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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The.Dallas Hotel It Moit Convw- Unl Makes Hai-j Work Easy! IU5T1NG. cleans and haiJwood bar It-Sic st- ing work. Aa uultanti seldom Milaftrtciy LSa C. W. GRAY 310 5th Street South Phone 761 MONEY SPRING PLANTING EVERYBODY IS THINKING OF IT, AND SOON EVERYBODY WILL BE "DOIN! IT" Ami while il." don't forge! thai il is just us easy lo plant reliable Slirubs and Flcwers.'as I lie olhcT WE HAVE NONE OF THE OTHER KIND Ours are all reliable, and' guaranteed prown right at Coaldale. within ten miles ot you. Apply U- S. Coles, Alexandra Hotel, or at The A- Mitchell Nursery Co. and Coaldale; Alia. Head Coaldaie, Alia. The Most Convenient of all Small Investments The Standard flank of accepts deposits of Sl.OO and upwards. A passbook showtcg tht> amount, of your balance will fce given you when you BJate the first deposit. You have tren c Bank Accoiiat. to which-yeu may add-or from vrhlch you may withdraw at any iltno. Interest is paid 011 s.11 balances twice a year, Capital and Assets over The Standard Bank toTABLISHEO 1E73 OF. LellibvUlge Krandi, 315 13tli Street Xoi'lh 0. F. Bleicher, Manager. Delicious, Nutritious and Healthful 5c per Loaf Be sure it has the Label on All good grocers or Phones 1027 and 378 Gilrnore The Baker Another. Drop in Prices of Fruit for This Week-End l-'iiu- Kipe liiiimiuis. Dolii-ious CniiH' Fruit. Juii-y Suukist Oniujivs. CooUiiiii' ;nnl Muting Apples, ali at low [Fi-u-fs I'm- lYulay anil ol' week.' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS hrje frail, a facial larso sUlt1- arrivilis end fate. In fh'.e condition for Ininu'iliato TIT tlcstm. ..25c CALIFORNIA GRAPE fresh lul Just in. i'rlce I'cr dozen SUNKIST file, lo arrivo Saturday. 1'ruv PIT ..............I2'jc SUNKIST Ait. SUNKIST slie. Two GOOD COOKING pounds for. GOOD EATING [OiKds SUNKIST dozen SPOKAHE VALLEY BRAND ca'C. the verv choicest apiles 10 be bad. Price aio ...'....-.........................52-W REGULAR PRICES ON GROCERIES. GRANULATED pounds fur....51.15 NEW LAID dolen...............25c FINEST CHEAMERY Wild Hose- 2 pounds for ...........'.....75c SWIFT'S PURE (alls, each Me SWIFT'S PURE pound pails, eacJl 75c SWIFT'S PURE LARD-MO pound HARVEST BRAND Hie -lined', tomatoej we have handled, three- sanitary tins, 3 for ...............v.-iOo CEYLON own Mend, as fine 13 any r-Oc tea iu padjages. PrU-o, pounds for own bk-nd of Jnra freslily roasted, freshly firou'jd: ......'-...........................-lOc Try a lulled of our Tea or Coffee. Cucumbers, Hot Otlior fi-osli srooils I'm- Siuimlay arc.: Toinatocs, House LdtiicT. Celery, Ureeu Onions, Biidishos, Aspnrn- irus. Parslov. flc. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store- Phone 525 YOU KNOW the reputation Southern Al- bcrlu lias gained for growing the BEST Wheat. You Ought to Know that only Jhc choicest of this wheat is ground into OUR BEST FLOUR. Good whcal. carefully selected and carefully milled, assuring you tjic Highest satisfaction on Making Bay. Ask for "OUR BEST ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. WEATHER Mai. Min. Lethbridje, clear !3; 2 Edmonton, clear... 20- 4; cloudy.. 20 10 Medicine Hoi. cloudy.. -22 0 Baltleford, clear..... 2ti 0 Prince Albert, cloudy. Id I 3ivlft Current, clear IS 1 cloudy Rcgir.a, cloudy...... Qu'Appelle, Micnedosa, cloudy snowing Porl Arthur, doudy Kamloops, elouly.. Nelson............ Peiticloa Grand 15 14 14 30 33 0 .01 15 12 .'20 .2! IS; SD' 34 .10 !o .04 2S .OS has 'fa'Ieirin' Manitoba and eastern SasSatchewan-.' farther west the has'been fair.. In each of the pnlri.e'iirovlnces tf.e weather moderated. 