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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor B��t $1.25 a Day Hotel in AI be eta 1 WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven> lent Place to Stay House Work MADE PLEASANT AND EASY WITH OUR CONVENIENCES Klecliic 1 ruii^. U'lia r:i iilccil I'tu-.') yc;ti"s . .S;j..>0 Kk'i-iric T(i;i-t(.'is .................. >^oAH) J\iu-licu (iriiidci-v..........So.M) to .SKMK) Ouv slock ill uiensiU i-. iH)iiii>lt'tr. C. W.GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" SIO 5kh S;reet Phone 761 In The Last Lap Of 1913 Wf hiivo [)iri)ari'(l lor youv Now Yi";n-"s cclobntlit)!! iii i-olloctiiig tosoHicr many do-lica.-ii's wliu-h will appeal to you. tliat ymi may luivo your Now Yoar's Diunor JUST lUliliT. A iVw spooials loi- tiklay aiui loniorrow. (.iu)it'f .Ntw Swool l^oUilot's Mys lor l25c. Toa (lanlen Braiul Sfraiiied Honey, \orv Fino I lot Uouso Lottiicc. head. ir.c. '>0'-"- I'iiio Larjjo Ripe Banana.s.........50c. llol lloiiso l-.uounibois. .-JOc. and.....35c .j-^. ()i..,,j,es. oxlra value tomorrow .25c. ('.alil'diiii;! ("oud) lloiuy. ohoioo .... 30c. Frosh Oy.stcrs, pint, 50c; f|uart......90c .'v oar of .iouathau. Baldwin and Wagner .Apples Ironi Hie Spokane Valley, aIV soincHiing extra in quality and appearance and we recommend them to you. Hand Packed. Hand Picked. i)er$2.50 Oilier (iood .Vpples, from 1.90 per case to -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 62� Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con-fectionery. Wholesale and Retail areeery Otpt. SM WholeMi* Dept. 1171. WEATHER A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All START THE YEAR WITH ONE OF OUR OFFICE OR POCKET DIARIES OR A CALENDAR PAD FOR HANDY USE. Robertson's Book Store THE OFFICE SUPPLY HOUSE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHOI'L 1265 sChoooldtes ! l.i'thbriiljie, tlear ........... ;>.' 18 EiliDonton ........................ IS 0 Resiiui. cleiir ................. IS "> Port Arthur, cUnidy ,32 2H .02 Nelson .............................. 3.5 2> .20 Umnd Forks ................... ;50 IS Calgary, clear ................ 38 lu Medicine llat. clear ....... 20 t Prince Albert, cloudy .... 22 0 Moose Jaw. clear .......... 17 2 Winnipeg, cloudy ........... 3tj 10 .02 Kaniloops. cloudy .......... 30 2ii Pcnticton........................ 32 22 Some liuiit snow fulls have occurred in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan. It has been mild during the day time and cold at nights. FORECAST : Western Provinces - Fair today and Saturday, not much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT A Business Change The firm of McMahon, & Quinn. implement agents, has dissolved and Jir. Thomas Quinn will continue the business. FOR SALE AT KILUEN'S Empress Block Choir Practice The Wesley church choir will meet for practice at ,S o'clock tonight in tlie old church. Every member Is urgently reciuestod to be in utteudance. Manual Training Classes a;� night classes at the :\Iauual Ti'aijiiug school v.-ill re-open on llon-(Jay nisht, after the Christmas vaca-ticn. Sleighs For the Boys and Girls 20p.c. discount Buy your Boy a Sled and let lihu fully enjoy it ^vhilo tlie siiOAv is here. Coasters- 40c to $1.20 Flexible Riiiujer Coasters .$1.80, .$2.2."� and $3. The Red Qoss Drug a.nd Book Co�* Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT A Smoker at Barracks An enjoyaible smoker wag held last night at the R.N.'\V..M.P. barracks fully twenty guests attending. Eig:ht of the member* of Are brigade were present and a few of the members of K Division from outside points. Coal Company Starts Operations The Cardston Coal & Coke Co. has been formally organized, and the company have a few men employed drifting, and there is a good demand for the product. The mine as a steam coal pToposition. Phone 85S North Lethbrldge Men's Own Jlr. Craig of Calgary �will address the Jlen's meeting iu WestnJnster church on Sunday, from 4 to 5 p.m. Subject: "A New Year's Jlessage."' Soloist, Miss Howsou. Orchestra in attendance. This Men's Own is making sound and rapid strides, and everything is beins done to make the meeting as bright �f,s possible. Come and make youreeU al home. The Red Corner liave .-i line ajssort-uient of GLA.SSWARE at Bariraiii Prices. COME IN AND LOOK AROUND Riigina Old Timer Dead Jlegina, Jan. !.