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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta r'REE BU3 TO ALL TRAINS. Hold Windsor a Holal In Alt.rtt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr, Rusk's A. PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write for camples acd be by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited ALBERTA. You can ttts food from'tht folio via; fifalers: EUwn MUUts1' Kevator Co., Taylor J'ill-sf Elevator Co, Alia.- Taylor Slillint i- Elevator Co. 2. C. Alberts Pacific Grsta Co., Ctl- nry, Alia. Letijbrldjc. MsJicine Millin; Co., Hat. A1U. A. Macdor.aH t Co.. LetLbrldge, Campbell. Wilson Lethbrldse, Alia. Crown ,Fe.sd P Calsiry, Alra. Home, Osilvie Co.. Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, A1U. llobin Hood MUls, Ai Tin- above aiv we'aiv soi.iig tu'si-ll for by Hie box this week. Any body thai has kqil ti-.ick of llu> pi-joc of Appks in other places 'knows' thai Ilivsc priivs are JYgiii WN to 10 lliim 'llicy sotil for clscvvlieiv. for tbc same (jiiiitily of fmil. In ('.aljyiry Ilk1 aiv inioliiij! No. 1 Apple.s al ?3.2j ami ?3.50 a liox. 'while we a if qiuilius tin- vVry lliicsl oiu-s at reluil. Order a box today al unc uf Hie above (irii-cs and wo will guarantee Unit you will receive value for your money. Should you nol lie entirely satisfied you can have your money back by return- ing Ihe Apples. THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES BOW ISLAND NEWS Bow Island, Alia., Aprfl spe- rial of the tovrn council was on April 23 lo for dee installation of the tas sys- tem. -The contract was awarded to Messrs Armstrong Lynch of Red- rliif. UiVinUinliDii of the "coun- cil, to.engage a competent msa in the; capacity orgas'superiulerident as veil as to look after the construc- tion ot roads, ipeo. .Staccy.-oT the Stacey .Lumber Co. "of Irethbridge, spent' the weeS in I L H- P- -Wilson of Medicine Hat is in tpirn.r: W. "G. Mathers has re-opened his hakethop in the premises formerly oc- cupied by Suttpn. 31) Si es Chnrchili and O'- Concor attended the con- vention held'In Lellrtrldge last N'elson Scales, Coynt- KS.- Ice Hoi, Table, Cutting Bcardv G.alvinized'Window -Tray for for three days. r PHONE _720. I.ethbricUe, ck-ir I rio-ily Kepir.a, frir Portage h 1'raiuf, cloiiily Grand FolVs Calvary Medicine Hal, clejr Mr. and-Mrs.vlIenr.sn Peglow, who1 Moose cluiidj'.......... have teen residents or this town for rlowly some time, left on Monday for Mon- j Winnipeg, ;ana', where they will residaln future, jl'oil Arthur.-doujy E. Ixiekhardt motored to Taber on Tuesday. Rev. Mr. Youco of Seven Persons ocducted the services in the Presby- terian church on Sunday. -Mrs. Jas. R. Shearer and Mrs. R. L. Sione- spent'the wi Iitier's. mother, JIre. Hulbuit, south of toTn.' was the jruesf. of Mrs. El IV. Luckhardt last week.- Jaines Duff, genera! asenl for ths Canadian Pacific Railway Co., was in Paul. Ludtkc and fam- ily, left; for-.Winnipeg on Thursday, en roul.e to Minnesota, where they reside in future, ESD Pike a.visitor to-Letb- bridte ihij-wefi. fc .Bate are buildinz two 51 as 4S 1.3 (it; f-6 CO .45 50 C'J 62 '65 39 31 Tennis, Goods SOME QUOTATIONS FROM OUR TENNIS GOODS DEPARTMENT Tfce weather has become ux'ie set tieO in the prairi? urovinct-s atd has been moitly fair. Iteports from all j points shon- oi [rosi during the nighl. FORECAST: Manitoba acil Sas- with N'ortlffasl' winds, niosllr