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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Ree BOS TO ALL. TRAINS Hotel Windsor Is: \ .'Belt $1i25 a Day Hotel fn . "/I^ I , -' AlbfcrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN UETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel is the Boat and Most Conyen-lent Place to Stay JUST DO A, LITTLE FIGURING ON HOW MUCH CHEAPER IT IS TO USE THE BEST. - You will only have to grease your'wagon half as often. Think how much labor this saves In a year, o� how much longer your wagon will last i� it is kept properly greased. e. W.GRAY ""The Store That Saves Yt>u Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 FRIDAY ANgSATURDAY SPECM ORANGE SALE We have jiisf; secured lif'fcy cases ol' the finest California Nayal Oranives, all No. 1; and guaranteed without frost at a very low price, and for Friday and Saturday of this AA'cek wo will sell them at Tavo Dozen foi* ....----- ................... ........ ... 55 Cents These oranges sell regularly at 400 a dozen, so that you make a direct saving on every two do/en of 25o. d today: Hot House Cucnnibei's, price each............. 30c. Ripe Tomatoes, price pel* lb................. New Laid Egfgs, per dozen................. For Saturday we will have Head Lettuce and other seasonable goods. lleceived 25c. 45c -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, .Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale andV Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62B Wnolesale Dept 1271. NYAL'S TOOTH PASTE �FOR NICE 'CLEAN, WHITE TEETH, USE NYAL'S TOOTH PA^TE-AN ALKALINE, ANTISEPTIC,DENTIFRICE It has a fine pleasing flavor-^i special Spearmint blend. In handy tube with ribbon opening. , 25 cents a Tube, THE DRUG-BOOK STOEE Next Dallas HoteL DIspenSin'g Chemists. Phone 1487 ml ;fn4icati6ns:,s]iow that there is an khundince of moisture, for ai good itii*i-u"W6*nBr' has had a heavier , .Wamct, Feb. 19.-\vitn ine roaa� p^.^^^ ^^^^^^^ ,orth. still in bad shape and practically im-j around-Lethiiidge, and the snow is W>RNER FebTli^'ith ^he roads WEATHER 30 28 14 ,24 28 16 18 10 14 14 18 22 10 10 10 .07 .00 Lethbridge, snowlns)... 28 Edmonton, snowing... 30 Calgary, cloudy..... Medicine Hat, fair.. .. Battleford, cloudy.. .. Prinze Albert, cloudy.. Swift Current, fair ... Moose Jaw, clear .... Reglna, cloudy .. .... 20 Qu'Appelle, clear.. Minnedosa, clear , Winnipeg, clear ., Port Arthur, fair .. .. 18 Kamloops......... 32 Nelson............ 35 Penticton .. ______ .i 36 Grand Forks....... 32 The weather has turned colder In Manitoba and portions of Saskatchewan, where b�low zero temperatures are again recorded; in ncTthern Saskatchewan and in Alberta it has been moderat?ly cold. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Easterly winds; cold, with local snowfalls tonight and Saturday. .-- Alberta-Northeast' winds; colder with light snowfalls. passable, husiness m Warner contin-i ^q^j beiti^ dried off so rapidly as in �iiES'jfjiiiet/There i great deal ol j other less favored spots. !�^ai^ to-be hauled into Warner from D- I'- Gue, who has been a promi-tijchomestead country, and the far- ^ent citizen-of Warner for soma con-'.iners' are anxiously, waiting' for a slderablc tune, has left to make, his chance to do some hauling before it :h where he has inter--i-itStiia'to go :to^^^^^^ land. Guevwas :for some time Those in a position to know estimalB secretary-treasurer of the village ^..that'butUTitle over.half the grain has .council. 'i been'hauled *out of the country trib-1. > Dr. Scott;lias returned from a ijjusi-�:. u A great deal of ncss visit to Mmncapalis. wland'ftv'as ploughed' Jast^^^^f^^^ A. C. Walsh; who went to Lethr , ^ing~ to heart the. Ipssbns oty tho : inrevious: seaisoK;,^;and as a' reisu 11 we �{.expect to; hoar; of- larger- and Better, cro^s than evertefore.'It is estimat-i^i^^Mffl  this .district the acreage; ^cultivation-will be from 40 to -,v^,r^j:'vcent^- (crcater than last year, and further, that the crop will be bp^;iin:ft;005!per/cenKihetter.- Present .e^ 'that tinder cu ' " i'TiH flirt bridge, oh business the first of iweekj refturuedj.this morning. the CITY AND DISTRICT Attending District Court ^ ,J. H. Prouse, the yell-known Taber barrister, was, in the .city today, attending the District Court. li . � i �.....'