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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAUCH 19, 1911 PAGE FIVE BIG STOCK REDUCING For the Next 30 Tomorrow, Friday, March 20th, we offer our stock of Harness and Horse Furnishings We are determined to unload the stock of Harness and Horse Furnishings at prices that 'will compel you to buy. Don't hesitate to see this stock. Mr. HORSEMAN! that the best investment you ever made is the Harness end of your business This Is A Genuine Sale Everything At Cost Buy Now and Save Money Special Farm Harness Bridles 1'incs 7s, Traces full length with Heel Chain, Concord Bolt, names, Pads. Martingales and Polo Straps, price less Collar........522.00 With good'Collar Special Work Harness Bridles Concord Bolt Haines, good broad Bads.. IIM Iiill longfli Trace with IIccl Chain or Buckle, ihrcc'ring Brocchiiijr, Martingales, Polo Straps and Sirups, price less S36.QO With hcsj; Leather Collars We have two Cromc, Icnthcr I'atcd Collars thai we are jtoing (o clear Worth every cepi- of So.OO. Buggy Harness, regular to clear at. Any horseman contemplating buying second-hand harness should see our line of harness ALBERTA SADDllRY CO., LIMITED 3O6, 5th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE ON WITNESS STAND Man.; March liagel teat into the witness-.box this raarnlng for the case of Iho defence in' the- charges against. himself and Holm WeEtlakc, of alleged comnllcilj- 5n the escape from custody- of .Tack Jlagcl denied absolute- thai ho hsrt had anything what- ever to do with arid declared that Ihe' story told by JoW Buiton was untrue. liagel is being cross-examined by the. Crown -nrcaeculor this aiiernoori. It is understood that Wesllakc will also tako the stand in his on'n de- fence. PMIIO THE 'I'iic. Anti-Tango bill was thrown out by the Legislative .Committee on Social Welfare. COMMISSIONER T8ACY TALKS TO .COMMISSIONERS ABOUT A POLICY ONTARIO WOMAN'S FORTUNE Freed From That Weak, Lan- guid, Tired Feel- by Lydia E. Pink- Compound. too Minfy of your medicine. When my ap- jetitc is poor I IAVC thftt weik, lan ruid, always tired feeling, 1 bot- tleof Pink- ism's Vegetable Compound, and it builds me up, gives me strength, and re- stores me to perfect health ngein. It is truly a blessing to women, and I cftnnot peak highly enough of it. I take pleas- are in recommending it to Mrt. ANNIE CAMERON, Thesulon, Ont Women who arc suffering from thc-so (Hstreising ills peculiar to Iheir sex (hould nol lose sight of tliese facts or iloolit Ihc abilily of Lydia E. i'inkhnin's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. Thcrt are probably hundreds of tho-j- millions of In the That the city commissioners taking Hie very broadest view progiam oi develppraciil during Uieir regime, was sVidcnccd Wednesday morning, they listened atten- tively to Ihc remarts made by Com- missioner Tracy, raaJe at Iheir re gained .b> him. at': of muriicipali ties-h'e'ld :In' Unlga'ty last week. Mr. Tracy gave lliem-a very con ic'.can'to create an "interest in the or so miles ol t'erri- ory Adjacent'to" Ihe --a 'iew to making settlement more ]ier- naixht anh''casH', so that llic-'vava'nt may be settled as soon "as pos- sible. Mr. Tracy-mentioned the work of Ihe commissioners oi the province, anrt. hinted that- they would organize amalgamate to bring about a change' ior the belter, in'the matter ol "freight rales. ILWc cannot expect cucouiagcn'icnt irk industrial advance- said he, "so long as the rates on Taw material are as high a's those on Ihc manufactured