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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta - � ^ r f - � t - ^ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN LETHBRIOQB The Dallas Hotel la the B*8t and Most Convon. font Place to 8tay 1 * No. 19 \ - 1 I :>^'t.V v;..l>^: 1 TV* *j t . J.J* ' r * Mi t - V -11 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables are now starting to come 7 J � California, Washington and other points i_- J I FRESH STRAWBERRtES, lowest market price. RIPE TOMATOES, FlorUln's, per lb.........25c CAHFORNIA RHUBARB, per lb............ 15c SPINACH, por lb......................... 15c. WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS, groeu and tender, por pound ____...................... 25c, CUCUMBERS, Kxtra filncy, price each 25c, 30c. GREEN ONIONS, per bunch ................ 5c. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extra large size, price each .................................. 16c. FOR THIS WEEK-END WE EXPECT TO HAVE * RADISHES, large bunches, 3 for . ......... 2Bc. CAULIFLOWERS, large and fancy, oa, 30c, 36c� CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for......25c. CALIFORNIA GREEN PEAS, per lb..........25o APPLES, Yellow Nowtons, and Uoman lieauties. PPLE8. Yellow Nowtons, and Uoman Beauties, per box ....................,......... $1.66 FROSTLESS ORANGES, per doz...........25c. . 35c, "lOc, and 60c. CHOICE BANANAS, per dozen____,........ h 25c. 40c. ^SPRINKLING. CANS Cheap hosf} will kink and hose that kinka will soon break and leak, which simply moans needless trouble and expense. OUR SPRINKLING CANS are well made, either of heavy tin or of galvanized material. PHONES Grocery Dept. 52S Wholesale Dept 127V THE GOOD COMPANY r High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail PHONES Grocery Dept. 62B Wholesale Dept. 1271. A Demonstration of AH Right Priced Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 for ....................25c. Chtoeae, per lb........... 20c. Shredded Cocoanut, per lb, .25c. Lyle'8 Syrup, 2 lb tin .....20c. Baking Powder, 5ib. tin only, 70c Choice Potatoes, 26 lbs for 26o. Choice Potatoes, 100 lbs. SOc Carrots, 4 lbs for.........10c. Cabbage, 4 lbs for ........ 10c. Lettuce, Fresh daily, lb. 30c. Green Onions, per bunch 05c. The Premium Grocery i; V I 1 I. s24-tnh at. South J. TUFF. PBOPRIETOH Oppottlte TerrUls '.1 I i PHONE Br# PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER 4 \ WE A1HEK c. w. **The Store That 310 Sth Street  � t You Money" Phone 761 1 t BELIEVING THAT Satisfied Customers Lplhhridge, clear I'MuMUitoii, clear ... Saskatoon, cloudy Uegina. snowini; Hrandiin, elou*iy .. Portage, cloudy .. Port Arthur, snow Nelson ............... Grand Forks Vegrcvillc, clear Ued Deer, clear Maclcod, clear ^ledieine Hat, fair ... Prince Albert, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy ..... ft � � � * * � � � * 4 *  * *   t 4 * 4 * � h * * 4 � i  �  *  � 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 us to do this. You get the benefit. It will pay yo;L to call and see our stock and prices befora you buy. Remember the place-GIU 7th St., two doors south of-6th St. Car line. 51 22 60 23 48 22 53 23 58 29 47 28 5G 30 62 35 G2 no 54 15 51 27 55 26 54 24 34 20 46 30 63 3t 01 PHONE 1657 Prompt Attention to Phone Orders 612 Seventh St. South Central Cash Grocery PHONE 1657 Goods delivered ot ail .Parts of City Proprietor 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car line \. E. Kiuiiear, 1 Fair and cold weather has prevailed throu(;hout the prairies. Light snow has faHen. In parts ol I^lani-toba it has been quite frosty, and as many as 17 dej;rces of trosi were reported at several places in Alberta and Saskatchewan. FOUl!:CAir>T : Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fair and cold today and on Saturday. * Alberta-Fair and cold Saturday, stationary or a little higher temperature. mm REG GOOO CITY AND DISTRICT a great I Mr. Sick Out Again Fritz Sick was up and around this morning, for the first time since he PFEWIER AND SIR WILFRID RE FER TO LATE SIR RICH- ARD SCOTT Coming to Alberta A. R. Stewart, is moving from Chap-lin, Sask., to Milk River, and is un-loadiuK his effects in Lethbridge today. Ottawa, April 21.-l'!Io:;uent references-v.