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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta iFff#E"Xi)S,TO ALL TRAINS ^Hotel Windsor ^AjB'BBti$1.26 a Day Hotel In HERALD WHEN IN LETHBBIOQE The Dallas Hotel (the Best and IViost Convenient Place to' Stay BY You don't have to tie a painter to do this. You can make a great deal more than the painter without doing any of the work yourself. ^  You apply business methods to your other affaire. Why not to paint? "The store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 JPhe House Wives Friend V, DEAL WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY COUNTS ,j Fresh- Made Creamery Butter - . , ., per pound .............. 40c iChoice Dairy Butter, per lb. 35o New.Dald Eggs, per doz. ..30c ;ir,Cheese, per lb.".....�..... 2Qc B. R, Tea, 3 lb. packet :.. $1.00 Swift's ]:^ard, '3 lb. pail ... 60c. SwUfa Lard, 5 lb. pall 90c iSr' Central Cash Grocery ^^^^"^ � A. E. Keimear, - ' Fresh Lettuce in daily, lb. 30c. Green Onions, 10 bdls. or 3 25c. Cabbage, 5 lb. for........ 10e. Turnips, 5 lb. for.........10c. Carrots, 8 lbs. for ......... 26c. Parsnips, 5 lb. for ....... 26c. Pdtiatoes, 100 lbs for .... 85e. Gibods delivered to all Parts of City, Proprietor 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car llne_ Real Good Oranges and Lemons That Are Guaranteed Frosfless are now very hard to get and when you do get them the price is Blniost prohibitory. Wc have,,however, secured a largo'quantity of Extra Ghoicfe Naynl Orungus, at a remarkably 10w price and while this lot lasts you may receive the benefit of our buying. . v , FROSTLESS ORANGES-Price per do�en, from........................v.. 35c to 50er case ...,,VVV..$1.^15. as the day they were packed. .Priqe-^vper case............................PH0NE8- Groccry Dept. 628' Whotesal* Dept.': i271. VVEAIHER Lethbridge, clear ..... Edmonton, clear ...... Sa-skatoon, fair ...... Regina, fair......... Portage, clear ....... Kamloops, clear ...... Calgary, clear ... ..' Medicine Hat, lair ... Winnipeg, fair ........ Red Deer, fair ......... Brooks, fair ........... Battleford, clear ...... VegieviUe, clear ......' Macleod, clear ......... Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy ... Brandon, fair ......... Port Arthur, fair.........- -~ The weather has continued fair and | warm in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, but temperatures baVe been ~ some- i what'lower than last report, and | colder conditions have prevailed. In Alberta light scattered rains havd occurrsd. FORECAST: All Wesir-Fair and comparatively' cool. Friday fatt, not much change in temferature. 56 36 GO 38 64 45 65 45 75 43 68 36 '60 36 56 36 74 46 64 33 5'5 30 60* 36 59 26 58 36 66 40 67 45 76 38 4S 36 .16 .34 .05 .05 Seeding ll^TS OF ENTERTAINMENT t,--The Newcastle-on-Tyne Chronicle ^'i-isays:-It cannof be said tljat New-' -castle is backward In the provision in the enclosure ind some > 15,000 outside who^ were unable to gain admission, .imlisement Is, I suppose, preferable to work to most people at any time; hence the above figures. I^'jK^'ssIv there are: aireaay xa lue unj |?#jfi!Tir, theatres with liolding capacity "^f P6r performance 7500; three music f'hulls/ With holding capacity per per-! "j^ormance.GaOB; twenty picture halls, |6|witb holding capacity of 15,700; total ^iiMingicapacity pet performance, 20*^ pPO. ;Twen^^^ ,'^^hirteen ptrfosjnances, and two of ieini.,vseven , perfcrmances, "weekly, lowinjg Kaocommodatlon weekly for !,000 persons. NewcasiJe'g popula-^ .Is now estimated at 277,000, so '' if these places of amusement fj^flUed �t every performance some gJOOftimore.'than the "entire popula-pnpattended at least one theatre 0^^ anfef|iy^5r?;^weekfeiSteaddlU^ to all i^ff5 4^e;^e5 are* iUta huge 'atten ifeviqotb'aii'matches.'. -Why, at ihfr ayed cup-tie, at SL � Jame's Patk on f^dflesdayVbetween Newcastle ; and iderfandL there, were 57,000, persons .DEMOCRATS SIAN lY FREE Washingtonj" April 16.