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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta F!�EE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor S*�t $1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta ORDERS SENT BY PHONE arc as promptly attended to as if you brought them in person. It saves you a lot of time and trouble Do not Avait till you are able to call in-� Phone that order now. Our Number is 761 C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 3lO Sth Street Phone 761 THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor "WALTER MORGAN; Phone 1073 Manager We are Lethbridge Agents for Zenoleum. We'carry quarts, half gallons, gallons. Zenoleuiii Lice Killer, the best yet. The Frank Hecfley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 19 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 6HERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405 8tb St S. (Dominion Block) Phone 1735 La Feits' Souvenir Books "' We,8,re now able to supply these. They are gotten up in a *- "moat handsome manner, and are well worth securing as a souvenir Price 2oc. KENNY & ALLIN ,,';DRUGSi"STATIONERY. AND OFFICE SUPPLIES *- Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Cnen-,jat� Phone 1487 YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED VINE BRAND FRUITS ARE INVARIABLY SATISFACTORY And we are not a bit alarmed that we will be called upon to return any money, nevertheless the above oiler stands good. Look at this Assortment for $4.50 I case of 24 tins-fruits in heavy syrup, every tin enamel liueii: 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. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES-- Grocery Dept. S25 Wholesale Dept. 1271 WEA1IIER A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Quality, Quantity and Service and Prices to Suit Everjjbody at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE -7 -24 -12 -34 -4 -24 -i -21 -IS -34 -18 -30 -10 -28 -1 -32 -8 -40 -12 -3G -30..........40c English Stilton, per lb .....50c White Star Jam, 5tb tins, Strawberry and Apple or Raspberry Maple Syrup, Quart Bottles, per bottle.................. 40c. French Peas, good quality, per tin .................... 15c. Swift's Pride Cleanser 3 for 25c Johnston's Fluid Beef, 1G oz. bottle................. 90c. Aylmers Tomato Soup, 2's per tin................... 15c Delhi Tomato Soup, 2's per tin 20c; 2 for..............35c. Help yourself while these last. They are all to be cleared out and Apple, par tin ...... 60c Kootenay Jam, 51b tins, per tin ...... ................ 65c Maple Syrup, pure, M> gallon, per tin ................ 75c. Boys' Sunday Club All boys in the city over twelve years of ageare invited to the meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club, to be held in the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow after, noon, when Walter Jordan will be the speaker." I Five Pin Match In a flvC-pin bowling tourney among the juniors at the Y. M. C A. alleys this morning, Percy Irwin won the premier honors with an average of thirty for three games. Hazel Wallace was second with 27%, and Gale Mc-Kain third with 26%. Phone 555 S Third Avej Business Men Invited The .executives of the Board of Trade and the Business Men's association are invited to attend the special meeting of the city council on Monday afternoon, when the city charter will get its final revision before being forwarded to Edmonton. The meeting commences at two o'clock. Salvation Army Services Sunday morning and evening meetings in the new Empress Theatre. At the morning meeting, Ensign Andrews will give a special address on "Holiness:" At th'a evening meeting Capt. j Pease will deliver an important ad-I dress. Sunday school commences at 2.30 p.m. in the Oddfellow's' hall; Young -People's Leader Mrs. Starks in charge. All are heartily welcome to the meetings. uncls Good What more fortable than com-a good To Regulate Cattle Shipments The Associated Boards of Trade are working on a proposition whereby it will be made possi'ble to ship cattle and other live stock to the Pacific! coast ports, without unloading every ^ thirty-two hours to feed and , water as is now required. "The cattlemen of Southern Alberta have entered objections to this clause, and' Secretary Finley is taking the matteT up in. their behalf, with W. P. Stevens, provincial live stock commissioner. Attend This Meeting A special effort should be made by everyone to attend the lecture to be given in the Central School on. Monday evening by R. B. Chadwick, superintendent of the Department for Delinquent and Neglected Children, when j he will discuss matters of int-eres: to everyone which have came' under his notice while carrying, out the duties of his department. Hot Water Bag these cold nights?' Flannel covered and plain. From $1.00 to $7.00 J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd, The ^&XO&Z Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 L E AUDiE GREETED BR0ADU3 UNIVERSITY EXTENSION' LECTURES ARE PROVING VERY POPULAR IN LETH-BRIDGE BUSINESS LOCALS ihone G6C tne Messrriget Scrvlco lot pro i "t nr ss"_'e anil haaro^p deliri�rv REX TRANSFER, Phone" 070, office Alto. Saddlery, opposite .Coa!da!e note; Dry 12 inch stove wood, �3.00 per nected" therewith.""in order to The second of the series of University of Alberta extension lectures was ; given in' the Central school last ev-i cnina; before a crowded audience. Ths j lecturer on this occasion was Professor Ilroadus, who reviewed Sir Thomas Mores book on ' "Utopias" of old, a bob^ dealing with ideal republics and the social conditions*con- IS BOOSTING ALBERTA PRE-HISTORIC MONSTER NAMED AFTER THIS PROVINCE-IT'S COSTLY GETTING RELIC load. Coal, two tons for ?9, C. O. D.1 Becker & Yates. Phone 138-1. 