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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best n Day in Alberti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBR1OGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Molt Unt to Makes Hard Work Easy! C. W. GRAY 310 5th Street Scuth Phone 761 THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY MinKEujI Interesting Lecture Get a case of Apples now, while you can get good ones at a low price Spukiiiii'-Vallov lu'iiml. vnry lint-si nil rc-paokcd anil avu muiriinuH'tl soniul. You will IK- delighted willi a i-iist'.J'rit'O, case OiluT In-itiitlu. ht'si qualiiy, all anil giiimuitml sound. All lYire pt-r No. 2 a Hit If smaller but no had ones amongst ilipni, and air a tiai-jjaiii ill what art1 oflVring- llifin at. I Vice par ease. Or live puuii'is Siiuki-M Oraiiiios. Jim- mt'iliuni sixo. por Suiikist Oranges, lartcvr sizi1.1' dozen for......'............-15u Sjift-iai jH'ift- ]Hir or hall' THE GOOD rnone 11 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 YOU KNOW flic i'opntalion Southern At- Ttii has gained for growing WEATHER DON'T MIES THIS LECTURE OF DR. MORTON L. ROSE Friday March 27th AT CHURCH, 51S 7th St South. Dr. ItOic- -is .an miimato friend of Mr. and Mrs. r. S. Farrow, having bail: ifce Fajiorate of ihe Christian Church at Oregon, of whica Mr. ,Mid Mrs. Farro'.v were members for fix Tbey fcnow him to he 09-2 of the Elruaytst cen in ths brotherhood. His .work las bfea in the cities oi tlie V, S. from ibe Atlantic to the PadGc. Don't this jextlire. Subject: "The World's Greatest Wrestling Match" Admission 25 cents i Max. Mln. Lethbridge cloudy 10 5 Canary, cloudy...... 10 Medicine Hat, fair Grand Forts....... Albert, cloudy. wift Current, cloudy, ilcose Jaw, snowing.. ileglca, cloudy...... yiiDncdoEs. cloudy IV Inn IE er, cloudy Port Arthur. ?nov.1ng. Kamlootjs, cloudy.. Nelsou............ tit lias fallen Saskatchewan and Alberta, and tem- peratures have been much in. each province, from 2 10 C below zero being recorded. Forecast Northerly winds; vtry cold today and Thursday: tight local snowfalls SPRING PLANTING EVEKYBODVIS'THiXKING OF IT, AND SOON EVERYBODY WILL BE "DOIN" IT" :Aml while '-Moiii' il." don't Torjicl Iliril i[ is jusl us csisy to plnnl reliiililc 'I'leos. Shrubs liiid-Flowers, ;is tlie othtr kiiul. WE HAVE NONE OF THE OTHER KIND Oui-s arc all reliable, snd guaranteed srovn light at Con.ldalc-. ivithin inilei of you. Apply s. Alexandra Hotel, or at .tlie Xurseries. CITY AND DISTRICT Trades and Labar' Council The Tradea and Labor Council wil' mefcl lomorovv ulebt at S-o'clock. St. Cyprian's Lenten Services Tho usual Wednesday ser vice vriil lie bold at "Cyprian's Church tonlglit at S o'clock, Hev. Canon McMiltr.ii Hviil Tirearli. 'There will foe a" celebration of Holy. Cora- munioa at 7.15 a.ia. tomorrow morn- inc. The A. Mitchdi Nursery Co. .Head OfficB, Coaldatc, Alta. Demonstrates .Meter II. F. Uoraii. reiires-enting. the Xep- iune Meier Co. of New York, waited on iho I'itv Coiincihthis morning to demonstrate tic working- of, his wa- ter meter. Tins is understood, supplies ever rer cent, of the meters in in tlie cities of. the Un- ited States. Lscombt ar.d Coaldale. Alta. Art Needlework and Embroidery t-essani arranged at moderate charges at MESSRS. BAWDEH EROS HULL BLOCK HOURS: 10 to 1; ito n' MISS E, W. FILMER Work to Start April. 1 It is expected that section and ex- tra gane work on (he C.P.H. "will com- mence in ihia district about April 1. on at k-aEt five hundred men will uc nnt to C'onFtruction work will not be piarted until llic. first or the middle of May. Of Interest to Farmers Foriiiuhlehyde (Guiirauteed full Strychnine (Pure and easily dissolved) Goplici'ciilc Micklescn's'Kili-em-Quick Our above vrill to of interest to all Call and see us before pur- chasing. L; The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, -.CITY AND I I DISTRICT White Gtovcs for Maglstarte Another clean slate was regislered at tlie city police court this moi'iil Poundkeeper for Chin District S.