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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FiKeE. BUSTTO ALL TRAINS .Hotel Windsor BSst $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGB The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Moat Convan. lent Place to Stay mmfm ThV cost ot labor and brushes for a Job where poor Pai_nt is the only kind we keep. Fresh FruiN^nd Vegetaby^^ California, Wastingtoh and other pcwnts 1 5 "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 FOR THIS WEEK-END �. t FRESH STRAWBERRIES, lowest ijnarket price. RIPE TOMATOES, Florida's, per lb. ...'....|2So CALIFORNIA RHUBARB, per lb............ 15c SPINACH, per lb.................... 15c. WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS, green and tender, per pound----....... ............ 25c. CUCUMBERS, Extra fancy, price each 25c, 30c. GREEN ONIONS, per bunch ................ 5c. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extra large size, price each ..i............................... 15c. WE EXPECT TO. HAVE RADISHES, large bunches, 3 for____....... 25c. CAULIFLOWERS, large and fancy, ea. 30e, 35o, CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for......25c CALIFORNIA GREEN PEAS, per lb..........25c APPLES, Yellow Newtons, and Roman Beauties, per box............................. $1.65 FR0STLE8S ORANGES, per dois. 35c, 40c, and 50c. CHOICE BANANAS, per dozen... 25c. 40c, -PH0NE8- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-fecUonery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62S Wholesale Dept. 1271. Lethbridge, clear . Edmonton, cloudj^ Regina, fair ........ Portage, cloudy ... Karaloops, cloudy Red Deer, clear .... Calgary, fair ......... Macleod, clear -...... BELIEVdNG THAT Satisfied Gustomers ARE OUR BEST ASSET, tVo 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 tJie benefit It will pay yoii to call and see ; our stock ami prices belJore you.buy. Remember the place-613 . 7th SL, two doors south of 6th St. Car line. fe'^^'^f Central Cash Grocery A. E. Kiimear, Prompt AttenKiort to Phone Ordtirs 612 Seventh St. South Proprietor PHONE 1657 Goods delivered ot all Parts of City 2 doors S. 6th Ave. Car line Prince Albert, clear Moose Jaw, cloudy . Brandon, fair ......... Winnipeg, cloudy ..... 5S 30 46 34 37 g 32 20 58 44 70 42 55 30 58 28 61 28 58 42 38 18 41 15 31 18 34 20 54 28 62 41 70 42 and Sas- Mr CHIN Cbin, Alta.,' April 22.-Mr. Frank , Leivis left' for Lethbridge today to ^.tiend court which -has now convened. �i,:.=i&sM;.j S. services a-nd Sunday school .Jxp lield next fcUinday, April 27, in likjtliq'SMill above John Hawick's general ^^..atorft'- , fesiijij/Plsree inches of snow fell this mom- ��i'.i'iS'?;.....WhiCb ivill! greatly benefit the ;;k:s^c>iir! Wm. Ashman, of Moose Ja-w, formerly C. P. R. special service ajgent here was in the City yesterday- Full Board Here O. F. Sti-ong, of Edmonton; D. C. Bayne, of Banff, and Thomas McKer-cher, of Olds, were the three license .commissioners in the city today in connection with the hearing on the North Lethbridge applications. Trees Wintered Well  All-the trees'transplanted in Gelt Gardens last year by Supt. Mitchell of- the-; parks departmenit came through the .winter in fine condition, ' proving beyond a doubt that large trees cam be transplanted in wintei-when (the frost is in the ground. Ex-Mayor Hatch Is satisfied that the experiment has been a success. Pat's.Unquenchable ThI-st Pat Pursall, who on Wednesday, was told to make himself scarce in these parts, and -who was overtaken by a parching thirst on the wayside, which resulted in a conviction in ithe city police court yesterday on a charge of being intoxicated, was again before the magistrate this morning on a similar charge. ' He wag be-stowied wlitb the customary "three and." Assizes Are Over Mr. Justice Simmons this morning concluded the criminal sittings of the spring assizes of the Supreme Court. The docket was unusually light. John Kinmlburg, charged with attempte4 �theft from a C. P. R. car, was found -,ullty, but sentence was reserved pending the decision of the Supreme