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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRiBGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas p^dtel It the Best and-Moet'Conviri." lent PUo6l,m""' W A 1" THE DIFFERENCE IN PRICE Between good ones and poor ones is-not nearly so great as tho  difference in ciuaUtr. There la a still blggei- difference la service and satisfaction. ' Our Shear* and Scissors, are, tempered  evenly and are practically unbreaKable. G. W. GmY ^ **The store.Jhat SilverITbu Money** 310 Sth Street '5^ i Phone 761 WESTERN mm 3he Mayor Returns From Trip , ko Coast--Busy Biulcling  Season:Forcasted i,l)er,'jEeb^25.-Mayor Douglas re-Id/t^^^niins 1W. *;trl x�,veri'�vltria '^nderatoo^ tl>%fe*?i* 1fe^d'edl;in,lnt^sttas a numr tMtestdmtcapttalists in tfie coal , Taber.i ^A' la^-ge deal is penfl-Vlilcft will result in extensive de^ ^JaxsU in the coal industry at ^cPota#\', % , ' > ' , i _Sbj^gt( 'Wright returned on. Monday )mm lousiness JtripjB Mediane Hat '' khl^aj'-^ftt'^ytriim during thg .he -w^^.Ib th^'atiove cities, teceiv-' large unumber of inquiT!M:|re?| ilpg!j'aben> jHe say's the large amf tjipfftWjieatfrom here.ctc^s tier With.ithe'lieVvy.*outpitt of coat; d'^'Brospectlvye TaHw/ay development fer^riSfe general -interest 'in Taber ^iSll}i^;io gnarantee the .bonds of .ben^tod'alab'for the charter" lor the Tai>cf'Tran.slt-'cio. ' �t'/.'^;Ki�inef;, of Calgary, and G. W. 5?i^�uft :o|4winjiipeg-, were in town on rJ^piiday,'lnithe.':lnterests of the Taber Several�real"'ei^ate firms from out-TBlde poiali'fiavi^^feeen in'town recent-iJbriWJjUiiaiiirt**.^^ offices here.' :;:if^vu�" v/aiMi.�mi,i�:'i�?�.io. . V-�.I'neajfjjMooeea'jJaTVjwhen nooaL.oU was iB^fnilaTing^completion. * Taber poitred ori,th for .. ?5c. Oholee: cooking figs, per tb 10c. Choice Prunes,: per Xti, ..... 10c Ralslne. 16>,03^ packet ...; .10c. Blue Label Catsup, bottle. .30c. bLUE RIBBON TEA, albs. foi;.. Lib^iy's catsup, bottiW . .ao� C. 4 B, Muafiro'om .Cattup regular price 30o;:>noV ... 20c Royal Shield BaklnjjPpwder . 6 tbs. for ......i....... 70e. Choice Apples, 4J/2 Ibt for 2Bc. Shredded Wheat,, 2' for .,. -2Bo ..;.....................$1.00 The Premium Grocery 824.11th St. South a. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrlll* PHONE W -PHONES^ Grocery Dept. BiB Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery; . ' Wholesale and R'etiiiil >phones- Grocery Dept. S2B Wholesale Dept 1271. WEATHER .ft* .02 Lethbridge, clear .... Edmonton,dear ...... Bpttletord, dear ...... Swift Current, clear. Regma, cleat ......� ... Jlinnedosa, clear ...... Port .\rthiir, clear ... Nelson ...... .............. Grand Kork^ ...... ... Galgary, clear ... ...... Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, clear i Moose Jaw, clear .i.. Qu'Appelle, clear ... Winnipeg, clear, ... .... Kamloops, clear ;.. ..i Penticton ...... ,.v FORECAST : Western Provicdis Pine with continued lower temperatures _ today and Thursdays* � Weathfer one year ago today :- Lethbridge ...... 45 221 CIT Y^^ ANI>^BISTRIGT jfv, ---- May Come Thursday, 1 GeoTge Haag, the, well-known horseman, hopes to ship his stringof horses from Calgary to Lethbridge, tomorrow or Friday. A--c.