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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 27, !9U THR LETHBRIDfiE DAILY IIKKALD PACE SEVEN' Auction Sale OF Sqwitr HwsebtU Furnitore. ON FRIDAY NEXT March 27th At 2 o'clock ihlrp at 210 9th ti, South end of Ovrrhexl Bridge S Boda.'Sprlngs and Mai- 10 Etozlc Springe anil Mat- IreMM Cociblution Dmwn 2 Tiblw 1 Square Extension Title I Small Table I round cproered Exteu- lion 4-leat 1 Uroyletl Table 1 Biby newly CO Dining Clulrs 1 (Ueajljr Peninsular CooUof Utcdsilt, Dishes, Silver- S Carpet Sguares 4 jijJr PorUers H pair Pillon-a Slice-to (cotton) 5 piir (naimelette) 9 Comforters 1C Bedipreafc (white) Wool Blankets H Window 1 Ouollne Stocti (2 uurteri) TIKMt NO RESERVE J. A. DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORT- ATION FACILITIES URGED BY 2000 ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Ottawa. March 20. tt'tcn parlia- mentarians awoke this inorolog ULCJ found I'urlianient Hill with delegates Irom erery municipality in old Untado. while tiuins from point were bringing more. It was es- timated at noon that theie were up- wards ol two thousand UIM if the big delegation, this tern; the U> o! its tied which has struck the i tal tor many a day. The had four things to bring to the at- tention ot the government. These 1. The- development ot an waterway from Montreal to ihc up- per lakes via the St. l.awrenccAVcll- and route, which they claim to Ii: "nature's OWQ route.'1 2. The auiioir.tincnt.of a commis- sion to'develop, operate, and cotitro' waterwar facilities other interests. 3. The concession to the Ontario ivdro-electric commission ol all the water not actually leased and stil available and obtainable in the Xi .gara district or on'the St. I.awr dice Miver in connection uith de- veloptncnU lor navieation and othc purposes. 4. The granting 61 a'federal sub- sid? ot per mile Urn-aid construction projected radial electric'lines to be fed lion the hydroelectric. MEN! Do You Advise Your Wives Regarding The MEAT QUESTION? Her work will be made easier and more pleasant and you will enjoy your meats better if she is given a chance to serve meats properly by being told where she can depend on always getting the choicest. YOU KNOW LtthbridgeV Induilry STOW opcnting and prepared to tupply dealers itJUi the new product IMPROVED CEREAL COFFEE Copal's Rye Coffee WITH FIQ8 delicious, nutritious, ud botlttitul. made from Rye, .Wheit ud Fin. like 'Java or 25c ptf of 114 .PMiridt i Can be bad from Grocers. Copal Co, .I Albirtt PUT OUT BECAUSE HON. MR. BOYLE WON'T ALLOW TEACHING 'OF DUAL LANGUAGES SHORT ORDER Prices -Lowered IAT WHEN YOU WANT-TO Af4D EAT YOU-WANT to auIL Any appetltt. lo'auit my >.ik (or our 25 cent Special 11.10'TO .2 6 TO 8 International Ctfe it> 81. S. Neit Hirilajrs OPEN DAY ANP 'Vacuum Cleaning clMned fta Ihft floor. Vifffi coavftntoat more acHMble Ihu havini then XTpholiier- ef Fiirniture. Olre ire'a Irlit >jid conylncfd. C.ftftnerc B. Tomplilns, Mjr. 7tll Ave. A S. Hulhenian paper published ID .Ednionton. is continuing Its attacks 'oh Ihc English institu- tions in this provjnce. In Us issue o! Match '10th It'Enters into a Icrag ar- gument the crux of u-hich is that the English here are usurpers of the In- .diou 'jnd-they have.made right might and thai if the Jtulhtniio peop'e wit! agitate loud enough Iher will get tho rish North Ainfrlca Act amended so as to in the schools special .concessions. They claitji that rfcognitionr'is ii tins denounce '.Goreramenl-i ahd." parlicularljr ht Departmenl. ot Education for the itind it JIM'-.taken'Vltti respect o the English. language, in public schools. Given below is a which IB. a fair sample ol the tiiti cesi contained In this article "Me. Is glad (.lit Aljitrta laws t not the leaching of the Rutbenuu'. Unguago n the- public His -happiness will soon, be rajed. Tho-School Or- dinance was eatahlishwl hetpre Mr. was Minister ol Education It has had so many amendments sir.ce that one can scarcely recognize it, i! this, though.the province .has tn. m existence only ten ywrs. Jlr. Boyle'ii not eternal, nor his Ordin- ance. That which people 'have "estab- lished