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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mm Friday. MaiTli 31.1911. THE LETIIBRTDGE DAILY HERALID PflR� 11. A. Macdonald & Co. Want you to cut down your grocery bill by buying at A. Macdonald & Co's cash stores Here ;ire )i (Iny )�rics. few of (Mir lines w i i li pi'lccs; jiol sjiccinl hill '(' ui' den liiiu' \vi ChiummI Fi'iiMk QUAKER BRAND Recognized to be the Best on the Market Slrttwl)prrles, 2s, 2 cans for ..................35c Hed Cliorrlea, 2s, jitr can ..................20c llnosphprritis, 2s |inr c'lll ...................20c Huspberrios, 2e, por ("lu ...................20c Lnwlonben-les, 2s, per cau .................20c Bartlntt Pears, 3s. per can .................25c Crawford Poaches, Sa, ner cnn ..............30c GALLON ViNS Aiiples. gallnn tiu ..........................35c PPn(;heB, gallon Un.........................60c. Kiiubarl). gHlIou Uu .......................^Oc Kellog's Toasted Corn KlaUes ...............10c .\Ialt:i Vita. 2 Iitfgs. for.....................25c I'ufied X^'lioat, nor piickot ..................10c Puffed Rice, 2 packets lor ..................25c Flour-Pride of Alberta and Mothers Favorite. Rolled (^ats, Oatmeal and Corn Meal at Lowest Market Prices, QUAKER BRAND Peas. Siniulaiifl, 2 tins for ..................25c Peas. ICarlv June, per tin...................15c Peas. Poitt Pois, per tin .....................20c 'I'oniatoPa, larse sIzp cans, i.'pr liii ...........15c �(;ol(l"n Wax or Refugee Heniis, 2 cans for ..25c l'iiin|)ldii, Uirne cans, 2 liiiK lor ............35c CiliiiUMi Fish Ralir.on, 1 Vi>. tins. Ilnrs� Sliop flat ..... Salmon, 1 11). tins. Tiger ISrand. tall ..... Salmon, I 11). tins, Snnfiower Brand, tall I'limpkin, larKP cans, 2 tins for ......... Sniidries POTATOES .Vortliern Alberta, per cwt.............. CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE 1 lb. tins ..................................40o 2 11). tins ...................................75c FRESH GROUND COFFEE Nothing fhiPi' in tiie niarUet. per lb. . .25c 36c 40c ((ironnd as Reriuired.l TEAS Nolhing finer-flreen .Japan ......35c 40c 45c lilack ...............................40c 45c 50c . . .25c . . .20c , . .15c . . .30c .$2.25 New Laid Eggs, doz. 30c Case Eggs, 6 doz. for Finest Creamery Butter, per lb. - - 35c A. Macdonald & Co. $1 EDITED BY PHONES Office   . 1224 Residence   620� .Mrs River.s will receivi' loniorrnw. Mrs. O. .T, Coiirticp will receive tomorrow for the Inst time forniail.v this season. 15 years. Me was returned as Rcnlor member for York in inofi, and was at the colonial offlce for two .vears v.lth .Mr. VVinslon Churchill as one of his secretaries. At the last Reneral elo lion Mr. r.roenwood captured .'^nnder-Uiid. He has a aood record aa an active speaker, !)oth in and out of the i llonse of ('ommons. The future bride � , , , 'is Elster of .Mrs. Forbes Sempill, wife , , , ,, ,, .,, 'of l.'nptain Lionel Forbes Sempill, R.N. Dr. and Mrs. O. J. I oui-tire will movei , , j bile was a well known rider to nounds In the Hertfordshire Hunt. Mrs .1. M Ait.ken loiniirrow nor ai;ain tcr. will imi receive iinlil after Kas- into their pretty new home on Cm bill I street ne.vt week. Mrs, ,1. H. Delf and child left this afternoon for New 'I'ork. where they will sail on the .Mauretania for Hlrk-enbnad, ling., on April .".il'. The Gall Hospital Aid Society will hold an importai'.t meeting with Mrs. .Southard tomorrow afternoon at four I o'clock. The ITiijIi .School !,iti.rai\ 's.icietv will eiilcrtain the mcmlicrs .ii M'c school bonrd, the teachers and a num j bcr of fricnd.s in the Aiidrniniim, the Central school this The largest of tlie season's church l.ea.'j WIS f^ivcn in llie club and lecture rooms of Wesley cluirch yester-idav afternoon bv the Ladies' AUl Ho- I Miss i\IcCrep;or will a leni'iii- slr..tion of the FIclchcr system of music at the (iarhult Hiismcs^ lei;e tomorrow aflcrnimii ;.t o'clock. Anyf)ne inleresii'il in ! splendid method for children is diallv invited to he present ci.l-i-iur :.;is j. C( r- Ten ^irls have resistcrivl and become members of Miss loiics' physi cal culture class, which inel for the first lime in the V M.C A last ni,c;ht, i The I'^merson cNcrcises havp hcpi\ ,' adopted and llic first unaip was taken last evening.  ARBITRATION A MYTH   Berlin, Mar. .'11.