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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta JfV'FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor "Best $1.25 a Day Hotel In  Alberta Wear the smile which means cleaner: clothes without irksome toil. Don't loose your peace of mind, or*'Wear" out your clothes any longer. The hard work is as bad for them as it is for you. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 Seasonable Delicacies Arc 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 , WALTER MORGAN, V ' Proprietor Phone 1078 " .  -.Manager Get More Eggs Nfow yrbeH egs pri�e� arot high. Winter W cost, no more ,than at other .peason�,vjput "they Mil tor �more: your layer* � .varied ration and include . �.�: -'JfrnUa tZ.BQ 140-pafeo n'oultrv bpok S"RBB.- .�..�',-.: �Get rratts ProBt-iJiarina;..Booklet.: FROM THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG COMPANY C R ED IT ? YOUR CREDIT the alberta: outfitters Phone 1735 4056th St S. (Dominion Block) Wine Department GUINNESS' STOUT {"Bottled in r Dublin where it is brewed) per dozen..........�..,......:.-----..:..... PARCLAY PERKINS, London England, - "Oatmeal " .- Stout" per dozen............. .;................ DREWRY'S WINNIPEG STOUT Per Dozen................................. ... $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 �Wine Dept. Phone -* 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept Phone .' 613 ijifciil vWAMPOLE'S :� Tasteless- Preparation of .the Extract of' ; COD LIVER OIL ver Oil tonic |&'(|CENNY.&,ALLIN ml1^ THE PEUGr-BOOK ^^^e^Daljjis^Btel - v Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 Get the Habit and Save Money by Buying Your Groceries Here Our stock never'.was'"better nor have reduced*quite a number of ar the price cheaper than -what you c where.  FANCY WASHINGTON APPLES All sound, varieties of the very best, and sizes to suit you. We doubt very much whether any other merchant in the city can show apples in such fine condition as these. Price per case.............................. BROOKFIELD BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER- Special price for a ahort time only. 75(.' Two pounds for .........�............ more complete than it is now. We tides in price and in every case is an get similar articles for else- NO. 1 CANDLED EGGS, special price, 3 . * .Ls: Back FromCairdston Mr. Bert P. McEwen; returned from Cardston this morning after a short business trip. �**;' ;Stamp Collector's C'ub , An organization meeting In connection with the formation of'a stamp 'collectors' club'will be held in the Y. M..C. A., on. Alonday evening, at 8 o'clock. Bright Scholars'Took Honors The following pupils of Grade VIII., Fleetwood School, tookfhonofs in five examinations in January; D*.7. Sang, 74 per cent.; F. Hagell, 67 per cent.; C. Fullerton, 64 per cent., and W. Dod-man, G2 per cent." �� *�.��  �  This Will Go-Maybe An .effort will be made by the Associate Boards of Trade'to have legls-lation introduced to amend the Le-mieux Act, so that miners, would be compelled to do enough work during a strike to supply the' local demand for coal. ' Will Spend a. Day-Here Mayor Hardie received a telephone communication from Expert A. R. Ross from Calgary last night, stating that he would come to Lethbridge, but only .for a day, aB he is-already overdue in Montreal. He will be unable to go into all the matters/suggested by the Mayor, but will,make a thorough investigation of the power plant. New Store for North Side Mr. P. O. Gagnebin, of this city, will open an up-to-date jewelry store on Westminster road, the latter part of this month.' He will carry a .full line of watches, clocks and jewelry, and do all kinds of repairs in that line. Mr. Gagnebin has been with R. A. Wright, the jeweler, for'the" past three years. A Creditable Exhibit Among the various exhibits, of the Boys' Hobby Show, hone came in for greater commendation. than that of the printing exhibit This competition was open to the apprentices of the various job printing offices of the city, and exhibits were put in by the boys of the Quick Print/ Printers & Stationers and Everall & Franks. The contest was the'first, of the kind ever held in the city, and the results obtained revealed the fact that (his branch of the work should be continued and encouraged."