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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN in LETHBWIDQE The Dallas Hotel to the Boit and Mp"l Conve*. �MBBBBralpiiaBMBWBBjBI STOCK REDUCING SALE -.....* ' - Groceries always hnve their value, especially, the quality of goods we handle, hut at this time of the year. rig-lit after stock-taking' we always make it worth while for people to'stock up at reduced prices. As these goods will sell quickly we would advise you' to lay in a supply today. Our stoves and ranges save you money on fuel, and n:e save you money on stoves and ranges. Let us prove it If you bad bought, one a year ago it would have paid for itself before this. How about replae- Th t th mo *sr that old stove? C W. Gray NO. 1. EGGS-Everybody says ihsy ;ire first class. Special per dozen ...................... 35c. Or dozen for ......................... $1.00 NO., 1. WASHINGTON APPLE?-Only the best varieties, for a short time only, the price per case ................................... $1-68 Or per pound .......................... 05c, HEINZ'S SOUR MIXED PICKLES-In bulk; Specie' while our present stock lasts, only per quart .................................20c. HEINZ'S OR LIBBEY'S DILL PICKLES-Special per dozen ...............................� 20c. VINELAND PEARS-In heavy syrup, 3tb titu'. Regular ;>5c line; special per tin......... 25c. VINELAND PIE PEACHES-In 2% ft,, tins. Special per tin.......................... 15c. VINELAND PIE APPLES-In 2% lb tins. Special, two tins for ......................... 25c. VINELAND RHUBARB-In gallon tins; Special per tin............................ 40c. VALENCIA ONIONS-Extra fine quality; special six fos. for ............................. 25c VAN CAMP'S CATSUP, pint bottles; special per bottle................................... 25c. WILL YOU BE THE LUCKY ONE? Special Prices on Canned Goods in Case Lots. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 628 Wholesale Dept. t27V THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail - PHONES-- Grocery Dept. 529 Wholesale Dept. 1271 A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Quality, Quantity and Service and Prices to Suit Everybody at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor  WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Manager Say, old boy, Isn't your wife as fond of candy as she was before she married yon I Take home a box from The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME \RT CALENDARS FOR 19 1 3 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear ........ Edmonton, clear ......... Eattleford, clear ............ Swift Current, clear...... Regina, clear ................ Minnedosa, clear............ Crrand Forks ................. Calgary, cloudy ...... ...... Medicine Hat, clear ....... Moose Jaw, clear .......... Q.u'Appelle, clear ...... .... Winnipeg,. clear............. Kamloops, clear .......... Penticton ......� .............., Fince and decidedly cold weather has prevailed all over the prairie j provinces even the maximum temperatures have been several degrees below zero. FORECAST: Manitoba-Fine and very cold.; Tuesday fine and moderate. Saskatchewan-Fine today and yn Tuesday and moderating. Alberta-Fine today and cn Tuesday and moderating. CITY ANT> DISTRICT Farm House Burned Down The farm house of Joseph Mussel-man, twelve miles south of Grassy Lake, was burned down during the big wind storm last week. St. Augustin's Annual Meeting . The annual meeting of St. Augus-tin's church will held in the church tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. Another White Glove Day  Magistrate Elton found a clean docket at police court this morning. The Johnston case will be resumed tomorrow morning,, when the show cases in question will be in court as exhibits. 1913 ART CALENDARS -at HALF PRICE..... TOYS, DOLLS,. ETC, at 25% Discount. ALL THE REMAINDER OF OUR XMAS STOCK - AT prices in m&ny cases below actual cost. The Red Cross Drag and Book Co., Ltd* Phone 656 Thfrd Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT OVERCOAT Valued at $100.'"' GIVEN AWAY AT THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Examine Our Windows Male Choir Rehearsal The Excelsior Male chorus will meet for practice this evening in St. Andrew's church at eight o'clock. School Board Tonight The first meeting of the school board for the new year will take place this evening in the Central school at 8 o'clock sharp. One of Warner's Best Men F. S. Leffingwell, of the firm of Lef-fingwell & Egan, of Warner, is a business visitor in the city today. Lecture to Farmers A. D. Campbell, of the Seed Grain Department, and Lorne McCombe, one of the lecturers, spent Saturday in the city. Poultry Show The Lethbridge Poultry association winter show will; open in the City Market, on Wednesday, and will continue until Friday.  The exhibition promises to he an excellent one. LIS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK " . PHONE 12S2 Your Credit is Good Young Peoples* Rally A young peoples' rally will be held in Knox Church this evening in connection with the w-sek of prayer. All the young people of the city are cordially invited. Rev. A. C. Watson and I)r, J. H. Rivers will/deliver addresses. J "On Solid Ground" � Rev.-T. P. Perry preached a very impressive sermon in Wesley Church Inst evening on the above subject, in which he exorted his heareTs to come out and work for the coming of Christ's Kingdom. THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS . 405 Sth 3t S. (Dominion Block) Winter's Instant Cough Cure Is an ideal remedy for the prompt relief 3nd cure of -Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Etc. JV f,.y a bottlfc and be convinced, Two frizes. 