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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May sell an Inferior article onec. .But no persunsion will make repeated isalos.',-" ' You are fiske'd to try BLUJ!) IIIBBON TEA once; The Tea iisdf will do the rest. If you do not like it-aM-ay to the oroeers and get your money hack. Xotiiing hut genuine excellence could sell 'I as it is selling. TRY IT ONCE. NONE OF THE BIG HAVE APPEARED VET SPEAKERS THErtE J/ TUBERCULAR GERMS 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-cornel SCOTTS EMULSION is used in lubercu-losis camps because its highly concentrated nourishment builds strength and resistive-power faster than disease destroys, li aasimOates without taLsdng digestion, and contains no alcohoL Absolutely nothing equah SCOTT'S EMULSION to strengthen the langa and drive out colds and coaghs^ Scott & Bowne, Toronto, Ontario. tJ-95 Graiuim, April lO.-Thr Ror. Mr. Tod. wlio 1ms licon imahlo to fiU hts pulpit (or llip last two Sunday oi\ account of illness, Is ihiprovmg rapidly, ami hopes to 1)0 able-to take his regular work on the 13th. If the farmers arc working extra time outdoors, tho women ate working just as hard inside. House-cl6an-ing is tho order Of the day, and many of the yards are already being , put "into immaculate shape without j waiting for Arbor bay. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Tod were agreeably surprised lasji Saturday, to have a call from Mr. Arthur Muirhoad, one of their Fernic friends., Mr. Mulr-head is at present a guest of Mr. Liphaidt, of Mnclcod, and accompanied Mr. Liphnrdt to Qranum on one of hts regular business trips here. Two students from Westminster Hall.Vancouver, Messrs. Cameron and Walkinshaw, arrived in town on Friday last, en route to mission fields tor tho summer. Mr. Cameron is stationed at Springhank and contiguous points, Mr. Walkinshaw In tho Round-Up district. While in town they were guests at the manse. Mr. and Mrs. Carr and family, are holding thcmsolves in readiness to leave for their homestead at any time. We are sorry to see them go, as their homestead is up in the Red Deer country and they will not be likely to get back to Qranum very often. i The farmers of this vicinity are hard at work in the fields. Every prospect seems to bid fair for a good year ; so they are working with all the energy of enthusiasm. Popular opinion seems to be that the great percentage of them will not even leave the work to vote. Oranuin has been rather disappointed in the line of political raeot'ngs. On Tuesday afternoon the 8tli inst. Hon. A. G. McKay was to address a meeting here in the interests of the Libera! party ; hut through some The Ladies* Store ^ Phone 453 Acadia Block SATURDAY ''^^-^rS^ Sr" Two Big Specials in Newest Tailored Suits Representing Most Unusual Values --$32.50- vyorth up to $�.oo Worth up to $30.00 Every one new this season, shown In very attractive and becoming styles, made of flnesit worsteds and aergeB, In light and medium colors, as well aa many navys and blacks included . Undoubtedly tho moat nttractlve garments we hava ever had'to show, made ot flnest wool bedfords, whip. oordB and worsteds,in high grade novelty styles; colors fawns, greys, Copenhagou and navy. Special "Yardage Clearance" Values For the final and absolute clearance of every Inch of piece goods throughout the store. Dress goods and sUks, lace, strappings and trim- i mlngs, cottons and mus-line, pillow cottons and Bheetlhg:s, towels and tow ntzed leaders of all American makes compi^lse the greater por-itlon of this exhibit. All new and shown for the first time tomorrow. Just one of a kind and particularly emart, dressy and unusual value. Special Saturday Inducements in Furnishings for Women Of Thrift and Exacting Tastes -50c.- Silk Ankle Hosiery Black and all colors; sizes to 10 in. -50c.- Lisle Union Suits Fine ribbed, loose fitting at knee, short sleeves or sleeveless. -$3.50- Messallne Waists Perfect fitting garments, shown in best shades of brown, navy, tan, black and white ^1.50- Best Quarahteed Gloves Shown in every want ed color and all filaes. -50c.- Lisle and Surde Gloves Extra good wearing and very dressy, splendid values. -35c.- Fine Shadow Veiling Black, white and all wanted colors; all splendid values. -25c.- Lisle Ribbed Vests Short sloaves or sleeveless; extra good quality lisle rib. -$3.00- Hi||h Grade Corsets The fauious La Diva models ^ $1.S0 OMAN'S Ladies' Shoes Ladles' Tan VIcl Kid Oxfords military heel; regular values up to J5.00- Sale prioe. Cfi.0U Ladles' Gun Metal Oxfords, patent tip; in sizes from 2 to 4H. Regular value !$4.50 pr. QQ Sale price ... Spring Suits fox; Men $6.50 We have just received a full range of -Men's Suits for Spring wear, all the latest pal-terns. Prices from and up. Overalls for Mea Goodman's Special, hard to boat, all sizes. Price per ^ "I *! Q Third Avenue South the young people around. After a few games were played, coffee, cake and ice cream were served, and the company departed after having spent a good time. Miss VIra Mawhinney from Calgary has been visiting with her aunt. Miss M. HllUs leaves today to return home. