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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel lc the Best and Most Convenient Place to ORDERS SEXT. BY PHOXE are as promptly attended to as if yon brought them in person. It saves yon a lot of lime and trouble Do not wait till you are able to call in- Phone that order now. Our Number is 761 C. W. GRAY "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 1078 Manager SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 1 9 1 3 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST3 SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA 405 6th St S.' (Dominion Block) Phone 1735 La Feits' Souvenir Books We .are now able to supply these. They are gotten up in a most handsome manner; and are well worth securing as a souvenir, of Lethbridgo. Price 25c. KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel-. Dispensing Chemists ':. Phone 1487 Groceries always- have bheir value, especially t the year, right after stock-taking wo always make it jirices. As these- goods will sell quickly we would NO. 1. EGGS-Kverybody says they are first class, Special per dozen ...................... 35c. Or S dozen for ......................... $1.00 NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLES-Only the best varieties, for n short time only, the price per case . ................................. $1.65 Or nor pound .......................... 05c. HE I NZ'S SOUR MIXED PICKLES-In hulk; Special while our present stock lasts, only per q;ia:t .................................20c' HEINZ'S OR LIBBEY'S DILL PICKLES-Special per dozen .....'____,..................... 20c. ;h> quality of Roods we handle, hut at this time of worth while for people to stock up at reduced advise you to lay in a supply today. VINELAND PEARS-in heavy syrup, 31b tins. Regular 35e line; special per tin ........ 25c. VINELAND PIE PEACHES-In 2% lb. tins. Special per tin .......................... 15c. VINELAND PIE APPLES-In 2^ Ih tins. Special, two tins for ......................... 25c. VINELAND RHUBARB-In gallon tins; Special per tin.................................. 40c. VALENCIA ONIONS-Extra fine quality; special six lbs. for ............................. 25c VAN CAMP'S CATSUP", pint bottles; special per bottle................................... 25c SPECIAL PRICES ON CANNED GOODS IN CASE LOTS. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and, Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail .-PHONES- Grocery Dept. 536 Wholesale Dept. 1271 WILL YOU BE THE LUCKY ONE? WEATHER Lethbritige, clear ...... i' Edmonton, snow..... Raft eiord, clear ..... [ Swift Current, cloudy Kfj;iiia, clear ...... ... 31 Vhnedosa, fair 15 �1 0 H - If -11 .01 Arthur, clear ... 0 -16 j > jlson...... ............... 19 0 .10 j Cfand Forks ............ 21 13 .35 ' i lirarv, clear ... ...... 3-1 13 -1 I liciiie. Hat, fair .,. 2S 28 I puce Albert, cloudy 0 - 4 : j 'os.? Jaw, clear ..... 33 0 j (li'Appc'le. clear ..... 1 2 , Winnipeg, cloudy ....... - 1 - S j Kam'.oops, clear ...... 22 U .02 i Penticton ... ......... 2S 17 I In Alberta the weather has been I mild, but in Saskatchewan and Mani-I toba it has been cold, although tem-i peraturcs have risen since last report. FORECAST i Manitoba-Light local snow or snow flurries tonight, becoming colder again Thursday. Saskatchewan and Alberta-Light local snowialls or flurries and colder. Thursday decidedly colder. CITY AND DISTRICT POULTRY MEN We are Letlibridge Agents for Zenoleum. -We cany it in quarts, half gallons, gallons. Zenoleum Lice Killer, the best yet. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL On Deportation Business A. E. Humphries, inspector of im-l migration agencies, left for Cbutts this morning on matters connected with depoTtation cases. Boys' Sunday Club The Boys' Sunday Club meeting in the T. M. C. A., next Sunday afternoon, will be addressed by Walter Jordan. 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 CUR XMAS STOCK - AT prices in many cases below actual cost. The Red Gross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Valued at $100."" GIVEN AWAY AT THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Examine Our Windows WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 City Council Decides on $4000 for Mayor and $3500 for Two Others Phono 555 Third Ave. Choir Practice Tomorrow Wesley Church Choir'will meet for ! rehearsal in the church tomorrow, t Thursday evening, at S o'clock sharp, . instead of Friday evening. A large j attendance is requested. Let Off With Warning A brace of drunks appeared before the magistrate at the police court this morning. They weTe told to take a brace and keep out of the courts in future. A. O. F. Installation The A. O. F. will hold joint installation of the officers of Court Star No. 8095 and Court Unity No. 9311, in j Unity Hall tomorrow evening. All / members are mrjosred to be present, j No Car Service Yet j The street car service in North | Lethbridge is still at a standstill. .' Workmen -~ere busy this forenoon ; clearing the tracks, and it is some-  what difficult to tell when the ser-  vice will be in working order again, j Building Permits Building permits have been taken out for an addition to W. D. Stevens' property on Fifth street South, to cost $500, and for a 12000 residence to be erected by J. H. Bullpit, on Fifth avenue A North. Keep it on hand! Higinbotkm's Yellowflhroat Mixture , For Tonsilitis, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, etc. Price 25c bottle J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 3fe*o�& Store A Parting Testimonial Dr. W. S. Galbraith, last year's chairman of the school board, has been presented with an enlarged photo of the 1912 Board by the rest of the members. A similar picture will be hung in the 'beard rooms in the Central school. Hear This Lecture No one should miss hearing the next University of Alberta extension lecture, to be given by Professor Broadus in the Central School on Friday evening at eight o'clock. The subject of the lecture will be with regard to ideal social conditions. CITYr AND DISTRICT Another Charter Meeting The City Council will hold a special session on Friday afternoon for the discussion of the new charter.  