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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIRIBGE DAILY HERALD Mkkes Home: B^l^g Easy. , ,,^ , ^-^.u etatsd.on a tickat of leave so. as to Lean and P. B; Carvellvboth and Mr. Bureau,; of Three Kiyers,' gravely j;iquired, when ;the West Indies' bill would fln^Uy;. come ilp for third reading. ' ' , _ �'In due course," ,re'plied jHon:' Mr, White briefiy. _ , Hon Rodolphc Leraieux inq,uired i , i. 1 J 4.V, +T� �.'J^PS^'^''-'Pg "i-he reporl .thattKe marine ht^''LSef S'ol^eVw^l^ S ;S1rtpe"rll? 'itT^'l ^t?:^^^^T5LerV. minister Of ^^^r'"^ ----- permit him to discharge the duties of his oflioe, _ ' Mr. IIoKcn citpla'ined that the appointment was a petty one) to which thndry had been named upoh' the ra-Bommendation of Mr. GiUiei, the ^ 'Oonsarvatlve candidate for Richmond' justice, said the ticket of leave had. befen issued vipon representations as lo'ifLandry's j;bysical condition, - and �juthout knowleijge upon the part o! the"' 'justice departtnont. i\a)x. T. W. White, minister of finance, who .was acting niimstcr of jusiiqe when'Landry, wss relcised, ac- CONCERT OF THE SEASON ' AT HARDIEVJilLE SCHOOL On-Monday, March 3Ul, the "Excelsior Male Voice" Choir" 'Will" give a grand concert''In the Hardieville r^IcSe o7 ll^^r^in^rft; -J-^. ^-^'^^-^ �vW^by Br. Thom> jjnattcr, Ruiifthere ;was.n-o coIUisiori'. �, B.'' M.. MapDonald raised the point o}(3J)Tder;^that� ,the irt}i)ister.- couId;^tft| accuse a'metqhec of lack of siflperityw Spq�^Ker Sproule, ruled" that" fjlic BOiafcE of yorder; was :welL.'taken/anJl"^ ,' White withdrew the expression 4 At''.{l:30 Ijhe house 'divi'dad--on - fspESfCCATEI?;. iablea. pie , Lots of d�iin|y''ney'dishes m our n ESCOTT' S^fifiiRtABUm BepreBentptlveB";for Manitoba;;: Cranbrook, B.C., March 26.-The Easter festival was observed by all tlbie churches in the usual manner, �with e.xceptlonal attention paid to the musical portions. Large congPe gallons were in evidence at all places of worship. �A hranch office of the B.C. Forest branch; (Lands Department) has been opened in Cranbrook, and located In the government building, under the control ol Mr. J. D. Gilmann, with a-fully qualified staff of assistants. It is und'eTStood that a chain of lookout stations 'will be established In the district as a'part of the government scheme for checking the depredations of forest fires. The importance of this work cannot be overestimated, the timber forms one of tho^most valuable assets of (the province. i,f The banks and public; offices were cloiied on Gtood Friday and on Eaater Monday. , ,J. T. Cummisby, inspector of Indian agencies,: has Just completed his usual, inspection of. the Indian Re-awves and . Institutions in southeast Kootenay, and was partloulal'ly Impressed with the excellent work, carried the, new-school;at,the St.; Bugene' Mission, under-the'control of the Oblate Fathers. He considers'it thei best Indian school in the- prov-' ince. A special feature is made of �manual instruction, and the - building: erected by the Federal government at a cost of ?BO,000 is. equipped in ev-?ery respect for the, purpose intended., . The fli;e alarm, luat^ after, midnight on Monday, gave the brigade a,run-to .aLhouse: on Garden avenue, .wliere.Its prompt;arrival was the means of sup^ pressing a small outbreak caused, by: the upsetting of a stove. ; � A danoe is always popular in Gran-brook, and this week, the lovers oi: the pastime are well catered for," .On-'Monday night: thej Charity, Wall in aid of the funds of the:St. Bufene HOepttal took placeat the Auditorjum and .was well patronized, and should, result in: a substantial addition to the)' funds of that institution. : : The Edison orchestra provided the ms^slc, and refreshments were'served by a committee of lacHes. Last night was the occasion of the. Benefit Ball,, organized by -the Over-seaa Club,, jolntly^wlth the. B.R.C.A , in aid of the^ dependents'of a member who recently lost his life as a result of an accident. - A large company was present/andt the arrangements "of the* committee, with Louis Pearron^ .