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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor B**t $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel It the Boet and Most Convenient Pl�cn to Stay STOCK REDUCING SALE ORDERS SENT BY PHONE are as prompt-lv attended to as ii you brought them in person. It saves you a lot of time and trouble Do not -wait till you are able to eall hi- Phone that order now. Our Number is 761 C. W. GRAY " The Store That Saves You Money** 3 lO 5th Street Phone 761 Groceries always . have Blieir value, especially the year, right after stock-taking we always make it prices. As those goods will sell quickly we would NO. 1. EGGS-Everybody says they are first class. Special per dozen ...................... 35c. Or ?. dozen for ......................... $1.00 NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLES-Only the best varieties, for a short, time only, the price per iMse ................................... $1.65 Or per pound .......................... 05c. HEINZ'S SOUR MIXED PICKLES-In bulk; Sjx�cial whilw our present s.tock lasts, only per quart .................................20c. HEINZ'S OR LIBBEV'S DILL PICKLES-Special per dozen ............................... 20c. Hie quality of goods we handle, but at this time of worth while for people io stock up at reduced advise yon to lay in a supply today. VINELAND PEARS-In heavy syrup, 3tb tins. Regular 35c line.; special per tin ........ 25c. VINELAND PIE PEACHES-In 2Va N>. . tine. Special per tin............:.............. 15c. VINELAND PIE APPLES-Iu 2Vs-tt> tins. Special, two tins for......................... 25c. VINELAND RHUBARB-Iu 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. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and. Retail -PHONE Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER A GOOD SQUARE MEAL -Quality. Quantity and Service and Prices to Suit Everybodj' at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE j Lethbridge, cloudy .... 33 -13 \ Kdrnonton ..............., S I Batllefonl, iair ....... 1 - '. i Swift Current, clear. ' 2-1 -10 j Regina, fair .......... 32 Id ; Minneuosa, clear ...... 8 1 04 i Port Arthur, lair ..... 13 - f> j Nelson............ ..... 36 18 -60 j Calaary, cloudy ....... 21 -I'I : Medicine Hat, fair ... 30 -13 ! Prince Albert, cloudy - 3 -10 Moose Jaw, clear ..... 34 - S Ocu'Appelie, clear ... . 18 -10 ( Winnipeg, snowing .... 13 13 .1-1 ww^Nvy.|Kamloops, clear ... . 3G II Temperatures have risen somewhat; in Manitoba and light snow falls have j occurred, but it has turned quite cold in Saskatchewan and Alberta. FORECAST : All West-Very cold and generally fair today and on Friday. THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phons 1078 Manager MEN We "are Lethbridge Agents for Zcnoleum. We carry it in quarts, half gallons, gallons. Zenoleum Lice Killer, the best yet.. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPFOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 19 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 406 6th St. S. (Dominion Block) Phone 1735 CITY AND DISTRICT District Court The next sittings of the District Court, with Judge Winter presiding is set down for Tuesday, January 21. Visiting Sundial Inspector West, of the R.N.W'.M.P., left this morning for Sundial and will not return to the city until Saturday. Whose Are They? The police fouud on the street last night a bundle of blankets and a trunk for which they are awaiting an owner. Attractive Lecture It is to be hoped that, a large audience will be on hand at the Central school tomorrow evening to hear Professor Broadus' lecture on ideal social conditions. A. O. F. Installation The A. O. F. will hold joint";Installation of the officers- of Court Star No. 895 and Court Unity No. 9311, in Unity Hall tonight. All membeis are requested to be present. Car Service O. K. The car service in North Lethbridge is again in smooth running order, much' to the relief of those who have had to do some strenuous walking during the past two days. Band Concert The City Band will give a concert in the Majestic Theatre on Sunday evening, when an excellent program will be presented. Joins Law Firm George E. Rice, of Bear River, Nova Scotia,- arrived in the -city this morning to take a position in the office of Shepherd & Dunlop. To'Instruct Foreigners W. W. Lee, Dominion secretary