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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta !1-FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS tHotel Windsor i^ost $1.26 a Day Hotel.tn LMllllMIWn'l'*W Wll WI'Tll'llT'' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD m........I......liimwiiiiii......ill.........mm WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE | The Dallas i> the Best and Moat lent Place to Hotel I oat Conven- � J Stay _1 .,1 Cheap hose tfIU Wnk and hose that Wnks ^-lU soon break and leak, which simply means needless trouble and expense. , , . . OUR SPRINKLING CANS are ^ivell made, aither o� heavy tin or of galvanized material. C. W. GRAY "The ; Store' That Saves You Money** SlOSth Street Phone 761 believing VhAT Satisfied ^ Customers ? . ARE OUR BEST/ T, We aim to avake them'by selling Oi^iy Reliable Goods at th� lowest possible prioe. Our. low rent and small expense enable us to do this. You get the benefit. It will pay youi to call and see our stock and prices bsfore you buy. Remember the place-612 Yth St., tvro doors south of 6th St. Car line. \ Central Cash Grocery 1857 A. E. Klimear, phon 16B7 Prompt Attention 'ito; Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South Goods delivered ot all Parts of City Proprietor 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car line Freslb Fruits and Vegetables are now starting to come in from California, Washington and other points FOR THIS WEEK-END FRESH STRAWBERRlks, lowest market price. RIPE TOMATOES, Florida's, per lb...... ...26o CALIFORNIA RHUBARB, per lb............ 15c SPINACH, >)er lb..................... 1Bo. WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS, green and tender, per pound ....... .............. 26c. CUCUMBERS, Extra.fancy, price each 25c, 30c. GREEN ONIONS, per bunch................ Be. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extra large slse-'prlce each.................... ...........15c. we expect to have ftADISHES; large bunches, 3 for...........25o. cauliflowers, large and fancy, ea. 30c, 35o, CALIFORKIIA head lettuce, 2 for...... 25c CALIFORNIA GREEN peas, per lb..........26o apples, Yd'liow Newton�, imd Roman Beauties, per box............................. $1.66 fr08tless oranges, per doz........... 25o. 3Bc, 40c, and BOo, CHOICE BANANAS, per dozen............40c. -PH0NE8- Qrocery Dept. 628 Wholesale Dept 1271. ' THE GOOD COMPANY .High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-"fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONEC- Grocery Dept. 628 Wholesale'^ Dept. 1271. WEATHER Edmonton, fair ...... 54 13 45 as 48 30 52 18 48 32 54 28 58 34 54. 40 52. 28 60 36 54. 32 53 32 39 26 50 26 50 18 56 82 34 52 28 route of new dire(|t cable to london ' "Map showing; the ol^ relay cable'route from London, England to Toronto, which has been conVerted into a direct wire service. The Inset Is the Lord Mayor of London who sent the first west bound message to Toronto. ROARD mmmmmMMmmmmmmmm'immm. Artistic, t)ui^le and Ec o n o in 14: at Wal 1 s and Ceilings i^an be Made of IT is made entirely of selected woods, reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform thickness, with peboled surface that allows wide scope to decoration with flat oU-paint in tiiiting, stenciling, hand-painting, etc. V - Beaver Board keeps 'but heat_ and cold, deadens sound, retards fire, re^sts strains and vibra^ :*r- Third Av� laHlGlNBOTHAM iCOT LlMVTED Family"& Dispensing Chfmists Rexall Celery Land- Iron Tonic Tonic, Stimulant,, -and- ; - Blood Builder. CITY AND DISTRICT Renewing Old Acq^iaintances S, L. Everafield, formeriy connected with the^Alberta Drug and Book 'Store here, and now of Cardston, was in the city yesterday. The,Usual H^nd-Out One Inebriate was netted by the police last 'night. He escaped, after pay-ing the usual 'three and costs in .i>ollce court 'this movning. Injuries Were Slight Thomas Fox, who was hurt a few days ago at the IJethbridge laundry, was sufficiently recovered to leave the Gait hospital today. Very Important The Trades and Labor Council will hold, a very important meeting in the Labor Temple this evening at 8 o'-'Clookl � * Farm Paper Representative Mr. A. A. Toole, B.S.A., of the Farmers' Advocate, Winnipeg, waa at the ,coavention yesterday and today, talcing notes for his paper. , Government Man C. E. LewiSi superintendent of fairs And Institutes, came.down from Edmonton yesterday . to visit the spring .stock show. � The Weed inspector '  Mr._ J. A. Smith, chief w-eed in-spectpri � of Edmonton, succeeding Mr. McKenny, was in attendance at the Mixed Farming Convention. ' A Popular Visitor .Mr. Nornjian S. Rankin,-permanent secretaiy of the 'Western Canada Ir-j rigatiqii Congress, 'is in the city, and ha.8. visited thS. S'tock show and con.r vention, A Demonstration of All Right Prices Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 - for ...........-250. (Jheese, per lb. ........ 20o. Shredded Cocoanut, per lb. .25o. Lyie'8 Syrup, 2 Jb tin .....20c. Baking Powder, Bib. tin only, 70o Choice Potatoes, 26 lbs.for 28c. Choice Potatoes, 100 lbs. .. SOo. Carrots, 4 lbs for ......... 10c. Cabbage, 4 lbs for____.... 10c. Lettuce, Fresh dally, lb. ... 