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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 31, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD Mother doesnt have to call ME twice to Breakfast" I'm always in a hurry for breakfast when I know I'm to be served with CORN FLAKES omsnnrs BLUFF CALLED We Have Sold Out and Thank You for your Patronage I have .sold my retail business to Mccars. Hop- kins and Newton of Hardieville, who take posses- sion on April 1st, and wiih to sincerely thank my many customers for their long and liberal patronage. ft ic important all accounts due to the Alberta Meat Market ihould be paid to myself promptly. All accounts owing by this market ihould be presented at once and will be paid by myself promptly. The gentlemen who have purchased the business are experienced in the meat buaineH and will, I btllevf, give you the high quality and good service for which this market Is known. I after- conduct a wholesale business only here- Phone493. Box 492 Mi. SJUoJi, in moving his motion outlining the railway guarauLcea, sal LJjuL no liir as Llie government an Llie Liberal arc concerned tin; )iavn no nnoJugies Lo make lor tliei railway policy. Twenty years alte alter' the completion o( the C. 1'. 11 main line, aided as thai comr was hy the people "of Camilla, and pmvc'.'Iul ay iL is, there were on'; 1060 miles of lines in Alberta, uu ive years ago tlieru .were only Jail1 jiile.s. In December last there wcr lour thousand miles of railway in Al bcria, an increase ot 2000 miles ii live years. This was lo the rti reel" action ol the guarantee policx and tlie iiid ot the Federal Liberal o the G. T. i1. Continuing, Mr. Kif Lou said that it is now fashion, tu criticize the Canadian Northern Alberta, various govcrrunciits Libcru and Conservative, aided ilitil com pany in the mieiesl of llic country No company on the continent hat done more railroad construction than C. N. It. with facilities at il disposal. The 0. P. H. u-itli its mail Iline completed, had in 2-1 years .llfil miIrs in AlberUi the N. U., allEi it reached the province ;uid before the ujfiiii line was completed, in- i years had built 1188 miles in the province. Notwithstanding the incnse resources of tlie lival com- pany, the C.N.Il. had bviilt more uinc years than tlic C.1MI. in 25 years. The great portion ot Ihis was done in good Limes and Hie opposi- tion should consider that Iiiet when discussing railroads, and what they have done should not be based on years of depression when all the railways arc having .serious times in financing. It might fcc plausihlc to attack Lht; government lot duiug as it has thought wise to assist, but tho railways should be given credit tor what they hare done. As regards the increase in the C. N. II. guarantee tor ihe SL Paul line, the Premier said it was not in excess uf the cost and fie thought it would be to the inter- ns fc ol the country to oppose, the SOUTH LINUS PROMISED I 31 1- related a recent eonvrr- I sation witli the C. M. R. pi-esidcnt, ana had his promise that t-hft St. Paul line would he proceeded with this year, and money now on hand would he spent on the llanna-Medi- cinc Hat and Ualgary-Maclcnd branch- es. Upon that promise he based the increased guarantee. Tlic C.N.Il. pre- sident wauled help for very expen- sive bridges, but was refused. There will he no big bridges on the St. Paul line, hut the rolling country would make a large number of deep cuts and expensive grades. The com- pany promises to work as speedily; as possible and tlic government con- sequently offered increased facilities as regards thr. Grand Prairie branch. The Premier said the Federal charter was only recently given and the co' try shoifld, not; lie left longer ihs was humanely possible without a road. Jt is thickly settled and im- mense crops arc raised with no means of getting to market He challenged the