-The Democratic caucus, voted decisively at to-dayrs meeting to support the wool schedulOf the tfnderwood Tariff -blli, placing wool on the fre4 list, after Representative Underwood had 'made :a stlrr|Sg'-aig?eal for the supp'ort of the cstucus; By a vote of 190 to 42, an amendxrtent offered iyRepresonta-tive Dies; o� .Texas, to place raw wool on the dutiable list was rejectetl. For XawiLS, and Gardieus^ Our stock of vegetable and flower seedsHs specially selected and adapted to this climate and country. To get results sow Simmer's Seeds. Extra quality Lawn Grass Seed 50 cents per lb. Gait Hy^ro customers are to bave .substantial rejductiono in . rates for ilght and'powe'r.. cHZ See Us For TENTS AND AWNINGS I&4 Awnings ior Stores, Offices,-Residences, ui.ule on the stor.test notice. �-   � Quotations given on Application - BRICK :: lif^r; . ;Common Building Brick 'Bres^^d Brick Fire Place Brick Hollow Lining Brick |?U'�3i'ici5V HoUoAV Partition Tile �'ijirrtEDIATE |JHlPM",ENT- . ' NO ORDERS TOO LARGE ^^^P^^fe^ Mills �hon'�:;7c5 afld 1755 CITY AND DISTRICT Steamship Movemertte' The Cunard liner Ansonla-arrived at Plymouth on Monday. The Ivemia arrived at Maderia on Monday. , , ' ^ Coming to Cethbrldfle . W. B. kestor, of the W. R. Henderson CoJnpafirj 6t Regliia; has accepted a, position. . with, .'the ? Semi-Ready store on "^Ifth street : Expected Tomorrovf' Passengers from the "Allan Line s.s; ^CoTslcan, which docked at St, John on Saturday; ' wlU hrrlvesjn: lethbridge to morrow. Executive i Meeting There 'Will be.a' special meeting of the executive of the-Aasoclate. Boards Of Trade at headquarters 6n Thursday, the 24th. , _ City Cb'uncll Th9 City .Council will meet tomorf row evening at eight o'clook to consider the estimates, and the annexation of StaffordvlUe. . ^^^^ '- Robert Kerrigan, of Fifth avenue North^'has taken out'a permit for a ISQOvhoiise addition, and Br. Courtlce has applied for aperiuit for a garage to cost ?100; ' V ; ... ProgreMive Farmer T. W. Dike, of Goaldale; has already seeded,'two hundred acres; He is having great fuck iwith his livestock, one hundred pigs having , been farrowed this season. v To Look Over Cattie W. H. Fares, of the flhancial firm of Gordon, Ironsides &.S'�ires, ,5flnnli>?s and Moose Jaw, was in, the clty^yester-' day, going: to Raymond last nlpht Where hehas large cattle holdinjss. ; Obtainftd Good Contract Jas, Rose, the Third avenue;clothier, has obtained the; contract fo.r supr plying the uniform* for motormen and tionduetora on the Lethbridge ^ Municipal Railway. ' : Given a Chance r Mike Peters and Tom RalnhuK, who were alleged to have been disorderly in the Alexandra Hotel last night, -were released this morning on suspended sentence by Police Magistrate liSton. ..... . :,... ; The Bank Clearings Bank clearings for the week eudlag today are: .1456,170.97, > as against t67D,8G9.22. fpr .th.e corrfjopondlng week last year. The difference of |223,-G98.26 Is largely due to the genei-al financial depression throughout' the country. � . A^iwinlriDead '  Gyor'gy Ferko, a miner, residing at 251 Fourteenth'slreet North;,died yesr torday, at the age of 51r years. , He leaves a widow and four children ^,ioQ nf tlip. pnmfortable lor- ... .____ .,rri+h infn' nf twentv- -- , ...... I Some idea of the comfortable lor- gj^teen blocks with lots of twentj^- i-irrriV * VTI riTSTRTCT ^^f^^ "''^^'^"^ f^^^ored ones will jj^,^ jg^^ g^cl,^ except corners, which CllX ASSIJ JJXlSXMAM.\jJ. ^jjg j^^oyg Donaldson 34.foot. Blocks 1 to 12 are com- Turn out for'Rractiee v-House oi (Jommons ai uiiuwu, it. to the north are alTeCiiOtt by tne raa- The S O. E. fdQtballvolub are re- to be had now that the property is Altogether there arc G24 lots Quested to turn out,for practice on afeoufc ready to be dumped pn the in- ^^^^ although the properly is not yet _ .. , In u,.i;.;."-^oi.r. th� i . � .... �.,; ip3-0 Alberta Outfifi� DOMINION BLOCK, BlXfH .Sn 9/ ^HONE 1736 , and, although the properly is not yet officially on the market, it is^understood the lo1� are to be listed at $600 each. 624 lots at $600 make a total Of $374,000 (or the 73 acres of homestead" so easily. possessed. FOREST FIRE'.yN DAKOTA ^ , C, W. JEFFERYS ' ;N,ew'Prs*Ident of the Ontario Sac., Ilcty of'artlsts,  Dead'wood. S.p, April 16.-The fo^ est fire ra^ng In Custer County, is sald'to'bo the vorst'.in.the history of ; the Black Hills.. The fire is twenty miles,long and one :mlle wide.' / Two , troops of cavalrj^ from H'ort Meade have i^one-to the scene to aid in the fightlngr of the fire. The town of Buffalo Gap, is said to be in danger. Harry Kennedy, one of the best kntfwti farmers of Klngsltoa district, was killed iu an aecideh't at Cut Knife, SaiW. , * Athletic Pictures arei-taost interesting to the friends ,at.:,lib>ne, and you will appreciate them highly when school days are .oyer. Let us show you our neAv College Panels and other suitable S'tyleS-i :�';���:>�� � - � MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY ' \ ^6 TkiRD AVENUp: S|OUTH 7 ;