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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta � 4 t If i *2 FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor B��t $1.25 a Oay HoUt In Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel la the Best and Mist Convenient Place to Stay 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 tiny money. nevertheless the above otter stands good. Look at this Assortment tor $4.50 I case of 24 Uns-fruits in heavy syrup, 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 Lawtonberrles, and 1 Red or Black Currants. Assortment Vegetables i'or $3.25 One case 2i tins-6 tins Tomatoes, 6 tins Com,6 tins Golden Wax or Refugee Beans and 6 tins Peas. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 127) (THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES-. Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER AT ZERO PRICES We can furnish your kitchen with modern . utensils that will make � cooking easy  C. W. Gray " The store that saves you money" A GOOD SQUARE MEAL "Quality, Quantity and'.Service and Trices ro 8uit Everybody'at the THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phops 1078 " Manager NO ONE: Can resist tasting some more .of our. chocolates. We :have got the brand- ALES . We have proved that they *are coming chocolates by the number of repeat orders since "Christmas. There is that something in them that makes yen want mo.fC -Special Agent- The Frank Medley Drug Co. OPFOSITE (DALLAS HOTEL Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th St S, (Dominion Block) - Phone 1735 La f eits' SouVenir Books _ r , .- ... -;. ..' . . � ~~ We are now able to supply these. TUey are gotten up in a most handsome manner, and are well worth' securing as a souvenir of l.,ethbridge. - Price, 25c. KENNY ^ ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 EPLING FREE ON mm mm taste, near the scene of the tragedy in which J., Heal ,SnneJ, the Amarilio banker coirccaied himself, and from winch, it is charged, Snucd emerged (a: before Bo/ce was shot to j death. Efforts of Sneed's attorneys to have hini tried jointly wjth Epl'nuj failed, svhf-n the court ruled that a motion la that effect was improper. Sneed is at liberty under bonds. HE DIDN'T RENT SNEED COTTAGE - TO HELP OUT BOYCE ...... . . MURDER '^i VESSEL WRECKED: NINE PERISH ... ., �---.....-  .Newcastls-on-Tyne, Eng., Jan.-J5.- Bfekphis;:"l,exas, Jan. lS.-The el-!*?'.** the crew of the Russian forts 4t-the prosecution to connect . hark, California, were drowned today '^Reach B. RpLng with the kill ri& ot wKen that vessel was blown on to the ' ^loeft?a.""B6Vte-/; -It:;  in Amanita, ^ast of Northumberland, and totally f ^Sept. 14, 1012; failed yesterday. A. wrecked during a gale. Captain Esk--A ;VlumbW-fW wi^ftsfiss-who: saw-Bovpe , hom and; sev�n men were saved. ,  S''. fclalu', were examined. Epling is charg- , -The California had just left the ^* e,j \feith-comiplicitv in the killing, ihelTyrie with a full cargo. She was a ' ..JgtuV alleging-Alp he rented * cflt-.J p|; 34� tons.  '4 IP Lethhridge, cioudv ... - I - 14 Edmonton, clear ... .. - 6 -12 .02 Bntlleford, clear ...... - 6 -1-1 Swift Current, fair . 12-8 Retina, cloudy ....... 10-5 Minnedosa, cloudy ... - 4 -12 .0(1 Port Arthur, cloudy . 20 10 Nelson .................... 28 L7 .10 Grand Forks ......... 21 4 .20 Calgary, clear'......... - (i -14 Medicine Hat, clear.- 0 -10 Prince Albert, clear . - 4 -10 .02 Mouse Jaw, fair ....... 10 - 4 Qu'AppeMe, cloudy ... 10 4 Winnipeg, clear ....... G - t 02 KamlOLips, snowing ... 20 10 .02 Penticton............. 