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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I FREE BUS,TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Wintlsor Best, $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta HERALD [ WHEN IN LETHSRIDGB The Dallas Hotel Is the Best artd Most'Conven> lent f�luce to Stay Ho. 16. A good look will last nearly a life-time. Isn't the difference it affords in safety over the cheaper lock worth many times the small difference in price. A house .with good things inside and cheap locks is like a lot of money in a pocket with a hole in it; ------ C.WGRAY ** The Store That Saves You Money �* 310 Sth Street Phone 761 NYAL'S TOOTH PASTE In a FOR NICE CLEAN, WHITE TEETH, USE NYAL'S TOOTH PASTE-AN ALKALINE, ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE It has/a fine pleasing flavor-a special Spearmint blend, handy .tube with ribbon opening. : 25-. cents a Tube. KENNY & ALLIN THE DEUG-BOOK- STOEE Next Dallas HoteL' Dlspenslna Chemists � Phone 1487 NIHE iNCENDIARY FIRES NUMEtloUS-TIPPLE AND SEVERAL HOUS- , ES Were destroyed !3a;teeiiarleatdn; W. Va:, Febfl^O.^^-Wofd ;ii �ihas reached here confirming -the burn-of a coal tipple, at Elk Bridge, and �'-,tlie destruction of~ three residences. ^^'AU four fires were of incendiary or-IglD. In onp hbuse. Jfajor John b. ^Ip^i^^/^somiSi^i^eKXys^tXjaKis windo'w and �^tere uninjured.  ' . ^The Incendiaries are apparently op- erating tbxdnghout the strike locality. General r Elliott, who investigated conditions throuehoiit the strike zone, refused to.make,any statement. ' In themartia) district many arrests, hare be^nrrinade. Through a writ of bab-cas corpus, the military' must wait for one .week before attempting to try at least one hundrpd and fifty cases. The WTlt was issued on Tuesday by the'Supreme Court of Appeals of .Wflst Virginia.  , FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAt. ORANGE SALE We luivp just .secured lift\' ciises of the iiiie|sl; California Naval Oranges, all Xo. 1. and g-iiaranteed without fijost at a very low price, and for JTi-iday and Saturday of this week we wiW sell them at Two Dozen for ..____.. ... . , ,.... ... ....'. . ...      Cents These oi-anges sell regularly at 40c a dozen, so that you -make.a direct saving on every two dozen.of 25e. lleceived today: Hot House Ciicinnbers, prjLce eJich.........____30c. Kipe Tomatctfes, price per lb................25c. T'or Saturday we. will liaA'c Head Lettuce; and' other seasonable goods. -PHONES- Grocery- Dept. 625 . Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Gon-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail .PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEAIHER Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, fair .... Medicine Hat, fair. .. Battleford, fair...... Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, clear.. Moose Jaw, foggy.. >. Regina, fair ........ Qu'Appelle, cloudy .., Minnedosa, cloudy . CITY AND DISEASE IN BARBER SHOPS ; iCalgary, Feb".. 19.-:Dr. Mahood. the health officer, has put the official taboo oil the powder puff in barbershops, on the contention that the flntf is a good'conductor of disease. ; '.The barbers tare up in arms at the rullngj and slay they will fight It in the courts. glass of "alberta's pride!' beer pxjre,; sparkling, DELiCIOU5 W^^-^' /.Tar-t�is S-riTH&^QyALITY OF "ALBERTA^S PRIDE" BEER IS ifcABtV BECAUSE IT ;IS BREWED BY A ^-"lESS. PEGULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETI-LIC'ANNOT.DUPUCATETHE RICH, DELICATE ''^lifg^f :>Blt6NfeS. TO '^TriiS,5BEEg'':=^LC)NE: MiNM T^E BE^Tv'OFf^BEBR, ^ JBE;.'^SURE' DISTRICT Board Of Trade'IVIeetlng > The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trade will be held this even, ing. . � � Took the Oath Aldennan-telect J; F. Hamilton'toolj his oath of office yesterday dfternoon and will attend the meeting of the City Cpuncll this evening. Sold Another Hupmbbile^. , �Th'e-IT. T:. Henderson garage yesterday afternoon sold another of their popular hupmobUes to Mr. Harper, of Champion. Salvation Army Officers Here Captain and .Mrs. Tutte, the new officers of the Salvation Araiy, arrived in the city this morning, to take charge of the npw^ltadeU i City Sollcltop Home City Solicitor W.S: Ball returned this morning from' Edmontbn, whejre he had been for the past few. days In connection with the new city chart^. BoysVSunday Club Supt. Reid, � of the City Electrical department, will address the meeting of the Boys' Sunday* Club, at the X-M. C. A. on Sunday aft'enioon. New Filmer Arrives  A bouncing daughter was presented by the stork this morning to Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Filmer, Fourteenth avenue South. : A.F. & A.M. Meet Tonight .Lethbridge Lodge, No. 39, meet tonight at 8 o'clock, in the Masonic Temple, Post Office block, when the second degree will be conferred. Vis. iting brethren are- heartily welcome. Elected Chaplain . . J, T. English, of Hope (L(etb(bridge) Lodge, of the International Order of Good Templars, was elected Grand Chaplain for 1913, at the Alberta Grand Ix)dge, which met in Calgary last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Heeb Bereaved. Word was received, in .the city tliis morning by Mrs. J. R. Hceb,' of the death of Mr. Hoeb's mother in Indiana. Mr. Heeb left '.lene last Monday for jLhe