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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1W^ �  Hotel Windsor ;^�1V>REE BUS TO ALL TRAINS }' I � Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in B _ Alberta �: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGB The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven-lent Place to Stay Our stoves and ranges save you money on fuel, and we save you money on stoves and ranges. Let us prove it If you had bought one a year ago if 'would have paid for itself before this. How about replae- � i', stove? C. W. Gray The store that saves you money Lunch 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 BEFORE. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1073 Manager SATURDAY SPECIAL Vmeland Canned Goods are seldom Equalled but Never Excelled in Quality : ! Such are the remarks we hear dally about Vine brand Canned. Goods. .Every tin is a sanitary-tin, the fruit and vegetables are all packed by hand and everything'is inspected before it is allowed to go into the tin. , , VINE BRAND VEGETABLES ' TOMATOES-Sanitary tins, price 2 for . 35c. $3.90 . 85c. Price per case..................... CORN-2lb this, 2 for ............... Price per case......................... $2.75 PEAS, Standard, 2s, 2 for ................. 25c. Price per case........................ $2,90 PEAS, Early June, 2s per tin........... 15c. Price per case .......................---- $3.25 BEANS-Golden Wax or.. Refugees^ 2s, 2 �ins for....................................25c Pries 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, 2s,;red or black, 2 tins for . -45c. Per case' ........ ,�'.'................... $5.25 STRAWBERRIES, 2s, 2 tins for ...----.... 45c, Price per case........................ $5.00 CHERRIES-Red, Black or white, pitted, 2s two tins for: ..-....................... 45c. Price per case.......................... $5.00 PEACHES-2s, pen tin................... 20c. Price per case..................... $4.25 PEARS-Bartlett, 2s, per tin ..............20c Price per oase........................ $4.25 GREEN GAGE PLUMS-2s, per tin......... 20c. Price por case......____'............... $3.90 LOMBARD PLUMS, 2s per tin............. 15c. Price per case........................ $3.25 --PHONE Grocery Dept. $28 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Cfoss Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES- Grocery Dept Wholesale Dept 525 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy. 39 Edmonton, clear..-..*.. li: Calgary, cloudy.. 38 Medicine Hat, cloudy-Battleford, clear . Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, clear . Moose Jaw, cloudy- .. Regina, clear.. ..�., Qu'Appelle, clear v.. Minnedosa, cloudyi Winnipeg, cloudy';. . Port Arthur, clear... . Kamloops, clear ... . Nelson............ 23 Penticton......... 25 . .... 20 13 4 40 12 4 26 17 . 16 :-4 16 - 4 - .12 .06 IS - 4 - 6 ��_O ' 4 "18 7 1 .10 .04 .OS .06 .12 .01 .01 WITH EACH $1.00 OR' OVER FREE HAIR'BRUSH WE WILL GIVE A PICTURE WORTH 50c or 75c You Must Mention This jVd. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPFOSiTE DALLAS HOTELS FumJturd ; or) 'i. Credit GTand Fork ...... Light local snow falls have occurred in the different prairie provinces. Mild weather has prevailed in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and. moderately cold weather elsewhere. ' Forecasts v Manitoba and Saskatchewan-North winds:'- fair and- colder tonight and Tuesday. Alberta^-Faip and cold tonight and on Tuesday. j � CITY AND DISTRICT Enlarged Exchange Needed A". W. Gibson, in charge-of the service department of the "(Provincial government telephone system for the whole province, spent Sunday in the city. He went to Tatier this morning with the' district 'service inspector, where he will be present at'the. moving of thc exchange, consequent on the great increase in" the number of subscribers in the coal. town. CREDIT IS GOOD THE' ALBERTA OUTFITTERS Phone 1735 I 405-6th St S,. (Dominion Block) NyaFs Witch Hazel Cream Is an elegant toilet lotion, ,fine for CHAPS, CRACKED HANDS, LIPS, CHAFINGS, ETC. Wonderfully cooling and soothing to  the skin, � May be applied at � any time. 25 Cents, Per Bottle at KENNY & ALLIN V. "THE DRUG-BOOK STORE - Dispensing Chemists- . Phone 1487 Next-Dallas Hotel. 7%.;.^ND DISTRICT W'^S,1 ^Auditing CUy Books " WplnSerson and Co., city audi-j-'epb'usily engaged in making nuaj|aud}t~of the'city bocks, J fijfc&jnent qf the year's affairs, m.ade jrablie some time this WmtAjM^Amm^ fir'*. ffffial-7.0^.