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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD  WHEN IN LETVHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel' Is tho Best and Most Convenient, Place to,Stay_ The very finest Washington Apples ; All fancy stock arid in prime condition new laid eggs-Kresh. shipments coming'in dally. Price per dozen ........'    ; �;   50c no 1. candled eggs, per dozen 30c. kneehill creamery butter-Preali ciuirned; per pound................^Oc. brookfieldcreamerV butter- � Price two pouuds for................... ySc OF ALL KIPrt>S Table cutlery bought from ug means utmost in service and durability. In the satisfaction of having good things in your home and the final touch of elegance on 'vMchyou pride youiaelX when entertaining guests. CW.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money�� 310 5th Street Phone 761 -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62i Wholesale Dept. 1271 SWEET POTATOES-Three lbs. for ........ 25c. JERSEY CRANBEFiRIES-per lb: .......... 16o. CALlFORNi;( HEAb LETTUCE-per head 16c EXTRA FINE BANANAS-^per dozen ....... 50o WAGSTAFFE'S Einea,pp!le, Green Fig or Ginger Marmalade, per "bottle' .....;.. 2Sc. High Class Gi-occrs, Fruit and Con-iectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONE3-~-, Grocery Dept. 62B Wholesale Dept 1271. Get Tke Habit DROP INTO OUR STORE ON SATURDAY; EVENING FOR YOUR SUPPLY OFiSUNDAY'READING.^ ALL THE LATE FICTION, MAGAZINES, PAPERS, ETC. N , KENNY & ALLIN Next Dallas Hotel. THE BUUG-BOOK STQKE Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 WEAXHElt Lethbrldge, cloudy.... M Edmonton,'clenir.. .. -li ' 34' Calsary, cloudy......50 40. Medicine Hat, fair .... 48, 42 Battlefcrd, cloudy. .. 16 6 .10 Prince Albert, snowing ; R - 8 .10 Swift Current, fair .. '40 30 Moose Jaw, snqwing.. 31 ' 13 .30 -Minnedosa, cloudy ... . G -^-ilO .14 Winnipeg, fair ...... 2 -,S. Port Arthur, cloudy .. 22 -8 Kamloops, clear .,'34 .32 Nelson.....34 ^4 .10 Pentltfton.....i ... 'si . 23 Grand Forks .. .j, ,. .; 32 jll Fordcastii.,." Manitoba and; Saskatchewaa-rMod-erattely cold winds, light snowfalls. Alberta-Fair and n^lld today and on Sunday. , ' v Have Baby Photographec . " I lifive been "catcliinsf* babies in their cutest jjoses for years and some, of the best -baby pictures in town are products of my sjtudio. Bring in the Babies ,^ Photographer apf THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CITY AND DISTRICT -^-� Sold Fine Hupmobile The H. T. Henderson Auto Co. yesterday sold one of their fine Hupmo-biles to Adams & Sons, Champion, who express much satisfactibn with their purchase. Overseas NeW Secretary .On account of tbe resignation of Overseas Secretary' Rosewain, who has left the city, Mr. L. Jones has been elected secretary of the Lethbrldge branch. To Attend Grand-Encampmeitt.,,,. District Deputy .Grand Chief Patri-afcij'j. E, Terrill will leave ^tomorrow morning for Calgafy to'.^atrfehd the Gvand Encampment of the. I.'O, F..' which opens in that city pn Sfonday. Will Address Boys Dr. \V. S. Galbraith wliraddress, the meeting of the Boys'. Sunday Cllub in ti;6 Y, 31. C. A. ,tomorrow,attern,pbn at 4.15.' All boys oveTtfl'eVe "years of age are. Invited to be present Express Superintendent VVias Here Divislphal Supt. R. Heime,'. of the Dominion Express Co., at Vancouver, �was in the city yesterday fu'cohnec-tion with matters pertajnirig to the delivery area. y - � JAPANESE TABLE MATS SET OF FOUR 23e i)cr set JAPANESE ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADES 35c. each