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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Yoa will find one of our cobbler's outfits about the best invest-ulent you have �>T�>r m^aa. both from the stand-point of time and i money. > C W.GRAY 5^The store That Saves You Money* aiGSthStreet Phone 761 III Save Moiieyby}Buying your Canned Fruits & Vegetables by the Case The Viiie Brand in Sanitary Tins are Unexcelled in Qualityi Look at the exceptionally low prices. "We have the agency for Lethbrldge and buy In large quan-tltfee which ,1b the reason'we can sell at aueh'low prices. Order a case today. Your money back If not satisfactory. V,'- " FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP, 2,lb. SANITARY � � � ^��-TINS ,., CRAWFORD PEACHES-Price per Un .... 20c, Pride per case, 24 tins.............., $4.2S BARTLETT PEARS-Price per tin........ 20c. Price per case, 24 tins .............. $4.25 "STRAWBERRIES-2 tins for............. 45o. Price per case, 24 tins.......... $5.00 RASPBERRIES, Bed or Black, 2 tins for ... 45o Price per case, :24 tins................ $5.25 PITTED CHfeRRIES-Red or white. 2 tins 45c. Price per case ....................... $5.25 FRUITS-Assorted casies 24 tins-No. ABs6rtnient,.p^r case J........J...,, $4.76 No. 2, Assorii^ent,; ]^r caa e ;......*.... $4.50 TOMATOES, 3s, Sanitary tins, 2 tins for ...35o. Per case, 24 tins..................... $3.90 HONEY SWEET CORN-2s, 2 tins for...... 25c'. Per case, 24 tins ................... $2.75 STANDARD PEAS-2s, 2 tins for.......... 26o. Per case, .24 tins ..................... $2.90 EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2s, per tin.. 15c. Per case,of 24 tins..................... $3.35 GOLDEN WAX OR. REFUGEE BEANS-Sanl-- tary tins, 2s, 2 tins for.......----25c. Per case, 24 .tins .;...........;....... $2;86 VEGETABLES-Assorted, 24 tins in case." prlcp per case.................. $3.25. 1THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept '1271., High Class Grocers^ Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail .PHONES- Grocery' Dept. tM Wholesale Dopt 1271. WEATHER E BY TELE Ci�P. R. WILL .'LIKELY STRING LOT OF NEW WIRE THIS YEAR i I It m lir i ' (W. A. p. Report). �lli^Vv"'.Winnipeg. April. 22.-Four thousand ! jilvifBojBu: hundred and seventy-live miles ipKof.newj-wiro'wUl-: be strung^ by the O ^ �'']R^*!R^ ;,telegraph departmenli western *' lihfefduring the, present summer, according : to the ^announcement made hy'iViJ;, McMillan, superintendent of wes,tdm?;lmesy this, m Details � of;;iiBmc7v;|res with the imileage they i ''''�� (Macleod (two wires), .jj|fehbridge:tov Crows Nest, v 200 ^Medfpme: Hat to Moose Jaw, 380 operated by telephone within three years. Gommercial use of the telephone by railway companies to supplant the telegraph is not being considered. Track which will be operated by the C.P.R. telephone by the end of the. present summer is as> follows : Winnipeg to Vancouvei; 1,450 miles. Portal branch Soo line, 165 miles. .Winnipeg to Souris, 150 miles. Calgary to Edmonton, 195 miles. Calgary to Macleod, 110 miles; Macleod to Crows Nest, 100 miles. Total, 2,280 miles. Of this mileago which will be operated by the Cp.R. telephones by thisfall, the first three stretches of track were equipped with the improvement last year^ except the stretch between '.Winnipeg and l^road-Tiew, which 'was done previously, and the other work is to be undertaken t^s year, rv.'. V t WEATHER Lethbridgc, clear .... Edmonton, clear ... Saskatoon, snowing Moose Jaw, cloudy Regina, fait........... Brandon, cloudy ... Winnipeg, raining .., Port Arthur, foggy 49 24 44-32 53 56 53 61 74 48 34 34 32 38 44 38 37 37 30 24 26 38 32 43 32 39 .22 .36 .06 .06 Nelson ...... ...... 48 Grand Forks ...... ...... Red Deer, fair ...... ..... Calgary, clear............ Macleod, clear........... Medicine Hat,, fair ...... Swift Current, snowing Portage, fair ... .;. ... Kj^mloops, ...... ...... Pentioton...... ........... ! Cooler weather has. set in over the ! prairie provinces, in ^iManitolm it has been moderately warm, but m', Saskatchewan and Alberta it has turned much colder : with frost .;at several places and some light rains and also snow flurries have, occurred. FORECAST r Manitoba and Saskatchewan-A few light; showers or snowfalls, but mostly, fair and cooler oil,Thursday.