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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vv rvilfetfPREE BUS TO.ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta [ -WHEN- IN -L-ETHBRlbQE  The Dallas. Jiotel. It the Bestianfl Meet Convon-lent Placfe, to.v tay" . ITS 22!! AlICERS JStm KNIVES XOBODY CAN DO GOOD WORK WITH poor tools. A poor mechanic can do'better work with good tools than a good worlcman can do with poor tools, as much or more depends on the tools as on the man; besides good tools save time. Our tools are the best and the price is right, � C W. GRAY "The Stores'That Saves-^Vou Money" 310 5th Street, Phone 761 QUALITY AND SERVICE IS ALWAYS MORE EFFICIENT Where detileia 6{)ef:lniize in certain lines. We speolaltze: In;' HlpH CLASS GROCERIES AND FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, and continunUj' aim at tHe.'j^iO ,po.int,-T-EFFIp|ENCY. We havojuatreciJrved another shipment of the Famous Tea' OTaHen Preserves 'and Table Fruits, and this being the Fourth^ Shipment within the last three raonfhfe you can rest assured" that the quality and prlcop are right. A few lines are:  V TABLE RASPBERRIES-18 oz. bottles. Price each ...>.�....�... ............. 40c. TABLE ROVAL ANN: CHERRIES-18 02.' bottles Price caoh ..... i^,.,. �...,....... ^.. 40c. TABLE BING CHERRtES-~18 C7. botlpR, Price eaoK -------."...................... 45c. TABLE PEARS, 'JO oz. bottles Price efloh ----............... 50c. MELBA WHOLE PEACHES, 3.=i oz. bottles. Very fancy, price-each . 75c. MINCE MEAT, 40 p2. bottles, something very fine. Price each............................ 75c STRAWBERRY PRESERVES-20 oz. bottles. Price, okcli ........'.........----....... 65c QUINCEPftESERWES-r-Woz bottles. Price efiah - -^.^.;................ 36c. GRAPEFRUIT. MARMALADE-16 07,. bottles. Prfce-'oacli ;. ;!.................... 35c. BLACKBERRY ;MA'RM"ALADE-16 oz. bottles. Price, eaph :. '.".'r:.35c. CRANBER'hY^SAUCE.^lS oz. bottles Price � dndli .^..-i................ 40o. ASSORTED MARMALADES-IG oz bottles Price eaca ....... v.. i......... ......... 35o. SPECIAL TABLE STRAWBERRIES-18 oz.fiotflos Regular.40c Jln?.:Priae..................30c. -PHONES- Grocery Dept, 6ii . Wholesale Dept 1271, THE GOOD COMPANY High Cla98 Grocers, Fruit, and Cbn> fectibnery. Wholesale anid \RetaiI -PHONES- . Grocery Dept. 82B Wholesale Dept 1271. NyaFs Laxacold Tablets Are what you require to brealt lip �hat cold' orj grippe � They quickly reli^Teth^tever of colds. 25 Centsi*�BoXK>v.'. KENNY & ALLIN THE DEUG-B6bK ^T-ORE * Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing,Chemists Phone 1487 THE PEOPLES' FORUM � ' ;HERE'S A SUGGESTION Edlfon The Lethbridge Herald:  -Sir,-In your Issue of Friday, February T see some,reference to the ctaneinp; of ,'tl:e industry site loca-. tion; Now, I would' like to make a .suggestion; Why not sell, the present }nd��.tri!'' sites fof residential /pur-' T)oaes, .md with the proceeds buy all ,theftv;;:laHe-Jand we8t;cf First street Soutii, between the high level bridge ana :�F,jui 111 avenue South. This land ! Is close to the powe^ plant, thereby TOducins the loss of power by trans-nilssjoti. It seems to me water and l'.gtit coanecUons could be madsF with little � expenpe;; also sewage; could be .easily provided for, as where there is no :c.�-sy cranectlon it is dose to disposal'plau;.: ONESlNTERliSTBD IN FUTURE OP LETHBRIDGE. ^ illanbury, B.C.. Feb. 17. s, E WEAIHER Lethbridgo, cloudy.... ..a? 18 .J4 Edpionton clear......... 36 18 , Prince Albert, snowing 40 22 .20 Swift Current, cloudy ... 4^ 16 .04 Reglrta, snowing ........ 3,4 15 Mlnnedosa, snowing .... 22 18 ,.26 Nelson, ... ......... 41 35 .15 Grand Forks, ...... ... 42 34 Calgary, fair ...._______ 32 ,20 .22 aiedlcine Hat, clear..... 