^0 late Thomas l^da^l^n being in Valentines OUR STOCK OF VALENTINES, POST CARDS, TALLY CARDS, PAPER NAPKINS AND VALENTINE NOVELTIES IS VERY COMPLETE AlstD OF THE VERY HIGHEST QUALITY. --SEE OUR WINDOW-- The Ret boss Drug and Book Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Where Is Mr. Tod? H. H. Russell, of Winnipeg, writing to the Mayor, asks the- whereabouts of William J. Tod, formerly with the 'Bentley Co. After leaving the Bentley Co., Mr. Tod went out with a survey party. Information as to his whereabouts would be gratefully received by Mayor Hardie. Conservatives to Meet " Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P., leaves tonight for Edmonton, to attend the session which opens tomorrow. He Will be accompanied by E. C. McKenzie, J. E. Wodell, Dr. Taylor and R. Campbell, who will attend a Conservative -convention in Edmonton immediately after the opening of the House. Phono 555" Third Ave. Building Permit for Stables ' A' building permit was issued today from the Building Inspector's office to Hans- Matson, who will immediately begin-work on'the new, racing, stable at Henderson Park Fair grounds, the cost ofr the structure to be $2536. .The -building* will ibe completed early in March, and ready to, receive Geo. Haag's racing string for spring training. Mr. Haag will also .train-here a number of horses for the Calgary Horse Show. Keep in touch with the Best Dressed, they all wear Semi-Ready Clothing Men of Lethbridge you can get this celebrated line soon in the new Empress building. Watch this Space A VARIETY AD Shredded Wheat Buscuit, 2 for_____...... Two Cans Tomatoes French Peas, per can .... 3Tb Blue Ribbon tea..... Choice'Dates............ . 25c . 35c . 15c $1.00 . 10c. Eggs, per dozen...........35o Cabbage, 6tbs for ......____10c Carrots, 5fbs for .......... 10c Potatoes, 26tbs for........ 25c. Potatoes, per cwt. ....... .85c Turnips, 12tbs for ......... 10c Ontario Cheese, per Tb ... 20c. 20Tb SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack........................ $1.25 The Premium Grocery 82 Idaho, accompanied by deceased's wife. Post Office Returns The statement of business transact-' ed at Lethbridge post office for the, months of January 1912 and 1913 compared, shows steady,. Increase along. right lines. Operatic Society Rehearsal The first, rehearsal ..of the Lethbridge Amateur. Operatic and Dram-, atic Society will "be i held in the Majestic Theatre tomorrow, evening at 8o'clock. ' A; large -attendance is requested. The musics has arrived, and the scores will be distributed, and it is highly .desiTabte that every member possible be'present.  Ministerial Association The Ministerial-association met this morning, with Revs. Canon Murrell Wright.Perry, Cameron, Woodsworth 'Aitken (Hardieville), and Pickle present. The feature of the .morning was a paper by Rev. Canon Murrell Wright, on "The Ecclesiastical History ot,the Present Belligerent Parties in Europe." The paper was replete with information, revealing deep research and thorough appreciation of the subject, Mr. Walter Jordan, district secretary of the Sunday school association, addressed the ministers bTiefly, outlining a system of visitaV tion' \vhtah 'will be dealt with later. � ' Will Ask for a Grant - Since, the unexpected action of the City Council in putting the ban on Sunday 'evening sacred cocerts, it in-understood that the band will, go to the Council and ask for a: grant to ertable, them to give a 40c. i 'C.REAMERY;^&y-TTER, good quality, .......;.. .,-.. per tb� 36c DAIRY BUTfTJER) good quality .----......... ...... 2tbs. for 55c> OALlFORNlXV'PRUNES, per" 251b box .................... $8.50 CALIFORNIA'"'Evaporated PEACHES, per 251b box .....____ $2.50 EVAPOR'ATED^,'APPLES^-per 251b box ,......., ......... $2.40; STANPARD/iiG^NEpGOOP^-r ' PEAS,................ per Un 15c; per case $3.40.. ; ..... CORN,'.'2ts J ............:; 2 tins 25c; " " $2,90 LAW-TONBERRIES, 2's ..;......per tin 20c; " � $4.55' " ^H'BRBJEa,?v2!s ;..';.per-.tin 20c;- " ' $'4.66 ' G^OpSB^BRRIBS, 2's per tin 20c; - " � $4.65i . PBARS'/^l's, ----v............'per tin 20c; " � $4.^p- iPIE-'RE^GHBS, 3/s,';v;.�.�.>-..i.v-f-.i per tin 15c; : " '� ' $3.56' . APIILB^ :3'B ...... per tin 15c; " " $3,40'. JOHNSON'S FLUID BEEF ............... pe'r bott|8 90c. 'EGGS,' .�.'.................................. per dozeli. 35c. 'Wmm *'' 'ryp' "hV^V j^i* r5S-^" ;