-Discussing the proi)03ed extension ofi.tlie internutipnal arbitration -, in the Reltechsta^ toda.v, Chancellor Von Bothmanii Holl-welg dlass'fed nnlvoraal afbl' tration and universal disarmament as ideals impossible of realization. � ''''''' asked a small circle o: their most in-''"""' rC'il'^t"' "V the appropriate se-timate friends to be iheir .i^uests at Icfin'tis which wore sung by Miss dinner tomorrow evenins;. This little ^-'ones, who pos.sesses a rich and sym festivity has been phmned in honor, Patliet ic voice. of their twentieth w-..dding anniier-| .'Vfter the tableaux, coffee, delicious sary. ' sandwichijs and cake were served in * * * I the club rooms down stairs from a ,\ merry evening was s|ieiit at the'pretty table centred with a cluster 1-:. 0. Maxell home last night, when of pink and white carnations, Mrs Miss Bessie entertained a few friends Livingstone, assisted by several of for her guest 'Miss firacr. Dudley, of iiip niembers of the society, served. Fernie, who will remain in I,eth- | Tlie proceeds amounted to $17,(10 bridge for a week, "Five Iluiidrcd''^ and the afternoon was so great a was the engrossing diversion offered , success that it is hoped a similar af-and several games were played at^ fair will be given by the society dur-tbree tables. At supper time the in^' �"''>-^' I...................... .'ll,-,Iobn 1.;, Hed-i'",!,'"'^' 'r'>'^^^^'^> � lately called in, hut the man was dead;mond, leader of ih� Irish parliament-i ""^ decision in the W oikman s Coin-before'be ari^'ed, !arv partv, in a statement in the liailvjP''"^"'i�" ^^>'-^"" vs Ashcroft. ------^ :Mail on "What Ireland would be like'^^'"^ Co,,,, ,. ,,vl lunder Home liule." predicts that j,  (l"wn tbis mo.-,iiii!i, riic .iudgmoni Is , ' would be vcrv dilTereiit from what .'l''''Ts''il "'orkman Paris March "l-\!l aero'nWne' "^"^ PS""'-- ami^iy^lf- 'n.e e.>:islin.i;^">l'!oyed by ibe rcsimiident tin or Pans, Manh ..I, All ae'opl''"^^ political dissensions, he snvs, would 'I"' ""i"'" "">^' of ''i^ WONDERFUL SPEED BY AEROPLANE: the fair s,.\. niiiiiy enteriiiK for the After a liincheou, the guests aceoni-fiisi linn- inin ilic iirccincts of a .Mas- panied the bridal party to the C,P,R, oiiic leiiiplr. 'I'lic room was lieaiiti- ion and wished them bon voyage fully dpcorateil by ferns and flowerinn 'I""''' honeymoon trip to Vancouver plants l(incll,\ I. aned by Mr, Terrill, An,geles, After a tew words of welcome to- the -�^iven will reside in visitors from nin. .1, T, Graham, the,'�'''�-"'^ ''' return in a few Worshipful .Masier of Lethbrid.ueIs^i'.v Herald, Lodge, a niiisical projirninme provided! _ by ,Mrs, \\' ,\lcldruiii and .Mr, II, H,' .Mr W, .^leldrum was reni dorcd, .Mrs. t'. K. >oung played two pianoforie i-ciciions in a manner that speed records were broken today by' JMerre Vediine, who U^ Moran's mono-:'''' ''ePl"'''''! ^'y Pconomlc, municipal plane flew from Poiiiers lo Paris bv,- bus com., lo laki. up bis residence in flames from leaping across an ulle,. I l^'rank. lie 's "(ciijiyiii... h position in lo llie Uunvilie Furultiire Comiiaiiy. the l.'nioii nank hero A marriage has bpen arranged, and will take place at the end of May in London at St. Margaret's, Westniii:-Et(-r, hetwepu Mr. Hnmar Greenwood, .M.P,, bai ristpr-Hi-law, of 4 Crown ofllee row. Temple, and laJ St. .Inines'a (oiii;. li.irkinj^lmm. gate, and .Mai-Acry. daufrbter of :\lr. and .Mrs, Waller Spoiv Per, latci,v of l'odl"Olr, MertB, now nf P'ownliope Cniiri, Herpfordshire, and 12 Hans mail'ions, London, S.W. Mr, Hamar (.Ireenwood Is a Canadian, bat Las been resident in Fnt'land for some TWILIGHT CHAT Tl'.iMe IS a lalne |nl nf wnmeii who i.Miii r iii.il,e nllicr people suiler irnii -!,cer iii.ibilily in use tunc prn-per.v il.'i- V u'l ever knnwn a young lini.'-cvv i;e n lin has been neglecting! Iier diiMes t.i j!in in iipnn her neigh-I boi s .le.d iiake endless lunch parties | ffu' tlie:ii ' :-'lie starts the dav witli a I iTsnl'.e In cli'aii lioiisc and t'dv her I wild bc!oii!;iiigs. I.iit an impulse to ^ make eiuvel e.il.e allures her. and she] ; V leliis in it \liil llien the vnlk of I �the CLii-^ nrisl be m.ide into maynii-] ;iai-e \iid sn coiiips aimlher im-| j prnninl'i lunch part; and a dav lost I in feast ins Tlieii there's the nthei vniiiig wo-iniin wlin spends her iiniise money on p:it!e lemiie.ni': anil her I Mie in niak ing tlie:ii. and forgets to feed her faniilv Snme liniiscs are sn choked with l-.cauti:ul potted plants that there's no air nor light to spc.ik nf (or liii-oirni iieinns. and in n'h.'is von hump voii, head against endless bird cages and the iiiiscrv of sliiili nnise is ev-erv v\ he'e ^ Ml this reclcless spe. laIi:-iiig is easv caiae fnr i>nv critic, hut it is not at Tilis Genuine Rogers Orange Spoon FRE� S.