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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Keep in touch with the Best Dressed, they all wear OF ALL KINDS Tabic cuuery bought from ua iueaas atEC3t in service and durability, hi the satisfaction of having good things in your home and the final touch of elegance on which you pride yourself when entertaining guests. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 Lunch at the 4International" any time you feel hungry WE SERVE EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD TO EAT. OUR REGULAR MEALS WILL MAKE YOl/ WONDER WHY YOU HAD NOT BEEN THERE BEFORE. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor ...... . WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1073 Manager February Discount Sale Stoves and Ranges Reduced 20% v Our Stoves and Ranges save yo it money in \ , fuel, so buy now while this big-price reduction is on. ' ." ALBERTA OUTFITTERS /HJis year we have a particularly.fine assortment of this line, in Fancy Designs, Comics, Postals, etc.  All Prices 5c 'to $1.00 each KENNY & ALLIN THE DETJG-BOOK STORE ' Next Dallas Hotel. " Dispensing Chemist* Phone 1487 ; Here's 'something eat this Lent Commence right now to use Keithte Boston Baked Beans. Baked right, here in Lethbridge. Yoa'll.-find. them- very nourishing sustaining, economical and most delicious. Keith's Boston Baked Beans -.- -Are what you want and what you need. Just the thing for Wednesday and Saturday night supper. . ' f ;-;;'� Moose Jaw, cloudy---- 8 -18  Regina, clear ....... 4 -22 Qii'Appelle, clear.... -20 ' Minnedosa, clear .. .: 4 -20 .04 Winnipeg, clear ... .; 12 -14 .06 Port Arthur, clear v.. 26 - G .12 Nelson.......... 30 7 Kamloops, clear ..... Penticton ..........26 4 ' Grand Forks ......v.  21 3 Forecast Western Provihces^Finwahd decidedly cold today and on W^dnestlay. CITY AND J}ISTKICT . Si. O. E. Meeting S.'p. B. W'hlte �Rose'meets on Wednesday, evening, a� 8 'o'clock sharpy In North Lethbridge . N., B... Peat & Co. have opened a branch office at 309v-Thlrte'e'4�K street North, with W. V.-Hessey In charge. This office will handie ia, general real estate,,Joan and insurance business. Lethbridge Realty Looks Good"T-� F. E. Hend^ersoh- of Winnftieg,' a well known realty man of tieManitoba metropolis, Tjras ii the city yesterday, ' and' reported that Lethbridge realty is considered a very good investment by realty brokers in all parts of the west. , Mr. Buddeh to Speak Alf. Budden, the well known organizer for the Socialist party of Canada,' will deliver a lectu-j'a-. at'the Labor1 Temple on Wednesday; evening, Feh ruary 12, at eight o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to those 'inter* 'estfed-to attend. - Valentines OUR STOCK OF VALENTINES, POST CARDS, TALLY CARDS," PAPER NAPKINS AND VALENTINE NOVELTIES IS VERY COMPLETE AND OF THE VERY HIGHEST QUALITY. -SEE OUR WINDOW--- (if The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Ave. 'Vr. STORE  Co-Operative Society Successful At a meeting of the North Lethbridge Co-operative society, held last night, it was announced that since the opening 6l.the stored nine months. ago, the business had increased in a remarkable degree. An interesting- alddress on the work of the Co-operative Society, was given by Mr. Glennie. It was agreed recommend- a five per cent, dividend on all purchases. ,'. \ CITY AND DISTBICT Wnter iTower Steel Here The steelshas 'arrived for the new * atei i >\ 'iv:.:to be erected in North iAtohridt cJ^next springs This will 1 iodide additional 'pressure for the busIpcBi kind .higher areas of the Nev. Office at Hat ^> ,J *Jiarrio,^toefjlocal reaj.i^tate brok1 jCjjlifc op'fened. .i bianch office at, ju>"-I[?it\t) faoiU^ate ,h>s' busi: |jMr Ilairip suit us tbat'fhere is a^^reVent'a'great dt-ipsnd for labor- s? - -r', > Operatic Society Rej^earsa.1 1 Jtyxpfiffi* .tiKi iirosii>!ctiyft'(m>m 'q'f tiie I/fLbbiliUc Sunateiir Oper.; atlc-and'-I)rama|lc Society are requested-to", ineet for: rehearsal in the Mia-Jessie T}heatve;'thiB evening at 8 o'clock. . v ', Morthv Lethbridge Ratepayers  A meeting of thc North Lethbridge Ratepayers' association is called for Wednesday evening in Kennedy's hall at* which the three municipal candidates "arp Invite'd to be present. Mayor Is Busy >� '^Mayouj Hardle intimated this morn-/in^lhat, a special meeting. pf the council' prpbably be called any .time ,with,in ,the .Id^t ,/two or three days to c'o&J'a'r.the'jn.dustrlal policy, arid the idyi^ai)Jlity- of' engaging ' an expert SMwJ^tl^'cpitt^lwlottejP.