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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel la the Best arid Most Conv�� lent Place to Stay 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 YOUR PURCHASES. NO. 1. CANDLED EGGS-Special, 3 doz for $1.00 NO. 1. WASHINGTON APPLES, Baldwins lloman Beauties, Wagners, Black Twigs, etc., per case......................... $1.65 Or "ilbs. for.......................... 25c. 30WATS PICKLES, 3S Oz. bottles; reg- ' ular 10c Hue, special each................ 25c STEPHEN'S PICKLES, In gallon bottles. Wine measure; special per bottle........ 55c. VINE BRAND PEARS-In heavy ,syrup, 3tt> tins; special per tin ..................... 25c. VINE BRAND PEACHES-Iu heavy syrup, Sit) tins; special per tin................25c. VINE BRAND FRUITS-In Heavy Syrup Assorted, per case................$4.50 VINE BRAND VEGETABLES, Assorted, Per case.................... .. $3.25 HEINZ'S SOUR PICKLES-In bulk; special per quart.......,'.........:----.......20c. HEINZ'S OR LIBBY'S DILL PICKLES- Special per dozen.......................20c. HEINZ'S PORK 1 AND BEANS-lib tins; Special two for...........................25c SIMCOE PORK AND BEANS-lib tins, Special four tins for............25c. WHOLE BEETS-In tins, Vine Brand; Special, per tin..........................15c. CASTILE SOAP-Imported, 21b bars, regular Sue line; spectal per bar ............25c. lib bars, special 2 for ....................25c. 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.that saves you money" -PHONE Grocery Dept. 925 Wholesale Dept. 1271. i THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail We Aim to Please Everybody We give you a good, square mg'al in quality,, quantity,, service jaice. . ---~- ---- THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 - . - Manager --PHONES- Grocery Dept.' 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER SEDLEY'S WHITE PINE COUGH SYRIJP WITH TAR Is the Standard Remedy for Coughs ...... This preparation is made from 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 Krug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL-. Lethbridge, snowing . - n -20 Edmonton, cloudv ... ~ i -20 Calgary, cloudy ........ -10 -22 Medicine Hat, fair ^v 2 -18 Prince. Albert,. cloudy -20 Moose Jaw, cloudy .. -8-13 Retina, clear......... -10 15 AVinnipeg, fair......... -1.0 -2? Port Arthur, fair .... 36 6* Nelson ...... ...... ........ 29 25 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued very cold the maximum temperatures being Several degrees below zero. FORECAST: All West-Continued very cold today and on Sunday with few light local snowfalls or flurries. CITY AND DISTRICT .02 .03 .02j .04: .-30 Bought the Machinery E. Regimbal returned yesterday from Minneapolis, where he purchased a full equipment of up-to-date machinery for the new creamery to be eTected in the city.; Charter Gone to Edmonton 'The new city charter'"has been fbirwardedf to Edmonton, and will be in plenty of time;to go through the formalities before the opening of the legislature next month. City Solicitor Ball said this morning he belier-ed the charter was In fairly good shape, and will go through the House with but a few miner changes. ' - Great SOAP Bargain Transparent Glycerine Soap % lb-Bar �15c. 2 for 25c. �- v  This soap-lathers well in any water and keeps the skin, goft. _____.. . .. The Rejlp rps Drug and|oo^?QrLtd. Pftorta 555 Third Ave. i Your Credit is Good THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th St. S. (Dominion Block); Phone 1738 INVALID PORTS WINE DEPARTMENT ' VlCE REGAL-A rare old full bodied winet, and a splendid tonic Per bottle $1.50 OLD LODGE-A very old tawney. Port of great age, perbot, $1.25 The wines are bottled in Spain under the company's own seal and guaranteed by them to be of t^ie .finest vintage. .sWINCARNIS-The best medicated wine, per bottle ....,.'..,>; $i;oo Wine Oept. Phone" 613 ; THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. 'Wine Dept. Phone 613 District Court The following- is 'the list pf cases for the sittings of the District Court on Tuesday, January 21:  Swing vs. Keller; Garry vs. Kas-pare; Alberta _Loan and Investment Co. vs. Huston and Hutton; Holt vs. Barons School District; West Supply Co. vs. Golden West Coal Co.; Pioneer Lumber Co. vs. Reed; Rogers Cunningham Lumber Co. vs. King; Pioneer Lumber Co. vs. Rudd; New Barnes Coal Co. vs. Scott; Macqueen vs. Noble; Citizens' Lumber Co. vs. Wilsie; Pearson vs. Clark; :Bank of Toronto vs.!Jones etal. CITY AND DISTRICT Boys' Sunday Club All boys over twelve years of age are reminded of. the meeting of the Beys* Sunday Club in the Y. M. C. A., tomorrow, Sunday, afternoon at 4.15. Where Is the Snow Plough? Car service in North Lethbridge this forenoon was again demoralized on account of the track being snowbound. Criminal Cases Monday H. Kilburn, accused of the charge of unlawfully using firearms and attempting to kill at Kipp Post Office recently, &k& Frank Bearr; accused of horse stealing will come up before Judge Winter in the District Court on Monday Mr. Hillerid Better Today . Oscar Hillerid, who met with a severe accident yesterday afternoon, while throwing out a stove in a house on Seventh street, is.feeling easier today. It appears that Mr. Hillerid ascertained a fracture of the leg and (^injuries, tq his arms. The injuries did hot prove to be as serious as was at firsjt thought. .'