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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN m UETHBRIOOB The Dallas Hotel It the Beat and Moat Convfli*-lant Plaa* � lUy Makes Hard Work Easy! DUSTING, cleaning and polijKing hftrd^roofl floors is hard, back-hrealc-ing work. An almoat never cndinR task and aeldom satiofactory th� old �way. But il is easy, quick and Mtiifactory th(? nTKat it v.ow tiki?* yoti nlmocC half a day Vou simply p*)i� tlie 0-C�l.^r Polith ^!op ovrr tK(� floor asiiX evco* p�,rt'cle ol dutt and dirt iff tuca up AQcl hdd. Theficorit sivcn a Uhrd. durable. Ustias poli�h en J fiaitK. h al�o u�ed for Hie dustine �nd cl�antac of the'topfl of high fumtture. between the banl&tera of the stair* and is �o raaao that you can get to the for comer undsr the bed. beneath the radiator and other hoid-to-gel-at-pUceii, Satofutiaa Caaruteej tr K�irr RcfaaiM Try an CXCcdar Poli�h Mop for ^two daya at our risk. Te�t it CTcry way for two daya and it you are not delighted with it we tWll promptly rehmd yt)ur icoaey C. W. GRAY 310 5th Street South Phone 761 SAVES^YOU^ MONEY M.k�ItE�ytoCU�Tlu-H�d.tG�t^^PUc� SPRING PLANTING EVERYBODY IS THINKING OF IT, AND SOON EVERYBODY WILL BE "DOIN' IT" And while "doin' it." don'l forget that it is just as easy to plant reliable Trees. Shi-ubs and Flowers, as the other kind. WE HAVE NONE OF THE OTHER KIND Ours are all reliable, and guaranteed gi-own riglit at Coaldale. Tvithln ten miles of you. Apply D. S. Coles, Alexandra Hotel, or at the Xureeries. The A. Mitchell Nursery Co. Lacombe and Coaldale, Alta. Head Office, Coaldale, Alta. REGULAR AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIOQE FEED AND SALE BARN SATURDAY, MARCH 28 AT 2 P. M. HORSES, MARES AND OTHER ARTICLES TO BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. PHONE 1552. J. A. SMITH-Auctioneer. Auction Sale Of Household Furniture ON Monday Next, March 30th 2 O'clock at "01 TtU Street South (Corner 5th Areni At 2 1 Cook Range, ueerly new 4 Iron Bedsteads wlOi Springs 1 Mattresses 2 large Dreasers with Jlirrors 2 amaU Dreesers with Mirrors 1 Commode 1 large Extension Table 1 Centre Table 3 Kitchen Tables 1 large up-to-date new Cabinet a Medium Cabinet 10 Kitchen Chairs 3 Rockers 1 Centre Table TERJIS CASH. Jfust be R. M. RAMEY-Owner. Avenue.) 3 large Carpets I large Axminafcer Rug a small Rugs 1 Threo-Leaf Screen '> pieces Linoleum. 1 Stair Carpet S Window Blinds 1 FoldlDg Curtain dozen Sealers 3 Hens 1 Wlaite Hock Rooster. Cooking Utensil* and other articles. sold as owner is leaving town. J. A. SMITH-Auctioneer. Anofciier Drop in Prices of Fruit for This Week-End Fine Kipo Biumuas. Dclioious Culitorniu trrapc Fruit., Sweet Juicy .'^iiukis! Oranuvs-. oood Cooking and Eating Apples, all at remarkably low prices I'or Friday and Saturday ol' tliis week. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS BANANAS-Fine largo fruit, a special larRO sliip- niont arriving tor tlie week end sale. In fiiio coiuiition for imm |iouuds for.....25c GOOD EATING APPLES-4 pouuds for......25c SUNKIST LEMONS-Per dozen ............30c, SPOKANE VALLEY BRAND APPLES-Ijy the case, the very choicest apples to be had. Price per case ................................$2.50 Other fresh goods .for Saturday are: House Lettuce. Celery, Cauliflower gus. Parsley, etc. REGULAR PRICES ON GROCERIES. GRANULATED SUGAR-20 pounds for----$1.15 NEW LAID EGGS-Per dozen ...............25c FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER-Magrath or Wild Rose Brands, 2 pounds for ................75c SWIFT'S PURE LARD->3 pound pails, each 50c SWIFT'S PURE LARD-3 pound palU, eaeli 75c SWIFT'S PURE LARD-to pound pails.....