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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIli 24; 1911 THE LETHHRIDGK 1) A 11. V HERALD PAGE NINE ALL RECORDS BROKEN ON SATURDAY ONLY Uranite Dinner Pails, rcg. DOe, Saturday 55C Tin Dinner I'nils, vog. -lOe, Saturday. -25C Granite Tea Pots, rcg. GOc, (.Irani to CoiYee. Pots. rcg. Saturday. 35C' Granite Tea Keltlos No. Sat! 95c DISH PANS E Knight Sugar Co. Hangs Up Purse of (or Big Competition 10 Quart 15c 14 Quart 20c Qtiart Gripping Pans...........10d 15c, 2QC Why waste your time and money looking inferior articles can buy guar- atltced articles al above prices? Every Piece Stamped with Maker's Name-This means QUALITY Hayr HardwareCo, 6th Street. Herald The Knight Sugar (.1 Hay- inond, conjunction uith Ihe Kuy- motid Agricultural society, is offering flits year some vejy elaborate prizes Ifor.ti.e firowins of l.ijh class sugar becls. There arc a larsc number of prizes oHcred in each class, the awards being made on-tl.c number of Ions raised on different siz.ed tracls, a new atul unique departure. plan is calculated to ejeatly stimulate the sugar Icet inilustry in the Kayn'.ond .surrounding districts, and there are prizes for children an well as for grown-ups. Th? awards are all made in' cash. The is a complete list: Kor the largest tonnage grown on 20 acres 1st prize S1UO, 2nd prize 3rd 4th prize 5th prize Kor the largest tonnage on 10 acres 1st, 2nd, 3rd JIO; 4th, HO; 5th, Kor the largest tonnage ftroun on 5 acres 2ml, JIO 3rd 4ib, 5lh. SlO. Kor the largest tonnage grown 01 3 acres 1st, 2nd, SlO. CIliLDKKX.UXUKll Mil-: OK 18 Kor the largest tonnage on 1 acre 1st, 2nd, SI-' 3rd, S13 4th J13 ;'5th, Sll Cth, SO 7th, 81 mil, 10th, Jl. Kor the largest tonnage on 2 r.cres 1st, S20; 2nd, 3rd, '4th JI3 5th, Sll SlO, 58 Sill, S4 9th, J3. Total prize money, LOSS AT TAYLOR, FIRE Tnylor. N.D.. April Amon losses sustained In the fire which oc- curred here tarly oft Wednesday ening, were the foll Klcvator warehouse, Mercantile Co., Taylor Har- ness Shop, Farmers' Hotel, J5000; Farmers and Merchants Bank, buildings, J20.000; .total, J1U.500. Tlie origin of the lire Is unknown there was but small Insurance the following: Farmers' Montreal, Que., April' bus-1 of JJryson, -P.O., was swept hy fire today, destroying' twen- ty-eight stores and dwellings.' It en tailed n loss 'of and reudereO 000; Smith Pool Hall, other thirty families homeless. is a WUe heed wKat be to jour own Enter not into "her" presence 'without a tox of GOVERNMENT SEED ANALYST A CALGARY REJECTS SAMPLES ACCOUNT OF WEEDS Extraordinary Price Cutting Sale mBmmmm OFF TO A GOOD START Read of the bargains we are offering aturday and Monday Shoppers In Suits, Coats, Skirts, Blouses, Girls' Gingham and Muslin Dresses, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Serge Dress Goods, Crepes, Ratine Suit- ings, Fancy Silks, Laces, Embroideries COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Try Jlluc-Kibhoii Tea. We. know you will be dellg'hcd il. In fad yoni1 grocer sells it oiKa.H.trid giiuranlec of bcs( Kor some time Agriculture ol. the Dor.iinion gqytrn- mcni. has bad iliflicully in er.fuiiiiig the sale of pure ttrjothy seed in the west. In view of tlie' fact that the sale of impure stert greatly facilitates the spread of noxious the j government-has been keeping a. close watch on all seed offered for sale. Many samples have been collected by the seed branch at tests in many cases revealing the-fact that' a great deal of impure seed was cd upon the market. One sample Irbm the Lelhuriilge district vvas promptly, rejected by the. aimlyst.-atul the rais- er notified that he. was violating the seed control act. The analysis.show- ed 21 false flav seeds and 120 .tumb- ling mustard seeds to each ounce, andTJn addition to this, it contained 21 western wall flower .seeds, -2C small wall (lower seeds, 2 pepper J grass sceils, and 1GI lambs quarters' seeds, a tutal of noxious weed seeds to each ounce. John H. Dyinond, cr-ed analyst for the government at the Calgary seed branch, writes as follows in answer to an inquiry for good Umothy seed: "There 5s a good deal of timothy seed'produced in Alberta, but, on ac- count ol the lack of proper atten- tion in harvesting anil (threshing it, the seed is more hulled. tlian that grown in tlie cast and the Un- ited States, although otherwise {ho seed Seeds without the hulls germinate as well, or belter, than that with the. hulls on during the first year af- ter hatvcsl, and if conditions arc far- orable for cmick germination, the growth should entirely satisfac- tory if .conditions are unfavorable and the seed has.to lie in the 'ground for. some lime- after sowing the hulls seem to act- as a protection. After tbe first year the seed -without hulls osses its vitality more rapidly than he other.