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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 f ree BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor � Best $1.25 a Day Hotel In *"'*'"**aHBBBBMMI LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRlDGE The Dallas Hotel It the Best and Most Conven. lent Plaoo to Stay AYe handle only good whips. It pays us to sell that kind because it pays you to use them. Try one and see. - C W. GRAY "The store That Saves You Money" 310 5ih Street Phone 761 The babies -Soon they wll be big bo3-s and girls and tbeir baby faces will only be a memory. Bring tbe babies and we will catch fheir smiles. Photographer 906 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL ORANGE SALE We liave just secured fifty oases oi the ' finest California ISTaval Oranges, all No. 1. and guaranteed without frost at a.very low price, and for Friday and Saturday of this week we will sell them at T^vo Dozen for ...;....... .. r...........____.------ .55 Cents These oranges sell regularly at 40c a dozen, ao that you make a direct saving oh every two dozen, of 25o. l^eceived today: Hot House Cucumbers, price each............. 30c. Ripe Tomatoes, price per lb..................25c. New Laid Eggs, per dozen....................45c For Saturday we will have Head Lettuce and other seasonable goods. -PHONES- Groeery Dept. 629 Wholesale Dept 1271- THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retstil -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 528 Wholesale Dept 1271- WEATHER 22 -3 26 14 , 14 28 6 15 6 10 -6 14 -4 . 15 .05 .02 11 4 4 6 24 28 18 31 - 14 -10 12 -le 30 14 .04 .20 CITY AND DISTRICT Lethbrldge Student III a^rdley Mitford, who has been at-tenaiiig college in Edmonton, is ser-Iquslr 111, and will be brougnt to his home rhere as soon as he can be re-moved. A Political Meeting - ' A public mefeting will beibeld in St Andrew's hall, Nanton, on Saturday ai-terriooni March 1, under tbe auspices of the- local Lib�ral association. A..�. Shuttleworth, of Mountain View Stock farm, Blackie,, ha.s promised an. ad-dtess. J. M. Glendlnning; M.P.P., the member for Nanton riding, will also attend.  Outlook E'xceilent J...B. EIrie, Magrath was in the city |;today and. expressed himself as being highly: optimistic over the tutufe of' the poultry industry , throughout [jthe 'province this year. " lis If, B m i a glass of "alberta's pride" beer Fimi;, sparkling; delicious you will find no more refreshing, ^ no more healthful beverage ; : than this -QUALITY OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER IS ilTABLE^ BECAUSE IT IS BREWED jBY A nfeSS: PECULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETI-5:,CANNOT DUPLICATE THE RICH, DELICATE >R/rH^T BELONGS TO THIS BEER 'iixm. ISlWANT THE BEST OF BEER, "BE SURE JjJ'S ALBERTA'S PRIDE" :TOBRIDGE BREWING AND IGGOMPAN^Y LIMITED Lethbrldge, cloudy ... Edmonton, snowing . Battleford........ Swift Current, cloudy Reglna, fair........ MInedosa, clear .. .. Port Arthur, snowing Nelson...............33 Grand Forks ... ... ... 32 Calgary, cloudy .... Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, clear ... Qu'Apelle, fair .. ., Winnipeg, clear ... , KamloopB, clear ... Pentioton,........... 36 16 The weather in Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan has been cold With lisbt. snowfalls. In eastern Sasli:at-ohewan and in Manitoba it has continued fine but very cold, with below zero temperatures. FORECASTS-Manitoba, fine and decidedly cold today and Sunday. Saskatchewan and Alberta--Continued cold today and Sunday, light local snowfalls. � ... ' CITY AND ^DISTRICT . Off to Cardaton  �  . Eric 'CricknSay of the C.P.R. freight staff leaves today for Cardston on; a holiday. Boys' Sunday Club The meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club, in the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow af^ ternoon at 4.15 will be addressed by Supt; Reid, of the City Electrical Department.  - . r >. ;i.  Met With Success , The Knox Church",financial campaign has met with great success, as In a little over two we'cks^, $8,000 has been pledged. R. P. .Wallace's team won out over Arthur--Reid's team by over $1,000. Forty men took'part in t^ campaign, and the 'supper, in the church .at ,which .the reports were made, provedto be very enloyable. Baptist Church Services Mr. Mitford will sing at both the morning and evening service. In the evening he will'give the "celebrated hymn-song, "Will there-be any stars In my Crown?'' This . song became famous at the time. of. th* :Torrey-Al-exander meietlngB beli^ in Toronto sotoo few years' agfo.- The choir "will sing "Praise the Lord; and call upon Hlg Name," iy Chas. E. Wheeler. After the evening sermon. Miss Jones and Mr. Mitford "wlil sing" a" duet, Nailed to the Cross," composed by Grant Colfax Tullar. CtvR. to Pin Cher Pincher Creek Echo: Tbat the Oan adian Northern Railway contemplate rushing conBtructlon work at" Plhcher Creek, as soon as the frost is out of the ground is now genisrally accepted as a feet. The statement has been issued .(rom the head office to the effect that some forty miles of grading would be done, here this summer, and Right-of-way-agent Campbell, of" the C.N.R., has been: here, since last Saturday, completing the-purchase ;0t the company's right-of-way from Fish, bum westward. Grading has.been fin ished from Macleod to FIshburn, and It.l's stated .Uk) construetion. gangs will make this town their headquarters during the flomlng season. Tennis Club Annual The annual meeting' of'th6'"Leth-bridge Tennis club will be held at 318 Sherlock Building on Tuesday, February 2Sth $i. 8.30 p.m. Business, election of ofiBoers, etc. AH the,old members; (including those of previous years)' are reauestod to-uttend. 69-5 JAPANESE TABLE MATS" . , SET OF FOUR 25c per set JAPANESE, ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADES 35c. each The Red Cross Drag and Book Co.. Ltd.. Phone 665 Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Two Good Lay Speakers In Westminster Methodist Church toniorrow, Air.- Hayes will preach In the morning, and Dr. J. H. Rivers at the evening service. .- ' Back from Edmonton B. N. Barker, of Cardstori returned from J^dmonton this morning andtlel't for the south this afternoon. Mr, Barker thinks well of the new Lethbrldge Industrial program. Amalgamation Must Come - B. N. Barker, of Cardston, president of the South Alberta Associate Boards of Trade, arrived In the city this morning from Edmonton, where he addressed' the fairs' convention on the possibility of the amalgamation of small, fairs. While amalgamation is not generally favored now, he believes'the step will have to be taken In the. near future.  Bow City.Railroad  A meeting, of the Bow City Development Go.> was held yesterday after-noonljgiLjOr.der'.to ratify an agreement v^ith H. M; Dunning representing New York capital, for the. construction of a railroad"line from CassUson the C. P.'R. main line to Bdw City,'where.are 1 ^situated the ccal areas.of the Prairie PFtfel Go.' Mr. Dunning was not at the pieeting,i owjng to being detained in iSdmonton; ' i ' AVAR LET Y AD Shredded Wheat Buscult, 2 for .......... Two Cans Tomatoese..... French Reae, per can .... 3tt> Blue rtlbb'on tea..... Choice bates......_____ 20tb SACK B. C. SUGAR, pjr sack .. . 26c . 35c, . 15c $1.00 . lOo. Eggs, per dozen ....... Cabbage, 6tbs for. ..... Carrots, 5tbs for Potatoes, 'aetbs for ..... Potatoes, per cwt. ..... Turnips, 12tt)8 for...... Ontario Cheese, per lb .,350 .. iOo ,. IOo . 25o. ...850 .. IOo . 