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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Hotel In Alberta IIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGB The Dallas Hotel la the Blest and Most Cenvcn- lent Place (o Stay Fresh Fruits and Vegetables are now starting to come in California, Washington and other points from FOP. THIS WEEK-END WE EXPECT TO HAVE STRAWBERRIES, lowest market price. RIPE TOMATOES. 1'Iorida's, Ib.........25c CALIFORNIA RHUBARB, per Ib............ 15C SPINACH, per Ib............. 15C WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS, amVtendi-v', (imiud 2jc. CUCUMBERS. Kstra fancy, price cac'i 25c 30c. GREEN ONIONS, pi-r bundl 5c FLORIDA CRAPE FRUIT, exlm lurgo size! 18c. RADISH6S, largo bunclioa. 3 for CAULIFLOWERS, lurga ami fancy, ca. CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE, Z for CALIFORNIA GREEN PEAS, por Ib..... APPLES, Yellow Nektons, anil Roman per box.......................... FHOSTLESS ORANGES, per doz...... 35c, and SQc. CHOICE BANANAS, per dozen_____ ____ 3Bc. 30c, 35c, .....260. .....25c ?1.65 25c. CANS 5 Cheap will kink ami hosi1 that kinks will soon break and I leak, which simply nieuiirf trouble uinf expense. OUR SPRINKLING CANS are well made, cither of heavy tiu or j of galvanised nuiteniil. -----PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 623 Whofcsale Oept 1271- THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale ancl Retail Grocery Dept. 625 WholeeaU Dept 1271. "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O 5th Street Phone 761 WE Al TIER r.l 50 53 22 .01 BELIEVING THAT ARE.OUR BEST ASSET, We aim to nuke them by nulling ojily Jiclinblc Roods (it the lowest possible. Our low rent anil tinmlt expense enable v.a to do this. You sot the beuuflt. It will jiny you to call anil Bes our slock and prices before you buy. Rtnncmber the "th St., two'doors soutu ot-Oth St. Car lino. PHONE 1G57 Prompt Attention to Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South Central Cash Grocery A. E. Kiuueair, PHONE 1657 Gocdc delivered ot -Parts of City Proprietor 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car line T.ctliluidgc, dear Kdti'.ontoti, ch'iif Saskatoon, cloudy snnu'ini; Brundim, cloudy Portage, cloudy Port Arthur, snow Nelson Grand Forks VL-j-reviUc, clear I'ni Deer, clear Macleoil, clear MedifiHt; Hat, fair I'rincc Albert, cluiul Politic-ton Fair and mid weather has prevail- ed throughout the prairies, KIIOW 1ms fallen. In parts ot Mani- toba it has been quite frosty, and as many as 17 decrees of frost were re- ported at several jdaiTS in Alberta and Saskatchewan.' and Sas- anil cold today and on Saturday. anil cold Saturday, stationary or a htUe temper- ature. 30 G3 35 G2 22 54 15 51 27 2is Si 3-t 31 20 -16 30 MS HEfS PEESVilER AND SIR. WILFRID RE PER TO LATE SIR RICH- ARD SCOTT Ottnu-a, April vcfer- enets-v.'t-re made liy Premic-r Uonlcn and Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the death of Sir Richard Scott at the opening o! the house this afternoon. Premier Borden said that the death of Sir Richard Scott had removed from the public Hie pi Canada a most distin- guished figure. For nearly hah" ii cen- tury he had uninterruptedly played a distinguished part in the life 01 the country ami all who knew him inti- mately-received. inspiration from the mental vigor which t-haractsrizei even lite His public career had been marked by ability, energy and devotion to duty and the public f oi the country sustained a great loss in his Sir U'ilfrid [.atirier said he was pernmally to the jireim'r for the Umi manner in which lie bait spojcsn. The people of Canada, -ha isiilil, only partly knew Sir Rtchurd I Scott, for he was a nvd-sr m-n came UU'e in contact with the cou'n- jlry. Hut those knew daily 1 work recognized tlmt he was not on- ly an amiable gentleman in public pile, but ulso that he was endowed -ivitb very eminent Ax a islalnr and administrator he liail wry s-uiioriors ami he had left his mark in wise legislation on the statute hoofcs.: Sir Wilfrid Lauriar i remarked on the fact that though strong physically. Sir Hichard, I by regular living, had tarried his vi- gor to a very old age. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Sick Out Again Vritz Sick was; up and around this morning, for the first time since ho sprained his ankle some weeks ago. Coming to Alberts A. H. Stowart. Is moving from lln. Sasfe.. to Milk "River, and is un- loading his oltectti In Letlibricigo to- day. Tenders for Uniforms The city ctores' department has called for tenders for uniforms for The city stores' department has bo in by -May 3. Contractor Returned F. T. Cruttenden" has returned -from a visit to will resume his business as a contractor in this Tennis Racquets AND Supplies Our stock of Tennis Goods Is very large, well assorted and entirely new. Prices are very low, considering high quality. Racquets, to (All above guaranteed) to OH In.) set. to dozen The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd, CITY AND DISTRICT Lake Manitoba Reported Canadian Pacific Lake Manito- ba reported by wireless off Cape Race and is due Quebec on Sunday. Pas- sengers are expected to reach Winni- peg: on Tuesday evening, uad Leth- bridge on Thursday. Changing Employers E. Power, 