Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
QUALITY GOODS AT LOW PRICES WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE STOCK OF H|GH CLASS GROCERIES AND AS WE WISH TO MOVE EVERYTHING QUICKLY WE GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF SAVING SOME MONEY ON YOUR PURCHASES. NO. 1. CANDLEO EGGS*-Spectal, 3 doz for $1.00 NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLES, Baldwins Roman Beauties. Wagners. Black Twigs, etc., per case ......................... $1.65 Or 5tt>s. for .........�................. 25c. ROWATS PICKLES, 28 Ok. bottles; regular 40c line, special each................ 25c STEPHEN'S PICKLES, In gallon bottles, Wine measure; special per bottle........65c. VINE BRAND PEARS-In heavy syrup, 31b tins; special per tin ..................... 25c. VINE 3RAND PEACHES-In heavy syrup, 31b tins; special per tin ................ 25c. HEINZ'S SOUR PICKLES-In bulk; special per quart............................20c. HEINZ'S O.R LISBY'S DILL PICKLES- Special per dozen.......................20c. HEINZ'S PORK AND BEANS-lib tins; Special two for.........................25c SIMCOE PORK AND BEANS-lib tins, Special four tins for ....................25c. RHUBARB for PIES, in. gallon tins, Koot-enay Brand, solid pack; special per tin ...35c CASTILE SOAP-imported, 2tt> bars, regular 35c line; special per bar ............25c. lib bars, special 2 for ....................25c. VINE BRAND FRUITS-In Heavy Syrup Asserted, per case.................... $4.50 VINE BRAND VEGETABLES, Assorted, Per case............................... $3.25 JUST RECEIVED- Sweet Potatoes, 3tbs for.............. 25c Casabas Melons, each ............... 75c AT ZERO PRICES We can furnish your kitchen with modern utensils that, will . make cooking easy C. W. Gray "The store^hat saves you money" -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 127V THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. MUST BE SOLD 50 TOILET SETS Each 10 Pieces Regular Prices, $4.50 and $5.00 For the Balance of this Month, will sell for-.04 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been quite cold. Light snow has alien at many places, chiefly in Saskatchewan. FORF.CAST : Manitoba - Local snowfalls and continued decidedly cold. Saskatchewan - Very * cold, local snow has fallen "nt * many places, ! Alberta-Continued cold. Very coldt today and. on Friday. 5 CITY AND DISTRICT In Darkness Again Tim north end of Westminster road was again in darkness last evening, which caused much inconvenience to pedestrians. Y C our fedit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405 6th St S. (Dominion Block), Phone 1735 Mr. McGougan improving It will be gocd news to his many musical friends to know that Mr. A. S. McGougan, the popular tenor soloist of Knox. Church, is able to be up again after Hi's recent; accident. Mr. Shannon Returns Gage Shannon, of the Iowa Alberta Land Co., Teturned to the city yesterday, after an extended business trip to .Minneapolis, St. Paul and other centres. Transparent Glycerine Soap 1/2 lb 'Bar- .. .. 15c. I 2% 25c. This soap lathers well in any water and keeps the - skin sof....... ..... . Thel|e^�;ossDrag and Book Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT One Lonely Drunk One lone inebriate appeared in police court this morning. He dTew down tlie usual three and costs. The crop of drunks these cold days seems to be very slim. Many good prospects (ire nipped in the bud, the cold weather evidently being responsible. A VARIETY AD Wiil Save This Salary It is pointed out that the construction of the Thirteenth street subway will reiieve the city of the expense of maintaining a flagman at the crossing,, thus eliminating an expense of $1,000 per annum, so that, if the initial cost of the subway is greater, it will be a saving in the end. Phone 553 Third Avo. Girl Lost Her Purse A young' girl who has no friends in the city, and who earns her own living, lost her purse, containing �29, in the east-end. of the city on Tuesday �evening The loss represents every dollar of the;young,lady's money, and It is to be hoped that the finder will return, the pibrse. Kindly. leave at the 'Herald' office.' I ',} Ontario Cheese per tb.....20c 3tb Blue Ribbon Tea......$1.00 Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c. LIbby's Catsup, per bot.....20c 5tb tin Royal Shield Baking Powder, ____........... 70c Lyle's G. Syrup, 2fb can ... 20c B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK ... Caledonian Brand Salmon 15c. Otter Brand Red Salmon ...20c. 1 Gal. Jars of Worcester Sauce, each ____............... BOo. Tetley's Coffee, reg. price 50c now ................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3Tb tin .'.....95c. Choicest Apples per box ..