^^as Bforetary,' were perfect In every-de.: tail. The Bdison orchestra wer^ ag ain to the fore, and as usual gav^ of their everybody's -satisfaction: In this combination;.of. pla.yers; I'Gran-iibrook is: fortunate .in.pOBsesaiiiiB^ an; orohpstra . ofs especial m erit. The, alterations iti the way of improvements made by the ' Baldwin Br'othWs;since.they assumedvthe; pro.] prletorship.ot'the^ Auditorium ii'tV^re' much appreciated at both balls, ^ ' F*red C. Simpson was the guest^ of honor at a social in the'K, 'of P. hall, given by the local lodge of Oddfeliowa: :&s8isted, by.'lhei'Maple Leaf Rebekahs.v The guest la a provincial grand of.;; fleer of the order,'and was' much grat^i Ified. by'the,; progress and good, work of the local 'brethren. ' During.'his several: years. residence. In. Cranbrbokj a'S proprietor of'the Oranbrook ,Herald, Mr. Simpson was a promi'nent pember, and although now resident in> Victoria, he hdsv,not lost his Interj| eBt:lnolooai::happening8.B' Vv," .^i^" "'^ BOUGHT LANDS A. J. Lepas, Man., March 26. - S. J. Jackson, inspector of Indirm airencies, arrived in town on Saturday and called a meotimg of the members of Lepas Reserve, and discussed with them the advisability of surrendering for use by the department of railways and'canals for i?l�e purpose of the terminals of the Hudson's Day railway, certain lands now within the town limits or joiniuu .same at tho south. Am acreage of forty-three an'd one-third acres and a piece of the re-maiinlng portion of the reserve south of the town containing 88 and or,e-si.TCteenth acres, were .'iuiiremlered m consideration of the sum of $42,375, one ciuarter of which sum will be paid on the next treaty day next July. Mr. Jackson paid the inembers of the bank $5000 yesterday and $80 today on account. An agreement was also receipted for the surrendering to the government of five hundred and forty acres east, of the C.N.R., and land so obtained for terminals which will be retained for iurthcr use in the same connection. The land purchased for terbimals is situated within four blocks of the C.N.R. station along the company's right-of-way. It is surmised that this portion of the C.N.R.. line and grounds would be purchased by the department of railways and canals and that a iinion depot will be located where the present C. R. station is located. s AS EVERYONE EXPECTED ITWASA THOSE MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP LIGHTS IN ENGLAND WERE HEAT BALOONS � � �   �. � ? $15,000 FOR PUBLICITY � ^ s.^ JI If, ,--^--7-. � Medicine H[at, 'Alta.; M^rcfi' all. our eiperie^oe,fWJth?iaiir'' touoa the One that has doiie moiit/to ' gain .our' confidence/is, R$xaU/' 83 ". , Hair Toniq. ,-We-havet^uoh* \fi!ll- ' founded faith in ifr. tiiat^'we want you to'tiy-jt at.our>i9k.' If it does , 'i . not, satisfy'you ,in eyery^pwtiouisr, we,*wiUi,pay for What you use to' tha ' extent of a^30 day treatmem. j If Rexall *03V'Hait,.,Tonio'-does . . not remove dandruff,, relieve soalp � ! irritation, stop the hair' fio'm falling 1 and promote a new growth'of hair, come back to us and ask us to return ' the money you paid for it," and we will promptly hand it back to you. 'You don't si^ anything, promiae any-: thing, :k;mgttnythiilB;ba morita of th6-tiitag8Vwe>BeUr CUB-: ''�toin^stellusof theicBucoess.