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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel rs the Beat and Most Convenient Place to Stay About the handiest thing around the; farm or bam is a good wheelbarro.v- They save many A useless, step, many a heavy loatt and ninny, an hour's work. , Wo have wheelbarrows made of hard vcood. with removable sides, others with steel bodies. The frames of all of them are stiff, and well braced. C W. GRAY **The. Store That Saves Vou Money" SiO Sth Street Phone 761 The House Wives Friend DEAL WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY COUNTS Fresh Made. Creamery ButW 'Fresh Lettuce in dally, lb. 30c. per pound............., 40c Green Onions, 10 bdls. or 3 25c. Glioice Dairy Butter, per lb. 35c f;_hi,,,, = New Laid Eggs, per doz. ..30c . gaUbage. o Jb. lor .... Cnieese. per lb.............20c turmps, o. lb. for ----- B. R. Tea 3 lb. packet ... $1.00. : Carrots. 8 lbs. for Swift's Lard, 3 lb, pall . j ., 60c. .Parsnips, 5 lb. for ... Swift's Lard, 5 lb. pail ... 90c Potatoes, 100 lbs for . 10c. 10c. 25c. 25c. 85c. feJ^"^^ Central Cash Grocery A. E. Kiimear, 1667 Prompt Attention to Phone Orders � 612 Seventh St. South PHONE 1657 Goods delivered ot all Parts of City Proprietor 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car line Athletic Pifctui-es are most ijiteresting to the friends at home, and you .will appreciate tlieni liig;lily when school da3's are over. Let lis sTicw vou our'new College Panels and other suitable styles. ; . � . . MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY TISEla Photographeir 906 THIRD AMENUE SOUTH Alberta Saddlery Co. ^ See Us. For TENTS AND AWNINGS Awnings for Stores, Offices, Residences^ |i''-^briaee;A.t..,. r. ,1245 2nd Ave. 8. Real Good Oranges and Lemons Yhat Are Guaranteed Frostless are now very hard to get and when you do get them the price Is almost prohibitory, We have,, however, secured a large quantity of Extra Cholcd Niival Oranges, at a rpmarkably low price and. while this lot lasts you may receive the beheflt of our buying. FROSTLESS ORANGES-Price per dozen, from..................................35c to 60c. FROSTLESS LEMONS, Messlnas or Californlas per dozen.........................45c. VERY CHOICE WASHINGTON APPLES- BLACK TWIG AND BEN DAVIS APPLES Tii"^ ""^^r'rc ^^^r^pS:"^PriL"J:^ -""-^^ ^^--^ case ................................J.. |1.65 Special per case....................... $1.25 For Saturday we expect head lettuce. Fresh Spinach, Radishes. Green Onions, Rhubarb, Celery, Oreen Pe^s, and other seasonable goods. We also will have the first Californlan Strawberries on the market whenever they are in good condition. Watch our Ad.'a for particulars in the Fresh Fruit ami Vegetable line. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail .PHONES- Grocery Dept. 626 Wholesale Dept 1271. It Will Pay You to Take Notice Swift's Premium Hams, lb. 26c. Swift's Premium bacon lb. 33c. Swift's Lard, 3b,,.......... 60c Swift's Lard, 5a........�. 95c. SEED Golden Wax Beans, lb.....20c. Thomas Laxton Poas. lb. ..15c Sweet Pens, per oz. ........ Sc. Dutch Sets, Slbs. for......35c. In addition to our attractive prices wo give coupons represeutiuB ?1.00 worth of. goods with every $25.00 spent. . The Premium Grocery S24-11th St. South J. TUFF, PBOPRierbR Opposite T�rrll!i! PHONE e7� WEAIHER Hatters Pass Through Wm. Cousins and wife, fof Medicine Hat, passed throug^ the city last night, en route for Gteai Falls. Mr. Booker in Tpwn Mr. J. Booker, the new travelling agent of the C. P, R., relieving Mr. Murphy, was in the city ioday, leaving for' the East on t|ie Flyer, To Consult Oj^lcersj, , jSIr. A. .E. Humphries,'.