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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PASS TEX TUB l.ETllBKinCJE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1911 Wake The Teapot Test Put "SALADA" TEA in a warm teapot-pour on freshly boiled water-let stand for five you will have the most delicious cup of tea you ever tasted. 1 HAS THE fUVOR! THE FRAGRANCE! THE DEUC10USNESS that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight. sealed lead packages ONLY. ill is Stains Delhu-d i U Tests I! thf .I'.iufjr.t ot business tr.insart- the ir.minsi ol the loc-at s jtiy cujf un ;re sulf the pub- may be said to j? jbiolu'e ftfOtiol" BLACK. ir KtXEB SIGN ALASKAN BILL TODAY LITERACY Washington. IXC. li.-Ar-j ra'jfeinenis were mado M ilu1 WiinejEiuch disc'jjifJ House today for Wilson 10 roioaiu iu ihi- liaructt sign Ibe Alaskan l-lll al 3 li.tu. AU-ra. j bill, when >s inamf t'Jrs of the Sruale and Huuse and for a.'tlcii. TbU Secretary for the' day b; of tbe bill, were j luiutv to be preiClit TEST PREVAILS MarcU Hie oi lac btr of the board as a ratcpayH, brouiibt np ir.r quotum ai to ther'or not r.e was kiillv entitled to a as bis coatrvtion with the lily cieajed a irajority of city em-1 on the board. The acl slates 11.31 local boards shall owsist o! the i mayor, medical health oiScw, oily engineer and three ratepayers. Mr. Ktlil's evident ion was that Ihf ma- jority ol city employees might MnJer' or influence the vote, but President iKilchie held that the position was j btla under appointment ol tlie coyn- hfdllhlcii( atj tDat .Mr. Ketd sat only as a helii vesteiday not as a cilj official. :u the cvLiu-il chamber, and although the report of the Medical Health Of- L.-fr lot the r.nrath nas not subrait- Kor'some tto.e. oast, the nuisance caused by paper blowing from IrumisiaUen ,wii everj iciiU'ation pointed to prar-1 attention ol tho board, and at to the Sea- freedom from ditease. There is iast a l-oranriUcc was ik-cidtU to-vearabillty :nid extreme moderation in confined to tills store for ItfUiuridst, anil 'qnly out of a kind In cacli Mae: SMARTEST JET HATS. STRAWS, WIRE SHAPES AND DOLLY SHORT EVERV- THING THAT IS CORRECT FOR THIS SEASON'S WEAR. BEAUTIFULLY TRIMMED IN SMARTEST EFFECTS AND SHOWN IN SPLENDID VARIETY.'. Glemvuotl Vlenirbod. March Tte Sprir.s Dffl.malic presented "Captain KackcU'' to a targe on the -nil. ere cealinually ajrjilHU S-3600, in c-ach foe Tbe !eA aad Ibe to. be one of tbe best presented in (jiemvood for some time. Messrs D. Hyde. 10. Morcau ar.d W. Coombs bave returaed to CarUiton eijsbt patients. The present building jafter a iveeX's missionary work in is to be used as an adminisuatioQ of-JGlenwcod. and will be conrected with the Mr 0[ Mounted Pnlit-e detachment at standoff, paid wootl a'visit'on tbe 2nd. cottages hy closed corridors. The monthly report o! SiTiitary ianil Plimiliini; Vallar.ce, as by the boarrt, is as follows Percentage ol marts awarded sanitary condition oi premises or l.tssrc oi Farm Pcliier [or j The plasterer is al uork on The building YOU SHOULD INOCULATE WHOLE OF CANADA WITH' TYPHOID VACCINE" sliKvin l-sishman ami otber Canadian notablss at The notcrt British army surgeon. Sir I eisbraan. bonorarv plivsician to the King, met a pumbcr'of Tcronto iloctcri and oOier well .ktioR-n peorie. In tto iiictureare sbown. from leJt to risht. Dr. Bruce.-Dr. Cavan. Col. Jones. Dr. Aikens, Si.