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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD an WHEN IN> LETHBRIDGB The Dallas Hotel (� the Best and- Most OonVon-. loftt Place to Stay Tea, Coffee and Butler are Three Very Important Articles in a Grocery Store Every housekeeper .vants these � articles of the hest quality and, at -asT Not the old fashioned kind that makes your arms ache and your back tired, bvit the light, strong, sharp, steel kind that make gardening the pleasure it should ne. Buy them now and get the full lise of them this season. C. W. Gray "The storethat^ saves you money*' GITY AND DISTRICT ; " Were Found Guilty the right prices. . OIJR SPECIAL BLEND CEYLON TEA Is giving the host of sjittsfaction. We-have had another large shipment just In last -week-The wholesa'e price, has advanced considcirably but our price to the consumer is still the same- namely, per pound........................ '40c. OUR SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE Freshly roasted every week and ground fresh in our store while you wait, is absolutely; the finest coffe� that we can buy to sell at;such a figure.. Thlp; coffee has been specially blended to suit the water around hero and has been proven by many of our fustomers to be'a deoi'ded Improvement on many of the so-called good coffees. Price per po\>rid ............... 40o. WILD ROSE CREAMERY BUTTER Nothing finer or sweeter � can be pfoducod. Made in Alberta, the finest dairy province In Canada whej'e eventually taie bulk of the best Canadian creamery butter will come from. Price per pound ....... i...................... 40c -PHONES- Qrocory Dept. 92^ Wholewle Dept. tZ71. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-fectionery. * Wholesale and Retail �-PHONES--Qrecery Dept. SS6 Wholesale Detst. 1271. WEAIHEB Lethbridge, clear .. Edmonton, snow. .. Calgary, cloudy ... Medicine Hat, fair* Macleod, clear ---- Red Deer, snow.. .. Lloydminster, cloudj BattlefOTd, cloudy. Prince Albert...... 42 Saskatoon, rain ... Moose Jaw, clear .. Swift Current, fair Regina, clear .. .. Qu'Appelle, fair .. Riza, the Turkish commander. Es-sad Pasha, on learmng that- the .^^^^^^^ ^j^^^. powers intended to insist that Al- ^^.j^^ ^1^^^ _ 49 bania should;be independent, spught � the Mounted Police yesterday at No.; pjj^^m Riza ftmlne, fof celebrating too strenuoiis-, rhoy were: John BarchuU, George ' Horsechuk and iohn -Steffanachuk. Evidence Insufficient  %iThe case against Harry Taylor, who -was alieged to have supplied Bad Arm Ka-'Blood Indian, with booze, was dis-i5Sissed,'for lack of evidence. Inspect-(.tpr'-West heard the evidence. Bad j^m, was fined $50.00 and' costs on ; Saturday for : partaking of the; cup ' that cheers. . � ; �.; iiamS BE - iGf mi aiSftip TO BE HIS PRICE FOR DE- �:(5?f:?LIVERiNG SCUTARI TO � ALLIES � 57 28 3ti 23 .02 46 30 .16 70 34 58, 27 65 32 45 30 56 36 42 46 33 61 34 64 44 .16 ?5 35 66 38 70 42 49 38 62 42. 61 . 41. 55 25- 54 36 44 26 54 32 S2 23 53 32 Constantinople, and. Essad Pa^ha was made coniniander, of Scutari' The capitulation this place leaves him at the head of a strong force which he was allowed to take from the fortress. ,, , Proci^ims Htmaelf King , .Gettinje, April , 27.-7-E8sed .Paslia. the of Scutari,'-who surrendered the town of Scutttri to.the Montenegrins, aud was permitted ^to. depart with his troops, has proclaimed himself King of Albania and Allesio. ^A. x-j^aris, April 38.-The Cettinje corr |/!.^-^:il3Ssponaent^sayfi he- has information *A\tf>lSi,at|'^King'firi(-holas was' a party to 5t|*3an;":agreement' w^ ":Es.sad Pasha, ifi�-jjt^at.;he should be King cf Albania as 'slfiBSpayiof delivery of-Scutari to the ijM'ontenegrins.';-^; _? � ,-ftiisi^ssaii in accordance with Albanian ^jSre^tetti," killefj the murderer .of his vAshco.ther and then dropped to ^ the K l-ajK^'.banian!mountains and became a sort .^|fsliit'generally fair and cool today, and' oh Tuesday; , CtTY AND DlsfiRIGT Greek EastefYeaterday Yesterday wa^ Easter'Day for the Greeks, and the local' GrjB^a .obgervr �d it by fasting an'di Testing; ' It's Actinfl;M'aybr rtaniiito'n AJd. 