Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAIN* Hotel Windsor BMt $1.25 a Day HoUl In Alberta ETHBRIDGE jY HERALD WHEN IN LETH3RIDGE The Dallas Hotel la the Bost and Moat Convei* lent Place to Stay SAD Special Reduced Prices on Our Surplus Stock Wo buvo at present a very lavge stock of High Class Groceries, in fact too large and in order to move it quickly we offer you some extraordinary low price? on these goods. Remember everything wo sell is guaranteed First Class. H0.S7 CARDS Our Irons -tire made to hold the heat, and thus enable you to do good work without burning yourself or the clothes. Our ironing boards are adjustable to different sizes, are strong, fold into small spaces and afford every convenience and facility for good wock. C. W. GRAY u The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 JAMS AND JELLIES CLIMAX BRAND-iitb pails. Raspberry and Strawberry Jam and Red Currant Jelly, special per tin ..................60 cents WHiTE STAR BRAND-5tb patls assorted Strawberry, and Apple; Raspberry and Apple, etc.. Special per pail .. .:................. 55 cents CHIVER'S GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE pails, called -is, but are the same size as Was-staffe's and other makes called 5s, Raspberry and Strawberry, per pail ........... 85 cents Black Currant, per pail ............ 90 cents MARMALADE-Per pail.............65 cents 16 oz. glass. Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, each"..................... 30 cents Marmalade, each ____'................25 cencs MISCELLANEOUS PIE PEACHES-Vine brand, 2^ Id tins, peeled, special per tin.......................15 cents PIE APPLES, Vine brand 2% tins, special two Has for.............................' 25 cents WHOLE RED BEETS, Vine brand, 2V2 lb tins; Special, per tin..................... 15 cencs CHRISTIE'S FRUIT CAKE-Special per lb 25c. NO. 1 WASHINGTON APPLES-All sound and as good as the day they were packed. Your choice of the best varieties and sizes, at per case ................................ $1X5 Of 5ms for.........................25 cents GREENINGS-A few cases, small sizes at per case.................................$1.50 -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 529 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271; WEATHER A GOOD MEAL One that"will make yousniile with delight can easilv be had if vou dine here. *� a-1 THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE Minnedosa, clear Winnipeg, clear.. Port ArthuT, clear Kamloops, cloudy Nelson........ - 6 -10 .20 -16 -22 -20 .02 .04 THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Manager ARE YOUR HENS LAYING ? r: IF NOT, /WHY NOT? .-' We carry Poultry Supplies and recommend. PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR Also Zenoleum as a disinfectant. "We carry it in all sizes. Try Zenoleum Lice-Killer. The Frank Hadley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Lethbrldge, cloudy 36 1 Edmonton, snowing . - 2 - 6 Calgary, fair...... 34 18 Medicine Hat, cloudy 32-2 Battleford. clear.. ..-10 -23 Prince Albert, cloudy -28 Swift Current, clear... 18 Moose Jaw, cloudy.. - I Regina, fair........- 6 Qu'Appelle, clear ... -10 -12 -12 -IS IS -12 2G ......... 25 IS Penticton........ 28 10 .04 Grand Forks...... 23 11 .37 The weather throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan has continued quite cold, with light snow at a few points. In Alberta ii has been much milder. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan - Fair and decidedly cold. Alberta-Light local snow, but mostly fair. .04 CITY AND DISTRICT Supreme Court Chief Justice Harvey will hold a special sittings of the'Supreme Court here ou Monday next, January 27, when .the case of Hardie vs. Diamond Coal Co. may be heard. District Court Judge Winter, in the District Court today, gave judgment in favor of the plaintiff for $176.25 and costs in the action of Hague and Hague vs Plicks. The amount sued for was ifl? respect of a claim for balance of wages. tin] Furniture4 Credit YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Phone 1735 1THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th St'S, (Dominion Block) Band Concert ...The City Band will give a. concert in the Morris Theatre on Sunday evening, for which Mr. Cline has arranged ah attractive programme. No more -rowdyism will be tolerated- at these... concerts, the officials of the band' having decided to watch this. Haggis th' Nicht Scotchmen and their friends will cat haggis this evening in the K. P. Hall, in honor of the poet BurnB. A glance at the menu and toast list is an indication that the event will be a memorable one. FREE Saturday Only With every purchase of 50c or. over of Drugs we will give a JAB OF GOLD FISH FREE " Only a limited number - The Red Cms Drug and BookXCo*. Ltd* 'i ** � Phono 555 Third Ave. FORESTERS HELD SOCIAL EVENING CANADIAN ORDER FLOURISHING AND LATEST DEPARTURE IS PROVING VERY POPULAR WINE DEPT. H. B. Go's Old Jamaica Rum- ect and sold at full strength! Quart ...... . ...... -Imported dir-Per Imperial Wine Dept. Phone 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Wine. Dept. Phone 613 Labor Council Officers The annual meeting of the Trades and Labor Council was h?ld last night, when the following officers were elected: President, W. Alford; vice-president, G. H. Harris; secretary-treasurer, h.