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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor ' *6o8t $1.25 a Day Hotel In � Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven-__lent Place to Stay , ITS ^-2^ AUGERS RAWKNIVEd I^OBODY CAN DO GOOD WOKK WITH poor tools. A poor mechanic can do better work -with good tools than a good workman can do with poor tools. So as ninch or more depends on the tools as on the man; besides good tools save time. Our tools are the best and the price is right. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 Tea, Coffee and Butter are Three Very Important Articles in a Grocery Store articles of the best quality andi at EA'ery bousekeeper Avaiits tbese tlic right prices, trouble on the road, has caused a delay in eastern mails, whlcli only yesterday, commenced to arrive, congesting the Post Office. Approve Good Work Tlie commercial organl?ation of Barons and .Vulcan, have passed unanimous resolutions approving and endorsing the action of the Associate Boards of Trade in endeavoring to secure a double railway mail pouch service between, Lethbridge and Calgary. Couldn't Be Better The fine warm sunshine on the blanket of snov? which fell yesterday, is creating, a veritable hot-bed of^ the ; grain fields, and the wheat will be , literally forced to rapid gro^vth. The grass is growing so fkst, that, like the proveriilal corn,, it can almost be "heard." Ottawa, April 29.-The will of the late Daniel O'Connor, K.C., who died ih London, Eng., on January 26, has been filed for probate by the e.\ecu-tors, the Royal Trust Company, Daniel O'Connor, Jr.; H. WllUs O'Connor, and Dr. Edward J. O'Connor, of Montreal, The real estate Is valued at $606,260, the personal estate at ?18,-096.48, and asset* in WesteTn Canada amounting to ?19,000. The wllU which was dated September 19 last, disposes of a large amount of real estate situated in Ottawa and divides 'the same among the three sons of the deceased above mentioned, and Charles O'Connor, the only son of the late Charles .O'Connor, another son of the deceased. A parcel of the deceased's real estate is also given for life to Miss Susan Keenan. a niece of the late Mr, O'Connor. ., In addition to this thbre are the following charitable legacies: Two hundred dollars each to St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum, the St. Vln-cenit do Paul Society of St. Patrick's parish!; Rer, M. J, Whelan of - St. Patrick's parish; the Victorian Order of Nurses and the Salvation Army. OTTAWA LAOY IS 100 MS OLD HAS LIVED IN OTTAWA 86 YEARS -CAME OUT WITH COL. BY'S ' SAPPERS CITY AND DISTRICT On Business Bent Fred Hick, of the Hick-Seihl Hardware, ia spending a few �days in Medicine Hat on business. A Goodly Age The Hudsons' Bay Company will" be 243 years old on Friday, May 2nd. Tihe local store, are planning fitting celebrations. Officers Will Meet All officers of the Sons of England Benefit Sooietyi are requested to meet at the hall tonight at 8 p.m. A Competing Line Word has been received here that the Austra-American Steamship .Co., have instituted a direct service from Trieste to Montreal in competition with the C. P. R. This new service will be the means of bringing many thousands more immigrants. . � -------^--- Another Membership Campaign The Y. M. C.\ A. are planning to start a membersthlp campaign on May 8th to continue for three days. Would, be Helpful Cardston Board of Trade intimates its unanimous approval of the proposed reduction of western coal freight rates. Was Not J. E. Jones The Mr, Jones who appeared in police court recently In a wageis case, and in which it transpired, tliat the wages were garnisheed, was not John Eldward Jones, of 1028 Twelfth street A South, The man who appeared. In coui't Uvea nortbi of the track. PILES CURED fN 6 TO 14 DAYS . Your druggist will refund, money it PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of. Itching; -Blind; Bleeding, or Protruding Pll�,s'fn 6 to 14 days, iOo. The Ottawa Free Press, April 22, published the following of a lady who that day celebrated her lOOth birthday and had lived in Ottawa 86 year*: Mrs. P. A. Bsleson, Sr., is one hun-dred years of age today and -besides being the longest resident she Is the oldest woman in Ottawa. She was born In Canterbury, England, on April 22, 1813, and came to Ottawa to reside 86 years ago. Her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jones, were Welsh, and her father was a member of the Sappers and Miners. The family kft England' and went to reside in the Barbadoes, in 1827 raov-Ing to Bytown. Her mother, Mrs. Martha S&nes, lived to be 101 years of &ge and died. 22 years ago. One sister, Mrs; Mi Tough, Ijaurler Ave., and one brother, in the States, are still living. :, .' Mrs. Egleson was married, twice, first to John Smith; a member of the Sappers and Miners, who. died in Kingston of.cholera in 1832, and the second time to P. A. Egleson, a well know,!! Ottawa merchant,, who did business on Sussex street. They celebrated their golden wedding (n 1887, By her second' marriage five clilld-ren are still living.' They are: T, J. Egleson, C. Egleson,' B. F. Efelcson, Yolir Credit Is Good Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. 8, PHONE 17136 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1 3 8 6 Caraful �nd phompt aervledi , Asthma Catarrh VHOOPING COtlGHS SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS � ITABUaHIO 1�Ta a simiili, bMB BBit SnetlTs treatment (op broi>r, InnplRii with every brcatb. taakB^ hreathlnj] easy, Boothes thasorothi'aat. and stops theCout&.auurlatfrealful nishts. Crewleoe Is iirraluabla ta moihcra nitb loung eblldrea nnd B BOON to lulferati) (torn Aathmo. SanAiia poatattordeocrlptire booklet. AUL DRUCIOIBTt. ANTiIfS^IO^ THROAT TABLETSfortbelrrluted throat. Ther aro almple,, effective and antiseptic. Of your druMltt or froa ua. lOc In atampc Vapo Crnoleiia Co. S2C*rUaadtSt..N.Y. tsemind Mllaa Buumt JAoiitr�al. Omn, � . 4: TO BE GIVEN HONORARY DEGREES' Winnipeg, April 30.-At a meeting of the council of the ilveralty of Manitoba yeisterday, the committee ; recommended that at the annual ton- ; vocation, May 16, the honorary degree of Uj-D. should ibe .confdrred upon Pa'ther Ciierrier, St. Boniface, and Dr. F. F. Westbroolt, president of the University of British Golumbia, i The . recommendation was heartily adopted. " ' �. .,;  BRUCJ^Eh ' � Tho ��."irtB'� The little homo wliere her husband taught school is still on the lot. Mrs. Egleson has enjoyed th'c very best Of health until Jast-wlntar when the various changes of .temperature caused her much, trouble. Today, however," she is healthy and happy. She often tells stories of the earliest days of Bytown. . Many congratulatory presents havo been showered upon the -old lady. Among them was a basket in whicii were 100 roses, one for each year. She, at present, resides with her son, C. Egleson, on the Montreal road. of any kind Write A. E. SMITH 939 IQth St. Phone 1470 ;