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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel ! the Best and Most Conv.n. lent Place to gtay_ IF you ONLY KNEW HOW MUCH EASIER IT WOULD BE WITH THE PROPER UTENSILS AND MANY LABOR-SAVING DEVICES IN OUR STOCK, YOU WOULD NOT ATTEMPT THE JOB UNTIL YOU PURCHASED THEM. SEE US BEFORE HOUSE CLEANING TIME C. W.GRAY **The Store That Saves You Money'* 310 5th Street Phone 761 Just Received-Colnrite Colors old and new Straw Hhts. ELasy to apply. Dries in thirty minutes and gives a beautiful gloss finish in following colors; Tea, Coffee and Butter are Three Very Important Articles in a Grocery Store articles of the best quality and at Every housekeeper wants tliese the right prices; OUR SPECIAL BLEND CEYLON TEA' Is giving the best of satisfaction. We have had another largo shipment just in last week. The wholesale price has advanced considerably hut our price to the consumer is still the same- namely, per pound....................----- 40c. . OUR SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE Freshly roasted every week and ground fresli In our store while you wait, is absolutely tlie finest coffee that we can buy to sell at such" a figure. This coffee has-been specially blended to suit the water around here and has been proven by many of our customers to be a decided Im-provement on many of the so-called good coffees. Price per pound........................ 40c. WILD rose creamery butter Nothing finer or sweeter con be produced. Made In Alberta, the finest dairy province in Can-ada where' eventually the bulk of the best Canadian creamery butter will come from. Price per pound........'................ ........... 4Qo -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 825 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GQOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit BXiA^pn-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES Grocery Dept. 528 Wholesale Dept 1271. IJDemonstration of All Right Prices Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 for, .....25c. Cheise, per lb.........., 20o. Shridded Cocoanut, per lb. .25c. Lyle'a SyrUp, 2 lb tin ..... 20o. Baking Powder, 5Ib. tin only, 70c Choice Potatoes, 26 lbs for 25c. Choice Potatoes, 100 lbs. ....SOc Carrots, 4 lbs for ......... 10c. Cabbage, 4 lbs for ........lOc. Lettuce, Fresh dally, lb. ... 30c, Green Onions, per bunch .. 05c. The Premium Grocery eS-�-1t�i St. South J. TUFF. PBOPRIETOR OpposHe T�rrlllc PHONE BT* WEATHER Lethbridge, snow Edmonton, fair . 46 25 34 12 .02 40 36 52 32 48 27 ;10 35 25 .10 42 21 Cardinal Red Sage Green Jet Black Burnt Straw Dull Black. Navy Blue Brown Cadet Blue Violet JACKSON & CO. 40 55 50 64 54 62 55 62 68 69 68 7() 77 6S 72 At 56 53 49 46 SO 30 33 30 24 34 39 36 33 29 38 36 40 39 50 25 47 30 36 35 35 31 .02 .01 111 AT SHOW has the greatest interest in the '.doing of thmgs. Following out the -idea, of: Col. D: C. CoUier, the mde- fatigable president of the San Diego v.Bxp^ -whole exhibit will bring ialo competition the appliances .1 of industry. � V ftOno of the contests that will be sseea at the San Diego Exposition is that of tractors. Five acres have been set apart lor this demonstration. Of this tract makers of gaso-'lincj steam, and oil burning tractors v.yril''"demonstrate the power and utility of their products. These ma-i chines will -tear up the earth with -viiiknense gang plows, move heavy jiilpacls from place to place, conditions ';:>ward raechanism of cars, their oper- ation, etc., the requirement that everything be a demonstration of process acting as a force to make the exposition a mine of useful inform.a-tion concermng the how and the ^hy of thmgs. , This sort of thing is projected for the San Diego Exposition in ordet that It may. be an essential and dis- Medicine Hat, snow .. Macleod, cloudy .... Red Deer, cloudy.; .. Vegreville, cloudy ... Coronation, cloudy .. Prince Albert, cloudy. Saskatoon, cloudy ... Humboldt, cloudy.. .. Kam�ack, cloudy .... Swift Ciirrent, cloudy. Moose Jaw, cloudy .. Reglna, cloudy . .. Indian Head, cloudy .. Moosomin, cloudy,.... Estevan, cloudy ..... Dauphin, cloudy ,.. .. Vlrden, clear .... ... Brandon, fair .... .. Winnipeg, cloudy .... Cypress River, cloudy Emerson, clear ... .. Port Arthur, fair.. .. Kamloops, cloudy .... Nelson........ Pentlctoh......'