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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ft CLARKE iS:VO. THE LADIES' STORE Pftone 453 AcadiaWock BUYING Stock in every department are at Ae hi^\iM point pt-completeness, and eai^ly buyers: are assured of the most ^atip^^^^-^^^^ ^^lectibns shown in any one store in Southern Alberta. Wonderfully attractive and broad selections of newest Tailored Suit's and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Waists and Uhderstirts, Corsets and Underwear, Gloves and Hosiery, Neckwear, Belts, Veils, etc., -and prices m ever_ in high grade and exclusive merchandise evet offered by this store. AltdFations Free and Rtfiusuiianteedon^ JVll. t!7, VJVXiJWW ^----- '  . 1 - instance are fully as attractive as tke, goods themselves, featuring the strongest values EO MB OFF ^'bidj-Vfei at^Giaresholm--Pris| i oners/Sehtenced-Liberal  : is CaUed or cow it was by the color, etc. Ranch V'as apquitted. . A Pole from Bcllevue was up for ot labors, and possibly enlarge the plant. Mr. McGlure' may take; s^tock in a laundryin TVIecficineHat. P. Hoberts, ot the'C.-P. R, hotel, J. A.'Clouser, of (^ranum, ^as ' and think^l ]ifi::\^ilffl��>?iarpuh^ faU;d"B.mrrb'^ore''Ma?strate Saun-,a few days. J-',., of t^^\i^rv nt obtainmK money de'rs at Calgdry. ot obtammg money unabjSfalseaBlStM^ : a^ing, foi;',gi;ain and : ' ^I^i^gilifebfl'yMicleod^^ Mig;iiMdai^Wp:a�m�al-i Msfirch T. 1913', when the election oi :ft{ftcers>iflirtake pUce ;� also the dele-^ gateWEo^tiSSfiro^^ rffisa^EoS^fifll^i^aWepa-trM^ -Ffes will b>,>-large convention, as aPegatesXom aU4he poidts will he T,. , ptestnt.'toiiation o! ^a candidate adeod'. Feb./ 27.-At the supteme for"the',legislature for the next eieo-" g}tx. Sawyer, .from the Pass .ticSi "wiUbe part of the business pre-ua �.nf J^^i^f �:'?the%various..witncB:ses Uad probable outcpmc of the qo^jention^ . .,JV^timonies nit. connection  Reports received so {Jf ^thenfease. His>Lordship advised .Px'oviricral, ^'^^ .^^'''^ *\^vf nfntS-%roj;stock_to .'have, them fa that Macl^^d, farmers havecaptair apd.'fl^^d 4ihus'avoid all' ed.aU tip'pttncipal prizes foE_ |hw Warner, Feb. 27.-Dr. W. H. SOott, secretary of the 'Earner Bca-d'of Trade, lias obtain*^ flgur^ shoeing that the total shlpnxent.of 8^**^ ttom this point to~date.l6jpO,00!i:^P??elB, CARDSTON Cardston';.,Alta., Feb. 27.-Th� an-unnal. congregational meeting of St. Andrdw-'s Church'was held in ^tJie; chnrch'ion Monday night, with ^fairly reprfeaeatatlvc gathering present. Jol^n "Wqolford wBs'^inovea to the chaiiijiaBd; conducted ti�? meeting, atter :Openlng' :exerclae8;;l>y-;.Mri'.Tait r-'i^ ''-Reportsi'worof-presented from;^ the managers^ and treasurer, the Sunday school; the?IiBdles' Aid society,>nds|ll; 8how�d -that the congregation .waSiil|-: a. reasonably .healthy condition during .1913, Mr. .Tait'asked th� meeting to f^say whether or'not. they wlsl^ed tlie appointment'of elders, and the'reprj: wa'a in the affirmative. A church r'oll Will alBO;;he;Mrt /:Bd Savage, of Glen^Koodyllle, ^ftve tfv splendid rendering' of "Saved pl)y, Grace."At the close of this part of ^^the;: service, the class rfpent some: ttme ciiooBlng a class -hymn.; and finally settled on "Stand Up, Stand Up forvj^iis;" to a new and ver/ attraot-ivi'settlDg. , have. The Income Tax Wduld Be a Poser Pfigifio iElevator^J't*. given-for tte �ve';best ^ish^ls,-of 'Alberta RAd *3!Pheat,v:J^il>?s been won by m Gihss\tMe';third time,-and becomes I ' ' Tf A. Adams this year ijiai cqld,;du!l pi their owns the AlberU- tife: er was left out ol ttes lis^'complled and -published .in' th�k Herald, a shoiit time