can be- chanffd. -II the'British AmNifA Act changed so the Alberta laws changed, tke-y will change' them, wlien we iic- It and aro siiffifiently. ijoiverful. to make oiir demands ______________ Tho Tata foundry closed; temporar- ilr. New people may buy. ,H. We Buy The Best That Alberta Produces Always Stafford Block reet Then tell your Wives where they can be sure of getting Meats that are choice and fresh killed and that will have that tempting appearance and fragrant aroma-when placed on the table, This week we have killed more of the Highest Priced Beef Cattle and Mutton Ever Brought Into Lethbridge "that we purchased from the Experimental Farm last week. Although these cost top notch price, it costs you no more to have the best. Tel} your wives what you know about us. Store Phone 452 Office 1532 DELANYS LIMITED Rev. cy, Chicago EDMONTON ON GROUND IN CONNECTION WITH ENLARGEMENT OF AREA llaymond, Match 25.-V. R. Mc- that the lar.d is assessed twenty-fivoj percent, too Ingh and the law limits tho r.ito to eight mills and further j thai must educate the cliitdrcn, It- Imperative'to ,do something, j and it is decided to en-1 large district. It is not intcnffed j by ihc dcpAitincnt to work a liaid-i fliip OH any or.e there is good ieascm'VJiy they should not ie joined to' the district, Imt it- is also the! policy that everyone.should lielp pay Ihc school expenses. Chairman ami Mr, McBcyan: IviH visit the ranches north ol here1 today to icelinge tomorrow they will call on the peo-j pie living south. proposed lo ask frotn Htirling 'anil Provo dis- tricts the lariiJs that arc close in to! pital, ChicRgo; his sister IE a at Kdmontoo, arrived in town last nun, Irom heart failure. He be niglil'ami" immediately calleil togoih- leniembercd as' having delivered docu- j the school 'coarrt to consider the merits to tho Irish Iffder refuting, propnscd hbundaries of the Raymond ichool ar.d to rcsidentK ol Piggotl's charces. 1 Sir.ce the judge said town. II the department grants the concessions asked for, our dis- trict will stand on equal basis with other districts tenanting taxation. Although the new district will in- clude nbout lour.thousand acrw more Raymond Knisht's land, he is in Three Good Things in the Meat Line Potted Meats Pork Pies All Home Made We stake our-reputation on these lines and believe You Never Ate Any Better Try them Tomorrow WESTMINSTER MARKET Phone 1055 OK. A. A. McKINNON Popular Port Huron physician, who favor of IliD EChen-.e for it a-ilt lower 1 died sadrlenlv on the 10th of this the rate and encourage people to set- (month heart (allure, fie here. This sroms to be the senll- tucnt among most of the this vicinity. Auction Sale Of Household Furniture Monday Next, March 30th At 2 o'clock at 701 7th Street South (Corner 1 Cook nearly new 4 Iron with Springs 4 .Mattresses 3 Urge Dressers Mirrors 2 small Dressers with Mirrors 1 Commode 1 large Bitension Centre Table 'i Kitchen Tables 1 Inrgc up-to-date new 1 Medium Cabinet 10 Kitchen Cliairj 5 Kockers 1 Centre Table 3 Krc> t largo Axnriuitftf lug 3 small 1 Three-Leaf 5 pieces Lmolaum 1 Stair Carpet S Blinda I Folding Ciirtiin a dozen 3 Hens 1 White.RwX Cooking TJtenHU tat TERMS CASH. Must be sold as R. M. Owner. artiolw. nMr Ij town. J, A. The Late Angus McLeod Mcl.eod, a retired larmer, ajcd SI, who died on hi! birthday, Tuesday, at the home of his daugh- ter, Jits. W. W. Ttumbnll, W I.3JSJ Nora avenue, wns. a native of Cape Ilrtton, Nova Hcolia, and had n resident ol the Inlaml lOrapirc 20 He first farming Idaho, hut fn recent years had divided his time hetn-enj (he homes ol his. children, liesidts Sirs. TrumhuH he Is survived by a dniighte'r, Mrs. 10. I'. Atchison, ol Kcadrick, and two sons, John ol Vic- toria, H. and Daniel ol Calumet, Mich. The has Ijecn prepared lot iiiltrmfnt by Hie Xru- Kneluid Vn- dcrtaV.injr coinpony arid will he senl ttiTiight to Ktettlcr, Albeita, to laid that of (its wile. H to nccomiianiril ny Mrs. Atchison. Are You Particular About The Meats You Serve We Please Particular People. We Want Customers Who Care The Alberta Meat Market Ii. Conilry, Prop, If it's on the miirket we have if. Phone ;