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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE WHEN IN UETHBBIDQB The Dallas Hotel rs the Btest and Most Convenient Place to Stay_ I Cheap hose will kink and hose that kinks Ts-ill soon break and leak, which simply means needless trouble and expense. OUR SPRINKLING CANS are Veil made, either of heavy tin or of galvanized material. e. W. GRAY "The store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street ' Phone 761 'believing that Satisfied Customers are our best asset, We aim to "make them by selling only Reliable Goods at the lowest possible price. Our low rent and small: expense enable ub to do this. You get the benefit. It will pay youi to call and see our stock'and prices before you buy. Remember the place-613 7th St, two doors south of'"6th SL Car line. f3^�'^^ Central Cash Grocery ZT^ � � A.E.Kiuiieaji-,... ^^^ffp^^tTci^^ ProprietoP 2 doors s. gth Ave. Car line Prompt Attention to Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South Fresh Fruits and Vegetables are now starling to come in from California, Washington and other points FOR THIS WEEK-END FRESH STRAWBERRIES, lowest market price. RIPE TOMATOES,-Florida's, per lb, .... ....25o CALIFORNIA RHUBARfe, per lb............ 15c SPINACH, per lb. i..,.'.................---- 15c. WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS, green and tender, per pound \ ;............... 25c. CUCUMBERS, Extra fdncy, price each 25o, 30o. GREEN ONIONS, perbunch................ 5o. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extra large size, price each.........................'........ 16c. WE EXPECT TO HAVE  RADISHES, large bunches, 3 for ........____25c. CAULIFLOWERS, large and fancy, ea. 30c, 35c, CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for......26c CALIFORNIA GREEN PEAS, per lb..........25c APPLES, Yellow Newtons, and Roman Beauties, per box ....................,......... $1.66 FROSTLESS ORANGES, per doz...........25c. . 36c, 400, and 60c. CHOICE BANANAS, per dozen---- . 40c. -PHONESr Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Rfctail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62B Wholetal* Dept. 1271. WEATHER COMMONS H GOOD IN'S OEAIH PREMIER',-AND SIR WILFRID RE-W'SlFER TO LATE SIR RICH-: ' / . ARD SCOTT 51 22 50 23 .01 48 22 53 23 58 29 47 28 56 80 62 35 62 22 54 15 51 27 55 26 54 24 34 20 46 30 63 31 has prevail- ed throughout the prairies. Light snow has fallen. In parts ol Manitoba it has been quite frosty,^ and as many as 17 degrees of froai were reported at several places in Alberta; and Saskatchewan. 1 FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas-' katchewan-P'aii; and cold today and on Saturday. ' Alberta-Fair and cold Satiirdaj', stationary or a little higher temperature. , CITY AND DISTRICT Ottawa, April 24.-Eloquent refer-; en'ces-'were made by Premier Bordeu and Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the death of Sir Richard Scott at the opening feM-'. of, the house this afternoon. Premiet eiiiBorien said that the death of Sir l^jf;'.'Biciard Scott had removed from the i^i!,�s|ittbJic life pf Canada a. most distinguished figure. For nearly half a ceh-, turyi be had uninterruptedly played a distlBguished part in the life of the Country and all wno knew him intimately received; inspiration from the ^mental .vigor which characterized even;!5ii� kiiowledse. His public career ^liadS^en marived by ability, energy fattd;devotion to duty and the public of the- countrj' sustained .a gr^at loss in his death. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said he was personally grateful to the premi r for thd kind manner in which he had spojtcn. The people ot Canada, ,hb^ saiii, only partly knew Sir Richard ' Scott, for he was a rn'od-sii ni-n anrt came little 'in contact with the; country. But those who knew lus daily work recognized that he was not only an amiable gentlpnian' in public] , life, but also that he-was endowed I with very eminent talent. As a leg-; ! islator and administrator he, had' Jvery few superiors and he had left his mark in wise legislation on the statute hooks.