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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta wmnr h"'FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS lloter Windsor 'jifiMt $lip a Day Hotel In }i Alberta _ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIUGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most'Conven. lent Place to Stay OOP  Our roof paints penetrg-te the wood and make it impervious �to moisture, tluis the roof not oiily-lasts a-great deal longer, but aHorda Eiuch better protection \vhlle it does last. g wTMay "The Store That Saves You Money*' 310 Slh Street Phone 761 Real Good Oranges a^'^ Tliafr Are Guaranteed Frostless are now very hard to get and when you do ^el thetn the price is almost prohibitory. We have, however, secured a large quantity of Extra Choice'^.�i val Oranges, at a remarkably low price ahd while this lot lasts you may receive the benetit of our buying.  FROSTLESS ORANPHONES- Grocery Dept. 82S Whotesale bept 1271. It Will Pay You to Take Notice Swift's Premium Hams, lb. 26c. Swift's Premium bacon lb. 33c. .Swift's L&rd, 38........... 60c.. Swiff's: Lard, 6s. ......... 95o. SEED Golden \Vax Beans, lb. ....20e. Thomas Lnxton Peas. lb. ..16c Sweet Peaa, per oz.........6o. Dutch Sets, 21bs. for......30c. In'addltiohtb our attractive prices'we give coupons ropres6ntin|f ll.OO'worth of goods with every $25.00, spent. The Premium Grocery 24.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite T�rrHle PHONE e7� WEATHEK Lethbridge, clear .... 64 Edmonton, cle�r .... -49 Calgary, dear...... (i4 Medicine Hat, clear .. 68 Maoleod, clear ...... 64 Red Deer, clear..... 83 Coronation, clear .... 07 Vegreville, clear .. :.. 03 Whe House Wives Friend p ; D�AL WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY COUNTS f Fresh Made Creatnery Butter i Fresh IiettucO'in daily, lb. 30c. jj.vjper iwund ^.y......... 40c; Qreen Onions^ 10 bdls. or 3 25c. Choice Dairy Butter^ per lb. 35ci V',.^,,, , New Laid-Eggs, pordoz.....-SOc,--^"ll^Se. o ib. for ........ 10c Cheese, per lb. .20cl Turnips,?5 lb. fOr ........ 10c. ,; B. R. Tea. 3 lb. packet ... $1.00' Carrots, "8 lbs. for P5c. �Swift's-Lard, 3 lb. pall;.. 60c. JBarsnlps. 5 lb. for ....... 25o. . . Swift's Lard, 5 lb: pall ... 90c potatoes, -100 lbs for .... 85c. PHONE . , _ 1657. ;� � F.-innn � Goods delivered to ~^f7st>^-y^ all -Parts of City ir%rf&�SrAs. 6th!'Ave:^dar;iihe' PHONE '1657 k Prompt Attention ,to Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South Central CasH jG^oeery �.,finn � -n T.-�'ii,��T -Goods A. E. K PrppHl Goch} HealtiK^ mi Happiness Sg'Tln.iyour placing oniy the'p^eat Wines and Spirits /ionyour table for-family, use. Si V ^Wer can strongly recommen our selection for that purpose. Tfee Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House SSEGIN; BLOCK, FIFTH STfRE^^OUTH'? C Lethbridge, Alta. .02 .01 Lloydminster, Clear.. ..C5 Baltleford, fair.....4. 66 Prince Albert, clear (J4 Saskatoon, cloudy . . �2 � Yorkton, clear...... 55 �Moose Jaw, clear .... ,63 Swif^t Current, clear .. OO' Heglna, clear ____� .. 65 Indian Head, clear .... 60 Albosemin, clear . 65 Qu'A-apelle, dear .... 56 Brandon, clear _____.. 62 Winnipeg, .clear ...------ 60 Boisevan, clear ..... 61 Port Arthur, cloudy .. 72 Broadview, dear .... 70 Dauphiu, olear......'59 Minnedosa, clear .... 60 Portage, clear...... 01 Nelson, clear...... 64 Grand Porks....... 67 Kamloops, clear .. .. 70 Penticton .... .. 71 CooSar cionddt'lons have prevailed throughout the prairie provinces; light' frost has occurred - during the night. V Forecast '.All Wfest-'Fine today and on Saturday, with about the- same temperatures. 28 30 28 38 28 30 29 26 38 36 28 34 32 28 34 29 35 30 32 27 33, 32 39 35 32 30 32 34 30 38 �32 Seeding Time For Lawns, and Gardens 1^^ Our stock of vegetable and flower seeds is specially selected and" adapted to this climate and country.:' " ^ To get results sow Simmer's Seeds. Extra quality Lawn Grass Seed -.'^ 50 c6nt8 per ib. m mm  6 ii-* � New York, April 18.