44 1? .04 Battleford, cloudy ....... '40. - 22 Moose Jaw, cloudy ..... 36 16 .50 Qu'Appelle snowing ... 26 10 .30 Winnipeg, snowing .. .. 24 24 .18 Kamloops, clear...... 38 , Penticton,...... ...... 45 36 .04 FORECAST: Alanitoba and Saskatchewan-northeast,and nortii wfnds, moderately cold, with snowfalls. aper, is aTvlsl^or to the convention. ^Mr. Nerwich .tqofc hold of the -liedger when .^he ac(^ounis were very much on the wrongs side of the ledger - and has suciceeded: in making it a business' proj/osition of great promise. At Present Inactive � The secobd annual, report: of the Imperial Home Re-Unlon Association has been received - in the Herald office. During the year a83i8tance'"ha3 been given to bring:4,961 people -from the old country, to their friends in.panada. Lethbridge appears ia the. report as having been organised,- but "at present inactive;"'�-' � j JAPANESE .TABLE MATSl-� SET OF FOUR 25c per set . JAPANESE ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADES 33c. each The Red Cross Drtig;-. and B66K Co., Ltiii Phone*655 Third aIs. CITY AND DISTRICT Back From Spokane -' Oi T. Lat'hrop returned yesterday from Spokane, where he has been for the.past week on business. ' , � White Drive Tonight ' Court Unity 9311 A. O. F. will hold a "whist drive and dance, tonight. In Uhlty hall.. Whist starts at 8.30 sharp. Red Rose Meeting The regular Red Rose meeting of the Sons of England Benefit Society will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock sharp in S.O.E. hall. Special Bargains ', The neAV Scmi-Ileacly Store will sell you ; Suits-ami Overcoats at Eastern piices,..goqcls �wliioli- ai'e well tailored and guaranteexl'.'.'to 'liold: their sliape. - ^^^^^^ 1^^^ :few more days.Ieft "for. to get the free Hats-any hat in the.house {ihsoliitely free with.every suit, or ;o'yerooat. Yours for hiisinoss,' \ / " \ The Semi - Ready^fe Empress Block S, C. BATEiyiAN, Mflr.  Memorial Fund Concert The city council has accepted the in^-yitatlon of the Overseas Club to at^ tehd a boncert in ai-d of the Scott Memorial i.i;ii i: . '. U6 507 653' . Tliete was a surprisingly large vote pojleci stnd Mr, I-Ia-milton's lead left no'doubt as to his being the favorite. The Herald phone for Jiours was kept biisy last night and o� the scores who called up, the big majority seemed, to -be well pleased with the, re- suii; , . Mr. Hamilton is an ardent supporter 0/ i?rompt action in securing ,in-flustries for Letlibridgo. . LOOK FOR EARLY NAVIGATION Sanjia, Ont., Feb. 17.-Local marine man think that the lakes should be cleared, of ice by the middle of April, and it is very likely that this will be th'c tinVe for the first boat. Insurance starts this, year on April 15,-which is fifteen "days earlier thani before. > : * > > > ? 'CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR >  BILL NEARLY READY ? , Edmonton, Feb. 17.-pAt Imeeling of the �xeoutlvi-couiv- � pil of the government on, Sat-. pointed'to draft a bill'provld-'. Ingv'tor , co-operative .elevators �>. "Ji'ad, finished Its work,,and a .?|.'EQU|5h draft was before . the ^ ;b,ov\f�cil on -Saturday. The first ?, reading of the bill may be raov-' , *5> * ? ? ? A VARIETY AD .Shrisd^fd Wheat Buscult, .V2-t9r ........." Two Cahs Tomatoes .-----. Frenoh,peas, per can ..... 3ttr Biue-Rlbbon tea...... . Choice .Dates............ 20it> SACK B. ,C. SUGAR, .35c . 15c $1.00 10c.' Eggs, per dozen 366 Cabbage, 6tfa9 for .i'.IO0 Carrots, Stbs for ,. IO0 Potatoes, 26Tbs for ........ 26c. Potatoes, per cwt, .86c Turnips, 12tbs for ...... t.. IO0 Ontario Cheese, per Tb . ,i 20c. per' sack........................$1.25 The Premium Grocery 824-1 Itb'^'St., Spilth j. TUFF. RBOPRIETOR Opposite Terrllle PHONE W �Rayrnond, Feb::'16.-One of the fiTan'des't event^.