20c. $1.25 TKe Premium Grocery S24-11th St. South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite TerrllU phone 874 The � Goods We Sell Actually .,the best we can buy; and as. we buy only-the. best, that is the only 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 qualified Dispensers." �'-  Mail orders ^carefully and promptly attended to; , ' , D. Higinbotham & Ltd. 'he ^e/jCaiZ Store telephone, no;. 322 AUCTION SAl^ OF high CLASS FURNITURE AT, 1260 3rrf Ave. S., ON MONDAY, FEB.f2lH AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with Instructions to sell' by public auction aijd without reserve a quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD TORNITURE Including-Bell Planofoicte, full compass, walnut case; Thre� piece Mahogany suite; Mahogany Drawing Room Table; Oak Sectional bookcase; Set of Six, Dining: Chairs (oak, lea.ther seats);; Patent Adjustable Morris chair; Round Extending Dining Table; Wicker and Other T-ackers;; Solid Oak Sideboard; Mahogany and Solid Oak Dressers; Brass Bed with box mattressand spring; Brass,-Mounted bec^ all wool niattreaa; chest of drawers; Columbia Disc Gramaphone; Gent's Cycle; Buck's "Chief',' Range; Pictures, etc. also complete sets of works of Dickens, Rider Haggard, Jules Verne Robert Burns, Classical History and ?0 miscellaneous volumes. TERMS CASH: PHONE 4691 On View Saturday, 10 till 9. CITY AND DISTRICT ' '''''''ts" 'f'^^'V BUSINESS LOCALS REX TRANSFER, Phone G70, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Mrs. Hamilton will -demonstrate Post Tavern Special, Instant Postum^ and Grape Nuts at Geo;. Kerr &'Co. Try a cup of Instant Postum. �0-r-i I.O.O.F, NOTICBf-All visiting Oddfellows in the city "who have not received invitations for the Oddfellows' ballj&nd supper on March 7th, can procure one by applying to any of the following committee: C. A. Mc^aoh-orn, Geo. McLean, K, B, Morden, Alex Niven, PRIVATE SAJUm OF.. RURNITyjftE- Saturday and Monday, Feb. 22 a-nd 24, at borne of Wrs. I�. A McKerrlcher 6?0-14t|i St. South,- ' - 61-2 Visitors :from[8heridari, ; i, Sheridan, Wyo., visitors.In the city today are J. C, Bivlne, and Roy. J. Frank, � �-/r..^,- ,. ''� Magrath Visitors , ' Ben Matkln and J. B. Rlrie, two of Magrath's leadlng^farmera are In the city today on business; Letter Carriers Elect Officers The Federated Association of Wt-ter Carriers, Branch No. 3, ;at their annual election' of officers elected and installed the following,of fleers ^ for 1913: Pa8t_ president, A..Lothian; ipresldr ent, Jas. Hendrle;. secretary-treasurer, C. S. Maguire; guard,. .^U�; Masson; delegate to Winnipeg con'ventioni'G�o. Massdn; alternate, E.i C. Cooper, . Scott Memorial Concert -The Overseas Club Scott Memorial concert; to be the,.S. O. E. Hall on Monday evening, promises to be.� grand success/ In addition to the �XMty' eand, the following' will take -part In the excellent programme: Miss ;Lu'mbard, . Miss Slmiji,' Mrs. C. R. ..Young,'Mrs. Rhodes, Messrs. Hannle, Weaver, FTyer Sadowsiti, G, B.'Fleming, C. E, Gibson and Rhynd Jamiesou. C.'P.' P.."Conybearre win give a short address on the Scott-tragedy., "9; O; .F. Whist Drive 4nd Daneo. .The 'Canadian, OrBep of Foresters .will; Aofd one,, of, their.-;poipular; whlat drives and dances on .Thursday evening, FebLuary 27, In the K. of P. hall, at"7-.-30.p.m. sharp.' Whist'will start at 8.45 p.m. Th-e large committee appointed'to handle the entertainment are>, working hard to' make' this the top-notcher of the season. Any member 'wish'ing information, tickets or Invitation' cards, iple'ase; call on C- It. 'Bro.