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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsot Beat $1.26 a Day Hotc! In Atbertii DAILY HERALD AT REDUCED PRICES Our stock of screens and Bcreeuins perrcits you to fit any door or window. We hwiille the best quality which will last for years. TMs BieaoB tt�t,you can put tham up in a few minutes next seasoa, thus Saving you the time and trouble of fitting new ones as well as the oMt'Of bujlns ttem. e. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 Furniture and We Have a Nice Assortment of Fruits & Vegetables Arriving Daily And ;uros])ecial lino assortiuoMit I'or Uio woek-end. The following' arc the prt>vailino; ])ri(*cs; WASHINGTON RED RASPBERRIES-Very fine siotk. r'ricPH0NE8- Qroe�ry Dept. 6H Wholesaitt Dept. im House Furnishings Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. 3. Your Credit is Good For Milk that is Milk AND Cream that is Cream TRY , - � , - ...... ^ ?C6x's Dairy Phone 1065 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds I Office : : 1163 PHONES .! Office : : 462 Stables : 1064 I 1 Police Have Landed a Prize WEATHER Lcthbridiic clear ......... I'Jdinoiit'.in, clear .......... Red Deer, clear ............ Caliiarv, clear ............ 'Macleovi, clear ... ........ :\rcdiciiic Hat, clear ...... .Saskatoon, cloudy ........ Swiit t'tirrent, clciir ... ... Hegina, clear ............. .\loosc Jaw, clear ......... Winnipeg, clear ............ Xeison, clear ... .......... The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been, line and warm. FOMECAST : Ali \rest-Fine and quite warm todar and on Saturday. Cil^ ~4JSrD DISTRICT 53 76 �18 79 r>3 8-1 30 84 11 fl2 58 78 51 SO D4 46 85 60 78 56 88 49 Medicine Hat's M. H. O. Dr. Orr has been appointed Medical Health Officer, at Medicine Hat, with a salary of 51000 a year. New Meat Market Simpson � Bissett open their meat market tomorrow, 1110 Si-xth avenue, adjoining Thompson's grocery. On a Trip to B.C. JlT. F. Sick has gone to the Halcyon Hot Springs near Nelson. B.C., for two or three'wee-ks' vacation. To Make a Display P. B. Hums of the Universal Metal ,niime 'Comipany, of Victoria, who arrived in the city yesterday, is busy �rectUig ft miniature irrigation plant on tlie vacaat lot wast of the Majes-Uo thflfttre, for tie purpose of demon-tratlng the new metal flume which the cttopany have put on the market. The finme will be ot Interest to. all those who are interested In an un-tftiUns supply of water, or slucing op-ersitions of apoolal character. The universal flume is equipped with features well worti attention. FOR SALE The Secretary of the Board of Trade haa Sixty 1913 City Directories for sale. Price while they last, $1.50 each . You Don't Often Run Up Against Such a good buy as this. We have a beautiful 5-room fully [i'modern cottage, well located, for GOOD TERMS -THE- DowslefMuihern Land Co, Sherlock Bulldino, Phone 544 SEE OUR EXCHANGE LIST 'Some sensations! developments have taken place in police circles ainco. the arrest on yesterday of Phillip Lackle, wJio was charged with having stolen a watch from the Lethbridge Hotel. Sergt. Kroning discovered the watch where Lackle had cached it at the ArllDgtoa hotel. Upon investigating the shack belonging ,to.'Lackie, - the sergeant came upon various stolen articles and a typical hold-ups mask. A dog collar, the property of A. E Humphries, valued at |5 was unearthed, a fur robe which had been advertised as lost, some months ago, a fur coat and various other articles were discovered. In police court this morning, L�.ckle stated that Mr. O'SuUivan, owner of the watch, which is valued at $100 with a cliain and locket placed the jewelry in his pocket asking him to care for it O'SuUivan was carrying a pretty-good^ jag at the time and could not remember, but the chief gave evideiice that Lackle had denied all knowledge of the watch, and on being charged again by the magistrate the accused pleaded guilty, after hav Ing elected to stand a speedy trial. Friend of McMurdo