'who hiiB been manugct for the Canadian General Supply Co. sinco tho organization of tlmt com- pany, has rebiKned to join the stuff nf tho Western Supply and Equip- ment Co. Building Pormits Building permits taken out this morning were for u residence en Twelfth street B North. Cor Joe Hanslko; a house addition for J. A. Palmer, on Ninth street South, and a house addition on Twelfth street North for W. 3, Softhouae. No Board of Trade The adjourned meeting of tlio Board of Trade, culled for tonight bus been called off. Tho council last night de- cided to .secure further Information on tho Home Reunion project, and will nicely hold an opon meeting of tho council next.Thursday. Edmonton Visitors Mr, and Mrs. RanJcIn, of Edmonton, are visiting In the city. Mr. nankin was the engineer in charge of const-ruction of the C. P. U. high bridge here a few years ago. He is now in charge of the big bridge being built across the Saskat- chewan at Ejdnionton. A New Idea "IVhat makes you carry that hor- rible shrielr machine for au autorno bile "For humane replied Mr Chuggins. "If I paralyze a person with fear he 'will keep still and I can run to one side of Star, DEAVER 33OARD Artistic, Durable and Economical Walls and Ceilings Can be Made of IT is made entirely of selected 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 heat and cold, deadens sound, retards fire, 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 oi household uses, We caa furnish to meet your with full information and directions SDER5 THE TRADE ESPBCIALLY SOLICITED J. B. Turney and Company WHOLESALE JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS Builders Mines and Mills Bought Sheep "Walter Spoule, of Edmonton, bought two hundred fancy wethers from B. S. Pawson, of Ooaldale, yes- terday, paying the highest price for them that has ever been recorded here. This is also the first sale of sheep for slaughter to private individ- uals, farmer sales having been to ship- pers for packing plants, Mr. Sptiuie supplies the fancy trade of Edmonton, and intimated that he was greatls' surprised to find such sheep In this district, nearly all of them being only "eeders, and not No Publicity, No Interest The Board of Trade held a sllmly attended executive meeting night. One of- the disouseions of the evening was aimed at the apparent apathy be- ing shown, in the. work bt the board thi? year. There followed a long cussion as to whether or not the press should not be allowed to.attend the meetings again, but the to introduce ,a scheme for publicity failed after a hard fight in favor of the press by some of the members of the executive. President iVcs was not present at the meeting, but absent Ottawa. Council Tonight The City Council will hold another special meeting: this evening- The license bylaw, -which has been on the table since February will be up ag- ain for its final reading, and unless another discussion of the boxing li- cense comes up, the bylaw will likely ic passed. The snperassessment by- law will also be considered. There will be a long discusvion on this mat- ter, as some of the aldermen are firm in their determination have the lerasHesEinent relieved of school taxes. Until the supcrassessment area is fixed by bylaw, the Council cannot sit as a court of revision on lie estimates. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemists Rexall Celery Iron Tonic Tonic, Stimulant, Blood Builder. J. D. Higinbotham Co4 ltd. CITY AND DISTJRICT Fop the Millers Six carloads of grain came in today from .Southern points for milling pur- poses, i Jn Waiting Mood Mayor Hardie is .Etlll awaiting from General Superintendent Price, of the C. P. R., fixing some time for a further conference regarding the sub- way. In the meantime the company is rushing material to the ground. I The new icehouse is almost complet- ed, and much of the lumber la oh tho ground for the now freight sheds. Looking Over the Situation Mayor Hardie spent most of the morning with two gentlemen from the East, wbo are in Lethbrldge, consid- ering the advisability of establishing. a practical industry. They represent a fair amount of eastern capital, and 7 are well satisfied with what they I have seen here. Charged With Stealing Hogs Jn Supreme Court today the time of the court was taken -up with tho base of Rex vs. Hugh Stuart Card- stop, charged with the Mieft of three hogs from, H. L. Pilling. C. P. P. Conybeare, K.C., prosecuted, and J. R. Palmer defended. The caae is of little or no local interest, and was still in progress at the time of going to press. Empress of Ireland The C.P.H. A.M.S. Empress of Ire- and is dus at St. John today. Leth- bridge passengers arrive here next Wednesday. Contractors JnLlil5 Municipal Phones: 755 and 1755 Lethbrldge, Alta., 1245 2nd Ave. S, BUSINESS LOCALS Bx G70, ta Saddlery, Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 PEOPLE! Romember that the International Cafo is under new management, which satisfy you If you drop in and and look. We aluo carry (he heat offering on the market Dont' lee Cream parlor, fruits and candles. Our prices will satitsfy everyone. 