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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Wiiidsoi- BMt $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Convenient Place to Stay STORM DOORS WELL MADE-WELL FINISHED. STRONG AND OF GOOD APPEARANCE. BEST VALUE IN THE CITY EACH ....................................... $3.00 C. W.GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money' '0 5th �!rert -hont To! ^ TRAIN SERVICE SIARIS A! REIL , WILL BE WEEK-END TRAIN FOR WHILE - NEW TOWN IS BOOMING Overbought A*.i.'i SicHktukiiia tiiul tr.nt \x r have over- HARVEST BRAND JAMS AND JELLIES 1' ii-Ut on GOODWILLIE'S HOME CANNED T'.ipse are absolutely Pure Fruit and Sugar, FRUIT in iias.---you know the (luality of tlicso and weiKh 5 lbs. net to the tin. We, consider :;co(ls. thnt you get better and more goods at a lower Uencri; by iayiiii; in a supiil\ :U tlii' present jirlce than other brands. ,nv prii'os. 5tt). tins Strawberry, Raspberry, and Red Clierries. Pears. Crawford Peaches. Rasp- Blackcurrant....................... oOt- berries, p.Tokffi in perfoot seal, pint seal- 5tb. tins. Pear, Plum, Crabapple, "�*'� ers. ro.KuIiir rrico lOc, reduced to ..... * for................................ i iM.. Strawberries and Black Currants. >.. Per Case of Eight tlni, aaaorted very |�On Krsular price l.'n'. reduced to .......... * Special, per tin ..............;...... Ot/C . -PHONES- Grocery Dept. Bii Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clat* Grocer*. Fruit and Confectionery. Whole�ale and Retail ._rHONEa_ Oroeary 0�pt.  WhoUMl* D�pL itri. wi:AinER SU:K. Min. WHEN- YOUr BUY YOUR MEAT YOU' MIGHT AS WELL BE SURE OF GETTING THE BEST-TENDER JUICY MEAT AT THE RIGHT PRICE-THE KIND THAT HAS MADE OUR REPUTATION. TRY THIS MARKET ONCE. One trial will make ycu a regular customer. The Lethbridge Meat Market Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop. FIFTH STREET Opposite Sherman Theatre J Maraschino Cherries 35i-Box Everybody likes them KILLIEN'S lietia�. Jiin. 1-.-Merriiniin and |I!.\uson from Brooks are building on; iheir lois 5 and >; in block 'J north of ' , the Bank of Couiiueroe and facing i ('enter Street, a store building i4xlO. to be used by them as a harness shop. � They also have lot 27 in the same block and will handle liie Deering machinery We wish them success. The new depot is now enclosed and wili soon be finished. The depot agent will be here by the latter part of this mouth and then regular train service. We understand a coach will come from Suffleld every Friday and stay over night, and go back Saturday morning until the regular daily service is started. Mr. Engen. pbstmasier at Sundiai. had a car ot wheat loaded for shipment at Retlaw. and C. W. Hastings, buyer for James Richardson &� Sons. Ibid 701-4 cents per bushel for it. ilr. ' Smith, buyer for tl-.e .A.lberta Pacifir. . bid 70?^ and got the wheat. Mr. En-! gen thinks Retlaw is the place to sell j wheat. At the same time Xo. 1 wheat ! is bringing 60 cents by the wagon I !oad-.-,_ I Thejlumber men are kept busy to ; supply the trade anj their only trou-j ble is to get the lumber here as fast as needed. The yards are kept cleared. The Jliddle West Lumber Co. got in a car of fence posts on Saturday, the first to arrive by rail, and they will be gone before long. It's a live tov.-u that keeps everybody busy at this time of the year In our report last week we said A. Lethbridge. cloudy Kdnianion. clear . . I Calgary, fair...... i .Medicine Hat. cloudy Battleford. snov.- .... Prince .\lbert. cloudy. Swift Current, cloudy .Moose Jaw. fair..... Regina. clear. . . . . Qu'.\.ppele. cloudy . . . Minnedosa. cloudy . , . Winnipeg, cloudy . . . . Port Arthur, fair. . . . Kamloops. cloudy.. . . 48 �1 ^ 22 �JO :is �iO -6 .10 �d) L'O -� .�;s :!8 :;4 17 � > J '!�> "u 1'- �,!0 14 .24 oil 29 .U -1^ .30 Grand Forks..... Fair and quite mild weather conditions have prevailed throughout the prairie provinces. Forecast Western Provinces-Mild, with local snow flurries, today; Friday, northerly winds and colder. CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Clearings Bank clearings for the week ending today were .$4o0,24t;, ,is compared with $490,445 for the corresponding week last year. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir-cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing .Mission 1414 Tth -Weuue South. (Misa) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. McKay, Grad. .Vurse. Lethbridge Lodge Meets Tonight Lethbridge Lodge Xo. 39 .\.F. & A. M. will hold a regrular communication tonight in the Masonic Hall at 8 pm. Visiting brethren 'vs-ili be cordially welcomed. J. Leaves Y. M. C. A. R. Oliver today severs his cou- Touhsoii would be the manager of the i neotion with the V. M. C. A. as local Retlaw Harness Co. His name i.s ; memibership and office secretary. It -Aaron Jackson. | is understood that the office v.-ill he There was a good atteudauce at the i dispensed with, dance iu the opera house on tlie eve | of the 9th. The next dance will be \ on the evening of Jan. 23. Come and have a good time. MissLW.Filmer ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY Lessons arranged at moderate charges at MESSRS. 8AWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK To Instal Officers The Lethbridge Encampment Xo 7 I.O.O.P. will install their newlv-elect-officers tonight. All visiting brethren are invited to attend. � Our loading platform is handy for farmers to load their grain in cars. It is wide and a heavy timber keeps the v.agou from going oiT; you can get up close to the car. Your wagon stands up level with the car floor so you only have to shovel over your wagon bos. There are two sets of wagon scales in Retlaw. The town scales are west of the pool hall and the Middle Wfest Lumber Co.' have also a good set in front of their otfice. Xo use not knowing how many bushels you have on. Ten cents per load is the charge. We are in hopes there will be some arrangements made to have a school iu Retlaw this summer. There are quite a number of school children here now and there would be a lot more if we could have a school in town. We saw several farmers on the streets last Saturday morning looking for some one to buy live chickens It would pay some one in the larger towns to have some one here to buy such stock and pay cash for them. The people of Retlaw should feel pretty thankful to the C. P. R. for the fine improvements they are giv-ins the new town. A fine depot, a freight shed, section liouse. stock yards, loading platform, and round-liOuse and engine stable, and we are in hopes they will soon make an effort 1o secure a good supply of water. It will be needed and we do not think it will be hard to find. .\re your taxe.^ paid'.' If not there is a penalty of after .lanuary 1st, j and liable to tax sale after .-Vpril 1st. 1 at the Judgment of the councillor.^, Off to the Capital R. J. Gordon, district surveyor and ersineer, leaves for Edmonton today to relieve Mr. Charlesworth, the director of surveys. He will remain in the capital for about six weeks. Personal Mention E. .]. Eraser of Coutts, a former resident, is in the city. H. A: Drifjgs of Grassy Lake is in the city on business. J R. .Milligan of Purple Springs, is spending the day here. Jas. .McCool, a frequent visitor from Fernie, arrived on the Flyer this morning. Kipp Hotel Sold J -McDonald, ot Kipp, has recently disposed cf the Pacific Hotel there to William -Maneet. The hotel has been moved from its old location at Kipp station to the mining town of Coal-hurst, Mr. McDonald it Is understood has secured a long term lease on a well known local hostelry and will take possession in October next. YOU DON'T OFTEN RUN UP AGAINST such an opportunity to e.v-change as this. \\Te have s client with two large fully modern houses in this city, both bringing In good rentals, that he will exchange his equity in for Bonie good raw land with indications of water. Let UB have your proposition. HOUSES TO RENT -THE- Dowsley-Mulhern land Co. therloek Building, Phfne 544 SUNDAY CARS IN LONDON Coal Operators Meet Ai the seventh annual meeting of the Western Coal Operators' association, lield at Fernie, January 9, Lewis Stockett, general superintendent of the coal mines branch of the Natural Resources Department, C. P. R,, was elected president; .1 0. Reid, general manager of the Chinook Coal Co, Ltd., Lethbridge. was elected vice president, and W. F. .McNeill, Calgary, was elected secretary-treasurer for the ensuing year. The association is composed of coal companies located in Alberta and eastern British (.'olum-l)ia, and the production of the mines helongiiig to the association was nearly 4,000,000 tons of coal in 1912, and it i.