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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 Y AT THE C Corner llth Street and 4th Avenue South _A white carnation in memory of a deceased mother A colored carnation in memory of a living mother RAILWAY BUYS UP ALL TEE TREES No Home Grown Stock Available for Prairie Cities EDITED BY Office Phone, Residence 'UNO." ,1224 620 Mav western grown tree murkei has bwn cornered, -and the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- pany, in this instance is thc "bull" force.-ueriind. llie., corner. However corner in this applied .-Maclcod Ives left'for .the cast Tuesday for-a Tisit to'.her .'aid home. as and 'is ;in siop .Oft.at cd with .The itativc .has been obtain? ed. th'dt tlw.Canadian Pacilic Rail way- company is behind, a ail nu'jser.y. I that Bessie Hazcll motored to Cal-; present. The will be held at gary .with the'T. S- Mac'tferizit; party i 4 o'clock. .Sunday will be Mother's day, andjj ill be celebrated by the people" of town and city in ;l tbe States. In i man, t-r.r, i or MASON RISCI-t PIANO CO.. Dominion Blk. Phone 731." periwking j grown" within -the .-country.. .Edmonton and Sixskat'ooti .have-both had to look Elsewhere, bothv cities., importing two-carloads of nursery stock-.from' the United States. The Canadian Pa- ci.'ic Railway's aim is not to corner the tTce market Tor the purpose of preventing the cities securing theni; or with the hope of making a financial success out of the deal, bur is rather that the company may- beau tify its stations along the line, and supply the company's gardens with proper shade trees. Tht- deficiency is already being.felt, and Regina is liable to have to go without trees as well as the other cities. Information obtained 'from and G.. E-Mail in-.'and, lit- tlc-.damrbtcr. the service. j' fcir-gc-t ty.' 'mother I j on that, day '..by; weiring! a "carnation, j the m.others' flower. in-'tlieir Wear a Carnation for Mother's Sake To honor the best mother who ever li piir Tfeat Is the '.-Motaers' Bay. A vdslte" flo-wer for mothers A flower for mother's We are a large assortment' of flowers appropriate for Dav, offered- ,ar oil.r moderate prices. Florists For Sale CO.; cosy on Mrs; Conybeare 'enterUua- j very ,at ev- to a couple-..of. out.roi1 town- visitors. ,two; tables were-in play.: fourteen members "of. St.. Cyprian's -irie'i ;with Mr-s. Jos-.j. eph. Morgan y-estefday' afternoon to' .-take! the final a--number of 'and daiut-y.. articles, to The.Retail- Clerks' Protective Asso- ciation .have made elaborate prepara- tions-tor their first-.-semi-annual ball to he held..this .evening, in the Pyth- at 9 o'clock. The music promises to be especially good and a late supper will, tie .held at the Alex- andra Plot el. F. O'Hagan and little son anci-jdaughter, who have spent a most be disposed -of at their bazaar, which I will be held at 'the rectory next Wed- j Inesdav afternoon. A home table j varied sources indicate that the unin- j delightful winter .in .California, arriv- tentional corner of the -tree majrRet i ctl in the city Wednesday and. have i w.jil. be asevere blow to western civ! been -the guesxs oi Mr.'and Mrs. T. and home made sweets'booth will be features of the event. Ice cream and itea will be secvcd during the after- noon.- Two new members were wel- comed into the auxiliary yesterday, they were Mrs. and Mrs. A. ..I. Jones. .The next meeting wiH be held Thursday. May 18th, George McLean, G-lyn- street. j The' Knox church choir; concert lies'., A niirscrvinan from .Edrr-onton, j.W, McEachern. They left this after- {which will be'giver, in the'church on I while-in the city this con-.! noon "for Calgary to spend a few next, is being antici- firmed the statement that Edmonton Frank; -AU 11 (3 Board. meeti Dr. O'Hagan. last oi- year. This excellent result I trccs from the states; us clue', in no to the j all.-stock had been taken up by the j splendid work of 'Mrs, Railway Company. I the secretarv nf the-sodetv, and is a- The Canadian Pacific Company's i brated. a double wedding at high noon purchases of the past few months j when he united in ma rri- l f DCC. her Ia'wul es I paled: with pleasure by a large nuni- {.ber of the .music-loving people of the B. Coaldalc, at j city. ,'As this is an animal erent and I tjie home of Dr. and Mrs. Cragg, cele each' year a number of new members are added the musical treat the choir gives the public, .is always looked for .Tbe concert this .church', for year evening. A fair were present. V.'.- Simpson electe'd' reprcsenta- i uuu. ._..-, r J.V. J" and- indefat.igab.le. that oi consismpents ,.b seen at; the I-L- Carlson and Miss Mar j spring under the of the di- J I T -rrlll aQClirPfllV taose who supported various stations along the line, to-be j The Tjustee Board', reported the! used For beautifying railway prera purchase n[ Knox .Methodist- -.