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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR rf_ -. r r 'I DAILY HERALD WHEN LfiTHBRlDQa The Dallas Hotel (� the Best and Mott Convan. lent Place tp Stay _, J _� - 4 J - r.- > - T- 1 _ 1 - r � I Save MoRefy by Buying your Canned Fruits & Vegetables by the Case r � The Vliie Brand in Sanitary Tins are Unexcelled in Quality. Look al the exceptionally low prices. 'We have the agency for Lethbrldge and buy In large quan-titlee which le the reason we can sell at such low prices. Order a case today. Your money back If not satisfactory. � II L. mill I TOMATOES, 3s, Sanitary tins, 2 tins for ...35c. Per case. 24 tins..................... $3.90 HONEY SWEET CORN-2s. 2 tina for...... 25c. Per case. 24 tins................... $2.75 STANDARD PEAS-28. 2 tins for.......... 26c. Per case, 24 Una..................... $2.90 EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2s, per tin Per caso of 24 tins .................... $3.36 GOLDEN WAX OR RtSFUGEE BEANS-Sanitary tins, 2s, 2 tins for.................. 25c. Per case. 24 tins ................... $2.86 VEGETABLES-Assorted, 24 tins in case, price per case .....,..,.................,., $3.26 FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP, 2 lb. SANITARY TINS CRAWFORD PEACHES-Price per tin .... 20c. Price per cnfie, 24 Una .............. $4.25 BARTLETt PEARS-Prico per tin ......'.. 20o. Prico per case, 24 tins ............ STRAWBERRIES-2 Uns for"........... Pay You to Take Notice Swift's Premium Hams, lb. 28o. Swift's Premium bacon lb. 33o. SCvIff.'b Lard, 3b,..........eOc Swift's Lard, Rs......... 96o, SEED Golden .Wax Koans, lb.....20c; ThomaH Liixtou Poas, lb. ..15b Sweet Pons, per ok. 5c. Dutch Sets, 21b9. for......35c. $4.26 45c. 16c. Price per case, 24 tins............... $5.00 RASPBERRIES, Red or Black. 2 Una for ... 45c Price per caso, 24 tins ................ $5.25 PITTED CHERRIES-Red or white. 2* tins 46c. Price per case............ FRUITS-Assorted cases 24 tins No. 1. Assortment, per case No, 2, Assortment, per case 4 � � $6.26 $4.75 $4.60 You will find one of our cobbler's outfits about the best invest-Ment you have "v**'* nmde. both from the stand-point of time and money. C. W.GRAY PHONES^ Grocery Dept. 52S Wholesale Dept 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail PHONSa Qroctry Dept 626 Whotetate Dept 127t WEATHER "The Store That Saves You Money 310 5th Street Phone 761 s OPERATE TRAINS c p. A R. WILL LIKELY LOT OF NEW THIS YEAR STRING WIRE (W. A. P. Report). Winnipeg, April. 22.-Four thousand ioveti bundred aud seventy-five miles o! new wire' will be strung by the C. P. R. telegraph department western lines during the present summer, according to the announcement made by J..McMiUan, superinteudent of western lines, this morning. Details of new wires with the mileage they covir and the stations between which they stretch are as follows : W res on new tracks (two wires), 1,600 miles. ^ Winnipeg to Calgary, 840 miles. Winnipeg to Port Arthur, -i50 miles. W.nnipeg to Souris, (two wires), 300 miles. Winnipeg Winnipeg Calgary to SdO mile^. Oalgary to Macleod (two wires), 890 miles. Calgary to iMacleod (two wires), 220 miles. Lethbridge mllea. Vedicioe Hat to Moose Jaw, ly the close of the present sum-mwr, the C.P.R. will have no leas $ha& 2,280 miles of its }>rinrip]e track In Western Canada oprratd by telephone, and it ia said, that all trains on "western lines, with the excction ot those on remote branches, will be operated by telephone within years. Commercial use of the telephone by railway companies to supplant the telegraph is not being considered. Track which will be operated by the C.p.H. telephone by the end of the present summer is as> follows t 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 mileage which will be op-crated by the C.P.R. telephones by this fall, the first three stretches of track were equipped with the improvement last year, except the stretch between Winnipeg and Broadview, which was done previously, and the other work is to be undertaken tliis year. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear ... Saskatoon, snowing Moose Jaw, cloudy Regina, fait Brandon, cloudy ... i Winnipeg, raining . three Port Arthur, foggy Nelson Grand Forks . Red Deer, fair Calgary, clear Macleod, clear �    4  * �  t 49 44 55 56 53 61 74 48 48 57 60 46 47 Medicine Hat. fair ........ 