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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE^ DAILY HERALD WHEN IN UETHembGB The Dallas tifctei Is the Best ahd Most Conven lent Place to,8y>y GE We ,can: furnish your kitchen with modeto utensils that will make \, > cooking easy ? . G; %. Gray "^Th4 .store that ; saves'-you'money" *�-� � . � -: � , : '*'��'� ' --J* -->-.....�� � EverytKing thaiVGood to Eat Lunch at the International when you feel "hungrv. Our meals afeJhoted7-:f or 'their qual-ity. � * JHE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOE-5SLY ,.t;A Proprietor -t v ..^WALTER MORGAN, Phops*4073 Manager l Euriii'ture, Cafrpets, 8$q,v&s or- Rarige^it will { P \mJ you to'investigate,; our February Dis-p" V-'. count. Sale. - 1 ' ' ... Everything: Itedueeil 20% alberta outfitters VALbNtfflSl * ': ,  This year we have a particularly,, fine assortment of this line, in Fancy Designs, Comics, Postals, etc. J ' ; All Priced 5cMM.0& each :. kenny. 4>:mjn; : flispeijsl^Ch'ijmtsti 77 Next Dallas.Hotel. Pnd'ne 1487 If..' brum mint: " of uhle children deplorable conditions of ..child labor in new york .  'state . (W. A. P. Repor.) Albany, N.Y.,/Feb. 12.-How child-tre'n offender as� slave for* hours in" ipapning^sheds with their blistering' ,,'fo.fingers wrapped in' rags, while others M'toU^m: tenements,: malting toys, flow-*^'ers and' pliin|e^; and how women toil ||^eScessij�i5(f;|.soinetlmes for mete -plt-"yjitances;"din industrial' institutions in. i .this- state,' -is described in the report-, J^?df?t*^ New Toxic" State."factory invest^ fcyi'igatihg'-'committee, which wag1 sub-,' mitted today to the legislature. �:;The' report says that the canners' 'i r VOP^^S in the rural districts have. te'i^jiieVer obejcd the State child � labor, Ej$t\'U$l "becauee they never had to.'j They-^jV,^*^..��n tended that their ""sheds in j^f'^vjUdh the children snip beans aid k'^uplt^^nii are apt 'factories,' and |^Veao fhefl9 iB ��m ctttomipsion holds, has'.been \hel),E)'w4s thrpVing. spme b�an snipV�pjifv?t?aiioth'er; His -iaiber hit ..aiitt'i4imaUjr�80ro88..-'the^'tse0;v�iid set him to snipping again. .-� f . ,;One 6t thp: work inspectors was an lt^Ua,n.! The' irispecto>�left',tbe shed at -9:3&* that /night. A^ot a .dozen children-wererstill -there, oicd half of th,�, floot sWaav,8; 636 . Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear".; . . 45 � 28 ! Edmonton,..fate .vV . . 42- 46 SO Medicine Hat, clear . 40 26 Battkford, clear .. . 38 24 Prince Albert .-. .. . , 26 Swift Current, clear . 28 26' Moose Jaw, clear . 31 13 28 11 Qu'Appelle, fair .. . 24 8 Minnedosa, cloudy . 16 6 Winnipeg, cloudy .... 14 4 .02 Port Arthur, clear. .. - 8 .04 26 16 27 18 �32 14 22 ' 6 The weather has turned rauca milder throughout Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, and has been very mild in Alberta. . .�  Forecast Manitoba-Fair and milder.' � Alberta and Saskatchewan-Fair and mild today, and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT On Routine Visit ' F. R. Pennyfather, in charge of locomotive power on the C. P. R. division west of Lethbridge, is in the city today on a regular visit. May Have, a Ball. The members of the various staffs at the City Hall will, hold a meeting ton.igbt for the' purpose of. arranging for their annual ball. � ' ^'r* Want.Liability Act'Amended  At,-the meeting pf th^wlpcal. Builders' Exchange to be .held Jn their board rooms this evening, two important resolutions wlllv be- framed fpr submissionjto -the provincial- convention of Builders? Exchanges'to'be ^held in Calga-ry shortly. .One will deal with, the Employers' liability. Act,=the other with, the Mechanics* -Lien "Act, l The builders object to'tlie^lrat act, believing it goes too far.