^aviBlUng Immigration inspector, leaveji toinorrow night for Winnipeg.twhere lie will con. fer with the authorities pursuant to the traffic at the ports of entry In Alberta and B.C., which he supervises. Jerry in Trouble Again. Jen-y Carroll, interdict, was, hardly out ot the Barracks, -where he had served fourteen., days on a similar charge, when lie was in. the toils again for being drunk. Magistrate- Elton gave, him. the option of fs. fine of $15.00, or a return' to his home sweet home tor a similar Jw'riod, the option to be named by Chief Davis, who thinks that "time" doca Jerry more good than the fine, ' No Macleod Connection It is rumored th&t there will be no connection between train No. 511 going west, and No. 53!) out of Macleod for Calgary, after June 1; No. 539 will leave Macleod earlier than at present, thus missing' connection with the Lethbrldge �westbound; This will necessitate passengers for Calgary travelling exclualvely over tlie Alder-syde brancli, leaving Lethbrldge at 7 a.m. or G p.m. . Lethbridpe, clear/............ 67 Edmonton, clear .......... 70 Macleod, clear................ 68 Medicine Hat, fair ......... 72 Prince Albert, clear ......... 62 Winnipeg, clear ............... 62 Nelson......................... 73 Fine weather prevailed this morning throughout the prairie provinces and temperature has been about the same as last report. Moderately warm weather is general. FORKCAST: Majiitoba and Saskatchewan-Pme, not much change in temperature. Alberta-Fine today, a few scattcr-e-' iiiowers on Sunday. GITY AND DISTRICT Tennis Racquets AND Now City of Lethbrldge As reported in the Herald on Thursday, Staffordville ceased to exist yesterday, Mayor Hardie' making the trip to the village, and In .the presence of the councillors and secretary-treasurer of the . village received the keys of the municipality togeth er with the audit of the lioolca up to the last minute Staffordville Is no more . "Sioux" Class Banquet The "Sioux" boys' club.banquet last night, in celebration of the close of their first year's -work, was a distinct Those present were Master Norman McLeod, toaatmaster; Sidney Reid, Ralph MoOre, Cyril Morin, Lav-em KlUen, C(;cil Crawford, Grant Paries, Russel Eichards, Claytpn Hansch, Ralph Waddingtdn, William Marshal, Raelof Van Haarlem, G�o. Scott and Geo. Kenam. Mr. A. J. Irving, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and .ISarle Roberts, leader ot the class, were also present. The boys greatly enjoyed th^ feast, and the toasts that followed, and. a general good time was pent by all present. Supplies .Our stock of Tennis Goods is very large, well assorted and entirely new. Prices are very low, considering ''the ihigh quality." Racqutts; $1.25 to $10.00 (All above,$3 guaranteed) NETS-$4.00-to $9.00. TAPES-(1J4 In.) $5.50 set. BALLS-^;00 to $5.00 dozen The Red Gix)ss Drug and Book Co.. Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Flyer Late The eastbound Flyer, which, is us unlly on time, passed through nearly six hours late today. The cause of the delay could not be learned. . Wrestling With Licenses A special meeting ot the City Council was held this afternoon, when the license bylaw was again considered. Phone S5& Third AV� Seeifcfor Everybody sw'eet peas-T'i Marie Corelli Queen Alexandra ': Black Ki^rght Mrs. Walter Wright. Eckford's NASTU RTIU M%-(Dwarf) Dwarf Mi: .; Golden Leaved. LAWN GRASS AND VEGETABLE SEEDS J. D. Higinbotham & Co, ltd. The %i^caZi Store TELEPHONEJNO. 