Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel In Alberta TT ff 3 9 W M -w A LETHBRiuGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBFUDGE The Dallas Hotel Js and Most Convert- ce to Stay Not the old fashioned lima tmil makes your arms ache mid your back tired, but the light, strong, sharp, steel kind that make gar- dening the pleasure it should be. Buy them now and gftt use of them this season. the full C.W. Gray 1 The store that saves you money" Only the Very Best Quality Groceries and Fruits are Handled Here and Fresh (Jouris aw ai'rivins> daily, expeol. o.l! the i'ollov- for this weok-ond. CALIFORNIA Hue slock 1'rlrc 3 pounds for 35c FRE5H por ib.....'..'.'.' RIPE ib................. 26c] CALIFORNIA HEAD lirnd" 15c' HOT HOUSE LEAF Ib W fancy larso slue ea' 30c' COCO AN 20- GREEN Bunches for..........J5c. FRESH bunches for 258 CALIFORNIA GREEN Ib 30c. FRESH largo hoads, price each 3Qc and 35c. NEW LAID per dozen.........30c. FRESH MADE CREAMERY Hose Brand, per Ib....................... 40c, CHOICE DAIRY Ib.......... 35c )THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Con- Ifectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocory Dopt. Dept 1271. WEATHER Max. 70 cs THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Lethbrldge, clear Ktimonton, clear Calvary, fair....... 70 32 Medicine Hat, clear ..70 US Macleod, clear...... C7 -14 Red Deer, cloudy.. (M ?G I fair K Uitiaetorii, "clear 61 1'C Portage, clear...... fit 211 Moose lav. uloar.... 40 -'4 Prince Albert, cloudy, so Swift Cvirreut, clear c.' Itegina. clear...... 21) Brandon, clear...... sr. Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Kamloops. rain___ Grand Porks, cloudy........ Temperatures have, risen somawha throughout .the prairie, provinces, an the weather has been mostly fine. I parts'of Alberta maximum tempera tures of TO degrees nre recorded.: Forecast All ana very mild to day and on Saturday. DISTRICT A.Coming Point which lias "been practical in the background as far 113 pub icily is concerned, ?hlnned .115 cars of wheat, 40 of oata ami 9 of barloj season. In the spring the refreshing properties of Easter Bocjk Beer appreciated One's dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the system adjust itself to the change of season On safein kegs for a limited time THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 THEY SAY THE DEMOCRAT TAR- IFF IS FREE TRADE IN MANY RESPECTS Washington, April Senate finauce committee has determined not to have hearings of the tariff bill, tak- ing tho that the Searings conducted by the houss ways and means committee ia January were .sufficiently thorough to cover prac- tieallyall the points the Senate deems it necessary to consider in connection Tvith the vending legislation It is believed noft tnat tne tariff bill, after it finally, reaches ..the Sen- ate will not remain in the committee more than ten Seme expert and some of the new infor- mation upon certain disputed ideas maj be secured by the cornmiUee buf no open hearings twll be lielil Th'o Senate was not'in session today and members continued the stndj of the in, private-.. Republican forces are preparing: for a united attack up- on the democratic1 revision, on the ground that it not only destroys al protection to inany American Indus tries, tat that in many features It is practically a. free trade bill. It is ex- pected that a conference of republi- cans Bill be held within a few days to discuss some of the more drastic features of the pioposed democratic revision. House democrats met -to resume consideration of the tariff bill in cau- cus uhen the house adjourned, the chemical schedule having been ap Jj'ovetl. HOW IT HAPPEN Calgary, April 8. Harry Smith, ve-seai old sou oi Henry Smith, rnet death todav when a deliveiy toppled over oh him, crushing his skull. There yjere no witnesses to the accident The driver ot the wagon lad entered a house to makcj a de- and when lie came out he found the wagon overturned, with the toy under it. Brick Cement Plaster Corrugated Iron Metallic Shingles Prepared Roofings PROMPT SHIPMENT STRAIGHT OR MJXED R LOTS OUR J. B. Tumey and Company Phohes 7S5 and 1755 Leihbridge, Alberta, 124S. Second AVB. Solid for Archie. J. -H. MlHIgnn, of.Purplti Springs was in the city to attend t'' big Liberal masg meeting 'Purple Springs, like all the rest of the towns in the Loihbrldge district riding will go almost solid for lion, Archie Me Lean; Seeding Conditions Ideal L. IT. JelHff, 'wild is in the city to- from his big farm at Spring Coulee, says seeding conditions