-' They ask that the employer be not- lia'ble' unless the emplcyee^ls either permanently disabled or "death* is .caused by accident, and then that the amount paid for disablement shall be no;morei than would be paid in qase.of death..They will also ask for a/different method of arbitration of disputes. ����So far as the Mechanics' Lien is concerned, the amendment will deal with the duration - of. lien, � and the credit of the-customers.. ..It is designed to be especially.- helpful to farmers. ^ . Both these matters .were dfscussed at some length at the,provincial Bj>'1J ers' Exchange convention here last' April.- " " -  .:v Valentine'Concert . The following is the p'rpgr&mme of iher Westminster Sch:ool concert, to be held tomorrow evening in Galbraith school. There should be a-large audience to heaT the pupils: ''-�  Chorus,'"O, Canada";" Phairman's address, W. A. Haailton; rrscltaticn, "My Valentine," Jess~ie: HedenBtrbm; maze march, girls- o'f .grades-and 8; speech,- ex-Principal R. R. Davidson; recitation, "Funny.: Little Brownie," Jack Stevenson; dialogue, ''Cinderella," nine pupils of .gr.?.de.'3*," motion chorus, the Kindergarten; recitation, "Little Cock Sparrow," Willie Giles; cho-rus, "Sweet and-Low";' dialogue "Dolls'-Hospital," seven girls of grade 2; fancy drill, girls of grade, 4;- chorus, "Rule, Britannia!";' speech; ex-Principal H. G. Long; dialogue, "The Model Class," eight boys o? grade. 5; recitation, Hilda Morris; comedy act, boys of grade 2;"chorus, "Men o� Harlech"; recitation, d'An Obliging : Sister," Hurga McLellan; speech, ex-Prlncipal C. E. Brandow; solo, Miss Lumbard; dialogue,- "Taking the Census," five pupils of' grade. 7; sash drill, girls of - grade 3; selections, "Time's Roses." "Mother o" Mine," "The Rosary." Rhynd Jamieson. . Valentines OUR stock- OF . VALENtines, post CARDS. TALLY cards," PAPER NAP-KINS. AJ^p, VALENTINE NOVELTHSSJSyS VERY COMPLETE and OF THE VERY highest'quality. �-rSEE OU'R-WINDOW-- CITY AND DISTRICT The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. !  On i. O. O. "F. Business Jt E.Terrill wer to Blairmoro yesterday afternoon in connection with I. O. 0. F. business affairs. Boys' Department Officers The annual election of officers of the Boys' department of the Y. M. C. A. will take place on Friday evening. ' ., Going to Victoria F. E. Mason, of the Mason 'Land-Go., leaves tomorrow for Victoria, on land business. Passburg Visitor W. L. Hamilton, manager of: the mine at Passburg, is spending a few days In the city on business. - A Model City Two.; clear dockets in one week is a" new record- for police court: There were none on the list either Tuesday or today. Phone 555 Third Av* DR:.HESS' Disinfect your' chicken yardis, stock-stabiesr- cnt housesi hfsg-.peps, slnjtSj drains,, etc., aid-' destroy j&Il odprs; also pfevefit" an outbre*ak of contagious diseasev"""-' Dr.- Hess Dip -and- Disinfectant-bears -the- United states' Government's official rating at a, ratlp of 1 part -to 70 parts of water for destroying - Sheep.Soab..... vDip-' your>'dheep, kill vthe hog lice and'all'other kinds, of lice and-at the same fime purify the.