Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
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 howls, hread boards, rolling pins, and similar articles, wooden ware excels everything else. You have decided right if you have resolved to buy only Pure Food Groceries during 1913 We claim the distinction of selling only quality goods and at reasonable prices. The highest efficiency lias been reached with Binder's Catsups, Chili Sauce and Tomato Soups. Notice the very reasonable prices: SNIDERS CATSUP-12 oz. Bottles, each ...................................... 30c. 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. 526 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER " The Store That Saves You Money" 310 Sth Street Phone 761 A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Quality". Quantity and Service and Prices to Suit Everybody at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE ~- THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 107S Manager I.ethurUlce ................ 22 - � .16 Edmonton, clear.......... 32 -10 Battleford................ 20 - �l .02 Swift Current, cloud}-.. 21 - (5 Regina, cloudy ......... H -16 Minnedosa, clear ....... 18 Port Arthur, cloudy ... S .02 Nelson ...................... 3-1 3S .30 Gr;''Ud Forks.............. 33 19 Calgary, cloudy ......... 32 0 Medicine Hat, clear .. 36 0 .tU Prince Albeit, cloudy.. 20 -is 35 -12 115 -10 Winnipeg, clear ......... 0 -12 Kamloops, clear .....>. 38 12 Penticton ................. 38 20 CITY AND DISTRICT Say, old hoy, 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. OPFOSITE DALLAS HOTEL To Deliver an Address Mr. Chadwick, of Edmonton, superintendent of delinquent and neglected children, will be in Lethbridge on January 13, and will deliver an address on that evening in the Central schooi. His Business Brisk James Fisk is in the city today from Okotoks where he is residing at present. He states that his mill there is Tunning to capacity and that the de rnaud for flour is good. He is shipping now to Vancouver and New West minster. While tl;ere is a let of frozen wheat in the Okotoks district, the farmers further east are hauling their grain forty miles, and are supplying som? of the best milling wheat on the market. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 1 9 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION- DRUQG1ST3 SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 ! Week of Prayer I A week of prayer, arranged by the ; Ministerial association will commence in the city on Monday, evening in i Knox Church, when addresses will j be delivered by Dr. Rivers and Rev. ' A. C. Watson. On Tuesday evening in Westminster Church the speakers will be S. Dunham and Rev. Mr. Bryan In St. Andrew's Church, on Wednesday evening, J. D. Higinbotham and Rev. T. P. Perry will speak. On Thursday evening in First Baptist Church, Mr. W. Jordan and Rev. Mr. Pickle will give addresses, while on Friday evening, in Wesley Church, Mr. A. E. Dunlop and Rev. Mr. Cameron will speak. It is hoped these meetings will be largely attended, After X mas Bargains Now is your opportunity to get many things for yourself at a very low price. BRASSWARE at |4 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 WILL YOU BE THE LUCKY ONE? OVERCOAT Valued at $100.�� GIVEN AWAY AT THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Blairmore Visitors .Melville G. Khynao and H. K. Lyon, of lllairmore. are business visitors in the city today. Examine Our Windows Sent to Ottawa The remains of Harry Mckj. who died the other evening from heart failure, were sent last night 'o Ottawa for interment. Musicians' Union , � The .Musicians' Vnion will meet, tomorrow, Sunday, afternoon, at 2.30 in the new band room, adjoining the Lethbridge laundry. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 I Strawberries, 2Tb tin tor ..20c. Raspberries, 2Tb tin for ... 20c- Peaches, 2tb tin for.......20c. Cherries. 2Tb tin for.......20c. Gooseberries, 2Tb tin for ... 20c. 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, 19-2 Lethbridge Poultry association annual show will be held at the city market huilding Third Street, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Admission 2D cents. 20-1 Miss Bawrlon's private school will reopen -Monday, January 6th at 0.30 a.m. Kindergarten classes will resume at 1.30 p.m. For terms and particulars apply 12oi> 4th Avenue South, or phone 1158. 