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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS tO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor B��t $1.25 a Day HoWl In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t-saKsammummmasemu hiim WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel la the Bast �nt Meat Convex lent Place to Stay orders by ORDERS SENT BY PHONE are as promptly attended to a> if you brought them in person. It saves you a lot oi' time ill id 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 7S1 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 We are Lethbridge Agents for Zenoleum. We carry it in quarts, half gallons, gallons. Zenoleum Lice Killer, the best yet. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 1 9 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-Eth St S. (Dominion Block) Phone 173S La Feits' Souvenir Books i';: ;',We are now able to supply these. They ai'ie'gotten up" In a " most'handsome manner, and are well worth securingas a souvenir Of Lethbridge. Price 25c. KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES ' Next Dallas Hetet. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED VINE BRAND FRUITS ARE INVARIABLY SATISFACTORY And we are not a bit alarmed that we will lie called upon to return any money, nevertheless the above offer stands good. Look at this Assortment for $1.50 I case of ill tins-fruits in heavy syruu, every tin enamel lined: 6 Peaches, 6 Pears, 2 Strawberries 2 Red or Black Raspberries, 2 Red Pitted Cherries. 2 Green Gages, 2 Lombard Plums, 1 Lawtonberries, and 1 Red or Black Currants. Assortment Vegetables for $3.25 One case 24 tins-6 tins Tomatoes, 6 tins Corn,6 tins Golden Wax or Refugee Beans and 6 tins Peas. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 528 Wholesale Dept. 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES- Grocery Dept. 528 Wholesale Dept. 1271 WEATHER Lethbridge, snow ..... -lu ISdn.'onton, clear ....... -12 Hattlcford. clear ...... -10 ; Swift Current, cloudy - C Regina, snowing ....... -10 JMinnedosa., fair ...... -10 Port Arthur, fair .... 2S i Nelson ................... 2$ . Grand Forks........... '10 : Calgary, cloudy ........ - 0 Medicine Hat, cloudy I Prince Albert, clear.. -10 I Moose Jaw, snowing. -13 j Qu'Appelle, cloudy .. - 6 Winnipeg, clear ....... -IB j Kamloops, clear ..... 10 2 . Penticton ...... ......... 32 21 .09 i FORECAST : All West-Fair, continued very cold today and on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert The City Band will give a concert in the Majestic Theatre on Sunday ev-tuing, at nine o'clock, at the conclusion of the church services.' -ia -28 -20 -10 _25 -24 B 22 15 -16 -12 -20 -20 -26 -18 .10 .70 .02 .01. POULTRY MEN Boys'.Sunday Club The meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club, on, Sunday afternoon, w;ill be addressed by Walter Jordan. B.lmer Pendle, tenor, will contribute a solo. In Wesley Cf:Xirch Tonight The concluding service in connection with the weel: .of .prayer will be held In Wc-sley ChurcS, this evening, i when the speakers v.ili bo Rev. A. G. Cameron and Mr. A. K. Dnnlcp. University Lecture Tonight The lecture to be given in the Central school this evening by Professor Broadus, of Edmonton, should receive liberal encouragement, as the subject "Ideal Social Conditions." is one worthy of the attention of every good citizen. New Empress Popular Tlie popularity of,the'new Empress Theatre is already pronounced, as, since the opening, last evening, the pretty and comfortable theatre has been .crowded by satisfied patrons. The music is also proving attractive. Moved to Larger Quarters' The Mason & Risen Piano Company have moved from Sixth street to Fifth, now occupying the commodious 'suart-ers formerly occupied by Rochon. There is an abundance of space for display, and manager McCaw is proud of the fact that he has show rooms which will compare with those in any Alberta city. BORN HESLOF-To Mr. and Mrs. Wilbor Heslop, 716-llth Street South,, a �daughter, January Sth, 1912. BUSINESS LOCALS �bone C6C the Messenger Service for provupt message and bageage delivery. There will be an auction sale cf household furniture. at 802-15th St., on Monday, January 13tih. Watch for big ad. tomorrow. Frank Wadding-ton, Auctioneer. 25-1 REX TRANSFER; Phone C70, office AJta. Saddlery, opposite Coaidale hotei Dry 12 inch stove wood, S3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for |9, C. O. D. Becker & Yates. Phone 1384. 20-0 NOTICE-The Mason & Risen Ltd. are now located in their now store, 404-oth St. South, Bryan Block. ur�-6 Don't forget the .auction sale at 802 loth St. on Monday, January 13th. Some fine household furniture will be offered for sale. Frank Waddington. Auctioneer. 25-1 Socialist lecture In- Monarch theatre January 12th at 8 p.m. Everybody invited. Seats free. Collection. 25-2x WHIST DRIVE--St'. Mary's Men's society, fifth big whist drive and social on 'Thursday, January 16th, in Unity Hall. Superb prizes. Gentlemen $1.00, ladies free. No further Invitation necessary. 25-2� Auction BRle-bf household furnituvey at 802 16th St., on Monday nest, Jan' uary 13th at 2 o'clock sharp. Frank Waddinzton. Auctioneer. , 25-1 Good Quality Linen Stationery 25c. Imitation ;Oak Motto* 25c. Electric L;ght Shades In Green, Red and Amber 25c. We are still giving '/i off on all Brass Goods, Toys and all Xmas Goods. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. EXALIED A Good Addresses at the Week of Prayer Meeting Last Night Phone 555 �' Third Ave. New Business Blocks Medicine Hat will have two fine new buildings. Messrs. Birnie Brcs. Will in a day or two start work on excavating for a new hardware store on Main street, next to the City Hall. In j the near future .Mr..H. L. Tweed will erect a similar building next to it. The- j new Birnie store will be four stories [ high, with provision fcr the adding of two more storeys. TH RED ... HAND -of housework* is avoidable. Get ,a pair of Housemaid's RUBBER GLOVES While they last at 75c a pair; all sizes. