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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta youTs-today,. '"Every.boily is driving a Ford"-more than 200,00. Jn service, ^few prices-ninabout $675 .-Itouring. tsar'^JTSO-town car Jl.OOO-wj(h all eauipsnejit to. b; Walkerville, Out. Get particulars iTom GLENISTER & VIRTUE 't23e-Srd Avenue South, ' Lethbridge , Poi^poiiment of Sale i^On-apcount'o/Jtodays' Btorm. the auctioii tale of Farm Stock aad,-in:^Iement'3, to': be lieid at Wilaon didlos SUUion, has ba�n postpoa:J8d TJimt TBESDAY, MARCH IStll, 1913. F. F. iMLMMER & SON ��M�Wfe n. 502 LETHBftlDQE, ALTA. Saturday, Harclt 15, 1013 impossibly you''haw omitted^ Eastern Brand caps from your evepyday wardrobe because you thought all caps, looked just ordinary. But , you have yet to wear the cap with 'class.'' Just go today and try on the cap that will suit yoii best, but re-' member to look for this trade-mark. Yoii need a cap ten times where / you need a hat-^once. Biit yoii never found the right cap. You never will until you get one ^with this trade-mark inside.- ^ eastern Ibrand caps News Item: "2.30 a.m. Mr. Pugsley went on with quiet leisurely dignity, 0f\Fmnn Stock and Implements % . \ AT^ONE.O'OtOOK SHARP Cte 1^ March MO "AfMyVF�rm,1-a�n>ile north'of Experimental Farm; Section llj Town-/� iivr �hl|�(^, Range-a^ Following ao Head Work Heraee - - - ^ 10iHe�y-�f C�H;^2^>l�l swear: 11 Brood Sevye. \ ; :,,.,v,1;.:��jir,. " \,. 9 Sboais � ,: 1 John. Oeere Sulky I plow* with srr breaker bottom. 5?? �J!^14-Tn. SWalklna ;Br�8WPlow. i-: ;1. Bmmeitaon mower,Jnew laet POULTRY MEN AlE 1 Oe'erina. Moyver. 1 �ay Rake " i Set brag Harrows. 1 Set Cockehutt DIacs. f Hay Press. .1 New Ditcher. |*,Wa8ona and Demdbfat ;""1"l.ari3e F'iserites Incubator. ia'^Griatii ^Separators . -.TjioiigfeKold' Furriitiire, ftincludlng g# ^-t>I8if^a^-:p,atB��l:�Pah8,�. etc,- ,, I Sffv^riirttSete-'' Harnees,'' Forks, Shovels, etc.'. EVERYTHING ON^^^ i--bATt.n*A8'0P.'SMi.k-^Ml: muns of 910.00 and under caah.: All over that'amdtlpt^iJ^^ payaWe Ocfob>9r 1st, In- r�A. H.vKNWHT, OVWfSR PHONE RURAL 106 SOMETHING NECESSARY TO ATTRACT LARGER ATTENDANCE AT THE LOCAL ASSOCIATION kpEMPliOYMENT AliBBNTS, REAL;��VATE=lVlLh'''"8i'-8�uilh. Front Printers & Stationers- . At the meeting of the I-iethbridg� Poultry and Pet Stoclt association last night, an eifon was made to devise some meauB whereby tlie eritliusiasm and tntereat uBnally sho^of taking, advantage of this opportunity to secure foundation stock from which to build up herds. � ESxoursion rates on all railways',' single fare return, good going. April 1, 2 and S and returning up to tho 5th. � r-T-ffH' �M0RG1A Wires all down but five are known to:be dead 1 Pi � UCTIDN SALE high class' furniture -1-ON-- MONDAY, MARCH 17th 'V, At 1 30 at +1B 8th St. South,'next door to Morning News Office. ,V:J:tIv^%^^M^ ^fs. Mclennan, 1 will sell the -^��w|lec;^soIia''iRW, V''fiolld 'bai f^diiwrsi- a�d 2 ; ,�' Shairsr'upJioH'tei'eftv .^^^ seal 1 BriiBse'l Stair carpet - 2 Oriental ru'gS. 2 ets.,Oriental curtains. 2 s6ts .iifbttihgham Curtains. 4 'pair Ecru' Curtains 1 �iBrteBSfll square 8 yqIsss Shakespeare. Seyeral:,�a8y, ichairg. Hall JjajOk... Atlanta, Ga., March 14.-Five known dead, at least a score of injured, and ' thousands of dollars'losa, today marked the path of . the severe storm which swept the section Just east of.! the city last night.,; The storm cut I a path about a hundred' yards wide, and extended through* boundary. I Today the devasated section is entii-e-ly out off from wire oommunication,. and later reports, it is feared, will swell the list of casualties.' The dead: WiUianst Banks, and his child, Ciarkston; Mrs. Sallle Nash and son, Tucker; unidentified 'negro, j Tucker. i - The injured: Esna Thomas, Tucker; two Thomas children, one fatally j| Paul Thomas, Tucker; Mrs. H. L;, Wlng^ Sylviater; O, .W, Makbut, Syl-1 vlster, ; .Relief was sent from here yesterday. Ger matiy a use only prown 'Hjsdr'chairs ^ 'v:>^ 1 Set of Encyoiopedlas ; 1 4-pieoe silver tea service and , ':\v(4^-'-'!;;;;.,':':t';'-'':'^ � . "'/.V'' Quantity, of intald'llniDleum, -i -'t jfvik^B snrl-nes Kitchen ,tables; kitchen chairs.; I-'V' Kitchen utens,ls. 1^ \ warming closet, t'^^'^iii'Ml^tilfTk fu'rulture and'shmiUl appeal to ^very ;^^|hM.8*'C/CsH - ' W.,L. W'LSON, Auctioneer. Sunlight grows the hops, but Sjpoils the brew, s Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass givei best protection against'light. - - - . , >� in England and Germany the brewers won'tus^ light - glass bottles.,   v ' ^ " Beer should not be exposed to the lightj especially ), direct sunlight/as it wUl thereby be detriirieiitally;a^^ fected, the light having an influence upon the albumin^ oids in the beer, causing the latter to-become hazy,", f says no less a person than Philip PreesbacK, the. eminent; German expert and scientist in the Wahi-Henius Institute of Fermentology. ^ .� ' We have adopted eV,eE^;;ij|ea^>ej?ery, irira . could make for the purity .of.i;$x3TOtz#eeri  Our beer was first'bfeiyedilh/ia hut. 'Now;our agencies dot the earth. '&dptiMp.Vkt;CXfr'?Gds amillibn - ' barrels.a year. . .,-.�',�'.:.'v,::,/-,r...::r:i;- Telephone No. ^go . y...J.,.,U-, - � -1-'- ' ' Spirit Co., , Uhltiz.:. � LethbridRC, Alta., Canada ;*V, PHONE 1Q2i5, THE latest PICTURE OF THE ILL'-FATED, CARTAIN .ROBERT SCOTT, TAKEN with HIS-BOUNCING BABY-It Is said,that'thlfl^ picture la �the model for a wonderiql piece of sculpture work to b^^toegua swn by a well-known artist and upon completion to bo placed in-.the/L^lcester Cathedra^ ' " , . mas 4 830960 ;