- Sho'ver, poundkeeiicr ol Chib, was n visitor tbo cSty yester- day" Edmonton Hotelman F. A. Feyarcnuk. iiroprietor of tho St. Petersburg hotel in Edmonton, is registered at the Lelbbridge. Newspaptrmen1 to Montana W. ;W. Ctieely and Ue Craves of the Calgary Albert an staff, passed through" tho city yesterday, en route lo points In Montana. band added much to the success of oll Dr abou1 the add Mr. Jarvis' solo Sv'as siarted this morni also very effective. Visitors From Nearby icwr.s S. Cope of C. J. Webb of Ccaldale. H. S. A. U.Hopr Sims of Foremost. F. J.- Morri- son anil F.. U. Diiutan of Uaytoo, Fcr.-y Jones nnu J. I'. Trtloenn tSiirlir.B and Husli Ross ot SutlieM. j were visitors in tJie city during tlie past tn-o days. Rub It In pREME V'VELVA The Kimi njakes no differ- ence to your coraplesion if you keep a bolUe Deligritfiiliy-- fragrant, 'non- thu BEST AYlioul. You Ought to Know ibat only the choicest of this' wheat is ground into OUJl VLOliR. Good wheat, carefully solcoied ami milled, assuring yon the highest satisfaction on linking Day. Ask for "OUR BEST" ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. The Most Convenient of all Small Investments The SlanJanl Hank or Canada accepts deposits 'upwards. A passbook showing Hie amount oi vour balance will bo you when you make the flrBt deposit. You liavo a llauk Account, to you may add or from which you may vvilMriuv 'at any time. Interest is paltl on all Lalauccs twice a SCKT. Capital and Reserve...................S Asscls over The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1873 Lethljridgc Branch, 815 13th Sd'cei North G. F. Bletcher, Manager. Calgary Horseman Vfsits. W. d. promtaent stock man of Ualgary.-was a visitor city yesterday and today. Mr. Pars low was, the official starter- at the races ,heve last-fnU. -A Splendid Time t The 'meeting. at the Fifth avenui Bar list'-'church last night was on1 full .of enthusiasm anil spiritual er.' The address by Mr. Edward V35 a masterpiece of instruction, per and -'Invitation. Ills appeu was direct aria touching.' The selec- tions rendered by the Salvation I OE ales. Seccle, an Assyrian it Jnnunry was OF CANADA ON TRIAL FOR MURDER OF .SYRIAN PEDLAR! Portace la Prairie, Jlnrch 25. Thn liearing of Charlie Fulfoid and Ernest Webb, alias Fells of Edrans! ciiargcd vitu the greasy. 25 Gents. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. til rted trate Jlarshall. 'Tlitre ing beforo Magis- tetwcen thirty and forty tvitaesses to be call- .WANT THE ST. LAWRENCE MADE AN OCEAN WATERWAY Toronto, Ont.. .March depu- tation, numbering two thousand, from western Ontario, will wait Iho Premier and Ms (.-ahinct at Ottawa tomorrow to urge uoon the govern- ment Iho necessity of immediately going on with tiio of the St. Lawrence lllvtr to make an occaa (vaterivay. WILL -BE SCHOOL HELD IN OALBRAITH ON FRIDAY EVEN. ING NEXT REDMOND, H.P. llroth'.r of .lolm, tl.e'Xz- [ior.alist Iiadcr fc-lhc Ho'iar., o Is at travelling ii tlip of tlie contracts for the street rallv.'ay uniforms ins p.nsen ns a o: The Herald's i-ubllsiieil re- jort of tho at Cour.- cil whfre the awards ivore made. The lie-raid is In receipt of a k-ttcr slating that McKtlvic' and Me- jy THE BEST DEED YOU CAN OWN is the one to ft of Uere1? 2 lots, Dull Addition (3th St.) fdr caE'n, or 2 lota facing Duff Addl- tlcn (lOlh St.) hr eich, on Ierm3. AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED THE- land Co, Shtrlo-.k Buildlr.g, Phono Lelhbridge's Latest Industry Nt.y- and rl lo tv-jth the UrlPROVEn CEREAL COFFEE CopaVs Rye Coifee WITH FIGS I'nre, fl'iJIcio-jH. initi nnil Mi-Jc dor.i Kyi-. VVIieal and 'faiths a-j.J looks Uk'; Jfivn or Coifcc. 