Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY 11 E K A L 0 PAGE SEVEN Families Are Buying "Sunkist" Oranges by the Box or Half-Box Enjoy the rich, delicious meat and sweet, tangy juice of ruddy, thitvikinned, tccdlcis "Sunkist" oranges. Hive golden fruit (or breakfast, dessert and between mcali." Cleanest of all touched by hands. All the pickers and packers of "Sunkist" .oranges and lemons wear clean, white cotton gloves. "Sunkiat" oranges are the fin- est, juiciest oranges in the world. Not Bleed in "SunkMt" Buy them by the box or hitf-box. That ii cheaper than buy tof by the dozen. They keep for weeks. Ask for "Sunkist" lemons so full of that they go farther than other lemons. Try "Sun- p. ._ -Vlst" or cold. Lemons add flavor 5 ll to fish, meats and salads. Silver with "Sunkiit" Wrappers Cut the trademarks from "Sunkist" orange and lemon wrappers andsend tliem tous. We offer27dif- ferent premiums, all Rogers A-l Standard Guaran. Silverware.- Kiclusive "Sunkist" design. For Ibis orange ipooa 12 "Sunkiat" Orango or Lemon Wrappers and 12 ceals. "Red Ball" orange and Ttmoa wrapper! couat same "Sunliitt." i Iri Temlilinr, tTnaimls cf 20 ceitEorover byPoital Note, Foil Office Eiprejs Money Ord-r. Buy "Sunkitt" at Your Send four lame add full address for hte premium aid Premium Club PJan. Address all orders for premiums all Inquiries to (lsj Font Growert Exckaace FOOD HUB OUTLINES HIS TARIFF REFORM POLICY SHOULD UNIONISTS BE ELECTED SLIGHT ROTECTION THAT .IS WORD WHICH COMES FROM THE SOUTHERN TOWN TODAY MAY .MOVE POSTOFFICE Ixjmlon, Feb. Andrew Law. in a paioiilik-t ips-joJ i (.Spiiial to todav L'ardslon.'Ftb. far____ gives au outline of the t'nlopbt pol-Irjustliiabteitliip ha" U-eii ami Icy torching o'.i the lariff. Tlie fol- lowing are Ilia main points: 1. If, as lie result cf ihtuexl W. of thiw kslanis foi ll-c positioa, has ..._MW.H c.tt-. fol neus o! 1'is appoiatrricut by i lion, the UiilocilEis arii rotururd we j the tierc today, i eball [uinoce no now UuUee oa tho Dawscm, Ui- choice, looi ofjho peotle, but, oa the lr. Masterman ai> tolnted Chancellor of the Duchy of to succeed C. F. Hob- louse, who becomes I'osimacter-Gfcr cr.il. side had temporarily disappeared and there was little export. AGAINST HOME RULE London, 'Fell. local Union- ist parfy of Camberwtll. a big work- division of. Ixredon, repre- sented by HL IIou. Dr. T. J. .MCA'am- ara, have just itUcmptol to. hold a re- ferendum on flome Jlnle, result of whlcii showed that nearly five thou- PARCELS POST WILL PUT MILK IN MILK RIVER EASY FOS HLBEIIIA UNCLE OF GOLD MINER DIES AND LEAVES HIM FORTUNE Or Winnipeg, Feb. local Las received a letter from James Tay- lor ot Egerton. Alberta, stating thai his uncle, Tlionias Tlichard Cooper, o left Winnipeg when U wae a prairie for Ihe gold diggings of Cal iforuia, made him his lietr. The cs late is valued at consisting o' [n casli "and the balance in land, holdings and a large pure bred horse ranch. MORE NEWS OE THE FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE The people who have visited the sale have been de- lighted with the many things offered and the suprising- ly low prices prevailing. Special in Dressers Ladies' Writing Desk 2 ONLY DRESS- ERS In Hoyal fioiil- cn linish, 3 urs. ovnl plate glass mirrors, 15x26, re- gular FEBRUARY SALE Dining Chairs 2 only SETS OF DINEKS Quarter cut oak, Knrly English finish, uphol- stered in best Spanish leather, regular 535.00. FEBRUARY SPECIAL One Only ING -draw- ers and shnlf in Quarter Cut Fumed O-vfc: part Qlted hclM two small FEBRUARY SALE .75 Den or Library Chairs r 3 only Harly Knglish quart or cut oak, upholster-- oil in best Spanish leather, spring seat nnH hack, a very- strong heavyicliair. regular.-S18.00. February Everything on the-floors are marked down a great deal less than proper values. Standard Furniture Company Dominion Block Opposite Court House iOOO TRUNKMAKERS STRIKE AT ST. LOUIS, MO. St. T-ouiE, Mo., Feb. general strike of all the Imnk makers tn st ixiuip, numbering met) find wo- men; -was threatened Here today as the result, of the demand of Hie work- ers Hint Iho employers recognise Iheir newly organized unioa ivltfch is ilatcd witli the Industrial Korhcra of the World. Joseph Hagan, a printer, employed by the Parkhill was severely burned atout IhK face anrt liarids he accident ally spilled pasolir.e on his clothing, whu'h afterwards caught fire. He will recover. "I would tc Ytiy.rmich ni-liged II yp'J would send me, every Mondayf ,iiid Friday, a sealed hot-1 lle.cif your Tloheat milk prr parcels' soon be three months in sand were completely ofi.noseil to threo hundred for referring It 1iiTor'