-:ih.:'V''^A...; - 1 -21 0 -22 -10-30 -10 -20 -5-31 3 -34 26 4 34 14 L2 4 4-8 (} -20 -16 -36 -20 -23 - 2 -26 12 -28 28 2 35 14 Left fop Coast - ;S. B. !Mlt|BEL0N(CJS}:Jp,tHiS3EER ALONE ''^^^''^=^fesXW' BEER "BE SURE iiMG AND i�ITED , JAPANESE TABLE MATS SET OF FOUR 23c per set japanese electric light � -"shades 35c. each The i^d:Cross Drug and Book Co�t Ltd. Phlone 65J;r Third Avai GITY AND DISTRICT Back from Vancouver Detective-Sergeant K'ronlng arrived home this afternoon from Vancouver, bringing with liim ex-Constable Leech, who will face a charge of theft in the police, court tomorrow morning. May Invest Here Robert Cressman, a well-known Investor of Berlin,, Ont.,. is' in the city wlth^the object of sepurlng property here. ; Mr. Cressman thinks well of Lethbridge, and Its future.  : , In New Offices -. Mittord &" Co., real estate brokers and financial agents, have moved Into their t handsome new offices in the Sinnot .sbuUdlng, at the � coTner of Fourth'avenue South and Fifth street. If You Lack ACME. POLISHING.CLOTHs! REDIO POLISHING CLOTHS (Green and Yellow) ' V CHAMOIS SKINS. ."WONDER SHINE" ' BARKEEPER'SiFRIJEND! ELECTRO SILICON, SILVER CREAM. Will supply It. ' - J. D. Higinbothiam & Co., Xtd; The ^e&aSl'^Siore TELEPHONE HO. 322 ' May Come Here ..�5':-J.i'Brown, travelling agent of the Hart-Parr Co. left yesterday^ for Re-glna; where he win-Bpend some time fn^oonnectlon- with establishing a general afeency. of thehcompany in this city."' - ^ , : Real'Estate Brighteitiing , -.Locah tealf estat^^bi'Okers announce that their ba�lnes8 lis brightening.-up In cgnaectuence of-the.Tecent industrial programme :.mappedv out by;-the cRy cpiincUi";: 'Many^ Inquiries.' arc/. being received for ii^slde lots., . .-. - Pat Egan In 'the East' .Pat Bgan, who left Lethbridge last [.fall i shortly after- ha i had recovered fromi the effects of ;a|wound received when shot In >tbe back on -Fifth ;street by Richard Christian, is. In. Ottawa. TKb-.- QX-deteotlve .'has been .spending the winter at his boipe in Halifax, .. , /' Defendant Wins In tlig case of the Rogers-Gunning-ham,"Luml>er Co. against .David King, for the\balance. of account i due, i his, .lonor.iJ.udg'e Winter; In the;Dlst/ict Cou'rV today, found In defendant's favor,-without, costs., His Honor;also dip-missed :defendttnt's counter claim with-Qut.'costs. Mr. Ritchie appeared for the 'plaintiffs; and.Mr. Poapst for the defence. Demonstration Farms . Revenue Producers BUSINESS ^qCAts BEX TRANSFER;'Phone 670, ofljce Alta. Saddlery, opposlte'Ctialdaje hotel Automobile Livery: -Ph'o&e'1206. 654 Miss /Tilney will hbld-her- Spring Millinery Openings; Thursday, -Friday a^d Saturday, February 27th; 28t.hfand March let, when she- will have ^xtn display all the newest designs, in, iipr. to-date �millinery. Miss Tllnpy h{(8:a large and handsome, assortment.of The favorite Gage Hat, each 'hat has' a distinctive style of itis oWh, which makes it very popular. -Included with these are English; fecehch and American patterns. Miss TUney. has with her this season Miss McLeod, of Torr onto wlio. comes highly recommended arid has had long' experience InHflm-^ ralng;  'iWe-extend -a-most- (jordlali'lnt _yita>tIon|tOiall the ladles of: Lethbridge 'and -call, and--see,: our-elegant stpck at S17-3rd avenue 6S-2  First class Oardflton meadow 'hay, delivered to. any pavt,'of .the;oltK'at: $13.00 -per ton. . -Hyde' &Saunders, Phone J.241. , 65r,-4 DON'T FORGET to be on'ljiand at; the K. P. Hall on Thursday'evenJng, Febrrvi'.ry 27th'at'.8.30' sharp;' toen. Joy the hospitality, of .Canadian; Order of Foresters