opposition to oppose this guar- antee and lo put themselves on rec- ord not to oppose the company on a private bill lor political effect' Teach fie Family Teeth Insurance! It's easy, by this pleasant method. Children grown-ups love these enjoyable, long- lasting and economical confections. WRIGLEY'S is beneficial in many ways. It brightens the teeth. Removes food particles that would cause decay. Insures a wholesome mouth, firm healthy gums and agreeable breath. It means vigorous digestive action through increased saliva. It gives sturdy appetites. If you like the flavor of mint leaves, take If you want double strength Peppermint, get Air-tight sealed package keeps it fresh and clean. MADE IN CANADA BY HB Wm. Wrijley Jr. Co.. Ltd.. Toronto a Cll ONTI1VU13D FROM FROXT PAG IS. The amount still due to the school .board is SGI, Capital expenditure Jor which de- bentures may he issued amount to 83. plant worth then shirk a vote as they had done I this afternoon. As regards the loan to MIR Central Canada of two mil- .lions Tor the extension from McLcn- jnan to Peace River Mr. Sifton said Mr. Me Arthur has already spent two j millions ot" his own money and The waterworks The'4 electric light plant The street railway is worth ind 238. worth -4 L. C. TEEPLE THE GROCER With a Clean, Fresh and Well-Assorted Stock Cauliflower, each ..ZOc and 25c Head Lettuce, each ........10c Leaf 'Lettuce, per pound ...25c each Celery, per pound .........1Bc Asparagus, per pound .....25c ..New-Rhubarb, 2 pounds ...25c Sananif, per dozen........30c Orongea, sweet and Two dozen for...........25c Oranges, larger size, per dozen...'------25c, 35c and 50c Crtape Fruit, each..........10c Apples, choice No. 1, onry best per roox Lemons, large size, dozen ,25c PICKLES C. B. -Mixed, Walnuts, Chow, each............-.......35C Heinz Sweet, Chow, Sour, Glr- each ...............35c Tied CroBB, Sour ...........25c Sweet ..................30c Red Cross, Sweet, quart jar 40c Red Croas Vinegar, per hot. .20c Crfsco and 65c Lard, 3 pounds........j...5Qe 5 pounds ................75c Veal Loaf, sliced, per pound 25c Swift's Preiri. Bacon, sliced 35e Fresh Eggs, dozen .........20c JELLY AND JAM Sharwood'B Jelly, assorted flav- ors; 1 pound glass .......30c Red'Currant Jelly, l pound in glass McCormick'a Jim Raspberry, Peach ft Plum with Apple, special per pail iMollJa Psadiet, Tea. Garden 'brand, reg. ?1; sale price 60c Slmrwoodfa Fnilts In Syrupr- apecial price ............40c Chivcrs' Lemon Oiird- l pound slaas...............___35c Honey, in comb ...........2Sc Honey, 1 pound gift as ......J5c Lee Perrin's Wprceaterghlre Sauce, per oottle ........40c Holbrook's Sauce, per bottle ........25c Tuckfield's Worcestershire Sauce, per bottle ........15c H. P. Sauce, per bottle ....25c Punch Sauce, per bottle ...30cl Mint Sauce, per bottle -----25c Afushroom Catsup, C: -fe B...26c Walnut 'Catsup ....'........25g Blue -Lable Catsup '........30c h'einx Catsup.............30c Caviar, French, per tin ___65c Pato De Forles Gras, tin ...65c Cream Brick Clieese, pound 3Bc Zig Zag Cheese, per tin Ptinncsaii Cheese, per tin .2Bc Fancy Per pound ......25c, 50c G'r.gar Snaps, per pound... 15e Candy, a fine assortment; spec- ial per pound .-.-.........2Bc Chocolates, made in Lethhridgc, QEEorted riavorB; speciel price per pound ..35c Olives, stuffed or plafn; per 'bottle. 