21 '12 j Slightly higher temperatures sire ; recorded in Manitoba and Southern i Saskatchewan. Elsswhere it has been | quite cold. i FORECAST: All West-Fair and! tu'y cold today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT In Medicine Hat, Too Medicine Hat W. C. T. U. is starting a campaign to inaugurate- a "travellers' aid wcilV' ' similar ~to the Lethbridge women's plans. Board of Trade The annual meeting of the Board of Trade is called for Friday evening, at eight o'clock in.St. Augustin'a hall. A large attendance is requested,. Great SOAP Bargain Transparent Glycerine Soap Voltj Bar ____15c. 2 for 25c. This soap lathers well in any water and keeps the skin soft. The Red-C-oss Drug and Book Co., Ltd. ACTRESS WON OUT N HER DEMANDS OLIVE MAY WILL MARRY LORD PAGET AND RECEIVE FULL -EST SOCIAL RECOGNITION Phone 555 Third Ave. Had Appendicitis M. A. Vanhorn, of Carmangay, brother of the Messrs. Vanhorn, Lethbridge, was operated cn for appendicitis in a private hospital at Carman-gay. He is doing well. Mr. Crow Will Speak Harold B. Crow, news editor of the Morning News, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club, in the Y. M. C. A., on Sunday afternoon. ' S. O. E. Meets Tonight The 3. O. E. R. R. meets in the S. O. B. hall tonight, at -eight o'clock sharp. Following the lodge meeting, the whist touranment will be played off, and a full attendance is requested. B ER WINNIPEG WORKERS DECIDE ON BRANCHES WHICH WILL -WORK FOR PRESENT SCALE . Winnipeg, Man. 15.-The building trades council held its first for 19]3' at the Labor Temple last evening, and owing to the fact that the schedule of all trades engaged in building in the city was the principal matter for consideration, /there was a large attendance. The various trades were considered individually and the conditions and rates of pay in each case brought out considerable discussion. In the case of the bricklayers and masons, the sheet metal workers, the plumbers and steam engineers, it was decided that no increase on the present rates he asked for.' J.D.HIGINB0THAM &C0. LIMITED Family & Dispensing Chemists 'j Rexall Kidney Remedy PROMPT- EFFICIENT NON-INJURIOUS Contains no habit forming drugs , 50c arid $1.00 J. D. Hfginbotham & Co., Ltd. London, Jan. 15-Miss Olive May, I the pretty and popular gaiety girl, : will be married Thursday to Lord i William Paget, bro\er and heir pre-; sumptive of the Marquis of Anglesey, one of the wealthiest men in Kng-land.  So the actress has carried lux point and won, not only Lord Victor's hand, but a social triumph. He has courted her devotedly for a ye.*.r, and while she has coni-ssid her love , for him, she has bro :tn the en-a^e-i ment twice, for she insisted that un-l less his family received her on terms : of social equality she would never marry him. She has mot the Pa^cts and they are hers. The Marquis of Anglesey, who only recently married the veau-tiful Lady Mr nrie M inner s, the Due of Rutland's daughter, was so captivated by Miss May that he made a will of his own volition making a substantial settlement on her. Lady Alexander Paget, Lord Victor's mothrr, is so charmed by the actress' beauty and grace that she has not only given her full consent � to her son's marriage, hut declares she is anxious to introduce her fu- ture daughter-in-law - in society. j Miss May was born in Chicago and received her training for the stage at a conservatory there. j Lord Victor, 23 years old, was until recently, a lieutenant in the Roy- ! al Horse Guards. He has lived at number seven Connaught Square, but has taken a little flat in Kensiniton. He does not intend, indeed, he cannot afford, to lead an idle life after marriage. Directly after his honeymoon he will enter the stock exchange firm of Bourke, Schiff >& Co. T A BATTLED TERRIFIC SEAS AND EVERYTHING HAD TO BE NAILED DOWN BUSINESS LOCALS SI IN A ITER TUNNEL ONE KILLED AND FIVE OR SIX INJURED IN CHICAGO AC CIDENT Phone G6C the Messenger Service fox pronpt mcssaee and bageage delivery. REX TRANSFER, Phone 070, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Dry 12 inch stove wood, $3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for $9, C, O. i>. Becker & Yates. Phone 1384. 20-0 WHIST DRIVEr-iSt, Mary's Men's society, fifth big whist drive- aiiu social on Thursday, January 16th in Unity Hall. Superb prizes. Gentlemen ?1.00,' ladies, free. No further invitation necessary. 27-3 Lethbridge Encampment No. 7. I. O. O. F. meets tonight in the I. O. O. F. Hall. . Chicago, III., Jan. 15.-One man was killed, another is reported to have perished and five nien were seriously injured by an uxplos'.on in a city water tunnel early today. A.score of workmen were overcome by fumes from the explosion but, were quickly revived. Ten firemen engaged in rescue, work were' overcome' by fumes and had to be carrisd out ci' the tunnel. ABYSSINIA WAS UNDER HER OWN STEAM Halifax, N. S., Jan. 15.