at tholr'whlst'l drive ^.'nd, dance. Floe supper, good'musld'and high class prizes. G^ii,tS:, $ltDO; ladles free. ^ ' ' G5-2 .. WINDOW CLEANING -^Qat-Jour CARPETS BEATEN, iB(itlstactio(i, guar-; anteed".' Cellars SnU: furnrfceS ''clCaiit ed. Reasonable prrioep. Phone 1127. CITY AND DlSTRI(^r - � '-m:- '^'^ ::-xrf~;l--.y' Are Coming IHome '-^ F. W. Downer and Arthur Barnsley, who have been'to, the-Ol'd^-Countryifojr the past .t^*o . m'onths'fc-are-en" rpute home, They were in Ottawa today.i , An ImportantvMjBetlnfl; if^j^^^ There will be'a meeting of :the Trades and Labor,, Council i/tomorrpw (Thursday) night, to transact 80p(\e specially Important business. , Barracks Crowded � With only eighteen vcells: available; there are at present in:* the neighbor-; hood of 47 guests en pension "apt-he Mounted Police Barracks; .' '  . - � . . �.:f-.'-.^:t:-.-"- .v - A Rumored Resignation, ;�;:-  v It Is reported that -Supt. Thqmas,' who has been In cbarge. of (the ;Ghlnv ook 00.1.1 Co. mine herojslnce it^lJegani operations, has resigned;' Off tp New York' ' ' ' T. D;-Keikln: left a:I�w day? po;tor the east, and la today-In, iOttawa, en route for Ne.w York./rMi;. Ke'irln sneni; some time In New'TorhT laet ^prljig. ; ', Mr, ivee HomewardIBounj^ -' i;a:,: irig for home; "Mr;ilwes'hft*ibje^'ift in; - (Continued from - front page). grain, roots and hay raised on the farm wete-fed.' The gro^s:profit' from the - sale "of cattle 'was: $4,587; for. sale of swine or sheep, $65*, from: the sal-e of 'horses: $450, and' from', all other sources the revenue w.^b.$2,355. No .assistance had .-bee? glyen. in m6n4y, ito persons shlppirig-,in cattle, lo* .'Alberta during '191^; as ,8 'matter .ot \fact;' ithe governmentsdid not un-j deftfikeito, ship any cattle,;,tOy a,eU to farmeri tothe-r than stock-'soldifrom de-monstrMIou: farms; -, a J. -, ;:;Hon..'.Malcolm, McKenzlB^ in ,T�ply tbioV-RUtherford, stated that the fol-:lowii}g amounts of money ver&Btand-Ipig- ;;to : the  credit: of.' provincial treasury from the propeeds of the aaleiof'iborids guaranteed-by. the''prori Vlnpe.'in the.year? mentioned:. jiidmoii? ton. Dun vegan and.B.'C., 1911', $l-;8.7g;; 14146.69;' Grand Trunk '.Pacific branch, lines, 1910, $1.00; C. n! Wesfern Railway, 10X1-1912, $109,203.20; Canadian Northern Railway Co., 1909, $99, ,965'.52.- : � C � ;RBplylng to Dr. Stewart, Lethbridge, who, asked in respect: of how .many roilotj of railway 'had.'provlncial guar--: ;�;owar,fc; Mt. |^Sifto]i:TAtated.. that.. tb�v .provlnc^.^ guaranteed the bonds of )b6 Gt.,T,'�.; br^Hpb''Hnes company Ih resiiect to vl9;3 ttiles of tbe ;Galgary-qputti3.jlne. ^No'/g'uiVantee bad beeh given fpr the 'bonds f8r a line starting, fi'o^'a-;0oint '6n.,,ttife 'Gl. T, R, tir^noli. llh,e',''j)et.feen,' Q�Ut%y'and I^sthbrldg-e, running-tttf -----direction �frjomi,-M^ii-t ^ or near Macieodi,' "facition Engine Repairs i.'We'keep on hand' for immediate shipment,''gearing and repair paris- for the'32 h.pi Reeves and Case Engine.' We' ittake.g^ Ing fbr-^pther engines as well. All gears are of the best quality-of Bemi-atS^l -and our prices are below those of the manufacturers. The Lethbridge Iron Works LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 332. FilGFDII eport) Ottawa, Feb. 26.-The-- desirability; of railways, doing'dverything in their power to^Ivi>:the:^est the necessary tranapprtatloii' facilities ;was- emphasized in "the � railway; :Qonimlttee of the CommonsJ-'thls morning,'" when .W. B. Sha,rp'e'a bill r'espVot'ing the' Gaifa'dlau , Northern .