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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ,........, . ,sm-v ......... ^ FREE;B\JS TO ALL TRAINS Hbtel Windsor 'Beet $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN L,ETHBRIDqEf The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Convenient Place; to Stay ' . f ABLE CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS Table cutlery bought from us means utmost In service and durability, in the satisfaction of having good things in your home and the final touch of elegance on which you pride yourself when entertaining guests. 1 C. W.GRAY "The Store That Sayes You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 Supply your table with seasonable goods4�nng Lent--We have them Our aim is always to supply such goods as you the "most reasonable prices.. We have here a- selec many seasonable things are' mentioned here.' See mav require' during' tho different seasons and-at tipn' that should i please you. Only a few of the our window for.more-. There is a Homelike Feeling About Our Dining Room : Tiie excellence of the food, cooking- and service satisfies the most.particular. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE .THEODORE HOESSLY v ' Proprietor P; WALTER MORGAN, Phono 1078 , Manager j mm ifc: SATURDAY SPECIAL .W1TK EACH $1.Q0 OR OVER HAIR BRUSH WE WILL GIVE ' FREE A PICTURE WORTH 50c or 75c You Must Mention This Ad. This an ideal reconstructive tonic.= . > $1.00 Per Bottle at : ' KENNY & ALLIN . ,THE DRUG-BOOK STOP^S Next Dall&^HOtebO: ,Ol9P�Mng; Chemjsts Phone 1487 tWA, ^nV'Q^T'IN  - SALMON-Victoria Cross, Red Feather or Clover Leaf. All (�ie best soekeye; lib tins. Price each ..... .....-.................. 30e. Red Feather and Horse Shoe in hi lb tins. Price two for............................... ^.. 35c ARGO-An Alaskan Red, fine quality; lib tins Price per tin..............----......... 25c. CALEDONIA-Pink, lib tins, per tin ........ 15c CALEDONIA-Pink. % lb tins, price 2, for .. 25c. SARDINES-Ho vans a la Vatel, French-.pack. very finest quality packed, price per tin 25c. CROSSED FISH-Norwegian pack, extra quality per tin.......................... -:----...' TSc OLAF-A Norwegian pack,' good quality. Prico per tin........ ......'......i....... 15c. SIGYN OR DINING CAR-Also Norwegian packs, Price 2 for............................. 25c. DOMESTIC SARDINES-Packed in Nova Scotia Price per 'tin.........----.............. 05c. NO. 1 PICKLED EGGS-All re-candled; special price, 3 dozen for -'......----.----  $1'.00 HERRING McConichle's in Tomato Sauce, large size. Price per tin .......,_____........ 20c McConlchle's Kippered, large tins, per tin ..20c Bruce's Fresh Herring,'round tins. Per tin ... 15c Bruce's Herring In Tomato Sauce. Price two tins for ' . 26c. Bruce's Herring in Bouillon. Price 2 tins for 26c Holland Herring, In kegs, price per keg . .Sf.10 COD FISH FLAKES-ln lib tins. Price per tin. ........................... ............ 20c COD FISH-Dried in J. pound bricks. Price per pound ...... ........ ----...........-.. 15c. COD FISH-Dried, in. 21b boxes, extra quality; prico per lb......................."..... 20c. ONTARIO CHEESE--Cured right and full cream; extra quality,; 2 lbs for................. 45c. Also Cream Brick, Limburger and other varieties at reasonable prices. New Laid Eggs, shipments due daily by express. Lowest market price. NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLES-For the balance of this week only, we will sell these apples at $1.65 per case. Every case is guaranteed to be in as fine a condition as the day they were packed. The secret is the! way we have of. storing them. Get a box at this low price. ^_�. . __^ -PHONES- Grocery Dept. S25 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONESr- Grocery Dept. 829 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER 12 12 6 - 4 - 6 20. 11. 20 16 8 - 4 5 8 6 4 t -12 -20 6 10 4 2 2 -12 ,-16 .OS .20 Lethbridge, cloudy ... Edmonton, cloudy ... Battleford, cloudy .... Swift Current, clear. Regina, stormy ...... Minnedosa, cloudy .... Port Arthur, clear ... Nelson ............ ........ Grand Forks....... ...... Calgary, clear ......... Medicine Hat, cloudy Moose Jaw, snowing. Winnipeg, clear ....... Kamloops, clear ...... Cold weather has continued in the prairie prodinces, but temperatures have been considerably higher, cs-' pecialLy .in Alberta, and Saskatchewan. - FORECAST : All West-Northwesterly winds,-, fait; and contjhubd cold today and on: Friday. y city and District Sipped the Beaded Gin �:- Only one-bcoze artist lined up jn the dock this morning at ppllce court. He was -fined tfle regulation three and costs. .