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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i There should be a good Axe and a good Hatchet in every Household. Ours are the best. C W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31O 5th Street Phone 761 NO ONE Can resist tnsting some more of on? chocolates. We 'have got the DALES We have proved that they are coming chocolates by tho number of repeat orders since Christmas. There'is that something in them that makes you want more. The Frank Medley Drusr Co.. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DIS- PLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 19 13 NOW GOING AT COST JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th st E. (Dominion Block) Phono 173S La_Feits9 Souvenir Books We arc now able to supply thess. They are gotten up In a most handsome manner, and are well worth securing as a souvenir of Lethbridge. DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, -Dispensing Chemists Phono 1487 YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED VINE BRAND FRUITS ARE INVARIABLY SATISFACTORY And are not a bit alarmed tliat will be called upon to return any money, nevertheless the above ufl'er stands good. Look at this Assortment for I caso of 2t in heavy tin L-nuuiui ilncci: 6 Poachc--, Pcara, 2 2 Red or Black Raspberries. Z Red Pitted Cherries, 2 Green Gyqes, 2 Lombard Plums, 1 Lawtonberrles, and 1 Red or Black Currants. Assortment Vegetables for One case tins Tomatoes, 6 tins Corn.6 tins Golden Wax or Refugee Beans and 6 tins Peas. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 62S Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Depi. 1271. WEATHER A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Quality, Quantity and Service and Prices to Suit Everybody at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY WALTER MORGAN, Proprietor Phone 1078 Manager Lethbridsc, clear IS Edmonton, clear S .13 HattlefonJ, clear 10 .10 Retina, fair Arthur, cloudy.. 0 8 Grand Folks 13 10 1.80 Medicine Hat, cloudy. 20 Moosy Jaw, cloudy... 10 ft Winnipeg, cluiuiy -1 Penticton 20 0 Swift Current, ciottdy H Minnpdesa, clear 6 6 'elsnn 8 0 ,20 Calgary, clear 8 Prince Albert, rlcar.. 10 Qn'Appelle, cloudy 8 Kamloops, snowing The weather throughout the west hr.s continued generally quite cold, though it moderated somewhat in 'southern sections. FORECAST All snow (lurries but generally fair and cold today aiiu on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT District Court on 21st The next civil sittings of the. District Court, with Judge Winter presiding, will 'be held on Tuesday, January 21. Champion Business Change The firm of Zlnu and Smithson, o Champion, have dissolved, Mr, Zlni continuing the business. Coal Company Isuue Writ The Diamond Coal Co. have issuet u writ against Henry Frey, oE Barons for STtiy. School Board Meeting The School Board will meet in reg ula" session at the board rooms to- morrow evening. Pressing Payments Writs aggregating have been issued in the Iccal high court against A. W. Bowes. Ta'oer. Your Credit is Good Business Men's Meeting The annual meeting of the Buain'esa Men's Association will he held In the Secretary's office, thia evening, at eight o'clock sharp. Y. M. C. A. Annual The annual meeting of the Y. M..C. A. will be held ibis evening at eight o'clock in the Association auditorium. A large attendance is urgently re- quested. Criminal Cases on Monday Prank 3aer accused on the charge, of horse-stealing at Coutls, and H. Kilburn, accused of unlawfully shoot- ing, with intent to kill, at KIpp, will come for trial before Judge Winter in the District Court on -Monday morn- ing'at ten o'clock.' Judge in Chambers Quite an array of legal talent wait- ed on his Honor Judge Winter this forenoon in the Court House -with various