bedside of his mcther, but she passed away before his arrival. ; Tennis Club Annual The annual meeting of ..the -Lethbridge Tennis club Will vbe held at 318 Sherlock Building on Tuesday, February 25th at 8.30 p.m. Business, election of offlcera,': etc. I All the old_ members, (Including.those'of previous' years) are requested to attend, -fii-o JAPANESE TABLE MATS SET OF FOUR 25c per set * JAPANESE ELECTRIC LIGHT .'SHADES 35c. each The RediGross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Av* CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade The regular monthly meetin gof the Board of Trade will be held in the secretary's office tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. - i Goads Actually the best we can �buy; and a'sl.we: buy only the best, that is the only gr?ide we can sell. In everything we sell there is - QUALITY, CHARACTER, VALUE The value is assured by the character and quality. Our prescription business is our pride. .iSpne but qualified Dispensers. ' Mail orders carefully and promptly attended to. � Bank Clearings . The bank clearings for the week  ended yesterday amounted to 5550,297. .45, "as compared with $662,709.61 for the corresponding period last year. Three and Costs .Geo. Nogl, strong arm man, Stfif-fordvlllp, was arrested yesterday for the.'eteenth time. He was flnedi the usual three and costs today. A New Citizen -C. Sutherland, � brother of R. S. Sutherland, of Plunkett & Savage, accompanied his brother from Oxford, N.S., on the latter's return from a six-.W?e,lfs' visit at his old home. � To Take Engraving Course '� Vlncient Parkes, who for the past y*.ar has been a member of A. E. Bwart's staff, left this morning for PeoTjia, 111.,. where he 'will take a �course in engraving at an engraving .school ithere. Was on a Drunk Ja'si Roaii, a farmer was picked up byv the police yesterday, afternoon, charged with being drunk." When taken to the station It was found that his hand,was badly cut. Medical attention was called in, as the police were afraid blcod poisoning would set in., I ' Three Less Horses � The Installation of the motor fire true in No. 1 station'has made it possible to removie three of the horses. A work shop has been fitted up in the vacant space, and the various pieces of apparatus are being thoroughly overhauled. J. D. HiginVotliam & Co., Ltd. The' ya/kaii Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Helped Winter Wheat Walter Pitcher, one cf the leading farmers of the Cardston district. Is in the city today. The recent snows he says have b�en moat beneficial to the winter-wheat, and If the neces sary moisture is forthcoming during the growing season in May and June, .the nrospects are good, tor.the wheat is at present in excellent condition. Shriners for Edmonton Caravans from Lethbridge, Calgary, and Medicine Hat, will'go to Edmonton on March 27 and 28, to assist in ipilotlng fifteen candidates' through tbe burning sands which surround the E)J. monton Temple of the Mystic Shrine. Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Shrln. ers will, camp at Al Azhar Temple, Oasis of Calgary, at high noon, on March 26. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr, Bpadshaw In Cltyt F. S. Bradsbaw, oif: Magrath, Is a visitor to the city today, . Bacl-pteaB-ing anc( irepalring.^:. Cdll and ^oillYer -Ptton^ 1074. KUigatou/ 706r3f4(av�, SoDthr ^ , �.Spi� Mrs. Hamilton will � deimpnaifttvBs Post' Tavejrn'; Special; JuBtahtPostuS and Grape Nuts at* Geoi--Kerr 'fe'-Co; Try a cd> of Iilatant- PostUm;' 59-^ Swimming, Exhibition Tonight H. H. Corsan; the awlttiming expert, will give an exhibition In the Y. M. C, A As _______....... limited those who Intend being prer sent ar� requested to be on hatid early . . , , Ottawa, Feb. 10.-Tlie debate on tlic second residing of the naval bill and Mr. Turin's amendment thereto cn;^aged.tUe attention of the house irose toniglit. He continued to' speak ,imtil well towards six o'clock:. Mr. Crociictt, of Yorlf, N. B., was the mext speaker. He was followed , by ,.....,_______ He _ ill give an exhibition in tne i. m. f"' T-""- T� last s,R,ea..ei- of the ' >day was Mr. Hughes, of Pnnce Bd-ward Island. 'It was thought that the house would sit late, but when Mr. Tho-biirn proposed an adjournment 'it was agree^ !iy Hon. Mr. Hogets. There'"tvere no . particularly- new devplopments in oonneotloa with the d6b4te which will prob'aibly follow the U8,ual course of dlsoiJissibnunt'l Fri-:d#^ 'li^the;Liberals ,decide; to fight 'ttie bill "to a finish some spectacular fca.tiires may be looked for next week; : '\: ^ : Fined for Their Fun 'Three Italian miners were' yesterday afternoon at the Police Barracks fined $3.00.' and costs, by. Inspector'. Hj'^/'?. j We'st, for creating, a dt$turbanc?' And ^5n?'P�""*'''8^ damage .'to/property af Coal-gate last Sunday, ;,TJie men we|;e ailso Loidered" to m^ke good th� (JaieagR done. . � ,  Make Your Home Attractive Our neAV store in tbe Sberlock Building with a most complete stock of Wall Pai^er, Paints and Varnishes. � Let us suggest that you drop in and see our line. Our reputation as leae^ers In Wall decorations.has-been.established on the J individuality, quality'and exbluslve designs of our papers. . , : NOTE THE D^TE: : ' ^ Wedneschy, February 19t^^^^ 8Hi�RL'OOI5^|jJiLDING BROS seventh: street;'' 1i 36 48 D59A 23116? 30 ;