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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Wimlsot- Best $1.26 a.Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LBTHBRIpGE The Dallas Hotel l� the Best and.Most Convenient Place to Stay , miMii'^'viuiuimi See our Window for Big^ Bargains IN Household Utensils and Kitchen Needs Prices in many cases down below cost It will pay you to -^'ateh our 1 Hi C. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" SlOSth Street Phone 761 NECTARINES arc tieithoi- plums nor peaches, but tliey h pits, but they look like plums. At any ilcd {[uantily groAvn in the Western States, h superior for preserving than either peach-luive hntl Ave agree with them, in Lothbrid.ce sliould be at least $2.25. people around here we would not buy and we did. Only 60 crates and wc do not ale in Lethbridge this year, for they are not Some people call them plum peaches, th taste soinclhins^ like peaches and have pcac rate it is line fruit, and there is only a lini People who know this fruit claim it is muc es or i)luins and from what exi^ericnee we Thercgula.!- prjee for a crate of these However, as this is something new to most them unless we got them down-right cheap, believe there will be any more ofifered for s to be had. While they last. Our price, per crate of 4 baskets - - $1.10 Get a crate and try them. You can gel uotliing cheaper for preserving. Monday being Labor Day, we have laid in an Extra Supply of Fruits and Vegetables so as to be able to supply you for an Extra Day. Look Over tbe List FREESTONE PEACHES-Finest quality ,all at ............ S1.25 quality at 1.15 per case ............ SEMI-FREESTONES-Good A Dancft will .be held in K. P. I Hall rTO-NrGHT at 9 p.m. Admiseicm: Gentlemen, 50 cents; Ladies tree. CITY AND DISTRICT Acting Mayor During the^ absence of llayor Hardie in the east, tie Mayor's chair will be filled by Aid. Loverlng. per case ............................ ITALIAN PRUNES-aoib cases, at per case ............,................... � 1.50 In b&skets,' iWr basket................. 60^ CANTALOUPES-Each......12 1-2^ and 15^ GREEN PEPPERS-In basket, per basket gQ^ PICKLING CUCUMBERS, 21bs for........ 25* CELERY-Very finest grown in B. C. We ha\-�' to pay an extra prlec for this, but we get value tor our money, per lb..... 16(t RIPE TOMATOES-All sound, ripe-these will suit you, per basket............... 50^ Per case ............................ $1.75 GREEN CORN ON COB, local per doz..... 16 fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES' Orooary Dept. B2B WholesaU Dipt 1271. WEAIHER DANCE To beheld in K.P.' Hall on LABOR DAY Needs' Orchestra in attendance. Gents, 75c Band Concerts The Citizens' Band will play at Henderson Park tonight, and on the Gait Gardens on Sunday evening. Edmonton, clear ... Calgary, �air :.. ... . Macleo'd, cloudy ... Medicine Hat .... Prince Albert, clear Saskatoon, lait... Moose Jaw, clear .. lirandon, �air 88 U L ... 82 48 .. .... 82 54 .....: 88 64 80 62 ..-....^72 50 .. .... 78 47 . ..... 79 46 .nB in the city have trouble with the city, teaming license. This spring a nuanboi' i'eftised to pay the full license, claiming that other parties were teaming in tiie oity without paying any licensttat ail. Five of the 'l_lpca\ team owners were ari^aig^ed before Magistrate Elton this morning, charged with breaking the bylaw. The cases were stood over tor a week on representations on behalf of thb oity. up the viaible supply. Labor Day Programme Much interest is being shown in.the sports' programmte for Labor Day, and the turn-out at Henderson Park fair grounds in the aftenpoii should be-a large, one. No entries are being taken in advance, but will bij received on the. grounds-. The Citizens' Band will be in attendance during the afternoon. nfw'^ir V f  � � of the Claresholm Demonstration ,an(} JV,altqr,\!in Ilo-Tia. Looking After His Crop Mr. E. E. Thompson, of High River, Tr.;io owns some 11,000 acres ot land under crop In Alborta, is In. the city. Mr. Thompson, with his fam'ily, is now living in California. His vlalt is in connection with the harvesting of his crop. He goes south to the big Thompson farm at Spring Coulee today. Standing Fields at Macleod In the StandiTig Field Competition Man's Curiosity Aroused Woman 1b set down by mere man as farm 'was judge, H. G. Long, carried oft the premier honors for both oats and barley. W. J. Reed was second wheat the most inquisitive creature extant j^'^^ bivley. In If the women of IvetlxbrJdge could ^- ^- '^or'loi won first prize, with have seen a number of the male I ^- ^""^^s second and H. S. -Mcln-species yesterday afternoon' when one j of' fhd geutler sex stepped off u red ' line, car at the Merchants Bank corn- : do you want a 'house? . ....... .... , If so, yve can give you a fine .'�Ix room ' modern - cottage,' clotfe In, on 37 1-2 feet, for ^ $3,600 On term* of $400 cash, balance '135.00 par niiinth. � -THE- Ocwsley-Muitiern Land Co. jeb^flopk,Building, Phon� 644 t;,:'^ HOUSES FOR RENT er, they would ha'.'e disclaimed Ih^ I honor of holding the eurlosity record. ' For the young lady in Question wast not only handsome, she was clothed \ In the height of fa�hion, which means 'a'paucity of clothing. She wore a real shadow dress, direct from little old New York. It w.i8 some X-ray rig, all right, transparent to the- last word. 'Tis said the wearer halls from Spok-ftne, but the Herald man hadn't the temerity to'ehduire at the only a.uta-cntlc source of. Information. Theve were too many curious men standing by. Oh it was gome dress all right, and ottllady knew it. A couple of the aiar.x Bros, .trputpe sallied forth on Fifth street a couple ot days ago, wearing the regulation slit skirt, but they'wore passed completely into outer darkness by the sliady creation *tliat aroused male curiosity ye.sterday. .;. ,;. ,;. .;. .j, ^. > ,j > STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED > ? ? London, Aug.  U8.-Therp is ferenoes held. .Moreover, there �: Is reason to believe the Board ? of Trade, which already had ? the matter under consideration will, In the public interest, in- ? teI^'ene with the object of > bringing the contending parties > .> 4> o > � o ? LEGS&LATURE CALLED ? : -- ? ? Lieutenant-Governor in Council > ? issued a proclamation this <. <. : BUSINESS LOCALS AUTO LIVERY-Good cars and the best qf service. Billy-Jlars-hall, phone "IV. - 220-3 Where are you going? To Robertson's Book Store for 1 Sup- choo plies Private Sale OF Household Furniture and Kitchen Utensils To-morrow Kange, Linen, 1847 Bog'crs Silverware, Chairs, Tables, and general furniture. Can he seen and purchased any time tomorrow. MRS. HINGS ' 1208 Third Avenue South SASKATOON AFTER BANKERS Saskatoon, Aug. 29.-An invitation has been extended by the Board of Trade to the Canadian Banlters' asso. elation, to visit Saslcatoon at the conclusion; of their, annual convention, �which Is to be .held in Winnipeg on Thursday, September 25. HAD NARROW ESCAPE Saskatoon, Aug. 29.-^Narrowly es^ caping death In a tire, that consumed her hoihe last Saturday, Mrs.' Robert Hamilton, wife of a' fa;rm gardener, residing at Moon' Lake, nine miles from Saskatoon, is a patient at St. Paul's hospital and will recover. ==============-___==^ SgM Time is HereUgaln and with it comes the need of SCHOOL SUPPLIES and TEXT BOOKS '"We have just received a big shipment; Of each and can supply the wants of the big as well as the little. With every purchase large or small we will give one or more Sanitary* Drinking Cups *Tree" Make pur stbi^ headquarters for your school supplies. KENNY & ALLIN THE DRUG-BOOK STORE * , PHOJNJE 1487 Next Dallap Hotel -i-atii- ;