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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 1, 19U THE M6THDRIDGE DAItY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Best Tea At Its Best "SALADA" TEA is always the same, no matter when or where you buy it "SALADA" fctta choicttt tM-gmn, black or mixed-from fiftMt Utt- frowidv country in the with exquifcU flavor and frdhneu protected by the lead NO MORE NEED FOR BEING DROWNED, AT SEA Raymond, April fltmrterly conference of the Taylor itake of the Mormon church will be held in Raymond next Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3. This embrace aJl the 'wards from Magrath to Grassy Lake. A' similar gathering will be a week, later with' tho wards around Cardstmi; Apostles George F. Rich- ards and David O; McKay o[ Salt Lake City will be present. These men arc among the highest dignitaries In the 'church, being members ot the council of twelve'who gland next to the president JOBGUII H is" only occa.sibnaliy" that these officials visit this part of the-churcl and it is believed that there will be a Sarga turn out froin" tiio adjoining: districts. General pi'iegthbci! meet ing will bo Saturday .evening and there "will also be a hoUse dram atlc comedy presented at the opera house in the interest of the Sunday schools. By the talents of the Ray mond First Ward Sunday services will be devoted COST HIM Medicine Hat; Alta.; April Louis Guliuaiij of .Minda, was fined Cor common assault on John ICaupilla, a 'who worked for him. EWERT'S Cash Raising Jewelry Sale the Store on Sale at greatly reduced prices "20 to 60 per cent reduction. J A few lines we clid not mention ]asl advertisement: in our Ebony Goods 25% off. All Earrings' reduction Leather Goods reduced 5Q% including Hand'.Bags, Card Cases, Dririlung and Travelling Oases. need of a present or a nice piece for your home, our present, prices.on Cut Glass and Pickard China-'lrring these beautiful lines witliin the reach of ail; F A FWFRT LA. 1-jfT JLdVi Jeweler, Optician and Engraver C. P. R. time Piece Inspector. RED CORNER SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY A LARGE SHIPMENT OF EMBROIDERIES Just received which wo will put on sale tomorrow at Red Corner prices. Thene are in three- prices: Saturday. Hnturday. Saturday tOc 15c 25c Value -to 25c. .Value to 35c. Value to 75c. Wo haven't the space to tell you of those wonderful vniuos, but will lie.pluaBed on examination. "The Red Corner" Brlce A'. McKay. Corner 3rd Ave snd 6th St Simpson's Saturday Tomorrow we offer the best collection of season- able merchandise at prices that will compare favorably with anything yet offered. Read the list over-you can save money by trading here Tomorrow. A novel apparatus has been .most successfully tried for saving life at sea. It is the invention the HeinricU of Gestemueiide. The central part is of water-tight with two sleeves; the lower part is a metal bucket, and keeps the life-saving apparatus; by its weight, in a vertical posi- tion. The top part allows the person to look out by a sliding door, which is water-tight when shut. Inside 't'he food and drinking water can be stored, and the shipwrecked tnen can 'float and hold but for weeks. The whole apparatus can be easily stored on beard, and can easily be made ready for use in n. minute or two. Can the district raise tickling cucumbers? If so, and if.the farmers and gard- ners -will do so, there is a likelihood iat a pickle factory may be estab- :shed Here. The following bulletin has been issued by the Board ol Trade: Saed for Cucumber Pickles Commissioner Trncy states th manufacturers and canuers have, ex pressed as BOipe'vyha doubtful of the such prises in western C'iuindV; on accoun of the short giving season, espec tally for cucumbers for iiickloe- Mr Tracy i6 firmly convinced that cucum ber pickles can be successfully growi in the -Lethbrldge district, and desires to try oiit the experiment this -E A supply of selected; cucumber seed has been procured from the J Heinz Co., which concern is probably the largest enterprise of its charactei in' America, It is gardeners ant farmers in. the district should, try growing a small patch oC cucumbers from this seed, which be supplied free of charge at the of- fices of the Lethbridge Board of Trade. An extensive planting of cu- cumbers by one person is not