-Negotiations jV hav^'bcgun for the placing in London j'ho is now responsible for llerea the total insurance w.H prob- 'Iheir skfety. has ordered'^ the collec- "dions insured. abiy', exceed ^ $5P,000,000, covering i a Ltd. See Us For TENTS AND AWNINGS AAvnin'gs for Stores, Offices, Eesidenoes, . made on the stortest notice. . . . " Quotations giveii on Application The Red Cross Drug aiid Book Co.. Ltd. Phop* ess Third Av�. CITY AND DISTRICT More Mtitton : Mr. B. S. Pawson yesterday sold a carload: of prime iambs to the P. Burns' Company. He Has New Bum Wagon . L. M. Johnstone today receive a new motor car from "Toronto. It is the famous Russell; make. i ' Open New Store The Alberta Trading Co., 418 Thirteenth street North, are announcing the formal opening of their new store on another page in this lasue. V Steel for Post Office iThree carloads of structural steel arrived' on Wednesday, at the local yards for use in the construction of the new. post office. .) � Two Warnerltes Dr. W. H. Scott, the defeated Tory candidate in the Warner riding, was In ; the city yesterday, and was ac-cotapanied 'by S. Cope,- the druggist. Traction Engine Retpairs , , , ^ ^, _ . . , ^ ^ ^ ^ I Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 h.p. Engines kept, in stock. We are prepared to make countershafts and axles for any malte of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices. The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAY3  Office 408 rtouhd St, J. FIGGINS, Prop. Phone BBS WhenUneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. :: BRICK s Cbmnjton BuUcling Briclt Bressed Bi-icli , '/ f ire ^lace Briclv HoUoAV Lining "BricI^ , 5.vti:" - Tn...!,... ' . Tjr�n�T�f p^i.tition Tile ^if^Briclv : poUo,w.:E^rti CITY AND DISTRICT Track Meet Tonight The Herathalon indoor meet will be held tonight at'the Y.'M.'C. A.' This club includes a movement extending all over Canada and . the United States, and includes ali the indoor events. . Basketball Meetirg Mr, A. C: Rawortii, president of the board of managers of-the Athletic lei^ gue._ requests' a meeting of the basketball .managers at the'vYvM. C. A. on Tuesday night. April, 22' The meet-jsig will be called at & p:m. . Spread fop.Bflys The "Sioux," which have been or-ganized for a year; bold a banqaet tonight, at 6.30, in thfr-y. M. C. A., to celebate the close of. their.�fit'^t season. The club consists of the younger boys. Norman B;Iacleod is. named as toastmaeter. An Added, Attraction . Mr. E. H. Stricklatid, 'ejitomologist, appointed, by Dr. . Hwl?t,", bominlon entomologlsti' to inv�stlgdt6 the cut worm plague in'Bouthe'i|a Alberta, and who is now at the Experimental Farm preparing his cainpaign, 4'V^lH*be present' at, and probablyi 90dres8, the Mixed Farming Cbnveni^(^\nextr Wednesday and Thursday.^^t:,^ ; " Dr. Fisher Will A^tfndjf Dr. Fisher, � commissionfef* in': charge of the enforcement of; tiiaPure^.Meat and Canned Goods Act, .Ssrho has been conducting an investiga^iqiX in^ teth-brldi;e for some days past, will atteiid the Mixed-Farming Convention next week, and will be pleased to answer any questions farmers may care to ask relative to his department and its work. To Visit Winnipeg Convention W. Symonds, vlctf-pi-Bsldent'of ,the Trades Congress, arid, car barn foreman,' left this morning for Winnipeg, to attend a convention or the electricians of Canada, to be held there on the' 21st. Mr. Symonds " will inspect the street railway systems of Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Regina; with a view to picking up pointers to assist him in his wofk here. i'He'missed his train yesterday afternoon, /but said that he was glad be- did,' because he ,was thus permitted to watch.the election returns at the'Herajd. ..He was 'much pleased with the, result.'� =TO0 LARGE A Close Shave Today! A Tube of JOHNSON'S *" SHAVING CREAM Will make jou feel better tomorrow. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., ltd. ^ The Jl^a�L Store TELEPHONE NO. 322C Mr. McKay Returns G."