-James Bole, one of oldest residents o' the Regica irict died today. He was the fath-Df .T. F. Bole. M.F.. for Kegina. D. Bole, Montreal, former MP., for nnlpeg, Mrs. ,T. \V, Smith. Regina, �3. Daw-BCn, Regina and Mrs. L. Ran-Winnipeg. THE NURSING MiSSiON Provides visiting niirses for maternity and all medical and surgical cased (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for tree of cl)arge. Graduate nurses for private duty alscMprovided. For furtlier particulars "apply to the Nursing .Mission i}]4 Tih Avenue South. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (.Miss) 3J. A. .McKay, Grad. Nurse. No Successor to Miss Preston Tiie schools open on Monday, and as yet there has been no successor appointed to Miss Preston as teacher of Domestic science. It is understood i that an effort was made to secure Che services of Miss Goldie, of the .School of Agniculture at Claresholm, but that young lady, who is reputed to he one o' the best teachers in the province, declined in faVor of the government institution. Monarch Man. Dead Tlie death occurred in the city this morning of Charles Emery Combs, of Monarch, after a somewhat prolonged illness. Mr. Combs came to Southern Alberta from Iowa, and for the past two years lias been foreman of J. F. Cowan's ranch, east of Mon-' arch. Funeral arrangements have net yet been fully made, but the remains will be taken to Pacific Junction, Iowa, for burial. Deceased was aged 3.J years, and married. DOCTOR GOT SCRATCH Ottawa M. P. Tore Protecting Glove During Operation and Poisoning Ensued. /E HAVE JUST THE .HOUSE-ON HAND 'uu are looking for. It is a six ooni, fuUy.jndderh cottage, on lot and a-half. Cement base-fmcnt and well built. On Soutli s^de, for' $2,200.00 Small cash paynjeut, balance montWy }t desired. .HOUSES TO RENT -THE- ilBWflejf JHitern laotf Co. Shiiriitek BiilKtng, Phoqe S44 Personal Mention .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tenny, of Warner, spent .Vew Year's day in the city. J. 1). Watson, one of the largest i ranchers and live stock dealers in .Aiontana is regislereri at the Alexandra. F. .). .Moniscn. v >tensive farmer in the New Dayton district is stoi)-ping at the Dallas. W. L. Phillip.s, of tlie Hu i ,un's Bay Ottawa, Dec. :;0.-Dr. .(. L. Chabot. __i M. P.. one of Ottawa's representa- -' tivps. is confined to a. local liospital. suffering from ijlood poisoning. The trouble commenced four weeks apo wlien, in perfcrraing an oiiera-i ..^^.g ^j- i->incher Creek, is in Llie city lion on a patient which involvpd the  ^ visit. opcnii;c; of the skull, the doctor tore open his rubber s'lOve and vpry sliglit-ly Ecratcheil tlte tip of, the index finger of tho left hand. Dr. Chabot has now befn coufnmd to bed for the past tlircp days, suffering great pain and it i.s thoucrlit i'. | will be some consideralile time before . he will be �Me to be out. Higinbotliam s Yellow Throat Mixture Keep a bottle of tlii.s old failiioiied remedy liaudy iu of enierg'ency. 25c J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The JJamaXl Store TELEPHONE I^O. 923 Watchnight Service TJ-.M-e wa-^.a .pleasimgly large attendance at tlie Watchnight service in Westminster churo on New Year's Eve. Rev. .1, B. FYancis conducted to service. At the close, the first half of the 'New Year was spent in social intercourse, Mrs. iFrancis sening choice relreehmemte. a kindly ax;t �wliich added much to tine pleasure of i the occasion, which was much ai>- I preciated. QOALITY OF SEED T J CITY AND DISTRICT .1. .M. Kimball of Cardston, is a bus-iiies.s visitor in town today. BAND Every night at the cosy HDllEr Kink agaaKS i i i ' i.i ssss Opens 7.30 Police All Sworn in For tefcre thoy were Ipguily quiilihed to keep tlie peace. Magistrate l^lton turned the trick yesterday morning and in a few minutes all bad taken the oath. Street Car Inspector Covell was sworn in as an officer of the law this morning at ijoUco court, and C'cmmissionor Reid took the oath of office before ; the police magistrate also, it being I decided that he could not be sworn I in by the city clerk, when tlie oler'i himself had net yet taken the oath. A New Settler Tiie household effects of R. Wey-miUer, who recently settled in the irrigated district oast of Lothbrid.p.e, on one of the C. P. R. ready made farms, a.rriv6d .yesterday from the Sunshine Valley, California. UUSINESS LOCALS WOOD-V.e always carry on hand i' slock of dry wood, cut in stove Icngtlia $8.00 per load delivered. Phone ;JB2. Citlzeus Lumb'jr Co.'