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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the ^est and Most Conven- -- - � ,,,v ieo\iire during the'.different seasons Our aim is always'to supply such goods as >ou nm* shoutJ pieaso you. Only a few the most reasonable prices. We have here a ^t"� i rhore. manv seasonable things, arte mentioned here. ^ �' v ..... �� 15 " SALMON-Victoria Cross, Red leather or Clover Leaf. All the best sockeye; lib tins. Priii each ..'...... .----. ..... ............ 30c. Red Feather and Horse Shoo in &rb tins. PrU'i' two for................................. 35c ARGO-An Alaskan Red, fine quality; lib tins Price per tin ........................... 25c. CALEDONIA-Pink, lib tins, per tin____.... 15c CALEDONIA-Pink, i,a!t> tins, price 2 for .. 25c. SARDINES-Royans a la Vatel, French imck, � very finest, quality packed, price per tin 25c. CROSSED FISH-Norwegian pack, extra quality per tin.................................. 15c. OLAf-A Norwegian pauk, guod yv shipments due dally by express. Keep in touch with the Best Dressed, they ail wear Semi-Ready Clothing Men of Lethbridge you can get this celebrated line soon in the new Empress building. Ko.s26 We can furnisk* your kitchen with modern utensils that will make v cooking e.asy C. W. Gray " The store that savesyou money" - . ,. .. ,, ,-# *wa Wppir oniv we. will sell these apples at $1.65 1. WASHINGTON APPLES-Forthe balanwof ��b weefc^i^. vre ^ &sy ^ packed: The secretta the way we have of storing them. Get this,low price. -phones-- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers; Fruit and Con-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail. -PHONE?- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept 1271. There is a Homelike Feeling ; The excellence of the fpod}> eookiug and service satisfies the most particular. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE theodore hoessly Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, i Phone 1078 .Manager SATURDAY SPECIAL WITH EACH $1.00 OR OVER HAIR BRUSH WE WlLL GIVE FREE A PICTURE WOR^H 50c or 75c You Must Mention This Ad. � The Frank Hedley Drug Co. DALLAS HOTEL Lethbridge, clear . Edmonton, clear .. . Calgary, clear----. Medicine Hat, clear . Battleford, clear..... Prince Albert, clear v : Swift Current, clear . Moose Jaw, clear.. . Regina, - cloudy..... Qu'Appelle, cloudy ... Minaedosa, clear ... Winnipeg, cloudy ... Port Arthur, clear.. . Kamlcops, clear., .... Nelson............23 Psnticton . .. .... -. 16 Grand Forks ..J .... ..15 The weather has. been cold over.the prairie provinces." It has been somewhat milder in Manitoba {iand Sas katchewan and colder in Angrjta. r �Forecast ^cj , . Manitoba and rSaskatchewa,nc-^Sjtrong northwest wjinds..iair- 'andifcoldtir tonight � and Saturday... v, v*j. Black T,ea-----....... $1.00 Choice Dates.............. .10c. Eggs, per doien----....... 35o Cabbage, 6tbs for.......... :.10c . Carrots, 5Tbs for.......... 10c Potatoes, 2611)8 for ....(,... 25c. Potatoes, per cwt. .... |.... .85o,.. Turnips, 12tbs forn. j.i ..-,:*�".'.-lOc,,' Ontario Cheese, per-Tb ... 