-The disabled Hamburg-American line freigutrj er Abyssinia^ arrived here safely today under her own steam. Wireless reports had told of her havir.g broken a crank shaft and losing her rudder and it- was feared the White Star freighter Armenian, which voluntcsr-ed to ass st her to port, had lost her in the fog. This gave rise yesterdav to-t, r&ports tba^ the Abyssinia was helplessly adritt. apparently .rfepaits were'"cffccted so that the crippled vessel proceeded without ass/stance. .�>he. ha* a crew of fpjty, - \-{ St. John, N.B., Jan. 15.-The Canadian Pacific Railway liner Mount Temple docked at tH-e West Side last night after a terrible run of twenty-one days from Antwerp. � The steamer brought three saioon paserigers, and 142 steerage passengers, and 5,000 tons freight. All through the voyage the ship was swept by terrific seas, and the cou'rse was made through unceasing gales- of hurricane force. The trip was exceedingly rough, and the - steamer encountered continuous violent storms. Although the Mount Temple on her trips has often encountered mountainous seas and fierce winds, there has usually been a spell of calm-, but during the recent voyage, the ship was buffetted and at times the violence of the storm was so g-reat that anything on deck not held by extra fastenings, was carried away by the great seas which crashed aboard the t>ig steamer. JOBS HELD LIGHTLY London, Jan. 15.-The reason for striking put forward by two" thousand Welsh miners, who quit work yesterday, is that they were' kept waiting for their pay half an hour on Saturday in a drizzling rain without shelter, while the cashier finished his luncheon. -The men were so incensed they gave the colliery officials twenty-four hours to dismiss the cashier. As the officials did not do it, the men struck, against the advice of their leaders. E. Moses Shire, a prominent Buffalo lawyer* who was born in Hamilton, is dead. Cvrus Birgc, 0f Hamilton, says ih3 Steel Co. of Canada is not in . 'the rumored .Schwab steel merger. MORE Stock Taking Prices AYLMER CRAWFORD PEACHES, 3's, tin.. AYLMER BARTLETT PEARS, 3's, tin..... PIG'S FEET 1tt> tins ............ PIG'S FEET 2ft> tins........... TRIPE 2tb tins......... 2 for 35c. Sherriff's Marmalade 1tb. glass ......... Sherriff's Marmalade 2tb glass........... Sherriff's Marmalade 4Tb tins ..........f. 25c 15c 25c. 20c 20c 35c 60c Sherriff's Marmalade 7tt> tins.......... SPAGHETTE AND CHEESE, 1's, ...... (2 for 25c) SPAGHETTE AND CHEESE, 2's,...... BRUNSWICK SARDINES IN OIL. % inch tin \f}C 90c. 15c 20c. or (3 for 25c.) KIPPERED HERRING t)X_ 2 tins for ........... ~oij KIPPERED HERRING i>V� Norwegian, 2 tins for"-FLAT HERRING *>Sf. Norwegian, 2 tins for THESE ARE ALL NEW GOODS THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR 1913 Strawberries, 2tt> tin for ..20c. Raspberries. 2Tb tin for ... 20c Peaches, 2tt> tin for.......20c. Cherries, 2tt> tin for.......20c. Gooseberries, 2Tb tin for ... 20c. B. C. Choice Biiik Dates, per Tb ..10c. " Cluster Raisins, per Tb 20c. " Table Figs, per Tb. ... 20c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2Tb tins .. 20c-Imperial Maple syrup, qt, ...35c Imperial Maple syrup, J/, gal. 65c SUGAR, PER SACK ............................... $125 The Premium Grocery S2�-11th St. South J. TUFF. PROPRIETOR Opposite Terr'Tls PHONE 97* THE MAJESTIC RANGE THE ONlA ONE BEST THE RANGE THAT'S KNOWN THE WORLD OVER AS A PERFECT BAKER SAVES ON THE FUEL BILL The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. toRNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL STOVE PRICE $6.50 EACH 32ti-6th Street South PHONE 575 Lethbridge P. O. NBOX 27 INVALID PORTS WINE DEPARTMENT VICE REGAL-A rare old full bodied wine and a splendid tonic Per bottle..........................................., $1.50 OLD LODGE-A. very old tawney Port of great age, per hot; S1.25 The wines are bottled in Spain under tihe company's own seal, and guaranteed by them to be of the finest vintage, WINCARNIS-The best medicated wine, per bottle........ $1,00 Wine Dept. Phone 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine Dept. Phone U13 - ;