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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHCniDRE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEf L- Have You a Bank Account yw your In If not, have you onaldireld advantagM of, a lank AwpimtT It ij.vai "record won and, and enablaa ycti to have permaninj and knowledge your rinanolih It ayikmatlo In handling your i honey, and you :hold'thtf belt-kind of In your checks for the money will be endilnitantly ivsiisblo. over'and depoalt your neit Chech. Wcttahall be gladlto explain In detail. M18 1STH STRBeTdNOBTH. THE ICING'S HOTEL 13in STHEei" NORTH PHONE 1456 OUR CUISINE MID SERVICE ARE UNEXCELLED SUNDAY EVENING DINNER 5.30 to Cents. i V Healed Fl'ont Roome with Full-Purd THIRTY dOLLARft MONTHUY Spring Clothing o the dmys like ihcdding lour winter ttut i m tiy be a little you. fltiyou In the Lateat and Cot'orinjt from to- from 112.50 .lip. Our sUtWot'Sprtmg (Williamson has looking for. AJllthelnew SPECIAL ORDER CLOTHING. 9KONE Iti Z4a cheaper rale coal trade, jri J.ai'o been j j'lj'cy t'laiin tliat tlit; railway cbmnuB- ing cycry elTort to keep body ami sion should, give a Si ti ton reduction soul t'iHcUicr dunng Die winter just cuj the rate, that it would build u] They have been picking up IDC Canadian mining industry aoc tJic cheapest coal they could find, to shut out the AmLTicsm shippers. "i'hc clc-tritncnl of the better grade coal j The mines in thin field have been from the Lethbrhlgc mines. But tlio I working beller time during the earlj satisfaction has and the j Murcli than in the latter parl sentiment is rupidly 'chungintr ip. tav-' of February, and with the change o or of the product, thsfhcart in Calvary with respect to nor- norUicrn coal iias proven "cheap in ev- j lKiir.ii coal, .the mine men here look try respect. One dealer in. Calgary in (lor a. steady increase in ihe demand particular has said that he would 1 for -Lethbridge coal, and the conse- handlc but Lethbridge coal betterment of labor conditions in future, as it was the only kind amung the miners. OVER 800 PUPILS NOW ATTEND- ING' SCHOOLS ON NORTH SIDE ..Taking Hie enrolment of the West- minster and Galnraith sunuuis as a and basing deductions from the same the young population ot North Letbbridge is going strong in the mat- ter of increase. The total enrolment in the West- minster and (lalbraill: schools Tor February this year is 537, as against 539 for February last year..This on paper looks a diminution two. The new, Separate school, St. Basil's, has an enrolment of 307, who the majority attended West- minster', and Galbraith last; year. This accordingly, shows a wonderful in-s crease in the nursery for tJfp'tuturq generation, such as would delight the ieart of Teddy- lioosevelfc. should he ever visit North I.ctJihcidgc; and sea Jie children at play, before the doors of "the "schools_ppeu. LETBffi GAVE UP FINE POSITION IN ENGLAND TO GO TO FIGHT Amongst .those reported missing at .the front is the brother of H. C. 'Mockiord, a well known resident of the north district, and the first to build a residence west or Thirteenth so many good-look- ing residences have sprung up on the four "Twelfth" streets, with their A, B. and C., the where Mockiord built, being the father of I them all. j -Mr.-jMockford's hrother fumishe example of that wonderful patriotism and sacrifice which has been a shining .feature orthV-.pres.ent time ol crisis j Tie gave up a; fcoriifortable and lucra- tive position las manager of' a branch factbr'jr''ot-itUiK "Oxo msnuiacron in the south dl England, to volunteer .for the war-. A on. foofc' for' .the .malgamatioriv of the trial Up ion and the Gar-; raent Workers of America. Efforts to establish' a' legal' d'epart- ient 'iJn connection with the -Ameri- c_ap Federation ot Lafoor may shortly be crowned with success. Get Your VEGETABLE From Us! We liavc a yariety-of' iiig.h class This is our Speciality. Also High Class GROCERIES Oriental Silks Fancy Goods i Toys F] uits and Candies. Ice Cream Parlor. BJN.TWO 320 13tli Street For Home Made And Coii- fefctionery We the 12; Once tried CAKES MADE TO ORDER: S. M. BROOKS GLOBE STORE 402 13th Street North, High Top Boots Oak Tanned ftolei AT GREATLY REDUCED OLD COUNTRY, 8HOEt REPAmi WHILE YOU 'WAlf; RUBBER HEELS. H. G. Kilner S1j 13th STREET NORTH, ;c2thbridge Tbc new building tot the Nortn I.etlihrihge Investment Co., Ltd., i! getting .under way, a stait on the Ipplings been' made. McKeinV'bi tuc ffillard W. C. TV D., loft'jo'r-tho coast. lor a o[ six'njonths 'pn account 6[ Jipr.ljealth. During her the district will charge of''Mrs. :A sad-eyed rn'a'n strinding yes- Icrday on the sidewalk gazing up an'd Idpwn'the length q! Thirteenth street liprth, and audibfy. He provccj to be the oldest inhabitant, and seeing the Herald representative expressed his leelings thus ''Thi? ought to be the finest roadway in 'IVpstern ii only past councils ha'd done their duty, and made use oi graiel mid Hint in the Belly, 1 beg pardon river bottom: This ought to have been done and the asplialt pi vine left undone" The Ilei'ald man assured :hiin that regret; were useless and advised his seeing the mayor and commissioners on the cpnsiderefliby lib'raEans a bad plan. So the city !a tiers jvin. shortly receive a, one-man depucacion on the grave 1 situation of (lie North Lethbndgc mam thorough fare Tales From the Trenches I The captain in a line regiment has sent relatives a deairipUon lit his firit experiences. He .writes 'We halted at length in a village, and mv company wai detached to take up a part of the front line ol trenchpa jtumlilea out of the little black villaeo into z ot HshJ ana papdemomum pof noUe The Ger man starlight allowed up the flat swampy (and ourseliei PROMINENT CANADIAN 8CUOKONS IN FI5ANCE DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR Look yeira younger! Uat Grand mother a of Sage Tea and Sulphur and nobody will know -Tlie'iiie of Saw and Sulphur for re- storing Met fnj hair to nature) color dates back, to grandmother a She keep hair, ly and (Hundapt Ml author took or gimked ap. tnUture waa ap. edect __ rf OiU''? NowadaVi by aiklnr at any drug for-a-mi ctBUbottle or aulphor Cow pound, you vlll M thlf fanoui old recipe1 which npoi to 'natore natunl color and beaut, toihBlr and "-J __known v dvwntom i hair aejiutuitmlly