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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN. LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel 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" 31c St h Street Phone 761 ,Luncli at� the *'International" , .any time you feel hungry we Serve everything that's good to eat. our regular meals will make you wonder why you ' had not been there bbfore. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor' WALTER MORGAN,' Phone 1078 Manager q a ti tp n a v qpF n A t . WITH EACH $1.00 OB*,pVER ;HAIR BRUSH WE WILL GIVE FkEE A PICTURE WORTH 50c or 76c You Must Mention This Ad. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL ' ... 35c. $3.90 .. . '25c. .. $2.75 ... !&c. .. $2,90 ..; i5c. . v.................. $3.25 BEANS-Golden Was or Refugees, 2s, 2 tins".. lor........-----.. ,............'."----25c Price per case....................... $2.85 SPECIAL ASSORTED CASES FRUITS-In heavy, syrup, Special per case $4.50 VEGETABLES, assorted, per case......... $3.25 FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP-ALL, SANITARY .TINS RASPBERRIES, 2b, red or black, 2 tins lor ..45c. Per "oaso............................ $5^5 STRAWBERRIES, 2s, 2 tins for ........... 45c. Price per case.....................$&00 CHERRIES-Rtfdi Black or white, pitted, 2s two tins for .................... 45c. Price per case ...................$5.00 PEACHES-2s, per tin.................... 20c. Price per case ......................... $4.25 PEARS-Bartlett, 2s, per tin ................20c Price per case ........ i............... $4.25 GREEN GAGE PLUMS-^-2s, per tin----.....20c. Price per case ____..\.................. $3.90 LOMBARD PLUMS, 2s per tin ...... ____15c Pricq, per case----..................... $3.25 -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES-- Grocery Dept. 528 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEAlHEK Lethbridge, clear .. Edmonton,, clear'.. Calgary, clear .. Medicine Hal. clear .. Battleford, clear 17 -11 26-4 66 19 T7- 6 18-2 Prince Albert, clear .. 20 -6 .Moose Jaw, clear .. 17 --7. Regina, clear .... ... 15 -11 Swift Current, clew .'. 14 Minnedosa, clear .. .... 18 -8 Winnipeg, clear .. .. 22,-'8 .04 Port Arthur ........ 16 - 2 Qu'Appele, clsar .. .. 14-8 .02 Grand Forks .. ... 13 6 Pentlcton .. ... -. .... .16 . 5 Kamloops, cloudy -14 Nelson .. ...... ____.'25 zsro Fine ^weather ""has been .general all over the praM-e provinces. -It, has turned somewhat colder: in alU districts. 1 '' �.'"lJ�i ij-� - Forecasts  j o ���� Western Provinces-Fine arid coid today and .on Sunday. i Saturday Special cream toffee } Half jLb. Package r it* - and a REXALL TOOTH BRUSH Here i#a*'Chance'to get ac-: qnainted'S.'Vvith the superoir. merits of Rexall goods. TODAY ONLY AT THE �EXALL STORE J.D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. : CITY AND DISTRICT Keep in touch with the Best pressed, they all wear Semi-Ready Clothing Men of Lethbridge you can, get this celebrated line soon in the new Empress building. Watch this Space Cattle Man Here . J. M. Glendenning, M.P.P., of Nanton is in the city today on business for .he P. Burns Co. ' Mail Collecting Tenders The call for tenders for {collecting the mail in Lethbridge which was made to have-"tenders close February 21, has been extended three weeks and tenders will now be received up to March 14th. Valentine Concert  The Valentine concert to be given in . Westminster schoot next Friday evening promises to be of an attractive character. The. programme will be well worth hearing-as? in addition to numbers by- the school pupils, Miss Lombard and others will assist. A VARIETY AD Shredded Wheat Buscuit, 2 for .----............. 25c Two Cans Tomatoes ....... 35c French Peas, per can ...... 15c 31b Blue Ribbon tea......$1.00 Choice Dates ............. 10c. Eggs, per dozen............ 3Gc Cabbage, 6tbs for......... 10c Carrots, 5tbs for.......... 10c Potatoes, 26Tbs for ........ 25c. Potatoes, per cwt. ..,.......85c Turnips, 12tbs for ......... 10o. Ontario Cheese, per tt> ... 20c. 20tt> SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack........................ $1.25 The Premium Grocery 824-Hth St.> South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrtlle1 PHONE 87*4; . Klimuk is Guilty. a*Arsen, Klimuk accused. of-iiuflictdng bodily' harm and stealing $46.00 from Kimovi.Kialmuk, at Kipp-recently, was found .guilty in the district Court yes- will pronounce sentence later. Hurrahl . ;. Westminster school yesterday; afternoon took the measure, of: Central sohool seniors in a.:rousing hockey gamehy a. .score of two goals to one. The -battle took, place, on the Westminster rink and it was a case of nip and tuck all the way although the Westminster lads proved a shado superior to. their, more doughty opponents. So - far the Westminster boys have beaten, .every other school team they havefaced and the defeat of the seniors1 from Central is another feather in their cap. Herald Ads Get There DuTing the" past month the II. T. Henderson Garage have been advertising the "Hupmobile" cars exclusively in this paper. ;Yesterday they 'sold two as the'direct result of advertising in the Herald. The Herald reaches them all, evsn the automobile owners. . BORN HAFFERty^-Ta'Mr. and Mrs. W. Haf-fern, a daughter, at 503i4th St. S. 2St s^a.iFamUy'JWtert'd for 40 years.',' A never _t*.'lul� rdlef roup and Whoopfne Courb. BUSINESS LOCALS RBJX TRANSFER; Phone 6T.0, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldalahotel l'hone 666 the Messrnge.r Serv'iCo tor-pro'.upt^ mi'ssae's and'hagiraKe deliverr Spring and* Summer Samples;*,SjiT to. 135, KiugDton, tailor, 3rdt av'e.^jj-3 Anyone knowing' the , whereaboute of George Folger. kindly, communicate with Box 1688, Calgan'. 50-1 1 \ � . SHIP*"YbUR''"GRAIN TO John Billings & Company | Winnipeg and Lethbrfdge Dally prices' by - wire or phone. ' -OFFICE AT- k: ' \ Messrs. Asquith and Lindsay's Office �* DOMINION BLOCK ' [ ^ETHBRIjpGE,. , ALTAV | Phone 1714 P. O. Box 270 MORE DATA BY THE FEARFUL OF HELPING CANADA SHOULD TARIFF BE LOW. ERED ON NECESSITIES ,NO TI GE- ' We make a Specialty of jrl Hptrie R o,r t r a i t u r e and Flashlight Photography, in taking Banquets,; Parties, ' Weddings, etc. CajjN> for particulars, prices, etc* PhotographeiT 9Q6XTHIRD AVENUE SOUTH fr 1 Washington, Feb. .-Another direct attack on Canada's interest in the tariff revision in the United States was made in a brief of the manufacturers filed.-at the executive- session of the .Ways and Means committee today. .,On.the basis-of the showing made in the brief of the American manufacturers, it is alleged that Canada is engaged in construction work, with a view of wreBting commerce from the United States. It is also pointed out that,the great railroad, construction that is going on in Canada would not have been undertaken, except for the prospect of an open market in the United States. The American manufacturers contend that the Canadian 'railroads are invading this country as rapidly as possible. It is some years since the Canadian Pacific secured .an entrance to, Chicago through an affiliation of the Soo road with the Wisconsin Central., It is now just as easy to get an unbroken ride from Chicago to Banff, as from Chicugo to Philadelphia. The connection of the Gauadian Northern with.1 Detroit is now-being effected and-,tjfa.e>Grand Trunk Is now breaking info "southern New England. The migration of the American citizens, par? ticularly those of the west, to Canada, Is partly responsible'for the effort to establish a closer relation with this country. ;Thl8emigration appears to be ; increasing vather than diminishing, though' muclr dlsappointmenjt' Is expressed by farmers at bhe inhosplt-ablercllmate of Saskatchewan. � Th^re Is also a great excursion trade, from Chicago and, vicinity >every sunimer to portions of.-'-western; Ca-iiada, where the mouiitaln scenevy is most'^mpresslve. , If la also pointed out that there is Het^e's $ 10 for you Her^iS;^10.00 for you for -the rneue breaking , - �'�';,v- - of a Habit . ,.  The .way; you can get it is this:-Come in and pick out.pne of the "suits'. Such as tailors usually sell for $45.00, rwhich, indeed, we sold ourselves for $45.00, until a very short time ago, and jfou may-npw iia/e.'it'foi- $35.00. �- j?ov Two Weeks Only m; -Siiits;at $35.; $40 Suits at $30; $35 Suits �_:^-v.-"v^---vat$25-00 !-y\i'r " \/] . All suits made in our own workrooms and satisfaction guaranteed.- ' .  ' � ' Newland SIrtth St., Opposite- JHerald Office s Clvllir-Mllltafy Tailor now under consideration by the city, council ,of Vancouver, a proposal, of the i Canadian. Northern's for the re-clamaypn. .of, the enjire bed- of False Creek.^'aat ,of ^ajtl,; shviet or Westminster iavenue, for/;terminal facilities which,-with the pjiqfcof *i tunnel for entering the cityf/wjll entail an expenditure of $8,00Cyip0. .With the"tariff.^lior^eted and American manufacturers;/subjected to-unUm* ited: competltlon/^rdm Canada, and with farmers'1, an;PERTINENT ": It is 'sald''',thaj'.'ini;,ill)10,i one person in evefy/800 In.^bB^linited States 'was In prison. 1 ' ' ' ' " . The posl'tjjjn; 'of "ltiitructor in cooking hajVing'p'eoom'e^ftcantln a school: for girls In. Paris('the''directors agreed* to engage':t*beCo6p^:,'who could pass-the 'beai'i,, I'p'rfteydal^examination." Twelve women apip)iea, of whom six, wore examined on'-.'ihe first day- W:] beefsteak, omelets Va^id, a^pple cakes: Four of, the si'xfr-ad^a'i'ditig to-the report wew^'^Jl^i.'';- On the next; day the -v'eroainlh^wnuidfttes Drecai> ed QounderB, roast mutton and plum pudding. The jury found that only two of the second group were competent, arid that of the'lU not one possessed all the 0 necessary requirements, i Whooping CougH SPASMODIC CROUP. e and e/rectlvo treatment for bronchia! troubles, Hvpldina i>cra from Asthmji.. Thpalrcrtrryfag thurahtUetitiovmpor, Inspired with every brtatb, _rrja|te� breatfilHtf easy! Boothdj the sore throatand Mopa^V^lihUwrtntf reitful nljihts. It ieJ�va|�able"lp_mothem.'Lw(th younicbHrtron. Etiidpoitai for BertVIptlve booklet. ALL DRUGGISTS " ' f(  - Try CRK8OLP. TjeEr---------- and/ ANTJSEWIO THRO, tablkt8 forthe Irrltal.. throat. 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