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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Oay Hotel In Alberta LET! DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOGB The Balhis Hotel Im the Beat and Moat Conven- ient Place to Stay You will find one of our cobbler's outiUa about beat inveat- iiient you have "Vor tnadp, both from the stand-point of time and money. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O 5th Street Phone 761 Save Money by Buying your Canned Fruits Vegetables by the Case Viiw Brand in Sanitary Tins are Uacxrelled in Quality. Look at the exceptionally low prices. We have titles which Is the reason we can sell at such low p not satisfactory. TOMATOES, 3s, Una. 2 (ills fur ...36c. !'er 24 rins..................... HONEY SWEET 2 tins for...... 25c. Por case, 24 llns................... STANDARD 2 tins for 25c. Tor case. 24 tins..................... EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2s, tin ___...... 15c. Per cuso of 24 llns GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE tiiry tins, 2s, 2 Una for 25c. IVr cost', 24 tins..................... 52.B5 24 tins in case, price per fuse............................. the agency for Lethbrldge and buy In large quan- rices. Order a case today. Your money back If FRUIT'S IN HEAVY SYRUP, 2 Ib. SANITARY TINS CRAWFORD Mr tin 20c. Price 1'i.T case, 24 tins............... BARTLETT per till 20c. Prici! por etxso, 24 tins tins for 45c. Prk't' por cuae, 24 tins RASPBERRIES, Hull or iiluffc, 2 tins for 45c I'rk-y Jier case, 24 tins PITTED Keel or wlilte. 2' tins 45c. Price easy...................... cases 24 No. 1. Assortment, por case No. 2, Assortment, per case........... -----PHONE8------ Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dipt. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale sad Retail -----PHONES----- Grocery Dent, 828 Whoietale Dept 1271. WEA1HEK -19 2-t -II- 32 55 34 56 34 BTIELEPil C. P. R. WILL LIKELY STRING A LOT OF NEW WIRE THIS YEAR (W. A- P. Winnipeg, April, thousand gevftti hundred ami seventy-five miles of new wire' will be strung by the C. P. Ji- telegraph department western lines during the present summer, ac- cording to the announcement made by J.'.McMilfan, superintendent western lines, this morning. Details 61 now wires with the mileage they cpvir and the stations between which they stretch are as follows W res on new' tracks (two miles. Winnipeg to Calgary, 840 miles. Winnipeg to Port Arthur, miies. WJnapeg tn Soui'is, (two 300 miles. Winnipeg to Saskatoon, -100 miles. Winnipeg lo Kenora, 135 miles. Calgary to Edmonton, (two 3DO miles. n Calgary to Macleotl (two "Calearr to Madeod (two, 220 miles. Lethbridge to Cruws Nest, 300 mites. Medicine Hat to Moose Jaw, 260 miles. By tlie close of the present sum- mer, the C.P.R. will-have no less than. miles of its principle track IB Western Canada operated by tele- and it .is said, that all .trains on-western lines, with the exception or those on remote branches, will be operated by telephone within three years. Commerciiil use of tho telephone by railway companies to siipplfint the telegraph is not being considered. Truck which will be operated by .the C.P.H. .telephone by tho end of the present summer is follows Winnipeg to Vancouver, miles. Portal branch Soo line, 165 miles. Winnipeg to Souris, 150 mites. Calgary to tCdnionton, 195 miles. Calgary to Macleod, 110 miles. Macleoil to Crows Nest, 100 miles. Total, miles. Of this mileage which will he op- erated by the tM'.K. telephones by this 'fall, the first three stretches of track wore equipped with the im- provement last year, except the stretch between Winnipeg and Broad- view, which was done previously, and other work is to be under- taken this year. 53 61 48 4S 57 tin 32 38 44 38 37 37 30 34 21) WKATHEU Lethbriilgi', Edmoulon, clear Saskatoon, snowing Moose Juw, cloudy Regiiiji, (ait Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, raining Port Arthur, Nelson Grand Forks............... Hurt Deer, lair Calgary, clear.............. Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, fair Swift Currt-nt, siiOTvIng Portage, fair............ Kaniloops, Pentictoit Cooler weather has set in over the prairie provinces, it has been moderately warm, but In Sas- katchewan mid Alberta it has turned much colder with frost at several places and some light rains and also snow (lurries have occurred. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas-1 few light showers or snow falls, but mostly, fair and cuol-j er on Thursday, j and cool today and' on Thursday. 52 36 00 33 74 -33 54 S3 54 39 Pretoria, South Africa, April H was decided some time ago to have a form of conscription for the defence of South Africa. This has CITY AND DISTRICT Taking In the Show Dr. and Mrs, Bryan ami Dr. and Mrs. Wilson, of Carman gay, were visi- tors in city today, ucitruui; 11 L OUULU mLiia. m-3 iiu now reached an advanced stage, fo it is now repeated that the tots Trades and Labor Council The Trades and Labor Council will meet tomorrow night In the Labor Temple at eight o'clock, to discuss matters of .'the utmost Importance. Mr. Vrooman 111 (r. L. Vrooraaa, of the department of customs' staff here, is seriously ill at hie home. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ar- nold arrived this morning from Cal- gary, in answer to a. telegram call- Ing Mrs, Arnold to her father's bed- Tennis Racquets AND Supplies Our stock of Tennis Qooda IB very large, well assorted and entirely new. Prices are very low, considering tho high quality. Racquets, to (All above guaranteed) to "TAPES-HI in.) set. BALLS to dozen The Drug and Boot Co., Ltd, Third CITY AND DISTRICT Good Templars Tho I. O. G. T. will hold a meet- In Bailey street school this evening. It .will ho the regular-monthly meet- ing, ami several nttw members will he enrolled. Mount Temple Spoken The Canadian Pacific s.a. Mount Temple, Is reported by u-jreless off St. John; duo there today; passen- gers uro expected to reach Winnipeg Saturday, and Lethbridge on Monday. Landed a Good Order J. B. Titrnoy, wholesale dealer in building materials, has received 'the contract for supplying approximate- ly-one p-llHon bricks for tho Internu- Uo.iRl Ulaiiestor Co.'a big It unnerves a man to have his wife act as if ehe Isnlt used to it, when he's polite to her before Lippincott'g Magazine. DEAVER BOARD woopnntrl Artistic, Durable and Economical Walls and Ceilings Can be Made of E'EAKEK DOAKD IT is made entirely of selecfed woods, reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform thickness, with pebbled surface .that allows wide scope to decoration with flat oil-paint in tinting, stenciling, hand-painting, etc. BEAVER BOARD keeps out heaf and -cold, deadens sound, retaids resists strains and vibra- tions, is quickly and easily put up, costs less than lath and plaster, does not crack or deteriorate, is valuable for a thousand building, remodeling or household uses. We furnish lixsa to mont your needs With full information and directiaas Want Mr. Ch'adwlck Here The local executive of the Child- ren's Aid Society met yesterday af- ternoon aft four o'clock in the Man- ual Training School. An effort is be- ing made to have Superintendent Ghadwick, of the Department for Ne- glected and peiinqusnt Children, visit Lethbridge, oh Sunday, May A, and address several church congre- gations -briefly, on the work of the Cniiaren'R Aid. following Monday, he will meet the executive, outline the work for. ttc year, and afterwards, the will be struck. ORDERS FROM THE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED J. B. Turney and Company WHOLESALE JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS Contractors Phones: 755'and 1755 Lethbridge, 1245 2nd Ave, S. Shoe- Central School Concert The programme far the Central school concert tomorrow evening is as follows: Chairman's Address R, P. "Wal- lace, 'chairman, Lethbridge school hoard. Senior "Rule, Grades IV. to Vin. Drill Pupils of the kindergarten. Re-citation Avis Stac- ey asd C. Sandquist. Junior "The Little Grades I. to lit Play, "Tiny Grade .Hf.' Solo Mks L, S. Lombard, Doll drill, Ten little girls. 