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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is tno Best and Most Convert-lent P(lacc to Stay We can furnish your kitchen with modern utensils that will make cooking easy C. W. Gray "The store that saves you money" Seasonable Delicacies Are found upon our bill of fare all the year round, and they are cooked to a turn and served dainty. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor  WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 : Manager GetlorfelggsiVdti; when egg prices ore Sigh. "Winter egso cosfno more-than at other Masons: but. Xhar tell for more. Teei your layers n varied ration and-include pre^ Poofery Regulator Heavy egg production, is assured. " "Your money back if it fails.'* In_nackages to. sullvour needs-' . - 26e, 50c. ?1; 33-lb 'Pall, $2.50 lee-pase noultry  book FREE-art rPratts Pzoflt-aharlnr Boe^ct. from THE frank HEDLEy' drug company." ��'��: The* ^ ffenj J? ill CREDIT YOUR CREDIT THE ALBERTA* OUTFITTERS Rhone 1735 405-oth St S. .^(Dominion Block) Oatmeal Stout si Palatable and Nourishing -> a Great Tonic \K- ,Wi*ne"Dept.' 'h, ,Pbone. .613 ^ ' THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept . Phone  613 1 Get the Habit and Save Money by Buying Your Groceries Here Our slock never was better nor mo re complete than it is now. We-have reduced quite a number of articles in price and in every case is the price .'cheaper than what you can get similar .articles for elsewhere. ! FANCY WASHINGTON APPLES All sound, varieties of the very best, and sizes to suit you. We doubt very much whether any oiher merchant in the city can show apples in suoh fine condition as these. Price jj>j per case .............................. BROOKFIELD BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER- Special price for a short time only. r-\~ Two pounds for..................... NO. 1 CANDLED EGGS,'special price, 3 . u�J ()Q dozen for............................. ' WAGSTAFFE'S GINGER, GREEN FIG, OR PINEAPPLE MARMALADE-Regular price 35c *)K� each; special per 16,oz. glass........... " CEYLON TEA-A finer blend you never tasted even at 60c per pound or more. This tea would be extra good value at 50c. 40f Our price, per pound.................. " FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE-A coffee that is always satisfactory and 'which should be jn, selling at 50c; price per lb...............ivl" -PHONES-- Grocery Dept. 529 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -phones- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy . . 27 -13 .02 Edmonton, clear.. .. IS -32 .02 Calgary, clear .. .. 26 - 8 .12 Medicine Hat, clear.. 22 -22 Battleford, clear____ 2 -22 Prince Albert, clear.. - 6 -24 Swift. Current, clear . 20 -28 .02 Moose Jaw, clear ... 11. -24 Regina, fair...... 3 -30 Qu'Appelle, clear. .. 6 -26 Minnedosa, clear.. .. 2 -22 Winnipeg, clear .... 2 -22 .02 Port Arthur, clear .. 12 -12 Nelson.......... 32 21 .10 Kamloops, snowing. 32 26 .30 Penticton ..... 33_ 26 .07 Fine and cold weather has been general all over the prairie provinces during the night. Some light scattered snow falls have occurred. Forecasts Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fair, with very low temperatures today and on Tuesday. Alberta-Very low temperatures today and on Tuesday; light snow falls. CITY AND DISTRICT Back From Calgary M. P. Johnston, acting American consul at this point,"returned 'on Saturday night from Calgary ,where he spent several days, on business in connection with his new office. Boys' Sunday Club Meet The.Boys' Sunday Club meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon, was largely attended. Mr. W. A. Hamilton gave an excellent and helpful tal'kto the boys on the subject "When Dreams Come True," in which he ex-orted them to cultivate the habit of amhition in life. mm mm WAMPOLE'S hf*?