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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta _^|f?i"'l-BEKBUS TO ALL TRAINS KrJi^^^o^el Wiildsor ^aii":I#VB��i $i'.26 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel It the'Best and Moat Convenient Placo to Stay POOR PAINT ThP roBt of labor smd-brushes for a job where poor pajat poorest kind of economy to buy anything but the best, which the only kind we keep. ' C.W/GRAY �The Store That iSaves You Money'* SiOSth Street Phone 761 T!^e PavidsonMetal i  Limited Wisli to anndunce to their iiiany patrons tliat tiiey have acldedPluinbiiigv and Jffealing .to theif other Uues, and are iii a position to take care oi either new worlc or repairing in athe same careful majiner thai thdyhave in the past. / ; \- .."�^ llie Davidson^M^^ Ltd. Plton^ 1442 320-.6tU Street S. Garden Seeds in Packages, Garden Setejg in Bulk, Flower Sfeeds, Dqtdh Jctts; Multiiiliers^ Etc. We have a large assortment of the above. Now is the time to make your selections so as to 1)6 sure of getting the kinds you want. All our seeds have been tested as to theix germinating qualities. DUTCH SETTS-Small size, per lb 20c. GARDEN -PEAS-BVer bearing, por lb. _____ 30c. MULTIPLIERS-2 lbs. for........... 3Bc SQUAW CORN-The kind that will do well in IMPERIAL YELLOW TURNIP SEEDS-lb. 30c. this soil; per lb. ..... 30c. RAPE-per lb. ........................ aOc. GOLDEN BANTAM CORN-per lb..........30c. LAWN GRASS SEED-per lb.............. 80c. " GOLDEN WAX BEANS-per lb....... 30c. WHITE DUTCH CLOVER-per lb. ......... 76c. SWEET PEAS-Choice mixed, per ounce ... lOo -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 6211 Wholesale Dept. 1271- THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and-Gon-fectionery. Wholesale and R?tail PH0NE8- Oroeery Dept. B25 Wholesaitt Dept 1471. yveaiher Lethbridgc, clear ............ Edmonton, cleaV...... ....... Saskatoon, clear .......... Portage, clear .............. Kamloops, clear ............ Nelson, clear ............. Vegreville, clear ........... Calgary, clear ..........' Medicine Hat, clear ........ Swift Current, fair......... Brandon, clear ............ Port Arthur, clear ......... Qu'Appelle, clear.......... Brooks,' fair ................- OWdll xvi�^�-, ...^o". ........ Regina, clear ............. Grand Forks, dear ........ Red Deer, fair ............. Maeleod, clear ............ Prince Albert, cloudj" ... Max. Min. 81 30 � 7B 36 7-t 44 70 31 - 70 40 72 . 40 78 35 78 42 SI 46 80 30 65 49 . 6t � 24 . 76 42 70 32 :�' - 83 -46 , -75 40 . 71 39 . 80 32 .. 74' 39 35 � 77 38 . 78 36 . 64 40 81 43 . 75 40 sn fine and ILL V*\JkJ\^ Uu>T| ------ Penticton, clear ........... The weather has bee ..- warm throughout the prairie proy,-inces, especially in parts of Alberta and in Saskatchewan, -wftfre" temperatures of 80 degrees and over were recorded. FORECAST : Manitol)?. and .Saskatchewan-Fair, and" warm.; Tuesday stationary, little warmcr;;,>,tcmpera-ture. ' ti'. � ' � Alberta-Fair today tind-on Tuesday lil^tle ^wa^mer temperature, 0^|HiTY aot ;x)istrict^ �ff�x;'-'--^Td Open Season's Shoot ^ �'Sls^^v^^''*^''^^?i"^'^'r association^' �'^'Wch met on, Saturday evening at th�. ss5p%?i�ckB^;library,;vhave -decided to P^iojii ;|he;'flrst'..Jliopt 1 otithe^ seaanu; p!pg3F*: .^^ferday; aftei-uoon.' ;Thd range? isMU:xl>ei:pr^pai�d-diiring'vihe - week. .^^i:^i!-^jig- Cpowa;;at'"th'e Park |jTW'#reetvraUway>ys)em will .l&ve-�;j;4o^j�hanJs^^^ for a. goo.d' IsiiSnknysliekels thjsttd ItSwas ineldentafly ktiggested by someone that they might be given more comfortable quarters lihtil the-winter is all; oyer. . Boats .wiere in.