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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR:fDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel ts the Best and Moat Conven i Johnson- Block 'Express Pild one way on Out-of-*" I Town' Orders CITY AND DISTRICT steamship Arrivals The 'Allan Line iS.s. ViTglnia, from Liverpool, was due to dock at Halifax on Friday, the 18th. Weatern passengers arrive in "Winnipeg tomorrow, and in Lethbridge on Thursday. The Donaldson liner Athenla is due to-dock at St. JohnVtomorrow. She was reported hy wireless 570 miles east of Cape Race. Had a Good Time , ; ]W. P .Roy, Ed. Leicester, E. Theobald and O: Ccok, all electricians, ot this cit3% w?nt: to Calgary on -Saturday, to join the orier of,the Sons of Jove, in ^that city. They wexe accompanied by J. OI. MoDonnell; statesman of .the : o'rder foe this district. The Xiethbridge boys ,were.royally entertained in Calgary, ana have noth-liig but good words for the order., -I  1. - - � ^ , - \ ' Yo Market �Potatoes vW. J;Uoyd; manager of the Farm Products Co.,^ Ltd., left on Sfiturday foj": Calgaryj - for the purpose ot marketing a large quantity, of potatoes, grown in the Cpaldale disfrict.u. At their meeting on Saturday, the Faxm Products people pnsaed reisolutions endorsing the propoaeid: estaibHshnnent of a central wool market at Lethbridge, and the conservation of na-ural gas. -Big lincrease in Flock -Lewis Ai-Felger,-an extensive farm-:er - operating the Ohio-Alberta fara south-of town, told ,the .Herald this morning"- that, he is about flniBh�>d with ; lambing' .opETations, and has made.about-;-00 per cent.'IncreaBe in his .floek,": having in all about eight hundreiJJlamiMi^i, The past two weeks, he aays, hive ibeen Icteal for the little woollies, and they should make remarkable growth as a result. 4^ ^OARD Artistic, Durable and Etonumical- Walls and Ceilingis Can b6 Made/c^ ; ;' iq^'ismade enUrely of selected woo kf^ilticms, is quickly and easily put up, cpsjs less than ^laiK and plaster, does not'crack or deteriorate, ij |,l!^''valuable for a thousand building, remodeling or fls^^i/ljousehold^uses..': ^' , - . ,  ' � � ' ''Wo can furnish tizei to meet your neadi infomuition and direction* '4tJ&>'-,\f4,,>i4, �  ' " ����� jlSiFHOM JHE TBApE E,8PECIALLY*80LICITED ,a,i|d:-Go^pany '�''6^d^A^h^JpBB!^HS^^^kp disthib'utors ^iSfjMi'V^"itSSc' Mine�and Mills: jW^,:5tK'\'X^lJethbridg^Mlia;}'f2nd Ave. 8. Save Monc^y by Baying your Canned Fruits & yegetablps by the Case The Vine Brand in Sani%ry Tins are Unexcelled in Quality. Look at the exeaptlonally low prices. We have the ageney for Listhbrldge and buy In large quan-tltlet( which l� the,feasop we can sell at such jlovd pr)ees. Order a case today. Your money back, If not satlafaetoryt^.';;*:^ . , . . ^ ^ �. $3.90 TOMATOES>:88j^^Sai^,tapy tins, 2 tins for Per case, 34>;t)Ar*^^^^^^^^................_____. HONEY SWEET-'C(>*�ti-^2s, 2 tins for......26c. Per case, 84 tlfl? ................. $2.75 STANDARD PEAS-i28, 2 tius for'.....----, 26c. Per case, 24 tins ..................... $2.90 EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2s, per tin-----...... 15c. Per case of 24 tins.............$3.35 GOLDEN WAK OR RtSFUGEE BEANS-Sanitary tins, 28, 2 tins for ..----... ij25c. Per case. 2+ tins ----...----.......... r,$2.85 VEGETABLES-Assorted, 24 Uns in case^ price per case.................... $3,25 FRUITS IN- HEAVY SYRUP, 2 lb. SANITARY , TINS . . CRAWFORD PEACHES-Price per tin .... 20o. Price per case, 24 tins............... $4.25' BARTLETT PEAR&-Price per tin ........ 20c. Price per case,'24 tins ...........---- $4.26 STRAWBERRIES-2 tins for............. 46c.. Price per case; 24 tins............... $5.00 RASPBERRIES, Red ox- Black, 2 tins for ... 