. Dismissed From Custody C. A. Van Hamert, who was arrested last week on a charge of uttering worthless cheques, was :freed from custody this! morning, and -.left immediately for his hpme at Altorado, where his -wife is very ill. It appears that the trouble was caused by the manager of the real estate firm for which Van Hamert works, being absent from his office in Nelson, and a draft put through from Lethbridge was not taken.-up.. However,; on his return the manager covered, the draft and the charges^fcere were withdrawn on payment of the cheques -in question. - ��/;.. Winter's Instant Cough Cure , -is a Nyal Preparation ajid one that stands upon its merits". Guar-\ anted; to do-all we! claim for-it. '�� ' ' V4 " An'^al rfmedy for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis'and all affectations'of Throat and lungs. 25c and 50c a Bcitle at KENNY & ALUN 4(S�tQaJlas hfetfil, ' DIsDenslhg! Cttemist*', / Phone 1487 f^?�2sfi \ -i , * s-t / Married at Lakefield A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Presbyterian ,Manse, Lindsay, on January 1,: 1913,';;at five o'clock, when Mr. F. C, Marshall, R. N. W. M. P., Macleod,  Alta.,. and .Miss Lyla A. Magee, daughter of John. W. Ma-gee, of Lindsay, weres united In marriage by. R*vl J. Wallace. The bride looked charming in .her. travelling suit. of tailored navy blue serge, and was attended by her sister, Miss Viola Magee, ofCC Store TELEPHONE NO> 322 Power Maintenance Supt. Reid's lecture at the Y.; M. C. A. last evening on "The Maintenance of Power Houses," attracted a large gathering, of electrical enthusiasts who followed Mr. Reid's remarks with close interest. Mr. Reid significantly in referring to the industrial question at present under consideration in the city, expressed the opinion that adequate electrical'power could be generated to take care of any industries which might locate here. COWLEY RATEPAYERS EVIDENTLY WANT-EC) A CHANGE'-FRED BROU-LETTE MET BAD END .'4' I PRESENT MISSIONARY OFFERINGS INADEQUATE TO NEEDS OF PRESSING WORK Macleod, Jan,r |8.-A*; special session of the? Me|h|)disfc'financial district was heldvltere Friday,/Rev. T. C. Buchanan, Superintendent of mis- , , . , .ju,, . , . s:ons, being present. Rev. J, W. many friends, and *ill spend a few,niirriso ciaresholm, chairman of .. f - , days in Toronto, Winning,and Cal- jthe district presided. A lengthy dis- Sf fou? ye.ars ago for gary, en route-for their future home 1 � Cowley, Jan. 16.-The election oi c.ouncillors for 1813 took place on Monday, resulting in favor of D. R. Mclvor, J. Kcan and H. W. Pettit, the.first named heaiding the poll. This is an entirely new council to the one that had the running 0f the town for 1912. Everyone seems satisfied and it is hoped no one will be disappointed. . Two new trustees were elected to fill vacancies in the Cowley School District No. 373. H. W. Pettit and ( M. A. Murphy were the choice of the ratepayers. The date of organization of a local branch of the Loyal Orange association has been postponed from January 22nd until January 29th. W- C. Robinson and D. R. Mclvor were business visitors to Calgary this week. The Women's Institute will meet in 'the Presbyterian church on Saturday, January 18th; A cordial invitation is cxtsnded to all ladies in the district. Word has reached town that Frod Broulette paid the death penalty by hangiiig-fpr a crime-committed in thu :State of Washington, U.S.A. lu'ou-lette was born and raised hero. About eight years ago he was arrested while trying to get away fro;n. here with a bunch of horses. He serv-th'.s. oSence. MUST BE SOLD 50 TOILET SETS Each 10 Pieces Regular Pricey, ,$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 tt>.....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, 2Tb 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, 3tb tin ...... 95c. Choicest Apples per box . .$1.65 .......................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery S24-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite TerHlls PHONE C74 SPECIAL STOVE S^ PRICE $6.50 EACH 326-6th Street South PHONE 675 jLethbridge 9. O. BOX * 27 in Macleod, Alta.-News. -Lakefield (Onti) BUSINESS LOCALS cusslon took places to the shortage J'^f y!f his lmng by foot- in. the missionary funds which makes ^T"sh �"s distwt, aft-r it, practmally impossible to man thE ^'cI+l, he' *e.nI. to > 'States. This fields. It vvastsuggested that each ^ * f thlrd,tlnie he has char6- congregation te: asked to. increase ed Wlth lnur(ler' Phone 6CB the Meosenger Service t6r pro'iiptrn'-'ssaee and bageaee deliverv ; REX T9.A#SEgBR, Phone 070, office raneements made. Alta. Saddlery, c-joposite Ooaldale hotel f � 1 �. ^i. , Dry 12".inch atovo -(yood, $3.00 peri- V ' " load. Coal, two tons for |9, CO. D. I � Ouelph- has .- disposed of Becker A �f*;> also dealb with arid satisfactory ar- ,,is wrist 38 a resuU of ��PPi"& T* $52,000 falling on icy pavements at Goderich. Albert AlcCorhilclc, a young farmor of Mineral Springs, OnC, shot himself [three times and may. die. A lovo affair; is tho supposed cause. A GLASS OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER PURE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS YOU WILL FIND NO MORE REFRESHING, NO MORE HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE ':.^,.r THAN THIS � THE QUALITY OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER IS INIMITABLE^ BECAUSE IT IS BREWED BY A PROCESS PECULIARLY OUR OWN. COMPETITORS CANNOT DUPLICATE THE RICH, DELICATE FLAVOR THAT BELONGS TO THIS BEER ALONE IF YOU WANT THE BEST OF BEER, 'BE SURE IT'S ALBERTA'S PRIDE" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALf ING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 45 ;