The accused has been a chum ot JIcMurdo who was recently convicted of a serjoiis charge and sentenced to one year's imprisonment by Magistrate Elton, but who escaped an hour or two after sentence was.passed, and who Is still at large. Lackle denied having any Information as to the whereabouts of McMurdo. and his escape still puzzles the police. Lackie was also informally charged with having frisked a man in the Arlington hotel. Magistrate Elton reserved sentence until tomorrow morning. It is very likely to go hard with Lackie, as the clrcumHtances surrounding the case are particularly dark. He denied knowing anything about the other ar-tibles in his possession and said that he had/found tba burglar's.mask. Much cisedlt Is'due Detective Kroiiing for his earnest endeavor in successfully rumjing down this seemingly dangerous criminal. Lackle was, born in Prince Edward l8la.nd, and is twenty-six years ot age. Twine for Harvest Twine for Elackie, Carmangay and New Dayton crops was transferred from here today. Three carloads for iccal consumption came, to hand. ^1 ? jMi". Cherry Here , Harry T.-Cherry, at one time manager of the Go-Operative store on tee corner of Sixth street and Third avenue, is in the city from Winnipeg. Closed on Account of Funeral The Crown Cleaning Works will bc; closed until one o'clock tomorrow, oa account of the funeral of. the late Elder Hatcher. Funeral Tomorrovy The funeral ot the late William Crichton will be held tomorrow after, noon at 2.30, from the residence at 938 Seventh street South, Rev, A.' G. Cam erou officiating. Goes to Edmonton J. Benson Long, formerly of the Herald staff, and later with the Wect-ern Transfer Co., left yesterday for Edmonton, where he will take up his residence for a few months. , To Represent B. of T. W. C. lves_ president, and 0. T. La-throp, chairman of the agricultural committee, have been appointed offi-' cial delegates to represent the Board of Trade at the Irrigation Congress next week. A New Venture The business of the ,T. E. Simons Decorating Co. has increased to such a!) e.\tRnt that this enterprising' firm of up-to-date decorators have added to their business tlie manufacture and installation of electrical and illuminated signs and ivili do a general sign painting business. DIED �DROWNED WHILE BATHING Moose .Taw, July 29.-While bathing in Spring Lake, near Lucky Lake post office, Mitchell Moore was drowned. His body has not been recovered: Restaurant Changes Hands Pete Cotaras, who has been running the civtidy and fruit store on Third avenue, opposite tlio Hull block, yester. day sold out to Ooorge John, another member of the Ureek colony. CRICHTON-At Gait Hospital, July 31, William Crichton. Funeral from residence 938 Seventh St. A. South, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. ' BVWINE^^.SLOCALS~ REX TKiNSFER-Phono 070, Albor-ta Saddlery, opp. Coaidalo Hotel. lO.^-o Orpheus Club dance, S. O. E. Hall, Friday, August 1st. invitation only. Phone C. Westley, 715 192-5 SPECIAL FOR TOiilORHOW-Notwithstanding the tightnesB of money, there is still an abundance of money in cirotilation throughout the city. Nearly every merchant wiio has put on a sale this summer reports a satisfactory response to their sale offer Ings. Fod Saturday only-Rylands & Co.,. are doing something entirely out ot the ordinary-giving a quarter off all the goods in their splendid stock. This should keep the "Corner Store" busy until late Saturday night. Their advertisement appears elsewhere in today's issue. * advt. Terrible Fatality IN Kingdom 1,99^540 FLIES ARE KILL-, ED SUDDENLY BY ONE '^"^"^'"^^^pS^a^r-OF DEATH to FLIES This is a specialjy prepared Poison Fly "Paper,' It Is put. irpt conveniently for use and Vs.fvery economical. 10c Package of 9 Sheets The^edCtossPrug and Book C6.ritd. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Russell's Funeral The funeral of the late Cornelius Russell, who died on Wednesday, was held this afternoon at 2.30 from Pet-terly's undertaking parlors. Captaih Tutte, of the Salvation Army, officiated, and a large number of friends of the deceased attended. f hone 565 Third Av*. Elder Hatcher's Funeral The funeral of the late Elder Hatch-e.