20-0 NOTICE-The Mason & Risch Ltd. are now located in their new. store, 404-5th St. South, Bryan Block. 25-6 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 Ha!!. Sopnrb prizes. dm tinmen SI.00, ladies free. No further invitation necessary. 25-2 Members of Court Star A. O. F. will hold a whist drive and dance on Tuesday, January 14. in 8. O. Ei Hall. Invitations have been issued for same. show the advancement achieved along social lines since the old Utopia, Professor Broadus compared More'-e book with F. G. Wells' work on "Modern Utopias" which aroused the� keen interest of the audience, who were im^ pressed with the capable manner in which Professor Broadus presented his subject. The,large audience was-a tribute to this popularity of the course of.lectures now in operation under the guidance of the University, and as time ^oes'pn it is hoped that the interest will continue to grow. ,R. P. Wallace^ chairman of the school board, occupied the chair. Brooks, Jan. 10.-When-It will cost a total of three thousand dollars to take the petrified remains of one s'auraupholus from the Red Deer river bed,'north of Brooks, to New York, snd set it up in the museum of natural history there, it can be seen that the total value of the remains of pre-hlst-orle ages, whieh Barnum Brown is uncovering, will amount to a considerable ;iium of money. This saurau-pholus is a new one In the biological world, and was named by Mr. Brown. Its name means, literally, crested lizard, and it is the first specimen to be found in the world. Alberta comes in fcr some glory from Barnum Brown's researches, for a carnivorous lizard's remains were found' tljat has been named Alberta-saur,,. the only specimen of this kind in the'1 captivity of a musemum. The indefatigable geologist is coming back to Alberta for other specimens. The work of getting these skeletons q-f stone-out is tremendous. They are hot'led'away 'by the long, bony noses, as s.omepeople think, but days, weeks and even months are spent in carefully chipping away the pieces of adhering rock, and packing the remains in boxes. It is a tiresome, tedious jcto, and the greatest care has to be exer. cised. ,.. 2St _ _ mmmA The family remedy for Coughs ahd Coldi "Shlloh costs so little and dews '.a mucbl' THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Served Scotty Right Quong Lee, of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, must have thought the Balkan j war had been transferred to Lethbridge, or that the new Chinese Republic was in open rebellion, or something  worse than i(he two combined had: happened, when ho was rudely .^awakened in his bed last night about 10.30, by the booming of what might have been miniature firecrackers. Alex. McGregor had perpetrated a joke on the Celestial, and the latter, thinking it.was a little bit too literal, had him arrested. A bundle of real Chinese firecrackers, properly lit and thrown under Quong's bed, was the cause.of all the commotion, and when they began to do their deadly work, I the Oriental thought the end had come.' A couple of the sheets and the inattre3S were set ou fire, and ,' badly burned before the bla2e could [ be extinguished. Scotty got thirty i days in the guard room for his too-| practical joke. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 21t> tin for ..20c. I Choice Bulk Dates, per Tb ..10c. Raspberries, 2tb tin for ... 20c. I " Cluster Raisins, per tb 20c. _ . _, .._ ,__ on_ ! " Table Figs, per tb. ... 20c. Peaches, 2tb tin for.......20c. Lv(ft,s Q_ Syr*p tin for.......20c. I imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Gooseberries, 2tt� tin for ... 20c. | Imperial Maple syrup, Yz gat. 65c B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK 35c 'z gal. 65c ... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 824.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrilla PHONE 674 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE STOVE SPECIAL PRICE $6.50 EACH 326-0th. Street South -PHONE 575 Lethbridge P. O. BOX' 27 OLD,SCOTCH WHISKY Pronounced by medical men and connoisseurs to he the best value in Scotch Whiskey imported, age, quality and strength considered. Distilled, blended and matured by one of the oldest firm of. distillers on Speyslde, Scotland, exclusively for the Hudson's Bay Company;' Wine Dept.; Phone 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept. Phono 613 ;