-.-church i is from the. .Presbyterians, at :'a cost of.j' !0.0.' About been i ai Anderson. Both couple left on j rector, Mr. Lay ton, will r. train for their surpass all previous events kind of meeting which I meets.. lieze and ISth. the people of, aj ports. from the various j smal, 'debt or- sioO stilt remains' un-' SroAvn trees. The the The demand of the'company; steads, which arc near Mnfl given by tne orgamza.iuu, who I'ir.'Vf1 for several has sapped the nurseries, i Tiieraners of the Ladies' Aid j weeks. As the .choir contains se ver- Society--oi the First Baptist church I al- bi the premier solists oi the city. dayschool, Avork. ..The Sun- the able superin- -pattiason, reports. aa- -enrollment pt. cighty-Eoitr scholars j and- eleven and has raised of year; A-id --Society. paid. Assistance was from i the Missionary Society... of a.'.financial'i nature- I tern nurseries is -not 01 thc sufficient to ar'e'Tbiisy today preparing for their I besides the number of sol- will give os ;Xand -duetts the demand and unless consider-. par i church th is. year is: upwards j I.nT'n Catarrh. WHOOPING COUGH CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS sale and tea, which will be held in the-school room of" vhc church to- variety -to tlie carefully and well se- more activity is evinced and evening. There lected --programnve. of the nurserymen there is be an aPron anri handkerchief of the Handicrafts Guild of Edmonton are sending tow- I els as; Coronation: gift to: Queen "these are being: displayed -in feted j tv.-p principal shop windows by' her "Havcrgal College friends and of that city this It is a well others in that city. There have been j known fact that Her Majesty the.Monday and a w.eH_ .st0clccil pantry table, tea--ami cofTcr'-Trilr-be i function .took place ,go v.-ithout. "The nurserymen cannot keep- -up the said Malcolm at the Knox Methodist Church on j superintendent, of U. S. Military Aid to., .Hammond. Spijcjs to? tea's- galore given in her honor and i Queen, takes ;a dec? interest in pro- she .was. fortunate enough to be inmioting arts and handicrafts, conse- chjal troubles, -without dosinc the atotcach -with 'drugs.- 'Used thirty The.aic itsitind ttxongly mtiHptic. icrpied .willicVary r the throat, ud cotich. .with young: cfepdren boea to ..'.from Adttoii. Send 05 descriptiva booklet. :-ALL DRUGGISTS Try Anti- isptie TbeoafTahleta forthehrritatecl throat- evening "last, .when-a_ ;.large interviewed today. "Just today jnmrrber of friends Mrs- Chas. j was talking to a nurseryman from liams, joined with the Ladies'- Aid Edmonton who. confirmed the [Society in giving'her a hea-rty' 'sen.d- Winnipeg in time to hear the field--choir r ist, VMischa Elman. _., v., ULIV. Shef- quenUy of the Canadian, field--choir and thc wonderful guild decided to give Her i that' 'the Canadian Pacific had "eaten off. Mrs. Williams, who some stock.' Your information'- is time'been the faithful and efficient j reliable airjghtf as far as I know. I President of the Society, was on the know that a great deal.of difficulty jeve of her departure fpf-.'Cranbrook encountered in iere_she will, in future, .reside. Miss j tern grown t.reeSi ,and in many aid antiaeptic. joor r-'drusj3SBt from us. IQciagcatnps. YapDCresoieni'Co. -MONTREAL- H. i-'aiil gave .two readings; and sev- stances trees have had-to he obtaia- sral "rarnes played. -On behalf uf l-he 'ladies, ;K.ev.- K. Kingston, the "pastor, presented Mrs. j Williams with an. address and "a bread and set. The best .Wishes oi an ed from other sections of the coun- try.-The only kind of stock thafrwill dp "well in' this country is that grown" right here, as stock imported seldom lasts over a vear or so, and never jci'.tire a'll "creeds and j "does as 'well. j classes, accompanies Mrs. -Williams to "The blow is a hard one, for ih'cr new, home. 'THE The.nest the Majestic specimens of the handwork J Theatre will be'the dramatic event of her. .Canadian subjects. r.vcry the afternoon a woman's branch of the jruild in Canada is send- greatest plays ever, winch -.will Ciyic :Club to -work in conjunction ing a, gitt... .-Edmonton's contribution j be offered to the .theatregoers, oi ,this Board of'Trade, will be or-j is a-set .of unique by city on Wednesday next .Tjnited' officers elected. The int-jthe Paithenian-baiiadians at Mundare. produ-cers'; of'several B will be held in St. Aug- The ae f hand-woven linen successes, have .