� . ..f-- 1 Alberta-Fair and cool today and on Thursday. ' Tennis uets AND Supplies Our'stock"of Teiinla Goods Is very lar^e, well assorted and entirely, new. Prices are very  low, oUnsldering the high quali|y.'i j- Racquets, ,$1.25 to $10.00 , ' (Ail.:aliovev$3 guaranteed) NETS-$4.00 to $9.00. TAPES-i-(t!4 In.) $5.50 set. BALLS^-$3.00 to $5.00 dozen N SOyiH AFRICA m 4'^ Jf.>;the close of the present sum-niwi'ithe C.PJR. will have no .less �ttiaa,2;280'miles of its i^incipje track In''We8tem* Canada- operated by tele-'*'oi^."a4d)it.J3'sa^d,!that all trains ^ ^^estern lines, with the exce'>tidn | ..-u^Sfiba'e on remote branches, will be,j Pretoria, South Africa, .April 23.~ It was decided some time agip, t,i have a form of conscription for the defence of South Africa. This has nowireachei an advanced stage, for it is now. reported that th�(' total number of registrations under the' defence act* of February 1, 1913, 65i'507,vand of'this number, 4^,83.2 volunteered for training. The number who have registered represent 86 per cent 0^ the possible, though fn the OiangeFree State, the perc'eutaiie is :94;^' ' : ... It unnerves a man to have his wife act as. It she Isn't used- to it, when he's polite to her before company.- ;Iiipplncott's Magazine. CITY pysTRipT Jaking in the skow Dr.: and Mrs. Bryan and Dr! and Mrs. Wilson, ;OfCarmangay, were visitors, in thexlty today, ,' ; '�� Trades and Labor Council The Trades and^XAhor Council will meet tomorrow,'night In the Labor. Temple at eight ojclock, to discuss I matters of ithe uti&oat importance. . Mr. Vrddmati III G. K Vrooman, of the' department of vustpmp' staff here, is aeriouply 111 at his home; Mr., and Mrs. C. M. Arnold arrived this'morning from Calgary*, in answer tb -a telegram call-Ipg Mrs. Arnold, to-her father's bedside.'----" , , ',,'';-,. �; . ' --, The R^oss Drug and B.qq�,Co.. Ltd. Phone CSS Third Avf CITY AND DISTRICT Good Templar* The I. O. G. T. will hold a, meet-in Bailey street school this evening. It .will be the regular monthly meeting, and several new members will be enrolled. . . Mount Temple Spola thousand building, remodeling or household uses. .We can (arniah aize* to meet your nsedi with' full information , and directions ^^i^P^O^fi^iA^OM^rH E TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED li|^^|S^|5J^i?tty5r^ 2nd: AvalI an artffit'S �; ahlHty.. 'The audience � was not what" If should have been, but Mr;,'Kem_p IJgs gained enough vadmlrers 'lri""Let'hbri^ge�; to ab-Bute him of >etter support na;c�f time^;; Cowley, April 20.-Now that the elections are over the people are geit-ting settled into shape for the usual spring work. A few hours rain on Tu?sday morning kept the farmers from work for a short time. The wea-tber man came in for some severe criticism for his sitopplng work, hut the sa.nje farmers took a whole day off on Thursday. The Conservatives were out in their usual style, although there numbers were not as strong aa last election. -The lovers of itennis have already been out on the court trying out their ekill. On Monday night they met in the parlors of the Union Bank and reorganized for the coming season. E. W. Bromley was elected pre sldenit. Miss Sarah Pettlt, vice president, and W. K. McKay is secretary-treasurer. , The mem'berBhlp fee Is fixed at fS.po for gentlemen, and the ladies free. The polo tournament for the championship of Western Canada will be held in town this year, The dates are no'l set yet but will be fixed so that tney will agree with the time the Win-nlpeg clubiB have at their disposal. The owners of the local polo grounds have made arrangements for spending ^$500 in flxing the ground and jmaktng a half mile race track as soon as the weather permits. A large grandstand will ho erected and in readiness for the tournament. The Arch Degree wa.H put on In the Orange lodge Friday night.. Visiting hrethreii were present from Blair;-niorcQummerview and Plncher Creek �The flr&t baseball game w^: played bnthe River grounds Suaday';betweaa the RiVer and p. t&ivfa composed^^of players, from the Cowley team aW the C, ;P. R. team. The latter/won Jjy the.score of 13 to,9. if-., Ritson: returned,. Sdturday .fromr i'J^lS'winter visit to Bngl^ind.