-� �. Going to,Coast S. B .Jlitchell.rCP.R.,ticket agent here will Uav,e-Jicxt, week, for a short trip to coast cities-, � , -| , -- "-" " c ''  Building Permit, t G. Carlson yesterday took out building permit forja- ?300 addition to a store on Thirteenth street North, and Mrs; F. Joyce for, a ?200, addition to a house on Sevenfh, street. South. jt Sometimes Is : :;He calls on' me ottener, than did before I refused him." '3 suppo8e"5he thinks it's safer!" he GLASS OF^"ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER , r;PURE; SPARKLING/DELICllOUS > I^Qk^WILL FIND NO MORE REFRESHING, * %b MORE HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE THAN:THISr:.:-V- -� � MifmkUjy of "ALBERtA's pride " beer is k^i^p:^ble, because it: is brewed by a iCESSIPECULIARLY OUR t)WN. COMPETt ^k^;*gannot duplicate the rich, delicate EAyORTI^at,belongs to this beer alone tm^wmnm best of beer, be sure ^|^^g^^iRT^s;pRiDE-' yx; y^: ^ Going to Trouohu E. J. Cook, fornjerly, proprietor of the Elden Rest Poultry Farni, will go ncTth to:Troohu next'wrek to government judge at, the poultry fair to be held in connection with the short course schooi there. - Special Council Meeting The. city council .will' hold a special meeting' next ; Tuesday � dfternoiSn; when the business before  the meet ing 'will be the fiscal.; agreement with the Bank of Montreal;-the filtration and waterivorks systeina, and: the salary Question. v, ? ' Gave Swtmming Exhibition Before a large galleryTot enthusiaHts H. H. Corsan, the Y. M. C. A. swimming' expert, gave-a' rtmarkably clever dEmonstration in the swimming pool at the y. M. C..A. last night. Mn Col-san's .work was received with warm recognition. . New Ford Agents ., Rex Virtue and J. Glenlster have accepted the agency fcr the Ford Motor Car Co. They will. Have their office at Mr. Virtue's rep-dence on Third avenue South, with garage and repair shop at the rear. Tliey are. awaiting a shipment of twenty oars of. the 1913 model. University Lecture Tonight Professor A. h. Lehmann will be the lecturer this evening in the Central School, on the occasion of the fifth of the series of University of Alt>erta Extension lectures. The subject, will be "Chemistry, in its relation to 'daily life." It is to be hoped there will be a large attendance. Tennis Club' Annual The annual meeting of the Leth-bridgo Tennis club will be held at 318 ,Sherlock  Building on Tue;sday, February 25th af. 8.30 p.m. Business, election of offtcers, etc.. All the old members, (Including those of previous years) are requested to^attend. 5?-5 JAPANESE TABLE IVIATS SET OF FOUR- 25c per set JAPANESE ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADES 35c. each The Red^Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd.; Phone 55S ^ Third Avi. Th We Sell Actually � the "best�we can buy; and as we buy only the best, that is tlte o.nly grade 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,. None but quallfled Dispensers. Mail orders carefully and / promptly attended to. ..^ J. D. Higinbotham & Co.; Ltd. The ^&)eaSl Store TELEPHONE NO, 322:'" CITt AND DISTRICT New Auto Licenses The provincial government is issuing the new automobile licenses for thi^ year. The tags will be red In color this year. A Hearty Welcome Captain and Mrs. Tutte, the new of-fleera in. charge of the Salvation Army Citadel, were given u hearty welcome to tho city last night, at the Army headquarters. Tho new officials, it Is anticipated, will meet with much success in their work here. ^ :�. Money Not Tight in Lethbrldge i Mr. R. A. Wright, the city's well-known jeweller,^states that money apparently is not tight in Lethbrldge, as his diamond sale as advertised in yesterday's Herald proved to l>e the larg-lest single day's business In his fifteen years' ?.\perlence in Dethbrldge. Entertained Miners The delegates to the T'snth Annual Convention, U.M.W.. of A., were enter-.t'alned at a most enjoyable smoker 'tJendered theoi; by the 'Lethbrldge Trades and Labor Council, with affiliated iinions last night, in the Labor .Temple. The affair was a success from every'Point of view, and was thoroughly enjoyed by close to one hundrsd men. � Songs,'speechea and specialities'were the order of the evening,'with i-efreshments to fill in the odd moments. The- delegates express their : appreciation of - the kindness sho^ivn by local labor leaders. Persona! Mention H..T. Scott, of Grassy Lake, is in the city today. . � . Pat H. Scanlon, travelling agent of th'i'-Milwaukee line of railway, is making a regular visit to the city, arrly, ing last night from Helena, Mont. H. J.:: Quinn, of Milk River, is in the city cn business. Milk River is gi'eatly Interested, he says, in the es-, tabllshment of the new creamery here and they are now waiting, to hear of the location of a packing plant ia the city: Dr. L. B. Duncan and Mrs. Duncan, of Nevv Dayton, are spending.the day In file-city. F. L.:Lessard, of Taber, is in the city, en route from a visit in California to his home, W. li. Hamilton, mine manager, at Passburg, is a business visitor, to Lethbrldge today. J. Harper Prowse, the Taber lawyer, is attending to legal business here today. BREWING AND |p.litift^l4MlTED BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER, Pljopk B-TO, office Alta. Saddlery^ opposite;Cclaldalelhotei We do alterations, cleaning^ pressing an4 repairing. .'Can J^nd deliver -Phone 1074. Klngaton,/70G.3rd ayei South. 