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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y. May 22, THF HERALD I >4 WHOLESOME RELIABLE MARE IN TORONTO-- FILTRATION IS NQT SUFFICIENT ['During the'past week or ten days -the rivtr has.risen almost three feet. The pi evIons to the jam brought dpwii mountain inott', niid the rains also added consid- erably to-the volume of water in the river. -As a. consequence' of the the water-in'the river is very mudtis the city supply is showing the ef- of the changed conditions Ihe 'iiew louipoiarj filtei uliicli put jiuto n EK shorth aCtei the met sub jgideJ aftei the first spring rush is flow, all the water Sbnie of the citizens are objecHiijr stienuouslj against im- Jjmre .conditioner .IliG city water us it icomes the taps, but it would api oftr that the Council does not in 'lend to do furthei to guard pgalnsf mudch this The iHupuh hasiievei been clear 'since early spring -L after the river subsides sfo its normal once moie the fit Nation olant will he cleaned and put as good repair ab possible iml ARE WAITING ON GAS COMPANY McLAWS HAS NOT YET SEN OflNlON.OF AMENDEp BYLAW t AJt tfte !e City4Councll meeting jcs'e dfiy.'afternoonivspiiio'. ot the' altlurmt iniiulred what was being douu in co; nectlon with the new. 'gas bylav. wlik'h Is to so before the people th spring. Secretary lloblnson. statw that. a. bylaw ,had .been prepared b the City Solicitor and submitted to th gas company. :'ThIs wag done som three weeks ago, but'no word hi been received from them since. The company's solicitor will euto Ills objections to the bylaw tin dra-'te by the City; when som form of Crancliffic has been -decide upon by- both parties; the .bu'rgesse will bo given an opportunity .to GJ press their; approval or disapproval. It Is thought by the dt; that, owing to the 'request of the cit; of Calgiiry for cheafwr power rate j'om the gas company, ;tlio conceii docs not wish to press the matter H a-vote hero until Calgary is "answered TS then ansttei to the northein cit; will have some effect on the here. of the com pany in the city recently refused J rljscuss-1 nothing wil be Knottn until their solicitor Mr Alt .Laws, submits hie action on the new draft of the bylaw to the city, CROSSED THE ENGLISH CHANNEL Ofay Crbmberz the Belgian inlator crossed the Eiif, lish Channel .-monoplane, From Niuport, "ho started early -this] worn ing. "-When" the airman appeared over the little fishing port of St. Margarets, near where he dropped visiting cards, which was written 'regret to be-obliged Ho return to lfort 13elgiuTii ithout breaking my TWENTY CENTS ENTY DISHES- o dishes of Toasted Corn Flakes only cost one cent; and devised to supply the citizens there are actually- twenty- generous aqua ouia once moie (dishes in each oackage BOLTED BY PHONES. 1224 -r 111ft i Discern should grow pure cnotigli j i 'o enough for them, 7' stiong enough Uteri though Hit, road he B.iVretl Bio t Something to kuii ami somet to forget Hold fast the good and tor vet Test; on'and prove the pilgrim wis of votiih. That creeds are milestones on In road to Irittli, tomorrow Mrs. W. A. Hamilton and'not again mlil autumn. tomorrow Mrs 1 dg-u II Hill Airs. 'Edward. .J. Schl. N. T. McLeoii, nor again Mis eason Mrs. eason, M.. Freeman, nor again thi Miss 0 who Ins. been MSil ng Mrs. William Niven, Twelfth "SI. 'algnry, lias returned home. A communication from lira. G. i: 'layer, formerly of this city, slates liat ire much plcisnd la AIL oria and Iiavc purchased a' hcrou i lat cii-v Uirch. of the chool sUfi'-, ;who has hern tied to heir room sinve cported not much impi'ov CllllJ ill Hit little daughter of nnd Jin, W I Nelson Rdpath E i recovering from her attack of' scarlet fever.