Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIbGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN\LETHBRIDGE Tiie Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conyen-fent Place to Stay . � Puin:in,i: is not such a simple matter as some people think. :,IMiToi-ent, jMints are made to fill different reniilrements. A paint cxpDhcd to the weather for instance, reiiuires difTerent ingretlieiit-s than the olhtr kind. Us most important, quality is to preserve rather ilnji to beautify. Wf. will gladly tell you why. Come in and talk it over v/ith us. 11 C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" S'lO 5th Street Phone 761 Garden Seeds in Packages, Garden Seeds in Bulk, Flower Seeds, Patch Setts, Mnltipliers, Etc. We have a large assortment of the above. Now is the time to make your sele.Hions so as to be sure of .getting ihekinds you want. All our seeds have been tested.as to their germinating qualities. DUTCH SETTS-Small size, per lb ......i "aOcS MULTIPLIERS-72 lbs, for ,...............C 35^ IMPERIAL YELLOW TURNIP SEEDS-lb. 30c. RAPE-per lb......................^^.i... 20c; LAWN GRASS SEED-per lb. 50c. WHITE DUTCH CLOVER-per lb. ......... 75o. GARDEIM PEAS-Ever bearing, per lb.....30c. SQUAW CORN-The kind that will do well in this soil, per lb......................... 30c. GOLDEN BANTAM CORN-per lb.......... 30c. GOLDEN WAX BEANS-per lb. ............30c. SWEET PEAS-Choice mixed, per oimce ... 10o -PHONES-- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class .Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 82B Wholesale Dept. 11-71. WEATHER Opening Announcement A B.' KINNEAR begs Ato Announce that he has opened an- , , UP-TO-DATE GROCERY STORE, ' . At 612 Seventh Street South. Stock Fresh and Clean. Hiahest Quality-^Lowest Prioe*. DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone Orders Centra! Cash Grccsry -PHONE 1657- Prompt Attention, CHIEF OF POLICE ARRESTED -viiEdmontoni April IB.-^hief of Po-.sKde Gibson,m the town of Edson, has ?;been;'arrested, on a ctarge of maltreat ing.a citizen while taking tie.latter into custody, and the case is fo.be investigated by a judge of the distTlct court. : .-. ,��.,:�:-* . Stamco Limited Saskatoon. Sask m. Lethbridge, cloudy.... � 68 38 Edmonton, clear .. .. 73 38 Calgary, cloudy..... 70 44 Medicine Hat, .cloudy . U C4 JIacleod, clear...... 67 48 Red Deer, fair...... 65 31 Coronation fair ...... 73 36 Brooks, cloudy...... 68 ' 40 Lloydmlnster, clear .. 68 47 Battletord, fair..... 74 B6 Prince Albert, fair .. ' 72 44 Saskatoon, cloudy ---- 74- 47 Moose Jaw, clear.. .. 83 37 Swift Current, fair. . 82 86 Regina, clear...... 80 35 Brandon, fair .. ---- 76 37 Portage, clear...... 74 39 WinniMg, clear .. ..; ,,78 48 Port Arthur, clear ... 52" �34 Kamloops, cleai- ., .. 64 40 Nelson............, 60 38 Pentloton....... .. 65 as Grand Forks .. . .. 39 ing Fine and warm weather, .has continued throughout the prairie provinces. Forecast Manitoba and SasUatchewan-:-A. few scattered showers, chiefly at night; generally fair. v Alberta-Generally fair and cooler today, and on Thursday. -that's the name of a mattress "made in"; the West for peoplis who want the best." It's a ''-'built-up" mattress-not merely VstufTed.", It's made; from the-finest' quality, cleanest 'and. most sanitaiy carded cotton, woven into beautiiul'downy layers by special automatic machinery. The. housewife vyho loiows the value of sound, dreamless rest at night, will do well to choose a " Stanico-Kirg ". mattress. Whea she has done this she can do;no more, to insure healthful slei^ for berhousehold. If your dealer does not sel] the "-StamcO'ICinfi." write us and'Wis will teU you where YOU can^et this: Kinff of aiJ mattresBes," :aoaafiieryLo.,!iti See Us For TENTS AND AWNINGS Awnmg.s Io,r Stores, Offices, Residences, ' made on the stortest notice. CITY AND DIS^TRICT � -� . � �.....