-.sent this attrac- ustirT'.s hall and every woman, who is interested in the growth of bridge is urgently -eth- aled with a.rlist-ic borders and cross-stitch work. Each to be..I represents thc-labor of oi atlas Pon -on tlle road, according to [endorsements- it. h-2S received-Crom Uce press, it'is: a- merltorjouii, one. One (were the j ,tern! cities for the most part- t-e'risive plans for development 'along that. line. The cities were too -slow in realizing 'there is no time like the j present' in which to carry out plans j of improvements, when the stocks- of j trees arc ,so small and to he diminished at any time. The railway. I companies have taken the step in ad- vance of tne cities and have secured the stock necessary to carry-out.their I plans; and "the cities have had to '-do j the best then can. Saskatoon. 1 oin-' derstand, has'had to import two-car- loads from the States, but formerly when Saskatoon 'transplanted trees. from thc south, very poor results, were obtained. For my part I believe; the railway company has gained march on the cities, and a good-one The fact remains the stock has been bought up, and the nurserymen' ad- mit It is that ths'.cit- ?x 'jedienn'e. scored a. .big hit with her Jtiieatre would be bfetter off.'' dered pumice and'a'wet cloth f; then giving them a coat of varnish. AT THE EUREKA -One. pf r.lie 'best programnies seen inline city for some time was on last night at.the Eureka. and Wcrth had ;a good, complete change last created no end of laughter, the singing com- good comedies and there was 'not" a- leading papers: moment througnout the entire show. PANIC .VAUDEVILLE THEATRE A panic occurred in one of the-large vaudeville --theatres in Seattle about! five years ago, when Prof. Menial, who; was appearing there was unable to Had Severe Pains is ter waiting fp.r.sayeral minutes for jects to appear, the prolessor commenc. l'ed drawing.people frcin the audience! Lead pipes (upon the stage. This resulted in ai j panic which emptied-the house in Jess] icsan five minutes. It might be JJ "iZF L !uoned' however -.that Prof. '.Mental hi SlCLTdily VT I has this, practice, and theijl I'nas abandoned; this.practice, and the j patrons of the Majestic Theatre need jhave no..fear, of, being drawn from the! f -Mr. Alfred E. Davis, Gorrie, Ont.T i auditorium to tbe stage. Another rj] some years I suffered from panic occurred in tli-e People's "Tender, uplifting, and "compelling." York World. I "An excellent plot. :--A American. i "The p-lay moves'; along; with -gi'ea.t j the audience Great Britain congnt scientific instru ments EMUf s Economical 's -Kidney Pills, aud after taking to the pit below a uistance of overj oxes J was entirely cured, and feel itiirty feet The subject, however, two boxes ALL RKFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE, YOU WANT TO IQliT THE RIGHT KIND THAT INSURES PROPER AIR CIRCULATION'- OUR- -REFRIGERATORS WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE ODORS FROM MAK- ING YpUR BUTTER AND MILK TASTE." WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE, ies throughout the covmtry are ..-not- that I cannot speak voo highly ia their .js r.he" returned to the the only bodies that have arranged .favor. 'staye uninjured. for The beautifying of their districts; .was nearly four years ago and I j as the railway companies also'1-ave stiil raaiain cured. undertaken "elaborate plans for hnau- tifying their premises. As Mr. -Koss said, it appears that The railway companies gained a march on the. cities, and have sapped thn market of the western grown article. Compasses with the dials coated with.luminous paint ao that they may be read in r.he dark are to be supplied ho the German army for Use in raaneu vres.. Efforrs are made to iiicrtaso tobacco indusifry in Ireland, the STARLAND -vrho have .been troub.'od j is'tin, s uaderffo" jwimeesed the excejlent programme of or aching bsck pictures at this popular theatre from the kidnoya, and when the kidneys ,last and 'the management with ire out of order "the whole system becomes jtiieir usual enterprise have today deranged. 'array of photo plays very suitable Tor V.poan's Kidney Pill; tre a specific for Friday and Safurday's programme jtliar. it be. hard to ouTclass. or! whloh is Said 10 "'-They help the kidneys to flush off His Trust is ihe leading.'! acrid "find poisonous which havb collected, thus ciearing out iho kidneys, bladder and urinary passages. 7-Price 50c per box or 3 for --o. at all dealers or flirei" on receipt of price by The T. Co., Limited, If orderjiig direct feature. 'I'-iiis picture-jg ifor originality, iiOiinR- iiid scenery. It! :ia a fo the famous picture i and Twer-day, "tl.o vhion took so xvell and! by full houses winch' When buy Blue Ribbon Tea, Cot'fce. Bukiug Powder or other Blue Rib- bon lines yon save money. No'l'oiilv do you ger better flavor but rhey And you are JH buyiug Blue Ribbon lines i'or they ans j guaranteed. Tour, refund your-money if you are not .fuiiy I. iarii-ried. V.'e chit you' vet urn lie balance of the-, article bougiit. j, Bur .-.ve .Teel sou- will bir ueliguted wuh vbese when once you f; n-v ;