article." MOUNTAIN PRISONERS TORONTO. .LOAN. GOES. POORLY March Canadian ssociated Preis understands' that 8l' per, cent of the Toronto Power loaiv'h'as Vith teb'uaJer- ESCAPE YOU CAN'T AFFORD To Have Graj' Ilair YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE TOO GREAT AN ASSET TO LOSE "A woman. is 'as old as she looks'1 and nothing will make her look old so surely or so qiilckly as gray hair. It is iioEsiblc for any to prevent her' hair turning: gray or lo restore her gray hair to all its former 'SWEET' VALLEY -NEVIS Sweet Valley, Alta., 'March MlEs Lewis of Granum. Alia., is vis- iting at Alired Lewis' home. Mr. George Sbi'rley'and family mov. ed last week Inlo'LelabiidEe. Mr. and Mrs. Will Galligar are mov. ing en lo Iheir place for a while. Mr. Charier- has taken over Sweel Valley mail at Travers', in Origin's building They' also bo'.igbt. Ihe Siiir- ley ft Bright stock of goods, and Mrs. Charter is running tho store at Tra- vers'. Mr. Heggly, from near LJowville, moved a. small building in for FOREMOST NEWS Foremost, Alia., -March- Fuller ol Dow Island purchased an-. other carload of hogs last week. Mrl Led Grady made a business trip lo Warner and Lelhbridge last week. During his absence Mr. Joseph Reid helped in the store. F. Werner of Warner spent a few days in town last week-. Mr. L. H. Grady of "Warner spent a few days with his son Leo last week. -Mr. R S. Howe visited1'.in- Hurdelt this week. Mr. J.' Cl. Robertson is busily, en- 'Uiidtng an addition on to hi- move a. sma ung n r m addition tiiacksmltli Any: We will have quite. ir.erchanijise store." Slony.Mountain. Two prisoners at the Stony Mountain beauty. Hays Hair Health will do it. It is not a dyn. H accomplishes its results quickly, surely, easily and at the same penitentiary, whose release was EliniulaiW and invigorates the In July and.August respectively, .and .h.-iir at liberty for a short time, following [dandruff. roots. It removes cise idea of the value oi taking the liio buehcs. surrounding country into conside'ta- lion, when dealing with anything Ihit would promote the welfare ..of the city. "We 'canr.ot' have industiies m our western cities without consum- said lie, "and our cities can- not outgrow the surrounding country and We cannot have the con- sumer until we have a contented rur- al population, and the oily .way we can get a satisfied people is to jive them the comforts and benefits that should be included as a.heritage. Con- ditions in the we-sl have been invert- ed long enough, ar.u we must rome to a realizalion that progress in the country districts 'must- he. in advance of urban development before lasting progress can be made in the eilies.1' Mr. 'I'racy poinlccl out a few of tlic advantages of the rural .municipali- ties. They give the people the right of self, govcrnnienl, r.nd in the case uf hail insurar.ee.Ijiake the speculator pay for the protection of the develop cr and producer. They combine Ihe single lav anil dirct-l tegislalion lo jusl ihc right decree lo promote gen- eral provide a solution their escape from the custody of their guards, 'Whiie working in the gravel pits, the two venturesome ones, .eluded their armed guards and mado-off in 1o al the problems of rurhl life.. The 1 accounted ior Hie lack of iii- the south, lo norancc of tlie hentfils lo be derived ,U! that is necessary lo the tstab are sure'L-uoufcU of 'its rcs-ulta lo say that we will refund your raoney If it fails after "a 51.00, COc, 25c. Get it al our store. Sold acd recommended by J. D. lllgtn- botliam fc Co..