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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP when IN UeTHtmiDOE The Dallas Hotel li.the Beat arid Moat Conven-y ' rent Place to_8tay. And you are wasting both, as well, as time, when you dou t ;,se fife b^est paint on the raarke^. Not only is St better to pro-, -4ct and beautify but covers the moBt; surface. Besides it lasts so much longer. ^ COME AND TALK PAINT WITH US. C. W.GRAY *^The Store Th�it Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street' Phone 761 J^olice Are After the Rogers Gang tifisl^Edinontoni Alta., April 14.-Still ^.t;:e_ charge of ^btibery and intimida-. Iwigfrif^ther arresfs of Rogers' workers'vtio.rtogetliei>'4�ith the charge of giv-fe^iikvesbeen made in the province ij-.JnJr liquor to an interdicted persou, � ''AUri B prominent- ittn.''ih,iv;!iperatures of 80 degrees have been. general, but farther west temperatures-have been a -little lower :than las't report. ' FORECAST.: Manlt6ba, and Saskatchewan-Fair and Warmer today, few local showers on Wednesday. Alberta .- Fair today^ somewhat cooler, local showers tonight and on Wedacsday. .' : -' ' 65 83 76 70 Go 72 74 83 � 76 80 81 ,35 71 36 17 40 37 31 38 33 36 36 42 31 37 26 35 35 Seeding Time j^HE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT-t&l-^ ING COMPANY, LHVHTED mm In the spring the refreshing properties of our Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated ' .One's lassitude is quibkly dispelled by a glass l^f-this pure, invigorating It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the ^{system adjust itself to the change pf season On.sale in kegs for a limited time e lethbridge brewing and :alting company limited CITY jUVD i)I^TRieT . A $3^000-House .. . Thos. Kennedy,*.^jFourth avenue North, 'has tiken- out. a 'jpermit. t,o build a "f ,000^ residence. , ;, "Assessment'Nearly: Ready '' 'J  Blayor. ^ard(e.. fiteteci, this morning that' hS'-expeoted Itf^'ds^easmeurand estimates" ?vould bt-^ekdy.'to lay on the table abou^_i^Erlday of this week, and a meeting will likely be. called .for. .that date^to"dlBcufS: them, ^ ,^ Dayton at Stacland The management of Stji-land have received -word' from"thefr^'cpmpany's theatre at, Calgarst" that owing to the enormous business .being done in that city with the .Dayton .Flood ..pictures. It wlU be imposs'ible to'have these Pict.ures. ^bo^n .at?: the -lo.pal Starland until :nest',; Friday;N,and Saturday, in-ptead of ftojnand Thursday, as' previously, an^otinced. All Convictions,;Quashed' ."The laptof the Jlnree' appeal, caJS^B in the District COurT was heard yesterday, J)idse. .Wlffter fjuashing the convictions 'entered against ' Victor Spencer toy Inspector' Lindsay at Mac-, lecd li^st month. The la% 11th at. South J. TU.FP. PROPBIETOB OppoaUe T�rrtllia PHONE 87� , Traction Engine, Gearing Our � prices' for traction engine glaring are generallv io% below those of. the manufacturers. ." ^ ' Also wo keep the geanng for the Reeves and Case 32'?Hi'.;P; in stock for Immediate shipment. Alh gears of the best seml-steel. The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. a IRICK :: r ;w ^ js CoflMnoTii Building- Briclv Mr. Gray Makes Explanations W. J. Gray, board member of the United Mine \yorker8.of Axaerlca, ar- Get now is the ,tim e to � "feed'; the; gophers, Kill-'Em-Qulcli, Bolduan's Grain ^'Stryclmiuc Special prices to quantity purchasers. . J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The JfejCoJC Store telephone tic. ^Jotr- CITY AXP DISTBICT To Play Ball y!. St. Patrick's Church have organiz-l^d'a baseball club to compete;lb the: Churcii league. Italian Consul �  ' ; . Cav. C. Dlcastro has, received, his commiasion as Consular Agenfcfor the -government of Italy  at Fernle..; Bis Urltory extends from Nelson, !B,Ci, to Le-thbridge, Alta. ^ George Fitter, of Lanigan, .Sask!, fomerly of the: staff of the Rogers-Guningham Lumber Co., here. Is in the.c^ty on business, and renewing old aotiuaintanceB. , .i To Join His Brotlier William Killlen, brother of F; J. Krtllen, confectione�r, has returned to the city, after spending the winter in Btitte,:.Mont. He 'vvlll be Identltlea wlthiMr. Klllien in his ice cream and cbhfectionery business. , To Continue Investigation , � Dr. Fisher, Dominion Commissioner"; for the enforcement of the Pure Foods actVho has been in Lethbridge fo|,|ey6ral^day8: Investigating conditions her_e,';;�n^':^who'went to Calgary la^t week,''ha8.returned, to Lethbridge, where he vWlU make fuTther investlga. tlons and- suggestions; .,,,,,I.,Evangei,i,�t|c.