. iM., 136 10th "it- N. 2G8-0 the icners. Investigation on Monday The invcEtigation into the charges made by Mrs. Corry, through the Children's Aid society, iu; connection with the Detention Home, has been postponed from today until iJouday. Superintendent Chadwick writes that he will start from Edmonton on Sunday, and arrive on .Mofrday to undertake the work. Owner of Ring Located Al last the popular-diamond ring at the police station has been returned to the owner. After eleven claimants had described the ring In as many different ways, the twelfth one satisfied the chief that he was the rightful owner. Judging from the number of claimants, there.Jiaa been a lar^e number of uparklere lest in this city, the values set ranffin^ from TJSO.OO to $2,50.00.'. The police had no record of this number having been lost previous to the . ap]^�Sjiraiice of Ottawa, Dec. 30.-A good e.tamplo of how agi'icultural productions can j he increased and farniing made more profitable is the fact that the grain crop of Canada has beem increased by more than 24,000,000 :oushels yearly by the use of the best quality of aeed. Tills at least is the statement of Prof. J. W. Robertson. He says: "At least six million acres in Canada last year had crops that wore appreciably different and better on account of the seed which was sown. I am away within the mark in saying that tlie increased quality was four bushels to the acre." He stated that forty per cent of the grain crops In Prince Edward Island and 30 per cent of the crops in Manitoba had been improved by the use of the best seed and other parts of the couniti-y had benefitted in the same way. The report tells of an experiment made by 30 farmers who planted banner oats of both the registered and unregistered varietv. The aiorage jield was, registered, .'A ibushels; unregistered, .4,'!. KINNONDALE Kiunondalo, Alta., Dec. I'C.-.Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Paul 16ft last week tor the eafit. Sirs. J. Donald is homo from Brooks keeping house for them. Mr. and -Mrs. Samson and Mr. and Mts. Fetherstono, of Nanton, spent Christmas with their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Coliw.ell. .Hiss Bertha Paul has gone to San-katcUewan for a visit. .Mr. and .Mrs. Bruce MoTall and family B\>^nt the holiday in Brooks v/th the Ryalls. -Mr. T. B. Hodge made a business trip to Bassano last week. A very small crowd attended the turJiey vaffle at Mts. D. O. McCole-man's on the 20th. About ten birds were disposed of and she made a trip to Vulcan with the rest. >Mr. George Mapletaft drove into Lethbrldge this week on business. M ML .Major-Oeueral  VV. II. Cotton's term as Inspector-General has been extended to March 31, when he will retire oo siipcramiuation to he succeeded by CfpneralLessard. / YOUR FIRST RESOLUTION: ^Always 'Our Best' Flour For Me ' Piurouize a HOME INDUSTRY aud gain the advantage of liaking' Avitli the best flour to Ijc bougiit in any market. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta We have some No. 1 Turkeys for Your New Year's Dinner Phone 725 and we guarantee to please you City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH FAMOUS IMPORTED Wurzburger, Hofbran and Original Pilsener Genossen-schafts Brand on tap at DAU AS HOTEL AUCTION SALE of Furniture WtLL, TAKE PLACE 915 8th STREET SOUTH, DUFF ADDITION Monday, January, 5th, 1914 COMMENCING AT 2.30 O'CLOCK Take the street car, White Line, to comer of 9th Ave and Sth St. Being instructed by the owner, P. T, Robins, 1 will sell by Public Auctlou, the following: 1 Williams Piano. 1 Lounge - Centre Tables 1 Oak Rocker 'i piece Parlor Set, .Mahogany y Oak Arrn Chair � Oak Dining Room Chaiis ?. High Back Diners 1 Kitchen Chairs 1 Wicker Chair 1 Baby High Chair I Child's Cot 1 Round Dining Room Table, li iciiven I Kitchen Table 1 Kitchen cabinet 2 Dressers F. T. ROBINS, Owner 2 Stands 1 Sideboard 1 Cook Range Book case and books tresses Two beds, springs and mf.t-:'. large Rugs T> Small Rugs Dinner Service Tea' Set, Glassware, Dlslics Two Tubs ,'/0 feet of Hose Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Lamps Cooking Utensils and other articles too numerous to men-lion. TERMS CASH Gus Neldig, Auct. AUCTION SALE Lfttlibridgc Feed and Sale Barn Tuesday, January 6th Two O'clock 8hai|� -FOR SALE- 15 Head of 1st class Milch Cow.s. ;i Pairs of Heavy Brood Mares, matched, dy: good Yearling Colts, ;> or 4 .Pairs of Good Cleldings, ranging 1~'00 lo 1400 jjounds. And various other articles. ' -I. A. HMITH. Auctioneer. ;