113__Q Had Good Pratlce Forty-seven turned out'to the prac- tice last night for "The Country the comic opera to bo given by local talent on May 12 -and 13.' The opera' is progressing very favorably, and now (hat it has been decided to give the proceeds to the Nursing Mia-! sion interest is greatly increased. Many tickets have already been sold for the performances. Wanted TO PURCHASE FOR CASH, Agreements of Sale. Asquith Lindtay Royal Bank Build'g, 1183 Light and Power Line The electrical department Is build- ing a light and power line along the Macleod road. This line will serve the new brick yard being installed by Knowlden Bros., and Is besides to serve the purpose of lighting the dan gerous places on the hill, where acci- dents have occurred in the past The city now owns Uie hill to the traffic and will endeavor to make ac- cidents impossible. Arbor Day Coming Arbor Day, two weeks from today, promises to be an important day in Letfobridge. The-distribution of two thousand trees by Manager Dodmrm, of the Hudson Bay Co., will make the event one of more than usual import- ance. To make arrangements for the distribution of the trees the boards of the public and separate schools will meet in the Manual Training School this evening. Were Overly Bibulous George Wagner was fined and costs this morning in the city police court for assault. Pat Pursoll, who was given twenty-four hours yester- day, to shake the dust of Lethbrldge from his feet, fell by the wayside, and found drunk again last night. Ha was fined and costs. John Mel- son was arrested this morning at U.30 for betas drunk and disorderly, cut was too far gone to be able to navi- gato to the courtroom, and is being held until tomorrow. A Demonstration of All Right Prices Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 for ....................25c. Cheese, per Ib........... 20c. Shredded Cocoanut, per Ib. .25c. Lyle's Syrup, 2 Ib tin .....20c. Baking Powder, 5lb. tin only, 70c Choice Potatoes, 26 Ibs for- 25c. Choice Potatoes, 100 Iba. 80c. Carrots, 4 Ibs for......... iuc. Cabbage, 4 Ibs for 10c. Lettuce, Fresh daily, Ib. 30c. Green Onions, per bunch 05c. The Premium Grocery St. South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Oppoutto PHONE 074 I'ONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAY3 Office 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prop. Phone 631 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. "The Beggar Prince" at the Morris To lovers of popular music with catchy refrain, ami to those who en- joy a good piece of comedy, pJayt-U at the Morris Theatre last night will afford a fund of enjoyment and merriment. Henry Mosoly and Kay Southard, who handled tho comic end of the busi- tieas. wore pastmasto.rs In the art of tickling the funny-bouu of the audl- once, Tlmt they were Rood manipula. tors in this direction WHS shown by tho penlu of uproarious Jaujjhttir which rang through tho theatre. Thoy gave every oito present a good time. Such songn an "Spooney Mnoney and "Don't Come Too also fetched tho audience, and Minn Bertlo Patience and MUa Heaaie Greou mado thamgelvuR prime favor- ites in Uie manner In which tlioy rendered thorn. Fun, song and dnnco combined to make tho performance u very (ittractive otjo, Pretty faces and charming "frocks and frills" and pleasing volccH (tlstiugufshed the lad- ies who took part la tho comic opera. The company worked well together and a ci-iiantlty ot good tun and music 'lowed ov-ar tho footlights and do- Ughtod an audience 'whicfi packed the house to capacity, Tho performance will be repeated tonight, and ought to two the repeil- tion of a full .house. CITY AND DISTRICT Your Credit 1S Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. 8, PHONE 1735 WILL LIKELY BE PROMpTED TO SUPERINTENDENCY AT AN EARLY'DATE That Inspector West, of "K" Divi- sion of .the.Royal Northwest Mount- ed Police at this point, is slated for promotion to the position of superin- tendent, is the intimation in a des- patch to tho Calgary News-Telegram, from headquarters at Edmonton. Inquiries were made at ilia bar- racps this morning, hut Superintend- ent Wilson has not been notified as yet, as to the authenticity of the re- port, but stated that it was likely true. Inspector West is a man of wide especially in ilie northern' post, work, and if any promotions aro broadcast lie should be one of the re- cipients, as he is thoroughly deserv- ing. His._ work in Lethbridge has been very successful, and he lias won the admiratiori oi a'large circle of i 'riends in this vicinity. No information as to where Mr. Ladie.s and Gentlemen Wo hnvo returned and arc now ready for your Spring Cleaning DRY CLEANING a SPECIALTY PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR ORDERS PHONE 1565 The Lellibridge Cleaners 323-5th Street South, Lethbrldge Johnson Block Express Pftid one way on Out-of' Town Orders New Barnes Coa! Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 147B C. O. D. West will be stationed, or who succeed him as inspector hercx was contained in the despatch. Easy The, man who'writes to ask if he can .marry on a week haa wasted inlr. Of course he cau. Two dollars will.___ secure a tasty license, will square the preacher, and there will be left for a modest wedding; breakfast, And then? Oh, well, that's aiot the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Before buying your Papers, 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 ;