$1.65 ................. $1.25 The Premium Grocery 324.11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerHlls PHONE 674 THE MAJESTIC La Feits' Souvenir Books . We are now able to supply these. They are gotten up in a most handsome manner, and are well worth securing as a souvenir of Lethbridge. Price 25c. KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel. Dispensing! Chemista Phone 1487 Court at Cardston Today Judge Winter held sittings. of the District Court at Cardston today. The docket was a ligb_t one,. consisting chiefly of one ct two small d*bt cases. Board of Trade ' As the annual meeting of the.Board cf Trade, comes tomorrow evening, the executive of the Board will, not hold its regular weekly meeting tonight. Special Rehearsal A special rehearsal of Wesley Church choir will be held in the churoh this evening. All members are requested to be on hand.at eight o'clock prompt. Maunder's "Olivet to Calvary" will be rehearsed. Masonic Meeting Tonight Lethbridge Lodge, No. 39, A.F. & A.M., hold a regular meeting at eight o'clock tonight, in the Masonic Hall, when the first degree will 'be conferred. Visiting brethren will receive a hearty welcome. IS I A Wide Pasturage The police this, morning received in-formation" that besides his high finance transactions'" in Lethbridge, Chambers, has already worked Vancouver, Calgary, Wotaakiwin, Edmonton, .Medicine Hat, Saskatoon, Regina and Moose Jaw. It is thought that h.c will- now seei; greener pastures in Uncle Sam's domain. OTTAWA'S DEFICIT IS $471,793 EQUAL TO 6>/4 MILLS' TAXATION .Ottawa, Jan. 15.-Compared with the'huge deficit -which the city coun-ciL,this, year must shoulder as a her! Mr. Harold .Curbctt, acting city treasurer, Mayor Ellis and his confreres .take, o/hce with a burden of a, j deficit .of ueaxlpi��pne-hnJf million rtol-i Will Be Unique Show lars to bear-on-their backs,-or to! T]ie ufay's' Hobby show,-which 1b be more precise,, f471,793, which inrl^jng conducted by the BoyB' depart-eludes a.-waterworks, ..overdraft . of mont of the Y. M. c. A., and which and- a-deficit in the general wiU be held in the association build-fund account of $156,399. This does j BKt week JaiJUary 23, 24 and 25, noVmcludc two: or three minor over- is gainlng in interest dally. Among 1 I thtr latest entri-as of interest is that a of printing. Yesterday all the, ap-' prentices in the job printing c/fices filled out entry foribs lor competition Letters of apology have been sent in that branch of the work. Speci-to Chief pf Police Randall of Guelph,- mens of their work will be entered We " have ' taken over the agency for these Batteries and Vibrators, made -by the Hamilton-Beach Co., of Racine, Wisconsin. . Three different styles of machines. $25.00 to $40.00 Extra applicators and dry cells. w Tiie value of these machines, in Electro-Therapeutics c a a � hardly be estimated. ' J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The ^texoCC Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 ' DOORS SHUT ON IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR DECLARES HIM TO BE GUILTY -OF MORAL TURPITUDE BUSINESS LOCALS; . Phone 668 the Messenger Service for prompt nvssageand bageage delivery. REX TRANSFER, Phone 670, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Dry 12 iuch. stove wood, ?3.00 per load. Coal, two tens for $9, CO. D. Becker & Yates. Phone 1384. .20-0 New .York, Jan. 16.-General Don Ciprianb Castro, formerly president of Venezuela, who has been detained at Ellis Island by the immigration officials for more than two weeks, yesterday was denied admission to the United States by a special boaTd of inquiry on the ground that in his examination � he . admitted "the commission of crime and felony, involving J moral turpitude." | In', .a'-statement issued by Commis-I sioner of Immigration Williams, giving-the first explanation for the detention of Castro, and setting forth .the findings of the board, it is charged' that the former president' of Ven-..ezuela^ "has committed frequent per-' jury" by pretending "to be ignorant of matters concerning which a man of his intelligence and holding the ! position: which he did, undoubtedly possese's knowledge." . Immediately after the .- announcement that he would not be permitted ! to enter the country, Castro declared j that he would appeal to the secretary of laibor arid commerce. Harold A. Content, acting for Gordon Battle, Castro's attorney, said that in the event-of Secretary Nagel upholding the bindings of the board, the case would ;be taken into the courts for a decision. THE ONLY 01J)E BEST THE RANGE THAT'S KNOWN THE WORLD OVER AS A PERFECT BAKER SAVES ON THE FUEL BILL The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. - CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE The overdraft' is equivalent to tax rate of. 6-i mills. tage.from its' immediate -predecessor,, by a number of those whQ sined a the overdraft which trie council of petition asking tor an irivestigafon �}KW was Jaced with seetcs almost, ojt certain charges, and which they 'a^-rteresbagatellc. 'itfcOtloiclpig \to-the annual civic fman-ViaL statement," made'public today bv. f say-werejibt in, 613 . THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. WlnV-Dept 1 Phone,-CIS, ft"''"