-i expected that this amoiuit will ije increased when the returns for - ! I'Ji:; are in. The mines in .\lberta London, Out.. Jan. 15.-Tlus citv is I belonging to the association in 1.912 to have Sunday street cars for the first time on Sunday, January i'.") LEADING IN SALES AT THIS BUSY STORE When any article is in such demand that it stands at the head of. the list, of .sales, where there are 40 or 50 other competing articles itr-the same line, that leading article certainly has unquestioned merit back of it. WE SELL MORE LAXA-COLD THAN ANY OTHER REMEDY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. Laxacold assists nature in a natural way and often makes a cold in less time than you ever supposed possible. 25c. A BPX The Red Cross Drug and Book Cb^ Ltd. I CITY AND DISTRICT Bow Island Booster R. S. Beattle of the "Town that Lilghts the West." is in the city today on business. Mr. Beattle says his faith in Bow Island grows with each minute. Police Commission Organizes The members of the recently-appointed police commission have held their first meeting, and elected Mayor Hardie chairman. Rev. Canon Mc-llUen was appointed secretary. Judge JaclTsOn^-was retmested to write the Toronto police commission for a copy of their rules and regulations. The Wood Pile Test Tlie Salvation Army is putting the unemployed who apply at the local citadel for work to the woodpile test, and as a result have some kindling woo^ for sale, w.hlch they will deliver at $2.50 per load to pay the expenses of the experiment. No Council Today There were no matters of immediate imiportance to be considered this morning, so the daily council meeting vi'as called off, and the com-n^lssionei-s tusied themselves with departmental duties. For immediate- relief of Chapped Hands, Sore Lips, Frost Bites, Roughness of the skin and for sores generally. Unequalled for use after shaving. This elegant preparation has no equal for softening the skin and Beautifying the Complexion. 25c IPER BOTTLE ASK FOR A SAMPLE J. D. Higinbotham & Co., \Xl The ^JMUdt Start TELEPHONE NO. SSt Ar> Able Lecture The Coftldaile Young, People's society held their weekly meeting in the sohoalroom on Wednesday 'of lust week. Mr. F. W. Suggltt presided, and. th�re -w^s a large attendance. Tihe meeting was -under the charge oj the Christian Citizenship department, and the apeakerof the evening was Dr. J. H. Rivers, who spoke on the subject ot "Modern Methods of Treating Delinquents." The address was llBtened to with absorbing interest, and all present gained a more intelligent understanding of, and sympathy with, the inmates of our jails and prisons. On the motion of Mr. A. Mitchell, seconded by Mr. J. J. Lef-fler, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Dr. Rivers. The next meeting of the society will the a social on Friday, the 16th Inst. B. S. YOUNG W LL PUT ON STONT ANOTHEiR ATTRACTIVE FEATURE FOR THE BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON FRIDAY NIGHT CITY AND DISTRICT White Glovea fo,- P.M. For the first time in many 1:1 :o;is there was a clean slate at the poHne court this morning. .It is not probably known that among the most recent additions to Letlibrldge industries Is the Letl^-hrldge Chocolate and Candy Co., employing as a starter four hand*, the factory being opposite the Henderson Oarage. The new business is getting along nicely and their product Is now on the market. To the home-made macaroni at the business men's banquet in the S. O. E. hall on Friday night win be added Lethbrldge-made chocolates, which will make a nice "topper-off." Another addition to the programme published yesterday will prove popular. Mr. B. S. Young, the inimitable I etitert�,iner, has promised to put on a stunt which will add much to the enjoyment of the occasion. The tic-Mr. Galvin's Fathar Dead ! I�et8 are selling rapidly, and the func-llr. 11. Galvin left for ^Kansas City t-i^n promise* to be one of exceptional this morning to attend (.he-funerol of interest. Iris father, 'who died yesterday. Tfto Funeral of Miner The funeral of the late Antolne Osadchuk, who met his death in No. 6 mine shaft on Tuesday night, will be held tomorrow afternoon from Fet-terly's undertaking parlors at .3.30 p. m., to St. Augustin's Church. The Miners' Union will attend in a body in respect to deceased, and the funeral service wi'l be conilucted by. V.c Ruthenian priest. produced