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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Convenient Place to Stay STORM DOORS Vv'ELL 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 ' C 511-: S:rec; Fhon; 7d! Maraschino | Cherries r :?>(' Box j Everybody likes tliciii \ KILLIEN'S the nursing mission Provides visiting nur.-^os tor maternity and all medical and suririoai ca?es (.except contagious diseases > and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private dut.v also provided. For further particulars apply to the .Xtirslnt; Mission \ 1114 Itli Avenue Souti:. i (Miss) A. M. Tilley. Superviss,-. \ (Missl M. A. McKay, Grad. Xurse. Miss E.W.FiImer ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY Lessons arranged at moderate .charges at MESSRS. BAWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK HOURS: 10 to 1; 2 t 0 6 For Lease Vhv prfiniriis. Ni). Ill Hlh St. ,S., lah'ly ()v.-fuiiieii by till' Lftlibridgo News, cuin-[)risiiii; bnsoinoiil 7o x '!2o fi'cl. five (ilbee.s. mid hnll or \vi)rksluip on Second story ,")o X 2."^ feet, installed tor ge.s or electricity. Tbe whole premises are exceedini^ly well liglitctl, and suitable tor onices. light inaiuifacturing o r public hnll. Steam heated tliroughout. Outsiilc entrance to basement with yard in retir. .V snap if taken at once. .VP PLY TO WILKIE & STEPHENS Hull Block Apples as Fresh as the Day of Packing at the Orchards Last Fall we iuadt> provisions for tui exolusivo Apple Storage Cellar. fluTc we have our M])ples .stored under the most favora))le eon-iliiioii-^ thus the I'lavdr and ijuality is nHONEt- droeary D�|rt. Wholaaal* Dapt. ItTt. WEAIHER Max. MIn. : : :� ; : > : ? : ? ? � : > : ? : Edmonton, snowing: . . Calgary, cloudy..... iledicine Hat. snowing Battleford, fair...... Prince .-Mbert. clear . , Swift Current, snowing Moose Jaw, snov.-ing. . j Regina. snowing .... i Qu'Appelle, clear.. .. JMinnedosa, clear .... Winnipeg, clear...... Port Arthur, clear . . Kamloops, cloudy .... Nelson........... ? . .BY INVITATION ONLY Mrs. Nellie McClung Author of "Sowing Seeds in Danny" etc.. at KNOX CHURCH Under Auspices W. C. T. U.- TO-NIGHT Vocal and Instrumental Music The committee iu charge of tixe Travellers' "hard times" doings on Saturday night, .lanuary -.'4. 1914. want it dis-tinrtly understood that patrons must present invitations at the ^door for admittance. There is pcsitiveiy uo admittance without an invitation. ;. .;. .;. .> .;. .^ .: ; 10 -11 -16 a -12 -~'2 -14 .10 S -18 4 -20 -4 -12 .08 0 -20 .04 -G _22 2 -16 _o -26 -4 -12 10 - 10 :50 .30 31 28 3S .n .21 Grand Forks...... :54 :!0 .17 The weather all over the prairie provinces has been very cold, with a few si'attered snow storms. Forecast -Alanitoba and Saskatchewan-Strong easterly winds; very cold, with light snow falls today and Friday. Alberta-Light local snow falls; becoming viiyi carry on hand a fitc^k of dry wood, cut in stoveJengths i.'..00 per iuad delivered. Phone 362. '"iii::fnr i/.:n!ber Co., Ltd., 136 16th � 268-0 The dance of the season of the -Maple Leaf Club in S. O. E. hall. We can give dry twelve inch wood for starting fires or mixed well, good blocks fcr your fireplace, for f.^.OO pei-* Roup Cures Healing Powdara Heave, Worm, Colic and DIttemper Remedlea Sheep and Cattle Dips, (AM kinda) J. D. Hifmbbthani & Co., Ltd. The ^JMtaXl Store TELEPHONE NO. $2t That .the decision on the now famous freight rates case, which is to be handed down shortly after having occupied the attention of the Board oi Railw-ay CommissionerK for over tv.