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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^w^JF-re^e? bu8 to all trains �fc Hotel Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN �' LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the. Best and Most Convenient Pl^cejo^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 it would have paid for it-f self before this. How about replac-? . - ilrl stove? C. W. Gray The store that saves you money The very finest Washington Apples All famiyj stock and in prime condition SEVERAL VARIETIES. THESE ARE A &NVAP AT PER CASE, $1.75. SECURE A CASE NOWiAND ENJOY GOOD FRUIT. HERE,ARE A FEW'SPEClALS VOU -WILL. APPRECIATE. NEW LAID SGGS-Fresh shipments coming-in dally. Price per dozen .............�. .50c, NO 1. CANDLED EGGF-, per dozen .......... 30c. KNEEHILL CREAMERY BUTTER-Fresh ^ churned: per pound.................... BROOKFlELD CREAMERY BUTTER- Price two pounds - for...............,.... 75c." SWEET POTATOES--Three lbs. f6r____25c. JERSEY CRA'N'BERRIES-per lb."...... 15c. CALIFORNIA' HEAD LETtUCE-PH- head 15c EXTRA FINE BANANAS-per dozen........ 50c WAGSTAFFE'S Pineapple; Green Pig .or Ginger Marmalade,, per.bottle ..... .v.......... 26c. -PHONES--- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept.' 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 628 Wholesale Dept. 1271. 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 j t Proprietor Phone WALTER MORGAN, 1078.  Manager i-r February discount* Sale - .\ � � -.'.7 _. , ���� �- 1. Stoves rand Ranges Reduced 20% Our Stoves and Ranig-es saye you money in fuel, so Imy now .whiljp: this big /price reduc- 30 7 ... 20 .. 12 6 -10 6 -10 - 2 -14 -12 -34 " 0 -20 28 6 18 7 10 8 20 8 16 2 9 - 9 - :\ -10 -24 16 8 23 1 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear .......... Edmonton, iair ........�. Battlcfcrd, clear ... Prince Albert ............... Regiaa, clear .....* ....... Minncdosa, clear ........ Port Arthur, clear ...... Nelson ........................ Grand Forks ............... Calgary, clear ......... ... Medicine Hat, clear .... Swift Current, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy Qu'Appelle, clear ....... Winnipeg, clear ...... ..... Kamloops, clear ......... Penticton, � clear ..; Very cold weather has prevailed in Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan, but farther west it has. been more moderate, and in Alberta comparatively mild. FORECAST,: Manitoba and. Saskatchewan-Fine,, becoming milder. Alberta - Fine and comparatively milder. CITY AND DISTRICT More Night Classes ' Night classes have' now been opened and are in full operation for instruction in woodworking, mechanical draw ing-and cooking. Now that the Manual training school has been completed, these classes are attracting-wide interest. '. tion is on. ALBERTA OUTFITTERS �I . This-year we have a particularly-fine assortment of this line, i^in Fancy Designs, Comics, Postals,'; etc. All Prices 5c to $1.00 esich- KENNY & ALLIN THE DRUG-BOOK STOKE Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing Chemists Rhone 1487 SB Rtt. 1. 10 SIAY MACLEOD METHODISTS WANT ..PASTOR TO- RETURN-OTH-V. ;\ ER PLACES ALSO V WANT HIM .;?-� in 'faVor of a strike ag- ^il^:^xi4l� An excellent variety-haB' M-faeen prontiaed for ,thi�>:�a,le.