- � The tormil opening of Burgmgn's hall in-North Lethbrldge took place last night witfi' a splendid � concert under the auspices o� Westminster church.t His Worship Mayor Hardie, presided, and each item on the program was gracio\isly received; Mrs. W., P. J. Alexander Find, Mrs. Jelifii ably accompanied' the muR'cal sfilections. Burgman' situated on Th'.r teenth street, which w.11 ue the main street. 0^ the greater Lothb.ridge, and is an up-to-date dnd thoroughly modern t-wb-storey brick structure. If is beautifully lightedj. has steam heat, and a-perfect ventilating system. It is .considered to be fireproof. Mr. Burgman kindly: placed the hall at the disposal of Westminster church for the concert., ; Mayor.Hardie; proved a most nopu-lar,cJ)airman. and the program was of exceptional merit. There wasn't a weak spot from introduction to finale, � au'd-encores were the order of the night.'' In songs jMr.Farrant, Mr. McGou-gan, Miss; Dorothy Young, Miss Grace Dicer, Miss Whithall, and Miss Udy' all; gave great pleasure. All sang 'well' and gave the audience every cause for showing the heartiest appreciation. In instrumental selections .Miss Francis? Dunsworth, Mrs.-Aloxanderj. Miss Killam, Miss Livingstons and Miss.Foster were splen-di^i, and for a very youug lady Miss Dtmsworth "showed promise of rare excellenjje., In elocution Miss Leah Simm Wits as plea.sing as ever. Mr. B. ,S.. Young is qualified for the professional 'Stage. He would be reciting yet if the. audience has its way. Mr. D. H. Elton was also a .warm favorite in a humorous reading. Mr.,Bd. Chandlet was given a hearty reception in'a well played selection on the clarionet. There were, twp . quartettes, one composed of Mrs. Alexander, Miss Swim, Mr..Siram' and Mr. Stott, and the other the Westminster male quartette which sang, "Dixie Land", the interpretation being very clover.. The exception'ally .plefising program closed witli Auld Lang'. Syne, in honor of the braw Scotch chairman and because.'everybody, likes it. The good people of Westminster through the Herald; wish:tct express deepest appreciation of tlie 'generous patronage accorded the; concept, and also of the kincSiy. assistance of those who contributed to the evening's enjoyment. Alberta Outf itlers DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 1735 Ladies and Gentlemen We have^returned and are now ready for your, - Spring Clleaning DRY CLEANING a SPECIALTY , PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS : PHONE 1BB5 The Lethbrldge Gleaners 323-6th Street South, Lethbrldge Johnson Block ^ ExphesB Paid one way on Out-of- i Town Orders . { with Justice Walsh presiding-. A large number of cases are set for trial.  � All the positions in connection with the court house in Macleod, and I which had been promised . to Patterson workers goes on just the same, i"and some who liave been waiting for these positions, have the privilege of waiting four years-longer. : At the enquiry ; Monday, Premier Sifton^ gilined several. votes. The recount 'on April 28th win make somq change. - � W. H. Atkins, of the .American hotel, has let the bbntract for the erection o� his new addition. The operations have already been started, which will make this J^otel one. of the best'in the west. . Mayor Stedman occupied his scat. of honor Monday night at the regular meeting of the CounciL : The school board asked for the uso of the grounds south of the C.P.R. for a' temporary school building, which was, granted, and will' be erected at once. The board will also: build a>i;.-,. higli) school building to-be rea4y.?i|g^ use-after the holidays. ' ACREAGE WILL, BE NCREA8ED LARGELY SUCH IS THE ' REPORT FROM i MA'OLEOD-^BUILDING PRO-MI8E8 ,Tb BE BRISK -D. '0. K. K.- attentioni ivieeting tonight tyros cross the sands visitors welcome. Macleod; April 22. - From the amount of seeding being done this yeaf,,'.it is evident,'that the acreage win ifar exceed,'tJJat'.of any previous yeari, and' done: In: a. way that will bring,.rosiUts/for?sth9.labor and .seed expended-j,;:,ca-.vfth?v; land. A large' fimdunt.of tbp.iJand was prepared iria^':i^|;^,owing above, the grQtindvl; BVldencecvo; the results of Jh^.i;Y^)j|pUp