arc ideal. The prairie is taking oa a :en tinge, .and it only a-few weeks until spring.has. displaced all signs pf fanners In the south are busy seeding, und the acre- age this year, will ".be up to that of other years. Houses Are Scarce A. fargeTliumber houses are he- ing erected in the city this spring Realty agents report a shortage of houses to rent, there being fewer va cant houses than at almos any time in the city's history. Nearly every day a permit for a new residence is applied for. This raorhing "W. R. Vir- took out a permit for a. J2500 res- idence on Sixth avenue South. George M, Hatch applied for. ,for a house addition, ia North. Letnbriflge to cost To The United Commercial Travellers 3f America will Jnstalla- :ion officers at the K. oi P. hall, on Saturday evening a-t 8.30. Mr. O. S- 3hapin, of Past Grand Coun- cillor for Alberta, will officiate. Fol- owing the installation will a'scc- al until 12 o'clock at which Mr. Gep. MItford and Mr. Fleming will render ong selections and'Mn S. Sado.wski iolin selections. AH members are equested to attend. Light refreEh- icnts will be senred. For further in- C'rmatioD. apply to Mr. F. E. hairman or the entertainment coia-j littee. Sporting Goods Our spring shipment of New Sporting iGoods him now arrived and stock ia larg- er ami better assorted than ever. Special., agents Reach's Baseball Goods. Victor Tennis Racquets. (and supplies) McGregor Footballs Other Lines The Red Cross Drug and Book Third Avt, CITY AND DISTRICT A Calgary Candidate Rev. S. Bacon Hillocks, who is con- testing one ot the Calgary In the Interests or the Cousorwitlves, la In tho pity, today. Has Alberta Investments Dr. J. H. Smith Is in LothbrWse from Huron, N.D. Dr. Smith la look- Ing over Investments In Southern Al- berta. J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM LIMITED ng Purify the Water We have a. select quality of ALUM For this purpose. 10c and 26c BOXES IN J. D. Higinbothara Co., Ltd. Former Lethbridge Man II. McLolhmd. tho Calgary bar- rister, formerly... of-. Lethbrldge, is spending the day visiting friends in the city. City Engineer Abroad City Engineer Blanclia-rd, who spending a few daya in-Saskatoon. Ii, vesllgatlng the filtration plant there s expected to return homo about Slon duy next. Bow Island Booster S, Ilcattle, ot Bow Wand, ni rived In the ulty laat nigllt, and is spending the day here. Politics I. the one topic of interest in the K-.IS town, and the result ia never In doubt. A Moving Quarter is Better'-than a Still Dollar The Premium Grocery 8Z4-1HH St. South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Oppoolto Traction Engine Gearing Our prlcen for traction engine gearing are generally 10% boloiv those of tiio nuijiiifat-tiircrs. Also wo Hoop the eeavUiK for the Reeves and Caao II. pt iu immediate shlnmont. All gears of tho best semi-steel. The Lethbridge Iron Works BUHMf? 1-39 1 r-runnirtnr? HI LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. PONY EXPKESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SfNQLE DRAYS Office 408 Pound J.'FIGGINS, Prop. Phono 63J When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the city. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. To .Boost, Lqthbridge The Clt) Council van In special ses slon until a late liom after noon illacuasiaff questions t elating to IntluBtrla' tuns pireil whlLh would bo slvc'i out for publication. JITY DISTRICT To Buifd -The innlcated, thsir intention of erecting1 Elevator Co com standard elevator ear. .Irvine this Going to SpkoahiT Mr. Robert Crawford, northwestern gent for the Northern .Navigation in town yesterday, en; route o Spokane All interested In Convention i P. P. Woodbrldge, secretary of he United Farmers .of Alberta, will odress Hie farmers at the conven- on of Pro- ucts.'T R. J. Hutching, vice-president of the Jreat West Saddlery-Co., is reatly interested in inixed. farming, as communicated his 'intention, of at- ing the convention, and will ii on some pnttse maricet question, C A. Pollard, the poultry.expert in charge of P. Burns Company's ranch at an ad- dress at the convention on "Practical Methods of Shipping aud Marketing Poultry." New Dayton's B. of. T. Officers At a recent meeting ot ttie New Dayton Board .of Trade, the following, were elected officers: John Whitesel; president; R. W. Rlsinger, -vice-presi- dent, and M. L, Gordon, rsecretary treasurer. May Meftt Monday Secretary Hay, of the Board of Trade, intimated this morning that a. meeting a committee having the work of the Imperial Home Reunion lu_ cJiBrgp