'Hamilton. iffKkcting'i^iayor today In the absence, of Mayor Hardie in the east. .He, presided. over -the special meeting of 'the Gity Council this afternoon; New Members Join Church .Although. without' a pastor until conference meets, Westminster Church is not suffering decline. Last night, Rev. T. P.- -Perryi of Wesley Church,, preached, und held a o-'Scep-tion service, at which, twelve new members were admitted. Mr. Perry was greeited by an audience which filled the church, and the sermon was much appreciated. � The new, members were all. adults. Commun ion service was h�ld at.the close and was participated m by a large number. .. '. . WAV. PAPERS That are Pleasing to the Eye and to the Pocket See oar large display ofr new patterns and artistic de-� signs and you will agree with us that tihe 1913 papers are exceptional in low price aiid' great beauty;-,- The Red Cross Drug and Boo^ Go.. Ltd. Phone ess' A Demonstration of All Right Prices Shredded'Wheat Biscuits, 2 for -...............2Bo. Cheese;'- per lb........... 20c. Shredded Pocoanut, per lb. .2Bc, Choice Potatoes, 26.lbs for 26c. Choice Potatoes, 100 lbs. .. SOc Carrots, 4 lbs for.........10�. Cabbage, 4 lbs for........ tOe. Lettuce, Fresii daily, lb. ... 30o. Qreon Onions, per bunch .. 06e. Lyle'4' Syrup,:2 ib' tin ..... 20c. Baking Powder; Bib. tin only, 70c The Premium Grocery ' . U. TUFP. PROPRIETOR �4.l1th 8ti South Oppoalta Terrllle PHONE VtH PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Round St., j., FIQGINS^ Pro|�i Phone �� When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELlVERBD to any part of 4he city, FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.O. CITY AND DISTRICT Visit* Old Haunts Plre Chief Faulda, of Taber, was in the lassitude is quic a glass ^Sjpure,: invigorating beverage ail ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the ll^djust Itself to the change of season Kegs; for a limited time wdge brewing and ^,;^;c;airoW;od' his place to become; overrup -with'Wild mustard, which spreadl'to. bra ' ov^n farm. He claims ;|l,4d0_.d,|iEnagefi, Justice Walsh reserv-ed declsibn.'') ' Enlarging School Grounils. The play grounds fat^itbe iiGtehtraV school aire being: re-arranged tp'iaftKe: ^dre playground 8paoaj|/oi,.t%yiqJ?I}dr; ren. The teachers', H^.nfs, f^^^^Jt 'M Being moved to the^%we?it^'Pf;,''the 'block, facing Eighth 8tr0�f.{fTl]|;e grounds surroundlnjs'ajRs^Bt^i^si^Wf Sch'ooi, are ^iXns .�frep9'xMmWrA^i> planting of ti;ees o� 'Arb'oiii?l3lCyi4M�y/ �. . .. J Was Known Locally  Robert Davidson'.who died In Sher hrookie; Que., yesterday, is the father of Robert Davidson, � jr., western representative Of the Bltullthlc Paving Company, which had the paving contract .^rom this city. Robert, sr., was well known iby several local men. Back from Winnipeg Mr: A. E. Humphries; travelling immigration inspector, returned some days ago from Winnipeg, where he' had been to confer over matters pertaining to the ports of entry In his . district, and leaves ^tomorrow night I tor. Cranbrook and Spokane.' ' -The Connaught Mansions This morning work was started on the erection of the Connaught Apartment 'block. Its loca-tipn is in the rear of the Victoria Mansions, adjoiniug the site of the proposed Albert Mansions, facing on Tenth street South. Its owner, Mr. Fred Downer, hopes to have It completed and ready for occupancy,- early in July. * � . ' Poillce Doings �Joseph Slebenham, who was arrest-ed on Fifth street on Saturday afternoon, pleaded not guilty this morning to a charge of disorderly conduct, and his case was remanded, until tomorrow. Steve Nedostup, an Austrian, working as a section hand on th*: C. P. R., was arrested on warrant this morning for an alleged assault on Nick Pasklewlok, a countryman. ' (Special to the Herald), Farnie, April 38.-County court has been in session* here during the past week and several pases were disposed of. vHis Honor Judge Thompson will continue the- sittings lor soni,e days longer: ' v ' . The - case of the Elk Lumber company vs; ^Fi;6d Waters was adjourned as'some additional evidence had to be. obtained, fromv the officials of the company. In the action of Rex vs. Frank Mercy, being a charge oi escaping from lawful cujstody while under a sentence of six months and twenty days, the defendint got an additional three months, which was very light in view^ of the faot that- he was only released rfrom the Fernie jail a'-'we'eif, before ' the crime was conimit.tedj which'got for him- the former, sentence.  