mr. 1-IacAdow, A. Dick.Bruce lames Ollphant and Fred Beard were n Lethbridge on business lagt week. The boys are getting iateTOFited In he gopher .contest betwoeii Town- iliips 2-J5 antl 2-14. This rowans loss )f life {o the- gopher but quite a say- ng or crops to the rarinera. The offered will be aubatacUiM, ftttti SPRING MEATS Meats, juicy, young and tender are what you want, undoubtedly; you .cannot, maybe, get them at every market, but you can here. We give your orders prompt attention, and if you deal here you can count on getting the Finest Quality "Home Raised" Alberta Meat and Poultry at Lowest Market Prices. Phone 452 and leave your order for Sunday's dinner. DELANY MEAT MA 4th Avenue South ;