ago. but- the above figpes show ?goIn)fil0i:^8iS^ -Inspector -WeMp ot t^tlibridg^jwas' visit" of inspection ottte local K. N. ,. Df. Patton, of'.Cdutta.'I^tcomuanted onlTuesday.' ^tnspeioif^ST#^;)|i^e^ V-l" " tTrt- company a elev'atoh|^ffil|jI^,^fefc .u�oi--, Crops. Magazine tro- /p|jfe^on'has-retuTtt�dtfromi a' hy:forrflvei:b4shel8 ol sprmg wheat, ^J^'-s.visit to.i;etlibrfd|p?,f-.. ; ^ i ^Mle'W". i;urngt. is second m the AV Tenny,.whb hatf beeVspeijding a bcrta ^e4,class^ with H Mcintosh ^^^^/^^ ? .comes, s^nd;for Sprmg Whwt. Bar- n ,returned -t'o,.his>>lfe,ranch ley Vas also'&r6wn in Macleod that � ^ yesterday. ^ r, ^iSiicd'tieV��s. H. G. Long andjl^^I^ yesteroay. , �Bay Meocliam Ted in this class for %Tit- andTsecoffrplace. Oats la TiMng mo^'ttiat looks 'good , A � request waa'^nlade to the Preshy^ tery ,tp'mov� fh'o'churoh building {o'a more cehtral'site;'*rh� matter was'dlS'l ipussed sat ^ lengthy arid: several: sit*S spoken of,.but nothing.definite'caifbff-done tin pennissfon*comes from the; Presbytery. cffh^J'ladles of the congregation served refreshments at the close of the'business.  Secretary Plnlay7 of'^Oie. Asaociated BdaTds ;of, Trade of Southern Alberta, has sent out a taWe> of, rates for the' transportation of :cream toh the'raiW roads in Southern'^AJberta. .The act-iYitrJnsthe dairying line in this ipart of the;^province coupled'with the pljs-slbte;oP tb;:the bill,of Representative' Sabbot of Chicagb,for,an income:tax, whleh, instetldroi stopping at a; one l)er,', provldeti. twoper cent, to start with and,>ftxes 13000 as the minimum; on-'whioh;,the tax is to be levied. .Nor 'dbea .JMr. SabbOtsintend to stop there.: Hletwants a graduated;'Tunning, to at.,least;Ave Fred' Mosedale, aticompanle by his per cent, on the largerdncoteies, and has threatened to increaset this to 10 ' per cent, to strike .at^�omei_ of the big gest fortunes In tii^. country, Such a measure w6uld' swelli.j'the tax at once to at leabt 12^,000,000 .and it iwould t^ke a'lot of'tarifl!r-,guessing to equal th'at'sum.. .i H.'J'Matips^!fbtn4* tell with him, bi^akin'phisleg at the ankle. He Ws'Heltfihalf a mile from, home at. theitiraejiahd had to crawl on hands "and" kneels "tcr'*feShbv(s^;-*^i;B^ brought' to the hospital,; -where; he; np3n,ary,'gnum�ieaioiiB. -jiow liesi'as coialortable as can be ri^Y^jwh,a''fine soup by -^^ected; und^ the- circumstances/ 5p35,tbai^''* � V /'if f DMiri�f.the tinxe howas preparing.his exliibit-for the': Dry-Fanrming, ConV gtess J last � ye�ti* he had an accident The H*Xf\ What Am . One day- a..gentli^an...'. travelling through England.Mitop)ped,at a country farm house for^fqod and rest. Through the' host, seeing , and  especially Then .followed a, 'dlsciisslon* about the word ham, each thinking he was pronouncing the flrSt letter. The w(fe then leaned over th� arm .of. the traveller's chair and whispered: , "They both think they ar6-a.iiy.lhg 'am, sir." D!i,er�>nps. Rtmtmerto :^*)5*iO:^ij.nn^u;.:.}'vfly'ir'.^,"v,.^MW^,','...�-r.i-".T-T-!T)', bVeafifni; his ja^, froSn which'he has (SpljvW-f'jWy.'.xecoveredi , " $,Af, m0Bl..inff �f +liP. Owls held, the A. M..^ I a -roeetii^g of the Owls held, the following'Officers were elected t _ Past ' s*rPxeBident/'E-. Greenwood; President, ''S} S^ug;;:-Vic�-Pre'sident, S: ~^iT-�''=�n" rnypcatpr, ' B,. E- Mooney �^^eiS-PtH/.^P. Tottkin. . j....,.., \h-^'h.i McGlure, who has for^some. 'titoft^Jjfg^iv/m'anager of- the ,';,^ai5i; iT'aiiMifrV Ash'ROld out hls inteMfitj^^^^ ?hl8 laundry' has' been 3ss; and the' "new extend his Q�ld , 1.-'" MEREDITH'S FARMERS' BANK REPORT NOT PLEASING-CONTINUE Tcf BOM.BARD GOV- -ERNMENT ;-*.- T''*.'