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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS-TO AtL TRAINS. Hotel J1.25 Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is th: Beit and Most Conven- ient to Stay Strong, Durable, Well-made STORM Pannelled, Varnished, open- ing for glass Three sizes: 2' 8" 2' 10" and 3 feet Any Size C W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" S'O 5th Street phont Harvest Brand Canned Goods and Jams are the Very Highest Grade we Could Possibly Buy U vhc bo'uib.t a load ot The lakers M to guarantee to bo eiicrfiu q-J.ility [o ftiirllilus jiul la this V-ountry. We are doing tills 'or .ire Tata taat iuin consideration theu look at ilio very reaEoiiiiKo prices gooJ? for: arc brtHug JAMS' AND JELLIES pails rtlra liesvy tails. heavy, i-ach .85c BLACK CURRANT-iit) Irfavy weight jrU-e each 8ic olb tills, price tMh SOc I prk-e well ?5c 3ft price each i 75c CRAB APPLE JELLY 511) each 75c" RASPBERRY AND RED olb pails. 1'rlce ttu-li 75c All the ilioic varielli'.i jir.t up In 1C gliisi. at per glass ____ 25c RED CURRANT JELLY Mu lialls. each ..-90c In oz, filass. J'rice each c. 30c lu 1'i 01. price 25c GRAPE 16 oz. each 25c CANNED GOODS v rlsu. roU. wliolo rlpo tomatoes, ul! jacked by haml. extra I'.eavy You agree with ls Oner to In; had. Price per I5c "rice per Jozeil tins ..................51-65 Fiice rer case 5325 GOLDEN WAX jiacked by hand, San- itary tins, price 3 for 25e 1'rlee per case good as though motLer eannej them. 2 llus for 45c RED RASPBERRIES, very Hue quality. 2 tins for............... 45c CRAWFORD I'rice per.tin 20c BWTLETT per tin 20c HARVEST BRAND TOMATO up in 1-2 pint bottles, extra Price per dottle ..........................i...... 25c The Woman Thou Gavest Me By Hall Caine When you want a BOOK go Robertson's Book Store NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. -----PHONES- Grocerir Depl. Dcpt 52> mv THE GOOD COMPANY High Grociri, Fruit and Can-1 fectionety. Who'lenle and Retail m Difi. 1W1. WEATHER tCdrcontoa, clear Uinncdosa, clear iPort Aithiir, clear N'elscu Gran.l r'olta clear Medicine Hat, clear Mcnse clear Winnipeg, clear Kiinloots, clcir I'eMfcton 33 50 13 3S If, -30 37- IS -is 49 33: '-35 CASH IF YOU HAVE..IT- CREDIT IF. YOU NEED it. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building Sixth SL S. Lethbridge PRAYING OJ All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited The Red Corner A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS Cane Graters Gas Toasters :15c Mail Boxes Rinsing. Pans Come'in and look around. J CITY AND DISTRICT Fifth Avcn-jc On nish: UJG Fitth av- enue BaptUt' "'church held their ports were very encouraging, and the, -church ioofcs forward to a prosperous winter. Among the items of interest was .the resignation ol the caretaker. TOKECAST AH io and 'en Salurday. with no decided Office PHONES J- Office 11E3 4E2 i CITY AND DISTRICT Meeting at Galbraith.School Tonight at nalliralth school, .Messrs Hatch, Krayne. liins. Atkta, William. son acdiGrace, will adflress the elec- tors. The meetinVivill be trie secon List stand, and pioratees to be a lively cnc. Ksntish Tonight .The members o: asso- ciation are nrgcd'to lieaf in mind tie smoker in St. Marys ball tonight at S.W o'clocli.- There. be a good tiino fur every cue. Members are privileged to takr." a friend. We hare this season, prob- ably the test and largest as- sortment of Xmas Cards that t. v ever have had.the pleas- ure of. shoeing youl We haveiVeleqted the best (quality, and price consider- edl .that' UlD world's besl_ makers had to shov. 'ji'f.v.wr- SEE-THEM NOW AND YPUH.SELECTIPN. TheRed.Cjossprug an3 Book !ITY AND DISTRICT A Bold Chjllergs The OJibwnys challenge tile Svrat- cas to a game of basketball at 2.30 on.orriKV. afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Advertising Man Hera R. A: Hutchison, tho ot ho Hutcharm Advertising Agency of rancouver'and Victoria, is in the city i lits bride on their honeymoon rip. The' Hutcharm Co. in the sales and adverfisins Wrld is recognizci is on of the most capable in the Po mlniou.. Their tip-to-daln methods of business biiildlng and wido knowledge of tho wes'lern lield iri particular, has enabled thern to render