25t pjr Pa'.kago of W2 Pojnis Caji bu had ficni all Copal, K'apsch Co. MANUFACTURERS, UthbrMOf Albtrlj C. O. F. Mctting The o' the Ian Order of Foresters win be held in the K. of P. hnll on Thursday, March 25, at S p.m. After the resiilar rou- tine of a match game of will' be played between I Order of Moose and tlie j IJuiro were not tbo IffA'est bidders (.Of- Tho start about tendering on llio uniforms, and con- boost your team. r.lndin? uttll the words: "Wi1 _Z______. IB tondnred by the Brigade Had Run firms, to Conlradkt J.'OLr local lire brigade had a call 1 "Uilcrncnt of last niglit, yesterday 10 the store of lliO. Pslacc land nl.'o to prove to ratepayers clothing Co., but tlie alarm wag sent the Ina-csl t'onOt-r dl.I not ic- hcforc a real flarao developed, lllff; t" sne the "''UiftKnt The following program will he ren- dered at Ihe Westminster school con- cert on Friday evening: J'.UiT 1. Canada." "So was -Join Smith. Springtime Vocal i were a Uose' G. Ham. Motion and Blue- Oradc I. Violin P. ilatsbn. Dramatic U.ijs uf King (iradc IV. and V. Motion Doll's l.uiia by, (M Soldier Piano through the V. (ilanvillc. Marseillaise." I'ART 11. am lihein." Snsll Drill-Girls tirade V. Oratorical Klratti- (j. McMeckin An 1'. Matsijii. Jitn- my Kingston. Clitls' you li'.ir my (Irade. VI. Cadet Uril'l. Hliythtnic Kscroisc, VIII. IVfSfntation of for A. -Hamilton. I.nng Save the King." Tlie concert, Mill liclrl In Ualhraith school auditorium will lie the contract in Itii? tasc." arc P.S. follows: .'anies S. Kosc, ?-0. {21.59. MrKt-lvie ft McCilire, ?-0. f JI.50. n. C., T. C. lihlpalli (to Im inade in Lelh- J brldsci. j Tliacll K Do3d. ?2'.' 'tr.ii-le In I.eth-1 f.-a. Serai-fle.tdy. jS'r, with 12! [.f-r leni. dlato'ir.t. I'rom theai- ffgnrea It sill he seen that prices "v-ero tendered with sam- ples of the different cloths, based on tv.o tiualily of each, The bid n'. McKclvi': 4. McUuirn v.ts on of '.'onllrtls- Ite'.d, I there was no difficulty in Elopnlng headway, (irrhall. N'o. mm High Cost of Uving Low Cost of Insurance Midst all tie increasing cost of living there'J one thing '.hat hasn't the cost of Imperial Life pel ides. In fact, an Imperial policy to-day requires no greater annual investment than a similar policy taken at a correspond ing age a dozen years And the (act fliat the dividends (o po'.icyhoWers in The hr.pcrin! Life have shown a increase every yeat since Company's inception mates this invest- ir.ent more attractive r.ov; than eve: before. A copy .will be cent lo you ficc if yo-o ask for it. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilkit, District Muagtr, hthirifce Ttj fct In tvtkyta'Jtrt almoil hur ci truth At At laljlfjtjtty altallttf tlvfiutttl tiullilltd tm Canad9 In tzit Jo ytart. presided over ly dr. K. U. snn, and will commrncc sharp at 8 On the return lo. the N-p scats will be reserved lor chemical lost ft wheel 0, ljckcl, ,nai rounding the comer o( Fillh street and ThirJ avenue. Vacuum Cleaning clepneil on Hie floor. More convenient ami more rea- sonable having thctn bent. Also JIattreases ami Ufiholater- eJ Furniture'. Give us a trial and be convinced. Lethbrldge Vacuum cieanerJ C. Tornpkhis, 1' 1743. Aie. A 3. Save Ibis program for reference. BUSINESS LOCALS Hlitcrcai best slcam coal on [lie niarkct. We ship lo any polni In Southern Alberta. liechcr l.cllibrldse. Plrrae SJ-0 Grand'dance on Thtirnday next In Hurgmfln'a Hall, 13th SL N.. from 9 to J. Uenls larlles free. He- frcshtneiiti. Everybody welcome. Don't (nil hesr tlio Toronto In- dies' Cjuarlclie, Wesley Hall, Monday evening next. Tlckeis 60c, on sale at the folloivlnif drug slores: Kenny Allln, Jackson Co., People's Ih-ug Co. OF CANADA Of 3 Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in Ihe names of two persons, !s that if one dies the family funds are not tied up Just when they are likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw the money without delay or formality. Think It open a joint Account. GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHERIDOE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Mjnagtr G. R. TINNING, Manager ;