23c, 50c, 75c, PHONE SIS Dominion Block. Avt-. The indusUia.1 building is worth the coal mine The gross worth oi tiie city is The city's debenture indebtedness is less linking fund, S-lK, or The nominal ox- FROM FRONT PAGE hinds of glaring inequalities, which will never be known because people are satisfied. Proceeding to show LimL North Leth- brfdgc is overburdened, Mr. Meech used the following figures: In 1913 the Public Works depart- ment spent .in North Latlibrldge for Jl spent on the south. In 191-1 the proportion 'was G to 1. There was little raise in the assessment either pledged his resources for the sate oi cess of assets over liabilities is opening this great countrv. It is in I the interest of the whole province Capital that the railway reach Peace Hivcr J car was Crossing where there are six hundred. The loss on street railway opera- miles of navigable water and a Ing tion last year was stretch settled by the people, of the L. Unexpended debenture funds amount world. It wHs of importance to all Alherta that an immense stretch of The cost of operating the various freight should reached the outside departments (lie year were 'world through this province. It was Works and property Mr. iiichener's favorite style, both in the house and out not- to cnmwci- I'olilc relief ate a police, hut to make jnsiruiaLioKs Children's shelter............ against the honor of members of the Publicity department government. His insinuations about Assessment Burroughs1 timber limits, and that Isolation hospital the Premier iras interested, had been Board of health .denied on the floor of the house, buL Finance I the leader of the opposition kept right Grants Ion with his insinuations. Mr. Michcn- Debenture payments Icr rose to deny that he implicated i Police department the Premier, and a noisy minute fol-j amounted to lowed, the government members mak- Government grants to the ing it hot for the member [or Red Children's Shelter were Deer while the Premier favored him with some oi his most withering sar- casm. .Mr, Michener winced under a dressing down he richly deserved. Jlr. Slfton once more expressed his belief that his brother had not one stick ol timber in the province and what Bur- roughs had was immaterial to him. lie owns limits lie will have the privilege of paying heary taxes tliis expenditure during the 90 2.G70.60 1913 Building Permits N. Letti. S51 per capita .45 per capita S.Leth. Population X. Leih. S Letli. 1313.......... 4-171 fi599 1914.......... -1138. 5932 Vacant House Last Census Ncrth Lethbriclge.......... 107 South LeLhbrldge.......... 199 AiseiBment LetlL S. Leth. over Per capita fiSS' 1915 under Per capita 722 On the acrfeage basis North Leth- hrldge is -51125, while the south IE assessed In 1913 North, LethbvSdee Imti 40 per cent. oE the population and only 176-10 of the assessment. In 1015 at haa 41 per cent, of the population, and only 17 9-10 of the assessment. Mr. iMcech's explanation was so- per cap. f lucid aod convincing that there .26 per cap. not a murmur when he took his seal- PROVIDES FOR VOTING OF SOLDIER! Ottawa, Ont., March bill authorizing the taking of a vote of Canadian soldiers In Canada nnd over- seas in the of ao flection before the end .of the war, ivJl] be Introduced the government. Hon. C. J. Do- lierty has given notice of the-follow- Inj resolution: "That ft Is expedient to make pro- vision to enable every male British subject of 21 years or upwards, serv- ing In the military forces "of Canada In the present war, to exercise his elect- oral franchise, and that the coat In- curred in carrying- ftut the provisions of any act to be based upon this re- may be paid by the gover- ment out of any unappropriated rev- enue or out of the consolidated raV- cnue fund of Canada." fines year. Continuing, Mr. Sifton said the province is fully safeguarded and pro- tected, and he would recreant to duty if he did not strain resources, if need ber to open a territory ivJiicli TKAVERS Travers, March MOBBE and family ivill move lo California this spring If they can get some one to farm their place and keen the stock. .Sir. and Mrs. Galllgar will bfi mov- ing to Ffachant on a farm this spring. Quite a number, were out to the dance given .for the benefit of the baseball team. The ladies auxiliary goes lit is Fri- day evening with tbelr ulay to La- mend. The Auxiliary there will serve would be of immense value to all Al- 