-awl 10 quirtntifiL pmbiblj be raib thr- first pf Ijlip 1 he nl is announced of I'M Kughtci oi Kathleen ake Colenian, of Hamilton; to- Mr 1 ooimr of grandson th, late Han A'dls, Han il- n Mrs (olennn is viidelj know n hi i 'omn ilistit, pen name oi it DOCTORS TELL YOU THAT PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE APPLY THAT TO YOUR FEET t THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DIE EVfcRY 'YEAR THROUGH IMPROPER PRO TECTION TO THE FEET. iliACH KIND QF j rWlATHER REQUIRES ITS OWN KIND OF J I i It is foolish to go out on a wet or snowy day without rubbers. To do so is to invite coughs and haps death. A pair of rubbers is i therefore not only preventive but a coughs and cokk Qel Vour, npt w'jjt-lftitll feet i toropel joii i All kinds of ruhbers'at? all ol prlcto will bo round ai this store_- TOGGERY Flis 1 Sir-Ralph ovcrnor of N'cwromKllund, with Mr. Jsxin and u-ith Rt R I Boideh Hoi den had the honoi then (I IIighncbspEr thr Duke and of Connaught Friday cvc iftorwards to thc( ball York nub. A number of picnickers have ranged to spend Victoria Day at S Man U'voncttrs cirmng the jo ly: himcli will start out about ti jo'tlocl on I ml-u morning Include j m the inrlj ire Mr and Mrs Lisl and Mrs. Bascoc, Aliss Anderson i Miss cimcron Gihner Miss Marrison. Miss Con lin, Miss Archibald, .Miss .Jones, Mis IrMnc and "VIcssi1. t rmck shanks, Dixon, Mnrtin, Davis, Hci ley, RotlnvcII. Kierhr and Radcliffc A plcnsing ovcnt occurred this 'af jcrnoon at the-home of Mrs. W: W Neclanri, Wesley ladies' Aid soc eU presented fici i cut gli bowl. Neolan.l, who has-bccn nieinber of the Aid for some years ant also vice-president for last vcar k-ucs about the fusl oi Inh to side in Calgary. Tlio members of the socich 'felt that could not a (ingihle cxp J-ion or their ition "Mrs Nee land lodged the gift gra iiludc. An informal ti'mo vas spen iii social intercourse. Fifty-three vfslUng delegates will tic in attendance, when the Annual Convention'of (he-Diocesan Hoard ;oi the Albcrffi Branch of tlic Women's Auxiliary in the church in Canada in St. Angusthi's church 61 Inne 3, 5, and a 01 St Migustin b Uo men'; is in receipt of tlie full list to dale, includes1 Mnmbcrs of Diocesan Hoard, Cal- Mon. Pinkham, Hci'nard. .1. T. Child. Recording .Secretary and Leaflet T. Hellcw Corresponding A Hume- Dorcas W. .1, Mnl- AssisUnl Dorcas Wood? Orgauix.ini; and Literary Secretary H. H. Henderson. W. H. Mitchell iSoLrclnit IrtiMiur )ay Fund ui4 L'wtcd Thank Oficring Mrs Mrs 1) Spcncc Mrs dcdiles i ton, MIJ. Uod Mibs [Jcoutn I ftuCa fiiill ii I Mrs Knight, Uirdc s Iiickci, tj, Miss 1 Hnghsli PnestU, ST fii tMis ahncld Miss md Mrs ind Mis Dick'rfs reek1 DUcgutes Mrs iUon w i- Mrs r Lcatnn intl Mrs ITexp C laresholm Miss Hood and iUis Bernard Millarvillc, Clrctton and Miss Watt Red iJccr Mis ilalstcad Mrs Uilwn Jtfts J'oss and Mcs Pike, t VcgtLiiIJe Mn S and Mrfe T W line Sorccc ITSCMP Mis llean ami Tifivr Okotqks MJbs ndham and Mrs harper Mrs. Beach and Mis Stacpoh Cfltjchen, Mrs. .Dickcnson ind Mrs. Buckley Ahx Uelegiles-ftfis Walter Parflcj intl Mrs..E. M. Parllcv Clubs and Societies TheL-Jndcp'cndcnt. Order of. Good I'oinplars wiir nrcct in Kennedy's lall'tomorrow night at eight o'clock. V good attcmhrce is requested St. Augusl'ih's church, which oinmemorating its 35th anniversav ii' Sunday next by special service nd on i garde has .a unique distinction hat-it was-the first brick buildin reeled in Lcthbridgc. The M Si ItUUh Wfli HILLLJ at the home exandcr, akon-hy Mrs, U. Gray. Iinmcti leh follow ing ij bpcci i! meeting he Ladies' Aid-Society will lie11 nffi Mestminsl" uyiMirrov, (lliui ,P J the topic will I lie loril V, I I con I'ibuted the following itbni lid Labor for publieitioh If a laboring man buys wor and s ?30 7 of labor and in fouving oit'i pf bujb 7 ortli of liboi fe In MOO liquor he ij-> ?i 3o worth of labor If 8 lab oring men spend for furniture clothnie etc and at the same time tlicj obtain s'.ipplieK for their families stiihulate business" and add to the for labor, '.'If he spent in a saloon onh for labor, tlie families are inadc wretched, and the.-men them sch cs nl nlc u oisc plu sicallj limn oially and morally, their jobs arc imperilled and they have wasted their money. Liquor is labor's worst enemy All the senior and .junior girls connection with Westminster Sunda school are requested to report fo ;iractice Friday afternoon at thre o'clock on il'e grounds just east c he parsonage. The juniors arc cs lecially urged, as they need to roum iito -shape for a scheduled matcl vilh St. Andrew's on June 3rd. A pleas tnt heli home of Mrs. D. A. Simpsoi ,his afternoon: The, members of Uu Art "club surprised Mrs nnd i delightful Unit pent, the affair-taking1 the form-o! 