recom- mended for this season. If, however, the experiment proves successful, an endeavor will be made to provide market for lai'ger quantities next year. Should those undertaking the ex- periment this grtfw more cu- :umbers than they will require for their own use, there will, doubtless b'o 'ound a profitable local market for the same this year. The following are Instructions to growers of cucumbers furnished by :he H. ,T. Heinz Co. (those interested should preserve this paper for future How To Raise Them The best soil for pickles is a sandy oam with a clay subsoil, which has >een heavily manured the previous ,-Ciir. On this soil no additional fer- llizer is heeded. Plough deeply and cultivate with i. disc harrow frequently until plant- ng time to keep the weeds ami grass lown, and keep the ground loose, "net before planting smooth the ground with a tooth harrow.. The ground is notv ready rbr marli- ng and planting. Planting Time The seed shou'Jd be planted as early as poBBible after the danger of frost Is passed, and the soil is warm, us- ually between June 1 and 10. To kill cut mix fifty pounds of wheat pound Paris green aud .two quarts of molasses into paste. Drop a pinch of the mixture near the plant to ba protected. Another remedy-is to take equal parts-of. air slacked lime, salt and ashes; >about five Train thV with the ro -s, so that a footpath will be provided for the the vines UA's become matteW.s can be raised in sections, and tho pickles conveniently picked from the' aide. Care must be used in handling vines, and replacing- them in -posi- tion. Begin picking as soon as there are pickles on the Vines; Pick the entire patch at least every other and when the vines are bearing well, pick daily. He careful not to injure the vines. Pick every pickle that is one inch and over in length. One large cucumber will exhaust the vine more than fifty small ones. Pick smali pickles from the vinos and others will mmetlialely set on, .but if a cucum- ber has become large before being picked, no ne'sv sets will appear for. dayii. 100 White Waists on Sale Tomorrow at 89c each Eight or ten different styles to chooso from; short or long sleeves, high or low neck styles. Values SATURDAY, ON SALE................. OvC Dainty Muslin Corset Covers 39c Just 3 dozen pf these pretty Embroidery and Lace Covers to sell at this price. The regular vailues are 50c and GQc OQft SATURDAY SALE OUC Frillings and Neckwear at Reduced Prices Saturday 20c 30c 35c 35c 35c Women's Kitchen Aprons 25c 4 dozen only of this line to be sold made from Prints and Ginghams of light and medium shades. Ail nave bibs and are easily worth 40c. On sale Saturday at.. CREAM AND WHITE LACE FRILL- INGS CREAM AND WHITE LACE FRILL- INGS AT FANCY POMPADOUR FRILLINGS AT LILLY COLLARS, ALL NEW AT........................... FANCY LACE COLLARS AND FISCHUES 1000 Yards of Fine Dolly Varden Crepes 15c .Another lot of thoso fine quality pretty Crepes just to plain colorings and floral designs; also some with borders. Values np to 25c. C SATURDAY, PER YARD............... .IOC Women's Strong Morning Dresses at This Is certainly a great dress for the money. They come in blue and grey stripes, neatly made and cut on correct lines. 4 flfi SATURDAY ............9 I iUU A Suit for Boys'Tweed Suits In grey 'and brown mixtures Sizes to 30. Double breasted styles bloomers ff SATURDAY PRICE.................93.43 Fine Lisle Thread Gloves 25c 'Another lot at those fine lisle Thread 2-hutton Gloves, for Saturday. Colors tan, grey, black and white. Keg. 35 and 40c values C9C Mercersized Lisle Gloves 24 Inch Mercerised Lisle CHovee, all Regular values 75c. Per pair.. Children's Fine Silk Lisle Ribbed Hosiery Colors tan. black and like silk hut wears much better. Prices 25c to 35c.