* When it is remembered that in most cases the contestants have only, been "on the case" a few month's, "the results of �their work is moot .commendable. All three of the above contestants were deserving of considerable mention, but the judges in making their awards did so in the following,, order: First, R. C. Scllens (Quick'Print); second, John Stafford (Bverall & Franks), and David McWhinney- (Printers' & Stationers). BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER, Phone 070, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Goaldale hotel Phone 666 the Messenger Servitor pro'.upt measure and baggage delirary. Members of Court Star degree team are requested to meet .Friday night at 7 o'clock In J. E. Clarke's room Stop that Cough USE OUR SYRUP OF WHITE PINE AND TAR WITH MENTHOL AN D HONEY. PROMPTLY RELIEVES AND QUICKLY CURES. 25c and 50c Bottles The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 ^. ^ Third Ave.- "Try-New-Life" � > � *� Type A Outfit Complete-$25 This oirtflt^comes packed in . very handsome* red satin lined leather carrying case and contains a cord long enough to attach to any electric light socket. It also contains, six different Applicators; an. oil. can with special lubricating oil and. a regulator on the machine. However, wonderful results can be obtained with this outfit and a great many people prefer it because it is not as powerful as the Typ.e C Outfit, which is a larger and more powerful machine- The very last ward in scientific methods:of helping tired Nature to regain her lost balance is "Try-New-Life." J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 35g2gJ2C Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT A Bank-Holiday Tomorrow being Ash Wednesday,-the banks will be closed. . CITY AND DISTRICT . t District Court in Taber l-Jujlge Winter held District Court in Taber today, and disposed of one or two small debt cases. f �{�"."Mr. Hodgson Will Speak f Principal Hodgson, of the High School, will address the meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club, at the Y. M. C. A., on Sunday afternoon. Contract on Friday " At a meeting of the City Council, to b� held on Friday, the contract for the racing stable to be,erected at the fair grounds will be awarded. Tenders closed on Saturday noon. New District Map A new map of the Lethbridge District, showing the railroad construction to date, has just been issued by R. E. McArthur, and should be of great assistance to real estate brokers selling farm lands.: - E GIVEN UP ^^AS/D^EAp,'POLICE START RATHER INTEREST- ' ING STORY k London, Feb. 9,-There is a sensational .development in tho mystery surrounding the disappearance of the Revi -Aicert -Knight, vicar of ;Christ church, Hunslet, Leeds. . It was'reported that he had fallen over the clifis at Flamborough, on Jan. 18, and his death was taken for granted, although the bofly could not be found and a memorial service, at which the bishop of his diocese preached, was wheld' in- his church. A week ago yes-( terday, however, the chief ponstable i of Leeds made the. startling aunounce-j merit that Knight had been traced in �England since the date of the "tragedy" and added thart there could be j. little doubt that he'..had now left the country, for Australia under an assumed, name. The story published at the time was to the effect that Knight and his wife had gone to Flamborough to take photographs. The. husband went to the edge of the cliff-'to take a I flashlight  picture and after the flash [Mrs. Knight saw hel' husband fall lover the cliff. It is said, that subsequently, a clerical gentleman, carrying a camnra, was seen hurrying from the spot. Knight was a young man and ex-cscdingly popular in his parish. Semi-Ready Quality Glotkes The best dressed men wear them. See them soon. Wat�h this Space A VARIETY AD Ontario Cheese per tt>.....20c 31b Blue Ribbon Tea......$1.00 Blue. Label Catsup, per bot. 30c. Llbby's Catsup, per bot----20c Sit. tin Royal Shield Baking Powder,............... 70c Lyle's G. Syrup, 2tb can ... 20c B. C. SUGAR/PER SACK ... Caledonian Brand Sainton 15c. Otter Brand Red Salmon >.:20c. 1 Gal- Jars of Worcester Saucav each............._____.. SOo. Tetley's Coffee, reg. price. 50c 'now.................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3tb tin.....; 95c. Choicest Apples per box ..$1.65 ..........................$1.25 The Premium Grocery i'W j! TUFF, PROPRIETOR 824-11th St. South Opposite Terrills  PHONE 874 HALF PRICE! HALF PRICE! D ui*ing stock-taking we found these goods � slightly.'-.damaged and to keep our stock up-to date, we are offering them at half original' price. ��. �.:�..:".