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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mayr sell an infenor a^^ �sal6s.t-^r i� ................ � Yoii are aske'd to tJ-y BLUE RIBBOK TEA once. The Tea itself Avill do the rest. If you do to tlie grocers and get yoiir-ntoney back. Nothiiig l)ut geniiine excellenoe could sell V:, as it is selling. TRY IT ONCE. NONE OF B5^*H>eAKERS HAVE APPEARED?-' TMjg'fiE YET " ' : ' ' tubercular germs Roimsh in the most unexpected pkces and; quicklj^attack a bodyweakened^from colds or/ji^eneral debility, but if tile lungs are fortiBed with SCOTTS EMULSION^ their,progress can be pi;ey:ented and often over-coittcV SCOTTS �Aft/is/pAri&usedintubercu. [osi^'caxbps^ because its highly co,ncentrated nourish-aient builds strengthaiid^resistive-poWer faster than ' J ti^&^^digestioh, lUid contains'no cdcohoL ' Abi^oltttely nothing 'equals .SCOf^ ' EMULSION /o^ strengthen the Ivmgg and '^ihioe out colds ariiicoaghsy',' ' scow &, Bow^, XoRojjwr; Ontario 12-95 Tod, Avlio has hoe* .uriab;^^^^^^^ pulpit (or the larft ^tf\v6' SUftddV on account ot illness^, is'itopfbvmg^riip^ idly, and hopes to.f be, aW^-to .talte his regular work 'oti the .iatliV:,^, If the farmers are working; extrii time outdoorsj tlieV-tiromen' 9re-work^ ing just as hard inside. House-clban-:' ing is the order s6f the day, and many of the yardJi are already being put into immaouliite shapej: iwlthout waiting for JtrbOt Day. - ' . i^. Rev. Mr. and, MiS.Tjod were agrefe ably surprised iSsl'Sa^Urdayv to have a J call' from: aiii^f'ArthurMuirliead, one of-: their Fornife^ifrieads: Mr; iMuir-head'is at present a^ guest of Mr,, Liphardt, of Maoleod, and accompan^ led Mr: Liphardt;^o rOranum on One; of his regular business trips here* } ' T^vo students^^^^v r^^^^ HalliVahcouvery Messrs; Capjeroil and;: Walkinshaw, arrived in to'wtt bn' Fri-^ j day last, en route to /mission fields I for: tho summer: 'Mr. -Camferon is ' stationed at Springbank and contigiH; ous points^ Mr. Walkinshaw in the, Rouhd-Up district.. While - in town-they, were guests itt the 'manse. Mr.'and Mrs. Carr and family^ are' holding themselves In readiness to leave for their homestead at any time. We are sori;y ta,,s^e them go, as their homestead is ?up iii the Red ' Deer icountry and. theyiiwill not be likely to get back to i Qranum very ^ often. t i The farmers of this"* vicinity are hard at work m the fields_____Every prospect seems to bidi'Iairtfor a good year j so they are working With' all J the energy of cnthusiasth. Popular opinion seems to .be.that the great percentage of them- "'y^ilf-.not even |;jBaye� the work to' vdte,;^ ^ , ^''Gfanum has been ratter'idisappoii^t-ed in the line "of political mect'ngs. On Tuesday afternoon the 8tb inst. j'Hon, A. G. McKay- was^toiiaddress a meeting bere in -the interests qi the Liberal party ; but ^�;thr6ueJl'i some mm mi ii:^i30Wj�y( AonU a ^The,infoung-Ub; oi'i. f-lu*) r jii'iiiiMd'-Tuesday;^ night jaiTi'4hos fSheiherkl] pfSsItlenti-'C-V HjiU'-'n %icr pr*sta6bt;^'WrB.~ltob' .^nson/ seeroUry, and'^.W'. -It McKay. (* Oiiwfnrd II SwtnJhBir>-'and J." la l'T\i lo-rnnutt" rhV'executive '.of; thi lib ril \> 104latiqn werfe atr the ra'f tllnR -ind s iti- [Ihfe ,70ung fellows jPli nlv of *orI- ^for ^esilomlng'^eek? 'Jt'orc th( or 1' " �� ion;x Mc-Dqi' Id of Mnilwal^daressed:"^ mixsSl ' moi liif, I r 'joth lories aa,d^Grlta.^Ij|| rjipliia'-d Up A Ar7Gr., W.,'natural re-> 5uurcei. ind >.