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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETH BRIDGE The Dallas Hotel >� the Best and Most Convenient PlacetoStay Wear the smile which means cieaner clothes without irksome toil. Don't loose your peace of mind, or wear out your clothes any longer. The hard work is as bad for tliem as it is for you. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 VALENTINES! This 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 DRUG-5D01L,ST0RB Next Dallas Hotel.......Dispensing Chemist* � - Phone 1487 SATURDAY SPECIALS /Herc'Is a splendid chance, to save-on thesprice of a suit. We, are offering for Saturday* only;''splendidly Tailored arid stylish suits, regnlar values $15.00 and $16.00 for .....'.......... $9.20 .�Another big: bargain for. Saturday/: in-^Coat'Sweaters. Good assortment of colors. Regular values Jl.50 for........... .. 75c l^^bridg^Clo^hig House 403 FiFTH STREET SOUTH LETH BRIDGE;: COBALT EXPRESS WRECKED  North Bay, Fel). 13.-The G. T. R. Gjobalt evnrBss train from Toronto, way wrecked near Trout Lake this morning' by a broken rail, when the carp piled upvand turned over. Only two people were slightly injured, which is surprising considering that the �Pullman was turned upside/down. The train was running at good speed and. passengers were thrown from their-berths. The accident happened on "a level apbt only a few yards from a steep embankment. The fLpndon; Ont., Board- of Education, are desirous of securing legislation to make it an offence for candidates to advertise during election con-fccsts. ' ."v-' � �� �� �'. ' ,7 I # GLASS OF " ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER PURE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS YOU WILL FIND NO M0RE REFRESHING, :^NO MORE HE ALTHFjQii$�VER AGE , ' THAN'fT�I^v--- THE QUALITY OF ''ALBERTA'S BRIDE" BEER IS INIMITABLE,. BECAUSE IT IS BREWED BY A PROCESS PECULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETl-en{\yesterday at the local" ticket�W�bV. vHe "returned to the north-thlsdnorning. . i Builders Elect* Officers.- . -. Nothing. btrtvrouJhje ybuslue�si was discussed at the- annual3 meeting of the Builders* Exchanger.laBt nigr.u' in the SheTlock Block.-; -The, fpllov/',*g officers were elected.* for. the, ensuing year::"�; President-Ale,*.- Smith; vlce- president, Janies Glenister;. secretary, J.JFhHefc8i*,npeasL^sr, Glenfster-directors, E. T. � BcoadiJr Bunce, A. E. Dieseth and;,&;, Hayrr auditors, E. J. Carpenter and-;AivJS. ;Dieseth. . JAPANESE TABLE MATS SET OF FOUR ' 335c..�:� Off to the South � D. B.'Keynolds; of the United States FoTe6t:Servlce, registered at the Dallas-hotel last night. He left early this mdrnlng for the south. Travelling by Motor J.' E. DusBler, the well known con-trdotoi*/- of Lethbridge and Medicine Hafft with a party ,-'of- friends, motored to the city this morning from Calgary. They left during- the afternoon, for the Hat- :> ; ... 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 s  . To See the Politicians t City,-vSolicitor Ball leaves tomorrow for. Edmonton, in connection 'with the city, charter.. He will be away only three or four'days, but will make an-othertrip to.:the>eapitajl,' when %he bill is before the committeei.v . CITY AND " DISTRICT D. and &, Chap ' Only one disturber of the peace ap^ iienred in police caufit this _m,prnin. He was given the'usual three1 and costs for being inebriated.-. nuildlng-;Permft-� A!'J. Grisdaie, yesterday afternoon took out a permit for. a residence to be erected on Nineteenth street-Korth' at a cost of $1000.  BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFiSRi Phone 670, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hdtel The competing pides. of -St - Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary, under, the leadership of Mrs. C. R. Young,:will,hold.a^le of. home-made cooking .at the home of Mrs. F. W. Downer,'� 'Westminster House, on Saturday of t&ls week, from '& to 6 p.to. An: excellent ^vartety.'bjiis-been^promised-for this. sale. . .,64r-r2 Auction Sale of groceries,, dry gcods boptirSalid.'Blioes, ladles:andj'c^lldren,9, ready^to .wear, crpeker^;.  glaaswtyr.e^ Monday, February l'7v'at � 1.30,. i.m. reception of visitors. J A novel feature was the "visitor's book," wherei/vl*!-. tors registered. The store is openVfor business today. /sir r � i O'ff to Cranbrook. t- Mr. A; hi. pupe.ii, Diatriet Chief Ranger, of the J^isitrlct, for the. A. O. F., left yesterday afternoon � for Cranbrook to make arrangements for holding the next-district, meeting, which convenes this spring.in 'that city. .j,*' "Steamship Arrivals v',: The Canadian Pacific 'RiM.S. Empress of Britain is reported by wire"-lesB ejist of llalifax; due at St. John 9 p.m.