-evidence on the' lake, and everyone was enjoying the sun. The sitreet cars � oh' the red line carried a 'fun auota �very time. .1 The Services Continue^j V Evangelistic services ar^ b^ii)g"o(m-tlnued -this; w^ek by the Church of Ghri6t;ln the irirst Baptist Church l?ullding. . The services ibegin promptly at 8 o'clock each evening. Rev. M. B, Ryan, of Calgary, will speak tonight, and throiighout the week. See U�: Fof TENTS: ANI? AWNINGS W let, �5, ,' Awnings % Stores, -Offices, Eesidences, ,v '*;�' Also w.e keep the gearing for the Reeves and .Case 33 H. in stock for immediate shipment. All gears of the best semi-steel, ^ The Lethbridge Iron Works * �**V *- *3 LETHBRIDGE. ALT A. PHONE 332. POjSty {express and transfer ^.DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS , OfFiee 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prop, , Phone 633 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 - TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the city. FURNITURE REMOVED COAt.*C.O.D. THE PEOPLES' FORUM Get ! now ISVtIe time to "feed" the gophers. KiU-'Em-Qnick,  Boldnan's Grain Stryclmine Special prices to quantity purchasers. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The ^MSaJUL Store TELEPHONE'^NO. 323. Here for thePalr Seven head of registered stallions registered mare are at the fair grounds, awaiting the ^tock show on file 2ST(i and'24th. ThSy are the ;i)rbperty of Alex. Galbralth, of Cal- Masonic Meeting Thui'sday �-Nptices'liave bfeeA Issued calling a regular commuiltcatlon of Lethbridge Ixjdge, No. 39, A.F. & A.M., for Thura. day, next, at 8 o'clock prompt. The second degree will be conferred, and .1 hearty welcome awaits all visiting brethren. , � .V The Subway Agreemertt Word has been received at the city 'hall that at last the C.P.R. officials iava. decided to consider the objections to the subway agreement, and it is expected that the points mentioned by:'the city engineer and the city sO; llcitor will be settled satisfactorily to alLpartles with little delay, and work commenced at an early daite on the ;imp'rovements on the company's 'yards.. { city and District A Sunday VIeltor ' Dr. Bruce, of Macl*odi - was visitor over the week,end,. a city Here from Calgary -) � S. A. Hole, of Calgary, formerly' owner of the Hole TiJ;V  Cyrus Tudor, of .Ne^pay^^ town today, Mr. Tudor!ls:dEllliiig'a well on his farm, a.n^ is alraady d6wn 240 feet. He expects to start'seeding this week. , ..^ .' ' . Convictions Quashed VVictor Spencer, whd Was acquitted ;in the District Court Friday of selling liquor to one Wolf Plume, 'was also actiuitted on Saturday pn a charge of seillng Piorlda water 'to Single'Rider, a. Blood Indian, who' died, supposedly from the effects of such a ^beverage. . >J[r. Spencer was convicted on both 1 'these charges by Indian Agent Hyde' at Standoff, but appealed the charges which Were quaahred by His Honor Judge Winter. Well Worth Hearing Colonel H. BuUard, In Japanese costume, one of the foremost missionary pioneers of the Salvation Army, and a brilliant and versatile speaker, will conduct'a missionary campaign at the Salvation Army Citadel on Saturday, Sunday and Monday next, as follows: Saturday, 7 p.m., Illustrated lecture to children; 8 p.m., lecture; "Incl dents of Travel In Many Lands; Sun day, il a.m.. Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., lecture, "Japan." The Colonel will appear in Japanese costume, and' illustrate his remarks with curios, etc. Che "Sunday, at 7.30 p.m., grea.t Salvation meeting; Monday, 8 p.m., famous illustrated missionary lecture, 100 colored views. ' A \yORK)NG GIRL'S PROTEST. Editor of Tlife L'ethbrldge Herald: Sir,r^I would be mjich otoliged if you would liisert';this lefter as a warning to oth.or girls front coming out here as doahestlcs, as ignorant as; what I was.' One .of the' local "aristocracy" engaged :me in England to come out here, and got me id sign a "contract',' for twelve months tp work for lier for the magnificent sum of $10.00 the first; six months and $15.00 the ilas^i Bl.f months, plus the fare, of-course... :X thought it was good wages, and:'eagerly accepted it;, but, thank God,' my penal servitude is at last finished; ijut I ato-s6rrj' to say that this lady (?) ha6'. just brdtfght back another poor "innocent," who has signed a "coritraot'"- -for two years, with' thq enormous salary comimencing at $7.00 per month, plus her fare. But I' leavfe it for others to judge, and � is only the means of saving one poor girl from .being "stung;";! shall" tiot-think I have troubled fdr nothing.: Thanking you in anticipa-tloui i am, � A VICTIM.. Livestock Men Forces . Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK,  SIXTH. :ST."S. ' PHONE 1735 business locals The D."and M. of i^.vaancp;In � ttie' S, 0. E. hall.,Tuesday,.;.April,;:,ieth at nine o'oJock. For .Invites .Phone 715 ' �' . ' 101-5 REX TRANSFER-rPhone 6,7,0, :Albe,r' ta Saddlery, opp. C6aidnle-IJdtei;;10340 A Booster for"^lberta A. Owen, of Minneapolis', one; of the capitalists who has been-,, interested In the O. \V. ICerr an'djrFarm Security companies, in developing Southern Alberta, is in the city ' ' From Great Falls .;':' William Living8ton^�/.fpr.merly of: Cal'gary, but noW (if .OreWt^ Fails; and J. D. Pugh, of Calgar^^;^ were/in .the I city on, ISiinday, ea'rpij'(e;to^ Palis, to thenortherrfrnetropojls.'^^;. V Telephone Offlclg)Herei-:' J. S. iitook, of the :njral !jjne/d�^ meht of the government"teiopiipl^^sys^ tem, is in the city from JIdpjonton. The rural line exten^loii,pr.ogr^mme in Southern Albertakb|�,^^ea|-'lS;4?' big as :ev�Sr,'':While worl^|tfl^:|^ on 'thrii' long- dirtai'ceii'tbli;: liij^^s'Jwlill give Lethbrldge ^iwt^^ flouth s^l; m6iit IniBtantaneoujj'isipiwIcei^v^^^^^ north.- �^-^-s-.^^'fc.^-'-,.:i>v - � ;' Two Accidents on Sunday � Two accidents occurred ye.!^^-|i:?..';. . . ..... . Creamjfanted Our plant Is now In operation and we will pay market price for any quantity of butter cream. Write for particulars. The lethbridge Creamery Co.jy^ 801-7th Ave. S. Phone 384 secure the widest, (boat and itiost competitive markets pos8ible'|br all live stock and live stock products. To improve e.xisting conditions effecting the ti-ansportation'' with re- , gard to the rates, Sfervlce and sani-.tation. '�-.;'.,;.��.; v. �-.�.;����,.:�. To initiate, p.i;omote; and;. influen<;e legislation relating: to' the ..welfare of the live stock industry. To establish and' hold e.xhibltlona of live stock, ana;iive sfoclc products and to encourage, regulate and; assist as far asmay be.ijofealblecorapetl'tivo: exhibitions of the;live.ifltock. � , To represent ai}.drpro'm.ote the live . stock interests in.'all matters of'com mon concern -(vlttf the._objeot of fairly securing: the enjoyment-of all lights and privileges .and in so doing, to; make a wrong of the gwieral; nature against any. the-' concern, of all. .; BOND ISSUES ' London;- April 12.-Fifteen per cent, it is said, is tlie total public siibscrlp-tlon to the new province of Saskatche- � wen's 4 per cent, debentures, the underwriters taking 85 per cent. I The public have.' Interested them-I selves In thirty-flyc per. cent, of the ' Southern Alberta Land; 0 per cent, do-ben tureSi-leaving the,; undorwritera 05 per cent. , ��^//A^i^^'/SflNjP'fAR begs to Announce that' he has opened an- ''"?'-�'%;'.'-'?.�'-;- i'. UP-TO-DATE GROCERY.^ STORE. ' " �'�''��';;;3^':;v:;;*:<21,'l;^^^:;At Seventh Street:SoutK.:^.,;;". ��:.;; ';�';.", rv..�^�k"p�sh|and Clean. Hlflhest: Quality-Lowest Prlce�.' - -RHONE 1657.-^ - . *' 'Or^ert Prompt ^ Attentlelil.,,. '\ �'�1 5 ;