^eryices .The.jthem^, of' Rv. iv^aig's setinon �fiC tiiK'Eyingellstlq' servfce tonight Vai i^a: "-Wiidl; does it me?n to be % Christian?" ,.;Tomoro^_-v^g^t he' will speak on "New Testament Names and their SigpiflcancaJIn, A deep Interest; is manifpBted ia;i.the^�eetings. ] vj^; ^ McN^ugWon ls,SuPe 3. n. MoKJ'nnle,' of^Npble,.: was in the city'\'hls. morning.- Mr.: aicKinnie. is deeply .interested in the elections/ hich are creating more tlian the us-^ uai stir in his section of the country; That Mr. McNaughton "will be declared-the. winner oji April ,17 seems to be beyond the shadow, of a doubt. . >Bla Sale of Farm Et^ulpment � - The Alberta- Wheat, Growers' .sale, which was postponed last Saturday; will now be held, at Wells Siding on Saturday 'next. On another � page will be found an itemized^llst of im-,-ploments, etc., that will -be offered for sale. ' - ' � Gave the Ladles a'"Warning ' The 'three wpmeh from ,Hospital Terrace, who were summoned this morning on a; charge i est disorderly conduct and ' creating.- ai disturbance and 'generally; "whooping-Jer np" op Saturday night, w^e.released on sus�. .pended sentence- ait^ the'CityiJolice c&url;. ^ V  He Had a Joy Ride . Hanson Atkin, who, was arrested lait night- by Constable*, Wiggs, for jumping aboard, a,;hacls:4bji~t-w�f8 'stand Ing on.the street borner; and driving, furiously up ,the' sitreet,, Vas 'fined tKre* dollars and costs ^by Maglstyate -BltPti this morning: The charge'laid w^s'attempted horaq^-stealing, but was later reduced to disorderly conduct, tB It was^ ascertained ; that Atltin mtreljr wanted to hwifta ride,;and-had n$> Intention of vapproprle^ling .the h6i^es.;and rig, , , > , DOUBLE AISID SINGLE DRAYS i Office 40S Round Sti J, FIQGINS, Prop. Phono 633?! Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNlturtfe !ftEMOVED COAL 6.O.D. AUIOieiN VERf BAD HOLE Your Credit Is Good NEW DaVtON  PEOPLE WENT ' TO RELIEF .AND EVERY- , ONE WAS HAPPY To Serve LethljrldaeJiJ ,. W FowleE, manager of tlie Hilel; United anne vyprHers ox Aiiiom;o., a�-  , ,,'".,,,, W: rived in the city from the _w'est this sons Bay Co.� "Tn-. mt%^ NeWiDaytoii,,April slB.-TsThe jpeace-ful slumbers t)f,th^; townspeoplewere-nld^ly.ish&ttered',''^; a-fserles^of moises'' off Saturday .lilght.-. Upon, inves'aga-tlon l't?proye'a.'tb-"'be-a happyit?) 'banoh of, Conserv^aMVes,ji,who needed- � a^stat-anijoi In :gktlngi ^jiiut of a slough Into whlchstijeir,!!-two :ears, were',;:deeply mired.' ^,oii'&at'urda!j^'morning forlth^lr-.,>ho'we;la,' Oxford; Ohio. : Vlsitqrs'vtbr]jet:^brld�e;�the*:%^t w^eJ? /llave.^)bonaldi^.a^ little ,:^duf $tor,'5 :ijj/iam -and Mr. 'and MTs;'K-w:;^fffc:7^;^t:^:' :;�-..: � v-Sorti'rf'of'iti^eJvCTMts; jnfli^n registered at :,tIje:Jji3,t^,ia4StEf ^ repTeBentingi't,Ke--y^^tern. Canada Ag- crOMlNIOM BLO � T � pHO 1736''. Our plant-Is ^newwlnoperatibii - and we wlU payv.mafkot price for any quantity, ol butter cream. Write for Earticulars; - i ' freameryfOiM 801-7th Ave,;S..' Phone ^84 ency; -Mr.-S. fW^ood,' of. �tte: o'llver . Typewriter Co.;;D,,J?^Kat6s;,Of Beck^' er & Yates; ;ir.tR?Hendem)n;TW 3D. Xv Hardie,,;l�. rgtewasndj'.V'J C. p. R. Changes A couple -of moves 'iaVis^mMilfbl the C, P. tl. have tak^n p!aci8:|lt'^6,dl.? cine Hat, by which, H.BrowqMorjnen ly road locomotive foremms it s;6ran:^ , ter iaefcltianlo ^,he4%lpirfewiBl \\m Wen. j(rantodk.*aTVrfli,il)8�!hce^ J;; Cottpn, late; roSfl �^ftfi^ ciz^e Hat, goeia to OalgaVy,*tp';^a�� , Burdfitt, Aprir'IS.'-This ;,.growing t0#n is solid tor. Archie; McLean. He liaiT bwn.a good repr'esentat'.ve, and thb'iolectors here will show their appreciation of his services by Riving-;Hlm'"a,Obig majority., :;on^i Thursday.; .Last:'night �i splendid meeting in his beft'alf Wa? held here. C. C. Fielding, *;-w,ell,fknowncitlzen,;^presided, and additipn .to Mr.'-; McLean, tUp spe'akgfis were S. H.> Simmons and !fTfeOstlund, olVLothbridgCi who re^ :ii^jejveU'itbo recordiof the,Liberal fo.v-.^rit5,iJoiit and Die issues ol the cam-' pafgn\,to the stvtlstaction of the au- ' ''_- f JTkpiJRe A' COLD IN ONE DAY 'fp.M-J>AXATi;VTO BjaOMO , Quinine ?rkb5>tfl. ''Drugglpta refund money If cme Hat, goe� to �aigarr.-io����u^.hF%B:^to' cure. B!., AV QROVB'S �ahiloh co�tf so . for ''Cotfgha' and'-Colda Ittlf'and does �q roncji'" Alberta Sa#eryCo.,yi See Us For t|:r^lT3 AND AWNINGS � � .^Mii'gs' for 'StOTes, "Offices; Eosidetiees>. , 'r 4. �Jil'ti 06 ;