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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel (a the Best and Most Convenient F�la QUALITY GOODS AT LOW PRICES WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE STOCK OF HIGH CLASS GROCERIES AND AS WE WISH TO MOVE EVERYTHING QUICKLY WE GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF SAVING SOME MONEY. ON YQUR PURCHASES. NO. 1. CANDLED EGGS-Special, 3 doz for $1.00 NO, 1. WASHINGTON APPLES, Baldwins Roman Beauties, Wagners, Black Twigs, etc.. per case .........................-.$1.65 Or otbs. for........................---- 25c. ROWATS PICKLES, 2S Oz. 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, 3tb " 'J":- tins; special per tin..................;.. 25c. VINE BRAND PEACHES-In heavy syrup, 3lb tins; special per tin ................ 25c. VINE BRAND FRUITS-In Heavy Syrup Assorted, per case .................... $4.50 VINE BRAND VEGETABLES, Assorted, Per case............................. $3.25 5 HEINZ'S SOUR PICKLES-In bulk; special per quart ....................s for .............. 25c Casabas Melons, each............... 75c -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept 127V THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit arid Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271 MUST BE SOLD AT ZERO PRICES We can furnish your kitchen with modern utensils that will make cooking easy , G. W. Gray " The store that saves you money" We Aim to Please Everybody �'�'�' We give you a%ood, square meal in qual-ity, quantity, service and price. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1073 Manager HEDLEY'S WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR Is the Standard Remedy for Coughs This preparation is "made front a "well known recipe, but our particular formula calls for .the best ingredients obtainable and only the best is used. 25 cents per bottle at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPFOSITE DALLAS HOTEL WfiATHER Letlibridge, cloudy .. - 8 -23 Edmonton, clear ...... - 4 -1'2 Calgary, fair ... .'...... - 8 -22 Medicine Hat, clear... 0 -23 Battleford, fair ......... -12 -IS Prince Albert, clear.. - 2 -30 Swift Current, cloudy - 1 -14 .08 Moose .law, clear .... - 2 -25 Regina, fair ............. 0 -22 .10 Qu'Appelle, clear ..... - 2 -32 .30 Minnedosa, fair ....... 0 -18 .22 Winnipeg, cloudy ....... S -10 .01 Port Arthur, cloudy. 32 30 .02 Kamloops, clear ....... 14 4 Nelson ................... 30 26 .30 Penticton ....., ......... 30 32 .02 Grand Forks............ 30 18 1.10 FORECAST : All West-Fair and very cold. Saturday not -touch change. CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND DISTRICT our redit isGood THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405.6th St S. (Dominion Blocks ^ . Phpne 1735 No Band Concert No band concert will be given, on Sunday evening, and perhaps' not for some time unless the officials of the band decide otherwise. " I.O.O.F. Installation at Grassy Lake J. E.,,TerriU left this afternoon for Grassy Lake, where he will take part in the installation of officers of fio. 6 Encampment. ' � . Feast of Eloquence Macleod Advertiser: Robert Patterson, member for Macleod, and A. C. Kemmis, - member for, Pineher Creek constituency-,, addressed a Farmers' Institute meeting at Spring.Edge, last Saturday night. La Feits' Soiivenif Books We are now able,to supply these. They are gotten up in a most'handsome manner, and are wellworth securing as a souvenir of Lethbridge. ' Price 25c. T , KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES � Next Dallas Hotel- Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 Dollar Campaign Progressing The W. C. T: U. dollar'campaign is getting along in fine shape, and 'the workers are encouraged with the results so far accomplished. It Is expected that the campaigners will overtake the business section of the city very shortly.' � Approved Constitution A special committee of the Chijd-rens' Aid -society met in the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon,1 and approved of the constitution and bylaws whleh will be submitted for ratification at the next general meeting of 'the society. Transparent Glycerine Soap y2:l1) Bar .... 15c. 2Tor25e, . .This soap- lathers -well in, .any water* iud keeps the skin soft.. ' . i The%d Cross Drug and Ltd. PHarte 555\' f x-^hlrd Ava An Unauthorized Statement Mr. J. Bawden today expressed surprise at the publication in a contemporary of a statement that he was withdrawing as a candidate for the chairmanship of the � Retail section of the Board '.of Trade, Mr. Buwden was not consulted about the item. Ho has not withdrawn, and so farvas he is concerned the act'on of the Retail Merchants association stands. . Oddfellows Doing Duty . A report. has been current in the Diamond City neighborhood that the Oddfellqws have hot been looking prorierly. after the welfare of the Mc-Elroy family,' whose hornc has been so sadly stricken with scarlet fever. The "Herald was informed today by an official of the I.O.O.F. that such a report is far from being correct, as-.the kOddfello'tt. arc doing everything in their power to assist in relieving the-distress of the sufferers.; Each 10 Pieces Regular Prices, $4.50 and $5.00. For the Balance of this Month, will sell for- $3.50 and $3.75 ALL OTHER LINES OF CROCKERY AT 20% DISCOUNT FOR BALANCE OF THE MONTH THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. A VARIETY AD 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 ................... 50c. Tetley's Coffee, reg; price 50c now '................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3th tin ...... 95c. Choicest Apples per'box . .$1.65 ...................