25c and SOc a bottle, at KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES f^*fextf;0�lttM"H�t�fe �  Dl&pens'nfltehemlstr-  , Phono 1487 Schools Re-open The 'city schools re-opened today after the holidays. According to Supt. Hamilton the attendances are encouraging despite the cold weather prevailing. Although the classes are not yet at full strength it is fully anticipated that by the middle of the weclr the children will all be back. Boys' Sunday Club The cold weather yesterday afternoon, did not deter the boys of the Boys' Sunday Club meeting in the V. M. C. A., and listening to an appropriate talk on "A Good Start," given by T. W. Quayle. Bill Frame made an excellent chairman. Mr. Rhynd Jamie-son sang "The 'Homeland," much to the pleasure of the beys. Sons of England Meet The Sons of Engiand hold their first meeting in the new year on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the S. O. E. hail. Installation of officers for 10 U will take place and a Uu'ge attendance is desired. At the close, refreshments will be served, and the remainder of the evening, devoted, to harmony. Keep it on hand! Higinbotham's Yellow Throat Mixture For Tonsilitis, Hoarseness* ' Sore Threat, etc. Price 25c bottle J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 3fe2SSJ� Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 SCHOOL POPULATION GROWING RAPIDLY - RANCHMEN PLEASED WITH PRESENT CONDITIONS CITY AND DISTRICT BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 the Messenger Service Tor pro'.npt n�essa2� anil baggage delivery REX TRANSFER, Phone C?0, office Alia. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Dry 12 inch stove wood, 53.00 per load. Coal, two tons for ?0, C. O. b. Booker & Yates. Phone 1384. ,20-0 Court Star A; O. F. meets tonight in I.O.O.F. hall. Special business. High Degree telUation. On a Holiday A. JVI. Dowsley of The Dowsley-Mul-hern Land Coy., left last evening for his old homo' in Owen Sound; Ont., where he will visit for sometime. Kennel Club Meeting The Kennel Club will hold a meeting in the Hoard of Trade offices tomorrow evening,? when matters in connection with the winter Konnel show will bo discussod. Death of J. P. Irvine The death took place in the City yesterday of ; Thomas Paris Irvine, aged 39 years,, The deceased was unmarried. The funeral will be held-tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 when interment will be made la the public cemetery. ' i Macleod, Jan. o.-C. Paulson, oi tne Macleod Hardware Co., Is.t for the cast today on a combined business; and pleasure trip. John'R. Craig, a noted cattleman of Alberta, now residing south of Gull Lake, Sask., is visiting Macleod, jnd has much to rf.ay of the prosperity oi Macleod and district. He has never seen stock in such good coiidition at this time of the year, and like all cattle dealers, has never known the price of beef cattle, so high. He prophesies the price of cattle and horses will both reach a higher market price. Mr. Craig and his son have a large herd south oi Gull Lake. He will return home on Monday. The annual meeting 0i the Board of Trade will be held on January 14, 19to-, for the year's reports and election of oificers. L. R. .Jackson, barrister, of Macleod, later of Canmore, Alta., has joined the great army, and after Feb'. 15th will be at home to his friends. Trustees oi the Public school met on Wednesday for the first time this year. They expect to ask ior ,a grant to build a six or eight room school iii the south part of the town. The continual arrival of new scholars has crowded the present rooms, hence the action of the board. IRVINE-Died suddenly, January Oth, at Gait Hospital,; Thomas P. Irvine, late foreman at Henderson Park, age 33. Funeral Tuesday at 2.30, from Fetterley's parlors.. SOUTH BAMFORD mm he THEATRE, HOTEL AND POOL ROOM WERE BURNED-NEWS- i PAPER OFFICE ESCAPED South BaHlefcrd, Sask., Jan. ti.- A very disastrous lire bro'e out here at 0 o'clocr: tonight. The hall occupied by the Gaiety Thea're, caug't fire and burned to the, ground. The Occidental hotel owned by S. L. White, and run as a ;boarding house by Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, was also destroyed, and. the pool room next door was also burned. The Press newspaper office had a close call and was.saved only by the efforts of the editor and others putting wet blankets on tsw revile. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2tt> tin for ..20c. Raspberries, 2Jb tin for ... 20c Peaches, 2tb tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2fb tin for.......20c. Gooseberries, 2Tb tin for ... 20c. S. C. SUGAR, PER SACK ... Choice Bulk Dates, per Th ..10c. " Cluster Raisins, per tb 20c. " Table Figs, per tb. ... 20o. Lyte's g. Syrup, 2Tb tins .,. 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple syrup, J-'a gal. 65e .......................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery S24-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE 574 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE GUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th 9T. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL STOVE SPECIAL PRICE $6.50 EACH ware Company 326-6th Street South PHONE 575 ftM&'' l>thbr!dj?e P. O, BOX 27 READY ROOFING There is still get that building under'cover before winter. USE PAROID CERTAINTEED READY.ROOFING Easy and Quick to Appjy Economical Guaranteed for Fifteen Years Your orders will have prompt attention. Order's from the trad* especially solicited. J. B.Tumey & Company Phones 755 and 1765 Lethbridge, Alberts. *1245 2nd Ave 8. SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR ' ' ' Builders and .Contractors' ^ Mines, and Mills ;