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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WmB. ft- Jl^RfeE 3US TQ AUU TRiMNS Hbtel Wiiiaisor Best $1.25 a Day Hotel 5n Alberta LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD f when in �"lethbridqe The Dallas Hotel (the Best and: M(i8t'Canvan cLaSS GftOCERIES AND FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, and continually aim at the one'iiOint-^EFPlCIENCY..   We have just received another shipment of tlie Famous Tea Garden Preserves and Table Fruits, and this being the Fourth; Shipment within the last three months you can'rest assured that the quality and prices are right. A few lines are: ' TABLE RASPBERRIES-1? oz. bottles. Price each.....................----; tOc. TABLE ROVAL ANN CHEARIES-18 oz. botUes Price each............................ 40c. TABLE BING CHERRIES-18 oz. botles. Price each i................ 45c. TABLE PEARS, 20 oJs. bottles Price each................. .......... SOc. MELBA WHOLE PEACHES, 35 oz. bottles. Very fancy, price each................ 75c.' MINCE MEAT, 40 oz. bottles, something very fine; Price each ----...........�.......... 76c, strawberry preserves-20 oz. hottles. Pric4� each ........;..................... 66c quince preserves-^!'; oz bottles. �  Price, etioii r............................. 35c. GRAPEFRUiT; marmalade-16 oz. bottles. Price eaoU ,.. j.i...................�. 35c. blackberry marmalade-16 oz. bottles. PricQ.vi'ach ........ ................'---- 3So. cranberry sauce-18 oz. bottles Price each..........;................ 40c. assorted: marmalades-16 pz bottles Price each ....... ............. 35c. SPECIAL TABLE STRAWBERRIES-IS oz. bottles Regular 40c 1in�.Prlci A......... 30c. How many curtains, blinds pic-ture.t and a thousand and one other things around your home need at-; tentlon that would be taken care of if you bad a step ladder. Ours are strong, serviceable and solid and still light in.wblght. , C. W. Gray /'The store that saves .you money" -PHONES Grocery De|it.' 82S WhoiesBiA Dept. 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Goti-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail �ph0ne8- Groeery Dept. 625 Wholesale Oept 1271. WEAraER Letlibddge, clear .... Edmonton, cle.ir _____. Battleford, clear ... Regina, cloudy ... ... Port Arthur, cloudy Grand Forks ...... ... 30' 36 32 22 30 40 Nyal's Laxacold Tablets Are what you require to break up that COLD orJgrippe; They quickly relleTe the fever-of colds. 2S Cents a Box . KENNY & ALLIN :'. the drug-book:store ,Next Dallas HoteL Dispensing ChemistsPhone 1487 Medicine Hat, fair ...... 26 Moose Jaw, cloudy .... 21 Winnipeg, cloudy 23 Penticton ..... -43 Swift Current, cloudy 24 Mmnedosa, cFoudy ... ...24 Nelson............... ....... .43. Calgary, clear ... ..... 32 Prince Albert, cloudy:.