-of the season -was a character ball* gi'V.^n In the Raymond opera housc.' FrldaV night, Feb. 14. The liali didn't "go^'.much of a trowd until-, after the 'basket-ball, game was over-about 10-'o'clock in the evening; when it was crowded 'vlth local people as .well, as.a.f^nmber of Stirling friends, 'who we^e,-over in tie interest of their bdskelbuU'j team. ' The house. \y.a8',;;-decflTSted -with characters representing cpqns, Indians sohoor',,girls, one '^/Johnny .' ^Canuck, Dutcliiqen and Dutxihwomen, old maid skating -girls,' a-qu'jen of hearts, a butterfly,jtwcllttl^.girls in,blue, an Irishman, a. spo.ok' and-two representatives from t'hevcaslie of Uncle Tom's Cabin, ;tpge'ther a best of "dancers- whoi 'Were .notf Jln" character cos-, tume. -All seemedj to have a fine time while present,: although boy's were dreas�d^;ln. ;glrls'-4cldtljes and others had uncomfortablps'wearihgv-' apparel on,, such .as, a �Du.t.chmtin's wooden shoes or., the high-heeled boots of the cowboy ^or -some' extra burden that 'wa^ neoesaa^y .to have on in order to carry 'their part-'through. Two . prices weref awarded as followr;.. One. torMls^.L&vaun Dudley as a mafd'of, 1841,i and the other to Mr. Archie � Wllbeck, aa.. a Knight Sugar Co.) Belgium.- , '"' WllllaraD. Betts'/.of Salt Lake dlty, arrived in Raymonfl on Saturday's train op'a'vlsit^^'ad for tiie purpose of lexhlhjtlng- a ;nj:pdel of- the- Morby automatic rallroa'd, switch, v/hlch is the simplest device on the market and promises, to be a wlniner. The company represented "by Mr. Betts has, a patent covering th^ United States afad Canada, and it Is their Intention to 'interest capital. in the manufacture and installation of tlie said switch. Franklin 0. Steed, of-Stirling, and a member of the Y. M. stake' mutual board, isnow at the-i.. D. S. gymnasium taking a course In athletics, and will return later in the year to siip'er-�vrlse the work among �ho mutual boys of the stake. V " Stake Supt. Mark H; Brimhalt and George,H.Budd drovc to Welling on Sunday and held ward conference with the "young Men's Mutual, 'which was attended , by a large and appreciative audience. . Dr. J. S. Wray has - returned from the east, where he found things In a ^prosperous condition hut without the air of expansion which one leels in the west, so he made short work of his visit. Dr.-Wray reports �that-he promised to return to th^ -east some time In the future,and take into his business as a life partner one of. .tlie fair se.K. That Cosy Corner. Cafe geems to bo the very thing that ev�rybody wants, for it changes hands, .oftener than anytlilng else in town. Mn Betts who purchased the place from Mr. Reavls � eoQn found people wanting to buy him. out, BO after much consideration he turned the corner over to J. V'.Thelin & Son of Raymond. Mr. TheUm, Jr. -is an expert'.oandyjnan and has found Teady sale for his product. . It has' been reported here today that M'urlin Steed, of Stirling, a mem-' �her of the-basketball teani',-iost two fingers by having them shot off, which will disable Mr. Sbeed tor some'timo and seriously effect the : team fron; our sister town. . Friday night at the Knight Academy Stirling's five carried,off more honors and went home feeling that they/justly deseTved the position they' lield In the basketball world. Wbore is there a.team in the south country that can defeat this Stirling ifive? ' ;Bqtb' .the junior and BMior gamcwenti'to. Stirling. ....., - Make Your Home Attractive .Our new store in tlip Sherlock Buikling with vaiin^pst,complete st9ck of. Wall Papery Baintsancl Varnishes. > ;  'Let uB'qu^gest that you drop in; And see our line. ..... - on,tJie'''lndlylduaUty, quality and exclusive designs of our .papers/".V,� U^dt^Siday, February 19th 77 ;