322 ' ' It Cost $5.00 and Costs Jack Green was fined ?5.00 and costs this morning in the City police court for assault on Mrs. Hardy, of 7 Hospital terrace. Exhibition Board A regular meetlns of thn Ejrhibit'ion Board will 'be held In the Board of Trade offices, on Monday night at 8 p.m. The Dance Tonight The Typographical Union, No. 551, hold their big dance in the K. of P. hall tonight, and if you want to have a good time be stire and attend. Dancing 8 to 12. Off to the Coast .,Mv, Sam HoUyman, district freight agent at' this point, left this morning for Vancouver, where he will be for some two months in connection with the company's westei-n freight rates. Change In Schedule Owing, to avchange in the mail ser-vicei the C.P.R. s.s. Empress of Iceland, scheduled to, leave, St. John on May 2, calling at Halifax, will sail one. day earlier, on May 1, and will not call at Halifax. ,> A special train leaves Montreal for the dock in .St. John's at 8.15 Wednesday, April 30, connecting with the Uner. To.ok Over Stafford Today Mayor Hardie this morning, in company with the city solicitor and the secretary-treasurer, formally accepted the books and keys of Staffordville ffom Reeve Wilson and Secretary Moodle, who automatically pass out of office. The Staffordville officials signed the last ch'eicine that will ever be issued In the name of tie municipality today, it being in favor of the city of Lethbrldge tar the amount of money now in the village treasury. The Mayor spent pan of the morning learning the combination of the Staffordville safe, which now reposes in his private office. � "THAT PRINTER OF UDELL'S Traction Engine Repairs - Gearing for Reeves and Case 32 h.p. Engines kept in stocfe. We are prepared to make countershafts and axles for any make of engine at figures below manufacturers' prices. The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prop. Phone 631 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.O. Ladies and Gentlemen We have returned and are now ready for ypur Spring Cleaning DRY CLEANING a SPECIALTY PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS PHONE 1565 The Lellibrldge Cleaners 323-5th street South, Lethbrldge Johnson. Block Express Paid one way on Out-of-Tbwn Orders Forty years'In 'use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by, physicians. For Woman's.Aliments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills, at your druggist. with, and delivers the stirring lines of the story with comprehending intelligence) .and a fine suggestion of reality.' ' His work is unusual, not only In ' Its expression of a dramatic in-s'tlnct, and In thii speaker's grasp of teclinlcial-laws, but in his- capacity for grasping an idea out of real life and working It Into his Interpratation of book characters. Wichita men will be glad to hear,Everett ICem-p again. Mr. Kemp will read "That Printer of Udell's." in KnOx Church at 4.15 tomorrow afternoon. Game Hunters must have a game license for this year, otherwise they are liahle to a fine foi- shooting geese. Licenses can he had from , D^LMacDonaU 412 5th Street South. CURES COUGHS atCCLDS .steamship Movements ' The White Star Ihidr Megantic was reported by wireless, some daysogo 1020 miles east ot Halifax. . She is due to dock this attea'noon at Hall-.! fax, and at Portland on Sunday. Passengers for Lethbridge will arrive on Saturday next at 3.50 p.m. The Donaldson liner Casandrla is due at St. John on Sunday afternoon, passengers arriving in �Ijethbr^dge' next Saturday.  , � The Cunarder Mauretania docked at Halifax yesterday. The Ansonia arrived in London on Wednesday, at 11 a.m. . . .BUSINESS LOCALS The Monarch, Is always a. good, cool theatre has bright steady pictures and the'best of music. A lecture wii be, delivered at tije Starland Theatre, Sunday, April 2()th, at 8 jp.m., by Alf. Budden. Subject-Evolution. REX TRANSFER-Phone 670, Alberta Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 Everet Kemp who appears at Knox church tomorrow In Harold Bell Wright's "That Printer of .Udell's'^ will arrive in the city early S-unctey morning' coming, from Moose Jaw, where he has appeared nlno time? within a year. After the three day's engagement here Mr, Kemp goes to .Calgary and. Edmonton where last year he filled a week's engagement at both places. Be sure and visit tbo Monarch tonight, A great two^resl feature ''/The i! in the Ejisl^;^ JJft5t"t�pa three V fmiar eoort reels. 