20c. 20tt> SACK Bi C. SUGAR, per sack $1.26 The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrlll* PHONE CM Theatre Cloak" Room a SucQ80 till 9.30 p.m.. ' , :\ Open on Saturday The Scotland Woollen Mills Co., Ltd.,' have leased the store adjoining the Mason & Risch Co.'s show rooms .In the Bryan block, and will open Pfor business on Saturday. A suit or overcoat to your-:measure for $20.00, no more no less, is "the slogan of this store. J.D.H1GINB0THAM &/C0, Family * Dlspen^r/^Chemltt*  It would surprise-the average man to learn just how many boys there are 'lover jtwelve years of age in tne [schools of .this .city .who do not know iho.iv:. to swim. A 'census was taken 'and; the total Is away over the hun-'tlred mark. It will probably prove of 'interest to these and all other boys to-know that next week the Y. M. C. Az :.will give them, an opportunity of llea^ning how to swim and it won't :Cost,them a .nickel. Hebden Corsan, the:.noted; swimmer is coming to the local/Yj.- M.'C. A,.'foe-six days,- under fau^piees of the International asso-on, and,will stay for the week, will teach all boysi how to swim ther ihey belongrtotfie YCMj^O. r not. , The boys will have to call at (V�ei sutu nuaLt.-.tli�Sf..cwtj ~.r-; iments.. Mr. Corsan will also men, and it is likely for this ifr'i.C; nominal fee? for the. .week be charged to help out in. the iscs:?.- Mr:.'. Corsnn in. an' inter-;ately- said the many drownings ot so much that men did not hon'.to swim, so much, as- they only fknew the breast stroke. . He is, not/much of a believer in the breaBt fctrJbke," and in the lessons always t';pclits other movements.' Even men I Vivo learned to swim years ago, and ;jfhavari'ot had-much opportunity since & mirig to the prairie country could foe groatiy benefitted by this com>se. Mr.-Corsan is all that is claimed for him orBisli Pans, heading Pans, Ket^ -THESE ARE GENUINE BABGAINS- I 326-6jth Street South PHONE' 675 An. int RHEUM/ All Troubles Rheu-Remedy tiial remedy lor .iniured,hut for their .'regularity.' No .reilecti^n. | jnvited ice, IJilaclsod Q jJHent, j;:R>Palmin:,the sleepers CA.TER TOr;rHE ENGLISH TRADE Karlsruhe, .Germany, Feb, 7.-Bri-|!.Hs'h, VJsitor^*fo>the Grand \)uchy -of .-^aden have,voflate -years been so 'numerous "that'.^he author!tie? of the Btate hallways niake- a practice each "il^er'offljpjding classes at which'the ''ees^are given lessons In BEsiNESSXO'elL^S^;  REX TRANSFER, Phone C70, office Alta. Saddleiy, opposite Coaldaje hotel ."hone 666 the M){8i?:'ngeTvSfervIt.� lor proaipfmeasae* aK,; Sunday afternoon; to which all VyboyS'Ji the!clly over: twelve, years ofM age are - >-jr-r ljj; ' x HA8 ROYAL GOD-PARE^T8 '""" London, -P*^.- if � , r-------, ..^TT..... -King GeCTj Queen; Alexan'drawere yesten ong the god-pif Ants of a son and. AJ rs.. Alien. sMaeKeusle, whl phriatened at the Guards'; Chapel ilngtbn Barracks,.^nd was nam e^ander Geor^a^n'thony..'Allen; W*j'.'JMac|C#iMlEV- the daughter!' F. Fernow in regard to.-the soil of northern'' Ontario, and : the" doctor' was not in'any way^ copixected'witb the government service; nor employed by It. As ,a.matter of fact, said the premier, ''seventy or eighty samples of.the .soil of'the clay'belt had been sent to .'ilte�Ottta'rlp" Agricultural' College' foij I'^nalysis'at various times, and the an-; ; aljrflis* had been in most cases entirely . sa&8f$$tory. .,...: an d H ave a Dollar to Spend, Visit the Great SURPLUS SALE kffifcV now going on at ios'was, j Wei-ed ','�}� Lot �m-f-------- '^�.'.*'.';/.w>,''.' ' " "� 1 R^TE WAR HAS 8TARTED kiffapjburg, -Feb.i 6.-rThe, German and X$t$n i.Bteamship lines .'an'ndunced to dfty that the steerage rate from Eur Qpe:to'.Canada would be cut to $30 � in. 's'tea^'of. /?40. The "cut '''includes: also tlieA^Stro-Amerlcan service from 'i'riBsto^.'Austria to Montreal ' f f 111 45 ;