~ 68-1. Valentines OUR STOCK OF VALEN-TINES, POST CARDS, TALLY CARDS', PAPER NAPr KINS AND VALENTINE NOVELTIES IS VERY COMr PLETE' AfND OF THE VERY HIGHEST QUALITY. -SEE OUR WINDOW--i ii*�*ry. The Red Gross D: and Book Co., Ltd. Phope '656, Third Ave, k CITY AND DISTRICT New Offices Opened J. Harris & Co. have opened new offices on the ground floor of the Begin Block, Fifth street South. Will Haj/e New Offices Mitford & Co., real estate brokers, "will occupy new offices in the Sin-not building in a day or two. Boys'Sunday Club Dr. W. S. Galbraith will be the speaker at the Boys' Sunday Club in the Y. M. C. A., on Sunday afternoon. - School Board Tonight The regular meeting of the School Bb:ard:will be held" in the Central School this evening at eight o'clock. Alberta Gun Club The annual meeting of the Alberta Gun club is announced to take place on Friday evening, February 21. ! dr:hess' mp Disinfect your chicken yards, stock, stables,^, out houdes, hog^ pens, sinks, drains, etc., and* destroy jail odors; also prevent' an outbreak of contagions disease. -  � ' Dr. .Hess Dip and Disinfectant .bears the-United States Government's official rating at a^ra^Jo of.l part to 70 part's" of 'water for destroying Sheep Scab. Dtp your ''feheep, kill the hog lice and'all other kinds of lice and at the same time purify the skin. All parasitic skin disorders cured with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant. Guaranteed IN QUARX.HALF AND FIVE GALLON CANS J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The l&koJlZ Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Lethbridge Builders' Exchange A meeting of the Lethbridge Builders' Exchange will be held in the Exchange rooms, Sherlock building, on Thivrsday evening, at 8 o'clock. A Loner  One inebriate was the nights catch in the-police cells this morning. He appeared before Magistrate Elton and received the usual .treatment. �:: Back From Blalrmore J.,0: Jones; vice-president.of District,No. 18, U-.iM.'W.vo'f'A'.v returned Jast.night from a business trip to Blairmore/ i  Miners' Secretary in City Wm. Graham, secretary .of the Miners' -Union ;at> Coleman, is' in the city today on' business in connection with the coming miners' convention. Broke Mine Record On Saturday the mines at Hillcxest broke the -record for daily output, 1,-09qy.ons of coal being raised during the'day. Ail the Pass mines are working at XuH'blast. Off to the Coast  H. A. Driggs, of Grassy, Lake, arrived In the city yesterday afternoon, en- route for Victoria, leaving this morning for the west. He will be absent about three weeks. CITY AND DISTRICT Secured a Good Man ; J. B. Wllkie has-been appointed district manager for Lethbridge and surrounding country for the Imperial Life Assurance Co. ' - North Lethbridge Ratepayers The three municipal candidates are expected to be present at the meeting of North Lethbridge-'ratepayers held in Kennedy's ball this evening. Delegates Appointed . Jamea Glenister and Alex. Smith have been appointed delegates from the Lethbridge Builders' Exchange to the annua] convention of-the Canadian National association of Builders' Exchanges, to beihold In Calgary, on. February 18, 19 and 20. C. D. Leader will also .attend../, -v ..!. � An Error Corrected It appears that the Herald 'was In error yesterday in stating that H. E. Miebach had undergone an operation in Chicago recently. It Avas Mrs. Miebach, and she has recovered successfully. Cardston Visitors H. d, Fulsom, Cardston; Andy. Hep-pier and President E. J. Wood, of the Alberta Stakusines� again;* 'It appears, that- owf ing to the Jlghts being.out, Mrl K�m-': sley. .in getting off^the car was slightly"; ^njprfd-'; on the body; and face vby.: Popular Pass'Physician Weds ..Yesterday Dr. Allan Rosb, the popular Hillcrest physician, returned from a month's visit in the east. He aiir-prired his hest of friends in the Pass by bringing with him- his bride. He waa mavried In Niagara Falls, N. Y., on February 3. Mr. and Mrs. Hedley Bereaved ,TB^ death tcok place in the city this morning of Ina Emily Hedley, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Hedley.;-" The funeral which was private took place this afternoon at four >. o'clock'to the public cemetery. Rev. A; G..Cameron wag in charge of the obsequies. ;' - WARSHIPS FOR MEXICO ; W�sbjiigt�n, d.C, Feb. 11.-The bat-tles'hlpB 'Virginia and Georgian, of the ^tJantj6(fleet, steamed out from.Guan-^tanjsma^today for Mexico. The Virginia: w|U go to Vera Cruse and the 1 G^o-r^ian. to Tamico.  The Colorado and South Dakota, at Sanl.DlOgo, Cal., are under; orders to'flay for. Mexican ports oh the Pacific aide. 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 A,D Shredded Wheat Buscult, 2 for.................. 25c Two Cans Tomatoes. 35c vFr)rnch-Peas> pe,r can ...... 15c 3tt> Blue. Ribbon tea...... $1.00 Choice Dates .....;'........ 10c. 20tb SACK Bl 6. SUGAR, per sack Eggs, per dozen ....... Cabbage, 6tbe for..... Carrots, 5Tbs for Potatoes, 26tt>s for .... Potatoes, per cwt. ..... Turnips, 12tbs for ...'.. Ontario Cheese, per lb .. 350 .. 10o. .. 10o . 25c. ...88c ..�10e . 20c. $1.25 The Premium Grocery ,.-s' J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR S24>11th 8t South . Opposite Terrilte PHONE 874 Board of Health Wants $21,000 If the City Gounoll will agree to charge the Board of Health with not more than .JlBOO^-fjir. the Reed street house, removed to', the south' of the city.: ^or. an iaplaybn 'hospital,- the Board of Health'.will drop the controversy with, the acco'ujiting department. This is-practically ;i'n; accordance with a r&3olutioar passed by the Board at last night's - .meeting,, wiien .they agreed' to .adopt th& building inspector's,, valuation-: of the ihouse. Mr. Meech put the value-of the structure at ?125Q for moylng-. However, the Board Is willing to.submit to a charge ot $1500-no more. It is now up to the council,to deckle on the proper distribution of cost! ; The Board of Health will also watch the city a little more closely- on the monthly charges against that department.- Ijast year the1 Board of Health had it all figured out that $17,207.22 would payoff all their obligations. When the city accountant made his distribution of charges &t the end of the year, the Board found that It had spent $19,372.70. The additional ?2,-165.48 must have 'been lost in the shuffle, for the Board of. Health has not:found yet where' U went. However,, either figure 4s under the ap- propriation made them last year so the members have that much to congratulate themselves upon, anyway. This year the; Board will ask for a monthly distribution sheet, showing all. items of expenditure, and if there is any overcharge, or any which belongs to another, department the Board will know about It before it 1b Irrevocable. ... Little, outside the' consideration 'of the annual reort and the estimates, was accomplished last night.' The estimates for the year were' brought down, and the City Council will be asked to appropriate the sum of $21,-350, as against $20,000 last year. The proposed estimates are as follows: Salaries-M.H.O., sanitary inspector, secretary Board of ^Health, clerical assistance % 3,400. Inspector's buggy . 1.. ......  450 Scavenging-Day .work,. $ 11 ,-000; night work,: $1,200; stores, $300 ......------ .. 12,500 Isolation hospital maintenance, $3,500; office supplies �and sundries,'$500; contln- u gencies, $1,000 ... .... .... 5,000- $21,350 a Glass s pride m beer X PUREij SPARKLING, DELICIOUS YOU WlLfciFIND NO MORE REFRESHING, NQ MORE HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE ' 1 y,' . THAN THIS THE (iUALJiTV OF ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER IS INIMITABLE//BECAUSE IT IS- BREWED BY A PROCESS  PECULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETITORS CANNipT PUPLIGATE THE RICH, DELICATE FLAVOftTH^T BELONGS TO THIS BEER ALONE IF*YOU:NV#ftt THE BEST OF BEER, * BE SURE ;j(rs ALBERTA'S PRIDE" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MAYING COMPANY LIMITED^: PHON;E;.55i, 23 ;