-'skim � : John. Halsted, district freight superintendent of the C P. R., is in the Icity from headquarters at Calgary. ' Will Move Offices i The.Middle West Lumber Co. will rmove their-general .offices, from:Fourr jteenth street South to the,Royal Bank .(Building, Third avenue South, on March 1. � . ; .i � Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the- week /ended today ,amount; $466,G33,, as compared with $548,417..for the corresponding period last yea,r. !� � :-Trades and Labor Meeting The Trades and Labor Council Te-puest all'delegates to attend ,a meeting" to be held this evening at eight o'clock in the Labor Temple. Important business. .i Socialist Lecture A large audience attended the lecture'given by A1C Budden, the well-I knawn-Soclalist speaker in the Trades an'of Labor Hall last evening. � Mr. "Sudden was warmly received and bis aaaWss.aroused much appreciation. "�;>U.. -rr-r- . . .ft* ;.. California Visitors ' f-M.r.-aiid Mts. W.- Rutherford, San �Franc{|co," were visitors In the city 1 {l^'day^en route to the. coast, :� ; Mr. ' iRuthe.!^ord is . very much Interested-iin'Southern Alberta" and.-1 Its' farming methods. � ..... � i � - � � ��� 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 ...r.'...'......... ........... 26c TWo: Cans Tomatoes .; 3Bc French Peas, per can .. 16c 3fb Blue Ribbon tea1;.....:. 81.00 CHolcc Dates ,.....i,. ,\\..,: 10c. Eggs, per dozen...........35c Cabbage, 6tbs for ......... 106 Carrots, 5tbs for.......... 10o Potatoes, 26tbs for........25c. Potatoes, per cwt. ......... ,65c Turnips, 12tbs for.......... 10c Ontario Cheese, per lb ... 20c. 20tt> SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack........................ $1;2S The Premium Groceiry "/ :. ' J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR ".: ," '' , ; � $24.11th St. South Opposite Terrtlle PHONE 874 off to LAI MAGRATH COURSE officers to take to qualify for COMMANDING- POSITIONS CITY AND DISTRIGT Are After^Position been received at the City Hall-fok'vthefj position of park superintendent, Jn.adef vacant by the resignation ' of-;SHp'tj Mitchell. ' i,.To; Look :Over Ground ; .EHiv.Falpy,..of; Foley:.Bros.', -railway contractors, .part: of:! the jgradei.on the, C.: B.'.'.R: .west--of ^ Stirling, arrived, in i Use-city ^yesterday ^fjArnoon from Edmonton.. / .. BUSINESS LOCALS . � -  .,..r ' 11 �'.' ..v -  REX TRANSFER, Phone 670, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldaie hotel The competing sides of St. Gyprtan's Parish Auxiliary, under .the leadership of Mrs. C. R, Young, will hold.arsale of home-made cooking at the home,of. Mrs. F. W. Downer,, Westminster' House, on Saturji&y'of this w.eek,;from 3 to 6 p.m. An; excellent" Variety ?�as. been promised for'this sale.*- 54-2 C. O. F.~The lodal 'cduu't of? the C. O. F. will meet/in .the, K. ofr;P. hall this evening -at'^S/pjm,; sharp. The mqst importa,fet -debate pt' the season will Ue held,; on the ;destvu�t-iveness of fire .and-viter- ,. mein-htaa Diuase turn out'early. ;> -\ Y. M. C. A. Poster Club-Met r' j. At a meeting of the.Y;-M; G.'Ai'p'bsi ter club; held last evening, an'excellent illustrated talk- on"Art"'Was-gtv-' en by'James Meade. .'Another:meet-, ing will be held next 'Wednesday, when Mr. Scares will-speak on/wln-, dow card advertising. He Is Here All, Right -. -.