. .. Grand Forks'.. ...... The weather has continued cold in Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan, with local snow storms. In .Manitoba it has been warmer, with strong winds and a few thunder stOrms in pastern \a.rts. � � :, If ' Forecast 11' . Manitoba-Generally fair today and on Wednesday. ; >. Saskatchewan iarid Alberta-Fair and cool today and on Wednesday, r WALL PAmRS That are Pleasing to the Eye and to the Pocket  See -oiir large display of new patterns- and artistic designs and yqu will agree with us that the 1913 papers are exceptional in" low price great beauty. The Redj&oss Drug: and^ook Co.. Etd. Phon* ihi Third Ave.> PONY EXPRESS ANI> TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS , Office 408 Rownd" St, J. FIGGINS, Prop. ' Phono 63a When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City,' furniture; removed coal c.o.d. CITY AND DISTRICT a. Divisional Officer F. R. Penayfather, of the motive de- .....-r ' +v, n,rt nf'partment.of.theC.P. R..i�ltttheclty Sion^of t^l S Se sfn Di- ^^^�visional headquarters at Cran-"  ' the brook. , , , ego Exposition is a pioneer in exposition field, upsetting all expp-sitional traditions, marking a decided departure from precedent  Await Engineer's Report Although the council was a-ilsed several weeks ago to arrive at some CITY AND DISTRICT Bought Mp. Peck's Hogs B. J. Cook has purchased about 200 hogs from E. 0. Peck, of Barons. Most of them will be used for slaughter. Was Hard to Crank Harry Longhurst, chauffeur for Dr. F.-H. Mewburn, sustained a double fracture of the arm yesterday, while cranking Dr. Mewbum's automobile. Fined $3.00 and Costs The assault charge against Steve Nedostup and Joseph Melynlck was rfsduced this morning by Magistrate Elton,; to a charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and- each was fined f3.00 and costs. Booming at Bow Island . C. Hoaglin, of Bow Island, is a -Visi-tor'in the city today. He reports seeding well advanced in that section. Bow Island bad a very excellent .crop record last year, but Mr. Hoaglin looks to see it broken in 1913. Must Leave Town .One lonesome looking vag, and a repentant drunk appeared in police court this morning. The vag was al-; lowed time! to shake the mud of Lethbridge from his kickers, while the drunk was released on suspended sentence. CITY AND DISTRICT Mp. Jones Is III Samuel Jones, janitor of Westmin,-star school, was operated on yesterday for gall stones, at thei Gait Hospital, and was reported as doing well this morning. One'o Fortune, Other's Misfortune Today's snowfall; which is decidedly wet, will mean dollars and oents to the farmers, tout will keep the sheepmen Ijustling to get the newly-born lambs into shelter before they chill and die. It Made Him Smile H, R. Johnston, of the Iowa Farming Co;, at Stirling, was seen, wearing a benign and happy smile, today, The snowstorm did it. . Your Credit Is Good B TO HIS LIFE CHARLES CUNDY DEAD WITH REVOLVER IN HAND-INDI-. GATES CASE OF SUI-" CIDE Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1735 ,  Is Doing Fairly Well � Mrs. 0. L. Aiklns, of New Dayton, came up on last evening's ti-ain to visit ber husband, who is at the Gait Hospital, where he was recently �P-! ."""e'gt oi Stirling, with erated. on for appendicitis. She re-;Weyburn line, east ^ Charles *'Gujidy, a young Englishman, was'found dead in his bunk about noon yesterday at the con-; struction camps of the Lethbridge- .i.^,... r-------: I several weeKs ago lu -- There will be � .i great dairying  ,^^,^1^^ j-pgaTding, the placing of el-demonstration at the San Diego Ex- _.....,, fi,ovl,BVfi as vet position. Fat, sleek cows ��e� J^J" ectrical slgna, they have as devolved no policy. .The City Engln- there, hut they wUl be fat,and,sleek i g^^.j^^p^gpgring a report on the mat-because cared for in modern nianner. j smbmit to the council at its There will be milking machines, of j ^^^^^^^^g earlv and late pattern, at work ; | there, will be sanitary dairies. The cows are not to be a prominent part of the exhibit-their presence is ne- An Intelligent Cop Joseph Slebenham, who was arrested on Satirrday,. alleged,to have been ol the exnioii ' go to the owner of the fattest and J'^^^^^f ,flO-00 ^J-^ ^"/'^ his morn-,.U. t., f.hP. man who Police. Magistrate Elton. The case -was reiiianded yesterday. An tatereetlng! feature of