Only a few days are left, and the council will hereafteT consider only those points brought up by the special charter committee. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone CBG the Messenger Service tor pro'nnt rwssaec and baggage delivery. REX TRANSFER, Phone G70, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hoi-el Dry 3 2 inch stove' wood, $3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for $0, C. O. D. Becker & Yatea. Phone 1384., , 20-0 The Bentley Company ^wisfoes. us to explain a misunderstanding which has crept into their $100. fur coat compet-. itlon. The purchase of groceries does not entitle the purchaser to coupons, but all other lines in their store, including dry goods, , clothing, ladies' ready-to-wear, boots and shoes, house furnishings, crockery,, graniteware, etc.,- are included in the competition. Gus Neidig will hold an auction sale of very1 superior household furn-. Ituro at 41.1 5th St., S-, on. Friday at .two o'clock. Sec ad onnnbther page. An Important Meeting The Board of Trade executive will meet tomorrow evening at eight o'-cioc kin the Board offices. As this is the last meeting before the annual meeting and election of officers, it is important that all the members of the executive should be on hand. It will take exactly $11,000 per ! annum to pay the salaries of the commissioners under commission form of government if the clause dealing with salaries, as drafted at last night's special meeting of the council is finally adopted. Under this clause the mayor will receive a salary of $4000 per . annum, while his two colleagues will ! get $3500 each. This will be an increase of $8500 over the $2500 now being paid the mayor, who is the only man of the administration to receive a stipend. - The commissioners will be eiected for longer terms than was at first intended also. According- to the draft prepared by. the old council, the commissioners were to sit for three-year ! terms,  one dropping, wit each year,! � The new council however has decided | to raise the term to: folrr years, as it ' was thought that iu this way better, men would be induced to stand for! election. The mayor will hold office-. for four years after the first election, the next commissioner will hold! office for three, and the other for two. : Under this arrangement there will be ; one year out of every four when there will be no election for oommis-',  sioherships, unless a .resignation or recall forces one. One matter which the old council left to the new to decide was the question of qualification of commissioners. It was decided last night that nothing should be done to make the qualifications too strict so now a candidate for commissioner will be required to be the owner of $500 worth nt unencumbered freehold property, or in lieu thereof he will have to be able to show documents' for $1500 leasehold. Tbat old and much troubled question about the right of the tenant to vote is as much a nightmare to the new council as it was to the old. Most of the new members of the council have pledged themselves to endeavor to obtain voces for the tenants. When the matter came up last night, however. It was thought by some that the qualifications for voters should not be made too easy. Aid. AlcNabb. however, fought hard for the tenants' vote, and. In the end it was. decided to leave it to the city solicitor to draft a' clause covering this matter which will conform witih that in effect In pther provinces, fhe clause extending the franchise to married ladles who ' have the necessary property qualifications was passed without the least comment. Strawberries, 2tb tin for ..20c. Raspberries, 2tb tin lor ... 20c. Peaches, 2th tin for.......20c. ' Cherries, 2tb tin for.......20c, Gooseberries, 2fb tin for ... 20c. Choice Bulk Dates, per tb ..10c. " Cluster Raisins, per tb 20c. " Table Figs, per fb. ... 20c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2tb tins .. 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple oyrup, >A gal. 65c B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK .............................." $125 The Premium Grocery 824.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllls PHONE 574 COOKING EQUIPMENT ��^�mummmmmmtmm^^m^miU^mmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS. CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER Sth ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDQE COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Prince Albert, Jan. 7.-Adam Irish-er, who is charged with killing Wm. Porter, on December 3, by shooting | in the woods north of here, hag been i committed to stand'trial, at the'i.g ! Assizes of the Suxjreme Court to he j held in April. Fisher would not plead at the preliminary trial. to honor Livingstone Toronto, Jan. 8- Every ProteHtant church In Canada will receive within a short time a >paniphlet sent Out by the boards of foreign missions, In this city;. calling upon thcee churches to celebrate they centenary of the, blrjii of David Livingstone, tlir juMcfln missionary. ' ' LARGEST IN THE WORLD Hamburg, Jan. 8.-The Hamburg-American Company's new liner, Im-perator, will sail on May -7 on her maiden voyage to New York. The Imperator is the largest liner In the world. She is an eleven storey floating palace, 919 teet long, with engines of 80,000 horsepower Her displacement 4,8,50,000 tons, and she can ac-c'onimodate 5,000 passengers. Among other luxuries, the Imperator la'fitted with-three electric elevators, a winter garden, a summer h,ouse, a theatre, a gymnasium, a Ritis restaurant, swimming baths, a ball room,',telephones, and a,.cottage cafe. The swimming bath is'the copy of oi),e unearthed at Pompeii, with mosaic pavements that are reproductions of those  discovered at-Trevess. /The first class dining Balooii is >in the Louis XVI. style. It is 300 feet long. SPECIAL SPECIAL PRICE $6. EACH 32fi-6th Street South PHONE 575 Lcthli ridge P. 6. BOX' 37 SEAL OF "QUALITY BRAND" WINES AND LIQUORS We make a point of selling nothing' hut what is absolutely pure. All vVlnes and Liquors sold under our "Seal pf  Quality"  are made an5 bottled by us. .-..-..'.'� . - Telephone orders promptly attended to. Delivery to ail parte of the city,; Wine Dept, Phone 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine; Dept. Phone ;