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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS ' Hotel' Windsot Bmt $1.26 a Day Hotel In Alberta HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven* lent Place to Stay The Fruil You Preserve should be the besi quality, perfectly fresh, and at a reasonable price \\> claim to bo able to fulfil these requlroinsnt s In every rospecl. First, because we handle only First ChiKs sciorts. Socoiul, l>ecause we buy from the grower and the fruit is shipped the day It Is picked. Third, iioc;uise we buy in large quimtities and pay cash for the goods. AT REDUCED FRIGES Otir stook of Boroeas and screening perroits you to fit nny door or 'Window. We handle the best quality -which will last for years. TMfl mea^ that yon can put them up in a few minutes next season, ttmi aM'ISgt you tb� time and trouble of fitting new ones as well as thr wt ef B�pmg *esn. C. W.GRAY "Th� Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 For Milk that is Milk AND Cream that is Cream TRY Cox's Dairy V Phone 1065 Your Credit is Good The Alberta OiitJitte^ Domhiioli Bipilding Hear Dr. Speneer at Bijou Theatre Sunday night on *A Revelation" Feopie say that We Serve A Dainty Lunch at the BrowD Betty Tea ,Room > Dally ia-2. Home-Made Ice Cream dally. Room 4, Macdonald Block PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Go. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds ( Office : : 1163 PHONES i Office : : 462 [ Stables : 1064 APRICOTS We are now cleaiied out of the lai-gc quantity wo liail nt she beginning of the week, but we expect auotljer shipment on Saturday. a>-j Pri... per crate....................... Ti-.^U BLUEBERRIES Xono arrived this iiiorning and it nii�y be that vli^y are all done, and yet they may have missed tile train this morning and may come in the afternoon. The price, if tiiev come, per (��> basket i.s ............................. jT-.-'-W RED RASPBERRIES The Washingtons are now coming in overripe 30 we have cancelled them. We still have some H. C. stock coming in dally. PriceiK�> ~n per crate............................ t^J.OU SOUR CHERRIES .\lmost done for. Some should be in Saturday and some more next weelt. Nothing sure ;iboul it. The price will bo the lowest market price. Week-end Specials GREEN CORN on the cob, price per dozen ..40c CANTALOUPES, extra quality, price each . .20o CUCUMBERS, Hot House stock, fancy, price CELERY, very tender and cnsi)- ^^^^^............... 15o and 20c. Price, 3 lbs. for ....................... 2So ^lack Republicau CHERRIES-RIPE TOMATOES, Hot House stock. Price per lb. .----..................... 25c Price per lb........................... 20c Price per lO-lb. box................. $1.60 Price per basket ____.................. 75c Price per 20-lb. box.................. $3.00 -PHONES- Grocery Dept. B2B Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-fectionery. Wholesale and' Retsal PHONES- Grocery Dept. B2S Wtiolesal* Dept. 1271. Figure on This and Compare Wagstaffe'a .Tam, lib Jars ..25c. Hartley's Jam, lib-jars, .. 25c. Blue Label Catsup, bottle 30c. Sfjeded Raisins, lib puts. ..I0c. 4 31b-Sa.....'. 25c. Tomatoes, per tin ........ 1Bc. Now Pota:toes, nibs for____25c Roses' lilme .Tuice per bottle 26o and.................. 40c Hot House Tomatoes, lb ..20o. Lyle's Syrup, 2Ib tins.....20o, ^ Fresh Fruit, bottom prices- Cherries, Plums, Peaches, Bananas, ets. In addition to our Attractive Prices we give Coupons represent-Ins $1.00 on every ?2D.OO spent. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, Prop.  Phone 574 , Next to new Methodist church 324 11th St. South' WEATHER High Low Letlibridge, cloudy ... ... 7'1 �19 .48 Edmonton, fair ...... ... 68 16 .04 Red Deer, cloudy ...... ... 7:") 15 Calgary, cloudy ...... ... 72 11 .12 Brooks, cloudy ...... ... 7$ 45 .03 .Macieod, cloudy ...... ... 75 50 .13 Medicine Hat, cloudy ... 76 51 .14 Prince Albert, cloudy ... 58 56 .98 Saskatoon, fair ... ... ... 