^p ic> ji.slation ab passed i by Jhi S'ftoii * ii|d.,;.'His audi^nc^"' '� ^'aa llu� (inl(ta,t ti'g.t5'fl,ver''^'a^tend?d n ]Jii�Tn' inpitlnf.'^inJtiiirrto^.'ij.Th^-r*n� r\.nivi pleBeati^ti1^el:^swhote'i ' * tint ind nc i ^j^ad&'an'interrnp- 1*^ �.9 * r 1  tlWV^ 'Jf MI Oo iiild^^apbilt ,Ws appre-^'j^/ewUou.-, of Qiei .arnwtncs ^% 'luieUiessAwltfi'^ great ^Skr and Millinert^Day bcial Prices Prevail :-^tof finesit worsteds and serges; In light and medium colors, as well as many navys ind, blacks included, ' . * , Wdoubtedl'y'tho >')^o^* attra'dtive garments we hava ever.hadto stiow.-toade of'flAest wool bedfords, whipcords and worBtedB,''lti 'high grade novelty styles t colors r fa\vns, gWs, Copetihagen and "navy. ^Special "Yafdage ^Clearance" Values For the final and absolute clearance of every Inch of piece / goods throughout ' the atone. Dross goods and silks, , laee; atrapprtngS and trim-) mings^' cottons and miia- -lins, ^pillow cottons afad sheetings, towels and tow-elliiigrs, prints' and ging-hiims, ^muslins and vest-Ings; Bhlrtlngs and wa&h' , goods, -art sateens and . dra'perles, linens and d^m-aaiks.- flannels and flan- , neiette's at SAVrNQS OK * , ONE-THIRD TO .ONE- . "HALF, REGULAR SEUU-/. . llSia PRICES. . "S" Another S!ripiiient4fcS�^ti1mmed Hits 'A ooUeetton of some foiu^usual value. Special Saturday Iridujieni^nts in Furnishings for \V^bknen Of ThrifkandvEiacting Tastes -50c.-. Silk Ankle Hosiery Black and-all colors;, sizes 8%'t6 10 in. . ' Ltsle Union Suits Fine ribbed, loose flt-'-', ting at knee,.^ short sleeves or^sleeVeless.-, ' Measatine.-V'iilsts'^", .Perfect fitting/.gai-^ meats, sTiowiij-ln 'best shades of broTnta, navy, tan, black and^y^Ke ' Best Quaraiiteed-Gloves ' . Shown itt eyeiyfwanti e'd color aha,>]lVSi2e3. ; ; _50c.- I Lisle and Sur^e Gloves 1 Extra good wearing I'and very dressy, splendid vftlues,^ y Fine Sha'dow Veiling i- - Black, white � and � all w'anl;edi colors; ! splendid values. all Lisle Ribbed Vest* > Short sleeves or, sleeveless; extra'good quality lisle rib. High Grade'Sibrsets The.'faiaoug.ta Diva' -models >to suit all flg-mres. P ,.1 rrr tiv�."- ^ha-judges decided in favor of 'tip|)tteg;4||j^fiip8he> ptp^mJIiwWslifie^ xiwitiinii|i^e^^P^nt _______. ., ,, - f . - ni'^a said'therccould pass through misunderstanding, he, slopped off ot. Kentucky aiiy day and never be chal-. Parkland instead. -We were ;^orry. to je-nged. The singing was led by^ Miss lose the opportunity of hearing th'Sigj-gga asslste^-by Mr. Gordon,^With gentleman, as he has the ,>reputation j^jgg^ Bary at.'^e organ. Galce^ and of an able speaker; However, qun;s, coffee was,sar,y'pd by the bachelors.^ a number of our people'went up .to who Sfty,heaia*ot; Texan cattle to start an-othsgr herd ^Alberta stJirhas'lts at-'tr46Uons."-v;''V ' A fine bft% boy arrived at the home \tMi. juid'Sifs. Milton,.Rtf^b^lBson oB; aond^yS'^'l^a^k^^as Iwrh near'election ttftfe^t^^^JjAit will be named^i;fe 'ofiffit^^littckf leaders;' areiuiis^leHo^aScertaltt. as to whether . --v- _____ ^ , . jt wlU-'be.'Arthur (Slfton). Edvyard Another meeting-Wh ch had to be ^^^^^^ the past few daysat the l^icbA^);K^apJCyr.