- without de- -Mrs. Henry Lauder Dead -� The death- occurred In the' city' today of Mrs. Henry Lauder," aged 25 years, wife of Henry Lauder, of this city. The funeral will take place from Fetterly's undertaking'parlors Thursday morning at ten o'clock to'.St. Patrick's Church, where Mass swill be solemnized by Rev. Father Rosenthal. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery. Will Be Lenient Chief Davis stated to the Herald this morning that Bylaw No. 10, dealing with the tieing of horses to poles on the main streets-would' net be so vigorously enforced in the future, and farmers coming to the ^city, if they, use a little discretion in tieing their teams away from thp-hsavy -traffic will not find themselves ''.in  police court. After Another Contract  �, Thos. Stubbs, the local contractor, who has just finipUed a large contract for the government.on�ne of.the Indian reserves near Calgary,'went to Macleod, today, where be, will, figure on some buildings to be erected there this spring. He will turn tbc.houses Erected on the reserve over\-to^ the government in March. The contract, which was a large one; was .finished in seventeen weeks. - V J.D.H1GINB0THAM sXO. LIMITED Family ft Dispensing Chemists CITY AND DISTRICT New Offices New offices will be occupied by Messrs. Asquith & Lindsay on March 1,. on the ground floor of the Royal Bank building on Third avenue. - To Live In Spokane Thos. J. Mooney, 'formerly manager of the Lethbridge Hotel, has-removed to Spokane," 'where he is in business for himself. Opened Another Office A branch office of Asquith & Lindsay has been opened on Westminster road North, with-Charles Westley in charge. Board of Health A meeting\of the Board of Health will, be held in the office of Acting Heaith Officer Dr. Campbell this evening at 8 o'clock.  Another White Glove Day ( There was another clean docket for Magistrate Eltcn at police court today. It is becoming a weekly occurrence; �   r District Court The next sittings of the District Court-will be held here on Tuesday, February 18, with Judge Winter presiding. v .Mr; Miebacn Returning H. E> Miebach, of the Lethbridge Hotel, who left early in January for Chicago to undergo an operation, is expected .to return on Saturday. He has visited various southern States and cities since leaving Chicago. 1y- Rexall Rubbing Oil FOR REDUCING.SWELLING AND.. ALLAYING INFLAMMATION, BRUISES, STIFF MUSCLES,'SPRAINS. THE GREAT "RUB" FOR ATHLETES. ^ 25c and 50c. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. ; On Business Bent J. H. Martaugh, representing the SoQ.line of the G.P.R., arrived in the city last inight, leaving this morning on�' the Flyer. He is connected with the passenger department of the road. Judge in Chambers Judge Winter bieard several motions in Chambers today, in connection with cases-at present pending in the District Court. There was quite an array ct legal talent on hand. Semi-Ready Clothing Men of Lethbridge you can get this celebrated line soon in the new Empress building. Watch this Space A V A RIETY AD Shredded Wheat Buscuit, 2 for.................. 25c Two Cans Tomatoes ....... 35c French Peas, per can......15c 3tt> Blue Ribbon tea ...... $1.00 Choice Dates.............. 10c. Eggs, per dozen...........55c, Cabbage, 6tt>s for ......... 10o,. .CarrotSj 5Tbs for,.-.. Potatoes, 26tbs for . Potatoes, per-ewt. .. Turnips, 12Tbs for .. Ontario Cheese, per tb 20rb SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack .. 106 . 25c. .4.86c.' .. 10c . 