clouijy and cold. acd milder. The New lioldE the.record for the IZc '.JSeal in'tbe city.1 EMPLOYS NOTHING BUT WHITE HELP '..SEA A SPECIALTY .7...Come Once and Always Cmnmcul Oyster aod Chop Hwse from Lcthbridge Hotel Seed Potatoes Purft.Karly Ohio and Gold Coin varieties splendid condition, de- in families ol 100 and IN TON LOTS SMALLER ORDERS, tb.....2c _- STRICTLY CASH liuy your Steri I'otatce-s btfors all these hone Out. H, Galvin Ptant 1425 Ream D, Offige-.Open Evenings, houses on the south side.of Ihe track. Rt'SsTNE.SS LOCALS Ladies! This means 5-011. Sin'zer Sewing .Machine" Cu., 512 iDvltca you to'call and fee Ihe 19U' Singer Rotary machine. Xcise- less and easy running.-" 111 CI'IY AND, 13JSTHTCT The Daily Procession One drunk paid tbe usual fine at police court this morpiug. Week-end Visit C. E. dii isionaj engineer, of the! Southern Alberta- Land Co.; pnii visit to the city over the week-end. Steamship Movements The Allan line, Co'rilcan, irom Gtaa- is reported ijy C.P.R. Agent S. B. .Mitchell, miles east Race, due at Queiec at lo'ckck'this a.m. Western passengers bridse oa Friday, i Section Work Started Section work on LtiD railway Is or ening up. J. Harris Co. report that they have iect out-fuily two hundred Slatiuser 1'rkc to 310.00 11 li. (Genuine) 510.00 Victor Pfke to S8.00 Bsills: iluzen ..J1.50 Ayres, ilozon >4.W llt'gulation, dozen .53.00 Tapes: Best Heavy Cotton Per Set J5.50 Lighter Weight Per Set M.03 Xcts: Cottpii J3.00 Heavy Cotton Prico Heavy Copier .1.57.00 RacXet- Each--. MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT >TTENTIQN. r men during tho past fen- then going-lo points-on the Letb line, where .section work !s commenced ftr tec first time. Visitors Today Visitors in the city today include: Oliver Blue, asgiatant.clile in- Letter No. '2 A COSTJVE "FREE" LIBRARY 5 a paradoxical, pxpreEsion, which for exiibnation auJ ion'.- 'Lay "o'st fJalt ill four slocks containing SS twenty-fire fool lots r.ctf cCnstrvativcly male their average talue a( MO.onr, each in ine year. A total cf For .cement sidewalks and ether cement see Carpenter Hros. Phone-HjS... SL. )iary'3 Society's Vliist Drive In'the Parish Tuesday. April 2S. IJancIng be in order after the wbtErgarne. Sii good L.sdie3' Society Box Soc- lil and Da'nct; tiff'sday r.ight April: Splendid pro-' John Stirling chief.litlne In- Admirsion 2oc- sjitclor; G. Hamillon. mauager of the Hank of Commerce at Carraan- gay: Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, of is: J. of now Island; J. i.ui-'.'pr, of .Medicine Hat; J. 11. Max'nell and C. B.; Furman, of her: J. B. HoSerUon, D. rtre. W. lamilton and II. D. Willlam'soii, of Petlaw; R. w! Oritfitt ami 3. J. Harris., of Milk -lUver; A. iltlchtll and 0. McPllcreon. of-Vulcan, and J. P. Swltzcr, of Carmkiigay. Men's Own' The Men's Own listened to a' A address yesterday afternoon by T. YV. Quayle on "Is Modern Democ- racy Tlie speaker limited his' remarks to three nhases of prcstnt day democracy, as repre- sented by education, industry and the church. our educational tern lias much lo be commended, let its utter failure to give less than 5 per cent, of the p'jpits. of tee r-iihllc schools any lire-vocational training is greatly to he deplored. The grossly unjust competitive system of modern induslrla1! life came in for 'many ling and stringent knocks. The church, representing the ureat. hodr of and women who