45c - Price per case, 24 tins............---- $6.25 PITTED CHERRIES-Red or white,.2 tins 45c. Price per case ............$8-25 FRUITS-Assbirtod oases 24 tins-No. 1. Assortment,'per case.............$4.75 No. 2, Assortment, per case........... $4.60 -PHONE8- Grocery. Dept. 628 Wholesale Dept. 1271; THE GOOD COMPANY High Cias*. Grocers, Friiit and-Con-fectionery. '"Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 626 Wholetale Oept 1271. 4^ weathei^ 70 73 .64 65 72 74 68 64 srt 36 39 44 41 46 36 33 46 41 36 36 42 36 36 38 30 38 Lethbridge, clear ... -Edmonton, fair ...... Saskatoon, clear ... , Winnipeg, cloudy ....., Nelson .................. Calvary, fair.......... Medicine Hat, clear ...... 74 Brooks, fair ........... Battleford, clear ..... Moose Jaw, clear ... UraiKlcu, fair ...... ... I'jrt ;irt!iur, cloudy ..... 40 t.Srwid Forkfc............ .... 65 Ked Deer, clr;ir 67 Ml ..cod, clear .....______J.. 67 I'tiuce ^^-Ibort, fair 70 Kcgma. licit ............... 62 Kam'v.ip-;. cltudy 64 Lifi^rl .sc;ttered showers ' of rain have'c' into in Manitoba, otherwise thf weather throughout the prairie pr- vi.Mis luis been mostly, flne and wiirm .|:ir::..; the day, but qUite cool at night. FORECAST : All Atet-GeiiErally; fair and warm, today and on Tues- _^ >^ I CITY AND DISTiRICT . ^ .1. /' :.. � .V;.? f^.-'^-EnJoyea tt HtlV.J� "... ����� �- � The RedCross Drug and Bpok Co., Ltd. Phone 686 Third Av� city and district Fop the Dog Show A CArload ot some of the finest dogs In- Canada arrived in Lethbridge from Winnipeg this morning for show at the fair grounds on Wednesday and Thursday. Visited His Home Paul Seidenbecker, of the. International Harvester Co.'s staff here, returned his morning from Chicago, where he has been for the past three [.weeka'on a visit- to ills parents. Baby Is Dead "Herman Finn, Infant son of Wm. J. Finn, idled this morning,, at the father's' iresidenoe, 649 Ndnith street South.' The funeral will be at St. Patrick's Cliurch, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. �Exhibition Board Tonight The Lethbridge 'Exhiibitlon Board will, meet this evening in tie board rooms to discuss matters in connec-t'ion'With the Spring Stock show, and �the'Wg exhiblUon, which is only two months- distant. 'See^is for Everybody SWEET p'eM-, � Marie .CprelU Queen'''A'lexandra Black Knight ' Mrs. Walter Wright.. Eckford's NASTURTIUMS-(Dwarf) Dwarf Ml\ed. , , Scarlet'. -NASTURTIUMS-(Tall) ' ) , Lobb'a Black Prince. Lucifer McKenz{ei?a IVtixed . NASTURTIUMS (Cloth oiP Gold) Golden Leaved. LAWN GRASSLAND .: VEGETABLE SEEDS J. D. Higinbotham &Cpl7Ltd. The 35g2SSS ^^'"'^ TELEPHONE NO. 322  Off to Calgary Freight Agent Niokells, of the C. P. ;r.; leaves on. the 6 o'clock train for .Caleary; where he will be for two or threS days on buslnesis, and incldent-.ftlly attend ^ the Manufaitur�TS' banquet. r'^' Lboklng Over South Field �^XS. Rook, of the rural line depart-niiant of the government: telephone sya jtem, went north to Calgary tliis morning, after spending a few days in the -south, -looking .over the rural linen, 'which the government Int^ndB to build during the coming summer. Watch Maoleod Grow H. M. and W. A. Whidrlngton, architects, have received on order from afiX' (type of building, BUi>plapilftg,4atl).' and 'j&lMtet and can be u^ed I&"ei;y^ry fooitf/jfrom baseinent: to; |tt{6,%l.{h-, perfect V satifl-faction, , ' . ' r, " I business; locals REX TRA>ISF13Bj-%l)ion'a JtO, .Alberta Saddlery, opp? CpaiafOl^'lioeel. 103-0 It Will Pay You to Take Notice 'Swift's iremlum Hams, lb. 26c. Swift's 'Weraium bacon lb. 33c. Swlftf$ Lai>a, Ss,----...... 60c Swift's Lard, 5b. 95c. SEED Golden Wax Beans,, lb. . �.. -20e. Thomas Laxton Peas. lb. ,.15o Sweet Peas, per. oz........' 6c. Dutch Sets, nibs, for ...... 