52 * t ft * ft � 4 * ft ft * ft ft ft ft ftift ttvftftft ****** ***** ft�*�t* 4*>fttft 444t#4 ��*��*** 50 74 54 54 24 32 34 34 32 38 44 38 37 37 30 24 26 36 32 43 32 39 .22 .26 .06 ,06 to Saskatoon, 400 miles, to Kenora. i:i5 mi/es. Edmonton, (two wires AFRICA Swift Current, snowing Portjige, fair ......... K am loops, Pen tic ton Cooler weather has set in over the prairie provinces, n Manitol;a it has been moderately warm, but .n Saskatchewan and Alberta It has turned much colder with frost at several places and some light ra'ns and also snow flurries have occurred. FORECAST : Manitoba and Saskatchewan-A few light showers or snow fails, but mostly fair and cooler on Thursday. Alberta-Fair aud cool today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Taking in the Shovtf Dr. and Jlrs. Bryan and Dr. and Mrs. Wilson, of Carmangay, were visU tors in the city today. to Crows Nest, 300 280 Pretoria, South Africa, April 23.- J It was decided some time ago t.> have a form of conscription for the defence of South Africa. This has now reached an advanced stage, for j it is now reported that the total * number of registrations under the ^ defence act of February 1, 1913, was 55,507, and of this nuniher, 45,612 \ volunteered for training. The number who have registered represent 86 per cent of the possible, though n the Orange Free State, the perceutai^e is gide 94. ' ' Trades and Labor Councit 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 III G. L. Vrooman, of the department of customs* staff here, is seriously ill at bis home. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ar nold arrived this morning from Calgary, in answer to a telegram calling Mrs. Araold to her father's bed- It unnerves a man to have bis wife act as If -she IsnU used to it, when he's polite to her bei'ore company.- Llppincott's Magazine. I Artistic, Durable and Economical Wails and Ceilings Can be Made of IT is made entirdy of selec^'sd woods, reduced to * fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform thickness, with pebbled surface that allows viride scope to decoration with flat oil-punt in trnting^ stenciling, hand-painting, etc. Beaver Board keeps out heat and cold, deadens sound, retards fire, resists strains and vibrations, 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. \ m Want Mr. Chadwtck Here The local executive of the Children's Aid Society met yesterday afternoon Oil four o'clock in the Manual Training School. An effort is being made to have Superintendent Chadwlck, of the Department for Neglected and Delinquent Children, visit Lethbridge, oh Sunday, May 4, and addvess several church congregations 'briefly on the work of the Chiidrcii'-* Aid. On ihc following Monday, he will meet the executive, outline the work for the year, and afterwards the various committees will be struck. Ha ' I' m i r- -i �. , -.t L ^ p I I + ^ 1 1 - 7 t f ^ ciLn funuili atzea to maet your neecJi with fuU Snformation and iirectioiu P J 'V d J-,S. ORDERS FROM THE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED J. B. Turney and Company WHOLESALE JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS Central School Concert The programme lor the Central school concert tomorrow evening is as follows: Chairman's Address-H. P. Wallace, chairman. Lethbridge school board. Senior chorus-"Kule, Britannia." Grades IV, to VIII. Drill-Pupils of the kindergarten. lUcitatlon-"Hiawatha," Avis Stac-ey and C. Sandqulst. Junior cliorus-"The Little Shoemaker/' Grades I. to HI. Play, "Tiny Tim,", Grade III. Solo-Miss L. S. Lumbard. Doll drill. Ten little girls. INTERMISSION Senior chorus-"Uncrowned Kings.' May Pole Drill-24 girls. Grade III. Violin Bolo-Max Sadowakl. lioys' Pyramid Drill-Grades VII. and VIII. Chorus-20 girls: (a) "Santa Lucia.' (b) "A Merry Life." Rhythmical Drill-16 girls, Grades Vn: and VIII. Prepentation of *'Connaught Medal" to Prancis Perry. Girls' Flag Drill-Oradee .V. and VI. "God Save the King." Buiidera Contractors Phones: 755 and 1755 ^ Headquarters for Supplies Lethbridge, Alta,, Mines and Mills Municipal 1245 2nd Ave. S. BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER-Phono 670, Alber-ta Saddlery, opp. Coa'idale 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 you and your friends. Come in and try it. 112-6 Tennis Racquets AND Supplies Our stock of Tennis Goods Is very large, well assorted and entirely new. Prices are very low, considering tho high quality. Racquets, |1.25 to $10.03 (All above $3 guaranteed) NETS-$4.00 to $9.00. TAPES^(1'/4 In.) $5.50 set. BALLS-$3.00 to $5.00 dozen CITY AND DISTRICT The Premium Grocery �94-inh at South �l. TUFF, PROPRIETOR OppocUtt Tgrrllln PMONH PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS OfFloe 408 Round 8t. J. FIGQIN8, Prop, Phon� 68> When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to �ny part of tho City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.IX Good Templar* The r. O. G. T. will hold a meet-In Bailey street school this evening. It will be the reguhir monthly meetings and several new members will be enrolled. Mount Temple Spoken The Canadian Pacific s.e. Mount Temple, Is reported by wireless off St. John; duo there today; passengers are expected to reach Winnipeg Saturday, and Lethbridge on Monday, Landed a Good Order J. B. Turney, wholesale dealer in building materials, iins received 'the contract for supplying approximately one million bricks for the Interna-tlo.inl Harvester Co.'s big $125,000 warehouse. HALL THE Program in Burgmzinn's Hall Last Night Was One of R are Merit Was an Open Verdict The evidence at the inquest into the death of Edward Radford, at the Chinook Collieries on Monday morning, showed that deceased must have passed over a danger fence erected by Tho formal opening of Burgman's hall in North Lethbridj^e took place last night wittf a splendid concert under tho auspices ol Westminster church. His Worship Mayor Ilardie, presided, and each item on the program was graciously received. Mrs. \V. P. J. Alexander wnd Mrs. Jelilt ably accompanied the miJsVnl x'^lnctions. Burgman's hall is situated on Th r our Credit Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH PHONE 1735 ST. S, and Book Co.. Ltd. I returned. Warden Dv. J. 11. Rivers acted m coroner. Third Av^ the fire bos?, and an open verdict of death caused by a gas explosion was j teonth street, wliiun w.ll i.e the main street ot the greater Letiibrid^e, and is an uiJ-to*date and thoroughly morl-ern two-storey brick strucr.ure. It is beautifully lighted, has steam heat, and a perfect ventilating system. It is considered to be fireproof. Mr-Hurgman kindly placed the hall at tho disposal of Westminster church for the concert. Mayor Hardie proved a most nopu-lar chairman and the progiam was Wages Were Qarnisheed In the case of Jones vs. ^Velling-ton Broa., an action to recover wages, there is apparently a difficulty in settling the matter, owing to an intervening party. The contractors hLve no objection to paying the wag- es, but the third partv has garnish-eed. and on advice of counsel. AVel-i ^t* exceptional merit. There wasn't a lington nros. will pay tlie money in-5 ^^cak spot from introduction to lin-^ to District Court, and allow the judge to determine its destination. Tho case iu no way reflects on Wellington Bros, as employers. Ladies and Gentlemen We have returned and are now ready 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 Family &, Dispensing Chemists Rexall Celery -AND- 4 4 iron Tonic ^ Tonic, Stimulant, -AND- Blood Builder, $1.00 J. D. Higinbotham & Co.^ Ltd. Building the Canals A. Cazier, of the Cazier Construction Co.. Cardston, was in the city, this morning. Yesterday he began' appreciation. In instrumental ale, aud encores were tlic order of the night. In songs Mr. Farrant, Mr. McGou-gau, Miss Dorothy Young, Miss Grace Dicer, Miss Whitiiall. and Miss Udy all gave great pleasure. All sang well and gave the audience every cause for showing the heartiest selec- moving camp from Chin Coulee, CITY AND DISTRICT Former Lethbridge Folk K. C. BaineH and Mrs. Raines, form-er residents of l^>thbridge, are in the city today tiora Milk River. Dokkles Tonight The D. O. I\. K. lodge meets to-night. Some tyros are expected from Plncher, and the usual Interesting ceremonies will be put on. AM members of 'thf? order are urged to be present. License Commissioners Tho Hoard of License Commissioners hold u deferred meeting in the Oddfellows Hall on Saturday. The annual meeting of the Board, to consider all applications for tho year, will bo held iu the city on May 14. tions Mis.s Francis Dunsworth, Mrs. where he has" been busy constructing j Alexander, Miss Kiliam, Miss Liv-a reservoir for the C. P. R. irrigation ! ingston and Miss Foster were spleu-department. lo the northeast of the't**^. and for a very young lady Miss citv, where he has taken, over the' ^unsworth showed promise of rare contract of John Timothv for the con- excellence, ^� elocution Miss I.eah struction of twenty miles cf main Stmm wus as pioasms as ever. Mr. canal, and twenty mile, of laterals, 1^" ^' Y,�"*JK 'S (lualihed for tiic pro- on which work was started last y^ar.,, ^^^Kf.