20c. The Premium Grocery 824-11th $t. Gotith J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR; Opposite Terrlil� PHONE B74 WAS A PERFECTLY L THERE WAS NO FRAUD IN CONNECTION WITH THE PURCHASE OF MOTOR TRUCK J CITY AND DISTRICT A Vancouver Visitor , . T. H. Prosser, of Vancouver, Is' a. visitor in'the city today..., Florontine Changes Hands Arthur J. Hallett has fesken over the Florontine, Fifth: street South* 'and, will add a full line' of cakes., a-rid pastry. --*- - - - . r Prisoners Await Sentence - Quite, a number of prisoners are being held in the R. N. W. M. P. guard room, awaiting sentence on charges of robberly, assault and theft. . Fine Lot of Trophies The trophies .'for ttoe- Lethbridge bonspiel are on-exhibition in Rylands & Co;'s iwindow, and are most attractive, .certainly sufficiently fine to arouse the keenest competition. A (lay or1 tw,o-ago the Herald re- ! ferred to the ^prevailing impression that the valuation'; placed jon the new ! fire motor trucks/prv. duty. purposes j liad been understated with a view to , escaping, the. full tax... .Today: a nwrn-ingT paper comes'into the game with a statement, designed to show that -there was;,a .'tax,/paid as a penalty fon fraudulent-en^ry! . :   A.s a matter, of ifapt, there was no fraudulent'entry,-'jand the cheque as deposited by Mr:-Turney with Customs Collector Shaw is merely aa act of good fajth pending a reference of the whole~'foatteij to", the commissioner of-customs"it Ottawa, so that there"; wpuld be - r\o'-interference with the city' in tfie: meantime. The figures: .in connection with the buying . for proatpt mw*Bfi and baggage delivery. ....... St. -Valentine's;Day . ' j ' The show, windows',' of, the - book' stores proclaim -the factVthat'vFr^y Is the day made famous by pt.Valfen; tine. The piercel! heart is v�ry; miicn in evidence. y " . * ; . ' V.- M.iC>i'A4'Directors Meet: .' Th>2 regular monthly meeting.of-the; directors of the;y. M. 0. A; was held today at aopn.y The report t^e's^Cf retary showed the assoclat fta.-'to be* making encouraging 'progrosti iir every department. �'v-'..�v-'-f.'.���.',?-.'!,�. * "BhUob'cMti: Will Prosecute Offender It Is understood that one ot two local fruit and candy, store dealers will be prosecuted for continued violations ot the.Lord's Day Act Last. Sunday certain men kept their.places open in defiance of the police, and-they will now have to face the magistrate."'' ? TORONTO MAN STRICKEN ? ? Toronto, Feb. 10.-The reported disaster  to' Oiptain Scott's Antarctic expedition has brought' grief to the home of .Alfred Wright; president ot �the Canadian branch of the London and Lancashire Life Insurance Co., whose son, Dr.-C..S. Wright, was a member of the expedition. -When- informed of the riews* this moming,' Mr. Wright was > prostrated with grief. > : > : : > < < < ���<*"*. ? ? < Swimming Classes A limited number.of men can take advantage of swimming instruct io'n'^at the Y. M. C. A. this we'sk, A charge of on,e dollar )r � made to expenses.- All boys oyer twelve, years free, ... v Mr. Tod Discovered Through the publicity given by the Herald,- Mr. Tod, for whom Mr. Rub-sell,"Jo((Winnipeg, rdade enquiries of Mayor. Hard??, has 'been located. He ig.-living in St. Margaret, Bridge of Alteii, ^Stirlingshire, Scotland. //Cattle Growing Plentiful ,.*the,-city was y'esterday visited by G'a'yteJaek, buyer for the Vancouver bra^Jh' of � 'the Swiff Co..  He reports cattle -and hogs more plentiful in So'u'Jnern Alberta than heibadl -expect-e,d"rt6 find them.  ^4."'. \ Location of Ambulance "^Th'e-lpublic ambulance which has, for. %�'-Past six months, been on call ^aVNo^ifire hall, has"been removed to JsTorjj-' hall, Second avenue Soulh, �'ahdfhereafter all calls:will be ans- 5-f 'fpiv^itvn. tl'e cen'ti�l�;station; OUR GROCERY THAME8 va&UEY, NEW ZEALAND BUTTER-Absolutely ' pure, fjualtty" ^guaranteed' ......................v.; -/pep ,fl� 40c. CREA'MkRyI &UTTER, good quality, ......',., .... Vi .'per tb. 35c- DAlri^' imrcM-k, good quality ... �............... V" 2tbs. for..5?c) CALIFORNIA/PRUNES, per 251b box .'..............4.... $2^60" CALIFORNlA/ivaporated PEACHES, per 251b box $2,90 EVAPORAt'jEI^ ^APPLES-per 251b box..........,.. v.... i.. $2-,40.; STANDARD;'CANNED GOODS- . ( ; ' PBA^.l'i's":..;..............-.-pei' tin 15o;�.per case $3.4jb ,CQRN,,a'(j...................... 2 tins 25c; "  " .$2i90 ' . LA^fTQ^BBRRIBS, 2's .......per tin 20c; ;.v?$4.65, GHBU'RlEiS, 2's ......',.. ..i..;fper tin; 20c; ' dOOSEBEJRRIES, 2's .........per tin 20c; W"'"-- .....s�<. -per tln^20o; s '.[.'... pej* tih 15o; per tin 16c'|' JOHN^OlJ'S FLUID BEEF ............... per Mtle 90d . - � ' : V 'Wiltr PEARS.-^S's PIE PEACHES, 3' APPLES, '3's ' $4,85 $4460. $3.5P' $3140 -TOT1 BENTM^ -'jflm Limited ""'  21 ;