1 u'e BUPner there win be a flance berta nnri would bo Hie home, of afterwards. Ifons to come. Mr. fllicheucr nskcd leave to atljourti the debate until after the Easier holi- days. Pie wanted to get some infor- mation. The .Premier agreed Mr. -Michener needed information badly, and said the House would adjourn to- morrow until next Wednesday and then sit every day from 3 to 11 p.m. with an hour's recpss, Saturdays in- cluded. The estimates were then fm- ,lly adopted and several bills put through committee ol the whole, GETTING OUT KHOM UNDER' Protests about the Tory candidates' advocacy of Kglionalist schools in Whitford bye-electioD caused ,MU to move a motion declaring against bilingualism vBich was agreed to without opposition. To Cure a Cold in One Day Tahe-'LAXATIVE BROifO QUININE? i Tablets. Drupgists refund money If, it falls lo cure. E. W. GROVE'S sle- uaiurc IB on eiich box, 25c, the Ladies' Aid met laat week with Mrs. Patrick. It will meet April 11 with. Mrs. Holden. Some of the machinery has- arrived for tilie Ulrlch implement warehouse. Ulrich just lately put up a ne'w building in the east part of town. We think moit of the fanners here are well supplied with eeert and feed. There was lots of hay In this week, Mrs. Seabick was in Lethbridge for ft week on husineea. The.tliree achool districts here will vote on Monday, April 5th to see IE the people win! consoJiriations- The ground IB frozen1 hard again. MASONS TO MEET AT TABER FRIDAY A Masonic lodge of induction -vi'il be held in the school auditorium, Ta- ber. on Good Friday, at 1.30 p.m. It is expected tbwe vfll be loO visitors Yom Bo.lithem Alberta, including a large number of Grand Lodge offi- curfc GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. Stilton and Camembcrt Cheeie, per tin Fforicfa Grape Fruit .3 for Head Lettuce 2 lor Cucumben 1 Price each......... Cauliflower 20c and Green Onlonc Rhubarb 2 pounds for Crisp Celery Sale price Cranberries Per pound Bananas Per dozen Aprlcoti Sale price Evaporated Peaches This week Prunes, large tlze 3 pounds for Brown A. Corn Flour, 2 pkgs for.... White Aihcroft Po- C< I tatoet, per 100 Ibs 9 I Llbby'p Piaches, Peari and" 3 tins.. Olives, plain lOc, 15c anij Olives, stuffed 15c, 2nc end Silmon, Horseshoe or Clover Moir'a Chocolates Per pound Canadian Sardines 5 ring for Oranges, swtet snd Juicy, IBc, BR 35c 25c 25c 30c 25c 25c lOc 15c 30c 40c 35c 50c ZOc 35c 25c 40c 25c Coffee, our Family Blend Is a good full flavored Coffee. which suits our. customers, Comb Honey On sale Tomatoes 3 tins for .Corn, Peai and Beam Per tin French Beam 2 for French 2 for........----- French Per tin white 2 tins for........... Fancy Mixed Candy; reg. 30 and 35c J... Llbby's Sweet Pickles Per botlle Lemoni, larger: size Per dozen........ Codfjth, Aeadia 2 poujiil box Succotafh 2 for Chill Vinegar Per botlle......., Pan Van Per bottle Horse Radish, ground 2 for V. C. Hominy 3 pound tlo Morley In glass 2 for Lobttsr, 2 lor...... Tfj; Kerr's Special Blend, AH extra choice Tea. of Farticii- lar fine aroma and smooth drinking tiualltiea; Per pound 51.00 25c 35c 10c 25c 25c 25c 65c 25c 35c 25c 35c 25c 20c 40c 25c 15c 650 40c Llbby'i Salad Drilling Per 'bottle Finest Shelled Walnuti Per pound Mooney't Hand Cleaner R. C. and G. W. Soap 2 packages for Sunlight Soap 11 bars Jor......... Ivory Soap 5 bare for Washing Powder .2 boxes for Blick Knight Stove Poliah, 3 tins for Wagitaffe'l Marma- lade Fruit Salt! On aale Toilet Paper 5 large rolls Canada Pint Milk Per can Roman. Meal Per package Royal Mint Sauce Per ibottle Bombay Chutney Per botlle A1 Sauce 20c and............. Spaniah Pimentot In glaBS Cnam of Wheat Per package Cam 3 (or Norwegian In oil Dutch Onion Sen Sale price....... Multiplier! 2 for 25c 50c 5c 45c 50c 25c 45c 25c 75c 90c 25c lOc 25c 30c 25c 25c 40c 20c 25c 10c 20c 36c Plione Delivery to All i'a.tfs of the 5th St. S. ;