motions. Sir. Campbell, ag- ent for the Attorney-Geueral ut Mac- d being the number of thoso present. Assessment Climbing Medicine Hat's assessment this year will be more than double that of last In 1911 the assessment was ov- seven million dollars. This year it should run well over sixteen million. Alderman Doty thinks that when City Clerk Baksr has his final figures made up they will run close to eighteen mil- lion. For Fat Stock Show The premium lists for tile Fat Stock Show, April 15-1G, is practically com- pleted, and will be seni: out to inter- ested parties at an early date. Every effort is being puL fortn by the man- agement to make the first fair a suc- cess in every way, for after the first it is believed litt'tS difficulty will be in getting the farmers of 5uui.hern Aioerta interested in the movement. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 6G6 the Messenger Service ior measiice and delivery. HEX TRANSFER, Phone 070, office AHa. Saddlerj-, opposite Coaldalo hotel Dry 12 inch stove wood J3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for C. O. D Becker Yal.es. Phone 1384. WHIST Mary's Men's society, fifth big whist drive and social on Thursday, .Tanuary 16th In Unity Hall. Superb prizes. Gentle- men J1.00, ladles free. further invitation tttieesuarj'. SPECIALS Good Quality Linen Stationery Imitation Oak Mottoft 25e. Electrfc Light Shades In Green, Red and Amber j 25c. We are atlM giving !4 off on all Brass Goods, Toys and all Xmas Goods. The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, Third INTERESTING JOINT INSTALLA- TION CEREMONY HELD IN NORTH LETHBRIDQE Higinbotham's Pulmonic Syrup A Time-Tried Household Heine dy for Persistent Coughs Colds and Bronchitis, etc. 25c, 50c, J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 The installation ceremonies for the local I. O. O. P. lodges wore held in Mizpah Lodge, 72, North Lethbridge, last QiRht. Those installed were: Viaduct Grand 0. Heath; V. A. Wilson; R. Smith; Ronald; P. Scott; Conductor- It. Williams; tt. S. N. E, Dunlbp; B. Allen; I. G. J. Lan'Bon; O. B. Tcrrill; II. S, A. Johnson; L. S. il. Leonard; R. S. V. W. Horn; L. S. V. E. Vanhorne. Lethbrldfie Lodge No. B. Harden, N. G.; W. Hopkins, V. G.; William Oliver, Treaa.; C. W. Low- ther, Financial Secretary; C. A. Me- Eachorn, Recording Secy.; W. T. Wynne, Warden; A. B. Dupen, Con- ductor; H. M. Shrlner, Chaplain; A. Niven. R.S.N.G.; J. D. Davis L.S.N.G.; J. Ilradle, O.G.; H. Rosatne, i.e.; A. H. Graves U.S.S.; W. Tustain L.S.S.; j G. M. McLean, R.S.V.G.; Tom ton L. a. V. G. Jllzpah wage No. B. Tlb- lert, N.O.; D. A. Smith V. S.; G. Ross, Recording Secy.; B. Covall, Financial j Secy; J. Johnston, Treasurer; J. Bern- aril. Warden; W. P. Alexander, Con- ductor; W: Hardie Chaplain; C. M. Watson, O. G.; J. M. Hendrie, I. G; R. B. llhompson R.S.N.O.; A. L. S; N. G. W. J. Wilson, 11. S. S.; 0. 1 Olson, L. S. S.; G. Schrlve H.S.V.G.; i M. McCaffrey, L. S. V. G. ;ITY AND DISTEICT New Motor Truck: Here The new motor fire truck which .ar- rived last week, has not yet been brought into service, although a test will be made some day this week. Southern Litigation Cardston figures extensively in the courts these days, no less- than six- teen writs having been issued within he past week, the highest being and the lowest ?18. Were Given a Chance Two loneJy worshippers -at the shrine of Hiram Walker faced the magistrate at the police court this mornJng. They were dealt 'with len- ently, owing to the cold weather and .he lack of room at the jail. Fine Police Uniforms Lothbritlge has policemen who look Ike real pclicemen on the street to; day. This morning for the first time he guardians of the la'w ventured ortli in their brand new uniforms, ai ri many WCTC the complimentary re- marks passed by the citizens on the appearance of the men. The uniforms made in the style in vogue in ruiiy eastern cities, and to spot a po- liceman on the street now does not- require the possession of Sherlock Holmes' ability. i CURBS COUGHS VERY SUGH7 TIRE LOSSES !N INSTITUTE DOING A GOOD WORK Cranbrook, Jan. the annual general" meeting of the Women's In- stitute an excellent report of the year's .work was presented, showing a considerable Increase .in funds and members. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year; President, Mrs. S, Leaman; vice- president, Mrs. R. Brown; sec.-treas., Mrs. J. Shaw; directors, Mesdames T. Giii, W. Doran, B. Murgatroyii, J. 'Draper and G. Cauld'well: social com- mittee, Mesdames T. Christian, R. Clark, W. Horan, J. Burgoyne and II. H. McCIure. Chief. Foster, of the City Fire Bri- gade, has provided a detailed state- merit .of fires during the last twelve months, which tells of nineteen calls within; the city limits, and four out- side, only vary slight damage result- ing in each case, which speaks very highly for efficient service ren- dered by the boys. building to the southeast of the city was opened a fow days ago and started with a good attend- ance of children living in that district and wh'c were unable to attend school last .winter on account of the dis- tance; An interesting presentation took place, in the Masonic Temple when the eminemt Past Preceptor D. J, Me Sweyn' received the Pait Preceptor's Jewel. Mr. McSweyn is shortly leaving Cranbrook and has hold high rank "in Selkirk Preceptory No. 45, passed, the chair in Blue Lodge and held -liigli of flee in the chapter. We to say that Mr. J. S, ake-had tn have his arm amputated below; the elbow, in consequence of the accident, he met with last Tuesday morning. Parks whose son died suddenly of convulsions week, is very seriously ill, from the shock. Cranbrook is enjoying a spell of cold, but the bright weather and the skaters' are having a groat time both at the Arena rink and on the marsh. MORE Stock Taking Prices AYLMER CRAWFORD PEACHES, 3's, tin.. AYUM3K BARTLETT PEARS, 3's, tin..... PIG'S FEET 1tt U.'.j PIG'S FEET 2lb tins TRIPE 2lb tins............. 2 for 35c. Sherrlff's Marmalade 1tb. glnss Sherrlff's Marmalade 2lb glass Marmalade tins............ 15c 15c Slierriff's Marmalade 7Ib Una......... SPAGHETTE AND CHEESE, (2 for 25c) SPAGHETTE AND CHEESE, 2's........-IFC. SARDINES IN OIL. Inch tin for KIPPERED 2 tins for..... KIPPERED HERRING Norwegi.-m, 2 tins FLAT HERRING Norwegian, 2 tins for" THESE ARE ALL NEW GOODS THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2rtt tin for .20c. Raspberries, 2tb tin for 20c. Peaches, 2Tb tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2lb tin for.......20c, Gooseberries, 2fb tfn for 20c. B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK Choice Bulk per III ..10o. Cluster Raisins, per Tb 20c. Table Figs, per JD. 20c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2lb tins 20c. Imperial Maple syrup, qt. ...35c Imperial Maple syrup, gal. 65o ?1.2S The Premium Grocery S24-i1th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opootll. Terrllls PHONE 674 COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR DINNERS DOUBLE ROASTERS, CAKE TINS, JELLY MOULDS, PUDDING TINS, STEAMERS, CAKE CUTTERS. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 8th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL STOVE SPECIAL PRICE EACH Street South PHONE 675 Lethbridge P. O. BOX' Zl OLD SCOTCH WHISKY Pronounced by medical men and connoisseurs to be, the best valiio in Scotch Whiskey imported, age, quality and strength cou- lildered. Distilled, blended and matured by one of the oldest firm of distillers on Speysido, Scotland, exclusively for the Hudson's Bay Company. Wine Dept. Phone 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wlr.o Dept. Phono 613 ;