their clients exceptionally efficient, service. Mrs Hutchison' has friends in ten city. Return of s Popular Favorite Miss Jessie will be're- memliercil -as appearing at a I theatre come Ume in spotlight i Mr. R. Kilpatrick. which ivas accept- i s resltnation wai eongE, and who at that time became ed Tflth' caused bythe'faci'ol his removal on, account of her be- the near future 'from town. Another inching costames. je playing an en-., tern the. Sherman for .the j appreciation oi tho.splendid an entirely new! Vbicii Han PaltesoafrulSUcu their nd 5hicl> conUact the furnace. unanitDHy prevailed in 'the For Rent rooEed, all modern bouse, with gas cook stove ifi Kitchen and hot water heater in bith rooin. .Apply feS4 Tth EL South. Kept reasonable. V.'Hi Tease If de.sired. Injured The accideht at tho lake, inci- dent to the, s vvhieli has been c, in Windsor, climbed .on a board- er's dECs'spr-arid found a powerful drug, lie mistook lor candy, and dying in half an hour. going on at the lor the past two weefcs, occurred on Weilnei when Powell MaUoo, aged thirteen, son ,of contractor Hans Matron, was knocked "down and rendered uncon- (or a period of fifteen or twen- ty minutes. He'was scaling with an- other boy, .wben .two other boys ac- cldenlsaly collided with tliera in the darlL He -was carried to the banX and worked over for several minutes before be regained consciousness Skating on the Jafce at night has ov ery chance of boin? dangerous, a; tbere are no lights provided. The ice ends at the west'sMe in a body ot open water, and unless skaters arc aciilar beaiity and novei electrical el- ects surpasses anytbipg ever seen in ha city. Knows the District Peter Itamrnerrof Taber, vriio is in the city today, Is very much Interest- ed in the outcome of tlie attempt to drive Ralph Lopez, the desperado who has created such exfitement fn Utah, from the Ctali Apex Mine at BJngham, Utah. Mr.- the uls- trict weH and also tlie mine tht is in hiding; He also knows Depnty ShcnTT the only one of a quartette of deputies not hilled by Lopez when the first at- tempt ivas made to capture him. Mention II. K. of ih3 "4V markets, ot tha Crow's Nest PaES.'ls In tho city In the interests of nls firm. Dr. W. li. of Warner, Is a business visitor Iri tho city today. Resident for Twelve Years W.-H. ilooro died in his ti'iy-nlnib year at Ihp residence ol bis daughter Mrs. W. Eyres, Bow City, 01 December -3, after a long, illnosa o .'Deceasd was and favorably known, being z ranch er on for .tho pas twelve years. He. was a life-ion ro era her.'-of Methodist church arid -was 'superintendent oS Eyremor Sunday school ever since it vras Elnr ed come seven years aio by intn. Ho leaves.two 59113. and daugh Mrs. W. T. P. E'rres, of Bo' City, W. 61. City; O. CJ Moore', o! Edgerlon. Alia and Miss V. R. of Toront Onl., and a.stepson B. C. .Moore, Gold We are tlisplflying some of ait relive o! these interesting peta. Bring the _-.tri will cn- av seeing tfcepi; STIvtr Fish arafHaf with [he frozen area they I T. H Navta, of the NavEn Con. great caution. Ru- lalruction Co, Is tn the cily irrn Moose ,6rs are broadcast that the city fn-jjaw is'greatly pleased with Ihb ends piscine a'.siring of electric jrtogress helng-mado on the post of- ghta around the Ek.iting area, hut asjfice, due In largo measure to the fino ear as cati be'learned, the electrical which has prevailed for-tbu iejiartraeEt hare no such Intention. past few weefca. n. Beats The Ticker Vor a Bliort time are in- structed to sell all or part of FIVE Include a corn ft r, Price, each One-quarler casli, balance to 'Above lota arc west of 13th Street and below yth Avenue Norti. Bmley TO BENT -KiHem M Co, uilding, Phone FantaHs Aquaria, V, Aquarium Pebb.'ei and Shells, Fish Food As many of Uie fish are spoken Tor, ive would suggest that intending' pur- chasers make their selection without delay.: J. D. Higihbotham Co., Ltd. The Store GROWN WHEAT MILLED WHEAT LABOUR Do above suggestions appeal to you buying flour! Do Quality and Price appeal to you in mating a selection of flour when you are buying? If so. insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Hot Grape Juice A MOST DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING DRINK TEA COCOA, CHOCOLATE; TOMATO AND CLAM BQULLION KILLIEN'S EMPRESS BLOCK HAVE YOU TRIED THE MARKET THAT IS BUILDING'BUS- INESS VVE'RE CLAD''JO SEE YOU BUT YOU WILL BE AS WELL .PLEASED IF-VOO Phone 725 pty Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL'ELOCK, 'Sundial Benjamin Uansen, r. armer "of 'away Lo Diamond City hospital yeslerda Deceased was lakcn ill pne rcpDia, and brought .to th_o .Dia-' mond Citytliospit'al, death ensuing .in-. Me at t'hrpV hours. The young man was twenty-three years of and bad no relatives in this country, a 'ather and'brother having pre-deceas- ed him some four years ago. His mother.