$1.50 HARVEST BRAND TOMATOES-Absolutely the finest tomatoes we hare ever handled, three-pound sanltarj' tins, 3 for.................40c CEYLON TEA-Our own blend, a� fine as any ,-,0c tea. in packages. Price, a pouuds for $1.00 COFFEE-Our own blend of Java and Mocha, freslily roasted, whole or freshly ground; per pound ..................................40c Try a pound of our Tea or Coffee. Eipe Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Hot s, Oreeu Onions, Kadishes, Aspara- Office: THE GOOD CO. pj- rhonelZ/l HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES \M3ATHER Lethbrjdge, clear .... Edmonton, clear .. .. Calgary, fair...... Medicine Hat, cloudy. Battleford, clear.. .. Prince Albert, clear.. Swift Current, snow.. Moose Jaw cloudy ... Regina, cloudy...... Qu'.Appelle, cloudy ... Minnedosa.'' cloudy ... Winnipeg, cloudy.. ., Port Arthur, fair.. Kamloops......... Nelson............ Penticton ..   .   � Grand Forks .... .. Forecast All Weat-Fair and today and on Friday. Max 3 6 16 8 0 5 4 0 18 16 36 26 36 44 34 Min. - 6  .21 -12 -18 .02 - 2 .04 -13 -22 - 2 .OS -10 .10 -16 -16 .30 - 4 .04 2 .04 0 .30 12 29 .30 21 24 .36 deciiediy cold CITY AND DISTRICT Carpet Bali Game' The members of the .Moose Carpet Ball team will play the C.O.F. in the K. of P. hall tonight. Railway Ofifcial A. M. Xye, travelling passenger agent of the New York Central lines, with headquarters at Snokane, Is til the city on regular business. Mr. Hooker Will Speak Arthur Hooker, secretarj- of the International Irrigation Congress, which meets in Calgary in September, will speak at the smoker on Friday. Mr. Rankin Coming Mr. Dennis and Mr. Hcoker will be accompanied to LetUbrldge on Friday by Mr. Norman S. Rankin, secretary of the Western Canada irirgation convention. Of Interest to Farmers Forniahleliyde (Guaranteed-full strength) Strychnine (Pure and easily dissolved) Gopliercide Mlckleson's KUl-em-Qulck I Capital Eatimatea Conaldered i The capital eatimates for the year came up again this morning at an adjourned meeting of the council, but there was some difficulty over the amount provided for the grading of streets, part of 'which work has already heen done unler bylaw IB. Only a small amount will be needed to complete this work, and when this is determined the estimates will be passed. YOU KNOW the reputation Southern Alberta has gained for growing the BEST Wheat. You Ought to Know that only the choicest of this wheat is ground into OUK BEST ELOUR. Good wheat, carefully selected and carefully milled, assuring j-^ou the highest satisfaction on Baking Day. Ask for "OUR BEST' ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Friday and Saturday SPECIAL SALE Lethbridge Hand-Dipped Chocolates 40c-PER POUND-40c ALSO CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY W. SHAW 414 13th St. North. Donaldson's Old Stand. A St. Thomas delegation waited on later of Labor with a request for new the Minister of Militia and the Min-1 armories in the city. Our prices on above will be of interest to all farmers. Call and see ns before pur-chasini. The Red Cross Drag and Book Co�� Ltd. ran*  Aquatic Concart Tonight , 1. Irving; violin solo, Mr E. F. Lay- The following fine programme will con; presentation of cups and medals; bo rendered at the annual meeUng ^"^^ ""^^^ Freeman; orcbestral and concert of the Aauatic aasocia- selection. Misses A.rd and Tracy and tion in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium to-, ^'essrs. fccolt and C^ Aird; negro jjj. i monologue, .Mr. Cory Baer; solo, Mr. Piano solo, Mrs. Gertrude Bailey; ! ^^'^e'"- flo-^fi^s I^orothy Young, chairman's address; reading, Mr. .A.,�o'i "''^ ^^'"S. Well Known Traveltep J. R. McMullen, representing the! Royal Crown soaps, of Winnipeg, is' iu the city. Mr. McMullen is the ola-est traveller in Western Canada, and was once with a Lethbridge firm. Irish Footballers All Irishmen interested in 'ootball are reminded of the bis organization meeting tonigiit in Wesley hall at eight o'clock, when steps will be taken to form a club to participate in the City league matches this .spring and summer. THE BEST DEED YOU CAN OWN is the one to a good piece of real estate. Here's your opportunity : 2 lots, Duff Addition (9th St.) for $325.00 each, cash, or 2 lots facing east, Duff Addition (10th St.) for $3S0.00 each, on terms. AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED -THE- Dowslei-MullierD land Co. Bharieck ButldlnB, Phona 544 The doors open at S o'clock and the concert ^rill commence at 8.S0. Interesting Lecture Ur. Morton L, Rose, who wtll lecture tomorrow evening in th Chrlst-iai c' urch (Caledonia-^ hall) on "The World's Greatest Wreatlln Match." ]is a f reu' orator, and thi lecture is said to bf one of his best. Butte papers liail words of the very highest praise for lectures delivered by liini there recently. BOYS Any boy anxious to oarn money can secure a position witli us. Good pay, fjasy hours. .^Iso prizes-everytliing from tops to Shetland pcuy outfits. The work is easy and need not interfere '.lith other duties. Apply to J. G. Robertson & Co., Bo.\ K, Lethbridge, Alta., Can. Advt. Vacuum Cleaning Ca,Tp6ts cleaned on the floor. More convenient and more reasonable than liaving them beat. Also Mattresses and Upholstered Furniture. Give us a ti-ial and bo convinced. Lethbi'ldge Vacuum Cleaners U. Tompkins, Mgr. Phono 1743. 312 7th Ave, A S. City Appoints Fiscal Agents Agioeraents were signed ye.'?tcrday afterncon oy tlie council apnointing the Dominion Securities Corpora(!ou or Toronto and the W'. A. Mackenzie Co., joint fisc.'il agents for the city. The papers are liU binding in any way. and may ;,e lermmaied on short noti'-o. They eimply give these jigentK the first chance to bid on bonds issued b;' the citv. which bids may bo accepted or refused. Rub It In! pREME V/VELVA The wind makes no difference to your complexion if you keep a bottle handy. Delightfully fragrant, non-greasy. A sample bottle for the asking. 25 Cents." J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Lti The J^QOtaSZ Store TELEPHONE NO. tU Citizens To Prove It Just to prove that Lethbridge-Made Chocolates are as good as any other confectionery made and brought into the city we are offering for Friday and Saturday Only Reg. 60c per. lb. Lethbridge-Made Chocolates Assorted Creams and Hard Centers at W 9 THE FIRST DELIVERY OF Spring Goods WILL BE ON SHOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 27 and 28 MISS E. W FILMER HULL BLOCK. BUSINESS LOCALS HtUcrest Coal-the host steam coal on the market. We ship to any poini in Southern Alberta. Becker & Yates, Lethbridge, Phone 13S1. 8:i-0 Grand dance on Thursday next in Burgman's Hall, 13th St. N., from 9 to 2. Gents $1.00; ladiea free. Be-froshmeut�. Everybody welcome. 80-4 Don't fall to hoar the Toronto la.-dies' Quartette, Wesley Hall, Monday evening next. Tickets .^Oc, on sale at the following drug stores: Kenny & AUin, Jackson & Co., People's Drug Co. 88-3 \V'lii.�.t Drive. Tlie C.nnpaniona of the ForeBt will hold a Whist brlte in. St. Mary's Parish Hall on Friday, the H7th at 8 o'cloc; \jtA\m 2Sc, Vi-'X 40c Per Lb. Here is a chcmce for every citizen to try out one 0^ LMhbridge's newest industries. Everybody should eat Leth-bridge-Made Candy this week. --YOU GET IT AT--- KILUEN'S ^sJS; ;