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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBttlPQE DAILY HERALD Page 5 E AST E:R N awAWb: CAPS wear this CA^ t you have , Doughttho V best. It means more than y^u'd think, for cafsli ;that?t fise common-made never look' otherwise. ' - ' � ''v.''' , Lots of occasions; .wneii a cap is thiB'ti^ht thing to wear, when a hat just doesn't seem^ tb fill the bill, somehow. Eastern Brand caps give that air of distinction that ordinary caps just f�^ll short of. ^ Theylookwell on you, because ' they are: made really/^/i/i Look for the Eastern Brand trade-mark. That's the main thing! , 8 FARMER COMPLAINS THAT BUSINESS MEN DO NOT ASSIST IN THE PROPAGANDA RAYMOND SPARKLJETS 19.-The H-erstld Square' entertalnera were>',l!t , . the Alt^^.Theatre tonlghC . The ,entei- Bpectviand everyone-piresent thoroughly enjoyed the programme. The re: �pfraBentebJon oS tljet JUjtle Oternran. band wa* extremely funny, and brought down the house. : i The Alta Theatre ditchestra:i8'aiiatc|J Ing a marlc for Itself, 'and 'fie m'an-ji ; ; "Bger, W��ley MoMuilin, Is to be iut' wish .'him., success ia: .>l.iaiV^^^d,^f labor. ^^V,^;^ -^^^ , ,Dance'at^the Knight Academy The Freshman class of the ,JCnight1 - .-(AcademrareiglVlngiadance^^^^ 10, JilfiS.'at the Aksademy "gymnasium, ..v:;;;.'iUlre/'ahdft;tlie:.gentleiBen; wlft draw for partners, paying':a^flftyrOents V i'lentrajjoe; fee;; aiid. an' additional ffee �of fiffeen cents for the chance to 'dra\^.a partner'for the evening. The  jfliftee^riroentft paid for the^lady/B boji^t '[Will eniitle the holder of the same to t^ree ffifreshaientB, which* wil be serv-spjp �sledViSlnM.^ . >....... K'y- v..;.V � The'"'Knlgh't Academy students are yii*?tit;*M8griteiwlth':^'Th*?;Peniiaiit;'(^ ' '.Ipg 'gone ovei'';in" sleighs,'*;^'notwithi^- AtudenjB -are^lpyaa' ti> their" school,' aiid; ^acS^'felf breeze; �Ct, 16: beWw" In order 'to a�prin,-%lMn| fUnds-for A^p; 'ad;em?,irrauphsgrlt wULone, day.^'laridj :ithffla.Ijn;hVliytlageB,^Whbr^^ ionqr-yijp s; 'IS. r;,orown*;:them'4ari%.wlie^^ '�i:;'i^i^llli^hee^'iS^ � " �,ih'e/aohool,'''boya 'ftiidjVrtsi whlfe, t^e^ The tailor who rfeo^'ntljlijtook up his abpde in Baymfpndirj^to'okjsli^fc ihe first day,; and qult.,tWtowny The 'Raymond vdlltri the future. Born to the wife of Mr. ,R. D. Skin-kle, a son, on March 19. Bath are doing nicely. ' , Born, to the wife' of Mr.^Marlln All-lived, -a daughter,'on.Tuesday,," March '18. . . '  Mrs.- B..,Hapkfi.r, .Qardeton, is-Via' Itlng her daughter-in-law Mra, , Jost .'^M'^I&rlcer,'wio*^ her parents, Mr. 'and Mi%..Jolin-;Wal."; i-Mrs; .!Jo8eph"Hiirker?^;:Jbaby?i bas'-heen very lU with'.pne.unjonia........-; -- Miss VEdith ijBoyfloE v has returned from>'>Magrath,'.. where'^'she'v has ibeen TOltl^g- 'wItli.^ari,fer,6th>e;,-and famiy,.' ;Mr>,.J.-i^M. Bo^SOn, K^jid hVlw Jjias. beep V^iy III. '�"'^l^T. iC,'A.' .ChrlBtehflon. has- Just arrived from' Utah, where,he has been mostyof-the -winter, yisjn'ngi-wlth his? relatives aild friends,-/ He, alao.weni;; in '.search of a.nejf home! He reports that the'grass, was green and spring opened wh'en hedeft the'south. ^ "The P9rinaht,"'''a''(JoSii>op[^a was,' presented,at Magrattelaisfee-irening by, a number of r the' student^ of the Knight' Academy, , { ' -, DR^' ROCHE li;k^?^^^''Ms.if>1 TAL. Rochester,Minn.*,.j .Maroli.'J.'3J,r-Dr. 'Roqhe-'-wafl released, ^omJ.^tt iwary's ^os^it'al,'today.':: "Thayer and' Gordon: I'.vThr^e-ii'Montreal'i^^^ been convicted'of'atte^iptln'^ to mur-�"der,an��thor Celeetlai:'" ' /X';, > Editor, The Lethbridge Herald: air,-^T see by your paper you ai'e tfidvooatlRg mixed farming, i flliouldi like to say a few words on this mat-iter. Most of the farmers ia this dis-'triot are going in for anixed farming in. a small way. There are three .stores in this neighborhood that could have taken in exchange for goods,. abouVBOOlbs. of butter and BOO doz. -eggs per \veek nearly all winter, but .theyj claim, and I believe coii'tjctly, tha;'. th0 wholesale dealers in X/eth-bridge retuaed either to take butter or.,eggs,, although they have 'been shipping liutter and eggs Into Lethbridge all winter. Now, what 1 would like.'to know Is: What benefit that-proposed cold storage plant in L6th-bridgd 'would be to the farmers of this district? as it seems to me that they", only want the cold'storage plant, so they, can store their shlpiments from foreign countries. What benefit' Is 'mixed :farn:ing