^' vTliere -t'- preparation we'sell."' ^'. ' � ^ Start a Veatment of Rexall 93"' :' , Hahr'.Tonio today. ,If yon doi wo believe you will thank - You can buy Eexall^'tOS" Hair Tonio Granuni, March 26. - &ranum is having its full share of stir this iiast week or two and especially is there an added zest to Uie,v,since the political fever is again beginning to burn within the breasts of her sons. Both; Liberals and Conservatives arc up and doing, eager, for the fray. Oh Friday lastj pron^oters o� hoth'part-ies attended'their-respective conventions in Claresholm. The Gonsorva-' tivos �on their return, joylnlliy - announced the facf? that "Dt; Dan" had again received the Conservative nom-' ination for this district. Liberals join; j in congratulating, both Dr. McMillan, and the constituency on: this clioice, at the same time re-resolvmg to do most heroic battle tor .their, own party. Graniim herself is proud that one of her" own sons is thus publicly recognized. ' Jumbo Valley and Rooky, Coulee' farmers a^e hard at work' getting ev-;^ erything- in.,readiness to be out on the soil as-soon as the gro'und is fit, In fact,. sdm.e ;of: them were out be-; fore this ,sDow-:-came. Still-' they ar0 not losing: time,; as the number of. farmers' meetings testify .Rooky Gou-" lee's : farmers,, meeting :^ and concert was: followed by one of. a' similar na4 ture at Jumbo Valley on the 19th. 'v Miss McBaitti G-raniim's. popular prt mary teacher, left Thursday last for Midnapore to spend :'.� 'Easier, "with'; friends there. From there she will; go to .Edmonton to attend the Provincial Teachers' association in.-session in thail; city this week. On Saturday," the 32nd, a very in-terestnig iameeting; was .held here un^. der the auspices of-the U. P. A. Mrsff ;.J..vM'..;;Maldrew/;:principalvof Red Deert 'Ladies'- GoUegc, jaddresscid the farmers, their wives,and daughters, on, ..''Improving .tJhe^.H benefit, thaf ofganiaation would be to' the women was clearly dcmon-istrated. ,Mrs,.,.iBrowni.a local spea.k-�er, in-a good humored sarcasm, com-�pared. the. splenjdi; the far-^ ,mer 'had to work'-wlth,-' to the poor faoflitles he^-providcd for his ~ wife- thts:uKi|oh'r'io.j:t)ie' hiscomfiture of.'the, men.,-Mr. Wdodhfi'dge, generil secretary of �the U. V. A., then followed "in otiicr'phases'.of'home and farm life. The meeting'Vas most insttuc-tiye, and; enjpyablo";Ahroughout.:, a :; One of the soMal events of the week was tlie "Sock Social" given m' the: Presby terian ichuccii. on ^.Thursday evr cning by the Ladies', Aid. There was a tull'house-rso, of course, a good leceipt. of socks in consequence. A splendid program was carried out, cons.isting: of. varioy_S:.;Oontests, .liiusi cal number's, arid readings, ending up wfth an pld'/ashiOrted'spelling match,' in. iwhiohiiburi^'tyQjci/hytrfjfjriendi V.M Hutchins hold the^. floor. Lunch -was ';seryqdK,and'i*tho,!;];DCBiptsi;,wore 'J.'fb to bor$48 95'''JSo'm\ioh more wiped off'the. church'debt'! > " ',' 'see Mt.-r'.Butcher.'-a ^formep pripolp^l of;GrapufliPuhlic school, ,in towtf^forgi �ttw-'Baattelft' VAcdtioiirjTAll * ,wet;e �glad to re�e"W acquaintances .with him. jffld' ,)VJsh .Jym'fgcfpd .luclt' In, bis? pres^iit,por.-' sjiiqn?��?ay'w^s, very:;'quiet^hera,'' motJi^U 'Sf.'sno^v.'.fpV tVat sea^61i-'!-^he' "Little chicks are soon roasted" Every cocoa manufacSturer mu^t remember tlus^ liomely proverb or Ke'Il scorch his reputation as "Well as his flavor. ' Cocoa beans vary in size. If roa^d togethSc^ the small beans vrouid bum by the time the large | ones -were brought to the right flavor. 