5 .. C6-.6 Mrs. Hamilton will,/demdiistrate Post Taverji Special,"Instant Pbstum and Grape Nuts afOeci; KeKF'&'Go, Try a CUP oC Instant PWiim., , PRIVATE SALE OF pmiN-ITURBi^^f Saturday ; and Monday; ifrab.^2 aiid 24, at hpmft Of Mrs. D. A. VcKerrloUer S20.14Ui at, iBou^l.. , ]�':�. iUi_ja CITY AND DISTRICT Irish* Concert .? The City Band is arranging a-grand Irish concert. In the Majestic Theatre on March 17; for whlcih an excellent programme ig being prepared. Mr. Henderson in City  -C. R. Henderson and Air. Westlake,. of Regina, are in the city. today, to attend a meeting of the Bow City DE.velopment Co,, developing the mine.� at Bow City. ',� . Bulk Sales,Act Discusseti The wholesale section of the; Board of Trade met. yesterday aftcTnoon, Convenor John.Home presiding.; A discussion took place regarding.the proposed Bulk Sales Act legislation la'; the legislature. ,,', , Power Report Mayor Hardle Is busy compiling'a comprehensive report on th^ power, question. Although the rates' have been strHck, .'the report will he"; v6ry useful for Toferefloe,purposes,,^as 'it will contain a wealth of information about power.  - - DISPUTES W GIVES, FIGURES TO DISPROVE �REMARK MADE AT -GONVEN-TION ABOUT WAGES . HATS! HATS! Bargains in Hats STYLISH HATS THAT ARE WORTH $2.50 to $3,5b IN VAlluE ON SALE AT- VISIT THIS BIG HAT SALE. A FREE TICKET TO EMPRESS THEATRE WITH EVERY HAT SOLD. The Semi-Ready Store Empress Block S, C. BATEMAN, Mgr. A VARIETY AD 25o Shredded "Wheat Buscult, (2 for. ..... Two Cans Tomatoes .i......350 French'Peas, per can ...... 15o Stti Blue Ribbon tea......51.00 Choice Dates 10c. Eggs, per dozen...........38o Cabbage, 61bs for......... lOo Carrots, Sttis for..........10e Potatoes, 26ttis for........26c. Potatoes, per cwt. ..........fi5o Turnips, 12tb6 for.........lOo Ontario Cheese, per 1t> faotb SACK B. C. SUGAR, per sack 206. $1i23 The Premium Grocery S2.4-11th St South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrill*. PHONE 674 Our Shoes and Rubbers at Cost special Saturday Barjgains Reg. Val. F*or, per pr. One Buckle Felt Overshoes................. Sl.50 95c. One Buckle ;i*e!t Overshoes, No. 1 Quality ..... $1.85 $1.26 Two Buckl6 Felt Overshoes ..............---- $2.35 $1.75 Three Buckle Overshoes................... $3.00 $2.35 i^ne Quality Rubbers....................... ?t.25 , : 75c. Mens', cotton. Work Socks................... ^20c. 07c. Sge our window. Display and watch" this space evei-y Friday-night for. Balrgalns. ' s Lethbrldge Clothing House Phone 1691 403-5th St. South, SInnot Block. OF HIGH; CLASS FURNITURE AT 1260 3rd Ave; S.,' ON V >; AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT. FRANK "WADDINGTON is favored with' Instructions to sell by public auction and without resenre a quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD fliNiURE � iBoiuding-Bell Pianoforte, full compass, walnut case; Three piece-Mahogany suite; Mahogany Drawing Room Table; Oak Sectional bookcase; Set of Six Dinlpg Chairs (oak, leather seats); Patent;Adjustable Morris chair; Round Extending Dining Table; Wlcker-and "Other Rockers;- Solid Oak Sideboard," Mahogany and Solid Oak,Dressers; Brass Bed with boxmattress and spring; Brass � Mounted'bed,,'all wool mattress;' chest of drav/ers; Columbia Disc Gramaphon*;'Gent's Cycle; Buck's "Chief Range; Pictvires, otc; also complgte'sets of works of Dickens, Rider Haggard, Jules Verne . Robert Burns, Classical History and 60 miscellaneous volumes. . TERMS CASH: . \ On View Saturday, 10 till 9. PHONE 469 � The manager of the Leitch collier-j ies at I'assburg takes strong and apparently justiiiable exception to tlic statement made at the Miners' con-1 ventioii to the effect that the averago I wage paid a miner at his mine is $1^50 to $2.00. The accountant has looiied up the figures tor contract work which shows an average net iaily (iarning of $4.01, while the day I rosn arc. paid the schedule as fixed in the, agreement, -ivith the union. The figures for contract work per: n.-an tor the past six montlis as supplied by the accountant arc Make Your Attractive Live Stock Shipping A meeting of .'representatlve8"