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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vrlflay, May 23, 1913. THK LETHKRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 8 And DWTT Forget 0 Shopping is only half done if you forget the Maple Buds. Children must have sweets. Their little natures crave for dainty sweet things. Bad for them? Not Cowan's Maple Buds, "urc milk, pure pure chocolate. What could be more nourishing and wholesome What else could made them such favorites with intelligent mothers? Make the children happy. Give them sweets you know arc good. Put Maple Buds on your shopping list. THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS UNLESS THEY'RE Calls or, Ratepayers to Vofe for ha COWAN CO., Limited TORONTO, OnUrio MAPLE BUDS Bylaw-Work is Very Imperative tio'i to Ilic bilaw whii-b. bad teaihed be voted down. A motion moved by A Kitten- l'aimin in the company. Dialled a rtoad In o'tdtr lo make a roadway to subdivision on tie flat around tho bend ot the river, which could not to reached because-'o! a high cllfj reach- ing.to ths the Wcslern'Knji- neering company of this city lunn'sl- led the ellli oml blew it ouf, remov- ing seven llmusar.d cubic jarda. Two hundred kegs of black powder n two cases of dynamite were used; .Comes lo LelhbrlngeT1 Joe Brenner will use" iron krines iC the 1-ctlibridge gaol and forks I lor three months, because-be 'stole silver cutlery Irom a local hofel, where he nas cmploycil. School chilfirrn will have -a big Kmplre day celebration tomorrow.' A program of specchts anil songs will be given on Ihc baseball patkrin Ilic altcincOa and special at the school in ,the morning. For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge GRUESOME CRIME AMONG Madrid, May gruesome crime has been unearthed hers. Urn wns a well known clubman, Oar cla Jalon, who dliippMred two ago liter winning a thousand dollars Portions ot Jalon's body huve Just been found in a sewer under the military college near tho cupicd by Bupl. and his daughter. The police .that daughter lured Jafon to their quarters anil, with the aid p: her father, robbed and murdered him Uolh.have betn-arrested. Tho police allsje tbal a bid record. .will accompany when eiid vill vacatloHj9rnong relilncfi md .friends la Uessrs" Vaughn, Atherton, ion 'tail 'Fletcher will'aulo la Calgor) tbe McCarty-Pelkoy on Victoria Day. v What-might have been a serious happened on Tuesday H'tjeh'j" horse bitched to a single bug gy'dld-a few athletic, atunts on Slain Tbe buggj'-waa oycrturncd arid'laK behind, while'the horse rro- disregard the town bylaws oy doing a h-ilf mile dash doivu the cemeiH' sldenalk. It was (luring the npon boor wlien many small children were going lo school, but fortunately the''only harm done' was to the har- ness and bugfty. Babys Own Soap ;i ..m tf iM i, After the bath BABY'S OWN SOAP the skm is smooth, comfortable, and exhales the aroma of freahly cut flowers. Freedom from sVin troubles, explains in -some measure the refreshing sleep wbicli "Baby'a Own Soap" babies enjoy. Especially for nursery use insist on "Baby's ALBERT SOAK UailwJ, MONTREAL, M-I3 tUuIr auger they may their sov- erninent to perilous lengths. "The gravity of the sltualjon has fc close personal interest for ourEelyes. H would be distressing to find American klnfolks In R serious con- flict TV-lib our Japanese allies upon an Issue which the Americana will command the sympathy of Wesletn Canada acd Australia. "ft may be taken for.granted that Sir Edward Grey, whose peacemaking lias teen less amateurish than Secre- lary Bryan's, will use all legitimate British influences to bring putanls to an understanding." 7t some s Hciald ago .tbat' tie R- wonld' discontinue making connec- tions b.elween the; CrWs' Ntst 'local and Ilia, afternoon north. bound Cal- gary ar.d Kdmonton train at Macleo'd to instructions received" at office, howeverj this pro-' posal has been abandoned, and Ihd trains 'will connect as formerly. There hav'Ej bren seieral time changes made however, and uhen tbg'new schedule comes Inlo effect the C. and E. train will arrive In Calgary 'it 20.30 instead o( -and tbe Crow'traln will ruri Medicine Hat and Maclcod in BO less lime than prestni. Aldersjde tiains will "also run on faster isciedule and will make I he. trfp in five hours flat. A complete schedule will be pub- lished later on. .WINDSOR LITTLE DARLING OR, JQHILDREN Hosiery foT.iaan1. ren For trre benefit of all Canadiin. mothers who buy hosiery for their infants and children, Ihe following facts afp briefly stated. "LjttU Darling" Stockings are knittediin the largest hosiery, mills in 'in'd They are made of the pure Australian Lamb's Wool. Hygienically knitted so that, though warm, the clean fresfc UttleUawy vedtilatts through Ihtta. Can be obtained in the following Sky Bint, Cardinal, Black, Tan and These colors are produced, by stainless, sanitary dyes. "Little Darling" Stockings have a dainty silkni htel and toe, .and yonr dealer keeps them in all sizes for children up to seven years old. "Little Daisy" Hosiery is reinforced in the hetj arid toe, and conies in all for children under twelve, Yonr regular dealer can supply yon. He wijl charge you no more than for infetior brands; Do not accept substitutes. THE CHIPMAN HOLTON UM1TED Hamilton MiBi Himikon aqdIWelland, Oat. YE SPHERE Then say "The JFlorcntinew Ice Cream Parlor Is the if Lethbrirtge City. .And the now ifinnngcmcnt, is giving tiipipublio excellent- find we have QANDIES, SODAS, ICE OUEAM, CONFECTIONERY CARLUJE, Props. T ;