/P>v;-:"ys:'h,.:.^ ;� Tasteless Preparation: of the Extract of .; COD LIVER OIL T|A�l6^ittie^geniiine,?and one, :ql the best .preparations ot Cod Liver Oil [fe'v4pr0�aj'ed;:- Pleasant to the taste. It is an ideal reconstructive tonic ^:.'h,I?.*. ', Blue Ribbon Tea ......$1.00 Blue Label Catsup, per1 not. 30c. Libby's Catsup, per hot. ....20c 6tt> tin Roya.1 Shield Baking .-Powder, .'.............. 70c Lyle's G. Syrtjp, 2Tb can ... 20c BJC. 'SUGAR, PER SACK ... Caledonian Brand Salmon 16c. Otter Brand Red Salmon ...20c. 1 Gal.. Jars of Worcester Sauce,, each ........50c� Tetley's Coffee, reg. price 60c now................... �� 35 c. Tetley's Tea, 3tb tin----.. 96c. Choicest Apples per box ,.$1.65 .......................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery �24-11th St'. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerrllU' phone 874 Meet Tuesday Night The Lethbridge Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society will hold a meeting on Tuesday evening, instead of this evening, as published. The fee of $3 for gentlemen and $2 for ladies is payable .at this meeting. Those desirous of joining the society should be on hand early. Steamship Arrivals ./.' . Canadian Pacific,s.s Montreal is reported by wireless off Capo Race; due at St. John on Tuesday; passengers due in Winnipeg on Friday. Canadian Pacific R.M,S; Empress of Ireland docked at St. John on Friday evening last;' saloon passengers arrive in Winnipeg on Monday, second class passengers on Monday and third-class on Tuesday.. Wesley Church In Wesley church yesterday morning Rev. T. P. Perry preached'an impressive sermon on "The claims and opportunities of the Christian ministry. '.' Mr. Perry made a strong appeal for young men to go into the min-try, and referred to the old habit which existed in Scotland at one time, wherein parents made it a point of having one son study for the ministry, and referred to the old habit family life these days with the view of preparing our children for .the ministry. The attitude of the home has aiTected the young women, and it is only sane and reasonable to recognize that a young man'is very much at times- affected by the views of the young, women in choosing his profession. The. speaker knew ol the rase of a young, man who had gone out oE the ministry because oi the incessant dissatisfaction of his wife, /fhc man is &\if\d who does not see the present problems of our country, the economic' and industrial problems resulting from the influx which has on-ly('just begun. The alien population -:pric] !of the most threatening problems, right in our very midst. The ministry must lead the way in dealing with.this difficult work. There is no profession superior to the Christian ministry, and we should seriously think .of this jn view of our influence on, not only our ynuii'j; men, but upon our families generally. H.R.H. ABLE TO SIT UP Ottawa, Feb, 2.-The following bulletin was issued from Government House, yesterday: "H. R. H. the Duchess of Connaught was allowed up in a chair .yesterday, for one hour for the first time.. Convalescence after fo severe an illness will necessarily be slow, and their Royal iHiglme3ses will 'remain in'Montreal at '360 Peel street, kindly lent by Mr. James Ross, to which the Duchess was removed from the Royal Victoria hospital two weeks ago. The change was considered advisable uatii boa is strong enough to return to Ottawa." HALF PRICE! HALF PRICE! During stock-taking \ve found these goods slightly damaged and to keep our stock up-to date,�we are offering them at half original price. , Cook Pots, \Dish Pans, Ifrieading Pans, Kettles, etc., Graniteware of all kinds. 