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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BU5 TO ALL TRAINS. t a Diy In Alb.rkJI I FREE BU5 BMt Jl.25 __ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOGE The Dallas Hotel the Best and Most Conven- ient SUjr Or, Ms Ciii A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR VOUNG CHICKS Write earuvlts and tie csultcod. bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Yen "a obtain ibis rood from the -ine dfaierj: Tiylor HiHlae Elevator Co.. l.elbbridje. Altt. Taylor Mll'Jag t Co, Xelron, li. IX Albrrta Pacific Grate Co., Cal- gary, Alia. Campbell. "Wilson Horse, Crown Feed fc Produce Co., Calrlry, Alia. Wilson'Milling fi.Jievatot Co., l.ethbrldse, Alia. Medicine Hut Milling Co., Medi- cine Hit. Alu. V Mucdoaald Co., I.ethbridee, Alu. '_ Diilvio.Milling Co.. Ltd., Medi- cine Hit. Uebin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alia. I arv social wo are SIMM" o se ppe lias kept I rack of Hie price of Apples in nllii-i- (Antes knows llml these u M'-i lo i-lu-inn-r Uniii they" aiv sulil for clsi-wlu-ru for Hie same' Tin' iibovo aiv social wo are lo sell Applos for by Iho box Ihis week. Anybody tluil lias pricvs :nv fvuiu'...-.. .iiiality nf iriiil. In Catpury Ilio qHulinS No. 1 Apples at 53.25 anil box, whili- wo avo qiuiliusi the vei-y liiiosl ones ul Sli.50 relail. Oitll-r a box today one of il'io alitrt-o pmv.s ami wo will Ilia) you will receive value for your 'money. Shoulil you not bi- emi.-ely salislii-fl you can have your money back Ssy LCluni- iiiii'llio Applos. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD HIGH CLASS GROCERIES WEATIIKU OX AXD A FTER MAY WE WILL SELL Milk V." Quv SterJJizing Efjuirimciit; C'oltV Bturagc SAmtafr ;gua ran fees biir- rs. pure, clean, sweet PHONE- 1632 Hygienic Dairy Comjiany Mas. 57 Min. 30 30 CO 43 4'-' CO 4G CO 57 02 .03 4d -11 41 "weather HEAR AMY UAWRANCE Lelhbrldge. clfar Edmonton, cloudy Calsary, clsvidy Mcdljir.e Hal. fair Maf.cod. cloudy.. Saskatoon, clear.. Moose Jaw. in, cloudy Dauphin, snow.. Braudou, cloudy... Winnipeg, cloudy Tort Arthur, raining Kaniloops, raining Penticton....... Grand Forks...... ;h winds and quite cool 'prevailed throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and several de- "rees of frost are recorded. In Al- beila, it has turned somewhat milder. Forecast local suenr_o_rjrata. j j _--. cool- stationary or a lit- tle higher temperature. lorry Owners TaVe'Ndice Two purses and a handbag are at I the police station awaiting the claim of the owners.. One hundred applications for Leth- bridge Gold Coin'Eeed'potato saraples came in to the Board of Trace offices alone. This bring? the to- tal applications ui- to. orer four iiun- dred. Board of i A' meeting of tie Municipal acd Civic Improvements., committee of the Board of Trade will be held in MAKES the Hoard rooms o'o Wednesday night 'HIMSELF KNOWN ol s rm; aitor, iie'raW: '.iii view of Ur. T'ne nexj meeting of the committee [nriEoc-s letter'on'vaccination, and on Rations .of the Bsard of loouvfate'any mistaken Identity, 1 -rraae will be held on Friday after- take much.' pleasure, and offer at 4 no apploey, in 'assuming all respousi-' bllity for the'letler signed "Medlcus." DR. Tennis Goods SOME QUOTATIONS FROM OUR TENNIS GOODS DEHARTttENT i'rlce to 510.00 R D. Victor I'jice to S8.00 Balls: dozen Ayres. dozen ......S4.50 Regulation, dozen ..J3.00 Tapes: Heavy Per Set Weight Per Xcts: Heavy Cotton......53.00 Heavy Cotton __Prlco..............55.00 iieavy Coltbn, Copper .............57.00 Racket Each..............51.25 MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION The Poultry association meets Rt S o'c'.ork tonight in A. E. Humphries' office. THE .BULLETIN :BOARD Netlcei for thl> Column should Office b'ttore 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication !f You Could See the cxlreme euro lake in milling our Hour to insure. llnil ;yuu will get nothing hut tlie very best when you buy it, you would tmler ;i sack ol' "Our Best" at oifee. CITY AND DISTRICT Business' Move Jl. K. Kcake, who has conducted a barber .business on Fifth "street for many move his shoi> Friday to Sixth slreet and Third av- enue, wliere ho will operate, a shop under the name of.the "Sixth street Barber Sbou." M. B. Ryan At Hall this even ng the Bible Institute will be coctln ued bv Rev. Jl. B. Ryan, superintend ;ht of missions of 'the Christian jliurch. His subject will be "The New Testament Church and the New Testament Hooks." All are cordially invited at Ibe 'Caledonian Hall this cvenins. Your Grocer Handles it ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. b'fe Wolfs 5 and 1 Oc Store New Untis of Boudoir and Dust Caps ALSO A LARGE VARIETY OF TEA AND KITCHEN APRONS 1 Hanging from f-Cc, Woilh double (lie money. Drbp m and See Our Wonderful Values ALEXANDRA HOTEL, GRAIN SPROUTS; FIELDS SHOW BUSINESS LOCALS 'This you- Singer Huslnea.v ScjleE, Count- ers.'