-lives in South .Africa, and a brother and sister reside In Chicago. Mr, Hansen was .a member of the Anglican' Church, and a warm trieml ot .Inspector and Mrs. .Morgan, who are looking after the.funeral arrange- lenta. julerment'will take place-on Sunday at one-thirty from Vetterlj's undertaking parlors. C.S UK. li.'l M, Ry-. ac- compaBitJ hy Mrs. lilact anil family, returned from Vancouver on Tuesday. John Tanner, ol is spending a few days in Kcrnic. Tbe Velerans' association hohi their annual' nircting on the 7lh, for the purpose oi electing 'their officers lor tfcp .ensuing year autl also making nal arrangements for the crerlion ol suitable memorial iu comtnernora- thirty' days' hard labor, for high way ibliberv. F. J. Hums, Pete Vogin and costs, llc.ivas hrongh irom Hosincr by Constable McRac anrl charged.with assault. J. V. vas thirty nays hard lator lor vajraucy hi' Judg Wliirastcr. The Great N'orlhcrn schedule about to be changed so that passer gers connect "v the C.l'.P Tiie morning train leaving later an the evening train arriving; earlier. John Wilson, of Spokane, is sperii ing a few in Fctfiic. J.S. Irvine left on thr I-'lyer II. morning for Spokane. tieotge K. Mosser, representing ti North line, is in the on business in conneclion-witVlha company. I Tlic Kcrnic. Dancing Asscinbly ion ol those who. lost their lives in holding n social dance ihh evening. he esplosion at Coal Creek. A lew inches .riiore snow wou His Honor .Judge Thompson, excellent .sleighing as the roa cnccd Davitl Hliarp to 550 and costs are quite sinoolh. TELEPHONE NO. 121 CITY AND'DISTRICT Coaldale's Good Choir A special rmizknl service vas given jj tho chcir o! CoaTrialc church in Ifco sc'noolhonsc on Sun Say _ evening last. Tho iircgramnic- Incluiled a num Jier sacrpfl choruses, quartettes, Solos aunt; by Norton MM. 5J.1 R. Pawfionl -Mifij Hlshop-am! Mr. A. Mitchell. Tlio madt an Appeal [to hc3p lo ralFo tlic rftht on tho parson age. Thcrd was a very generous TO Bfonse, btTng [further promlees have since teen glv- jcn. are glrTng a concert tonlghl, at which a Wg'crowil is expected. .STORMY showing recent dovclojimenu with the-Con- In fitasttsian of jaurez. Dcanatchts said thi talllo bslwten Oqrcrnment IroopS and Constltutfonalhts at tWa lolnl wnj the Otrccst sitic'j fho Invaded Mexico (n 'UUSINKSS LOCALS We aluays carry on Wind a flock o( dry ncrod. cut in stove Icngllis S3.M i.or Inad dellvereil. Phone -352. Citizens DuMlic-r ,t'o., Lit.. 13C 16tti Sit. X.' Dry Sibvc Wood, tent to JZ Inch. (n f POOR .TOILERS .WERE COM PELLED TO PUt' UP SE- CUR1TV ,'FOK COSTS liei.'n.-A'. case o! grea intcieat to the' was ar gued hcfore the' bUp'rcme court -m tone, when Mr. Bennett, K.C who was associateilwith J. H. nier, of I.cthbridgc, an ap- peal Irom a decision of Judge Me- Xcill, of Maclcart, dismissing the case of Dominic Ccsarrinni vs. E. tl. Ha- an action under the Workmen s Compensation act. Mr. Hazel's coun- sel made at Madeoil for ;'sfcurily. ior costs" and the plaintiff hrini; unahlc to give the security, the Mtiou was dismissed. Mr. A. .11. Clarke, M.P., argued tor the rosponsf.. befoie Ihc court en bane, and hot (i counsel read c. aWo pitas. Moving.lot coafs is a common method oi proceiiurc often adopted''b civil lor pro- tection of persons" ol means who made the subject of a suit without, fbund'ilioni and by persons without means, if the- action ft'ould have no means of 'satisfying a 'judgment for costs. Uut tMs Is tho first wliere 11 lias hrcn made use of in a wotfcman'3 compensation Case, anJ .Mr. Hennett nrtued. thai It would he the means rllr for J3.CO a load. Heckcr