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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FK1DAY, FEHHUAUY 20, 19M TJIE DAILY PAGE BVK 1 ovi'S Ms ds Far.1, netl's Bonfire Speech Hear Queslions of tlie Day D.scusseil (Special rardstiw, Alberta, llon was favored ycslerdiy arteruwii nisbt with a visit from Oinrles Stewart, Minister of I'uullc Worts and acilng-PMuiiw of tlie pro- ilni-o: Hon. Uarlc-W. Minister of Mutilcitralities, ami I Ion. A. J. M1-" Lean. I'rolinctal TreaEurer. Mr. U'oolr lias Just couiiih'led a tour uf Mi uni) orjianlred l-scli .wIliM iilai'i'. It was dll'tdeil :il the of tin: Liberal coimnitlfo t'nt tlie of nolliuK' subdivision should, be mem- bers of Central coianlHtcc-. Mr. Woolf brio'ly, Kiyini; ttial Curd- iit-oplf might l.c-ar Mm at any lime, and. he would nn-fiT to five ih.r oniiiK over to the Mr. McLean's Brief Address lion- A. J. McLean, -in a urlct nJ dress. tmide n-rcrencf- lo tiie Incc. Mr- Stowarl sa'-d, va-J rights to all aud siwclal prlv- lo none." It Is it-c wish ol the govermn'-nl In E'O all for every coin- iQunily lliat i! lujslblv. The Ilural HE advaulages upon. (Jut of levcnue of scarcely JX.OOO.OC-l1, a grant a million dollars Ins Ijceu made for the uf roads and bridges. The Minister of I'ublle day the urovlr.ce control Us natural ivlilch will 1'e avail- e for addilional v.ori; the province. of Al- vrllti Hie iimount of u-.wir-y al itB dii- ;al lhan any oilier Slice, of NINE CENTS A POUND EY MARCH PREDICTED AMERICAN MARKETS HELP Ullty Us uK 1-arJston dU.rkl. pleasure at inteUn? tlie I'anJslon teo- i'vr.............. il'1" He disclaimed any place T'Ai'i'dn'sou i-l-loa'a sucakw. and raliiwl to (c'ted lo tlie offico of'i.rcriJcr.1 of tlic ll.it cu Die i.l.tforr.i in favor o. tvmral A. O. Woolloy of Stwart and Garlepy Ma'nith and K. S. Mr. Stewart Well Received Stewart made Ilic Under lue loti- of U-KiilallOM. Mr. Stewait went thoroughly into the farm machinery aci. luillathe and referendum and hail InsuniiKp. Tie dlfilcnll' of inakliiu railways liuM owned railroads. There's nothing a dolioious oup of Tea as a delightfully refreshing stimulant brain soother.- aV clear, govennsient- At the evenlue fesslow 'Mr. Ander- j ilrtss Ill, opening coiiRratulalory ou tlie excellent of Card-ston. The a van in (he ami In Ills Hiler thonsi.t It duly lo say some B remarks referred briefly'to jihins retarding ttie uraviuci- as ii ton. yresideiil ot Itc Central associi lion of Uiic-rals in CarjEton lonstll nency opening reniwrns referred Itric... tome of Iho great tliai com- hi'holo. lie 1-1- laniided the. allfullan of the Liberal of tiie ministers tlie needs of j.arty in tiie province of Aiherla. even .section of tlie, trounce, ana failed upon fora few reiimks, Mr.jfavo tills as one of iho rwaon, Jor Martin Wrolf. local memuer. lohl Ins visit lo Ca.dston j'e.terda fUr nhal he- had attempted lo do in I policy of the Liberal i-arly in this Kducation received it" fair sliare oi liectlon v.ith it Hie cf !hu far- iners of CardBton to un JJtood lleserve. K. it's 'bon- fire" address was 10, Ihe blandlns AniMii'ai: ir. Canada c.J, 'I. y.r. iuarleiiy polnled out li'.it Mini- ot mlses o( the l.aj been fulfilled. Tim MirtlcU-atioa of r'oyess of Ihe I'arty In Ch5 cieellngs of tin- in liiu nli of "lly ll.i- u be ttortli s '.'CM- ijli u I'.'icc ".il: -I' 5 'His i-. I'.-r as- tit W. :il." this .110 :n UFiij.ir..! a I the pru-'.. are l-'iali-i latvs to ccjast in'" l''- ttrt the 15th r.f V.ircii, M CEYLON TEA ILeads the >rld. Sealcil I.ra.l I'iickelti Onl.v. of Putalitulca. 'ill1' inU'V priilu'ls rj irsdc usiii a icawii thai ti.f luitois will allow v. i-. tr.ov.'n as a This in htca: j.'.rd-; iirothu llscns-'ou in M'Meh 'finKle tax and condemned. In Mr. (Sailers' unearned Increment v.