- Moore; sergeant-at-arms, Mr. Cox. General regret was expressed at the death of Mr. McCambly, and a' floral tribute will be sent. The members of the council and of affiliated bodies were urged to attend the funeral as a tribute of respect. COWLEY LODGE SOE. SONS OP ENGLAND HAD BIG TURN-OUT-FRED ROBINS OFFICIATED J.D.HIGINB0THAM &C0. LIMITED Family & Dispensing Chemist* Rexall Baby Laxative A mild and gentle laxative for the baby. Entirely *f�e$Tyrom drastic drugs or narcotfjjs. *, �* 25c pei'bottle J. D. HigMbotham & Co., Ltd. The local Court of the Canadian Order of Foresters held a very enjoyable social evening on the K. oi P. hall last evening. Judging from the crowd in attendance this form o* entertainment that the order intends putting 0n at, their last regular meeting everV month will be greatly appreciated by members of the order and their friends. The hall was itaxed to its capacity, over one hun-jdred members being present. ; The chair was ably occupied by the ! j Chief � Ranger of the" Court, .las. Kel-| las, who delivered a very appropriate I opening address, and Andrew Neidig, | who spoke; on the principles and advantages oF the order. The program was opened by a piano solo rendered by R. Needs,' selections also being given, by the following: JR. BrooVs. j gramophone ; Mr. Taylor, sows , Mr. | Anderson, accordion ; Mr. Mcldco, songs; A. Norman, "Chinese- violin 1 string" ; W. Norman, bone, selections, all of which were heartily received and appreciated. The announcement was made by the chairman that Thursday evening, Feb 13, would be devoted to entertainment, when ladies will be invited also. The leading feature on the pro-, gram for'that evening will be a debate by members of the order on the "Destructive Properties of Fire and Water." The contesting teams will be captained by J as. Kellas and Andrew Neidig, assisted by E. Crad- j dock, T. C. Ridpath, J. Smith, R. j Taylor, jr. The judges will be T. J. Jucjson, Hugh Taylor and J. Levitt. This is expected to be a very interesting debate by reason of the fact that several of the debaters are prize winners on this subject. ST. BUSINESS LOCALB AHAIRBRUSH SPECIAL SIX DOZEN HAIR BRUSHES ON SALE SATURDAY Cents Each �'� good bristle. 7o Every hair brush guaranteed solid back and ^ member Saturday only. Re- KENNY & ALLIN d ''iff THE DETIG Next Dallas Hotel. -BQOK'STORE DiBpenslng'Chemlstr Phone 1487 Cowley, Jan. 24.-The annua] installation of officers of Lodge Western Star, No. 311, .Sons of England Benefit Society, was held in the lodge room last night, the ceremony being conducted by District Deputy F. T. Robins, of Lethbrldge, when the following .officers were Installed: Past president, A. H. Baines; presi dent, J. Bird; vice-president, J. P Freeman; chaplain, Rev. W. R. Simpson; secretary-treasurer, E. B. Thompson; first guide, A. H. Freeman; second guide, C. H. Fordyce; inside guard, G. Baker; outside guard, H. W. Pavey; auditors, A. Freeman and G. Baker. . ' At.. the . close of the meeting - the �brethren sat down to a. light, supper provided by the members of the lodge following which, songs were contributed by Bros.i; J.._ Freeman. - Sinipson,-Bird, Thompson, Baker, Payey, A. Phone 666 the Me&sengev Servico for pro\i\pt message and baggage delivery. REX TRANSFER, Phone 670,.office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldalo lioti?! Dry 12 inch stove wood, $3.00 per load. Coal, two tons for ?9, C. O. D. Becker & Yates. Phone i384. .20-0 During Mr.-O'Reilley's absence all phone orders for his coal and tran^ fer business will be taken at M. L. ^Peck's. Phone 71f). L. Godfrey. 36-6 The Dominion Government -now supplies rpostage stamps in coils for use. with, stamp affixing machines. This makes practical the adoption of the demonstrated success the Canadian made MULTIPOST STAMP AFFIXER AND ACCOUNTANT that contains safely locked, a roll of 500 stamps and affixes them to mail matter of any size at double ordinary speed,..with an operation similar to using a dating stamp: It counts and registers every stamp used; it is instantly locked against use or theft at any time; light, handsome, strong, durable, accurate., ?25.00 delivered. Want salesmen everywhere in Alberta and B. C. Frank L. King, New Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C, dealer. ad. 36-6 In spite of the stormy nature oi the weather last evening, a large congregation gathered in St. Mary's church on the occasion Of the dedicatory service conducted by Bishop Pirikham of Calgary, who had assisting him several members of the rural deanery at present meetmg. here. J^"^ The venerable Bishop chose for his text the 7th verse from the 84th Psaltn\ "They will go from strength to ' strength and unto the God of Gods appearing every one of them in y.inu." He prefaced his sermon by expressingv great pleasure at being present along with . so many other clergymen atxsuch a ceremony. II) pointed out that he had officiated in similar scrvicesXin the old church and that only recently he had taken part in a confirmation -service in the old building. Bishop Kinkham praised highly the enterprisk of the officials rtnd congregation in\ accomplishing such work, and. said ' ttkrt he had no fear as to their ability ^sc; meet all obligations. . He aiBp>cott tin......95c. Choicest Apples per box ..$1.65 ...........................$1.25 The Premium Grocery S2*-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE E74 HALF PRICE! HALF PRICE! During' stock-taking we found tli^ese goods slightly damaged and to keep our stock up-io date, we are offering'tliem 'at half original price. , , , < Cook Pots, Disli Pans, Kneading Pans, Kettles, etc., .Graniteware of all kinds. 50 PER CENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326-6th Street South PHONE 575 jLethbridge P. O, BOX 27 8tokeley Goes to Edmonton Edwin Stokeley, whose death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment, 'was brought into the Mounted Police Barracks from the provincial jail .last evening, and left on the sev^ o'clock train ,this morning for Wd-monton; where he will begin to serve 'his long'sentence. The prisoner was in charge of Sergt. Venus. A GLASS OF "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEERJ PURE, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS YOU WILL FIND NO MORE REFRESHING,! NO MORE HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE 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 AMI MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 '