10c ISc. ' Your Credit Is Good Everett Kemp Ranks Foremost as an Interpretive Reader:-Four Hundred Heard Him Sunday (Wichita Beacon) Pour hundred business, profesi'ion-al and jahorlng men of Wichita went ajourneying Sunday afternoon to Boyd City, and followed Dick, "That printer of Udell's," through the eventful days of his life with absorbing in-ter-esc. Etverett Kemp, the interpretive reader, with an electrifying personality, was the guide and Interpreter ot this happy journey Into literature . ' ..Through Mr. Kemp's eyes, the men saw the lights and shadows of Harold Bell Wright's great story. Tho reading was given in the auditorium ot the Young JVIen's Christian associa {Ion. Keeping his audience dis-iliusloned is a reader's hardest task. Mr. ICemp did this I with the greatest success. His audience forgot where it sat, forgot the man before it, and wept with Dick, laughed with Uncle j3obby, and applauded the sermonsiCpf Reverend Cameron with enthusiasm that should delight the heard of any reader. The mome'nt'the man who sits In the audi enoe remembers that he Is in the aud lence.and that the reader Is merely a marionette in the world of make-be llevo, his interest lags and the read Ing. falls flat. No one realizes this better than Mr. Kemp, and few succeed In holding interest and absorption in a story better 'than he dops Mr. Kemp Iteeps his hearers on the wings ot th6 Btory, and nono aliglit until "The End" Is reached. . Not to the widespread Interest In the book, but largely to tho speaker's sympatlietic personality and admir ;ably, was 'the success-iu'i; reading of "That Printer ot .Udnll's': largely due. ': Mr.Kemp makes his work pulsate ,;^lth/geHulipe fueling, sug^es^ts the Alberta Outfi(#is lOMINION BL0"3t' SIXtH' ST,;'t., , , ' ' PHi tE 1736 ' VT^''r ;^^'''t'^7ge��^n�ness ot, the character he deals AUCTION SALE -OF- Silver Ware, China Ware and Household Furniture -ON- Tuesday Next, April 22nd At 1813 1st Avenue Ai, North Lethbridge, commencing at 1.30, by W, L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER 'Favored with instructions from A.. G. Neodham,; Esq., .1 >ylll sell the following without resorvo. '.frURNltURE "Chiffonier  Book case Oak Ex. Table, Mission finish Set Diners Sideboard . Centr'e tables _ Hall racks Several rockers. Morris chair - Easy Ohalr; Verandahchalrs, ' ' Medicine Cabinet _ Large: Verandah Blind 3 Carpet .Squares  �Several Riigs . Burnt Wood Jardlnler stand 1 Ice Cream Freezer  1- Gasoline Stove. CHINAWARE 2 China Tea Sets  1-2 do'^on hand painted plates rancy vOmamepts Hand painted fish set Brass Cgmdlo Sticks, 'Fancy Jardlnters. all sizes Banquet LaiPPBi. SILVERWARE 1 Silver Soup Ladle 1 Silver Water Jug. 1 Silver Tea Sot 1 Silver Cruet Stand aud Butter dish. 1 Silver Pickle Cruet 2 Pudding Dishes. 2 Cake Stands. > Silver Mugs , 1 Silver Soup Ladcl Slivor Cako Knives, fish spoons nut cracker, etc. 1 Silver flsh set In plush case 3 Sots of Silver Knives with ivory handles in plush cases. 2 Seta of Sterling silver, fnult knives. 1 Set Five O'clock Tea Spoons 2 Sliver irays. 2 Silver Candle Sticks. 1 Carving Set !n plush case. 2 Cut Glass Knife restti Large quantity of knives, forks and flpooiiB, etc. A large quantity of fancy linen. Including table cloths, sideboard scarfs 'about -'.0 table napkins, bed spreads, biankocs, sheets, comforters','.'plliilows, cushions, etc. SPJ5CIA '4NOTfOB'.--Mostly all ot the 'silverware has never been .=Vi8ed>-.'i.'i:.:i;S.'�'r!:K.'':.' ..... NO, Bie&^pYE-TERMS CASH a- *, III. - ', w. L. V/ljson, Auctioneer, �I ;