'To insure' ' a perfedt, uniform! roa^,,^die small and imperfedtj ' beans are removed. Variations in weatherrfertilizer8,~pickers employed and a hundred and one other things, all influence the quality of the cocoa beans. Wo therefore teft isach shipment of beans-for flavor.') Only stricft ^andards in buying, blending and roaming can insure the unmatched flavor,that Mr. Lowney insifts on. You invariably find in Lo^wn^'s a full, excfuisittf^ richness to be had in no other cocoa. Sold by grocers*!. In tins-10c to 50c sizea.^ ]&Wjis.fs Cocoa, I The Walter M. LoWney{ Canada. Lunited. Moateeil Alberta Branch, Cadogan Block, Calgary ISM meeting of that, sootion- ol ;Granunv Presbyterian congregation;' 'After the ordinary business was :tr�)nsacted the question of how best to arrau'se.. lot services at both Jumbo /Valley and Rociiy .Coulee :Avas brought .up;;' The. matter 1 of building;�a"''church.,''iwaB.* again considered, and after a-thorough discussion the, feeling oE , thd' 'meeting seomed, to be that a-'Ch'nrch could be built and work shpuldfbeibe-. gun as soon as questions of .location, etc., could be'' settled, i'For .thespres-. ent it was decided to hold'the services .alternately a-L bhe^e points, thus bringing about: a'-temporary)-uns ion, which it is hoped will he haade permanent by the erection'- of,-, the church. News From 12-18 A very pleasant surprise party was given Miss Ella Cook ot. Lethbridge at the home of Mr and Mrs J. Gilbert on Friday evenlngf. . As a: token:ot, esteem she was presented wilji 'a beautiful set.of. knives:and:forks;from; her friends she. made 'While .teaching in Rolling Green two years ago: J. Burke, railroad contractor,' who is wintering on; D; BurHs'j:;farm>;, had the misfortune of loosing om\o't his best muies........ ..........'� � � ....... ..... A large number -from'herevattedd-; ed the St. Patrick'dance at~ ^tlie\ Ores'-�cent;''for the benefit:; ofi;On;.orgatt:lund^^ and  proved the /most- .swcoesafuli and enjoyable danoe of the seas,on. -There Wasa" danceat'iBruntoa Bam:;on,-',tiie sanie"njght,' whioh-.prov.ed'.equallyjip; enjoyable, biit-hot * near tts'^^, lafge,-a? crowd. ,:,,, ,.......,.....,,,,l.,r,.V,,, The last of a series of liteyary meet; Ings'held alternately'at* HoUinf^Gfeeu,' and Lone Star,, during the'wlritejr/'waS largely attended , last Wddneaday,.....'' good program -was rendered to;^ether^ ^, with a mock, trial which provedWery-v ', interesting and the }unon served'-wili'' not he forgotten , Leo. Striker, brotjier of Mrs. V.^andJ t. G. 'Lockhart, who has been here slnW last fall, returned to' his h'o'nie''"in>%^ North "Dakota, . ,C Miss Ingster of Barons' Alta.; isxi' spending her'vacation in this dlstrlot^^-;!! :the::-guest: of Mrs,''J::-;Heaaoh'';and;'#i6*^ Reuner. ' . --.'^-'-vfl ;-The, ladles?;';aiiiim^Xyiitm-Mrii'fiXi&l^r' Wright, last "V^ednesday with^a'good?4''i ; attendance.. The jrf6Xt'taeeliiig.S*ffl^^^^ held with Mrs. Ira Rice on Aprll,'2no' i:;.vMiss;;Nellle;p8rTy5?'ihe;'popnigi|i^ ling Green teacher, spent Easter will her, parents'.:ihv,Lethb'rldgei',k*LIia^I ' Mrs. V. Lockhart'and childrenrwhc spent the winter -with ^'her^^'par?ia^ ia Dakota, arrived home lastl-^eefif iBen Popkes left for Stavelyi.f.^1' on important business, and expeita; be-'gone-,a Veek.,, Mr. A. Rollins, we are glad'f^tpP B0ift>;'l8.';able::>t6(,;h^ei"arpua'd;faga'lnia; being conflned-'to the houB�'';'tOTti we^ks.--:-V;''7,r-;;''---':':^^^^ ;Columbus,.'Ohio, 'Maroi\. '2J.i-i(:P ernoi;r;Go;t'nod^y:';'188U6dJ:^^ tion declaring, a holiday 4n,-alM tricts flooded 'in  OllloVfdtv'tfilS*'' "tien days. .This was done,4o':.4''' neBptiabl6it'paper';thats,≶hi?!i)l ject to presentation./,;. /, '* The Shipped to Ecim'o'^lsn, 1^ , sheep'"'soJd;tQ;the';|wU^ the,]3xiperinjen,tarFti'rm;"^^ere to\JEdmonton � this "aitinioofe �vyere'part,6t!the stook'^l^epji Ing, experiments, .',an'd">aUhS--�weighed ups,"']nl,nlce 'shape^^f gains  have'^'hotVyet ,)i^lngJ 16 4481 29 14 58 ;