-ivc IJ "Sunltlsl" Orance (or Lemon) wrappers Bnd send thorn to us, Willi 12c lo pay cliarcos, etc,, !iTUl WB will present you will) a fr""e.ltK- N oKiTS Oranirc .Spoon, of ljeamili.1 duBlcn and Idttlicst Quality. Bt'cln saving v.-raP' The orange is the most luscious and healthful fruit, Cnlifomla excels ia qualityoforanges. The belt of the California oranges are now packed in Individual wrappers labeled' 'Sun-kiiit," Five thousandoranffefarm-ers in California do their own packing, shipping and selling. They grade and select their crop into ''firsts," "seconds," etc. The firsts aro fancy, tree-ripened, hand-picked, seedless, fibreless, thin-skinned oranges-every individual orange a perfect ipecimen of the finest Tariety of oranges. They are not only more healthful and more palatable than other oranges, but they ara actu-' ally cheaper,forthey are nearly all meat and nourishment, �your dealer sells "Suukist" Oranges. Ask for them. "VYou will know them by the tissue paper wrap-r "llhinS per in which each "Sunkist" Orange ia . � packed. On Iho wrapper nolo the label, '"Sunkist," Keep all th� wrapper*. ' They are worth money to you, ^Best California Lemons 'Come in "Sunkist" Wrappers ^ You cad Judffe lemons by tlie "clotlias" they wear. If ^ tlicy wear SunkiHt" wrappers they �ro Juicy and rood* - pers ii l.-iy. Send 12".Sunl: isl wrnpj' .-.-i and 12c for each nljftioi'.il .spoon, Jr. rt I ih tinii. plen5eRonvo 'iOo proter 1 n.-r�, luon." orib'i, i.ii.r.,t.B oriter or Imiik drufi. W � will bo Kind lo PPM' Tou .�oici.lf^K. Hut nf rnlu-�1 l� I r�. Ill 1 II mi., Wi. Uh.l n;..l Hull'' �nip pofit lur preiuiuiu all ea-sy to do the thing one's own self-justly to apportion one's time and energy among the intricate demands of a -vwjman's life. In an olliee or a school work is a treadmill, a woman can't help doing licr best, Ifer husband takes her away frtmi, office or school and goes forth every day to his own treadmill where the impelling spur to work is never absent. But the young woman at home has things all her own way and niayhf .she docs nothing with it but read novels and give her husband , ,. , . , ... ,- , _ ��) , jujt-jiii Washington, March 25. - .prepara--i hard boiled tea and hard fried steak, i . ^ ti. i  ' ,, . ,,. . _ u , ; tory to the national campaign thn The most sellish woman perhaps is,, ,.,0 ^..^j ,, 1, , . , Democrats in Congress have started the one who runs lo clothes. . � ,, , ,. .,- . ,. , ,. , , ^ ,j i , a press bureau and are distributing ^ ^\p don't need to be told that hnr- . - . , t 1.. . J through it matter (or publication.... ; monious dressing, even benutlfu! and , , . ! , ^ , x ,, , , . , , ... , , i he first instalment came out reatet: modish dressing, is a legitimate oh-i , . ., . . ''.. ' -t ject in life. We all know it. But it day under the caption : "White HoUbc to Wall Street and vice versa." Sec rotary Norton is attacked foi becom- ' j ing one of the vice-presidents (or ' \ Morgan's National Bank of New; York. it is said that, as in the casi; of Shaw, Vanderbilt, Cotteiyou, Paul:" Morton, EckeLs, Dawes and Ridgley;, Mr, Morton's special fitness (or hiKh><:t'' finance was not discovered until he-i took a government posltlor TheJ ((uesfcion is asked : "Do Morgan and) Rockefeller-give out these high Bal-\ aried positions to government em-" ployces for servi(3es rendered to thems while they are in the govcroment ser-' vice, or because of a realization that' men like a: ,spcretary to the president.' :i arc likely to liave valuable .secrets':  while they arc in the government ser-;.v purposes." Going or comtn;;, the path between Wall .Street and Presi-v dent Taft's imm.ediate circle is short'.', and much travelled. Then (oUowcdV :; attacks on several members of the;. cabinet. tor they are not thick-akiniMd or pithy. They *re juit a* fine i "SuulUst" Oranges, and their wrappers are equally valuable. CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS' EXCHANGE �l) 10s KING ST. EAST. TORONTO. OUT. 74 ;