� I' ��� Building permit . , Dr. Loveting has taken out a permit to build-a garage at his residence dh Nialh street South. The builQlng will cost ?150. Pleased 'With Prospects W. L. and P. J. Schmitt, two new settlers in the Rayn\ond d|^strict, are in .the city today from their big farm south of that town; They \are delighted with prospects in^ the south country. " . Masons Meet Tomorrow lyethbridge Loilge, No. 39, A.P. & A.M., meet tomorrow night in regular communication in the Masonic hall, at 8 o'clock prompt. The second degree will be conferred, and visiting brethren will'-be inade heartily welcome. Board of Trade Meeting. �Withi several applications in the hands of. the. secretary of the Board of Trade in connection with the Imperial Home Reunion association, the regular monthly meeting of the 'Board on Friday evening*: will: discuss ithat matter fully, i.. � .' ., ' Time For LawilS, and ' Gardens^' Our stocK'/of-vegetable and flower seeds is specially sele'ct-ed and adapted to this climate and country. To get -results sow Simmer's Seeds. Extra quality Lawn Grass Seed.;. 60 cents per lb. if.. �' : The Red Cross Drug andB6'bkCo.,Ltd* Plion* S9a..^_ Third Av*. CITY AND DISTRICT Builder in City J. L. Dombrosky, of Medicine Hat, manager ot the Lussler Construction Cp.'s office there, is in the city on business. Back from the 'Hat C. B. Magrath, manager of the Lethbridge Iron. Works, returned yesterday, from a business trip to Medicine Hat. A Moving Quarter is Better than a Still Dollar Cheese, per lb.........aoc. Blue Ribbon Tea, 3tbs for $1.00, Good'Cooking Apples fl^lbs 25o ' A\fhtte Potatoes, lOOIbs. .:. 85c. Lettuce, per lb........... 30o, Green Onions 3 bdles......,25o* Celery, per lb............. 1Bc. Cabbage, GIba.............10c. In additlou to our attractive prices, 'wo glvo coupons represent. Ing ?1.00 worth oi: goods with every $25.00 spent. The Premium Grocery ;Tiirpey ^nd Company i^.#'feiy^&fr|pQ Mine.arid-Mills' tgctoH qUrrMtb Municipal Chin Coulee Beservojp A. Cazier,. of' the Cazler Construction Co., is In 'the .cjty from the construction camp at Chin- Coulee, ,. Mr. Cazl�T states that-the first .work on the big irrigation .reservoir was finished yesterday, and bis men are now busy, rip-rapping 'the: shores .of the lake. No Builders Meeting Tomorrow Owing to elect5o:ns tomorrow, and the desire of the raembers to be on the spot when,the returns begin coming over 'the wire," the Lethbridge nullders' Exchange will not bold its regular meeting, tomorrow evening. The next meeting'will be held on Wednesday evening next>: when Principal Bailey, of. the .Manual Training. School will deliver a leoture. > To GAt 0�it of Town Harry Taylor, colored,-who was ar-, rested yest&rday'oa; Information laid by Elizabeth .Tnickson, .also colored, alleging felonous assault/ was reJeas-^ ed today by Police: Magistrate Elton, on The White Star-Dominion R.M.S. Canada was due at: Halifax on Sunday, and at Portland today. BlJ^SINEsl^^ioCArS ' REX TRANSFBR-rPlM)ltP"�70, AJber-ta Saddlery, opp. Coal'dalB;;;Hote!;vater fronts. K" will be nearly a mile long and will cost a million dollars. The company is ready to begin, it is declared, when the plans are approved at Ottawa. '�'Tjbe' 'yoi|rig, � folks don't know' why, but they just loYC Kellog^g's Toasted Corn Flakes- t^t owes its rare -good-:: Sess and appetizing* : flavor to our secret process of manufacture^- It's good for the children at all times and seasons. j r ;Look for Kellogg's signature, -oh the package--sold ^'/'J ' everywhere at 10c. ..'t'8?