Under the.oircum stances whibh made it possible \ for him 'to make. his 'get-away the judge laid the, blame largely on the constable-.whd had him m charge and therefore imposed a light sentence. Thetwo-inpn John Hrvachynzhyn and Mike Black,; who wer& captured in Tort Arthur 'and. brought back to Fernie to answer'the charge of obtaining .goods under false preten,ces from merchants iri sHosmer, were dismissed .o;i, a -technicality, although His Honor, expresised the opinion that they were guilty.. ' W FOR NEXI. PAN-CELTIC CONGRES IRISHMAN WHO WEARS KILTS WILL BB ONE OF THE LEADERS Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, , SIXTH ST. & BLOCK, , SIXtH PHONE 173B Notice Mr. E. H. HATCHER..' - . who has been unable throOqh illIness to be in his office during the past few days is '!0r* the job" again today Crown Cleaners 418 Bth St. PHONE 474 ' Steamship Movements The Cunarder Carmania was due to dock yesterday at St. John. ' The Ansonia sailed from Southampton at 5 p.m., on Thursday. . The. Carpathla kft Gibraltar on /Thursday. The White Star-Dominion liner Teutonic was due dock In (Ju6;bec on Satdrday, and idontreal yesterday. , The CjP.R. ElmpresB of Britain arrived'in Liverpool on Saturday. Dublin, April 28.-r-Great Interest Is being shown in various parts of Ireland in the fifth annual Pan-Celtic Congress, which .is to he held at Ghent ?,nd Namur from July 20 to 26. In'many w^ys; >it is to he an epoch-ma;kirig'affair,, � . Lord; Ashboum's heir will preside at the congress.:. _ He is famed for speairiiig many, langiiagos . perfectly, and' for always.. >ijearing the kill wh,ioh it has-been recently, discoyere.d is the. only true and proper wear for Irishmen. � H; Brskine and. Lord Lovett will head the Scot delegatejji. Mr. Ers-kme calls hi^risejf Duke of Mar, that Jac9bite title having been "transferred'/ 'to^hirn.'hy his cousin, the Earl of Mar. . . Sarsfleld is the most popular o/Tic-er's hero and this visit to.his birthplace will doubtless attract great attention, for a ihovement is on foot to put up a statue to his meniory. This annual Pan-Celtic congress forms a permanent organization for the 'Union of. those: engaged in Celtic FOR SALE READY MADE FARMS In Southern Alberta, Qlenwood-District, close to new G. N. K. lino. The land ; Is first class. A large percentage has heen cultivated ^and at present part of it Is In winter Wheat. : :  This is a rare chance-to secure; a home in one of the, best districts of the. west Terms easy. Apply, to  -A. G. CAMPBELL, OR D, S. BEACH ' Oardston P. 0., ..>. CARD OF THANKS 'Mr.-ahd Mrs. J. Simpson thank the popple- Of Chinook and Diamond City foPrtl^elr' kindness In their �ad be' r'eav^nijlnt. Ottawa, April Z7. The-- coming week, in j>arliament, is likely to see furthrt substantial- progress made with'the' minor, business of the ses-tho Union 01. inoBeciiguKcu iu.v.ycMuv s ion. 'The laot that - the weeV is studies and rpsearph and for the dP- broken-by Ascension Day; will prob-veiopmeift '.tbiii-fnterests^ of . each ably result In the; pbstpdnement o! Celtic - nation. ylnYitations to' 'the the tosumptlon of/vthe navy debate, congress .are a;ddressed. to all Celt c until the Hrst or the following ,^eek, societies. , Before -'a society can be -while, If the house is kept at ' the enrolled in .-the 'organizati^ proof minor mea:?ures and at voting esti-has to; Jje tglvenyJ^hat it occupies it- matesi?there will he a rfluoh clfiarer self �)vith mattoffiOf a Celtic nature, deck for the larger action coming that it has bee(i � .Jn existence lor later. '  : . i .^m^ BORN GtANKriB-An Aprfl'27, to Mr, and >Mf8/)J. A. Glennle, 640-18th street dauK^ter. MAIL THEM ' JX  TO .the British and Colonial Photographic Co. , , SHERLOCK^ BUILDING. ' > LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.; '�'.y'dU'p FILMS DEVELOPED AND. PRINTED  ,J , DEVELOPING 1Bo-(and up) PER ,RQLL J . PRINTING 60o (and up) PER DO^N. * , ; ' .kC\, ohoERS EXECUTED BY RETURN'QR MAIL. . - 45 60 43 ;