- will be held from Fetterly's undertaking parlors tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock. Rev. G. M. Cobble-dick, of Wesley Church, will officiate ac the .service and interment, >;rhlch will h^made at the Tuhlic cemetery, "steafnBhip Arrivafs The Allan lin^ s.s. Corsican was reported this morning at the C. P. R. station here, as. being one hundred miles east of Cape Race on the 29th ult., at 7.30 p.m. She '^-as due at Que-'bec on Thursday, and at Montreal today. Western passengers will arrive In Lethbridge on Wednesday, the Sth. Autoed to Regatta Dr. Leech and G. 'B. Ewing, of Ta ber, motored in to the city yesterday and attetided the regatta last night. Mrs. Campbell and .Mrs. Anderson, als-^ ters of Robert Long, of the C. P. R, freight office, returned'to Taber with the auto after spending a few days in the city. Picnic, P#ties AND Motdr Outings QUITE INCpMPLETE WITHOUT A Thernups Bottle Why fuss and bbtier "fetching and boillfii" when you can carry Tea, Coffee,' 'Milk, etc., either hot .or cold'and maintain temperature. Sug gestions in our window. / . & Co., Ltd The ^&)iaXJL Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 fiiilldihg Permits Building'perbiits 'tor "tte month of July amounted to $16,093, as against "$24,112. fpf'juhe,: Tl^e 'total of building permits foi- the'year to 6'ato' is $428,648. For the same period' of 1912 tiie total, vi'as $782,293, Permits were taken out yesterday by Thos. Kennedy for a $2500 residence on Twelfth street C North, and by J. Forsman for a $1000 residence on Twelfth street B North, Scenes from Around Home In view oi the large number of people visiting the city next week, who are interested in irrigation and farm, ing In Alberta, the management ot the Morris Theatre_ has arranged for the presentation on' Tuesday and Wednesday of an e.xcellent moving picture film, entitled "Home-Making in Al-herta," a picture story of a settler, depicting the life of a homesteader, the operating of a farm, both irrigated and dry, and a large number of scenes in the country around Lethbridge, CITY AND DISTRICT Touring the Country - O. J. Owen, of Minneapolis,'a member of the firm of O. W. Kt�rr & Co., arrived this morning. He apent the day touring the country In ap. automo-bile. �. . . To Get Horses at Rayn^ond Earl Standiter, a well-knOjvn W^t-askiwin horseman, passed through the city this morning to Raymond, in search ot horses. Mr. Standlfer haa bought a lot of stock in the Raymond district during the last few years. Alberta Oid-Timer Dead The death occurred in the city this morning of Heneretta Spence, wife of Albert George Spence, of 813 Sixth street South. Mrs. Spence has been in Alberta since sbe w^as five years old. She was born in Ontario thirty-three years ago, and had lived in Pincher Creek^ with her aunt, Mrs, J D. Buchan.'for about twenty-five years, having moved to Lethbridge in 1909, She Is survived beside her husband by three children: Alfred, aged nine; Garnet, aged seven, and Dorothy aged three; six sisters In eastern Canada, and three brothers: Thomas Feather8ton_ of Nanton; Alex., of Slo-can, B.C. and William, ot Depot Har-bor, Ont.* Funeral arrangements are awaiting word from relatlvos. Settled Out-of Court W. H. Young; formerly Dominion land surveyor here, but now ot Calgary, Is In the city today, Mr. Young has bepn in Pincher Creek for the past few days as wftiiees" In an arbitration Case between the Kootenay & Alberta Railway, which, has a line from Pincher to Beavdr Mines, and farmers living along; the right of way, Mr. Yoimg states tjiat the cise has been settled ou^ ol-^JOurt. JIrs, Young accompanied hlra"'*on his southern trip. � At Police Court Herman Kruger and Henrik Mill-ner were up before tlie magistrate in penitent mood this morning. Kruger pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk, while