the aesklon this niorning was the intimate knowledge of the city bylaws displayed by Constable P. C.jjky, in his evidence for the prosecution. Const. Lay has not been on the fbroe thirty days yet, but he was able to point out to the court the exabtiectlon of the code whicb deals with cases of this nature, ills familiarity with tbe city's bylaws was heartiiy comniendecf ty; the mag-IstTate, Mr. D. H.iElton, and also by Chief Constable 'W'ni. Davis. O" v� v__ ------^ - sleekest cows, hut to the man who uses the best process for making them fat and sleek. There will be contests without number at San Diego, and they will be of' the sort never staged before at any exposition. President CoUier has mvited the Canadian government to install a display showing ho-vy things are done in Canaday and around these exhibits to picture her different and wonderful opportunities for horde building and investment in provinces. ? TO CLOSE AN ESTATE' Iniportaut to Investors and Others Auction Sale of Inside Property FRANK WADDINGTON ;.Is favored with instructions from the owner to offer for SALE BY . � PUBLIC AUCTION at the COURT HOUSE, LETHBRIDGE, on ... Monaay, the 5th Day of May, at 3 o'clock . V in the Afternoon LOT 27, IN BLOCK 32, PLAN 4353 S., LETHBRIDGE' i^: - 'T Buildings thereon at the attractively low : Upset Price ol $19,000 i*>i.The property has a frontage'to Fifth Street of 25 feet and adieptu '^w.of.,l46*feet'to a lane, and situated as it is In the very heart of tihe iif'l�))ast'-bnsJnLeBS.section� of the city, should command the attention of 1 Investors or speculators looking either for a sound investment or an oXLellent speculation. '*fWithvthe: completion of the NEW POST OFFICE the value of ihlSaprbiwrty will be still further enhanced, ensuring as It will the lie^iajaiience. of.ij the city's business section. i''�^*\*P,}JP?yJ''B^^fe til* terms upon which the sale will be mad^: ' |f(ftpQO, !in'cash-'^t the tjme-of sale, ?2,000 in six months, ?2,000 in�-qb�!,;yBar,;and*the balance to remain-on mortgage at one- two, .tbjpe�jOi;;f9ut .years,' at. the option of the purchaser, with interest at el;ht p|3t^cent. iTheviPl'bpertyiis subject to a iea�6 expiring December 1916, at a yearlriii>:eter^ntal;of',|500'';the, tenant paying all taxes. Any further jpartlciil^FkfreaulrediJiay be obtained from 'imnMEfeSRR. JOHNSTONE & RITCHIE, |%|jMr. AJkins, is improving, though not quite so speedily as she had expected. PACKING NOW IS THE TIME TO PACK WATER GLASS 25c PerPoimd J. D. Higi^botham & Coj^, Ltd. Officially I^otified Although StaffordvlUe has been a part of the city. offIcially taken over on, April 18, the heads of departments , had not been notified to that effect ; up to yesterday. A.motion was passed in council at their meeting, in-1'^""> i^.^'-^'u.t, -- ^-ifsrwcutig the secretary to Jnltetji. >on regarding the death points to the beads of the departments of the suicide, .but no mot.ve for such an extension of the limits, and to take all, act c(^Uld be vcntureu. applications for water, light and sew-1 P"?*''!' a^blacHs.uith and ac- er. which may be made from Stafford-! '=o^'^i?e , ^.jjjg ' -.-_i-,,, Tho: measure Is modelled upon the Brlti^i Act; V Pine Coulee ......'� Table.,Butte Stavely ...... ; Broomfleld'a house ...... J.<{ . Balfour school ij- Prairie Dell school...... J Harper school �� George Blake's house ^4 .Lane's ranch � Alston school ............ 11 MUir's ranch........... Parkland ......  ----- *f Alberta: school ....... -i, Sunset school........... ; lo A7 Ranch ............ i-* p. Comrle's house ! Coleraine school-........ 22 Nanton ...... ...... Sun Prairie school ...... 11' Larson's Ihouso ........... Johnston's house........ 8 5-37 13 0 4 4 10 9 16 7 28 12 7 10 18 5 83 M : 33 10 323 Totals,................ 470 Glendennlng's majority, 158. NOSED �'IN BY EIGHT VOTES Edmonton, April 28.~The results received from' Alexandria show the return of R. Lowery, Conservative, over M, C, Lyster, Liberal, 'by eight; votes. The totals are: Ixiwery, 478; Lystfai', 470;. Anderson, Socialist, 207. MAIL THEM , \ TO The British and Coloniai Photographic Co. 8HERL0CK',BUILDING. LETHBRIDGE, AUTA. ' 'YOUR FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINTEO.v;. ^'.'V 'developing 16c.(and up) per roll, - V;RRiNTING 50c (and up) per DpZEN. , �4 i1 /�.lV'ppders executed by return of MAiy. 33 ;