. Ice Box, Table, Cutting Window Tray for sale cheap for three PHONE 720. Bijou to be Renovated After tonlgat the BIJoa Theatre -ill he temporarily cloaed for renova- tion and re-deco.ratjon. The stage' will also be enlarged, so that it .can be fitted tor the production ot vaude- ville ar.ti legitimate road attractions. tavltSf auTsec" i'fe management Is desirous ot J1914 Singer Rotary machine. >'clse- Ing the house to tho ami easy running.' I meats of popular taste, and to keep M. K.' Kcake conduct iis tbe attractlvcneas 'which it has bering' business on St., comer of -.ttaircd beginning Friday, May Darber 'wanted. m--1' Eack or tht Job Car nros'i Fire Chler has off Phone for several weeks owing to a dla- I'uUlc in HujBman's Hall. aWtmcnt caused by a is back on Wednesday, lApril under auspices! ttic Job, feeling as hale as ever. He of lha Socialist Parly of Canada. Ad- is busy at present, gelling his f.adies free. ready for the Provincial tournament We.hare just received T. large as- and "ccnvention, which takes place at sortmenl of stamped light dresse.'.; liea Deer )n August. First aid to the corset covers pillow slips., luncheon i d b o, lhc com. cloth T. chief "of EJinomon, anil a jiarty of Calgarinus. including A'. Carr, >C U Vetis, -W. li. Kerr. C. b. KilbouniO.iind U U Thompson, wtre In tl.ie city lust night, bavins.mbto'red: from the1 north.- They iwera this guests of Mayor Hardle at lithe Alexandra.Hotel. 'Superintendent Fairlifl pciiiri'cntai' Karin; anno (hit s ld of T.t- ounced today SOWL nrlf in the season cut nioislure. in will al the pres- ent time to spcout the seed already in Itc grour.il.ami thai -vliich will be sown v.ithiu etfl' fciv days, lle- lojks lor next month lo insure a t-'e.'Oing operations- at: practically concluded, with iiie esccption oi a ew iicres of oats, aiid barley here spring wheat is practically all in-the grouinl. The quarters known- as Hall Post Oilict! Jilock, will be available for i-enl OH May 1st.-' Very moderate terms. Apply Hold Good Meeting- LasfeTCnlng being'res'uiar weekli the ahove order, a were pre- Iscnt, .and important business j was! transacted for the advancement of the order in this city, the special feature the initiation of candi- dates. was already', sprqutcti-nnd. above the ground', lutt a greenish appearance which; is so .welcomed by every west.. Reports Iroin Barons' iiid piher districts stale lLal stain is''abovc (lie ground gen- where it was sown early. Mr. 'aitfield tliiniis .that ,lherc is suulci-. J. D. Higmtotham Ud. The Store TELERHONE NO. JJJ Silety rirtt at LaKe The council ordered this morning that safety appliances for Henderson Lake be purchased, as recommended by Chief Skellon. The Chief pointed out in a letter to tile, council thnt there were several at the lake last summer, and one deatli from drowning, and that no rescuing appli ances were available. Two life buoys with hooked poles attached will bo provided, one lo be placed nt the bathing beach. and the other at the hoathouae near ilie navilion. No Need For'Eiperinto "Oh dear; llai, what a per- son you are; afraid "we shall never each other- vsry well." "Don't you you nnilcrstood my uropusal all right, and that was in the Blatter.- baldest Kllegcnde MicrrioN SALE Household Furniture v -...AT 244 15th STRKKT NORTH. ON thvirsday, April 3Oth At ptll. (opposite Ihe Dainty Hospital) Auctioneer, is insiruclcd by K Seed Potatoes Birly Ohio and Go'.d Coin splendid ccndlliou, da- 'llvercd in ijuanlilles o! 100 Itis. :and up. :iN TON LOTS ._...... .......535 SMALLER ORDERS, Ib.....2c STRICTLY CASH your Seed Polatoos before all theso home iiolatots are ehlppcd ovil. Well Drilling H. Galvin Phone 1425 Room D, Balmoral fllocV. Otfrce. Open- Evenings. H lots In) on 6th Ave. ;Nortll each. 4 lots, atorc, on water each. the ilwve are all good level each cash; bol- }li per moiitb. to, m ImMmm r. joist rtj- ocnvention, wmcn IBKCB at. Tient of stamped light dresse.'.; liea Deer )n August. First aid to the TCI PrD APHTf RRIFFS et covers pillow slips., luncheon i, j d vm be a o? lhc com- 1 tLtllKftrnH- DWE.rj u. elc. I. and ,1. Me- ,nr imlitipns this year for the first timo in tlic history of the Province, and Ihe barrackn at Omagh with two machine guns for He made- will be uacd as [ft productions living His'_____ of "The Word" will! coast at whwc nilbus- never be forKOtten. Tlii: cry.of have been active, apparently hoy '.n tlie next room for liis father, ai In answer lo ayi-r, oflcred in the for llrne tarclosi lore of Ihe world, the (hlld was restored, .Ml! sound In Ihn ears for rr.nny a day. The Hfc'hlcr louch fliown in "Tlio f. Afitrnoon and Evening .'of and "Huhcn- slciu's was perfectly done. Coleridge's "Hymn in tno'Vale or Cliaraounlx" was n fino piece of wort. It is safe to say lhat if Mr. I'lercy had rhltert a tnucli larger crowd would