-Saturday.; .passengers due in Winnipeg on Tuesday, and in Lethbridge on Thursday at ,3.50 a.m. .Boys'.Depa Arnentii nffii- The election of officers of the Boys' Department of the Y. M. C. A'., "will take place this evening. H.' H. Cor-san, t;he swimming expert, will be present, and give a short talk on swimming. � Nolan's Bridge Building � With practically all the material on the ground for the-inew bridge oven the Belly River,'af Nolan'* Crossing, Q.-Hedmark, bridge foreman, arrived in the pity" on Wednesday ' to .commence'^ work: The structure will, be coas^leiSS'arly In ithe summer,' '" Electrical Class Tonight .At the Electrical-class at the Y. M. id A. tonight, H. B. McElyea, of the local telephone exchange, will address the meeting on "Long Distance Tele: phone Circuits, Physical - and Phantom." Mixed Farming tne Jdss - R- AV. Pilling, of Spring Coulee, was in the city' today. Mr.-pilling is> looking, forward to tlie time when mixed farming; will become general throughout Soqthern Alberta. He is a. firm believerv in giving more attention to itlje raising of live stock and diversified; farming. �. : RELIABLE - f'uRNITURE AJT^ MONEY SAVING FIGURE We, offer during, our February * discount sale articles suitable { for, every room in the house'/AJ� price's: that mean' a' Substant: at" savins'; All prices reduced 20k4^; Phopic J735; * Dominion Bldck. Sixth Street * 1 frU'&l New Gas Bylaw " J. Staintour, of the Western Board of, Fire 'Underwriters, Winnipeg, spent yesiter'day in the city looking info the natural gas problem. Mr, Staintour wag. in consultation with Building In-8p'$6tor Mecch, and Fire Chief Hardy, relative.:to tho new bylaw governing gtBf'installations. ~ KXI^NpED FRANCO-U.'8. TREATY ..^Washington, Feb, 13.-Secretary: |Cnx>.\ "and Ambassador Jusserand to-, 44y ffgped a convention to extend for another period of Ave years the arbi-tr^tloit treaty between the' united jSt&ywSjutd France which vwlll.expire MaB.rch'12. This Is similar to the BTit: ishi arWtration convention-which ex>. Vteffifff limitation June 4, and which i ing'e^ohange of ratiflcation., , 1 *Vi'.' Past Tense yir^feard in Yonge b(.ree,t: � ( How.Vare you getting, alpng ^n'ithet law buplnesB, old man?" " , 1 � "I b$v'n one client." &j',lB,K&Hcb.r rJ''"H�J**�." ' 1 A VARIETY AD Shredded Wheat Buseult, 2 for.............26c Two Cans Tomatoes ....... 35c French Peas,.per can ...... 16e 3tb Blue Ribbon, tea- .�- .. $1.00 Choice Dates .:.... 10c. Eggs, per dozen ........... 3Se Cabbage, 6tbe for......... 10o Carrots, 5tbs for.......... 10a Potatoee, 26Tb� for........ 26c, Potatoes, per cwt...........86c Turnips, 121bp for____10o Ontario Cheeeei per 1* ... 26c. 20tb SACK B.C. SUGAR, per saok........................ $1.26 The Premium Grocery M RECEPTION ,ROOM8, LIBRARIES, DEN8,' BILLIARD " ROOMS AND' BEDROOMS. , .: ', WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF BEST QUALITY PAINTS'AND VARNI8HES AND KALSOMINES IN ALL SHADE8; WATCH.F.OR THE DATE OF OUR OPENING THEN COME IN AND LOOK'OVER OUR BEAUTIFUL? STOCK OF. 8EA80N'S OFFERINGS. ' ' WELLINGTON BROS. NOTE THE ;ADDRE8S:> i , SHERLOCK BUILDING 101 � Fort William, Feb'. 13.-The board of Grain Commissioners, will hold meetings throughout Western Canada* to Vancouver, opening "at .Winnipeg February 21, and closing at Melville, April 10. Among the questions which will be Kive&: ftjjiearlng are: The etencUling of cai'Sj ,:rules and regulations for the 'establishment' of a sample market on the first of September, 1913; Vessels loaded .for winter storage a't th� head of'the Jakes; special binning in country ielevators, and any other matters-tli8,t': may^ be-brought up before the; hoard. , . � - . '� ,i On B'elng a � Schoolmaater � j "(San Francisco. Star) "What are you going to do. when you grow up, If you, don't know how to; read, write . and. ;Qlpher7", asked ''a school teacher, of a lazy; stupid-boy.: "I'm going to be a schoolmaster, an' make the boys do all the readin', writ* in'; an' cipherin'," replied-the hoy/ V NOTHING FINER THAN LIBBY'8 CANNED GOODS PEACHE8-1'b^. ................ Pep t,n� 20c' .tWottln�,for364 � 'i-2J4's : ..per tin, 25c; - , APRlCOTS-^l'sV.. ... ...... ...per tin 20c; two tine for 35c a - 2'/a'� t., 1 '...........per tin, 25c; ( PEARS_1's i,..J-:.i'.! ab t-t'wi-. .......  ....... . ....... 4. i.^wm&-ma 73 ;