-B. McKay, of the Western Canada Agency, Ltd., returned Wednesday from Edmonton, where he had been for one wefek on business. To Purchase Pictures The Central school pupils will give a concert at the school auditorium on Thursday evening, April 24, the proceeds to. go to the school picture fund. Another Good Man '. A. H. McKeown, publicity commissioner of the Red Deer Board of Trade, writes that he will attend* the Mixed Farming Convention next week. Back From Old Sod  W. E. MacAlpine, formerly connected with the firm of Killien & Mac Alpine, has retomed from an etxended Tlslt to his former home in the Old Gotmtrf. Shortage of Drunks No'ccort was held this morning. Sl-sctloas have put a crimp in the crop of' drunks, but undoabtedly a ^ufllcl-erit number will appisar today to make up for lost time. From Cardston . Dr- and Mrs. R. W. Lynne, of Card-ston. are registered at the Lethbridge. Game Licenses . Hunters must have, a game license for this year, other-wise they are liable to a fine for. shooting geese. ' Licenses can he had from D^MacDonald ^12 5tli street South. Ladies and Gentlemen We have returned qnd are now rea'rty for your , Spring Cleaning DRY CLEANING a SPECIALTY PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS PHONE 1565 The Lethbridge Cleaners 323-5th Street South, Lethbridge Johnson Block ^ Express Paid one way on Out-of-Town Orders . Your Credit Is Good ^rBUSINESS XOCAtS , ?:o2arcl) Theatre idnlght for good -program. Good' mualc. Prices- J.Oc aiid 15c'. - � REX TRANSFER-Phone 670, Alberta Saddlery, opp. Coaidale Hotel. 103-0 Monarch Theatre tonight for good progrran?. Good music. Prices 110c and Ific. ^ t �. J Dainty Gakes and Pastries For Sunday Tfou will need something light' and dainty-let us fill your order. We are specialists in this line. : V: Pure Ice Cream and Home Made Candies A cooling dish of ice cream' or sparkling iced soda always, on hand. Just the thing for this hot weather. Farmers Attend Sure Farmers attending the Mixed-Farming convention next wetk will make up for any lost time in seeding opera, tlon^ by the fund of valuable information they will receiv eon the preparation and marketing of their products. i Cow Killed by Flyer While the Flyer was coming from Taber to Lethbridge this morning ,it collided with a cow between Chin and Coaidale. The result .was "bad for the coo," but the train suffered no da,mage. Steamship Traveller , J. T. Pratt, travelling passenger agent of the Allan steamship line, paid the city a-visit yesterday. He expects his company to have the largest immigrant trade this eeason in its history, all passages being booked for months in advance. Freight Yard Construction  Work Is progressing rapidly on the C. P. R. yards, and as soon as the six new tracks are laid, excavations for � the freight shed will commence. A new plank crossing is being installed at the how spur track crossing TentJi sireet. LOSS IN ' CATTLE RAISING Ottawa,. April � IT."-Unfortunately. for Canadian cattle raisera many calves are lost each year through the accident of' premature birth. While, no douibt, many ' of these losses are due to injiiTies, a much greater iium-ber are caused by contagious abortion. When this disease obtains a foothold in a herd the consequences are'apt. to be serious, as it is readily transferred from animal to animal, making it almost impossible under usual farm conditions to raise calves for. perhaps a series of year. For the Informatlbh of ca/ttle raisers, the Veterinary Director-General has issued a reprint pf a'leaflet of the British Board of Agriculture and Fisheries on this .'disease which is being made the subject of very careful study and experiment . in the Old Country. � � This reprint, s,whlch constitutes a brief pamphlet .q{' four pages, 'deals with the subject under the following heads: Animals affected; The Microbe; Virulent Material and Method of Infection; Symptbms, and Prevention. � ,,< . It is written in plain language, and contains Information of great value to all cattle raisers'and persons who Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH  ' PHONE ,1736 8T. S. -HALLET8- The Florentitte Phone 1404 "?.r*;)?f"**' ,i are.studying thd disease. ,It is printed for free distribution to those who apply for it, but'it is not sent out to the' regular mailing' list of-: the Publications bral^Bh of the Department oJ, Agriculture, at'Ottawa. EDITOR . APPOINTED AS GOVERNOR OF ALASI