to the farmers of this district,.'when: they have to pay cash and cannot dispose of their produce? I also-know of two farmers who took hogs to town this, month: > one took hogs t,o Bow Island; he got 9 cents iper pound for them; the other man-took his hogs to Warner; he was offered 9 cents peir pound, but he brought them back. Now, there must be something wrong ^vlth the wholesale business in- Lethbridge, as- there is a petition In our district tiow for the farmers to sign to have a cold storage -aifd packing plant built In Lethbridge. , It seems tliat the business, men. ot Lethbridge 'wish us to help them, yet: they- refuse to help us 'by taking pur prdduce. They say they, cannot^ handle It without a cold storage plant, yet how do they man-ago to handle itbosei carload lots that they f lehlp from foreign countries? This Is what seems very queer to me. I should like, to see an explanation in your paper. Thanking you in an-tic3pa:tl9ni Yours sinceroly,. Altbrad^. Alta.,-:; . A FARMER, England Honors Explbi'er's Memory , ^ London, March 20.-The Livingstone, oent^ary wai ,.;C6lebra(;ed in parts of the country yesterday At a meraorial'serylce at - Westminster, the iexplorer's .only isurvl-vtag 'daughter-Mrs. Uvingston'e^WIlson, placed .a floral tribu'te -on- his grave. ^ ; The Archbishop of Canterbury in^ ;th�, evaning.i.pre sided'at, a;'celebration i iiii- th�.'Alb6rt^;Hallfc^'^He said :Living-? stono-m|de the very fibres of^the na-, tlon tlnglo with hte quiet heroispi. ',"Sir Edmund',. Johnstone,,Teferring..',to: the fact that Llvingstotfe was for ; years : in the's service .of the foreign' office..iwhlchfijubllshed: very- littlet a month's notice* as, �at',pfesent.'.."., W 404 Fifth Street South COME TO THE 404 Fifth Street South For Your Spring Suit And you will get the finest suit of clothes you ever put on. It is not easy to make men realize that we can give them better value for $20 than they will get elsewhere for $30 and more. But once they buy a suit or an overcoat from us they come back time after time. High Quality Fabrics Scotland is noted for its suitings-the highest quality in the world- and it is to Scotland we go to get the wonderful asswDrtment of fabrics-worsteds, tweeds, serges, cheviots-that you will find only in the Scotland Woolen Mills stores. FOR ANY SUITING OR MRCOATING IN THE STORE MADETOYOUR MEASURE Place Your Orders Now Do not 'rush us too much on your spring suit, ' We' give quicker servicejthan.any other custom .tailor in the city, but we advise youho get measured today-if, possible-early next week at the latest. It givei|' a good chance to make good on your spring siiit. f Madl^^to Your Measure ,V^e,cannot,im^^ it upon,you too.forcibly that the^ . suit you buy from us is cut out and made to your ;'nriyidual^^m^surements' in the mbst- highly orgari-. ized'workshbiJs of their kind in Canada. Not Beady Made � We do not offer you a suit *cut oiit with a hiiridrea > others by maphinery^and patched up to fit you. Evei-y. L suit is ^tampe^^^^^^^ and it look^^lil^e it-very different, clothes offered--by houses which iiiiitate us in price and skimp on the workmanshipHofdo'it. _______to thf^noili^ You will be proud of ypur Scotland ,Woolen;Mnis suit We are making suits fbr-m'efl-in-eyefyjlinefof bu^ess, through our branches ' Edmcmton and inches at Regnia, Saskyoon; CalOT't edmonton |f REGINA-, -SAStCATCiJON, , CAUGAay . 4a4|EIETH 'STREET 'SOUTH^ -^'f^'fi^'-'^A. aTcliphoi^es'. IJBfia '�' BtASEATl '^i'lHANGE. CHEAP-NOW ' ,Ney^ York, MaToh ' 20.-A. seat on llie.StocJc Exchange,has tbeen sold for ?'41,boO, wliich. is tli� -lo-west price yet In the present deqlining m9Yement. Tb6,4aat Rrice -scas at', $45,000,; 'iThe price of yestprd^y^'^asHSe-lpwest r'lgOQ, when a'aeat*waa-BO]d for 'Is-^uiiderstoQd that, sevs^ral ipioirf jj-'ara/on 'the-' m'tirlfat!>'' Brokers fiofittins 'd?wn'-'''expNBiiBeB|aif| jap-brahciifofflces.-(& an ,'entlrp, atiMBQe t^/md^.tlie, puhilc iimaHli�g't|| rit'eft*'f'BxoesBlvelyt 'dull, ^and' re-ti nc'm 11 Is t' fi vvoi J i'j;jOJdon nil] t' p ten lO'ii dcilor- \ 11 incioab-t 6 to 7'Conts a quart Xh^familyt2reRieibrir'4 , f i ^^J?! being. th�' only  proviiw" in the T i mtoton,^aiat/doe�,/poit? recognise East frl^lkq�,d(ay/^^'J|@|, "^^'f ''i^t^'.^k'- i;e8olution,.was',|'� sF'd b tho S Nations 'Indian ;oou,ii 11 in approe al tl6n,6fitlio'^mpa,ihyJi\icnilfa b tL� Duke'.of Cbnpajigfit In - 'wltti the leath of^'*�ulinP Jounson m 41 18852721 4 ;