30o. Qreen'Onlons, per bunch .. OBc. The Premium Grocery �M.11th St. Sputh J. TUFF. PROPHIETOR Opposite TtrrlllB phone sn PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINIGLE DRA.VS^. Pfllcis 408 Round St., J. FIQQINS. Prop. Phone 034 When Uneeduis Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.O. CITY AND DISTRICT At the Convention Mr. B. Hummon,'president ;A'mojig" those, from the outside ^ (odiiy' '&r*  Martin W'oolf, MjPiP. for Cardston;'George; Hoadley,, M.P.P. for'Okotoks, and' the Hon, A. J. McLean, M.!PsRi for Tatar, and R. CampboU, M,PiP,>^lor' Ropky Mountain. All hav;* ,attarided^ pome of the aesslons of 'the''. Mteed' Farmr.^ Ing convention. . Show a- Decrease The bank 'clearings for the week ending .today were $497,208.60. Last year, for tha corresponding week they were $601,660.26. Is Mr. Paimer's'ciient Counsel who defended .Klnniburgh, and obtained for him the stating of his case before the court en banc for a trial'by jury, was Mr. ^ John R. Palmer. "Movies" of the Stock W. H. Cook, representing the Canadian Press Association, of London, England, was present at 'the stock and. dog shows yesterday, and took several moving picture films of horses in. th9 .judging ring and 'Some of the prize .winning dogs. , Pictures of Lethbridge �Leth'bridge's naane and fame will be spread broadcast 'throughout the Old; Land and in some of the countries: of Europe this summer, by means of; moving pictures presenting industrial' scenes In the western provinces. . In the city yesterday was a noted visWor in the person of W. H. Cook, general manager of the Canadian Press Association, and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society of England. Mr. Cook's headquarters are in London, Eng., and his visit here is to ob-ta,in motion pictures of scenfes of in-1 terest to 'those In Europe, who are! looking to Western Canada as their new home. He has been engaged by the Department of Natural Resources of the C. P. R. to lecture 'throughout Europe in the sections most fertile in, the line of immigration, and to aid him in his Work he himself is travelling throughout the west securing moving pictures, taken by his own maohl'Die, of farm, mine and lumbering scenes. ' Mr. Cook attended the convention at, the fair grounds yesterday, with Norman S. Rankin, publicity commissioner of the 0. P. R., and during the afternoon secured several hundred feet of valuable film, while judging was ' in ]j)rogreBS In the horse ring, 'i^oday.jthe mines are uctlvo in order t^, give Mr. Cook an opportunity to get .'pictures of the busy scenes around the -coal camps, and �the reel will be. Jlnlshed out with "further pic-t,ur?8 :of.the G. P. R. mines at Hos-mef,.and elsewhere.in thij Pass. Mr. Cook, said he; was greatly taken with :{he cpiintry, and; after haying seea it first hand, he believed be could give Jnformjition to Old Country people 'that Would op�n their ey98 and .niake theiMong to live in Canada, The Edraontdn Journal threw mud by the bucketlul'at Hon. A. G. Mac-Kay during the recent' contest, but one day it overstepped the boundaries-of discretion recognized outside the walls of Ponoka asylum and a writ tbr' $15,000 followed. The Journal showed its .kidney by publishing the folloving abject apology : "The Journal in' its five o'clock edition on Friday, April 18th, ^published under the caption of 'Attempt to. be; madn to steal Ewing's election,', a. reference in general terms to the. rumor that had been common that^^ay, tliat an attempt to, go to extreme lengths would ho made to defeat the election of A. F. Ewtng, X.C., and that the c:>se was being trumped up along this line. "In the body of this general article crept.'in a.direct reference to Mr. A. G. MaoKay, K. C, whieli is clearly an injustito' to that gentleman.' This allegation- was that 'MacICay's manipulated votfi.having been beaten by the. solid legal vote for Ewing, every a'ttompt'is .being made to steals the election from. Ewing.' The article continued that, 'MacKay is an adipt at this mat,iipulat.on of'ballots after the, election has-been held, as has been shown in the courts of Ontario to be the cas^.' "For this direct, relorence to Mr. MacKay, 'The Journal wishes to express :its regret j. and wishes to herewith v.'ithdraw' the unjust implication.. The reference crept in to the report ia' the hurry following a ruth of political'news, and had not come under proper editorial scrutiny. The Journal-.ihad no intention of giving publicity to anything reflecting directly on the personal character of Ladies and Gentlemen We have returned and are now ready for your' Spring Cleaning DRY CLEANING a SPECIALTY PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS -s PHONE 1S66 The Lethbridge Cieaners 323-5th Street South, Lethbridge Johnson Block Express Paid one way on Out-of-Town Orders New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1475 , C. b. R Forty years In use, 20: years the standard, prescribed and .recommended by physicians. : For Woman's Aliments,; Dr. iMartel'a Female Pills, at your druggist. Mr. MacKay, and takes/this oppot'' tunitv of publishing tlic. fact that It had no malicious motivcS' ..whatever in circulating any statenieiit. detrimental to Mr. MacKay himself." Cftpt. Robert COpney, well known as a lake mariner, died suddenly at Hamilton. ' TO core A COLD IN ONE D^^Y Take LAXATIVE BEG MO Qulnino TabletJ!. Druggists, refund money if ft tails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.. 25o. Notice Athletic Organizations , Yoii should have a-photo of ^our team or organizatjori. You are guaranteed the very highest class oJ." work here. Photpgraphef ^__THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ........................,.i�js2t&: Mm 7601 ;