35e. In addition to our attractivo prices wo give coupons representing 11.00 worthi ot goods with ovory .?2C.OO spent. \ The Premium Grocery �24.11th 8t. south. J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite T�rrll!R PHONE 57* Traction Engine Repairs We keep on hand for immediate shpiment gearing and repair parts for the 32 h. p. Reeves and Case engines. Wo make gearing for other engines as Avell. All gears are of the best quality of semi-steel and our prices are below those of the manufacturers. The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. pony express and transfer ~. DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408uRound St., � J. FIGGINS, Prop. ' Phone 633 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 V T^ to any part of the City. FORNITURE REMOVED COAL C.0.0. � bri'??i'sh constables to the rescue Of the Germa"n ambassador to' England: Policemen drawing his excel-lency's co^ch to the House of Lords, after the horses had. become frightened plunged and broken the pole of the coach, police ran, to the horses' heads, unharnessed the animals, and led them away. BO la-ymij. vuai -^^jj -Hrere happy thatvMr. Fox did-^npt several forms to dlwlace lath and|au�er death, or'a'thbr!dgej^i{ai^,theip^]|Beni,|| gers^irtranafen'edi. :night|tor:. th*' ��^ii&)(^i||*i||l^|i^ sold his stock -of-ireqiiMj^^^ everytlilng-fie hail that'^�fl ' University of Alberta � Law, students writing npon the law exam.inatlons beginning the. fourth Moiiday in May will make application as usual to Charles"F. Adams, eecre-itaiy orf'the Law Soci^ty^ Calgary.' Those desiring to write upon the LL.B. examinations will make' application to'the K&giatrar of the University of Alberta, Edmonton South. Examinations will be held both In Bd-montoh and Calgary, beginning upon the above date. A Live Board of Trade The Board of Trade, at Walsh at their meeting last Friday night, passed resolutions endorsing the proposed homestead regulations, 'whefeby homesteaders will be allowed to enter in' mixed farming at their own dis-cretlon;- proposed reduced freight rates on coal to eastern points; the conservation of natural gas; the pro-.poged f grades an:d inspection of, hay arid' straw, and the eBlablishment ol a oent^'al wool market at Lethbridge. '. Will be Here Thursday R: J. Hutchings, vice-president of /ihei'Great West Saddlery Co., of Calgary, who has been'greatly interested in .the Mixed Farming Convention,' rand Who.had accepted an invitation i''to' addrass the gathei'lng, informs the p^ecretai^ea'that h6 will b�i unable o :get,iher In time to participate'In,the ::pi'pgranune,: as he is (ioifipelled to fit-*tend- the' manufacturers; /bouquet to �nj!>rreWt?jHght In'Calgary. Mr. Hutch^ ^iiSga'ls>president of the Calgary Man-.Ufactm'&B' aspbolation. The manage;-^m1i..)^Stoi-\t^'ail Mr.-' H\itc)\liye�ry/ttt 3ff-&aa^M}o (give his .lecture,; hut aro; �^^ad'''tS^Know that he will be here oh ~h'utii^aV'**'ternopn'to 8P�et llie farpi- andsevr eral^ others not imraediately: fatal. Carman,Hallwas'kIllad,i:oti,Sunday,, when her; automobile ovortumed.'':, ;  'J. - A. Cunulngl^amta.r'i,well.kno.wny busineBs ipan.; struck ^a street cleaner � named, Morris last-night, and -threw, Morris so hard.agaifast a hydrant;that he died. Both drivers were .exonorat-'ed.'of"blame..:-::;',,�,?���?''.'''vn. �::�:.-/. Wm. Mallei:,' traveller for a' drug' firm; overturned:' hisi.qar while'trying to stop In obedlenofe to;'a;pQlioeJuan's-. signal. His Bkull'i'wa&;'fraoture"d,:and': he Ip pot expected to live. PILES CURED IN 8 TO. 14 PAYS. Your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMBNT.'faiis to cure any ciise of Itching, Blind, Bleeding, 'or Protruding Piles In 9 to .14 days. 50o. Your Credit is oxprosis-'at'the �om town, ;