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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor B�n�t $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alborta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel la tho Best and Moat Convenient Place to Stn When you buy Cooking Utensils, it pays to get the Right Article for each purpose Every housewife knows the convenience and satisfaction this means For chopping bowls, bread boards, rolling pins, and similar articles, wooden ware excels everything else. C. W.GRAY " The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Quality. Quantity und .Service .and. Prices to Suit Everybody at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HCESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Manager s ay, o Id boy, Isn't your wife as fond of candy as she was before she married you? Take home a box from the The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR � i sis , NOW GOING AT COST . JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS' SHERLOCK BLOCK ........ PHONE 1232 Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS  405 6th St. S. (Dominion Block) Phone 1735 m Lowney's Delicious Candy The Name Guarantees the Goodness Let the Children Have Them GOOD FOR ALL. EVERYBODY LIKES THEM -GET-A BOX FOR. NEW YEAR'S, ALWAYS FRESH AT KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES � rMext Dallas'' Hotel- Dispensing,Chemists Phone 1487 .....- - l - -------- ft You have decided right it you have resolved to buy only Pure Food Groceries during 1913 \Ye claim the distinction -of soiling' only quality goods and at reasonable prices. The highest etHciency has been reached with Sniilor's Catsups. Chili Sauce and Tomato Soups. Xotice the very reason-aide prices: , SNIDERS CATSUP-12 oz. Bottles, each ................;..................... jOo. SNIDER'S CATSUP. Gallon Bottles, each ..................................... $1.75 SNIDER'S CHILI SAUCE, 8 z. bottles, each.................................... 25c. SNIDER'S TOMATO SOUP, Small Size, each ................................... 15c. SNIDER'S TOMATO SOUP, large size, each ................................... 25c. --PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridge, snowing .. Kdinontou, clear .. .. Culgary, snowing .. Medicine Hat, cloudy Battleford. clear .... Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, fan-.. Moose Jaw, clear ... Regina, cloudy .... Qu'AppelJe, clear ... Minnedosa, clear .... Winnipeg, clear ... . Port Arthur, fair.. . 39 15 .36 IS 40 .84 42 .10 30 10 14 s 36 :>i 22 11' .02 30 1 10 6 -4 0 - -14 30 0 26 26 .04 30 19 ^20 37 30 30 20 Grand Forks...... The weather in Manitoba has been fine and very cold. In Saskatchewan more moderate, and in Alberta quite mild, with snowstcrms. Forecast All West-Local snow Hurries, but mostly fine and moderately cold today and on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT Likes His School Professor Bramwell, of the Knighc Academy, Raymond, was visitor in the city today. Professor Bramwell is very optimistic concerning'the future of the Raymond school, aiu. looks forward to a successful season. Mr. Evans' Funeral The funeral of the late T. M. Evans will take place frdm the family residence on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o' clock sharp, and proceed to St. Aug-ustin's Church, where services will be conducted .by the Rev. Canon Mur-rill-Wright. Interment will take place in the Anglican cemetery. Were Without Lights The storm yesterday morning put the electTic light wires on Westminster road North out of commission, as last night everything was in darkness in that locality. It is understood the damage will he attended to at once and that everything will be in order again this evening. Jyst a Joke There was some stir in the corridors of the Alexandra Hotei last night when it became known that the names of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Long-worth, of Washington, D.C., had been placed on the register, it was only the -work of a joker, however, who played the trick while in exuberant spirits. The distinguished guests have not yet arrived. After X mas Bargains Now is your opportunity to get many things for yourself at a very low price. BR ASS WARE at J4 off. 1913 ART CALENDARS -at HALF PRICE. TOYS, DOLLS, ETC., at 25% Discount. ALL THE REMAINDER OF OUR XMAS STOCK - AT prices in many cases below actual cost. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co.. Ltd* CITY AND DISTRICT Watch for the Coupon The Bentley Co. have adopted the coupon method of promoting business and will give away a lady's or gentleman's fur coat on January 25. Phone 555 Third Ave. Died From Heart Failure Harry Moss, aged 42 years, died last night at the hospital, after' being stricken with an attack of heart failure on Tuesday last. The deceased is unknown in the city, and the remains are being held at the hospital morgue pending instructions from a sister, ?lrs. Duncan, Clarence street, Ottawa. A brother, who is said to be a well-to-do farmer, lives at Iron Springs The deceased man was a member in good standing of the Loyal Order of Moose. Will Be Big Show The poultry show, which is to be heid in the City Market on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week promises to he the largest exhibition of its kind ever pulled off In Southern Alberta. Already over 1200 birds are entered, and entries have been received -from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. It is to be hoped that the public will give the local association their strongest support, as this year'n exhibition should be a great attraction. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 the Messenger Service for pro-npt mt'ssairo and baggage, delivery. REX TRANSFER, Phone C70, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Two good stores and a large concrete basement for rent in Bryan Block.-Apply Mason & Risen, Ltd. 14-4 NOTICE-The members of North Star Lodge, No. 4, A. F. & A. M, are requested to be at the lodge room at j 1 o'clock sharp, on- Sunday, January' 5th, to attend tho funeral of our late Bro. T. M. Evans. Visiting brethren are requested to attend. Ma&onic funeral service at the lodge room is open to the DubUc. , 19-2 Kerfoot's English Fruit Tablets and Pastilles A full line of these simple delicious confections. The ideal -sweet for children. In pound jars and in bulk. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The gtefltq&C. Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 No Police Court There was a clean docket at police court this morning: the first pair of white gloves for the newly-appointed magistrate. An inspection Trip W. J. Wilde, superintendent of automatics for the government telephone system, arrived in the. city last night to inspect the plant here. Hurt in a Runaway George Bryan, driver for H. A. Mc-Rillop, is suffering from injuries, received in a runaway accident a couple of days ago. The driver was caught by a guy-wire on one of the pole lines, his face being badly cut. Building in Darkness Owing to the lack of light in the Board- of Trade building last night the regular weekly meeting of the Board of Trade council was postponed. The heavy wind of the previous night had blown down tha connections with the lighting system. Is Police Magistrate D. H. Elton received on the afternoon mail yesterday confirmation of his appointment as police magistrate, for which position he was recommended by the City Council about a month ago. Hereafter he will be known as Police Magistrate Elton, and will have the power of two justices of the peace. School Trustee Board The Board of Education will hold its first meeting of the year on Monday evening next, when the new chairman 'will be appointed to take the place of Dr. Galbraith, whose term expired at the end of the year, J. H. Fleetwood will be present for the first time in his capacity of secretary-treasurer. � CITY AND DISTRICT At Coutts Inspector West, of the Mounted Police, went to Coutts today on a brief inspection visit. FALL IN 1912 WAS 13.21 YEAR HAD BEEN PRECEDED BY VERY WET FALL-DECEMBER RECORDS Vistta Branch Here J. G. Whlteacre, the western manager of the Mason & Risch Piano Co., arrived in the city yesterday, in connection with tile opening of the new Mason & Risch store on Fifth street. Bank Clearings Improve The bank clearings for the week ended yesterday amounted to $545,-322.79, as compared with ?42S,836.o7 for the corresponding period last year. It will be observed that the increase is a healthy looking one. Loss to Stavely Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Severson and family left on Saturday for their new home in Victoria, B.C. Mr. Severson was one of Stavely'a dldest settlers, and will always toe remembered as the man who made Stavely famous by building the largest line, elevator between Calgary and Winnipeg. I Steamboat Arrivals The Canadian Pacific R.M.S. Empress of Britain is reported by wireless fifty-five miles east of Halifax at 1.45 a.m. this morning, and is due in St. John af. 10 p.m. tonight. Pas-eengersvare due in Winnipeg on Monday night, and in Lethibridge on Wed. nesday at 3.50 a.m. According to the figures of E. E. Elsenhauer, meteorological observer at the Experimental Farm, the total precipitation for 1J12 was- 13.21 inches. As the average in this district is 16.C0 inches, the rainfall was 3.40 inches below the mark. However, in 1911 the precipitation exceeded the average by six inches, and the average for the two years is, therefore, maintained. The weather observations for the month of December follow: Number of cloudy days...... 14 Number of days during which snow fell............ fi Total hours of actual snowfall Total precipitation for month ................inch's e Highest temperature recorded Lowest temperature recorded. Mean temperature for month 12 0.23 00.1� 0.9" 27.16" Total hours of bright sunshine ................hours 102.3 Total precipitation January 1, 1912, to December 31, 1912, in. 12.21 MAIL STEAMER FOUNDERED Bona, Algeria, Jan. 3.-The Cunard liner, Tyria, rescued and brought into this -port today 98 of the passengers and crew of the French mall steamer Saint Augustine, running between Marseilles and Algiers. The S^int Augustine foundered just after midnight, when the Tyria had her In tow. No details as to how the accident occurred have been received. HIS LIFE 18 SAVED Halifax, Jan. 2.-The sentence of death passed upon Hubert Grant, which was to have-(been carried cut next Wednesday was commuted to life Imprisonment' today by His Royal Highness, the Governor-General. Grant received the news without comment or emotion. Standard Canned Goodi We have made an exceptionally good buy in standard canned, goods and from now on until February 1st offer tho following at these yxeoptlonally low prices. Beans, 2s, Wax or Refuge... ............2 tins 25c-$2.80 per case Peas, 2s, Early June................... 15c per tin-$3.20 Corn. 2s...............................2 tins 25c-$2.70 Tomatoes, 3s, ......................... 2 tins 35c-$3.90 Strawberries. 2s, ......................2 tins 45c-$5.25 Red Raspberries, 2s, .................. 2 tins 45c-$5.25 Black Raspberries, 2s,..................2 tins 45c-$5.25 Red Cherries, 2s...................... 2 tins 45c-$4.85 Lawtonberrles, 2s, .................... peritin 20c-$4.50 Gallon Pumpkin.................................-$2.45 Remember these are ail STANDARD CANNED GOODS, not second class quality goods. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2Tb tin for ..20c. Raspberries, 2tb tin for ... 20c Peaches, 2Tb tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2tt> tin for.......20c. Gooseberries, 2Tb tin for ... 20c. B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK ... Choice Bulk Dates, per tb ..10c. " Cluster Raisins, per Tb 20c. " Table Figs, per tb. ... '20c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2Tb tins .. 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple syrup, yz gal. 65c ...................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 324.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrilla PHONE 674 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th 8T. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SALE OF SKATES LITTLE BOBS, Double runner for children  70 cents, Now.............50c. HALIFAX CLUB SPRING- 90 cents; Now...............60c. MAPLE LEAF HOCKEY- $4.00; Now....... ."....... $3.00 DUNN'S TUBULAR- 14.00; Now...............$3.00 HOCKEY STICKS- 30 cents; Now........ ...... . , 20c. SKATE STRAPS- 35 cents; Now, per pair.......25c. 326-Oth Street South PHONE 675 Lethbridge P. O. BOX 27 READY ROOFING Tharc is still time to get that building under cover ....... 'before winter. U8E PAROID CERTAlNTEED READY-ROOFING Easy and Quick to Apply Economical Guaranteed for Fifteen Years Your orders will have prompt attention. Orders tram the trade especially solicited. J. B. Turney & Company Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alberta 1245 2nd Ave, S� SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT POR Builders and Contractors r Mines; and Mills ;