'Humble tea The Most .Popular Yeast Ipn t the' fact t'u White Elites ndmiradoii hoK'ver "tried proof, Hint they are ui ProvM to yum c aliiifarlion by orrlofiiis a package i 'jour grocer, oi' iend -fir satn !u, Swan ,SpfccB "Cereals united, Toronto Ontario. J liat won't cake' WINDSOR TABU; SAVT n it but pu Kllt-u4 ftll Hit." Salt, and I doi't Mr kifwl of So im we wnitlda t wmt to haiullf y other W.Jik'e to sell Windnor Salt I I I I I EMPIRE-MADE GOODS Only goods produced within the Britisli; Empire Offered at Our Week-End Sale Fud.n being Dmpue Dfn and a guiojal ol icjoicing lluough- out (he on i sale uill coiniiiejice on jnorn- iim and icsume on As a filluio uMiiuulw ol the extent ol 0111 " Einpue nnd to ol goods aic pioduc- cd lu'jio.illi (he old and .SnUtiday onh those thai arc piodutcd stnctly its bounds Ready-to-Wear Clothes from Ontario Oin huloiics in I IK- mst aie (Otin> piodu-iuo JJcnch-lo-Wrai clothes that (uu equal, il not stupass am juoduccn ui the Embroidered Waists Made from a very fine Nain- sook or lawn and neatly em- broidered; very s-tyllsh models, Midi Waists Made from a strong white Repp, produced in Canada and modelled on Canadian lineb red or: navy collars. with bows to match. Man Tailored Waists Cut .by .Canadian 'workmen made and finished i the Loniinion -the c wai ts repie spnt the last, woid in phin tailored styles.- Some have tuck- ed _froute "with" others perfectly plain. and will laundry" as' newytuT'the last thread. Any of these Waists are well worth from to Thursday and Saturday Special at Dress Skirts and Underskirts from Eastern Factories Dress Skirls made from Canadian tweeds, nan- amas and serges; modelled in Canadian factories ire a strops line Oils week end of them would be good lalne at 00 but voil cJn displn md bj pin CO 7C cbasing Uiom on Thniodaj at 0 Canadian .sateen is1 the material chosen for this special line of underskirt0 aid are one of them in the factories in tile East knife pleated frills oi flounces Just the thmj, for haid Meii 1 linrsdi) and Sri11 rda 75 cents and I 6ome Staples from The Old Land hen is c'ojncs lo piodiinng staples ol Hie kind nnd the bc-sl foi AOUI inoncv, those JH the old coulilay an Just Slieeluij; Of that good substantial weave that is only produced in one b'ut the, price wilr he re- duced for this great sale and lou can purchase it i2 in uide foi per }d Towels 'Are Turkish in -name for .they are produced from the mateml beneith he old Wliite 01 rod fatnpe well worth 40c per pair Thtlrs. tt Sat. jlalr 30c Towelling; A product of old Ireland purt linen a.nd joi nould be pleased to b ly It in the regulir at pci Mild Thnr daj and Satuidaj Mill it dow n to 4 I fa 2 English Prints, Hose and Bed Spreads Priiith al '-sJ innti in light colors; and'you know the colors .the last.- are noil worth lie but Thins and Satin ne of 4 O 1 fci them at I 2 nefae ire a njion't beaiy wome JOl.lO Ladies' Hose at 25c. pine uhite but 01135' lo wasli they, would English manufacture, in all the be good binjiig: at double the s sires fiom 8 2 to monoj full rhursdin nnd Palurdnj il onh 10 C 4 4 A 9 I I U offered a great "baigam on rhursda% and Satur di> at per pah Canada can Produce Neckwear as well as Wheat Anyone Ihmks il to outsjtlc the Dominion fffi; call and soo the voiuleihil dibplin in oiu window Ihal is piodutcd sU.ii.lly on r.niacli an soil got togethei a woiderful collection of all kinds ind stjles KNIT NECKWEAR in all colors accordion knit FINE SILK NECKWEAR 11 pHin colors or with cross stripes phln colors .ind heather mixtures bgidered endi cioi 'atupes spots and a ieo of pnlterns About jO in all lo select from and the i allies run from oOc and TJC 10 ?1 00 On Thurs da} and Saiurd ij meij necktie will be leduoed lo Scotch Linoleum Wears the Best M.i do in Tvnoakh, Scot land impoiled dim i b] us on Ihilisli and CVvnadiau f? m ,g RRlter-ls floial or tile also a few rolls of Cinadian mnnufac line per square Tlus neier foi one moment loses its idontit and 'n weal It Till Iiutation th j tonn Ins made for itself of produc Ing tue leu bcbt Srotrli Floorcloth Scotch Linoleum II md. block minted and fullj matured lsome TOIJ choice de signs both in tile and matting patterns per squire JlC >ard 40C a very upcclal offer and can only be obtalntd on Thunday uphold the undeniable re Scotch Inlaid Patterns through biek thia pattern to the Irst a large choice of designs per square }ard OUC and Saturday thii week Tea from far Ceylon and Sugar from British Columbia will mingle in the cup that cheers A sack of Sugar from B.C. and a 3 Ib. tin of H' B. Go's Ceylon Tea, Thursday and Saturday Carriaval Toilet Soap, reg. 40o for SOc H