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 5te*dg& Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 FOOLED THE POLICE AND LOOTED STORE WHILE CHICAGO COPS CHASED DRUNKEN CHAFFEUR BANDITS ROBBED JEWELRY STORE Chicago., .Ian. 10.-While a squad of heavilv armed policemen were pursuing and firing.-at Albert Aim mast, a chauffeur whom .they mistook.for an automobile bandit laist night, two motor car thieves threw a brick throuirh a south, side jewelry store -window and escaped with jewels valued at S800. . ' An anonymous telephone message infornved the police that a chauffeur {who turned out to be Almquasi) was acting suspiciously and appeared to be a bandit. �. A police car, loaded with officers bearing long range rifles, started after Almnuast. He had a' speedy machine and soon began to distance" them. They warped him to stop an$ when he failed to do so fired at hini eight times. Finally his gasoline n-ave out and he stopped. He -was arretted and charged with being intoxicated-  -......' Frank Louder, aged 27, a G. T. R, switchman, war, killed in the Hamilton yards . - - TOO E 'Paris, Jan. 10.-There is to he a funeral of the last Paris Omnibus on ..Saturday. Motor omnibuses now take the place of horse" drawn vehicles on all the city lines. The last relic of ' the old system will be towed to its fnm! resting place by an automobile, ' The .'ceremony has been arranged by : the sporting newspaper the "Auto", which- will send a wreath inscribed, "Tearful Sympathy of the Auto." ASK FOR ARBITRATION - New York, Jan. i),-The firemen ou ilfty eastern raliroads agreed with railroad managers today to ask Martin A. Knapp, judge of the United States Court of Commerce, and Chas. P. Neill, United States commissioner of labor, to mediate under the Brd-man Act, in thetr controversy over waft** and "working; conditions. The fourth of the series 0' services in connection with the week of prayer was held at the First Baptist church last night, and was fairly well attended. The pastor, Rev. A. C. Watson, was in charge of the meeting and was assisted by Rev. T. P. Perry, who conducted the. scripture reading and offered prayer. i . The subject under consideration was '.'Religion in .the Land," and was ably handled by Rev. J. II. Pickle and Walter Jordan. | The subject afforded much scope for both speakers, as a great deal' of emphasis is C?o(?' upos religion, receiving a prominent place in the laridlron? most ancient times. It was pointed out that men and actions were blessed and made prosperous according to their obedience to God's commands, and were punished and suffered in so far as they disobeyed his commands. I It was uraed that all possible aid be given to those from other lands .who sought our shores, and impart unto them the gospel of Christ, so that they might enjoy all the bless ings of the gospel that were enjoyed by the-, more enlightened rat'ons. , The last of the series of meetings will be held at Wesley church tonight, when the subject will be "Religion'in'the World," and will be addressed bv Rev. A. G. Cameron and Mr. A."K' Dunlop. Appeal to Sunday Schools In connection with the week of prayer the following has been sent out from the Alberta Sunday School association : Dear Fellow-Worker,-On January 11,15)13,' too World's and International Sunday School associations "Prayer Cycie" mentions "Alberta". This means that every member of these associations, in offices, and on the field, will, some time during ' the day, ask our Heavenly Father to pour a blessing upon the Sunday school workers and work of this province. Let us join' this grsat army of pe-titioners, and, on January Jtth, unite in praying that God may sicn-il-ly bless and guide in His own wav, which is ever best, the .efforts of every' Sunday school officer, teacher arid scholar in Alberta, in Canada, in the world. Yours fn the Master's service, T. E. Werry, General Secretary. NOTICE TO CURLERS EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES TO CLEAR FELT LINED RUBBER SOLED SHOES-Regular prices $5 and $5.50 ' u>o (ia NOW ............... S..M> ALL FELT SHOES Reg. price $2.25; now FELT SHOES-Leather foxed Regular price $3.2i>; NOW .............. LIGHT FSLT, with leather sole. Regular price m\ $2.00; Now ............P1*0" $1.70 er foxed $2.45 $.1.80 ALL FELT GAITER Reg. price $2.50; now LIGHT FELT, chrome foxed; regular price ?3.25 u�*> i - NOW .................'T-w CLOTH TOP RUBBERS- Regular price $1.50 " uj-j t>E NOW ................ JM-O STORM RURBERS Price.................. 'JOl; All other Rubber and Felt Goods Equally Reduced OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE STILL CONTINUES DON'T FORGET-With every Purchase of $5.00 you get ti Coupon on the $100.00 Fur Coat Competition. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Examine Our V/indows WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2fb tin for ..20c. Raspberries, 2tt> tin tor ... 20c Peaches, 2fb tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2fb 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, 21b tins- .. 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple syrup, yz gal. 05c B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK............................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE 574 i COOKING EQUIPMENT 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 SPECIAL STOVE SPECIAL PRICE $6.50 EACH 320-Gth Street South PHONE 575 Lethbridge P, O. BOX 27 OLD SCOTCH WHISKY Pronounced by medical men and connoisseurs to bo the beat value in Scotch Whiskey imported, age, quality and strength considered Distilled, blended and matured by one of the oldest firm or distillers oii Speyside, Scotland, exclusively for the Hudson's Bay Company. Wlne/Dept. Phoile 613 V ; THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept. Phone 613 ;