of the Immigration department of the Y. M. ?. A., with headquarters at Ottawa, was in the city yesterday afternoon, conferring with A. J. Irving, of the association here, in regard to organizing classes for instructing the foreigners in the city in the use of the English language. Efforts will be made to conduct these classes under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. SPECIALS Good Quality Linen Stationery ~0\-  Imitation Oak Mottos 25c. Electric Light Shades in Green, Red and Amber 25c. We are still giving Vn off on all Brass Goods, Toys and all Xmas Goods. CITY AND DISTRICT The Tenants' Vote City Solicitor Ball Is having his own troubles trying to frame up a clause which will give the tenants of Lethbridge a vote on municipal matters. This mutter has resolved itself into the most important in the whole charter. Guilty of Assault Hairy Sinclair was found guilty by Inspector West in the police barracks yesterday afternoon of having assaulted C. P. It, Constable John Gecgehan at the depot the other day while the latter was engaged in the discharge of his, duty. The prisoner was released on suspended sentence. The Red Gross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Ave, Tendered Luncheon The Y. M, C. A. tendered a luncheon today at noon to the boys of the High School, who had the pleasure of listening to a. short taik on "Ideals" given by W. W. Lee, of Ottawa, who is here in connection with the immigration work of the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Lee left for .Moose Jaw this afternoon. THE RED HAND -of housework is avoidable. Get a pair of Housemaid's RUBBER GLOVES While they last at 75c a pair; all sizes. J. D. Higinbotham & Coi; Ltd. The ^&xa$Z Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 R, A. M Banquet Visitors i Visitors from Medicine Hat, Mac- i leod and Pincher Creek were guests | ofShekinah Chapter, R.A.M., of Lethbridge, at a banquet held in the Lethbridge Hotel, the company comprising about fifty'in all. In addition to the visitors from outside points, Mayor Hardie and Dr. .1. S. Stewart, M.P.P., J ! were also present in that capacity. * . The musical programme was contributed to by Messrs. Petts, Striker, Holt and Fetterly. | K. of P. Officers i The annual installation of officers ! of Lethbridge Lodge, No. 2. Knights ! of Pythias, took phjee last evening, I resulting as follows: j Past Chancellor-R. D. Robson. I Chancellor Commander-Gus Nei-'. dig. | Vice-Chancellor-W. T,'Taylor. ! Prelate-A. E. Morris, j Master of Works-M. B. Steele. ! Keeper of Records and Seals-R. J. \ Chiswick. J Master of Finances-H. J. Chiswick. ! Master of the Exchequer-R. Bar-j rowman. ! Master-at-Arms-H. J. Collier, j Inside Guard-G. H. Roy. Outside Guard-w. H. Meyers. Installing Officers-A. M. Ritchie. C. F. P. Conybeare and K. H. Branch. CITY AND DISTRICT La Feits' Souvenir Book* 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  Lethbridge; Price 25c. Orangemen Celebrate Unity Hall was the scene last evening of the first anniversary of Myrtle Lodge, L.O.L., which was celebrated by a social and dance of a highly attractive character. Among those present were Grand Master Scratch, of the Grand Lodge, Calgary; Grand Chaplain Rev. Mr. Wright, of Bow Island; Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P., and Rev. Mr. Pickle, who delivered appropriate addresses, while the musical end of the programme was in the hands of Miss Linning, whose excellent playing caught the fancy of the i.udience, and Fraser & Fyfe, who loused the temperament of the crowd with some splendid dancing and bagpipe musi'j. Chairman Booden, of Ld-1 monton, was in his best form, and the! entertainment went gaily along, followed by a dance, which lasted until the wee &ma.' 