64 51 Swift Current, cloudy ... 66 50 .02 Moose Jaw, cloudy ... ... 70 55 Uegina, cloudy ...... ... 76 16 Brandon, cloudy ...... ... 75 50 .03 Winnipeg, clear ...... ... 73 52 .90 Nelson ...... ...... ... ... 7i 55 Rain has fallen at many places CITY AND DISTRICT To Build a House Mrs. R. Burgess has taken out a building permit for a ?2000 residence on lath St. N. Postoffice Contractor Here T. H. Naviu, of Navin Bros., post-office contractors, arrived in the city last night from Moose Jaw. Fifteen Binders at Work G. C. McDonald, manager of the Miami farm at New Dayton, spent yesterday in the city. Harvesting on this ,bis farm has commenced with fifteen binders. Fine Weather Wanted � Harvesting is general in the south country. J. T. Heninger of Welling \yiU commence on his barley tomorrow and winter wheat is ready for the binder in nearly all sections, except possibly at Cardston, where the harvest in general will be later than in other districts. throughout the prairie provinces and the weather lias been cooler. FORECAST : All West-Today and on Saturday showers locally, but mostly fair ^nd cool. CITY AND DISTRICT A New Store Mrs. Pitblado, lately of Hosraer, B. C' has opened up a whitewear and notion store on 6th Ave. South. Council Meeting Monday A special meeting of the city coun oil will he held on Monday to consider flriances and other business-. There is little but routine in city hall circles these days. Terrible IN lorn 1,933i540 FLIES ARE KILL-;EPf,BUi;i:�Ehl)^ BY ONE PACKAGE OF DEATH to FLIES This ls''ii',ip^(ally prepared^ Po's^on Fly' JP,aper, \p. is u^'l^vin'ie'ntiy foi)'^us6 artti is very economical. ^ 10c Pac}^s%,pt 9 Sheets : and Book Co., Ltd. C^TY AND DISTRICT Delegates Homeward. Bound Nearly all of the accredited delegates to the convention will have left town by tonight. . Tumbling M.ustard Tumbles The high winds of the past two or three days has made the earnest consideration of the weed problem of greater moment than ever. The tumbling niustard that was cut a few days ago would be sufficiently dried out to inature the seeds and every bounoe; would circulate the seeds. Reports: state that- In certain parts of the south the fences have been completely stripped of their wires by the mustard being blown against them. Phone 955 Thlr� AV*. Everythmg Fixed up Tlie contingent of excursionists from Salt Lake City, who were forced \ to come to 'Lethbridge yesterday owing to some mistake, in'the issuing of their tickets in the' southern metropolis, left last night for their several destinations along the Cardston branch of the C. P. R. Met an Old Friend J. F. Fletcher of Elgin, Illinois, passed through the city this morning *en route to Edmonton, and while here met, an old friend in the person of R. W- Bradshaw ot JIagrath. Mr. Fletcher says he has seen some good and some poor crops in the country. The" corn crop in the southern, middle part of lllinolB, he says, will be very little, Mtiancial conditions generally are below normal in the middle states, but they seem to be somewhat easier. than in Alberta. Mr. Fletcher tried the' wheat game in North Dakota several years ago, and he thinks it w-ill pay the farmers here to get into the live stock business as quick as possible. He is very much impressed with the country, but notices the great prevalence of weeds. Yftii Can Handle A House aOI ytfurownjfor,about: what you i^ow pay "for,'rent. We have a �seven rqom,'fully, modern-house 'Op. '31W feet,''Close -in; $330^,.Easy Terms -THE- ' .Dowsl^y-Mulbern Land Co. '\8hirlock Building, PhcVie 544 ,HQ,USES FOR BENT Stock Going East J. Dickson ot the Swift Canadian Company, returned this morning from the south, where he has made several small pjirchases of sheep and hogs. This shipment will be the first for many weeks to be shipped by the Sw^ift Company from this point to Winnipeg, previous shipments having gone to the coast. The tightening of the markets in Winnipeg has turned several local shipments that way. That Thohnpson