- ; ,. : The Gardston jpofrespondence yes ter day stated that~"Ted" Hayes; of the C. P. R. at that point,*en promoted to the c'hi|f: clerkship'In the 'freight offices" atrLethbridge; Mr. Hayes was appointed chief clerk in the yard o-fflce.'andv-Mt. Roberts is still doing efficient work as, chief clerk in tbo fre'ight'nffice". ; It was. just a mix-up in offices. ' ': � * - ... Dry-Farming Congress . The first issue ot.''Dry-Farming," the" bulletin issued'' by> -the Dry-Farm-ing. Congress, 1ms-been received from Tutea,, Okl�.^ th;e; new headquarters of. 'the organization, .Many compliment-iary eeference?: ;ar*� made to Leth-brfdge;and the bpest, the 9ongress> received here. Tulsa^s,a city df about 35,000^^tne Congijetis is off to a good start tot.:anotheriy^'ar.. J i ��.'! .;To; Rush .Superstructure. .-s. -T'-" fL.Navin,'; of; NavlttrBr.os;, -Moose � .Taw>-.conti"actorsfar.:tlieine.W post*of-i face -puilding,- arrived Jn jthe! clty, for a te.w. ,da.y$, - and iiviH.-.;waker. grange-: ments, for .thoppnimenoement'pf swoxk: on--Vh.e i: i'..-:.:.f .... -it ... .Lopklng-for.: More f. , .  '�'Mr.> Fteniing,' an independent, live stock bujer, arrived in. tile city yes-t^rd^ay from Calgary.; It 'was he who purchased th,e carload ef cattle- at Magrath recently, which brought $7.50 on the ;Calgary market, a new record for Alberta. Mr. Fleming is looking for more of the same.- hands.and FEET BADLY FROZEN Kenora, Ont, Feb. 12.-James Anderson',- son of James, once Hudson's B�y factor, lies bore in the-Jubilee Hospital, having arrived with two bady frozen hands and feet. While snowsihoelng off Big Lake, north of White Dog; last week, he:went through the ice, and after getting out, travelled to a shack some distance off, In ^remote part of the district; He remained there for three dsy's'i twlthout food or fire. He was ^'luiosttf,on the verge of starvation whejp.h'elp came In the person of his Magrath, jh>b 12.-This morning Major Frank � Foray-the, accompanied by,'.his;corps oE offtcers,.Leo Colo-man, I Jame'S".-Mercer,.-rHydc Taylpr, "Alva' Passey; left for Rincher Creek, wher,e they � will GRA-ND JURY TO " ' " ' * '/ �-�:!,: i " INVESTIGATE'CHARGES Charleston,' W., Va.1,Fen.', ja.-^Pro-secufor Thomas C^Townsend 'conferred'- today with � Judge 'Lit'tlehage and lJudge Heriry "H: Black'concerning the-'calling of a special^grand. Jijry-to Investigate: 'the alleged charges � ofv bribery in-connection witli the campaign for -United^States 'Senator/' ,,'v .:- While no ' datewas" announced", it was sta'ted that the  granfl.Jury "would be called early; next 'week", '�poftsibly on' Monday, and .the would enter into; every phase of the sensational situation ���� which arose when, the five members of. the legislature were /arrested -'yesterday afternoon.charged :Wl6h;brlbeey;^"-"- . A GLASS OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER PURE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS YOU WILL FIND NO MORE REFRESHING, NO MORE rtEAL^l9FUL BEVERAGE " tHis \ Ml -/"'Hi'. THE QUALITY OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER IS . INIMITABLE^ BECAUSE IT IS BREWED BY A^ PROCESS PPCULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETI-'; TORS CANNOT DUPLICATE THE RICH, DELICATE4j FLAVOR TH>T BELQNGS TO THIS BEER ALONEl$ If TOU MVMSIT THE ^EST OF BEER, *'BE SURE^ ^|T'S ALBERTA'S PRIDE" THE LE^BRIDGE ;BREWINr'>j!iL|b, MALTING COMPANY LIMITED 5) ' '-tmrnfim^' ����� 7711 ;