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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN VACUUM CLEANEK AND ALL HOME LABOR-SAVING DEVICES SUPPLIED BY W.L. McKtuizle �\r (Jo PHONE 637 -718 3rcl Ave S. CROSSES OIV Highly Respected Old-Tlmcr of Southern Albertii Dies at Uurdctt IN (!()LUMBU8, NEW MEXICO, SCENE OF VILLA llAID. STEAM CHAL THE BEST 18 CHEAPEST FKANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA -- PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & VATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON DD VflU BURN com? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take Ciuf; oE all ordora. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the best. Delivered, $4.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton NOTICE Messrs. Jolinstoue & Ritchie have removed I heir offices I'rom the TJiuon Bank I) iiild-irig to tJie Acadia Block. No. 612 3rd Ave. S. riurdott. Aim., March 28.-Tlio l>iil)-lit' met with a biivim'i! dhork Friday inoriiliit! when word wna iianKod that j Uiinlpl K. SInwsoii had siiddenly ox- ' pired ul 1 a.m. Krldny inornliiB- Ho | liad huun fiioling wpll all da.v pprforiu- j Int' IiIh i'listoiiiary work h'johI tin; \ rami, lie had retnaini?d up late and ^ was ahout to r,00 and also carried away Eome dozen sacks of tobacco, lintry edged book entitled "Jesus the Chris!" from the visiting members of tlie Blake, and from the ward authorities a gold headed iiml)roIla, u pair of gold cuff links, and a gtdd ring eacii with tiie initials engraven thereon. This was Aetna's first golden wedding. Preparations are well under way hy i tl-o ladles of the district for tlie ban-i quct in honor of Martin Woolf, M. 1'. P., and the provincial government for the granting of the Woman's Suffrage Act. .'Vt the public meeting held on Jlonday evening the following committees were formed: Programme- Ciiairman, .Mrs. O. D. Weeks; finance, was made through the basement win-! chairman Mrs. .T. Holmes; reception. Cardsloii. March liB.-Cardston is now represented In the 113tli Kilties liy 22 recruit.';. Another weci^ of line weather should'see the farmers of the Cardston district putting in grain. In connection with the agricultural fair, the Cardston Creamery association is offering a special prue of $10 to the patron delivering the best cream for tlie season beginning May Jst. 'I'he cream will be Judged on the basis of temperature, sweetness and flavor. Kimer Ainscough, Woolford, appeared tills afternoon before .Magistrates , Holmes and Maoliilosli on two char- ; ges-carrying of firearms and the dis- i charging of firearms. One case was ; withdrawn and the other dismi.ssed. j I'he incident, resulting in the death , of a neighbor's dog. is aaid to have occurred on the Stli Inst. J. W. Bcott arrived last evening from San Francisco, Cal., to take dow. There was no clue as to llio identity of the culprits. Tlie golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. H. ,M. Bohno was celebrated at Aetna on iho 2;>th inst. The honored couple were pre:jented witli a beautiful gold chairman, Mrs. 'A. W. .Jacobs; decoration, chairman Mrs. J. A. Hill; refreshment, chairman Mrs. J. A. Hammer. The affair will be non-partisan and will be held the week following the close of the present legislature. V V How Would You Like Some Very Choice SPRING LAMB Tomorrow ? We have it, as well as some more EXPERIMENTAL FARM BEEF, fresh killed DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 .Mrs. Wm. Mason and Mrs. Percy Witt, j charge of the dry goods section of Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE Phono C32 �08 Fifth Street South. DRAYINQ OF ALL KINDS liotli of 13iirdott, beside one brotlier, one sister and ililrteon grand children. The funeral which was held from the cliurch, W \i.m. Sunday 2f.tli. was very largely attended, the church being unable to accomodate more than iinlf of those present. Ilev. R. K. Peck, conducted the services. Tlie pallbearers were V. A. Lombard, 0. A. Poole, D. Buniham, Wm. .Maxwell, A. Hamilton and J. F, Hamilton. Interment was lu the Hurdett cometary. NINE INJURED IN WRECi (len see STYLISH BLACK AND WHITE BLANKET ; V I- $11.00, $13.00, $15.00, $17.50 COATS, $7.50, SEIUiE .\ND COVERT COATS, in navy, black and tan. $8.00, $12.00, $1 LOO, $10.50 BROADWAY S TRIPE OUTING COATS, Bine and white .$18.50 SPRING UNDERWEAR NOW READY COMBINATIONS, fine ribljcd soft cotton, neatly ti-iuinicd. siiii ................45c COMBINATIONS, ribbed li.slc. nil sizes, .suit............................... 75c COTTON A^ESTS, rihhod luill' sleeve, or without sleeves, ciicli....................20c COTTON A1^:STS, rilthed I'lo'vptiuii, eucli 35c LISLE VESTS, ribbed eucli............45c WOMEN'S TUB DRESSES Special values at..........$1.25 $1.75 WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES Extra lar!>e sizes, 30 to 47, each $1.75 OA ERALL APRONS With sleeve...............65c "1> to $1,25 C HIDREN 'S ROMPERS (UhhI Washing', colors, neat styles and well made, at each ........50c, 75c, $1.00 INFANTS' MUSLIN DRESSES l^aeh.............. $1.00, $1.50 aiHl $2.00 BOYS' SUITS Choose the Boy's Easter Suit Early Very, nice Norfolk Suits in d�4 >jc neat grey twoeds at..... yTl. I 3 .\atty Norfolk Suit.s In brown mix-lures and grey checks Finest Norfolk suits at- i.50, $7.50 $8 BOYS' HATS and CAPS Kelt 'rials In several styloB at- $1, $1.25 uiHi $1.50 Tweed Caps at. each- 25c, 45c, 50c 75c A Complete New Range of SEPARATE SKIRTS Opened n|) This Week TAFFETA SKIRTS $0.00 and $10.00 SERGE SKIIVTS .$5.00 Ul) to $10.00 PANAMA SKIRTS < $7.50 to $9.00 ;