Grain Case la connection with the compiaint published by the Herald coming from a homes'teader Albert Thompson, in �which he V6presentr-:d that what he thought was No. 2 wheat was graded N'o. 3, the Herald has iuvestigaled, and found that instead of being No. 3, the wheat was graded No. 3 one rejected, which placed it in the feed 'class. Mr. Thompson accepted this gl-ading, as was evidenced by the faat that he took the g);ain cheque to the hank of Montreal, endorsed it, and pocketed the money. That the Ellison Milling Co. paying 68 for No. 3, and not 00, is evident by an examination of the Herald's local market quotations, which are supplied by that company. Mr. Thompson was not at first satislled with the Ellison grading and went to another buyer who it appears refused to'buy tho grain and he theiii returned to Ellison's and unloaded. The wheat, the Herald is assiir-Bd, was smutty, and goes into the teed tilasB. This explanation Is made in JtiHtlce to the Ellison people, and iiieal'io shov; that farmers are used rigjlt'��^vhen they trade In LethbTidgc. Mi'|V;rThorapsofl got the market price -forhie grain. Gave Brigade Somej Exercise The fire department answered two calls yesterday. One came at 12.37 p.m. from Mrs. Grier's residence, 920 7th St. S., where a chick'en coop at the back of the lot was on lire. Little damage was done. The other cam-e at 6.50 p.m. from 530 7th St. 8. The house, which was empty, was formerly occupied by a. H. McKeown. It is not known how the fire started, although it is thought small boys were responsible. The chief is investigating. . Application for Ball Application for bail was rnade this morning i.n chambers by J. R. Palmer, oiii behalf of Jean Laliberti, committed some time ago on a horse stealing charjse, and Tony Lombard, committed in police count in June on a charge of attempted murder. In neither case were the bondsmen present, and the applications WM'e not granted. in the case ot Laliberti, howeveJ-, His Honor staled that ^e would consider ?4000 bail, $2000 from the accused, and two personal sureties of $1000 each. The Lombard case is a pcculia.r one. Ijombard is committed for attempting to murder Latella. Latella is also committed tor attempting to murder Lombard. Zjatella was committed and released on bail before Lombard made the alleged murderous assault on him, which put Lombard behind the bairs. Mr. Paimer thought that if Latella is allowed out on ball, his client should be also. The both cases are similar. Ills Honor doubted his power to grant hail in this cage, remarking on the side that t(ie present arrangement seemed a pretty'good one to keep the men t^part. > " WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF-REFILLS, CORKS, ETC., FOR THERMPS . � BOTTLES. ; - J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The JSfeSSiS ^^^''^ TELEPHONE NO. 322 Bijou Theatre The management ot the Bijou aa-e in a. position to offer their friends a week-end programme. 6^ ,^x;traordlnaryi merit, consisting of .tbTee.. splendid dramas, and a ; cfixnedy burlesque. "The Honor of tbq.,^oldJer" is aini exceedingly "fine; story, of a soldieir torn betwixt love and duty. The situations are dramatic in the extrenie.'thfi, acting all tliat can be desired. "The Winning Hand," by tbe S, & A. Co^ is a most unusual and .ehitUraiilng drama, guaranteed to, maintain interest from stajt to finish. A dlstinpt dramatic novelty Is also presented, "The American Princess." "This subject le entirely different ia every s&nae of the word. "All Hail to the King" provides the comedy end of the entertainment, and is guaranteed to cure the � most persistent Case of the blues. CAN YOU BEAt IT? BLOCK 162 17 lots on 12th St.C. North, only half block from car line, ^250 each, on easy terms, BLOCK 120 125 feet on 6th Avenue South, corner 16th Sreet, $3500-1-3 cash, balance arranged. QUEEN VICTORIA PARK Three pair corner lots at |800 the pair- on terms. E.V.DOOLEY LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA