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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MAT THE LttHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK ELEVEN Aftet Supper Specials Busy Store On Sale from 'f until 10 o'clock 200 pairs Boys' Heavy Bibbed Cotton School Hose, all sizes..............'. 18c Wide Silk Ribbon, all new shades, regu- -I A lar 15 and 20c yard for.............. 1UC Ten only colored Satin Underskirts, gold and sky, regular 1 Extra large Turkish Towels, linen shade p only, regular 60c for 25 pairs Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, sizes lip to Ladies' House Presses, Print and Per- j regular Kil.50 and for...... Men's Silk Lisle Socks, samples worth up to 50c pair; 5 pairs for 00 A lot of Boys' Wash Suits direct from- (M 50 New York, from 1, EXTRA-READ THIS flinu-l clean up sale of Ladies' priced from p to' early fljifd gets the worm. Be here at 7 o'clock sharp Rylands Co. The Busy Store f JEST SUES AN Montreal, May return more optimistically inclined than when I started said Sir Tiianas Shaugnocssy, back from the' west. He saw signs of the general strihg- Ciiey. He noticed that there had yet to' "come unmistakable signs of re- covery. Improvement, indeed, was be- ginning "to manifest itself, but it was not marked nor would it be so ior tome little time. _ '.'I 'coulii scc.Jhe state of things, ns far as our own business is con- .cerr.cd, in the trains, iji the hotels, in tho freight shrinkage, which found little, comparatively, to Peo- ple are on an even keel, they are marking time. I do not look Ior any great recovci'y until the fall when, if have a good'crop (and all -the signs point that there .willbc a recovery, anil -that of a whole- some and rational nature. "On the other hand there is noth- ing in this country fundamentally.un- sound from the point of view. If I thought difierently, I would; with the evidences of .'.tring- ehcy, begin'to reela little anxiwis. That is i hot the case, country is sound. No vital interest lias been irretrievably hurt. As far as we are concerned our position is strong. There has been a shrinkage, but when we consider our returns up- on the stock, when we consider, aliove all, that the business of. the country, in its large aspects, is sound and that, we share in it, there I is no cause for .anxiety. "The stock has its intrinsic value, apart from-any interest up with it which may. cause fluctuations; "And then, too, we have other large assets, not directly associated with the business, strictly. Of course, they may be afiected by the fluctua- tions But they have their inherent value." FINANCIAL POST GIVES LETHBRIDGE A PUFF ON ITS 1913 AUDITOR'S REPORT Mayor-Hardio and his colleagues at the city hall are ail a little puif given to the city by the Financial Post of Canada in the is- sue of May 2nd. The article ed-in a very prominent place, and 1 was inspired by the auditor's report for 1013. H reflects credit upon Mr. Gilison and the commissioners, and is as follows r Some of the auditors' reports ot the. smaller cities of Canada are much clearer and. more businesslike thin reports from tho Hrgcr-cities. ,Wc havfi1 before us the annual report Issued hr the city Qf 1 cthbrldgcj and itunjJHB 'SilverforServicc] When purchasing silver1 you are sure of depend- ability beauty if It U This brandif r'Htant lohgKnrico because ilioiioivitoi'uilvcrphio. .Loot .tor lhe..lrademait, "'l it it is a good example of a report that can be understood by any person.o! average intelligence, without the ex- penditure of an unreasonable amount of time and patience.. There is a clearness about this document that speaks well for the administration of the municipal affairs of the- leading coal city of Southern; Alberta. There docs not appear to be tire. slightest efforts to conceal deficits or tax ar- rears. They are stated clearly, .so that he who runs may read, A bal- ance sheet so ahsplutely clear and full, giving what ratepayers Und what buyers of ,dty securities want to know cannot fail to enhance the credit of the city issuing Each utility is dealt with separately, and comprehensively. In this way-the ad- ministration of the affairs :of the city can he by their frankness, and tho city .council by their good judgment in issuing their report, have' brought credit up- on themselves. The JJngllBh of Sheffield has four hundred concerns engaged in tho manufacture of steol.i Vermont's first, marble quarry, op- ened nlioiit slii: is being profit- ably operated. WM1PIEMB FOR ENGLAND i'NDAY FAREWELL TOMOR- FAREW1LL 'TO', BRIGADIER AND MRS, HUNTER The week end services at the Cita- del will be oi a very special anil in- teresting character. .Brigadier anA Mrs. Hunter who lavo been staying with friends during the last: tin. months will be conducting farewell services and next week will leave LethbridgB for the Great Interna- tional Congress to be held, at Lon- don, Eng., after which they will re- sume their journey India, where they will be again taking up Mission- ary Work. There will be a service this even- Ing at 8 p. m., to which the public Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 A LAUC1II A. laugh is like the sunshine. It 'fteslieifo'a'll She day It tips "the' peaks of life with light And drives the clouds away. The soul grows glad that hears it, And feels its courage A laugh is just like sunshine For'Cheering'folks along. A laugh Is-just like music. It lingers.in the heart; And where its melodies arc heard are. heartily invited, also special ser- j The ills of life depart. vices at 11 a. m. 3 and 7.30 p. m. 