- Limited, Druggists, Lethbridse, Alberta. Advl AUCTION SALE OF' Horses and Machinery AT JOHNSON HA.VCI1 MILK SOUTH OF WARNER Thursday, March 26th AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP United Stales who have been benefited tjstnnfnl ol these organizations, Is in by Ihis ftmoua old remedy, which was on tlic parl-'ot residents, an: produced from roots and herbn over 30 initiative has no years hy woman to relieve wo- Roes lo Show that iguor inM'smfforir.g. If you Mnfnecil wch. medicine, why don't you try it? js u., If joi Kiint sneeia! idrlce nrllcfa It.roufh Mr. Tracy's; oflice lo tlo all K, PlnVknm Medicine (confl- in (is pov.er tn promote Hie estaU- ilcullal) f.j-nu, Mass. Vnur Idler nlll lisiuncnt of niu.iicipallHrs in llir dis- ed, aiHKcrnl fir a Mr. Tr.iry, working iinif held In alrlcl coiilWtnfo. nic of trade, will du cvriytliiiiitl 1 7 Double-Disk- Monitor C Tooth Harrows. HORSES 1 Hegislered I'erchcron Siallioi1! 10 years old, weight 13M1 "'id 1COO lo 1400 Ibs. IS'tieari rnrm fiolr'irig'f, wbiglit' 1000 lo >MO Ibs. 1 iieavy Saddle Horse. 1 llulit Si-lillc HOMO. MACHINERY 1 Ilnrl Pnrr Traction Engine. l-'j Kngino (Jang I'low. 1 MxaG Nichols H Slicpaid orator. 2 Snb-Kurf.ice 10 Disk Ifnrrowf. J McConuIck IlindorP. 4 Minder Hitches tor Knglnc. 2 Ilusglcs, 1 new. s-jnw of or nmlcr cash. Ovrr ?10 lime will bo given for S monlhs on good bauVablo iiarcr wllh Interest ul RIOHT RESERVED TO SELL AT PRIVATE SALE. 2 Democrat Wagons. 2 Took-Cars. 8 Hay Rackf. j Sulky 1'lowf. 2 Fanning Mills. 1 Water Tank. 1 Oil Tank. 2 liay Hakes. '-I Farm' V.'agons, compute. 5 Wagon Gears. Grain Tankn. 1 Masscy Harris Cultivator, 22 uf Work Harness. 2 I Mollno (Jang riows, 1 lihcksmilli Outfit. 2 Kitchen Ranges. 2 Healing Stoves. 1 Sewing Machine. .FARM TOOLS Furnllure, Bedding, Cooking Oter.Bils, etc., etc. a town yet before Ihc lots are sold. Mr. Little has" bought the Georgo Shirley hotnestoadj and will move on right away. There will bo a dillice al Ocean Wave on March 20. Dr. WoodcoeKs attended the Turley baby again last week, as lie is f.till 11 a very bad conditiou- Mrs Will Turlcyand baby have re- lumed from Saskatchewan. A Doaid of Trade meeting was held on Monday last. Thero was 'a. large attendance and lots of business was carried out. A special commit- tee was elected to take care of.the First of Juiy celebration. W. Gibson', of Telephone company at LouJoii, was bannuetted on his dcparlure for Monl- real. RAYMOND CELEBRATED ST. PATRICK'S -'DAY Raymond, Alta, March.' mond celebrated SI. Patrick's Day wilh a grand ball in Ihe Opera House. Green was conspicuous throughout Ihe day in honor of the son .of Erin. It is co-incident that the Relief So- ciety of the Mormon church .ivas or- ganized .on Ihe 17th of March in tlie year 1S40, and on each anniversary of the day tf.e society gives a. feast and programme. This year tho. lad- ies mel.in their regular meeting, and afterwards a cohioint session at the second ward. Fruits, candy, and popcorn served.'and the ing programme rendered: Etirly rem- iniscences by Palmer; secretary Scovill read the minutes of the first Relief Society; toasts, D. S. .Young, "The Ladles o! tho Relief sons by Mrs. Allen and Mrs. King; instrumental music, Mrs. A. Erick- son; reading, Mrs. Tanner; recitation, Mrs. Bacon. At Welling tho celebration took the, form of a general assembly'of all the people of the district, and dinner was served to everybody. T DOMINION MEAT MARKET New Laid 25cPerDoz. Phone 1654 Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. S, ;