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 824-Hth St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terr Mis PHONE 674 UNEARIHlNfi LOOT IN GAUGIAN DIVES WINNIPEG POLICE ARE MAKING SOME SENSATIONAL FINDS IN PRIVATE HOUSES '."Winnipeg, Jan. 17.-Sensational as 'l/fyave 'been the discoveries of loot ^stored :in::sever,al houses belonging to 'VjGJaljgi^ns!^! the florin, so.uth and west ii,>'.C'bfrjaie city, tl'ey pale beside the lat-%/,'iVf�?t>tni'|ioyer the police. Yes-' �'i.;-v#tei;toy;;'ii'.,*P.uee was located in Fort 4m\v tylty l)rIvate Property Stored in it to the value of hundreds of dollars. Some of jt has been identified by Mrs. Morton, of Gerard street; who lost a valuable amount of jewelry some days ago.' The houso was looted lu broad day light; tor the thieves entered in the afternoon', and ^secured a valuable bag. ' It the, perpetrators of these  rpbbSTie^'^ate'v'inettjil^r8 of the Galleian gang, some;, of wh-ora are now in jail, having, already 'appeared in court and been-remanded, the existence of at gang of second-storey men has been  discovered. Niagara Falls Liberals passed a- resolution calling-for a referendum" on the naval' policy.* chines. ,$25.00to $40.00 Extra appHS^tors and dry cells. j,- ,ji The value of these machines in Electro-Therapeutics can hardly be estimated. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The *R&xa�Z Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 . Send-Off to New Benedict? .Charles Flynn, who" has been for the past.-one- and a halt years- book-'jieepe'r''at the .Arlington Hotel, 'was laBt evening, ion the-occasion of his jolnijig the  ranks of vthe benedicts, presented by the employees. of the Arlington Hotel, with a handsome travelling .bag. and a. case of silverware Tor ,his:vbride. Proprietor Packard, on .behalf the employees, made the presentation, and wished Mr. Flynn happiness and long life la his' matrimonial- venture. After the, presentation an excellent sapper was served, followed by a dance, iu which some forty-odd guests took part. The boys ..gave the'newly married man and'hi?, bride a warm welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn,.left this afternoon for Vancouver, where they will make their future home. To Visit the Hat In response to an invitation from the business men of Medicine Hat, the Calgary board of trade are ar-. ranging an excirrsion to that clity for business, men. Any business - man in Calgary is welcome to Join this ex-division party, the exact date of which'will be announced in a day or two. The approximate cost will be about ?12.00' exclusive of meal3. It Is planned to spend one day In the �Hat-, so-jthaj inen .-will rtdt .be away trqm Ltheir bU6is�#aes ' for any: lengthy .peSod,  *  . --.V * JAMES PERRY, 1 AGED 24, CONFESSES TO SERIES OF DESPERATE CRIMES Chicago, Jan.: 17.--Admission by James A. Perry to detectives here today that he shoij Policeman Sticken and Charles Sherman, a' restaurant keeper, and tobk part inr more than a score of robberies, led'the police to believe that he'is one of the leaders of the automobile bandits, who have been 30 active In Chicago recently. Perry;. 'who,_ is 24 years old, was captured with three women and a man, said by Perry, to be Robert Webb, a pardoned convict frpm Pon-tiac, 111." They were arrested in a South Side f lat A "third man escaped.   --� - , l � . � -' Perry, when take'n to a police. station, .is said to'have made a full confession, except that he refused to name.>his accomplices. ! , . Board of Trade Tonight The Board of Trade annual meeting comes off tonight, and will be one of the most Important that organization has held for years. Besides the election of officers, the meeting will dlspuss the proposed amalgamation j of.the.Board with the Business Men's; association,'and the policy of the am algamated organization for the coming year will be threshed out. Trade matters alone is the slogan' of the Board for ,1913, and the City Council will have to bear the brunt of the fight for new railways and new industries. W. C. Ives is slated for the presidency, while the business men will unite only on the understanding that their own secretary, D. J, Hay, will be the new secretary, vice J. L-Manwaring, resigned.' H, A." McKll-lop and A. B. Stafford are both mentioned, for the vice-presidency. THE ONLY: ONE BEST _L_... THE RANGE UMAX'S KNOWN THE WORLD OVER AS A PERFECT BAKER SAVES ON THE FUEL .BILL The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 5th 3T. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE IS It begins to look as ff there will be in the ne ghborhood of $300,01)0 .spent in new buildings in North Leth-j bridge this year is a result of the; erection ol the new C.P.R., .freight | sheds which will cost, a considerable sum 'alone. One prominent:', contractor is optimistic'over the building; prospects and cannot see anything>->ut a pronounced leap forward in the development of the north , side of the city. It is conceded that the time has arrived when both'' s'des of the city should unite more than ever in the development of Lethbridge for 1913.' �� STOVE SPECIAt PRICE $6.50 EACH 326-fith Street South PHONE 675 Lethbridere P. O. BOX 27 BUSINESS LOCALS v Phone 066 the Messenger Service, lot pro'.Tipt me�sa*c andT>ag^age delivery REX TRANSFER, Phtme C70, office Alta> Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel " Dry 12 inch stove wood, $3.00 per load/ � Coal, two tons for ?D,: C.O. IX BecHer'Yates. Phone i884, , j 20-0 INVALID PORTS ! WINE DEPARTMENT '� VICE REGAL-A fare old full bodied Avine and a, splendid, tonic Per bottle ...------...............................$1,50 OLD LODp^-j-A very old, tawney Port of great age, per bot. $1:26 The wiil'esi 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 '* ,Jf'** 31 ;