- ^^^"^Vf^' ' yet if the audience has its way. Mr. D. H. Elton was also a warm favorite in a humorous reading. Mr. Kd. Chandlct was given a hearty reception in a well played selection on the clarionet. There were two quartettes, one composed of Mrs. Alexander, Miss Simm, Mr. Simm and Mr. Stott, and the other the Westminster male quartette which sang *'Dixie Land", the interpretation being very clever. Tho exceptionally pleasing program closed with Auld Lang Syne, in honor of the braw Scotch chairman and because everybody likes it. The good people of Westminster through the Ileruld, wish to express deepest appreciation of (ho generous patronage ... , , , .accorded the concert, and also of the Monday night they .,:,;^^tance of those who con- 1 of ilio Lnion Hank tributcd to the evening's enjoyment. Was Very Pleasing Mr. Everett Kemp gave the last of his series of recitals In Knox Church last night, when he delighted the audience with hiB interpretation of that intense work of Charles Kline's "The Music Master." Mr. Kemp fully justified the character'Of the Music Matj-ter, though that requires the expending of. all an artist's ability. The audience was not what It should have been, but Mr. Kemp has gained enough admirers in Lethbridge to as-pure him of better support next time. COWLEY Cowley, April 20.-Now that the elections are over the people are gating settled into shape for the usual spring work. A few hours rain on Tu?:-iday morning kept the farmers r from work for a short time. The weather man camo in for some severe criticism for his stopping work, but the same farmers took a whole day off on Thursday. The Conservatives were out in their usual style, although there numbers wore not as strong as last election. The lovers of >iennlB have already been out ou the court trying out tbeir *kill. On mot in tho pariora and reorganized for the coming season. E. \V. Bromley was elected pr& sideu't, iMIss Sarah Pettit, vice preal-dtnt, and W. K. McKay is secretary-treasurer. The membership fee is fixed at $3.00 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 not set yet but will be fixed so that tney will agree with the lime the Winnipeg clubs have at their disposal. The owners of the local polo grounds have made arrangements for spending $500 in fixing the ground and making a half mile race track as soon as tile weather permits. A large grandstand will be erected and in readiness for the tournament. The Arch Degree was put on In the Orange lodge Friday night,. Visiting brethren were present from Blair^ more. Summorvlew and Plncher Creek The ftrst baaebuli game was played on the River grounds Sunday between the River and ;i team composed of players from the Cowloy team and the C. P. R. team. The latter won by the score of IK to 9. ,W. Ritson returned Saturday from this wlutiff visit to England. with .Justice W^alsh presiding. A large number of cases art set (or trial. All the positions in connection with the court house in Macleod, and which hud lieen promised to Patter-son workers goes on just the same, and some who have been waiting for these positions, have the privilege ot waiting Jour years longer. At the enquiry ^Monday, Premier Sifton gained several votes. The recount on April 28th will make somo change. W- II. Atkins, of the American hotel, has let the contract lor the ercr-ti(tn of his new addition. Tlie operations have already been started, which will make this hotel one of the best in the west. Mnyor Stedman occupied his seat of honor Monday night at the regular meeting of the Council. The school board asked for tlie uso of the grounds south of the C.P.U. for a temporary school building, wliich wns grunted, and will be erected at once. 'I'he hoard will also build a high school building to be ready lor use after the holidays. LBE LARGELY SUCH IS THE REPORT FROM IVIACLEOD-BUILDING PRO-MiSES TO BE BRISK D. 0. K. K. attention! mp:eting tonight tyros cross the sands visitors welcome. Macleod, April 22. - From the amount of sending being done this year, it is evident tlmt the acreage will far exceed that of any previous year, and done in a way that will bring results for the labor and sesd expended on the land. A lar^;e amount of the land was prepared during the fall of 1913. Some spring wheat is already showing above tlie ground. Evidencec of the results of the various lectures, farmLrs' mcet- ingQ� and the llry Farming Congress, hold the past years are now being seen. Many are farming less acreage | in a better M'ay. Supremo Court will open Tuesday* Special Meeting Thursday Night at 8 p.m. Every Moose requested to be there ;