about 70 per cent, ot the j total outptit of the province. LOOK THIS UP Three Lots Block 23, Duff Addition, $365 each Four Lots Block 129 at $475 each Terms One-third Cash, 6 and 12 months at 6 p. c. R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block late Mr. Galvin was ninety-five years of age, and death was caused by the wearing out of life's vitality. He wont to the United States many years ago from the Old Country and fought through the Civil war. To Farmers' Ladies The Women's Civic club are making arrangements to entertain the lady delegates to the U. F. A. convention next week. An 'At Home" and reception will be held in the Y. M.C, A. auditorium on Wednesday evening. The ladies will hold their sessions In St. Augustin's .hall, and - among tha important matters to be considered is a resolution favoring woman suffrage in Alberta. The -ccinyentlon is. on January 21, 22 and 23,- " FERNIE PERSONALS Fernie. B.C., Jan. ll.--Hon. W. R. Ross was in the city over Sunday. R. V. Oreen, M.P., passed through Fernie, on Sunday evening on the C. P:K., on his way to Ottawa. He was met at the station by a number of his friends. YOUR FIRST RESOLUTION: 'Always 'Our Best' Flour For M( Patronize a HOME INPTJSTRY and gain the advantage ol.' baking with the best .fJoar to be bought in any market, ' Manufactured by ELUSON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta SomeLethbridge People -ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT THE MEATS THEY EAT-WE ADMIRE THEIR "TASTE" AND CATER TO THEM. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE WHY THEY ARE OUR CUSTOMERS. Simply Phone 725 City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH Big Auction Sale -AT- Lethbridge Feed and Sale Barn Saturday, Jan. 17 30 Head ol' Choice Dain' Cows, frcsli nnd coming ffcsh. 20 Head of Mares and Geldings. Pedigreed Yorkshire Boar. AND OTHER ARTICLES Entries tor auction lo be made by jnorning of sale. HORSES $1.00 HEAD CATTLE 50c HEAD , Auctioneer, J. A. Smith if The Enterprising Merchant of Lethbridge finds that while it may cost something to advertise, it costs a great deal more not to .* .* .' advertise '. Didn't Go To Reocue .NfeV York, Jan. U.-'The Xortli Germun bloyd liner Kron Prinzessln Cet'lle,' reported yesterday to be among the vessels racing to the rescue of the stranded steamer Coheciuid, wan iiasHlng Nantucket at -i.'iO a.m. today, and .should reach her pier this afternoon. No word 'has been received by the line this morning from her commander as to whether ho receiv-ed t;!ie C(;ibe(|uld's wlreles.s calls for help. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE BUSINESS LOCALS WOOD-AVe always carry on hand a slock of dry wood, cut in stove lengths J3.00 per load delivered. Phone 362. nitlzons Lumber Co., Ltd., 136 Itjtli \-. ' * 2G8-0 ' Dry Stove Wood-We have it, cut in 12 inch lengths, $3.00 a load delivered. Phone 421 Stacey Lumber Company, Limited. 24-6 NO. 513 514 11! 11 512 511 565 567 546 NO. 513 514 12 11 512 5U 56-1 566 647 Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS NAME FROM DUE TO ARRIVE Crow's Neat Express ............Kootenay Landing .............23.40 Crow's Nest Express .............Medicine Hat .................. 4.35 Soo-Spokane Flyer ..............Spokane ...................... fi.05 Soo-Spokane Flyer ..............St. Paul ....................... .T.IG Local ...........................Cranbrook .....................15,20 Local ...........................Medicine Hat .................15.GO' Local ...........................Coutts ........................19.15 L^ocai ...........................Cardston ......................10.25 Local ...........................Calgary (Aldernyde branch) ----14.15 i)El�ARTlJttES NAME FOR DUE TO DEPART Crow's Neat Express............ Medicine Hat...................23.CO Crow's Nest Express ............Kootenay Landing.............. 4.45 Soo-Spokane Flyer ..............St. Paul...................... 0.15 Soo-Spokane Flyer ..............Spokane ....................... C.25 Local ...........................Medicine Hat..................15.30 Local ...........................Cranbrook ....................16.00 Local ...........................Coutts................,......... i).30 , Local............................Cardston ......................17.45, Local...........................Calgary (via Aldeisyde) ' ;