The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Ava. CITY AND DISTRICT V'� Memorial Concert '. Monday, February 24, has been fixed as the date of the Scott Memorial concert, which will take place in this city in the Sons of England Hall. � ^ Associate Boards Meet . A meeting of the executive of the Southern Alberta Associated Boards of Trade'hfis been called for Monday afternoon at one o'clock in the office of the' secretary, Hull Block., City Council Monday Tlie City Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday afternoon when the power question and the salary in-cr^eases will be the main business on the boards. CriY AND DISTRICT i .,,;:;.�BuildinB_'Perrnit � r3.- Bannennan/ street B 6at^^,'li'as 'tAfcen out a building permit lorja'hDuse'addftion to' cost �300. '*? � : Behind' Closed Ooors -wlChe-hearing tof the man. Mercer, charged -with Indecent assault on a .^-Jitayifot+hs oltyoaiPecamber -10 -last, was'started in police court this mffrn-)ngi'B. appearing for the accus-^di .who elected to be tried summarily, .fl'ha : THISMAY BE THE'SECOND TIME^ ISO DO IT? HOW! � . ' ADDRESS. p^fHoy^d Crown Soaps, Limited Miners' Executive Arriving Clem Stubbs, president, and A. J. Carter, secretary, of District No. 18, y. M. W. of A., are expeeted to arrive in Lethbrldge, tonight, to'attend the miners' convention opening in' the Labor Temple on Jlonday.morning. . Manual Training" College "The evening classes, under the control, of Mr. Bailey are now in full swing on Tuesday and Friday, even^ Ings. A olass for;teohaicat.drawing was commenced last night, under the charge of an in�tmct6r, wfio has had good experience of this Work in evening schools elsewhefe, and.all interested are requested tb attend on Tuesday evening at 7.30, So, that everyone may commence 'the session together. Knox Church Services Minfster, Rev. A. G., Cameron; services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m*. Morning subject, "The Desire of the Ages." Evening, "A Personal QueEtlon." Sabbath school and Bible cla.sses at 3 p.m. Chinese class at 4 p.m. Mcrning anthem, "In the Last Days It Shall Come to Pass" (Rogers); offertorj-, quartette, "Chri.stian, the Morn Breaks Sweetly O'er Thee" (Shelley), Mips Lumbard and Simni and Messrs. Mc-Gougan and Fleming. Evening anthem, "Fear Not, 0 Israel" (Spicker); offertory, solo, "My Redeemer and My Lord" (Buck), Miss Lumbard. A cordial welcome to all. District Court , The following is the docket for the sittings of the District Court, which �opens on Tuesday: Large d�bt-Henderson Garage vs, Alexander Slllling C6;; Thomas vs. Bulman. Small debt -Cltizene Lut^ber Co. V^. daUaglier; i Rolph & Clark, Ltd., vs. J...etbbridge 1 Messenger Service;  Sets vs. Kenuey; 'smith vs. Anderson; Sihgvi' ScwWg Machine Co., vs. Leavy.�t al; Garry vs. Itaspare; Holt vs. Barons School District; Rosers-Cunningliam -Lumber, Co. vs, King;'Plonee!r Lumber Co. vs. Rudd; .Pearson vs. Clark; Pioneer Lumber Co. vs. McDonald; Citizens Lumber Co. vs. Gauzer; Schwartz vs. Paul; Pioneer Lumber Co* vs. Scott. Workmen'a Comp^nsatipiir-SyniakVs. Canadian Pacific Railway Co,. unday Hours 10-11 a.m. 8-9 p.m. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. TAc Store -------g-^,f)iT-;'T~7~^r'-"/"?T^"^-, TELEPHONE NO. 322; Another School Concert A school concert similar to the one given by the Westminster school last evening in Galbraith school, will be held in the Fleetwood School' on March 19. . Swimming Tests H. H. .Coraan, the s:wlmmlng expert at the Y. M. C. A., will.hold tests for boys learning to swim during the week, as foilows; Special juniors, 0 to 9;30; Fleetwood and Central, 9.30 to 10; Westminster,, 10 to 10.30. Mr, Corsan will also give an exhibition of expert swimming next Thursday evening. i'- . . Will Meet In March The monthly meeting of the executive of the Lethbrldge District of the Alberta Sunday. School association has Ijaan poatDoned uutil .March 10. .ia order to give the department sup-eirintendents fin opportunity to complete their reports.. At the nex-t meeting It is'^expected that arrangerannts will be outlined in view of the Provincial convention which, will be held in this city this year. Handsome New Citadel of Army . fPontinuefl from front pace). 1  ii eiTY AND piSTBICT Visiting,\Vetaaklwin- a'. ^; E. Sloan, of the'Ellison MUlInp; COi, left yestei'daj' afterr.npn ^on a" visit to WetasUiwin oveftho'week. uB tlieatres have been irich'"times of blessings, and many 'sbuls (have, bten converted. God is Irrovrespector of places to worship.In, � PThe EnBlgn and Captal^n have 'won the-h�ai'ta 6f the good people of Leth. |bVldge5'|�y 'their goodness and devo-.tfori^fto the call of ditty day or night for'-ChTiBt, arid tliey will' leave this clt)'*^-witii the true words spoken of ;tlieni, '-'Well done,- yooi good and faith, fill servftits of God." : > ';-,H.-DAWSON,' -S's-^^V. � Corps Cwrespondent. Artistic Wail Paper We Beg to Announce that We, Will shortly open our new store in the SHpLOCK jBUILD|fe -T-WITK A,'.COMPLETE; LINE-OF the. "BEST AND:: LATEST",' IN ...HANDSOIvi.e WAUL PAPERS.. NEW AND OF HIGH .QUAL-ITY-^THE SORT OF PAPER THAT THE ~ EYE )DOES NOT' WEARY OF-THAT SETS OFF PICTURES AND HANdlNGS: BEAllTlFijt'tJESIGNS ^N DAMASKS, SILKS,STR(Pe1i; TAPESTRIES, DENIMS, FLORA'l DECORATIONS AND GILT PATTERNS,: SUITABLE ; FOR PARLORS, HALLS, DINI^'G-ROOMS, RECEPTION ROOMS, LIBRARIES, DENS, BILLIARD ROOMS AND BEDROOMS. , : " WE, ALSO CARRY A FULL I INE OF BEST QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES AND KALSOMINES IN ALL SHADES. WATCHJFOR THE DATE OF OUR OPENING.THEN CblVIE IN AND LOOK' OVER OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF SEASOfi'.S �� O'FFERINGS. � .��^ :�,.]''�' WELLINGTON BROS. ' our-Di nr.!/- Dllll.n NOTE THE, ADDRESS: SHERLOCK BUILDING EDUCATIONAL. OFFER Fourteen Young Ladies to go to Col-. lege and Ten to. Visit Europe The Canadian Cpurler of Toronto, Csii^ilii-v si eat M5ttflTi.ll: Weekly....has arranged the most magnificent educational offer that has ever been made on the' continent. By .fhis offer fourteen young ladles;-:tci be selected from various .parts, of,. Canada, will each get a year In a leadliig ladles' -oollego, andtfn.young ladles will have a trip �to Europe:^''""'"v'V � � .^-^��.-::t Tlie twenty-four fortunate young la- dles who share in one of these opportunities will do so- without coat*to:' themselves^ the entire expense of the-college course, or the trip, being paid by the Courier. It Is a magnificent,, , offei-, and hundreds of young ladies ! tviu be jKxiouE to'avail tliemBelves of the opportunity, ^f;th^^y possibly can.''^ Great care will be. ex^tolsed. iu'the' selection of the young ladles .who go to college or enjoy: th-c: Eiiropean trip,': and only gll-Is of excellent character. will,be accepted.-, . ' , . The advertisement in .the classified columns of. the. I-I-erald gives informa-: tl$5a mssrding.. where .to write for,; particulars of the bffer.  ' 7" ' OUR GROCERY NOTHING FINER THAN LIBBY'S CANNED GOODS PEACHES--I's...............----... per tin, 20o; two tins for 35c " 7ri!'4'i:J. 'i'iV>:f'''-  �: , �:^i/-K.S';i . 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