have "so-.ight to follow in the footsteps of tho lowly Xazartae, though 'not as strous.cr ns rotent az. she should be, h and has evpr hppn In the vnnctiard in en- to ijenujcrp.cy. A lifarty followed. Ver.i (J'ir.ville dclijhted uith a piano folo. Mr. fjuaylfl has ajways hecn collected in a vital and uraclkal way with Ihe Men's Owji slnr.o i's Incep- tion, and by his removal Ihe M Owu, as wtll as every other Institu- tion In the tlty. which lends tee uplift nod betterment ol Ihr- ciil- zens, will mips a stauncli frlen.l anil an ail roirul man. V- 14 IB) on 6th Avc. 1'-; 4 foU, neir. above, on wa :Tba klMTe are "ali good level cUJ fZo.eicft CMh; UI- >c< 416 BMtk. UN Hi' Then, consider that the tor ot 1514 jrill be the man of I3it. and may. ?erlinenliy ask those of us irfho 'hare not raeantlm" of dis- u-hich wiseacre of lis. proposed .to Mr. Gait the dls- of one of tJie city's lungs (well' worth {SdO.'OMT.OO as a lung) placfn? a sback on a corner, incidentally deeding ilie silfe forever to KL An- efe.of Homestead? Thp IrimmliiEi yon and 1 will have to pay In Ine interim will be rr.erc ttlfleE, ear- for boolis, furnishings, fixtures and fur- niture, interest in ten anFiual sutns for upkeep of (lie Scotsman's Monument, the in- fjvliab'e "fiunrfrits acci.J' annuaUy: yet tnese adil uut a few more to Ihe mlfla wlilch are grinding exceedingly rlno Ihtac Shall we Eosn Itace Ihe chahee of u'jying o-jr ticok know- Ifdge along willi. oyr [lOstage f.t ivc nwd il? ans'werg, lias It un- der cdcside.'atlon." Aalc your dlc- lioinrj' the d-lflnltlori of and echo', will answer Which remiod-i.nie that ve can't loardon wirul; oar landladies wast and want your huslr.tsa. Mexfco haa no rulcrj'our's will re- turn his -.wee-to' home- stead ftay on Monday, 27th Insl.; most of you know he is- a cracker his Mndlng Is not 03 cosily an yoiif living but It Is much better, however eoorl. Our office fllrriliuro 'almost InvUllile now aj we sell from catalog and jay for It as we order; you reap the benefit by NOT paying interest on a sur plus xtock. Our printing ]g always foremost Ftvbtrt 1 PRINTERS STATIONER 1903 .SnirJe Stand Lodges, Societies, The quarlc'rs knowii nsthe Masonic Hall Tost O'flicc will be available 1'or rent ou ilay 1st, Very in odor a t e lernis. Apply J. D. Higinbothani The Store TELEPHONE NO. SO TM- TO TIIE We, the undersigned Dentifts, do hereby agrfo fo close our respective c-mcoa on Saturdays at 1 p.m. durmj, the incr.tlis ot May, June, July, August and O.-J. COUHTICE H. A. GILCHRIST G. T, MARKS HARRS E. 0. SIMMONDS If. J. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop this Column should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Overseas club meets at S o'clock in S, O.. E. hall to arrange reception to inandfr Evans. Cllizcus' Ambulance class meets at S o'clock ia Bailey Etreei school. Order of'Moose meet tonight in tho K. ot F. hall. Initiations and Lusincss. Herbert I'iercy's recital at the Baptist church under the auspices of tbe U.V.P.U. CITY AND DISTRICT Trio of Inipettion Inspector Llndsav, Of the K division 1 the H.X'.W.M.P., went south %n'an flection trip thlg mornitig'. Coming Home -Robins, vho has been on a :sR.to his old Lpitie .in, Kent, Ens- ,nd, leaves da on, MR'roturn. Wolfs 5 and IQc Store New Lines of Boudoir and Busft Caps ALSO A LARGE VARIETY OF TEA AND KITCHEN Hanging Irom Worth Uouljlu-ttie money. _- Drop in and Sec Our Wonderful Values OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL. x -..Cooled The lire fighters were called out ast evening, .aci after a brisk run ound the.caU to be the rfesji; of au veriealed -chimney, yiiich was kly cooled.'