^VV'.esteTa-'ir'llne waa^ under consideration. '. 1 > W .A. Buchahan; of Medicine Hat," drew th6,-attention';df the oommitt-ee" fo the need of,th sOttlers alongjti'e proposed route'r_to;^l>ethbrIdg�^ a portion of whlph^'^aa.onlyibeen constructed. He recelved.a petition from one, confmun!ty,'iyhlch;.fr 60: miles, :awaly' from a railroad.' Jn this district 65,-000 bushel^ of!,gralnf vr^re''growh^iast' yeaT. " ' ' \, *- He:;poIntea :qut..tVat(,these ^iettJera, ibad gone to;lhat*dls&lct^on the:urtder convenience' and'^hardship.,' He-suggested that relief^cauld-be given by cppatructlng>fa*,llne';'�rpm. the: west-trh end at; ono6;'.-He::fjirth6r pointed 6ut that- the.i:charter:ha,a':beeh granted;.or-lginally^ln':1908} and. jh^t it was about time the Ilnb shojulld'be completed. J �,The-MJaleterj Too-�;�::� .:-m rbfgfvVyou," He said.  "It .'so&e '.one^fSvpiild onjy provide the mopey'we Vq^Jd be'only-too glad to go ahead with construction,'' re-' piled Mr. Ruell. "Is this a case of a railroad biting off' more than 16 can chew?" asked Mr. EmmerBon. Mr. Cochrane suggested that In future no charters 'bo^'glven': for oom-petlug branch Unesi-.'^re �: they,7>arc leasthah twenty miieg-'apart.' -/Counsel's Objections' ,' "ilr. Ruell; In replying to the- Bug-gestlbns made by Mr. BuchanaxL-aald it ^Tvas doubtful if'construction-.�ould b'e commenced at the west: end ,o�rthe i Jlne.because of the- difficulty-4n::'get--|'^ng:In supplies. He:assured, mltte'e - that every,�''-effort',.';would be made to. proceed with .the conBl;ruotlon of :'tiile:branch at aa,, early-a date as ' possible. A great-:deal,:/he)aaldj depended! upon the state,"of tile Jnoney market. ^4 After Bome discusBiqn theibill >ras reported. It authqrizff�',an jextens'lon of time for thescb^a^ifuctloniofivari-. . oua lines in thevwesW including the following: . � ...�.��..'-,:::�,-;,t'� - ,. Humboldt to Calgary;^: Maryfleld to Lethbridge: iNorth ;tBattlei!brd. 'to 'Ath-, abasca Landing^' wjjth- Ja. .br'an-oh to Green Lake;. ;Huraboldt -:to,> Melfordr from SwI-ftCuVrent'to it point-near thc, ; Junction::of, the company's authorized, line running toward.�Maeleod�and'l/eth, bridge and from :.lRJ9gln|,-'fo,Elbow;; e.:;for the ' ' corfstruotioilof'the, Canadian, W^estern-. Rsllway Co;;'i,was,'.reported. ,i; The? llho ' vyUlrun from "cbutts^ through'. Card- ' t^^ton, ^nd -Pinqherii-Qreek- tbuCalgary., Mr. Turlff, wh'tfJ^^As i'n charge"qf the, ' bin, said that ,$26",oa'0 ,ha'd- beea-.spent . on �u-rveys'affi,>ihd �company, "w^^ -' ready to jprpceed.'wdthfconstructloi^i  , Mrl'.Buehajiaii eirtpKaalze^-4ho, de- ' BirablUty of .Bqme.,defl^alfe"; assurance ] Bsylng;the road would-bb bulfi'^vitiiout i delay. '' , , ; < ' . Mr'.-Turlff said he 'was certain tho i Worlt, wbjild. go thlB year.. -/ The."bi;i'_Bta'tlng^therouJ;e said the, road-.j'^buld i| run;'northbrly:-a erly from the tq,wn' of CouttSf/'to-wbrdB^", �hq,tow(i',,bf Cardstbn^ , lyir., ' Buchanan stated that there 'was no reason why -this should be', left Indefinite, and suggested the Inserting of ,tb$' wordl!'to" :Card8tpn,'; The suggestion 'was adopted. , ^ For three days only, mfeike room ior new stocks we will sell all last year s stock of/wall, papers at a 1' -� Air Good Sferjes and Colors TTT" :Wit.Wr^G^0N /BROS.);.'!.--;! 8316 ;