'Sunday- In the afternoon the happy thoughts corae .crowding Denial'Ingathering will take placo. At i In joyful notes to this service all the funds given and I A laugh is just like music collected for the Missionary- work For making living will he presented to God.'A profit- able service is anticipated. On Monday evening a Public Fare- well Suppei will be held at 7.3ij at which Brigadier and Mrs. Iftinter will finally farewell from their many friends. Captain Tutte will also fare-' well for the International Congress Hostesses on Monday Mrs.. F. J. Redmond, for the last time this season. Dr. and Mrs; Fred T. Knight, of Viotoh, are guests with Mr. and Mrs W. A. Fourth Ave., S. '-Mr. M. who has been ill to which he has been appointed delegate to represent Southern Al- berta. All friends of the Brigadier _.__. ___ and Mrs. Hunter should secure a j for the past two weeks, is able ticket and be present at this to be up again.; event, as Ihis is the last tims they will be able to hear them for at least seven or eight years. FORGOT BOARD BILL: SOAKED Flrlt Conviction in. ,Cranbrook Under Criminal Code Amendment Cranbrook, B.C., May first conviction was obtained in Cran- brook under the new clause in the Canadian. Criminal Code, which pro- vides for a fine of one hundred dol- lars or. three months' imprisonment for .any found- leatly obtaining board or lodging at a hotel or lodging house, 'when H, L. Douglas was; sentenced to sixty days in jail by Jlasistrate Arnold, Doug las unpped out after putting tip at the Royal Hotel fbl some UmeiJand arrested in Lettibndge, ana brought tack to the city If Mr. of Plattsville, Ont., is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Gtorge Whelen, Sixth Ave., S. 'f Mrs. Layrack leaves night on visit to her home in EnglaiAl. Mr. C. M. "McLennan and Mr. Mac- Donald will' be week-end visitors in Raymond. THe 'Nursing Mission will hold tea froni four to six-thirty at the home of, W. Robinson on Monday afte'rjicKm. The public1 is. cor- dially invited to come and make this tea, a success, as the work of the Nursing Mission is a most necessary and valuable one and worthy the sup port of all citizens t Mrs W-' lime Gfev" who for borne toem efficient and tt J} 'i 'it There It Is! IF Chemical analysis of an ordinary cup of tea shows that it contains about 1% grains of the drug caffeine (coffee also contains caffeine.) Actual Government lest has demonstrated that 5 grains of caffeine were sufficient to kill a'rabbit..'. Of course, human beings sire stronger than rabbits, but there are people who can drink tea or coffee regularly without sooner Or later feeling the effects of caffeine poison- ing, commonly shown in headache, indigestion, bilious- ness, sleeplessness heart agitation and other ills. Thousands of people, tired of tea and coffee troubles, have found relief by changing'to POSTUM Made only from choice whole wheat and a bit of mo- Insses, POSTUM is a pure food-urhik wiiji a delicious taste. It contains nourishment, including phosphates grown in the grain, but is .absolutely free from the drug, caffeine, or any other harmful Postuin how comes in two forms: lf Regular be boiled, loc and 25c pkgs. Instant soluble powder, requires no.bpiling. A spoonful stirred into a cup of hot water makes a delicious beverage instantly. 30c and 50c tins. The cost per clip both kinds is about the samfc; There's a Reason for Postum by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postuin.Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Oiit. energetic teacher of the young ladies' classrqt Sunday school, and1 is" retiring Irom' active was surprised by the members of her class at her home on Thursday even- ing and presented with a bcautiiul nut bowl. A pleasant time was en- joyea in social intercourse and games. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Simin, Sliss Collier and Master Joseph Siram, M'ho left last night for England, where they will make their future 'dome, were the guests ot a gathering the teachers and officers of Westminster Sunday school in the church on -Thursday evening. An inforiiial social time was spent in games, dainty refreshments being served. The departing workers were pre- sented with'a picturfe of the teach- ers and bnicers.of the school, which will, no doubt, often recall tho pleas- ant and profitable limes spent to- gether in Westminster Sunday school. Mrs..51. ClarkeV'313 Fifth Ave., S., celebrated her birthday by entertain- ing at a dinner party on Thursday evening; Covers were laid for twen- ty-four, pink and white 'carnations decorating the table, while the birth- day cake, which rested m the centre, was adorned with valley lilies, Mr. W, A. Davidson proposed the toast to the hostess, to which shft suitably responded. Mrs; W. Webster, of Moun- tain View Mr; and Mrs. F. of Dawn Ranch, -near Magrath Mr. CJrey. and Mr. C.. R. Going, of Moun- tain -View, were among the guests. Mrs. Clarke's great grandson, H. H. Piton, jr., son oi Conductor .Pit- on, presented Mrs. Clarke with a bouquet lilies. Mrs. J. j. Furman and Miss M. Clarke, poured .tea, Mrs. W. W.Pratt cut. Sam .-Shaw poured the wine; while the 'guests were received by Mrs. H; H. Piton. After tho dinner a whist drive" was enjoyed by all present. TICKDliL-GARNH 'A; quicf wedding was Trinity church, Hardieulle, on Tues- day Mav 7th, at eleven o'clock in the morning, when Miss Mabel Garn- ham became the bride of Mr. Evan James Tickell. The bride was at- tended by Miss Mabel Ash, while Mr. George-