Millner^ who has been In this country only a'month from Germany, admitted being a vflg., as near as he could be made to understand the term. He had fleeced a local hotel-keeper out of one perfectly good dinner, and several drinks of Scotch, offering his coat in payment thereof, W'hlch the host refused. Both were fined "three and," Kruger paid both flr/CB, and gave Henrik, who was a stranger to him, a job to boot. Kruger gave evidence that he Is some stu-dent_ and acted as interpreter, I-Io -speaks German, French, Norwegian and"'Etngllsh fliiently. WHEN IN LETHBBIDQE The Dallas Hotel te the Best and Most Conven* lent Place to Stay Figure on This and Compare Wagstaffe'a Jam, lib jars . .25c. Hartley's Jam, lib jars, .. 26c. Blue Label Catsup, bottle 30c. Seeded Ralsiua, lib pkts. ..lOo. 4 31b-Snoks Salt for...... 2Bc. Tomatoes, per tin ........ 15c. Now Potatoes, 9 lbs for____25o In addition to our Attractive Pj Ing $1.00 on every $25.00 spent. Rosea' Lime Jwioe per bottle 25c and .................. 40c Hot House Tomatoes, lb ..20o. Lyie's Syrup, 2^ tins.....20c. Fresh Fruit, bottom prices- Cherries, Plume, Peaches, Bananas, ets, �Ices we give Coupons represent- The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, Prop. 324 11th St. South Phone 574 Next to new. Methodlit church Buy For Cash and Cut Down the High Cost of Living "We cordially invite our friends to call and inspect our line of new and up-to-date groceries. Coiu'teous treatment and prompt delivery will make you a steady customer. Our prices are as low as first class good^ can be sold for. New Laid Eggs, per dozen ,...............  30c 101b Sack Rolled Oats.................----- 30c Corn Flakes, 3 packets for ............25c Shredded Wheat, 2 packets for .. -.......-----,. 25c Puffed Rice, two packets for.............,,.....;. 25c Puffed Wheat, per packet...................... 10c Grape Nuts, per packet ...�..............,....... 15(. Post Toasties, per packet................>..,.., X0(. Force,' per packet.............................. 15c Dairy Butter, 2Ib for.......................... 55c Creamery Butter, per Tb..................>...-. 35c New Potatoes (home ff/own) 9 lbs for ............ 25c. Canadian Cheese, per lb....................... 20c Central Cash Grocery 612 Seventh Street PHONE 1657 Goods Delivered G. 0. D. TREAT YOURSELF TO SOME HOLIDAYS AT THE Boating, Fishing, Mountain Climbing-A good time for everyone. The Easiest way to reach the lakes'is By Way of Pincher Creek Where you will be well looked after en route at the Hotel Ap-Jington. Fol* information re Walerton Lakes, write Hotel Arlington, Pincher Creek or John Hazzard, Waterton Lakes. Hatei at John Hazzard.'s Hotel, Waterton Lakes only $2.00 a day. CAN YOU BEAT IT? BLOCK 162 ^ 17 lots on 12tli St.G. North, only half brock from car line, $250 each, on easy terms. BLOCK 120 125 feet on 6th Aveniie South, corner 16th Sroet, !$3500-1-3 cash, balance arrangedi , QUEEN VICTORIA PARK , Three pair corner lots at $806 the pair-^ on terms. ..." E. V.DOOLEY p. O. BOX 327 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA RHONE 1441 , Campey Wouldn't Accept Cheque  -Medicino Hat Times: The tempest in a tea cup over the charges made against tlie local police chief has not quite abated as yet, and ex-Sergt. Campey is stiil in the limelight. At yesterdcty's met/ting of tie council, City Clerk Baker stated that he had forwarded a cheiiue to George Cain-pey tor his wages until July 10.-That gentleman has returned the cheque, stating that he will not accept thai amount for his service lip-till the time he was bounced. The counclllora saltl not a word. They consider .that it li Mr, Campey'a move yet. In the mean time,.they have filed the letter. ANNOUNCEMENIT! SIMPSON & BISSETT Will Open on Saturdaj^, August 2nd a first '^^"^^ Meat Market At 1110 6th Avenue South Adjoining Thompson'^ Grocery, and are pre-pared to fill all orders for fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal. All orders promptly de-.> livered. U4 ;