. ..Publicity ComrnCttcc Meets of tht) Publicity cOmniit- ee of the Board .of Trade "vas held ils afternoon to complete the ar- -cngomcnts for Ad club smoker oraorrow night, and .to conEirter" the which wlfl be ljmittflcl at that time. Pouitrymen to Meet A, meeting "of the Lcttib'rldge Pout- ry and association vriil be chl-on Tuesday evening, April 2S. I S o'clock in the office ot Mr. A. E. luutphrfes, First.avenue Sbutfa. An nvStation Is extended to all persons ntereated in nooltry. Thcro will ba lirds rxMbtted, Endorsed Library Tiie Homo and Foreign Missionary -Society of the Presbytcr- an chiircb, In session at Calvary last paaee'd a resolution favoring ho iiostai library lor Canada, as r raotcd by the Postal Library league, cli has its headquarters at Loth- bridge: A Matter of Choice 'Por-mifs made in ilte homo bave a. ol' llicjr own. leave llnv I'suniliar. flint llic slage .soltings ol' Ilic'sliuHo J'ail to givo. Call 1733 for Photographer 906 Third Avenue Somh ER OF FINE HOME PORTRAITS Recreation Fund At a meeting of the Police Commis- elon -held on Friday afternoon, It was j decided to start a police recreation 'und, nnd Hit1 SJO.C'O cheque received from the II. Swires Co. oj. Toronto was applied for this nurposc; Other routine husiness was transacted by ttc corhnifEEEoDers. Seed Shortage H has been resorted that there'cx- Isis' r..- o( Jiarquis seed tvlirat. TlLC liural' Itelatlons mlttcc of.t'iu Hoard of Trade Is look- ing Into the matter, hnd will endeavor to obtain some seed, as well 33 some- Bool alfalfa, .seed, for distribution and tale-in the dlstrldl. Quality Ite ream Bricks lN CARTONS V.'. Lei usgcryc you rtiro, Rif Jce "Hyyiunic" 31 PHQNE 1632 Hygienic Dairy Company 5th AVENUE A SOUTH. ordered lo feavo Mexico by A. The Meikan Charge Algara nl Washington has Men recalldl hy Hocrld. All Mcilcanr colonies In Slates, paitlciilarly org guarded to prevent nnsaiills, and In Washlnston IKo Moxlcan Is Mag guarded by polite, Plant Potatoes May 10 Applicalions for taniptca of 1x: bridge (loltl Coin conllnue.'to como In Ihe Hoard of Trade of- fices. Superintendent Falrfleld no- tllieJ the'. Hoard yeslerday thai ap- pllcabtd aliou'd not become anxlqiw T they did not receive their samples i fori-. ttie week in Ifar, as they would nol bo Etnt but uiilll Uic 'firal Mr, Kalrfleld also Olrected that tho reed should nol bo ftanted before May 1C. .T, Smith -Wllmol, chairman of Ihe executive rbmmlltee 'of tlie Norlh- weslcrn Trustees, a million doi-lav of Oreat J'nlls, spent tho vDeh-t-nd the cify, with one of tls colleagues, 0. A. Miller, stopping Qt IXti.briiTgo llote.l. Mr. Wlltaot very much interested In manlclifMly owneitl. iitllllies, fi thorough Inspecltarof the city while here, Ilo pronounces .'We utilities thoroughly u'p-to-dato in every par- Is very favonibiy Ira- preesed.'fvl.lh the city In'general, so nltich lii iict'thnl he Is'cdnBlderinc lotallng litre al tome fulur.c lime. "MoiisurtiiV.'by aclual niilrilivc I lie i-c isino ojluT ralion Avhicli in economy cnn CMinpnr'e wilii icf from L'liiltii Slnlcs of AgriciiKtirc Hill-. Ir-.lin. Sc per Loaf in Uic cily. '-Be sure il lias Uic Inbtl All sell it or Phono 1027 or 378] The Baker ;