would called for Monday or Tuesday of nejrt BIIHINE88 LOCALS The D. and 'M. of'E.' dance In tha o'clock. For iQl- W. A Noted Horticulturist T, Macoun, Dohiinibn horticul- B FGRGAN THINKS GOVERN MENT SHOULD KEEP ITS HANDS OFF BANKS Ottawa, April B. For- preaideht of the First National Bank of-Chicago, gave evidence- be- fore the banking He did not believe.in an extension of small local banks in Canada, as ex- .jjienence had shown the branch bank- ing sjstem to be more efficient, and more economical, The weakness of the. American, system, he believed to be in: tfie difficulty of a large number of tocal banks induiduaHy controlling their cash -reserves. This periodic tightness of money panics. The distribu- tion of gold reserve among in- dividual banks, all undertaking to carry; their' own abare, ''unscientific, wasteful, ddnger- pus and -impracticable Mr. Forgan thought tberfe might be a. danger from too many mergers, or concent! atlona of the banking capital. Yet, conditions might easily wise -when a merger would save a bank. Mr. Forgan _sftid.that.wlthout Intend- ing Deflect in any waj on the use fulness., or desirability of external bank audits and Inspections, the ue he fully appreciated, ex- perience .competed.him to say, that it seemed Impossible to establish any tenj of external supervision that will at all compare in thoroughness rind effectiveness with organized in- ternal supervision that Canada has in .connection wi.h ita system. ts Evtcything, considered, he would a'dvlse '.the Canadian government to kcoj> its hands off .bank supervision or anything, approaching it. The minister's suggestion for. a sharehold- audit seemed to him what was wanted With the excellent system of internal, supervision in force, includ- .ng audits and. inspections of practi- cally .everything outside of the head offices of banks, it seemed from a practical standpoint "quite feasible experienced .accountants to make satisfactory audits at the head of- licos, though they should have pow- states, to visit its ji-anciies. V.1' REV. JOHN. COBURN Who went in disguise to the Star Theatre in. Toronto to witness the- show. He docs nqt believe in the efflclenc-y of, the censors, and says than censorship should be followed! by prosecution, Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH SHY S, PHONE 1735 r WANTS TO KNOW .WHETHER BRITAIN SHOULD ACCEPT CANADIAN SHIPS (London, April Montreal correspondent of the Daily'Express "Reports cabled stating that the news- papers published telegrams describ- ing the summoning of the police to the Dominion House of Commons lave', caused, great astonishment and indignation" As the foreign pieas denial that such an evtremtty resorted to, it may be as well state that tho report came through a prominent news agency in ine following tarmsr "Dfbate IB pro needing ,wtth much; bitterness. Dis- order so- great at Ume thai t wag necpseary to-eall the Do- minion police into tho chamber" Every evening paper in London Orave prominence to th's on their pla- cards; .-It Is'significant that no morn- ng paper, today repeats tha assertion, Kelr Haidie will .ask Premier A.S quith in the House of Commons on. Monday whether he Is aware that the proposal of Mr. Borden .to make a of .three battleships to the Admiralty has -a matter of acute party controversy in Ion and- whether under these circumstances he 'will the opinion of the Cabinet on the pro- priety oC suggesting to the Canadian government the undeEirablHty-of pro- ceeding further with the pi-opcsal. turfst, arrived this afternoon from Ot tawa, on his second annual, visit to SUE GUARANTEE this district HP in the inter-) Calgan, Apul ests of horticulture m all its fieculeii io es, and will s.tud} western coadltloas Lgamst thc Guarantee Company rtf thcroughij so that he vill he in a K'orth America, surety lor former sitloD to help this branch of agyJcul-Ulderman Harrv Mmchen, who has aa nosaible__He expects j fi to return 311 6n remaadcd to tne court cljarge of embozaJHlg JS300. DR. CHARLES; W. ELIOT President emeritus of Harvard Uni- has declinod the offer to U fi. ambassador to st James. Cream Wanted Our plant la and v.-e will pay market c'rlcs for any quantity of butter._cream. Write for particulara. The Lethbridge Creamery Co. Lii 301-7th, Ave. S. Phone- 584 Regular friction Sale TUBS. April IS At Calvin's Sale Srd St.- Lethbr'dge S head of. choice work horses, all hrnlrpn 3 Single mares 1! saddle ponies 5 fat cowe, S dairy con-Si all milking 8 Krade Durham bulls TERMS CASH J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONER.