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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LGTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 1911 and toiling underground tires nature. Shut off from tmnihine and fresh air, forces weaken and rheumatism or siksr tickr.stf follows. Scott's Emulsion is a miner's greatest help. It contains pure i-od liver oil which mokes the blood rich and pure to nourish the as a ionic and a'nerve-builder ind glycerine to act as a healer and ciuativt. The oil-food in Scott's Emutiiori is a building tonic to make sturdy frames, itrong active blood and healthy lungs. The wonderful ftom Scot ft Emultlon are too important to neglect. SUMTmrni PROBABLE PLAN, TO APPEASE i ULSTER Try This Home-made Cough Rtmedy Costs IJHV-, But Don the Work i or Money Hrfurukd. I RUMOR THAT ANY IRISH COUNTY MAY VOTE ITSELF OUT OF HOME RULE Mix tmo cups el with 1 cup cl waraa letter, and ftlr for dln- utts. Put 14 ouijcci cl rices (filly ctr.'.V worth) Ja H-ounct tteo ____ 1 AiM SXJjir EjT'jp. a leirpOOft- ful plan, previously favored by Vreuiier As- quith Sir. under which the uroriure of Ulster was to be offered a sort o! ilotne Rule nilli'n iTiiii I Home Hule, abandoned in favor co-jsh- ,ol a temporary of local ou-! jtioo. It is now proposed according Klit (or ,.ss_ it ar.4 i to reports from government circles, ustet to allow anv Irish countv bv a pleW-' rainKe ccnctotraitd scite to vote itself out of the opora- tion of the Howe llule. bill tor a per-' icr.il whicii art to healing ied of throe years. The Irish Nation- w...ll" other vi'pmiiou alists were reluctant to acquiesce ic syrup wlih the local option plan and they have md'sucir syrup (or sinlrtd accepted it sabjwt to mn'orse- provec so popuitc thmahoM meat by their convention vhlch will toanu'la be- siLicnicned to nitet in Dublin after jjji; never been equated." Premier AsquUh has made his an- j A euarjiuty o; or IS? of Orvni- promptly refunded, gets wllh the House oi ton. yeur or mc-cs un MoDitair when the bill comes op n rending. i u power ot a plebiscite bv the riili counties will conic into !on immediately after bill is iasscd and before tbe Dublin psrlia- cieat actually begins its vs'ork. TUB 1P1SII CO. PHOIKOTEM OF ROAD SAY THEY ARE READY AS SOON AS FROST GOES Ottawa, Ont., March rnue estimates were under considera- tion in the House today, with the re- sult tbat much oi tie discussion was in Fresch. Mr. Xantel was most per- sistently questioned in regard to at- MINE OWNERS ARE HAPPY Taber, March Taber Tran- sit Co. charter, for hianch lines to the the. to be reuied. Hope once more, flutters in the breasts ot the coal operators. J. y. Kramer, promoter ol" tho road, announced that he-is'-prepared ;o proceed with construction and will do so when the condition, of ground permits. Taber people shouM be clad to hear ihls grew rather tired -last year ol hearing it.repeated with- out any outward evidecco that tbe was going to fce ful- filled. But those who hare sen Mr. Kramer since his return from Cali- fornia give assurance ibat there is no doucit now of his ability to proceed with the project. Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial sec- letary, was ia town this week, said that il Mr. Kramer could assure tbe gOTenment ol his ability to pro- ceed with the ibea, there should ha Co difficulty about tecuriag an estcn- licm o! his term. COMMERCE COMMITTEE 'j REPORTS FAVORABLY 7----------- .Washingoa, D.C., llaroh The Sleu hill to repeal the Panarca tolls exemption was reported iavorably by tie House Commerce crtmrnUtee -fr toygj" by a- vote of 17 to 4. Re- ff pressntatiyes Doremus of ff lllchtgin and KnoTlind- ol ee what it does for you, cornea perfectly to eat from the pack- freth, and delicious. "There's a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS by Grocers everywhere, Canadian Postum Cereal Ltd., Windsor, Ont. his was in Jsmnuy; 'Today she has GEO. KERR CO. High-Class Groceries Purveyors to the Royal Householders of Lethbridge What I5c will buy Anchovy Jara ....15c Bloater Paste, jare ......15e Kipper Paste. Jars ......15c 1 tiu Roast Beef 1 Un Brawn H's.........I5c 1 tin Corned Beef 1 tin Clrebas Salt.......15c Corn, 0 tins for ........70e I'eas, G tins for .........70c Beam, C tins (or ........70c Corn on Cob, gal........eoc Peaches, 2 tins Tears. 2 tics for ........35c Apricots. 