1 Forecast Manitoba'aiid fair and' cold today, nod in Sun- day; local flyrrte-3.- r' and'milder. CITY AND DISTRICT Bio Sale Postponed Johnson .Bros.' blj sale of horses and machinery advertised for March 26. has betu wstnoncd until Thurs- day neit, ,Aprll 2, to hell) at Warn- WINTER OR SUMMER OirUnll in-, doors, or out, you can KODAK KodaXs -are' 'so ;simple -'.i thlld thera Is no Hnjjuta ana .alwayz' reajil" lor on Ko- dak way pi it; loading., and 'Un-' room -need- ed for. any us'siiow J-'oil'tbe Kodak line iienionstratfi''tiie ease Tilth which you can good The Red and Book Ltd, AND DISTRICT Chief Mine Inspector John .T. Stirling, chief mine In- aa in the district inspecting a tlie latter part of the week. International Member International Board Mem- ber of the D.M.W. of A., was in Iho tlty and Saturday, register- ed :nt.tlie. Dalles. .Chief Adams Goes to Work .P. Adams, the neivtjr-apiiotnteil chief cf pplico of Cranbrook. left his former iwsilipn with the C.P.R. this morning to assume .bls.nejr duties. Interettlia Lecture j Professor II. -.A.. McLean of .Calgary. :b'nivert.ity. give an., illustrnled lecture CentTal scnool audltor- luin on Thursday, April 2. ilila.BUbJea will be VGreal-Art.'1 Mr. SwcetinT Was Here Jolm F. industrial com- missioner of-the C.P.R'.. arcomr'nled Mr. Dennis and Mr. Hankin on Ihelr visit to the city yesterday, and was at the Hoard of Trade smok- er last nieUt. The .parly relumed to .Calsary this morning. Red Letter Day The.Christian Sunday school U en- [terinij into r. special three-months' 'campaign for increased membersnip and efficiency, and next Sundfiy.will observe "Red Letter when it is. hoped there will be 125 In attendance. Each-person present will! receive a souvenir of the .occasion, and to the one who brinzs the largest number of persons on that day. a special prife j will be given. Mr. D. W. Inman has recently latien charge ol the Women's Class, 'which hae r.een organized, and whkh will contest with the Men's Class, taught by Mr. in a mem- bership campaign in Iho near future. Bible.Class One or the. niosl oopuiar'classes the Aduli Bible: class In connection Trllh Gyprian'3 Sun- 3ay school, which meets every Sun- day at'3 n.m. in the'Parish room. L'n- der the able tuition of Miss Warner, (bo class has great progress luring the last-few they sill still be glad to welcome usen acd wo like to'join with them-in the etuis of the liible. Just lo prove thnfc' Lethbridge -Made Chocolates nre not excelled by any imported Chocolates, are selling llegular (JOe a nonnd Chocolates J'or T-ONIGIIT ONLY ASSORTEp CREAMS AMD HARD CENTRES Here's your chaico to try cut one of l.cllibridEe's newest indus- tries. Chocolates are all Newly Made. KILLIEN'S Empress Block. 5th Strict South PLANT A LITTLE MONEY now, roap henefil vrhcn Inn hanest We a iin.t section, VA acns culthatcd, SO acres of which is s'jinmer hosist, barn, 1 acd well, for J13.00 AN ACRE AGREEMENTS OF SALE 'PURCHASED land Co, Sherfotk .Bulldlnj, Phons 64 BOOKS The Trail of Ihe Lonesome I'lne lly .Inn. Foi Jr. The Olrl of tho' Mmlx.Tlost Ot-nc. KlratUm I'crler Krtofclf.- lly GT.e Slrallon I'crler Tin: Silver Hcriie by Heiich Hy Tin- K'.irine Anonymous The Yciuwr Set Uy Holjt. VC. Chatfihers Th-j Ihc Ililla Hy Hell Wrlghi Lavender and Old Hy Myrllr: Hecil Tli" Maati.-r's Violin lly Myrtle Iked. And rrjitiy otlierp. ONLY 65c EACH 2 for -Si.2J The Kenny Co., Limited Tht lyrug-Book felore ' 14S7 "Voit Dallas Hotel J.b.HlGlNBOTHAM LIMJTED Family OiipensmD 'Chemlllt licxall Cherry Bark Cough 25c Hcxal! Cold Tablets' A COMBINED COLD TREAT- MENT THAT IS UNEQUAL. LED IN EFFICIENCY AND 'SAFETY. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. on the Farms While there coneloeraMc disc- ing anil harrowing hprp last week, there 'a-an' very little need- Inc, t'ie general opinion among farnv crs belni! thai the first of April Is early enough in Ihi.-i country. II may bo all right to wlienovr II is hut still il 15 lalilng a chance oven v.-fth wheaf.'-N'arilon Or. Rost's Great Lecture Dr. M'urton L. Uoae'a lecture at the Christian church las: was list- ened to'by a very appreciative autil- erice. No one could hear tills lec- ture wiihoui Dems -jc-neiiued tjy the that the doctor, drew Iroui the World's Crest Wrestl- ing Match." The lecture was based on tho four great motors whlcn have to do the moulding of.the def- liny of all mankind, Tit.: the tiomc, the 'school, tho sh'ou and the church, lie drew a very salhetlc picture 01 what the sanctity of the homo atoou for. which made'an impression on his audience that Is bound to bring nome to'erery parent-'the consciousness of thi grave duties that naturally rest upon tlie' heads of families. Then he coupled with this the value and liu- porlinco ol our public school sys- tem, Kh.lch has BO much lo (lo witn shaping'the destinies of Ihu genera- tions to come, lie then drew some very iriipresaive viclures as seen.In nverytiay life as.betwcen the em- ploytv and cmi'loyed in the Btent Industrial enterprises o; uur country. lie showed the apparent unjust dlvl- j [fiion of profit between capital and ,hor, and this lie cltod as being the U'rcattlng Jlatdi of liie }A6c." .This'Is a lhat must ibe settled some lime, and 11 will nev- er be Bellied until it Is. stilled rfgiit. [jut, liut not least by any means. ,lhe church. Tho of ClirM is the balance Il Is Ibe ;leveller of all mankind. It down tli'e high, nr.d elevates liic low .to'a common 'cvel. we M In our lirca, anrl learn to Registration of Births Nolicc is licrt-liy givcu lo parents and olhcrs Mini llic Hogislrntion of iill Birlhs-in the Cily (if is re- quired by-law, sinil must lie nincte within one mouth I'rom dnlD of liirlli.. Anyone.riiiliiig lo do so' is liiible lo prosuculiun aad fine. C.-B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Hofiislnir's Office, Avenue S. Grocery Facts When you come right down (o Grocery "Knc-ts'il. is ].'rice nnd Quality ihal loll ihejrtle. We invite coniparih-on willi (.ivoucrirs offered elsowhere. A trial order will convince you. UOODS TO ALL TAHTS Ol1 T UK CITY 20-ni is. KuKir Kplk-'l Oats, S-lli sack Cemailf. S-lti sack rirahara nnur, dark Ciirn Meal, 10-lli eacii Quaker OalB (larf.o sl'0) Quaker Oats (small racket) BUSI'NKSS LOCALS lllllcrcft Iwat ftcim fosl on Ihn marke'L ship to any point In Soulhcrn AllK-tta. ft .Y.atea, Plwno'lMI. .lohnson Bros. Mir machinery, etc., fro.'n tholr Urga rnnchta at Wnrticr aad Spring Coulee, which advertised lor March 2Mh. will ho h'cH iuJ. THE FISST DELIVERY OF Spring Goods WILL BE ON SHOW FRIDAY -AND.SATURDAY .iVtarch 27_and 28 MISS E, W' FILMER HULL BLOCK. Corn lur Poaluiu Cereal, flit.....25c Cream ot Wlicai. vkt.......20c. Khredilcd Wheat, 2 ...25c Pnftol Illcx', 2 [ikt...............15t rulled Wheat, 2 nine Hlbbon Tea. 3-lli rkl. Creamery Hnttcr. Hi 35c Cliolco Dilry.lliittcr, per 11) 30c New Ulil t'esf' l'cr linl (Bwiffs) 3-llj pall ,...50c pall -75c I'ork fc ncans Illeintzl 15 25o I'ork Heans (Clark's) 3 lor 25 I'ork ft Means, (Van rnccs and -25c Tomatoes, X llnis nnd Ileans, 2 for 1'umpkln, 2 for calintJ i SiinftlEt Ornngcs. .20, 30 and