�'. Cook j&ote, Dish Pans, Kueadiiig Pans; Ket-. tlesi'etc.i Granitejvare of all kinds. v 50 PER CENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326~M>tli Street South PHONE ,575 Lethbridgre 9f'6, BOX 27 \ \ - _ School Holiday Tomorrow Tomorrow being Ash Wednesday the public schools in the city wlll'be closed. Sold His Hotel Word comes from Weyburn that Thos. A. Underwood, formerly manager of the Coaldale Hotel here, has sold the Waverly Hotel, Weyburn, to E. Wlgle, of Windsor, Ont. Can Secure' Counsel City Solicitor Ball has been authorized by the Council to secure counsel to assist him in-Edmonton, when tho new city charter is before the House. The charter will not come up before the firsii ,of^March. Andrew Rae Dead Andrew Rae, aged 45 years, a laborer, of Calgary, died-in the city yesterday. The funeral-took place this-a,fr ternoon to the public cemetery', from Fetterly's undertaking parlors, Rev. A.-G. Cameron being; in. charge of the obsequies. 4 ' > / , , . CURES coucys &C0LDS 10 ESCAPE TAX AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY APPEAL TO LORDS AGAINST BRITISH INCOME TAX, London, Feb. i.-In the/House of Lords yesterday a hearing'* was ..commenced on the appeal;by th4�'American Thread Company, against \the income tax levy. -' ' Mr. Daniekwert-/.,; for .the appellants, expressed the fear that unless his arguments for the American Threatl Company were held to be good the income tax would become an intolerable nuisance to such foreign companies, seriously hampering the trade of thus country,, and bringing ruin to a number of commercial undertakings, ..The question at issue.was whether the appellant company was or was not a^person^ resident in the. United King-'dojoj so as to be liable to.be assessed, I-iis contention was that the company is not such a resident, and,did -not exercise'...trade >here,rthough It was truev that an extraordinary meeting of the board of English directors was held'iii'this country. E B! PARCEL POST THEY GOT OUt' BUT RALLIED TO SUPPORT(OF THEIR QUEEN San Franolsco,'; Feb. 4.-A- diminutive hive of beesyy^consigned to Jos. Adberigi, of Inverness, was lifted from the mail pouch by Fred O'Toole, chief cierk at thO1 local post office yesterday. TheviuBBCts began to emerge from a corner of Cthe box which had been broken in transit. O'Toole says there were millions,of them, and that they were as; busy for a few minutes as it was possible for bees to be. After the boeslikd escaped O'Toole examined the little hive, and found it contained a queen bee, inclosed in a private compartment. He liberated her, and her subjects collected about, her. Then It was .an easy matter for, O'Toole to entice tlio swarm back to captivity.- Ven. Archdeacon Casey of Lindsay has been appointed administrator of the R. C. diocese' of Peterboro until a bishop is named. . POPE IS NOT ILL BUT ABIE TO TROUBLED WITH GOUT AND CARDIAC COMPLICATIONS - IS' STILL OLDING' REr CEPTIONS ; Rome, Feb. 4.-In. regard, to rumors current in Paris,' concerning the Pope's health, it is� learned from a qualified source that the general, condition of the Pontiff's health has been becoming worse recently, It. is Ithown that the Pope suffers from'gout;. and sometimes with cardiac compHcaiions. His physicians blame him'for refusing their attentions, but at present there is" nothing to warrant sanxiety. on' his account. * The Pope held his usual reception recently.1 Today he say'' many, persons, and had 'a .lorig'convot'sation on the subject of tho approaching.Italian election with Conte Delia Torre and Conte Medollage,- who Will direct thc! action of the clerical party. Chas. II. Denton,. Tillsonburg,.was elected Warden of Oxford county on the 62nd ballot. Here jvgpmething new to eat this Lent '� y; ','^7 �: ,� - ;\ \ - ' ' .-V . :"�'�' ;,' �. . .' J? Commence 'l'ight now to use Keith's Boston Baked Beans.k Bak- , ed'.rlght; ber^ .in Lothbridge. You'll fjnd them very .ndurrshing sus'taluirig,' economical and most delicious. . : �/� ������ KeitH^; Boston Baked Bfeans -A>e..jvh^t *iriJu-, want and..what you .need. Just' the th'Jijg fori"*: Wednesday .and Saturday night supper. . �/ ( - ' . PLEASE' CALL AT BAKERY, NEAR CENTRAL SCMOOLvREAR-' '../.�� ' '"' ^/':< BOS SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH.- ^ ' ,' ''^Vhere you qan get ypur beans ho^ at'4 p,m.j  '' '; '1S6 ;;|ii|rpint ";aii^':'' 2Bcfpi0f(j0i^^t\ SIGN ON TOP OF BAKERY 9679 ;