50 PER CENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326--6th Street South PHONE .575 �> Lethbridge P. O. BOX 27 HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS SENT FAMOUS EDITOR TO JAIL Kansas City, Feb. 2,--W. R. Nelson, editor and owner of the Kansas City Star, was sentenced to .Jail for ono day for criticising Judge Guthrie's decision in a divorce case, His lawyer, by persiriient effort, secured a writ of habc^a corpus, Grammar,, Grade IX. A. Dunham, 07; K..MacPhee, 92; F. Dunsworth, 81; D.Marrs, 81); V. Green, 89; R. Kaak�i 78; M. Macleod, 78; A. Kerr, 72; A.' Livingston 70; I. Hulbert, 70; K. Grant, 69; G. Ott, 67; E. Frame, 65; A. Reid, 64; F. (Campbell, 63; D: Murray, 63; M. Frame, 61; C. Parry, 60; L.. Mason, 57; L. Dunsworth, 55; A. Bains,;,-55; T. Watson, 54; E. Prbs'ser, 64; F. Bon-nell, 54; R. Conibear, 52; M.- Mironi 51; G. HorBpooi; 50; P. West, ^48; W. Murray, 37; V. Taylor, 36; C. AIrd,' 34; H. Hamilton, 28;;B. Jones, 5. Alegbr.a, Grade IX. A. Dunham, 100; p. Marrs, 87; F.. Dunsworth, 81; A. Livingstone, 80; K, MacPheo, 7S; A. Kerr, fli); L. Mason, 65; R. Kaake, 47; G.. Horspool, 37; D. Murray, 34; F. Campbell, 34; L. Dunsworth, 33; M.-N'mmons, 33; H. Hamlltoii, 26; E, Frame, 24; F. Boa-. nell, 21; L. Cascaden,' 20; K. Grant, 19; . H. Cameron, 18; � W.- Murray, 10; A. Reid, 10; C. Parry, 6; P. West, 6; R. Conibear, 0 . , Bookkeeping, Grade IX. F. McAdnm, S2; M. Mapleod, 81; V. Green, 73; T. Watson, 59; A. Bains, 57; E. Prosser, 56; C, AIrd, 49; G. Ott, 48; E. Hageli,'40; V. Taylor, 40; M.-Miron,' 39; M; Frame, 39; I. Hulbert, 33. ; . ������ Grade X.,/Geometry H. Johnson,. 9!); M. Hunt, 97; A. Scroggle, 97; C. Price, 90; K. Virtue, 81; J, Pipes, 58;''G.''Watson, 56; J; Wocdj 51. . ; ��� �>%�:<;�?: ;�;�'. :� �'� Grade Xll^Physlcs . C. Brodi4, 73; ^./Hamilton, 08; H. Gray,61; R; Sloan/'SB; A. Morgan, 57: f� Harper,-49',?; G. Sherlock, 41; J. Maxwe!l,:;l0; Ci (iobk, 26. Latin Authors, Grade XII. M. Dunsworth! 79; R. Sang, 45. WOMEN 10 STUDY MINISTER OF LABOR TO APPOINT FEMALE CORRESPONOENTS FOR LABOR GAZETTE to Relieve V1 -DISABi-ED CRUISER M^anlla, Feb; \!^-rThe American cruiser Cincinnati/,w.ks ordered out today to searchBritish .steamer Ylng Chow, revporte'd lying helpless off t|\e Island Of lius^i'n, 'with two.hun-dred passengerB', aboard. The Ying Chow, Which Wlon^; to the China Navigation, Corapapy; was disabled 'during-'a recent itorin, Ottawa, Feb. 2.-rThe'minister oE labor is,inaugurating a new move for the protection of women and the sale-guarding of child labor in Canada, by , appointing in the four largest, cities of the Dominion ait the start, women and children, not only in shops and factories, but in domestic ssrvico as well. , . < The. first four .inspectors, will. .bc4 appointed in Montreal, Toronto, Winr\ 'nipeg and Vancouver, a,nd if .the plan^ proves as successful as:it is, believed � the female representatives-, of the department will ho appointed'-in'.alVoth-,p,r .cities. The appointment of a fiftli J inspector for London is being considered at the present time. N ISi AT LEIPSIC - NATIONAL 5 CLEAVAGE STRONG AT THIS BOUNDARY CITY Berlin, Feb. 3.-The new railway depot atLeipsic, stated to be tho larg-' est in Europe, was opened oa Saturday night in Leipsic, which is in the Kingdom of Saxouy. Leipsic is .near the border of Prussia, and state .pre-: judices are still evident In, the- new station. Only Prussian ports re- are permitted to carry luggage .'from Prussian trains, and only; Saxon ,porters froiij Saxon trains'.' - , IT WILL BE CHILLY' . London, Jan. .3.1.-The severe winter; weaithor .makes conditions . for' .a-vriP'  sumption of the 'war very 'difficult,; says a Constantinople correspoudent. � ;