> � ; J Sllln^in thV^^^^^^^^^ ' Claresbolm on Ihef6 p.m\ Iran and|pgnoy wer� higMk credited dn^thelaUi ir qaaUty'^df 'thelj- "wares,'; and May^fist; . Um Ella McDowell, of Blythe. Ontario, is visiting her sister, Mrs, A, G,' iVincent. - ' ^, William Kinder has returned frdm the Flatheadjralley Montana Vliere he bas ,been*'f6r '^ome'tlbie. ^ ' " " - Sobert olmdiid of-Vancouver was a visitor in town Monday.' ^ At'a special meeting of*the .local ^m^mmmmM m&M^m&^P- 'mmmmm^mi^. :ti6iil�v|wff^^*!l^yWWfaery:?;^i^ya. Vl^'^'4�*yeek was"-well attendtjd iowu sat rdj froniJlfeias:' AbbiTt 5?4;>a ^^^^^^ enjoyed by aU, Is^a' Mr. Weber 41fp^^ftd ;0;fshl8| ]� hlitcs Ih't Smn> Alberta is the 'day pwrohased,a "tract of land near (. ..Tjut h., could find ind will mako Ws Gag^or./Alberta; 'on which it is pro-i; ;honf h ro To 'ui"t i pwhat he says posed to^.estabifsh a demonstration liiipor ni' iri'i' Jhundr^d:' and ttuite a number of little pests have''dayje/eiitng^by Rev. Wi.F. Gold,.''who been already captured. Contest closes, ga,vfl a,pleaT^ant'^Uustrftted" lecture on - ' Moral andjiemtierance Reform. A Ohin^-^U^a^^^A^^l Mrl John-Haibeck r^jceived k'car gf harawaftflTom-Viidipeg thia week; �saJlsmkV-ae^^a^s o�l^rge.trad tilt UC"�O.Ul�0 Ul. ��B ,i.�.DV-v.---., r. M''J'Wian leff for Calgary gine"*ranja,^5ipws, and will make the pr^r^e-Vblg^om^wIth golden grain. , 'Ct^TIie/aocialidence given, at JOir. m 'luiih jf I ittli. ind 111 fnt;>to Jook:'for/>NEWSPAPER'TO START FARM, �wnc^.ountr mor. Milteid-to-^.hls iit; yVc?ilg^v,.'XpEU'iO.-Reytiold's news-In.our .itiiii itrithliim today paper' a J^aitapn^'pubhcation, yester- farm. FROM 2-12 ,Th.e Kippen local, of the TJ. "F, A. held'a I meeting in- the school house on the-iZOth'of Mai-oK 'Mr. Quinsey, vice h6pe to see this local one, of the best in the district.^ 'i-  ? * With regret'We annbunde the death of X E, Wolford wno^Wd In,Sweet Grass hospltal-fToma'seWe attack of appendicitis., rfe*tame'here from Dakota about fourii-years ago "where he worked as a carpenter He leaves 'a~wlfe aPd.five, ttf mbumi his loss, for -wppm, w� extend heartfelt .sympathy.He .'was"^'buried'' In Sweet Grass, t''"* There Is a prospect .of 'having a 'bridge on the Mllk,'RIyer,at tile south side of Z-t2 at whai 1s>nown as" the pie Benson crossliig,-'.;: - ,, . The Literaryi Society held'i meet-, ing the school boose on, the^, "ibth which .was said to be'.th'e'.bfsst ^one of the reason, The subject "debated' on was,' resolved "Th^t,-water; lB/,mo;re destructive than,fij-e;"- A.X�,(]pall and A. Berg upheld tbtf afflrmative^and jf. 'Andei'son and H. Cc Spring the; nega- Gooclman's Bargain Sale ^^ifl'&J*" P*y�^0�\Com^encing Friday Evening. A Sale tliat for ^ . WM^^'Mi:-^'^'^-''^- . / Bargains, Should Not be Missed m: J. tunity.-to buy . half prlceii' !f!Upvj/C;Slf,'Blu|| ft Reittlar, value; V- m Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Tan VIcI Kid - Oxfords military heel; regular values,up to 55,00- Sale prio^: per pair ,. $2.50 LaC^^;',':'.C A. musical entertainmentIw^as^rfVett' m the schoolTlibuse^X"'-' ' log.' Th^'' leading i&V^-vi^fS Misp i.Maj?Tanney;';an4^H?' ier'the'; program, tht^ �td;. the J partielpa;nts iwnounted''io ?6&.25. Excellent rmuijlc';wa8;abnuted by^M^^sr-^-^J> ^.A'. -r'r' v^_.- Darrow andj iib'^aliponirentibn^atTaber. \ , , ,{ ;iM�r^i=Jiropojdej and- Miss^BeU "Ing-'Ster jOf*-Bat,onsl ?7lsited a^,week. with Mrs.'^MBpVand"'Mrs. Renriert. ^; , " '^'^'�^"--'ce andjPearl Thompso,h,^' ''i.^Jifyery-rsuccessful' enfertaliiju.eiiear future.Vt"; ' A The Willing VorkeJs ^lu'moBt oti, 'A April 17 with Mrs.,.^pujjiwh of Lone '. / Stat, )f ^is#'f^r^'?'/ ased �ore " Untei'ds Vcf-:  48 ;