* 22 10 IS --4 15 34 � 30 8 13 ,16 35 18 8 28 6 10 4 18 .01 .26 .10 .18 .04 .22 .08 japanese 'table mats . . mim scon mm R^fl-T--^ .......... DENIZES STATEMENTS DESIGNED Tp SjyOW THAT-HE WAS '* IN PROTESTING MOOD raaJfcS: any: complaint, he continued. ^,1 Neither did J1 say or hint 'in the sliglitcs1r=ithat;,we are badly, treated by the lait Federal government about the sale of onr school trust lands. In tact,"the old 'federal gov^cinnient al-�ways' cpn�ult�d - the province .when the sale of lan^ was had. . : '-However; ttiej statement is Ealse that we are going to take action against i^theVDominion government lor itheir sale; of those lands over our Qu'Appellc, cloudy 20- .30 Kamloops, clear ..i 43 Snow has fallen in Manitoba and Southern Saskatchewan. Elsewhere throughout the prairie proMnces .the weather has been fair. a''lighli'ane^. Closing Business. Here  Joseph Pifiherrof.Winnipeg, arrived In the city this morning"fn connectioil with the closing up ^thcaffalrs of the Rogers-Cunnlnghaili.3l.uim)6r Co. RegulariMMonio ;MMtlng?V �! LethbTidgo -Lodge,-, ffd. 3?.' 7A'.F,^nd A.M., meet in regular co'mmiinicatlon at the Masonic Hall- Hs[ndy! This is sore throat weather ' Keep a ftottle of ,.,. "YellJw^Tkroat Mixture"' In the house. It's an old standby; 25c & 69c'. J. D. Hig^Dbotham The ^a^taJUL Stofff TELEPHONE NO; .S22..}i.^,1 -�i'-::.. . -y.,. Miner Dead. �.ovThe death took, place in Staftord-T^lle yesterday, of-Steve Trojan, aged ;3!r';y�ii,T.B.;-.jr-he funeral will take place' at -i^tafljordvllle tomorrow afternoon at-fhpilf-'^ast thr,efe t9 St. Patrick's Ohuroh^ &nd from thence to the Cath Oiic-cemetery. ���jk:- Inf^iit Dead,,, A-William,,! the Infant son of Mr. and Mr?.- 'W^illiam' John McGuire, died at thffi- fAmily-, .residence, 1729 Sixth a-vgfliie -vNcTth, this morning. The funerii;.-iwlll take ,-p,lace on' Friday, morning,' at ^-leven o'clock ito the public cemetery. Hs;^.'. Railroad Contractor Here. � "^Jdhn Timothy, the -well-knowtf rail-rdad 6;0!l)talnT; ed by going oiii 'lhw\fSi.^=-m^^ii!L^ih miles east of the t6^wn.^ 'J ? Talking WMte'rn. C^n8dai|j'- W. S. Shover ^i'MTitVi^'b.Q\*^-r^\ turned on  Momlay^ij*pa a m visit with trlenUs'iJi OhJb.J; ^?,>'Sao-j ver states that ;^Art^rnJtCan^da,i, is. widely talked of;jn-, tlie/Stft^'(6k'^ut,' thinks Southern-;JtltTeftijH^ndj-ag'^^^ find more takers te'^Ohlo'lSt It re|*^wdj from fthe Stat�^;jil.,ti|ip.)ij}elr power to malie the show 4TgU,(i^eii, Preialdorit M^mi' stateyl |;"tMfs xaovhips, that w^ille'tliey did npt P|3e|t;^'st'o have a large-sfaowlrigi^h^^^^ thought that the cattle sold le-falr to the Xafm^r?.of t^e (Uy, would help ; gBatiy-'itd; s,,-^..M the; "llYO stoyc-l^iiiai?^ 9,^tfeni^Alberta, unCi. so ,fpr'as'th? iRKO^a'/dB,: ,cqno,ernea;, that;;;lB"',^}i;U lit^ff^tpT/^^ Tho fair wliLbe'boosted'in �S^X�^p/;after:>the premium r:;i|?5dlBtributIon. ' ' A VAR.IETY AD Shredded Wheat Buseult, 2 for.................. 25c Two Cans Tomatoes ..'35o French Peas/per can ...... 15e Stb Blue Ribbon tea ;..... $1.00 Choice'.Dates............ 10c. Eflgs, per dozen ...v..... SBo Cabbage, 6tba for lOe Carrots, rSflss for .... i..lOo Potatoes, 26Tb8> f or'.....26c, Potatoes, per cwt.*......... ,85a- Turnips, iztbs for .......... I0o Ontario Cheese,, per fb ... 20o. ZOXb SACK B.C. SUGAR, per-sack.........________,....... $i,25 Thie Premium Groceiry a. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposlta Terrille PHONG 874 city and District I city and district ' Gone to palgary ;H. M. .Whiddington, architect, went to Calgary .yesterday to attend an arbitration case ia^the Calgary courts.- -. , liVaj: iii[i,:':^:':Vfff\ , v;. Merely'Obtaining PiedgeB A. J. Irving,' of,the-cam palga com-mitt�ev0f ''ICnoXiCfiurohi stated to the Herald t6day.Hhat''the object of the campaign . td raige; money for the chui'oli,. Is not' to':'^colleot money at the present time, -but merely :to obtain pledges'of. jupport^to finance the chutch through the year. f. Smoker Jonlght � AH,-d^Ie^atesito-.the Tr^ades and Labor Coiiucii.'and;all presidents.and secretaries of .all^a^liated local unionjs are'l'Tp^u'ested to .^))e� present at- a 8m6ker,l.beIng[.glyeEt)*^n honor of the visiting .delegate's, ai^.the Tenth Miners' ,convention In 'ifie Labor Temple tomprrpw. evenjig^^^^^^^^ concert willy he glv'e.htpy talent in labor circles In "the cliy.^^. . ' " , Roultry Aasftcjatlon-Annual : Tb^ .;'i;enth;.;Ann}|^|^; meeting �.. at the liethbriage .-;-Epulti^^-i,an|d Pet Stock associfitjpn,' waSii^^ld-: last.reveping-in the'-Bgacd of J^raderlfbiiiidlng. Annual reports-,weri^.pres!Snted by the fSec-retai7,.i,Percy::-S:in|^:;' Balance sheets: Bhoiying\ BUrpluBgijir)ilqh were brought down, co'nsidei^n^fjtTie^hpaTy expenses Inourrad: In.,connection, with the annual exhibJiloni.-werjB! considered -most satisfactory,' ^ l' Offlcerp; for'-the,;^n6uing year ^were electe^i^is'foUoTir^V.':'-p^ Presidents,-May'or Hfirdiu/Dr.'J.' S. Stewart, M. P.P./ -^i '-A7*OtR'S'.-'ir.*1Eekstorm; President,' P.S;'ASbcfdit:.,yive-pre8ident, *H, King;VseeretBry-ft6a^ilrer,-Percy-King.' Comtnittpe" Sd.m'-..Io;ies, Peter Jones, I. Bmm'efs Vom-r'-Berchthold made afre-Ssspring Btaliemeiiti regard-^ ing the international sjiltiiatlon;; and reported, on the result ofiPrince'fVon Hohenlohe'8- mission to-;i;St. Petersburg, > � ,. . The Neueg- W^lner � faglafct;, -ffbich Invariably draws: its'InBplration^fifoin: official : sources, ''gives th&^iolldwlng as a summary of.theCouhl^s observe tlons:  ^ ,"The misBlon'iPf iPridiceiVon Hohenr" lohe'8 visit to si, Pfeters^j'urgv was more' ; successful than; is":generally, IjelievedJ; EVery reason exists _to'.;:be.'enWrely satisfied. with.,the:;feauH of the miS'V slon, altbough.'atrpreseAt this has not found actual expresBloft, * � ; "That '^le autograph ;l�tters-of .the two monarchs hay;er.^jnotvbeen m^ade ,-pi^Jlicand thatvat* present the con--. tente of thesedocuments haye . iio^t 't>e6a divulged Is,; almaitteiv of course. , There is 'this m'uch:td(Bay,' however,, it is deplored that-bjjth the' letter of Emperor FranclsjJoseplii and that of, the Cisar justify the-be'st hopes of. the friends of peace." , ^ _ Attractive Our ^leV store in-the Sherlock Building �jvith.g, most complete stock of Wall'Paper,.^ Paihts andjVarnishes.. , Let, lis' flilgg^Bt thai; you �drop in and eeb our Jlne,' " , , , pur, repu.tfl.tion as I'ea'ders in Wall decorations hai lje?n estab-lisllecl du'tli^iJnfllviduality, quality and exclusive designs o'f our vpa-pera.;...(- .^-.i-c -/v; NOTE THE DATE: WM^day, February m .;^^Slf-------- 11 sev ;