2 tins (or .....35c Plums. Lombard, 2 Una..255 What 20cwill buy 1 tioL Brand's Al Since. .20e I bot. Stuffed Ollvei ....Me I bot. Plain Olives 1 lit Gillies Snaps 1 !b Mlied Biscuits 1 (In Mushrooms .......20c tin Host Salmon ......20c FVench Beans, extra fine Ubby'i Atyaragiu, large O-Cedsr Mops Shoe Bruslief Stove Brufhes.............. MACARONI MAKES MUSCLE Eat Macaroni aua iive mere, .economically. Prke pw HP 10c, I6c Tapioca, 4 (or ......28d I Its for .........25c Spuilch .Onions, 4 tbt .-25c AamoDla Powder ......10c Eno'e Fruit Salts .......SOe Crffco ................35c Finest Dilrv Buttar ...35c Corab Hpnoy ...........30c ----15c' Kerr'6 Finest Darjcolluj Tea, per Ib ----35c Kerr's Finest Decknjulie Tea. per tt> ..11.60 Shredded Wheat Blscutls, 2 for..... 20c Telley'a Cassa, per ttn ....20c I'imentoa In gUs5................... Special Orange Sale SUNKIST ORANGES SWEET AND JUICY REGULAR 25c AND 30o Our Price 20c Per Doz. ..75e ,.60c ..25c ..35c .25c ...10o ..ZDc ..35o Sartlincs In oil, '2 for Sartllnoa in T Sauco Stirimps A cad 11 Codflah Clama .................I5e ........25 ind 35c ...............J5c Hsh Balls, per tin ......20c Finest Ontario Clitese ..20c Llmburger Chaeco ......36c Boijilefort Ctcesa .......60c rlraento Cbeefe .........toe Cresin lOc What 30c will buy 1 bot Keliitz Chili Sauce toe 1 bot, Helntz ___3Cc 1 bot Pickled Walnuts...Me 1 bot Boglish Honej .---30c 1 bot G. Raspberries We I -Lemony ........30c 1 B. O. Soap........30c CALIFORNIA CELERY CALIFORNIA CAULI- FLOWER CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE HOT HOUSE LETTUCE GREEN ONIONS AND CUCUMBERS PHONES 1453 ind 1502. 313 5th STREET S. What 40c will buy 1 dozen Bananas 2 tins Raspberriei 1 bot C. 3 linB-Soup .llUf... .'.40c 3 tins Tomatoes ........40c 3 tins, Pineapple ........40c A 50c box Candy .......40c BIBLE HAS BIG SALE IN MORMON 'CAPITAL dardi'ton, Alta., March douot as to the place, the bolde hen were discharge'iT'of her unaided. In religlous-iife.ot a Mormon com- munity was discwlleJ wlien Colpor- teur Davis of the Canadian branch of the British and Foreign Bible So- ciety arrived in CardElpn and began Mi canvas for funds and to sell.tie Holy Scriptures: Sir. Davis hM jold an areVRse thirty Bibles a day, and reports that iuslnMs if at good la tha Templa city as In any torn he has in the west. At- a recent meeting of the execu- tive of the Alterta conference oi Sev- 'nth-Day Adventists, at Lacombe, Al- jerta, tlie following action >rovince-widc prohibition, was yiiani- oualy adopted "Healiiing that the only successful way to crush the infamous liquor Lrafiic. is by. total prohibition, as set 'orth by the late convention ol the Alberta Temperance and Moral flc- 'orm League, and, "Uclieiing thai the honor of tioi, the stability of the nation, the well being ol the community, ol the homo ar.d the individual, demand that cv- err efirtrt ne made to arouse the peo- ple to tiie evils of intemperance, be it therefore resolved, 1. "That we call upon our minis- ters to make continued persistent efforts to abolish the liquor traiTic. 2. "That we organize all our churches into working bands for the definite purpose of systematically dis- seminating health and temperance lit- erature. Xhis work to he continued un- til the (feslrcil results arc otjtah.cd, and, 3. That a fucd he raised in the near future for the prosecution of the v.ork. HEAR LIBRARY SITE DISCUSSED TONIOHT Tho meeting of the South Lethbridgo naleiiayers' asso- ciiMon tonight at the Central school, promises lo ho some wordy bailie. Every voter should bo In attendance to hear what tho commissioners have to eay on tbo water meter and library nlle quea- Thfi will also ho Sensational SPRING OPENING SALE As our assortment of New Spring Goods is now complete. We are inaugurating this Sale to intro- duce to the Public the wonderful values we are offering this sea- son. An inspection of our wonderful values .will make you buy, our prices being one- half of what other stores ask you. HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS For Ladies WpOL SERGE All Colors, nopilar 18.00 for SILK DRESSES In a variety of captliatinK colors and styles. Kegular to CC 7K '425.00 for A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STYLISH SUITS Regular to Clfl 7K Yourj for I I CORSETS OF STYLE AND MERIT Hcgular for HOUSE SLIPPERS OF ALL LEATHERS Regular for For Men. MINER BOOTS u-llti rails and heels. flesuUr J3.50 for FINE BOOTS OF STYLE and service. Regular for COTTON SOX OF FIHE.TEXTUSE Reifiiltr ido for TOP SHIRTS FOR THE HARD WORK. INO MAN. Regular for RAZORS OF MERIT backed a negulbr 41.00 for HUNDREDS OF OTHER VALUES EQUALLY DAZZLING ALBERTA TRADING CO. 418 Bth St. North.'. Wholesale and Retail Merchants Lethbridge ;