20-1 Dry 12 inch stove wood, ?3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for $9, C. O 1). Becker & Yates. Phone 1381. 20-0 Kerfoots English Fruit f 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 *jfe3CaC& Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Male Chorus Rehearsal The Excelsior Male chorus will meet for rehearsal in St. Andrew's Church on Monday evening, when some new music will be distributed among the members. Sunday Services St. Mary's Church services tomorrow will be as follows: Holy Communion at S a.m.; Matins at 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30. Choral Eucharist is 'celebrated the first Sunday of the month at the eleven o'clock service. Will Instal Library The ladies of St. Andrew's Church, it is expected, will instal a Sunday school library from the proceeds of the recent Christmas entertainment ; given in the church. CITY AND DISTRICT New Uniforms Here The new police uniforms arrived this morning. They were ordered some weeks ago by The Vallet, and are regulation police uniforms, which will give the local force a very metropolitan appearance. Snowfall General L. H. Jeliff, of Spring Coulee, is in the city today, and states that the snowfall has been general over the south country. It will be a boon to the farmers wlto have winter wheat in the ground, and also to those who have a lot of plowing done in preparation for spring weeding. Mrs. McNabb Is Better There are no further developments today in connection with the auto accident yesterday, when little Ruth Wallace, daughter of Frank Wallace, of this city, was killed. Mrs. Thos. McNabb, although badly shaken up is improving speedily, and will be able to be around again in a day or two. The others have all recovered from the severe shock. It is expected that Mr. Wallace will arrive home this afternoon froM Gleichen, when the funeral arrangements will be made. CIVIC OFFICIALS 10 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE An Interesting Case W. H. Johnston was arraigned before Magistrals Elton this morning, charger1 with unlawfully removing show cases and other furniture from the Grill Cafe. Up till a few weeks afro ,\ir. Johnston had managed the cafe personally, but 'then leased it. 1.1 the absence of the lessees, the other day, it is claimed that he entered the cafe, and removed the furniture in question without their consent. The case was enlarged until Monday morning to allow all' parties to provide counsel. "Th� Family Friend (">- 40 years." A never faUiWB retWfor Croup �r.d Whwpftur Cm.*b. Calgary, Jan. 3.-Much uneasiness has been felt by city hall employees regarding the attitude ot the new city administration toward them. They have been afraid that they were to be given short shift by the 1913 mayor and council and midwinter is; not a pleasant time to lose a job. However, it is authoritatively stated fhat thftre will be no changes, no dismissals, unless it is shown that the officeholders are incompetent or negligent. The 1913 government is not composed of reactionaries and its members will not make any changes unless such are warranted. They will, however, reorganize ihc departments where they find reorganization nscessary, and it rni'iy he th^t the salaries will be readjusted in some cases. SALE OF SKATES LITTLE BOBS, Double runner for children 70 cents, Now..........,.....SOc. HALIFAX CLUB SPRING- 90 cents; Now .'..............60c. MAPLE LEAF HOCKEY- $4.00; Now............... $3.00 DUNN'S TUBULAR- $4.00; Now ............... $3.00 HOCKEY STICKS- 30 cents; Now.............. 20c. SKATE STRAPS- 35 cents; Now, per pair.......25c. flayr 326-(>th Street South PHONE 575 Lethbridge P. O. BOX' 27 A MERE REPORT Ottawa, Jan. 3.-The story from Washington uhat Canada is preparing a subsidiary protest In connection with the Panama Canal iblll, was characterized in high government circles here today as a "mere report." No such action has beon tnJrui or is under-way. . READY ROOFING There is Htm time to get that building under cover before winter. USE PAROID CERTAINTEED READY-ROOFING Easy a.id Quick to Apply Economical Guaranteed for Fifteen Years Vour orders will have prompt attention. Orders from the trade especially solicited. J. B. Turney. & Company Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge!, Alberta 1245 2nd Ave. S* SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Contractors . Mines and Mills .