- Sir Wilfrid/Laurisr, j remarked on the' fact that though' I not-strong physically. Sir Richard, by regular living, had tarried his vigor to a very old age. Mr. Sick Out Again Fritz Sick was up and around this morning, for the first.time since he sprained his ankle some weeks ago. Coming to-Alberta A. R. Stewart, is moving from Chap, lln, Sask.', to Milk-River, and Is'uh-loading his effects in Lethbridge today. . �.. ., Tenders for Uniforms The city otores' department has called for tenders for uniforsns for The city stores' department has be in by May 3. Cortt.ractor Returned F. T. Cruttenden has returned tfrom a visit to Winnipeg,- and will resumu his haslness as a contractor In this city. �' Tennis Racquets AND Supplies Our stock ot Tennis Goods Is very large, well assorted and entirely mevr. Prices are very low, considering the high quality. - Racquets, $1.25 to $10.00 (All- above $^ guaranteed) NET5.^-$4.00 to $9.00. TAPES-(1>/i in.) $5.50 set. BALLS-r$3.pp to $5.00 dozen The Re^Cross Drug and Book Co.. Ltd. Phone 665 "2 ..... Lettuce, Fresh dally, lb. . Green Onions, per bunch 10c. 10c, 30c. 05c. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR 824.11th at. South pppoBlte Terrllls PHONB 87� PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Roiind St., J. FIQGINS, Prop. Phone 633 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED . COAL CO.O. Building Permits Building permits taken out this morning were for a $1000 residence on Twelfth street B North, for Joe Hanalko;"a ?110 house addition for J. A. Palmer, on Ninth street South, and a $450 house addition on Twelfth street North for W. S. Softhouse. a New Idea "What makes you carry ithat horrible shriek machine for an automo-jblle signal?" _ ! "For'humane reasons," replied Mr. Chuggins, "If ,1 paralyze a person �with fear he'vrni k�ep still and I can run to one side of him."-^Washingtcia Star. mmmmm i mcworar �i__ ^^^^ Artistic; Durable and � c o n o mi c a 1 Wal 1 s and Ceilings Qan be Made of Peayer cOARD IT is made entirely of selected woods, reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform lluckness, �with pebbled surface tKat allows wide scope to decoration with flat oil-paint in tinting, stenciling, hand-painting, etc. Beaver Board keeps out heat and cold, '^i-''>'\m deadens sound, retards fire, resists strains and vibrations, is quicHy and ea^^^ put up, costs less than -lath and plaster, doiis not crack or deteriorate, is valuable for a thousand biuldmg, remodeling .. household uses. We can funuth �Izei to meet your need* witb full information and direction* mmm/mmM/w//A ki';" .-ORDEBSFROM THE TRADE ESPECIAULY SOLICITED '-^i^|1,Jv#.'"'Turney arid Company ^'^ "^vVVJHOUESALE JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS 'J, lti,:iA^,., ^Headqu_arter8_for_ Mines and Mills |?|ojJSB[^7S|?in^ t768' ^Lethbridge, Alta., ^ 1245 2nd Ave. 8. Bought Sheep Walter SpOule, of Edmonton, bought two hundred fancy wethfrs from B. S. Pawson, of C5oBldale, yes-.terday. paying - Kie highest price fdr them that has ever been recorded here. This Is also thfe first sale of sheep for slaughter to prlvat* indlvld-iials, former sales he-ving been to shippers for packing plants. Mr. Spouie supplies the fancy trade of Edmonton, and Intimated, that he was greatly surprised to find such sheep In this dlstTlct, nearly all of them being only feeders, and not finished-products. No Publicity, No Interest The Board of Trade held a sllnpy attended executive meeting l^il night. One.of the disouselons of the evening was aimed at the apparent' apathy.ibe-ing shown in the:-work of ihe board this year. There followed a long discussion as to whether,-.or hot the press chould not be dllowed to attend the meetings ag^in, but the attouipt to introduce a schemefor publicity failed after a hard fight in favor of the press by some of the^memhers of the e-xecutive. President'Ives was not present at the meeting, biit absent in