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs, HIllIs, Miss Mawhinney, Miss Mc Millan, H. Olson and J. McLean werre very hospitably entertained to supper at the home of Rev. II. W. Griffith on Friday evening, 23rd. A musical entertainment was given In the school house on^ Saturday even- j ing. The leading part was taken by Miss Mawhinney and H, Olson. After the program the chairman thank- j ed the participants for their goodnesg ' in coming and the fine style in which I they played. " - J. Anderson has bought a fine team of horsen from B. Shields. H. Fraser left this morning to work on an engine in the vicinity of Ma-1 grath. ! The people of the neighborhood were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr. Hlllls on the occasion of Miss Mawhinney leaving for her home in Calgary. A lively night vas spent in muiiic, song and recitations. Cake and coffee was then served and after the well wishes of the comj)any were extended towards Miss Mawhlnne}-, and hoping to see her again next winter, the people departed after spending a very enjoyable evening. A number of local bachelo'rs were pleasantly entertained to dliiner at the home of the Eraser brothers Sunday afternoon. After the second table was cleared and the usual process ot polishing crockery was gone through, they thanked the hosts for their kindness and generosity, and left for their several homes. FROM 2-15 The weather is warming up; ao Is poiiiics. Some of tUe farmers hav^ been on the land several days and forming will become general this wc�k, Mt, MacAdow, A. Bums, Dlck.Bruce James OUphant and Fred Beard were in Lethbrldge on business last week. The boys are getting JotereBtod fu the gopher contest, between Townships 215 and 2-14. TJilfl moans loss of life to the gopher but quite a sav-InB of crops to the farmers. Tho prizes offered wUl be sutfstantM, Mt4 Chin, Alta., April 9.-Fnrming op-eratloiiK' hai've. agalnr^bnimetKed Iti; this viblnlty. Mr. John Haiheck received a car of hardvyafe fTom Winnipeg this week, to satisfy the demands of tils large trade. Mr. M. J. Barblan left for Calgary this afternoon. Mr. Harrison Green, who has been employed as clerk in John Haibock's general store this last winter, is now employed as blacksmith on Mr, W: S. Piersall's plowing outfit. Miss May Knapp, of Lethbrldge, spent Sunday at S. W. Shrlver'a house and returned to Lethbrldge last Monday. Mr. T. B. Holloran is now a citizen of Chin, and Is also the new teacher at the Beaver Pioneer school. Mr. Lee Lambert, the Chin phllan thropUt, Is preparing for his gigantic farming operations in this district. A very successful entertainment waa held at the Chin Hotel last Fri- day evening by Rev. W: F. Gold, who gave a pleasant Illustrated leotwo on Moral and ..Temperance Reform. a very large iCrowd attended. MtV C, B. Crest, of Lethbrldge, wbo is a large real estate owner In this district, wan ^ispectlng his several farms 1 e today. " Mn Sam McCqskery returned frbm Wheatlan^, N,t).,' last Saturday, and Is now employed In John Halbeck's blacksmith' shop. The Cazler Construction Co. have c05amendeil^,t�)pr�tlo��9 .on- tl^e. Irrigation "woifk btr fte Chin Coulee, and Mt. a. Cazler expects to finish his large contract this spring. NEWS FROIVl" 12-18 The U. F. a. dance held at Rolling Green In aid ot a hall proved a great success. a sofa cushion donated by Mrs. W. Bryan for the same cause and disposed of at the same time brought the handsome sum of $20. The total proceeds amounted to |6C.25. Excellent music was donated by Messrs. J. Seager Jr., H. Kries, M. Darrow and a. Brooks. Lee Groves, John Hursb, a. Hempel and a. Griffin were delegates to the Liberal convention at 'Taber. Mrs. McCorde and Miss Bell Ing-ster of Barons visited a week with Mrs. Reason and Mrs. Rennert. Misses Grace and Pearl Thompson, slaters of Mrs. j*. Gilbert, who have been visiting her for some tlmo, left for Calgary on Tuesday. The good wishes of all follow the girls. JIuch sympathy Is felt for Mr. and Mrs. J. Green In their recent bereavement of their little lO-months-old baby who passed away March 29. ; A miscellaneous shower was given Mr. and Mrs. N. Beilers by their many friends of Rolling Green and the Crescent, before their removal to their new home in C. Y. E. O. Wright has again purchased a Valuable tekrn of horses Mfr. Wright believes in buying whetteve>r there la an opportunity of getting good horses. C. Pargo has tlie contract of driving the railroad surveyors around this summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. Seager and Miss Portoous of Taber visited with J. Gilbert on Sunday. Tho Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs, U. Lockhart on April 16. All members are requested to be present to further consider tlie bazaar to be held In the near future. The V/illlng Workers will meet on April 17 with Mrs. W. Duanch of Lone Star. C. E. (Anders has purchased more horses, engaged a man, and Intends to go in for farmlngf more extensively. H>rvine Brooks and Estol Brooks vlelted with Mr. J. Brookp of Barney on Sunday. Meats, juicy, young and tender are what you want, undoubtedly; ydu cannot, maybe, get th�ni at cvery market, but you can here. We give your orders prompt attention, arul if you deal here you can count on getting the Finest Quality ^^Horne Raised^^ Alberta Meat and Poultry at Lowest Market Prices. Phone 452 and leave your order for Sunday's dinner. DELANY MEAT MARKET 4th Avenue South !ijii!|iiiil*|iMi.'L A- 7485 ;