'INTERMISSION Senior ohcnis "Uncrowned Kings.' May Pole 24 girls, Grade III- Violin Max Sado-waki.' Boys' Pyramid Drill Grades VII. and VIII. girls: (a) "Santa (b) "A Merry Life." Rhythmical 16 girls, Grades VII.' and r Presentation of "Connanght Medal" to Francis Perry. Girls' Flag Brills-Grades y. and VI. "G-od Save the King." BUSINESS LOCALS REX 670, Alber- ta Saddlery, opp. C'oaldale Hotel. 103-0 Don't fail to try the International Cafe. We aim to satisfy everybody. We keep the offerings of the market to please yon and your- friends. Come in and try it. 1D.HIGINBOTHAM iCO. LIMITED Family Dispensing. Chemists Rexall Celery Iron Tonic Tonic, Stimulant, Blood Builder. J. D- Higinbotham Co., ltd. Was an Open Verdict Tho evidence at the tnciuest into the a tilth of Eilwiml Uadtonl, iit the Chinook Collieries on Monday morn- ing, showed that deceased must havp passed over a danger fence erected by the rlre boss, and an open verdict of death caused by a gas explosion was returned. Warden. Dr. J. H. JUvers acted us coroner. Wages Were Garnlsheed In the case of .lohea vs. Welling- It Will Pay You to Take Notice Swirt's Premium Hums, Ib. 2Cc. Swift's Premium bacon Hi. 33c. Swift's Lard, 3n. tioc. Swift's LiU'd. 5a. 95c. SEED Golden Wax Ib.....20o, ThoimiH Lux ton Heast Ib. .15c Sweot POUH. por oz. Dutch Sola, lilbs. for...... 36o. In addition to our attractive prices wo give roprcuoaUug j.oo wort.1! tjt ijootla with ovtwy ?25.0y.spent. The Premium Grocery SSM-11U1 St. South J. TUFP. PROPRIETOR Opposite PHONE PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 403 Round J. FIQQINS, Prop. Phons 839 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. CROWDED HALL THE IT Program in Burgmarm's Hall Last Night Was One of Rare Merit Tito formal opening ol Ilutgrnan's hall in North Lettibrtdgo- took place last night witjf STiplentHd concert under tho auspices uf Westminster church. His Worship Mayer Hurdle, pre- and each item on the program was Kcacjo'usij' received. Mrs. W., I1- J. Alexander Hnd Mrs. Jellfl ably ac- companied the' tnus'cnl selections. liurgmau's hall is situated OP teenth.street, which w.H tie the nmin street of tlie greater Lotlihrldge, urn] is un up-to-date and thoroughly mod- ern two-storey-brick structure. It is beautifully lighted, lias steam heat, and a perfect ventilating system. H ton an fiction: to recover wftfi-J considered to.be fireproof. Mr. thero is apparently a difficulty in settling the matter, owing-to an intervening Tho contractova have no objection to paying the wag- es, but the third parts' has garulsh- eed, and on advice of. counsel, Wel- lington Bros, will the money in- to District Court, and allow the iudpe to determine its destination, The case 'n no way reflects on Welling, ton Bros, as employers. Building the Canals A. Cazier, of the Cazier Construc- liurgman kindly placed the hall tlio disposal-of Westminster church for the concert. Mayor Bardie proved a most nopu- ]ar chairman ami the progiam way of exceptional merit, There wasn't a. weak spot from introduction to fin- ale, and encores wen; tlie order ot' the ;iight-: In Farranfc, Mr. McUou- gan, Miss Dorothy Young, Miss Grace Dicer, Miss Whithall, and Miss Udy all gave great pleasure. All sang well and gave the audience ev- Your Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 1735 Ladies and Gentlemen We have ire-turned iiiiii are nOTV really for your Spring Gleaning DRV CLEANING a SPECIALTY PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS PHONE 1565 The Lethbridge Cleaners 323.5th Street South, Lethbrldge JohnBon Block Express Paid one way on.put-of- Town Orders CITY AND DISTRICT Former Lethbrldge Folk E. C- Baines and Mrs. Balnes, form. er residents of Lethbridge, are in the city today from Milk River. Dokkles Tonight The D. 0. K. K. lodge meets to- night. Some tyros are expected from Pincher, and the usual interesting ceremonies will be put on. All mem- bers of the order are.urgsti to be pre- sent. License Commissioners The Board of Licence Commission- ers hold a deferred'meeting in the Oddfellows Hall on Saturday. The annual meeting of the Board, to con- eider all applications for the year, will be held in the city on May 14. Co Cardston was in