-' Curtains Scrims and Bungalow Lace Nets Pretty styles at 20 and 2oc. Also better lines arid 50c Don't miss seeing these window draperies. The stock is now com- plete and very attractive. THE SIMPSON CO. LTD. 1 GEIS WEEKLY ItF HOLIDAY Feniie, B. C., April Mallan- (luin, of Victoria, chief engineer in charge of the Canadian Pacific irri- gation project at Windermcre, is spending a fW days in the city the guest, ot Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Irvine. The Rev. and Mrs. W. McNeil Wal- A. yield 01 two hundred bushels is I ton announce-the engagement o! their not uncommon and some farmers get eldest daughter, Mamie] to Mr. John .hree hundred and Jour hundrid I Forsythe Rill, manager of the Bank bushels per acre. One farmer raising .the Heinz Co. nicked five hundred twenty-five bushels from one acre. Pick regular and pick every pickle CONSTIPATION RELIEVED ENTIRELY AT OUR RISK Unless Roxall Orderlies relieveyourbowci roubles and make you feel like coming back p thank us for telling you about them, !len conic back anyway, and ask us to give ou back your money. This is just as trong as we can make this guarantee, and Tc want to make it strong, because we be- evo that Seiall Orderlies are tho best owel remedy made. Soothing and easy in action, they cleanse he bowels, thoroughly mr.g them, and make you feel great.. They romote easy and regular bowel action elp to promptly relieve constipation and vercome ilg cause. In these things they ifter from old-fashioned, harsh, disasitie- )le.salts and other physics which usually ve only temporary relief ami often leave ip bowels in worse condition than ever, hey taste like candy and even children tliem. They are particularly good for iildrcn and for delicate arid a'ucd people, i vest pbcket tln'liojcs; IDc, 25e, Kfo on can buy Rejmll Orderlies only at The Stores, and in tljia tdwn'on'y of tij.- D. Co., Limited. one inch long or over that you, can ind. The most successful growers are, without exception, the ones that are not afraid to piek smaller than he contract calls for. This keeps he vines strong and healthy, and as help the vines they will he'ip you. Within six weeks after planting, will begin to bear and in six veeks more the season will be prac- ically over. It requires much less ime than most crops. Planting the Seed In planting the seed make slmllo'w nrrows In iiiu soii, allowing a space f seven or eight feet between tho ows. If planting in bottom lands nake rows eight or nine feet apari in strength of soil. Plant the seed by dropping in the row one seed every four inches. Cover with loose, meiloiv earth, not more than one or one-and-a-half inches In depth If the soil is moist. If the soil Is dry, cover the seed with earth to a depth of two or three inches. When the plants are about sis Inches high, use a hoe, cutting put the -weaker plants, leaving them no eloser than one ev- bry'twelve or eighteen inches, Frequent cultivation necessary to produce a profitabie-crop. As soon as ths , targe enough to bo seen In rows, begin cultivating, and continue until the vines aro too long. Use a lioo 10 keep tbo plants free from weeds and grass. LARGEST STEAMER IN WORLD LAUNCHED Hamburg, Gennnnv, May new -Hamburg-American liner Vator- jand, the largest steamer In the world, Jias bad her trials hi Norweg- ah watora. She ninita SB.4 knots an hour against the 'wind, anil knots with it. Her machinery developed an average of horse-power of Hamilton, Sask. The marriaRe will take place the six- teenth of June at Christ chureh, Fel- nie, B. C. Judge Thompson of Cranbtook, is in the ciiy tin's iveclc. During. May, June, July, August and September the istores will be closed at noon on .Wednesdays. V. Simmons, of Vancouver, who is general manager of the Flathead Goal Co., is in the city superintending the shipment of machinery to their pro- perly in the Flat-head Valley. J. Gordon Smith, Victoria, C. B. IJichardsoli, and D. P. Gill of Nel- son, of the Provincial Land depart- ment, are registered at' the Fernle. The first ball game of the season will be played here this i afternoon be- tween ihe married and single men ot the Crows Nest Pass Coal Co., office staff. As both teams have been prac- tising bard for some weeks, the game will- be worth seeing. The married men are being coached by Robert Dudley, formerly In the protesaional class, aud the singles hy Elliott Kirkpat-rick, the.well known authority. PRACTICE TRUE EC ON 0 M Y BUY You get more tea for your money and a quality, that will delight yon by its excellence Send this Advertisement with 25 ctntt to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The- cook book for use in Western Canada, Write name and addreai MEATS THAT MEET YOUR APPROVAL We can please the most exact- ing-If your are hard to please we want you as a customer THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but notin price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 493 ;