'oors o' th' morn in V The supper, too, was all that one could wish for. Clean the Sidewalks Numerous complaints are being made as to neglect-in cleaning off the snow from the sidewalks, and it would be u good lu�a if .the authorities would make some move in this direction. KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 tho Messenger Service fox pro-.npt mi'gBuze and baggage deliverv REX TRANSFER, Phone 070, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite C^aldale hotei Dry 12 inch stove wood, #3.00 per load. Coal, two tous for ?fi, C. O. D. Beclcor ft Yates'. Phone 1384 � ;2fw-o White Gloves Coming Thick Another pair of. white gloves for Magistrate Elton had to be provided by the police today. This is the second day within a week that the police court docket presented a clean bill. An important Meeting Court Lethbridge No. 262, C. O. F., will hold a special meeting tonight in the K. of P. hall. '� Business of exceptional importance is to be brought up, and a large attendance is requested. Mr. Schleifer Praises Lethbridge Mr. A. J. Schleifer; the manager toy the "Hcyal Store,'* the new name for the well-known S-outhard store, has everything in shape now for husinesii and is preparing for a grand opening. The Royal Store, which is a big concern with several branches, decided to locate in Lethbridge, owing to the splendid prospects of the city. ' Mr. Schleifer promisee to do business on au up-to-date scate,' and ' to let tho people know that the firm are here. Stocktaking is completed, and, tho opening will propably be worth while. RELIGION IN THE HOME IS VITAL ouickly stops comrJa'.^eurco eclds. and healu th� throat and lunn. :: SB'�nt�, St. Andrew's Church was well filled last evening when the third of the series of prayer services waB held. Rev. A. C. Bryan; minister of the Church, presided, and on the platform with him were Rev. Mr. Woods worth, Rev. Mr. Pickle and Rev. A. G. Cameron. J. I). Higinbotham took for his subject "Religion in the Home," and selected many illustrations, showing tho necessity of having God in the home life. He also related personal experiences, proving the value of fam- j ily. worship in the home. Rev. T. P. Perry also spoke of the homo as one of the three great institutions ordained by God. Tho true home could always be determined by its atmosphere and for wh'rjt it stood. Religion in the home should not be merely confined to family ^worship, hut there should be a recognition of God. in the grace offered at meal hours. Brief atldreses were given by Rev. A. G. 'Cameron and Rev. Mr. Bryan. Tonight's service will be held in the First Baptist Clurrch, and the speakers wili be Rev. Mr. Pickle and Walter Jordan. TIME FOR REFLECTION Toronto, Jan. 8.-As a result of their mania for going around the point of a gun, robbing stores and post offices, Frank Brown, aged 19, and his brother Albert, aged 17, will spend the next four years and three years, respectively, iu the Kingston prison. � � NOTICE TO CURLERS EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES TO CLEAR ALL FELT GAITER .> NOW .................�P-4t> CLOTH TOP RUBBERS- Regular price $1.50 �>x NOW ................ STORM RUBBERS nx,. Price................... ,,OU All other Rubber and Felt Goods Equally Reduced $1.70 FELT LINED RUBBER SOLED SHOES-Regular prices |5 ^oV"-60............ $3.90 ALL FELT SHOES Reg. price $2.2r>; now FELT SHOES-Leather foxed Regular price $3.2S; u>t>  �� NOW ................ 'P-4'* LIGHT FELT, with leather sole. Regular price /�/k ?2.U0; Now............Jpl.WI OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE STILL CONTINUES DON'T FORGET-With every Purchase of $5.00 you get a Coupon on the $100.00 Fur Coat Competition. THE BENTLEY CO, LTD. Examine Our Windows WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2lt> tin for ..20c. Raspberries, 2fb tin for ... 20c. Peaches, 2ft) tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2tt> tin for.......20c. Gooseberries, 2tfc tin for ... 20c. B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK ____ Choice Bulk Dates, per th ..10o. " Cluster Raisins, per tt> 20c. " Table Figs, per tb. ... 20c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2tb tins .. 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple eyrup,.^ gal. 65o ...................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 334.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terr ills PHONE 674 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th 8T. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL STOVE SPECIAL PRICE $6.50 EACH 32fi-6tt Street South PHONE 575 Lcthbiidge P. O. BOX 37 OLD SCOTCH WHISKY Pronounced" by medical men and connoisseurs to be the bent value iu Scotch' Whiskey imported, age, quality and strength considered. Distilled,, blended and matured by one of the oldest firm of distillers on Sneyside, Scotland, exclusively for the Hudson's Bay Company.-  Wine Debt, Phone' 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept. Phone 613 1 5914 ;