P. O. BOX 327 PHONE 1441 An fXGeptionally Eopti Buy 153 acfes choice irrigated land between Lieth-bridge and Cdaldale. $55 per acre, all fenced Terms $1530 cash Balance in nine years. For further particulars write- BOX 25, HERALD OFFICE , Goes IntoLiquidation Calgary Herald: The Alberta En-igineering Company, Limited; one of the best known engineering Arms of the west, with headquarters in Calgary, went into liquidation this ntorn-ing on application of Dr. Paul Faber, one of the creditors. The company owns the large steel plant in the Manchester sub-division, besides own-' ing extensive gravel pits on the Trotter estate., The liabJHtieB of the company are about |73,O0Q. W. H. Mc-Claws (Lflugheed, Bennett & Mc-Claws), obtained an order from the Hon. Mr. Justice Stuart this morning to, appoint E. A. Cunningham liquidator. The creditors will likely receive payment in full. CITY AND DISTRICT FARMER MET WIIH ACCIDENT WAGON HIS PASSED OVER HIM AND COLLAR BONE WAS BROKEN at Cowley, spent Sunday at their hiomea .here. :; Mr. and Mrs. Haynes, who have been holidaying at Oranbrool?, have returned home. Richard Garnet, of Spring -Ridge, was thje'.victim',ot a rather,serious,ac-,, cldent bn, r^iday ' lasl ' His team, which; was alttached to a hay wagon, raa away;'and in trying fb stop'therii,-Mr. (jarniet was- knocked: do,wn and the wagon pa'ssed'oVer'hitn: HiB collar ,bon^,Sva8 broken-and'h^ was otherwise brijlsed. tJr. Connor was called, and the patient, is getting along nicely under lifs"caire.' ' Stanley Cook, who had to go to' the Memorial Hospital last week, blood poiabnlng having set in on account of the injury h^ received'by stepping on a nail, has so far recovered as to be able to leave that Institution. Miles Boyce, of Chicago, has returned to his home here. Sir. and Mrs. Edwin Jackson, of Re-gina* Arrived InPinoher Creek oa Saturday, ilnd will remain here for two or three weeks. Johin.Cteorge Brown, the game guardian out at Waterton Lakes, came into pinc|ier Creek this week. A party coihposed of Messrs. John Paterson, N. S. Robson, ,VV. Lyinn, Har. ry Qlllett, C. W. Stearns, D. Burgess, �Wm. Pollock, M. M. Fleming and Edwin Smale; of Grassy Lake,.came into town the,, and are spending a holiday up on the North^Fork fishing. Watch for'^spme big fish stories. Rev. J. R. G-retten leaves bra, Monday for his miii-Bunimer-vacation. arrive at Raley on Saturday and wiW be driven soutb from there. ' Owendale had quite a hall scare on Monday. Not a great deal of damage) was done, although considerable hail-fell. Any grain that was very ripei \snflered; nipst>-sA^.*gflod faUbt ralnf acconipanied the storm, -which lasted' all evening. The country-,, ea^t oE'j oWtodaie'sceftie'a to got' ' ta Saddlery, opp. CoaldalG IloteV,' 103-0 Maternity Nurse open for-engagement. Best attention; Terms mod-emte. Apply '413 12th ,St. C N, 198:6 AUTO LIVERY AND ..BAGGAGE TRANSFER. PHONE 1386, �- 201i-0 Pincher Creek, Aug. 7.-Rav. Ham lltoo, of Calgary, occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church here last Sunday morning and evening. He will also preach here next Sunday. G. W. Gill, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. T. M. GUI, left this week for Halcyon Hot Spr(ng8, on the Arrow Lakes, from wheVe they will go to Vancouver and Vancouver Islaiid. After a visit with friends there they will go south to San Francisco till ab-outOctober, when they will proceed to the Hawaiian Islands, where they will remain for a year or, pdsslbly two. Mr. Gill, who has been suffering for mouthy with scla-Mca, has fcaen srder ed cKihanga oi' cltn;ata r^r %i� 4o�t�r. Mi, Tatem, mauageir ,q4 iba Oatvn Bantr,lb.nB takeiv tv }eaB�'<^ X^t. W. QlQl's reslile^^ice,. and -wll; niovti. In at ot^so, hla fu^ilture heaving arriye4. Mrs, O. D. Plunkett ami chliarea arrived this week from tfialr extended visit to tiie Old Country^ Their maji'y friends 'will be glad to / ee them back in Pincher Creek once rfiore. �. A. Colclough and J,^