- John H. Dymond: MACLEOD CLUB OFFICERS Supt. Starnes, of tht R.N.W.M.P., El .ected President for the Coming Year Sold Everywhere ti6n4 this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The belt cwfc book for In Wntcrn Canada, Wrlle name and addrtil plainly. April the ist year has.hefti. a. mpst succcssfi one lor the JlnclcCd both from tbe'loinl of view of. in membership, waa the prerfoL. lirant strain of tho reports.of the sec relnry-troasurcr, as iirtstntpd at th annual meeting of Iho Hub las night. Uetwccn thirty amf fort members were present at Iho voting wfilcri resulted In.thc.selection of tti (cJlowIng officers: President, Sup' Sla'rnes, of the aldeutf, Messrs. A..-H.-Allch.-.f H. Miunsell ann- C. W.-K.- OaTdlncr secrclarv-lreasiirer, Arthur Yoiing executive J'roud, 11. Atkins, a. Heap, T, n Martin and D, 0. McKcnzIe. Sale of Fancy Muslin Waists 89c 50 fancy whUe Musliu WaifiLs, low or higli collar, short sk-eves. fancy fronts and allorc-r slyles- Si2es uji lo Ilegylar value QQn aiitl up to Price OOU White and Colored Dress Crepes 1 lie A fresh.new stock of these fashionable anil nlar Wash. Materials in pretty shades and also white, worlli in the regular way S3c. on sa'lo at Big Savings Here on Children's Wash Dresses 100 or Jtiote Gingham and Print Tresses for girlH 1 to 1? years. up to Q 4 Bale Price, eauli .........................J I .OO Pure Wool Serge Dress Goods 55c '44 inch pure wool Sergps in a desirable weisht for Suits or in colors navy, cardinal and black. Regular value TGc. Sale Price---- Look Over the Cut Prices Prevailing Throughout Our Suit and Coat Stock For This Sale 25 only Tweed and Serge Tailored Suits, regular values 818 to S22. Sale 20 only Serge and Worsted Suits, man tailored, per fed, in style and finish, euals are silk lined; skirls are cut lines. Greatest bargains of the season, reg. up to Sale Price 24 only New Spring Coats in all the latest cuts, pretty colorings, be- comingly trimmed, truly a choice lot .gnrmenls.-nb coats alike, i'rice reduu- tions as follows: All -530.00 Coats i-cduccd Coats reduced 16----..: S18.00 All -SIS Coats reduced All -S14 Coats reduced to....... All Coats reduced to.'. Little Girls' Coats omen's Serge Dresses Ilian tbe cost of maWng. Navy antl brown Serge Drci.'os. correct in style and making. lo W. Jlcgul.ir J7.00. ftg fjQ Salr I'rice 40c Lisle Gloves Two button styles, black, while, Ian 'and grey. Sale Price 25C 75c 24 inch Silk Lisle Gloves black, tan and grey. Sale I'rirc, per (uilr 50c Combinations Collon rihhed Salo Trice per suit 50c 35c 25c Pure White Cotton anil Hlbbcd Colton Vests- Oil ?alc per garment......................... 15c For Ages 2 to 6 Years made in becoming styles from Scr- to at 75c values 15c and 20c. 4 Kale Price 35t FANCY MUSLINS AND VOILES Snlo I'rlcc 35c LISLE Sale Price..............-----...............'. 25c 20c Cream Serges Make Dressy Skirts For The. Coming Season (iel you now at sale 50 incli IKMIVV Hkirti.-ig, (Jreain Sorgo, regu- lar value 61.25. Sale Price...............................'.-.......-..........: 45 inch fine qunlity puru wool Cream Serge. Sale I'rice per yard ,..................750 A-Unman patent has liecn Issue for a process Ifir proilncing a sari useful in building operations hy sprinkling niolton luruacc slag with n salt solution. Woman's Morning House Dresses At Sale Prices tlic greatest collection of House Dresses we've- over shown and at prices loiver than the coat of ranking up. 'S GHASS LINEN OC WOMEN'S CRASH In tail anO blue shnilcs Sale Price I neatly trimmed mid good tilting garments. Kacii OTHER HOUSE DRESSES AT V. Ncatly WOMEN'S AMERICAN PERCALE Excellent and Sale I'rlcc each Jliikc ifo mistake. (Jomo dircc.l. Lo (liissstom for genuine bargains for llio ncxl seven days, You will be satisfied with Iho vaiutf. The Simpson Co., Limited Dominion lilock. Foui'ili Avenue ;