-cre made by Premier Borden and Sir Wi.lfrid Lauricr iv> the death of Sir Richard Scott at the opening of the house this afternoon. Premier Borden said that the deatli of Sir Richard Scott had removed from the public life of Canada a most distinguished figure. For nearly half a century he had uninterruptedly play:d a distinguished part in the life of the country and all wno knew him intimately received inspirat on from the ment'il vigor which characterized even his kiiowIedt 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 Ives was not present at the meeting, but absent in Ottawa. ^ v. 3 We can fumUh sizes to meet your needs with full information and directions Council Tonight The City Coiincil will hold another special meeting this evening. The licence bylaw, which has been on the table since February will bo up again for its final reading, and unless another discussion of the boxing 11-cenee comes up, the bvlaw will likely be passed. The superassessraent bylaw will also be considered. There will bo a long discus-ion cn this matter, as some of the aldermen are firm in their determination to have the su-perasaesEment relieved of scliool taxes. Qntil the supcrassessment area is fixed by bylaw, the Council cannot sit aa a court of revision on I the estimates. ORDERS PROM THE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED J. Bs Turney and Company WHOLESALE JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS Builders ^Headquarters for Supplies Mines and Mills Contractors fcJUrrLilEs3 Municipal Phones: 755 and 1765 Lethbridge, Alta., 1245 2nd Ave, S. BUSINESS LOCALS Hb\X THAN3FER-Phone G7D, Albor- ta Saddlery, opp. Coaldale Hotel. 103-0 PEOPLE! Remember that tho International Uufo is under now management, which wIU satisfy you If you drop in and see-stop and look. We also carry the best offering on the market. Dout' forget the Ice Cream parlor, fru'.ia and candies. Our prices will 113-U >^ i satisfy everyone. hi- ^ � 1 Tennis a \ Racquets AND Suppl les 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 $10.00 (All above $3 guaranteed) NET$-$4.00 to $9.00. TAPES-(11/4 in.) $5.50 set. BALLS-$3.00 to $5.00 dozen CITY AND DISTRICT Lake Manitoba RepoKed Canadian Pacific s.s, L/ake Manitoba reported by wireless off Cape Race and Is due Quebec on Sunday. Passengers are expected to reach Winnipeg on Tuesday evening-, and Leth- bridge on Thursday. DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS OfHce 408 Round St., J. FIOGINS, Prop. Phone 833 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.O. CITY AND DISTRICT Changing Employers E. Power, who has been managof for the Canadian General Supply Co. since the organization cf that company, has resigned to join the staff of tho Western Supply and Equipment Co. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co.. Ltd. Building Permits Building permits taken out this morning were for a $1000 residence on Twelfth street B North, for Joe Hansiko; 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. Phone 56ft Third Avs* No Board of Trade The adjourned meeting of the Board of Trade, called 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 '^Iv. and Mrs. Rankin, of Edmonton, are visiting in the city. Mr. Rankin I was the resident engineer in charge of the construction of the C. P. R. high level bridge here a few years ago. He is now in charge of the big bridge being built across the Saskatchewan at Etdmonton. *'The Beggar Prince" at the Morris To lovers of popular music with catchy refrain, and to those who enjoy a good piece of comedy, "'The Beggar Prince," played at the Morris Theatre last night will afford a. fund of enjoyment and merriment. Henry Mosely and Ray Southard, who handled tho comic end ot the business, were pastmasters in the art of tickling the funny-bone of the audience. That they were good manipulators in this direction was shown by the peals of uproarious laughter which rang through the theatre. They gave every one present a good time. Such songs os "Spooney Mooney Land," and "Don't Come Too Near/' also fetched the audience, and Miss BerUo Patience and Miss JJessIe Green made themselves prime favorites In the manner In which they rende*red them. Pun, -song and dance combined to make tho performance a very attractive one. Pretty faces and charming "frocks and frills" and pleasing voices distinguished the ladies who took part In tho comic opera. The company worked well together and a quantity of good fun and music flowed over the lootllghts and delighted an audience whlcfi packed the house to capacity. The performancf) will bo repeated tonight, and ought to see the repetition of a full house. Your Credit Good � Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH PHONE 173B ST. 3, Family & Dispensing Chemists Rexall Celery -AND- Iron Tonic Tonic, Stimulant, -AND- Blood Builder. $1^00 In Waiting Mood Mayor Ilardie is s:till awaiting j^ord from General Superintendent Price, of the C. P. R., fixing some time for a further conference regarding tho subway. In the meantime the company is rushing material to the ground. The new icehouse is almost completed, and much of the lumber Ih on tuo ground for the new freight sheds. D. Higlnbotha & Co., Ltd. II Looking Over the Situation Mayor Hardie spent most of the morning ^\ith two gentlemen from the I East, who are In Lethbridge, considering the advisability of establishing a practical industry. They represent a fair amount of eastern capital, and are well satisfied with what they have seen here. CITY AND DISTRICT For the Millers Six carloads of grain came In today from Southern points for milling purposes. Empreas of Ireland The C.P.H. R.M.S. Empress of Ireland Is due at St. .John today. Lethbridge passengers arrive here next Wednesday. Had Good Pratice Forty-seven turned out to the practice last night for "The Country Girl," the comic opera to be given by local talent on May \d and 13. Th?) opera is pro.^rossiug very favorably, and now that it has been decided to give the ajrocoeds to the Nursing Mission InttreHt is greatly increased. Many tickets have already been sold for the performances. Charged With Stealing Hogs In Supreme Court today the time of tho court was taken up with Iho case of Rex vs. Hugh Stuart Card-stop, charged with the bheft of three hogs from E. L. PlUlng. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., prosecuted, and J. R. Palmer -defended. The case Is of little or no local interest, and was still in progress at the time of going to press. SLAIEO 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 WILL LIKELY BE PROMPTED TO SUPERINTENDENCY AT AN EARLY DATE Light and Power Lire The electrical department is building a light and power line along the JIacleod road. This line will serve the new brick yard being Installed by Knowlden Bros., and is besides to serve the purpose of lighting tho dan- j gerous placp-s on the hill, where accidents have occurred In the past. The city now owns the hlU to the traffic bridge, and will endeavor to make accidents impossible. That Inspector West, of **K'� Division of the Uoyal Northwest Mounted Police at this point, is slated for promotion to the position ot superintendent, is the intimation in a despatch to the Calgary News-Telegram, from headquarters at Edmonton. InquiriCjS were made at the bar- racps this morning, but Superintendent Wilson has not been notified as yet, as to the authenticity of tho report, but stated that it was likely true. Inspector W'cst is a man of wide experience,, especially in the northern post work, and if any promotions are broadcast he should he one of the recipients, as he is thoroughly deserving. His -*vork in Lethbridge has r 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 1 PHONE 1475 C. O. D. West will be stationed, or who v^ould succeed him as inspector here^ was contained in the despatch. - I ���-..1-..^ �� - Easy Tlie man who writes to ask If he can anarry on $8 a week has wasted ink, Of course he can. Two dollars will secure a tasty license, $5 will snuare the preacher, and there will be 31 left for a mode.sl wedding breakfast. And then? Oh, well, that*3 not the questloni- Cleveland Plain Dealer, Wanted Arbor Day Coming Arbo.r Day, two weeks from today, promises to be an Important day in Lethbridge. The distribution of two thousand trees by Manager Dodman, of the Hudson Bay Co., will make the event one of more than usual Importance. To make arrangements for the distribution of the trees the boards of the public and separate schonla win meet in the Manual Training School this evening. Wall TO PURCHASE FOR CASH, Agreements of Sale. Apply- Asquith &^Lindfay Royal Bank Bulld'g, l^hone 1183 Were Overly Bibulous George Wagner was fined $5.00 and costs this morning In the city police court for asaauk. Pat Pursal), who was given twenty-four hours yesterday, to Hhake the dust of Lethbridge from his feet, fell by the wayside, and was foiind drunk again last night. He was fined $3.00 and costs. John Ncl-pon was arrested this morning at fl.30 for being drunk and disorderly, but whs too far gone to be able to navigate to the courtroom, and is being Held until tomorrow. efore buyin g your Papers, inspect our Large Stock Quality was never better nor prices 1 ower 4 Remember for Office Supplies, Books or Sporting Goods go to Robertson s Book Store ;