~Koflas or P.S; Bro. A'. Neldlg;' ...........Jvyo Year Terms, Proposed, At t)ie Miners'' Convention yesterday afternoon, notice was given-that '^n amendment to the consditutlon would be introduced whereby officers will not hereafter take office until after the annual convention. This is to allow all. protests-to be settled on tiie .floor of the convention. It is also suggested that the-term of office for dlstriet offloers be � made' two years instead of one as now, as the International Board of. officers are, now elected for two-year terms. CITY AND DISTRICT Out After Business There will bo a meeting of Grassy Lake farmers Monday afternoon to hear a representative of the Leth^ bridge Cfeamery. : Elders J. H. Robinson, L. B. Lynd, J. T. WiUard and.-.W.'s. Mowhinney will bo ordained elders, in. Taber Presbyterian church; on Sunday." Builder'sV Exchange to Meet A sp.eclal meeting of the Builders* Exchange,wjn be held in .the,Exchange" room, Sherlock Building,, on Monday ;aftemoon at 3.30 o'clock. Potato .Business Good Manager, Lloyd,-of the Farm .Products, .ild.,, repprts that wHhin the. past few days five carloads of. Alberta! potatoes � have - been shipped to Saa-: ikatchewan., � ? Back.from Blalrmore Fritz Sick, managing director of the Lethbrldge Brewing; and Malting Coi, returded last night' from Blalrmore, where he was transacting' business connected with big interests there. ' Operator Is Free The case against CP. R. telegraph operator, T. He'gan.of Klpp, was dismissed yesterday ' afternoon .by In-; s'pector ' West, and A. B. Humphries, owing to the fallur^ of the prosecution, to pTov�:its case; Discussed Secretary's Report " The session ;� of the miners' convention thfs, morning was taken up,;wlth ^a lengthy discussion of committee 're-porbs ;apt! the V report of Secretary-Treasurer Carter! "There were .no features bfougiit "^ouf In the' dfeousslon. PROF, mm GAVE IN POPULAR WAY HE DWELT ON CHEMISTRY IN RELATION TO LIFE ^ Dl'r'ectoriiss out Next Saturday"  The, new. city directory :belng,;lBsu^d by. the:"Buslnesp. 'Meu'? Association is almost completed, .';and iSecretary Hay will be ready to commence distribution licxt SMurday. The � new '.city telephone directory- will also be ready for dlBtrlbutloiji/ ori -the isame ,,dg.te. ' Another larg� and Interested audience attended the -University of Al-' berta -Extension lecture given in; the Central school ttuditorlum last �'venlug by iPpofessor A L. Lehman, who dealt with the subject "Chemistry, in Its re-; lation to daily life." ; � Professor Lehman demonstrated the exact chemical processes in making . bread. In addition to; explaining the nature and composition of . va'rious explosives, illustrating .this with a small sample of nltro-glycerlno taken ifrom the'possessions of some gentlemanly safe/blowers, ^operating recently in Edmonton. , ' ' ' Describing 'the manufacture of gun , cotton ;and. smokeless . powder,the Isoturer described; how gun' cotton made from'wood pulp Is again; converted into beautiful "artificial silk. Prof. Le'nm'an also, referred to tl�e many advantages to .be-gained from the study; of chemistry. �"; ' .; It was again another .excellent ''ev-; enlng well spent In.the Interests of educational affairs; Much enjoyment was afforded, by several seleotlons from the. ;Hlgh school orchestra, who appear to be gaining In favor, V Transferred to Nelson  Levcrett De'Veber, of the local branch of the Bank of Montreal, has be.en transferred to Nelson, B.C.;.and left this morning to assume bis'new duties. . . i ; VoteiOnSt. Patrick's Day" ;$; / . :.Taber ratepayers will on'.March IT, j vote on a bylaw giving the Canada f West Coal Co., a, franchise, for li^hW Ing the town. ;ii,'.:;�>'�;:,> S^'t ' ' K ' Wall Papers It makes all the difference in the world to a room if you have 3elfected the right; kind; of wall paper. Select from our big-; stock, we have the Right Kind in a.great variety,^ ; , ; . ^; ; Fall line of high grs^cle paints aiid Vai'-rushes and brushes.................. ;