- WDJ. Ur. au-l Sir William Mulock..for'iuer Poitinsster General Canada. WELCOME SPRING ARRIVALS Seldom has an entire aggregation of tailored suits been more elaborate, more essentially feminine and chic in general ten- dency than the new spring line of 1914. Our collection includes many suits of more or less simple design as well as a number of elaborate styles in new materials and trimmings with indi- viduality and no lack of good taste. Very exclus- ive with this store only. Our Guarantee with every suit or coat. Prices to suit everybody. Gradually to Chambers 'A: Son Wafson will be soou completed ar.d ready for occupancy. It will be another fine buildiug adued to tbe list of np-to-daie dv.elling houses in Glenwootl. Tbe'farmers Lire zetting ready, for Thomas and Elmer Slier- are bolb tbe of a new residence- iu HI solwood. SO I- The trustees of tiie public sell SO [have iiarchascd a large school 1 SOlauJ arejhaving tt iusiaiiuu'ints Tom Matin. Ihe labor lead' I 'A Korn.ier........... [Gordon 75 who bas been at the bead of many RESULTS CfF TKSTS FOR SEDI- i'strike moveraentE, will sail for South MEXT AND BUTTERPAT "Africa to organize n labor asitalion. Sediment Butterfat, __________________________ Per. I COT 1.0 Enright .....................Clem -3.8 Hygienic Dairv Co...; Medium 3.S] Cbainey i Gattrcll.... Fairly clean 3.6 1- Pclticr Fairly clean j Chambcis ..................Clean 3.5' i- Son Kairly clcaa'S.i'i .ethbridge 3.1 In. tbe report of the eipendituies 'or the month, is included tbe salar- ies of the Medical Health Officer the secretary oi tfce-board. A ne-w departure is in the reporting o! each month's eipenditurc scparait- News Boundary Creek, .Marcb A very Eiitceasfol dance was held in the school bouse given bv- J. and K. San- don. Voung people from I.eKvilt and Seddon were preseut. Mr. Scoonovev'fi son-in law, uife and four cbildi-cn have nrrived from tbe Slates. They intend up n hosnesleail in this vicinily. We bore they will find Alberta a 'good :iint prosperous voiintry" to live in. Frank returned home from several trip to tbe rancii east of Cardstoa, wliere he was! employed for his skill at ronin.; chos for Ihe sovernracnt test. Mrs. Sain .lessop returned home last vieek from Wasnington. vtlicro she lias been .visiting her uncle, Mr. Fidillert vvbo bad a verj- bad spell of heart 'failure but Is setting on nicely now. Xew. improvements have been com- r-cied on the school house, here. Hay Saudi-re bns beet encaged as violi.iUt al Ciirdston in tlie moving picture show. uutius sauLi-is and sister, .Miss Kila Sanders. left oir Monj'sy :for' Caldwell where they lofk in a very eujoy- able dance bold in tbe old school house, returning on Tuesday, Mrs. Earn Sanders and'baby have relumed to iheir home at Cardston. ero they have been residing for the winter. Mrs. Sanders' two sis- ters, the Misses Uc-ssett left last week for vIMt to friends in Montana, u-liero they sfend a few MAS discovered Ibis morning, bringing the total number ii-fTjiricii io tHer.iy-one. St. Mo., March 'lO'Jics were later this I morning, bringing the, total MirnbtT lecovf-reil to twenty-four. .Six lotllos are atlil bellied lo.lio In Uic ruins. For Bordered Bedroom Scrims Ab-oluK'ly wliito am) cr-ni. with colored ncnclllcj borric-ni, :ifi inehf.- wide. Kefnrar 'JO rind 7ftc 49c. SATUfiEAY Bungalow Nets In beautiful designs, strong. woven nets. S'i" "lilt. Whitn ar.d wvu colois: all 25c. SATURDAY Colored and. White Madras iiiill n n 1 Ail new Kick very 'lic'al. to