-' ^- � '-^ ;^Toronto, pht.; Febi 27.-That there will be no let-up by the depositors of the Farmers'. Hank in" their applica-tioh to. the government 'for relief is evident" from comments -passed - from a number .of those interested;, on the repqrt-of Sir William. Meredith." It is stat^ffby those interested that the depositors-.claim that^a stAtement of their position will heformulated at _. ^ . _.., . . a. meeting to beheld at Ottawa, and rate will, be from wherever; he -lives to J. that'tKa^m^ his. .nearest creamery.,^t.Car'&stoiiJs up Avlth'-the ministry beiore. the mat-cream will come mostly by wagon, but fer comes up in the house.' Anhoy- there should be cream coming to the- ......� �   ''-^'-ii--: .._ Cardston. creamery|i'all!'tfie way from; Magrath;If farmers**were ^.working for their.,own j>est Idterestj^jn-.The new rato may be obtained at the station or at the creamery^ ' . ' . winter athletic sports as it should: At Raymond, the �WiTr'd is - dividedJluto se^eralfteamsi foTSittt^nprbmotlon; of baslcetball, and e^iiMeiiglrlsVOf'rthe; Mutual-Improvemenf^BsociaUbns are taking to playing^!the igame: The Cardstotf'assemblj{|hairis�amplyfl&rge for; such'oport; an^atllsi-tnbtUod. latfe yet; to think- of. orianizInE.i?team8. p ;,!>;-: Th� ward vIsitor*iofkthe';Ghuroh5 of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Salhig''a[-e out ...this week on their .iinniJalvl^Jwi-: tioE of the homes of.'.dardHuo.' '"^o home is omitted, and;a!y3lose'f&6or.diife' kfiipt of-tthe rellgloiiBSobnaition^'otJ^ the-nvembers of thi^'chui;ch;%iT.hfe;,^Ork; ia.rdone by: repreiseii^tl'vilflfbf jt^^^^^ OU8 ., Th? Woman's'l)Mtltu'4 of Cardston is to give a big dance and supper in the' Oddfelloflfs' ball on Thursday of this week. The. admiMlonifee ;1|, set' 'at $1.00 per couplejj.atfditho proceeds are; to go.Jnto thc-^ general (treadtfry- of the Instliute. Thej affair'shonld'' Be well patronized, > andSjtJte.' fadip's^?^?!? ance is^ expressed at the suggestion in ,' that bad- management, rather'than carelessness in'the �� issue ot 'the'-, certificate iiy the treasury board,'was th(s cause,of the bank's failure; ' It vis. claimjd that this (Joes not affect the country/s moral liability to.i'for,instance,',: a who, p\it' her all. ii^toi the ',b'^ak five days. b� closed its doors- Ted Table Tarn How many times is tea served, ' in your hpnie. during the year'? 'J 'Over a tliousaJid times, no doubt.,.. ' r'-V'^' ( ' - ,C .' V, y, > Such frequent, use suggests a, . , ^ careful, choice. -Ii]xperiment'jw;ith .as many teas as you please. Yqur,;,-. . .'WiAi''.'� X'uco'uwj-vfff.v.^rt^'.ir'r.TTri-'-.TJi- ?,30 o'cloBk. in the~OSd.fellowB' hall.,, Cardston people ane evidently ,look-: g for some growth ;In tho, western part Of the town.' During thi-'h^t -Veek, several persons,hayefb^en .look-' Ipg at property Iq' that quartej, ^d real eBtat* men report ".a groy^^h.r]^: th^t direction., D'ui-lngi'.tHe-dU.cjlrBion; of removing the Prepby^terian (^prcjv and selling the ip^esenf proflertjrf jwWfth is pretty well .to.'' at. It was the opinion of a good manfr^that It would bo unwlse,,tOj.8ejl^pr jto^inov.e, at' 'all. as Cardston's^ ',,elevelopm�pt ilirbuld'^lniall probablJUy^iSe W t^^r.�-, reotlon. >nd th6H?reytyfT�fOUlJ./866�x, ;bq'':'ii^htrally loc,atil',.ftnd "Inoys^se, 'gre^'ttflfii value. 'r'-./H , ..^^M' *r ^44 :ScntinelB/r ffi^^Jadu'ttl^Mle' MADAM: We are olosng out our China and-Crockej'y'department do so in a hurry, have out prices on everythixlg id'-a .figure below,^,the> cost price. The stock 'is clean, up-tordate-and well assorted. Adttati'oiioev and ;-jaw^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ;