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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 12,1913 THE LETHBRiSgE DAILY HERALD WILL BE m The Cost of the Firuit Will Make the Consumer Sour Any Way' Buy a lemon. And be handed a lemon. . One naturally expects to be handed a lemon when: purchasing; the ..-juicy oblong- BuV he does not expect to lisve Iji handed : to "him in the.�. usual. Slang me�rin�- of; the term. _. ... / C ;.' Buying a>lemou -and having,it handed out both^v'Ays, however, .is,just wjiat one'may ': expect these days'. \ iJack Frosty untimely visit to Sunny ' $jaUfornia;;tbis winter put a crimp iii, ^ho lenjon erop "aa'-.well as �?rop, Reports .-'received by local Wholesalers from the source of sup? Ply indicate that not only will the (Jujiply be veryjfimMed, but the prices will"' aviate; In fact, lemons, usually sold'at :^7i50 per case have, added to the/cost of high living by ascending to,1 the*-$10 plane. But the lernxm is^yery much a lenv-on when it is|'fruit. It is hard' to get lemons untouched by frost ev|^ft �en now.r And-wholesalfepi ara watcj}-;' ipg carefully toisee'. ihsij^the 'tioipp.) 'product is not pkltried^oltfcm th&i. prices down within the,4ctyi^f&\fc, Ordinary purse, 'and whqlesajgj.affulty dealers are' already, loolunj^tbi-.y^lle puth,wesU (or supply. . f> 'jP^jj^iS^. "Not so with the juicy orgnge^&iS is still ascending and promtso^sjo^Jn to. enter the realm,1 of "theCforoiddenl fruit." "IV V- '. /THIgL SENTENCED TO" rfj.i EIGHTEEN MONtH$ " R�a1na,'".Sask;,� Feb. 11.-lohn GV *Thiel, who" a tow days ago 'wais -found -guilty oft manslaughter by a jury af-jfer. two hearings pf the charge of murder against.'JiIiq,.,was ifchis morning sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment j In Reglna Jail, by Chief , Jus-'tice'Haultaln. - ' k: In passmgisentence, the Chief Justice stated he was influenced by, the jplea-ror^^mercy-fiput forward toy the dury, and'iftliio byitis 'own convictions (gained, during t?ie course of the trial.  i Before "sentence was passed Thiel itypked1 wmtottoVLi � to ,(>addi�ss,.,.ths, ittburt. ;. 'He stated;-that b� was 53 years of *a.g�, andJbegged (for a light sentence, pointing put that it would be a. dlfti- iftiiiiifa PHONES Offlc* 1224 Res. 1119 Ah, life is brief With shades that bend Across the way; - .And dreams ithat end At close of day! Ah, life is sad! One fleeting hour In Love's short reign- \A. faded flower And mem'ry's pain. Yet life is sweet: No night so dark But holds a star; , No storms but mark Where angels are. . -H. Graham du' Bois. Hostesses tomorrow; Mrs, W. D. L. HardSe. Mrs. G. Moth, 1233 Fifth South. Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. J. S. Stewart. Mrs. W, P. J. Aioxander . avenue Mrs. Donaldson, of Toronto, Ont., announces theengagement oi lwr ' daughter, Jean Donaldson Kirwan, ^Nftljr' York,;$>.''Mr. Winfield Bur-'rows JSifton,, feecond son of the Hon. Clifford and M>si:'Sifton, of Ottawa. * �  Lethbridge Lodge, No. 2, Knights of Pythias,' have/' issued invitations to their annual ball given in honor of the forty-ninth anniversary of the Knights -of Pythias, to be held K. of P. hall oh the evening of February 19. T.ha entertainment committee includes Messrs. * Conybeare, Robson, Dayjas, Saunders, Ritchie, Harper, Wallace-and Tate; while Messrs. Tay-1or\ 'Morris and Robson form the dance committee. The dance held in the S. O. E. hei' last ^veiling, under the auspices of tftjS Chosen Friends was very successful.--': Seventy-five guests danced l.o splendid music discoursed by four ~ - - |lto)!Bce� of Gaskell's orchestra, dainty Mrs. McKay, 615 Fourteenth *treetlj {pefTq,jhm�nts being served at half f6'uNG WOMX^f^l^^'FflOCK "Already the 4r*Hh*$, and Mrs.. Waddell, and Mr. and MfS! J.C Brown.  * STURTEVANT-FIX EN -A.quiet wedding was solemnized at Jtnox Manse this morning, when the Rev. A. G. Cameron united in marriage Mlsg ^Lillian Fixen, of Odebolt, Iowa \q ' iyj[r. Lee Sturfcevant, of Lucky Bojjh fcrlde and gToom were unat-tended, the bride having arrived, in the'city this morning from her.home :}ni; Odebolt. v Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevaht wjllileave fqf their future home in Lucky Strike tomorrow. February White Goods Sale STARTED THIS MORNING WITH A VIM. HUNDREDS OF SHREWD AND DISCRIMINATING BUYERS HAVE THRONGED OUR STORE ALL DAY, MAKING PURCHASES OF THEIR TOTAL SPRING REQUIREMENTS IN WHITE GOODS. SALE CONTINUES UNTIL SATURDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 22nd., AT WHICH DATE ALL WHITE GOODS WILL REVERT TO REGULAR PRICES-BUY NOW. . The Hudson's Bay Stores 1 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mrs. Lelliott-wilf entertain the G lif club .at the home of Mrs;-. Hot-sqn;906 Eleventh street South ;tomor-rqw evening The Hospital  Aid held a splendidly afttatided meeting tat, Uie . home, of M^s.; AlcCaw ysierd'ay afternopn. ,W^*n a great deaV of. sewing 'w,ap ;RceOmpllshed; 4 Si/j Cyprian's Parish -Auxiliary in liefldV holding a pantry sale ' at the J^pme of Mrs. F. Vf: Downer, West-t^itister House, on Saturday afternoon- next. . -, i&'fttfe Ladies Altar?'SocIet'y-e'fSt. Pat-T(qj('8 Church are holding a euchre In ^ still � to �|.ih. , J ^ '~^>'51|W.cainj>alg.n m^Ung th.en closed m.B?fe,cutlVel taking, iha^ge,-with Mrs, S^f-ii�;^;-'cl^,^- ^, Lix!ngstQn,.jAlb^ta .W^'C.^T. Ji.iWSanil2er'. will he with thftJocal m 1 **" union days at the beginning of March. The ladies decided to see what could bo done in regard to medal contest Work, and Mib. W. H. Conibear wa? placed in charge. L. T, L. work among children will also be taken. up, and Mrs. T. W. Quayle is looking after printing to be put in the Sunday school, if permis-sable. The literature box at -the depot is bcoming very popular, and Deaconess Udj"i8\in control, Mrs. Thomas Taylor is'.seejng about a second one being installed in the men's reading room. : A pleasant surprise was. sprune on Mrs. W. H. Conibear and Mrs. Thomas Taylor; when they were presnted with provincial life memberships. They will" receive tne provincial pins, gold set With"pearls. Needless to say, the honor was greatly appreciated'by Mrs;. Cpnibear. and Mrs. Taylor. .-" Covers  Were laid" � for fifty � guests, and^after'tife'various inviting viands had been done Justice to, the merry party - re'paiwed'.to 'the lecture rootn where i an enjoyable social time, was spent. ; ,t, ' �  Mi*s Diser, Miss Karin, Miss/Young, "Mr1. Qorneir-affa Mr;'-Bryancori'tributed pleasing'vocal solos, while ?a -duet by Miss Dlser and Miss. Fairbanks-'was thoroughly .aptreciate'dj Mr, Williams and -Mr: Pattersom-.enlivened' the pro--ceedings with clever readings. Mr. Rbynd' Evidently the -decision r of the agricultural societies, of Raymond) Ma-grath and C^rdston to refuse to ac-copt the offer of the Lethbridge Exhibition Soard lor amalgamation into one )ars/e Soutnern Alberta exhibition to be held in Lethbridge is not meeting with the general favor1 in the south. It was the opposition of Mu--crrath which m-ide tne-proposed amalgamation impossible: � Magrath had a different amalgamation in view: It is now established for a fact that Cardston was more.'anxious for "amalgamation with Lethbtldge than the public knew. Only e, few days ago the local exhibition't)6ard received a comnmniciition from - the' management Of the Cardston; fair; asking  if- the proposition were open to take, in-Card-ston, leaving the other twd towfts out if they wished to stay out.1--.. 'Magrath wants Cardston to"" sjmalgamatq, with themselves and Raymond to hold a combined fair at * Magrath." .Now ^ardston wants to join Lethbridge if-'the local-.board is willing. " However, the Cardston-;proposition cannot be entertained.-- ;.it'.wpuld.l,rei ,quire the co-operatjoncoJf^the -pther two towns to make, the big" falr'aTsuc- TELEPHONE Edmionton, Feh. 12.-The jroverii,-ment owned telephone systemTdtwAt-berta yielded a surplus of re^ei'nfs,' over operation and; .maintenance^?:-.1, penses during 1912 of $62,283;.-vTij^' the earning capacity- of the"s^lflBB^.\�; based- on 1907-1913; the � systflm iilJfts J yielded a profit of $407,692. , . %~. At the close of 1912 tbwq'pfami total of 16,350 miles of HneB In "oi||^. tion 8689 being on toll'litHs/..... 9671 on rural lines with a .total fefs'SSSr 812 subscribers. There .has; H&ftja^' much construction in each subseguent year since the province took, pVW&e i B611 system, December 31, .l?08^i(4s ; there was in.the fifteen years thajTtfce Bell system was in operation preViifus-1 ly. During 1932 there was conBtrUc|le&; 2494 miles ofMong-dlBtance�'lln^i'/dr : an increase of 59 per cent.;vand|;^- j 746 milee on rural lines, or- �^n^js.r: crease^of 06 per cent. Capital ei^n-"dltures 'wete-InereaBed duilng-the^er,:;:,' is! is t4� cess, and unless atl come in, � none.1 l0(ii from $3,830,035 to $5,727',288;iJ[d- can take advantage of the. offer. The Jatest development- seems to make it appear that the Magrath" fair for the three south towns.vwill not materialize... +'>''� WILL BE UP-IO-ol IN ITS EQUIPMENT -> ... NEW CREAMERY FUti-V MODERN AND BUSINEjB^ ^PROS-PECT3 ARE THE BRIGHTEST (Gohtlnuod' from front page): - \ ft "I sec the Board'ofrf-Iealthwfefll ask us toinst-al a sterilizer, in. tlje new "A*/ monton exchange is the :^o^w^^^M the city, 'in Calgary proylsfo^M^|� made for thelinstallation. ofsMqglad- _ f � flltiohalv lines; was increased:by 5,00:'Une.s/^lK(53I^JW| icine Hat and -Macleod exchanges'MfVpS been increased ^one hundred'M$M$$Mm less-*a.n,--industrial� is a. very good j the five hundred or. more vecrws one,-he �-tW}jjgh&^ -would/npt,pay- to^ tlie";disU-iot';iirlih5dlft,t\ily", sjiijeUndln^l/. 1 keep him on a .salary all the time,'-the city to meet" the city*'' demand-," ( � | wheri *the' Ufayor jcould do the work and we will depend "oTV'out^lde^tbwns', just a��' Well,- If ^.n industrial com- for the cream supply (or'bUtter-Mak*; miSsWner n.yere, engaged, he would (ing." ; favor, paying,, him'only forJ work ac-1 Warner to the Front'-vr, . complishhd,.- j , ., I '1,ne Board of Trade is' receiving ;. Mr. Gienister (many enquiries about tH^ne^r creain-- VB.-'^, Vounr and �raoU-1 ^- Warnsr savs thej ^-^pply i MRS JOHN KAYS HAJMpJBJ II kn^i^wMoM Mho .h*s bp?n. tri-... . -18 tertaihlng'iMrf, Grover Cirveiand and S^fi^jeard Mrs. Bepjamtn Hir-'&on at her home ~ - ~ - - -i-rii~r,-iririi-r^-wirn~^-.nrii>rii ifninrwirutnj^ ^LnaMnia ithMn�h that with dwtrret porth hay? WheM Shea! -sale �b\SsBSis,*^Hhrough that with nn ,1^^^^^-^-- --."J-...... JOfit fnanufacWrera, so that many be-/10"1' but an f JWfrfl**''n Washington uJvb*^"*^ b^'an^inyaluable man I----^--^^^lJa^J^J. - * on' ttfe*, IJcfunotl^t^ls yoar. ;;'M|mufaotur�'fB-'*ave-their eyes on the' wMf,' fbrHhpjrJSQe here the mar-kit '6t tne' near future. - Lethbridge cap Whd^O^drTes' if the right Kind are gjcjtte, ^fter-.^^e 'do hot want fac tojlep^ot'-^d^Rtgpi to the conditions they* would. nha,*here, We want'only th.os^wfiicrwo'ut^.be a success, With tthea'n!!fn'o%er�S4nrff^other.;*,coneesstoha h'er->'utlii> to I12#�St. S. 09 77 ;