-o years, will not be satisfactory to the members,of .the I'. F. A., was the forecast made at the session on Wednesday afternoon by J, R. Bower of Red Deer, first president of the organization, in speaking to a motion to adopt the report of the board of directors in which this matter was mentioned. He thought, he said, some oi the delegates might take it from the report that the decision would be satisfactory, but the indications are to the contrary. So many viewpoints have entered into the tons of evidence before the commissioners that Mr. Bower feels the requests of the U. v. A. and Vancouver Board of Trade, the two organizations responsible for launching the enquiry, would be smothered under. The Herald has it on information front a railway ofTicial closely connected with the whole case that very little change will be made in the through rates, but in many western lines reductions of from 10 to 15 per cent will be made on local freight rates. Mr. Bower in his remarks urged the farmer* not to say they were satis-fled if they were not, but to make themselves heard and carry the fight to a finish. CITY AND DISTRICT A Popular Dalagate Mr. James Weir, tho well-known farmer and political organizer of Park land, is a delegate at the big convention. Peraonal Mention I iHon. A. J. McLean, provincial treasurer, Is In the city, and attended the convention this morning. W. J. Stevens, livestock commissioner for the province. Is spending a few- days In town, a visitor to the convention. John T. Hennlnger of Welling, and L. H. Jellff o.' Haley, came In this morning from tlie south to attend tho farmers' meetings. R. Lewis, ipersonal claims agent of theC.P.R., Is in the city from Calgary. , K. Officer, travelling .passenger agent of the C.P.H., Is in the city. J. M, Cameron, divisional supenln-tendont, was a caller at the local C. P.K. office thlB momlne,. . NORTH DAKOTA FAMILY BUKNlO ' Fargo, N.D., Jan .22.-Frightful holocaust, twelve miles from Fargo, near Harwood, this morning, burned to death George Bolster, his wife and three children. Neighbors saw the fire but arrived too late to save tho building. The five bodies had fallen to the floor some distance from the beds, and it is supposed they were suffocat-eil by Bmoke while attempting to es-catie. CONNAUGHT VOICES CANADIAN GRIEF STRATHCONA'S OUTSTANDING GENEROSITY WAS TRULY MAGNIFICENT Ottawa, Jan. 21.-The Duke of Con-nauKht his sent the following cablegram; to the secretary of state for the colonics, Hon. Louis Harcourt, in reply to his message of condolence to the Canadian people :- � "Pleas.e accept expression of very deep-sympathy from Duchess of Con-natight and myself. Lowl Strathcona's loft'y Jdeal*,, his splendid patriotism The Secret of Creamy, Flaky Loaves, Light and Wholesome, IS "Our Best*' Flour Your Grocer carries it Southern Alberta Wheat Southern Albert Labor ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. SomeLethbridgePeopl( -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 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 ESTABLISHED 1873 The Standard Bank OF CANADA Paid-up Capital and Reserve .........$6,600,000 Assets over .........................$45,000,000 120 Branches throughout the Dominion IF YOU OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN OUR Savings Bank Department And make a practice of depositing weekly or on i)ay-days, a certain portion of your earnings, in a short time your account will be a source of pride to you. Try it. Lethbridge Bi-aiich, 315 likh .Street North G. B. Bletoher, Manager I as well as hi.s distinguished services , qualities his truly miignificcnt gcncr-as High Commissioner, have long been nsity was probably most outstandin.t; a source of pride and stimulus to his , and hi.s memory will ever be kept native country. | green in the Dominion as the gcncr- "Aroong Strathcona's many great ' ous man of Canada." FARMERS Call at the Hod CoriKM" Slorc. '.Yrd Avenue iSoiilli, ,'uid iiis|>ec.t tlit^ SOUVENIR CHINA Big Sna])s in ov, 10c, 15c, and 20c. rioiist'liold Article.'^ Auction 8alo on Saturday P^vening next at B p.. ni. THE RED CORNER Number 1427 gets the Set of Harness Number 1809 gets the Suit Case AT THE ALBERTA SA])DLERY CO'S DRAWTNd At the Big Detjcinber ReniovaJ Hale. Holders of these Tickets kindly call and get These Articles Free AS ADVERTISED ;