�... The fourth lecture cf the series of the Alberta Univ|raity Bxterieion lectures will be given in fhe CeintTal school tomorrow^ evening, by Professor John A.. Allan/;,B.A., Ph.t).,..who will speak on "fiecHogicar EYidencss of Pre-historic Plant an(f Afllinali Life Upon the Earth.'fc . Pr'ofessor 'Allan will deal speclall/ with cpnditioiis. existing in the province at preeant, as regards geological, matters,''and; his lecture should, cn that account, attract a large audiende. -This;-.will doubtless prove one of the most popr ular lectures of the series. The lecture will be well illustrated and should interest every one. ' - Complain of Discrimination A certain policeman made himself conspicuous last ' night on Round street for what was considered very unfair conduct. Near the Starland picture theatre, three well-known and highly respected nuen 'were standing chatting, when the policeman crossed from the opposite side of the street and gruffly ordered  them to move on. Two of the men strolled down the street, and on returning were surprised to see the same policeman standing against the window of Ryland's store, holding three friends In what was apparently pleasant conversation. The young men referred to did not mind moving on if they were breaking the law, but they do object to favoritism being shownv to others, including the policeman;? One law for all, ?ven though he wear a uniform. Stop that Cough USE OUR SYRUP OF WHITE' PINE AND TAR WITH' MENTHOL AND HONEY.V ;; ; . PROafi'T-LY- 1 *.ELIEVE& AND QUICKLY CURES. 25c and 50c Bottles 1 � f ' .....�� The Red Cross Drug aifl BookfCo.t Ltd. ..'RftbneVaW] Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Assault Case Tomorrow � The Kipp assnulb case, in which an Austrian miner.v named Klimuk, is charged with causing bodily .harm on one, Kalimuk, at Kipp Collieries recently, . will come up before Judge Winter, tomorrow ,in the District Couvt. Immigration Officer Busy A. E, Humphries, of the local immigration office, returned to the city early this morning, arterial, week's absence at Vancouver and other- points on department business, and will leave again tompTrow .morning for Boise, Idaho, to appear as a witness in a' case there. Had a Pieasant Holiday ...Ash - Wednesday... was a holiday which was. thoroughly enjoyed by the School children. The free.nlnks provided ��by 'the. school board were patronized, to the fulij while-the street cava were'busy> transporting the larger boys to ^Henderson LaKe. J.D.HIGINB0THAM &C0. LIMITED Family a Dispensing Chemists .. ''�'�' Rexall Rheumatic Remedy An internal remedy � for .� RHEUMATISM, 'LUMBAGO, SCIATICA All Troubles of Rheumatic Origin o0c;and 91.00 J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd.  .Preparing the- Estimates Estimates' foi''.the>;year's work will be. brought down -.from, the City Engineer's office about the.end.of next week. 'Last'.yeaT-the City. Engineer's estimates ^amounted to over three-quarters of a million dollars, hut1 they will .be .only ..a"-fraction, of this amount for 4013. - s - ...... You Can Buy Up-to-Date Semi-Ready Clothing at th( Man's Store In the New Empress Building SOON Watch this Space AVAR IE t Y AD Shredded Wheat Buscuit, :' 2 for.................. 25c Two Cans Tomatoes-..... 35c French Peas, per can ...... 15c 3tt>. Black Tea----.....'... $1.00 Choice Dates ..;.......... 10c. Eggs, per dozen .35c Cabbage, 61bs for .......... 1pc Carrots, 5tbs for. ............ 10c Potatoes, 26Tbs for ........ 25c. Potatoes, per cwt. ......... .85c Turnips, 12Tbs for......... 10c Ontario Cheese, per 1t> ... 20c. 20tb SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack -----..................., $1.25 The Premium Grocery �24-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrille PHONE 874 During stodk-taking we-found these goods slightly damaged and to/keep our stock itp-to date,, we are offering them dt^ half original price.  Cook Pots, Dis% Pans, Kneeing Pans, Kettles, etc., Grajiiteware of all J^irids. 50 PER CENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 32fi-6th street South PHONE 675 Letlibrid^e 9. O. BOX 27 CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Neeiancjs In City J. H. Neelands, of the C.P.R. deV partment of' hatural resources,- is � in the city today from Calgary. \ * North VVard Property Active Real estate on Westminster road North Is becoming'very active,, as 'wilhln the; p&st few da'yB Several transactions, have been put through at increased values. .ROLLED A LUMBERJACK .".Port Arthur, Ont., Feb. 5.-William H;by; �NIplgon, wis. sentenced by Magis-itrfttfcv O'jB.rkn; "to two years at Stony j^unt'alhjs f9r,!;rolling *a lumberjack (,jwhiVe ilrunk, and getting $200 BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER, Phone 670, office Alta. Saddlery, oppoglto Coaldale' hotel phone 660 thu Mess^aget ServiU) tbt pro'.tipti mcisiw and .b*fc�aKe>''e.-.\-;Co)j�l�tlnj|f-of..-the�. followlnfl:. . > i ' " ' ' "' 2,000 '^Rblls of Wall Paper, all tli'e newest designs f#r Spring. Paper-hanging will Ijc soldin room lots, any size. ,  80, volunies of books by different authors; large qu'^tity of .Brushes and,Dry faints. Also everything in Household Furniture.  ,. One 'Democrat and Single Harness Remeii^Der the date-February 8 ' GUS'NeiDIG;' ,  > , .�AtiCTJlftNEE^,^ 56 ;