Ottawa. , - � � Council Tonight The City Coiincll will hold another special meeting this evening. The licenEe bylaw, 'which has been on the table since February will be up again for its final reading, and unless another discussion of the boxing; license comes up, the bylaw will likely be passed. The supcrassessment bylaw win also be considered; There will be a long discussion on this matter, as some of the.aldermen are firm In their determination to have the su-peTassessment relieved' of school taxes. Until the superassessment area is fixed by bylaw, the Council cannot sit ao a court of revision on the estimates. 322 i.D.HlGINBOTHAM &COr LIMITED Family & Dispensing.Chemists Rexall Celery Iron Tonic Tonic, Stiniulfint, -AND- Blood Biiilder; - I J, D. Higinbothain &Co4 Lid. CITY AND DISTHJCT For theiyilllers V -'Six car-lcads of grain came in today from Southern points for milling.purposes. . , . , Empress of, Ireland The C.P.R. R.M.S. Empress of Ireland Is due at St. John today. Lethbridge passengers arrive hete next Wednesday. BUSINESS LOCALS KMX TRANSFER-^Phone 670, Alberta Saddlery, opp.Goaldale Hotel. 103-0 � PEOPUEI � Remember that the International Cafe is under new' - managenieiit, which wlU satisfy' you If you flrpp In and s^e-stop and look.' We also carry the best offering on the market. Dont' forget the Ice Cream parlor, fruits and can^lps. Our prices will I satisfy everyone. ' ii3-6 Had Goo'd Pratice - ' Forty-seven turned^ out 'to the prac tice last night for "The Country Girl," the comic opera to be'given by local talent on May 12 and 13;' The opera is prosressSng very . favorably, - and now that it has been deJcIded to give the (proceeds to tho, Nursing Mission interest is greatjy;, increased. Many tickets have already been sold for the performances-. ; No Board of Trade The adjouTned meeting of the Board of Trade, cfilled for tonight has been called off. The council last night decided to secure further Information on the Home Reunion project, and will likely hold an open meeting of the council next Thursday. Edmonton Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Rankin, of Edmonton, are visiting, In the city. Mr. Rankin yas the resldeilt engineer in charge Lethbridge has been very successful, and he has won the admiration of a large circle of friends in this vicinity. No information as to where Mr. New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1475 C O. D. West will be stationed, or who yjould succeed him as inspector herci, was contained in the despatch. .Easy , � The, man who'writes to ask if he can marry on ?8 a week has wasted ink. � � Of course he can. Two dollars will secure' a tasty license, }5 will square the preacher,' and there will be $1 left for a modest wedding breakfast, And then? Oh, well, that's not the '^uesttoni- Cleveland Plain Deaier. Arbor Day Coming AiTdo;' Day, two weeks from today, I promises to be an Important day in I Xvethibridge. The-distribution of two 'thousand trees by Manager Dodman, otthe Hudson-Bay Co., will m'ake the event'one of more than usual importance.; To make arrangements for the aistrlhutlon of the trees the boards of the public and separate schools' win m,eet In the Manual Training Schoorthis evening. Wanted TO PURCHASE FOR CASH, Agreements of Sale, Apply- ^A8quitIi;,&lLiiMfjaj^;,'^^ Z' Royal Bank BuIld'g,?PhoW 1183 VVere Overl>| Bibulous George Wagner was. fined $5,00 and costs this morning in the city police court for assault. Pat Pursall; who jvas; given twenty-four hours yester-(3ay, to shake the dust of I^ethbrldge from hU feet, fell by the wayside, and was 'found drunk again last night. He jvas fined $3.00 and costs. , John Nel-fion was arrested this morning at 0.30 for being; drunk and disorderly^ but was too far gone to be abje^to navl-:-,^ate to: the courtroom, and is being held uhtlfibmorrow. >' Before buying your Rapers, inspect our Large Stock Quality was never better nor prices lower Remember for Office Supplies, Books or Sporting Goods go to Robertson's Book Store mm...-........,-. 0911 ;