-aj cipiahied. jtuolio liisLly ot Mr. Wwir as a iMn Marktls were touclii'il uvor., auJ tlie j and a member, and i'...k to assurance fiivcn that it oppos-prefer to tl.e careful of an open market to the sontli will money In the Cards.K. jmn.t and throughout tho There was IJust a r.arlir.B reffrwi- tu the A. i U. W. li'.attc-r. whir: fc-.'d iiini v.-urr tl.iir t before t IU- u( U. 1 u.iinls is n: Itr bc.il lliir. Hie d-i.n fain.ers ALBERTA FLOATS TREASURY BILLS _____ K.-u. treasury bills for 1X1 f.'f-re idaoed yester- dav at tu mature in lie- FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED neiv their pclHical era of prosi-crlty v. Ill i lor Iho lirovlncrr of Albl-rH and tiie Uo- minion of L'ana'Js- Praites American Settlers Hon. Wilfrid Uaric.r-y. Minister of Municipalities, raid a iilon-ing tribute .e founder of Canislon. Charity of siate'sr-ianBhip on tl--- part Premier Hon. -Mr. Sifinr.. Oa tlie platfornt -.vi-ri- ex-Mayor llnininer, I'resHent K. J. Wocd. K. ihipnicM. au.i pbi-fs ILr slnvk Ihe j Ni.u] t'eb V- T he 're: uartfl in Ihe it I ;l 'of -Mfi lhe -Jdie, :.uu.l ;UBERAL DEFEATED AT BETHNAL GREEN at n I r "1 .t i Oil lO'l Wl UIlllll Itc Ij'jivprs invjuifil tV.c I lm. 0[ c'oul.l "i.i.l hirter Ihan Ihc local ll.rt- uficrcii IMs Tl.e aauiiil resources of j McLean, Martin Woolf. M.L.A.. the country got a pbce in the I srjpakf rs of the evening, and Ihc of- yoan- addreEs. and In con- i licers ot lie local corair.itlcc. 1 Keli. Lib r-ral. iltttaled in Hie siruartar. Mayor Hon. A. J. wae'oltee.M.i miliaiu H-trry o, ,uc Itltat it is askcil ii.r, otherwise stoikUuor in nnnol.s. 1lu maKI -t volef. oi tic''.owl -W4: 51a-or We Can Supply Dealers With These S Campbell, Wilson Lethbridge t Oranges Wholesalers Alberta a Give the Famiiy a Delicious Health Treat! Special Sales! Prices! All Next Week Get Oranges and Lemons at Your Dealer's The 'tempting-tang of "Sunkist" oranges comes from their slow ripening on the trees, in the warm, golden California sunshine. This luscious, golden fruit is so good you wish you had a "Sunkist" orange right this minute? "Sunkist" are the finest selected oranges, grown in the world's most famous orange land. Seedless. Tree-ripened. They are the cleanest of "Sunkist" oranges and lemons are never touched by bare hands. "Sunkist" pickers and pack- ers always wear clean, fresh, white cotton gloves while afc work. Buy "Sunkist" oranges by the box or half-box. They keep for weeks. Have them always handy for Breakfast, Dessert and "be- tween meals." "Sunkist" lemon juice is the finest sauce in the world for meats, fish and salads. A plentiful use of appetizing "Sunkist" lemons "boosts" cooking and health. Get Rich Silverware Premiums! Every "Sunkist" orange anil lemon is wrapped in tissue paper, Save the paper wrappers, cut tlie trademark out of each wrapper, the track- imrks to us. We offer as premiums handsome Rogers A-1 Standard guaranteed silverware. "Red Ball" orange and lemon wrappers arc accepted tor premiums same as "Sunkist.' Sunkist Orange Spoon Exclusive "Sunkist" design. Each spoon wrapped in the Rogers Manufacturing Co. s absolute guarantee. A-l standard silver For each Orange Spoon you wish, send 12 bunkisi or "Red Ball" oranpe oV lemon wrapper trade- marks and 12 cents. In remitting, send amounts of 20 cents or over by Postal Note, Post Office or Express Money Order. 27 Handsome Orange Spooru Deucri Spoons FruH Knivei Table Knivei Tuble'Folks Cold Meat Forlti Cofiec Spocnj Bouillorf Spooas Sposni Tndiv. of Sherbet Cupi Gravy or Soup Pepper Salt Shaken Table Spoonl Childien'i Kr.iveJ Tea Spooni Childttn'i Ferlit Oyiler Forka Btby Spooni Shcfli Salad Fotki Soup or Cntil Spooni Send you r name and full address for our complete free "Sunkist" premium circular and club plan. Address all orders for premium silverware and all correspondence to CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS EXCHANGE 105 King Street, East, corner Church, TORONTO, OUT. The Scott Fruit Company, Limited, Lethbridge, Alta. ;