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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SAB IRONS uses Our Irons are 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 aEord every convenience and facility for good work. ' - C. W.GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 31c Sth Street Phone 761 A . One that will, make you smile with delight can easily be had if vou- dine here. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Manager ARE YOUR HEMS LAYING ? IF NOT, WHY NOT* We carry Poultry Supplies and recommend s PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR Also Zenolenm as a disinfectant. We carry it in all sizes. Try Zenoleum Lice Killer. The Frank Medl^ Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL IS GOOD THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th 8t S. {Dominion Block) mm dept. ) H. B. Co?s Old Jkn^aica Rum-Imported dir ; ;ect and sold at f nil.-..Hrength. Per Imperia i , Quart . .�'.�:'�..{........ ,>v.... ial $1.50 Wm'MwmM co. Wine Qept Phone 613 mm BSUlHSPECIAL c*#�;f)5^Sl^DOZEN HAIR BRUSHES ON.SALE SATURDAY cents & ;. . Re- WfflB&&&&............. Dlnoensrna.Cherialsjs Phone 1487 surplus We have at present a verv largo stock of High Class Groceries, in fact too large and in order to move it quickly we offer you some extraordinary low prices on those goods. Remember everything we sell is guaranteed First Class. > JAMS AND JELLIES CLIMAX BRAND-otb pa'.ls, Raspberry and Strawberry Jam and Red Curraut Jelly, special per tin........................ 60 cents WHITE STAR BRAND-5tb pails assorted Strawberry and Apple; Raspberry and Apple, etc., Special per pail.................... 55 cents CHIVER'S GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE pails, called Is, but are the snme size as Wag-staffe's and other makes called 5s, Raspberry and Strawberry, .per pail Black Currant, per pail . MARMALADE-Per pall .... 85 cents T."..... 90 cent6 .......65 cents 16 qt.. glass, Strawberry. Raspberry and Black 0arrant, each 30 cents .Marmalade, each ....................25 cencs MISCELLANEOUS PIE PEACHES-Vine brand, 2y2 lb tins, peeled, special per tin .......................15 cents PIE APPLES, Vine brand 2^2 tins, special two tins for ............................. 25 cents WHOLE RED BEETS, Vine brand, 2% lb tins; Special, per tin..................... 15 cents 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 tho best varieties and sties, at per case................................ $1.C5 Of nibs tor.........................25 cents GREENINGS-A few cases, small sizes at per case .................................$1.50 -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 523 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail  PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER � '13 .13 - 6 1 13 ti 3D �IS 35 33 - 3 31 44 - 6 -A 9 -16 31 40 - 3 -16 25 16 -12 31 32 .02 .45 .03 .40 -10 -10 Lethbridge, cloudy ., Edmonton, cloudy Battleford, cloudy ... Regina, cloudy ...... Port Arthur, cloudy Grand Forks ...... .... Medicine H-at, fair .. Moose Jaw, fait ..... Winnipeg, cloudy ..... Penticton .............. Swift Current ........ Minnedosa, cloudy ... Nelson .................. Calgary, fair ........ Prince Albert, clear. Cold weather he* continued in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, though it has moderated. In Alberta it has been, quite mild. FORECAST : Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northern Alberta, a few light local snow flurries, but mostly fair with higher temperature. Southern Alberta-Generally fair and cold. CITY AND DISTRICT* Working Men, Attention 1 You are invited to hear a lecture given by Jones Gott and ChaTles Bon-netty, organizers for the United Mine Workers of America, at the Monarch Theatre, North Lethbridge, on Sunday, January 2G, at 8 p.m. New Town Clerk Mr. George Simpson, who* has been an exceptionally efficient officer for years, has resigned as town cterk of Claresholm, and Councillor J. Reynolds has been appointed at a salary of $1000 a year. This necessitates'-a civic ..bye-election. Progressive Taber p: Taber Town Council is submitting bylaws to raise ",$4000 to institute a civig hospital; Sil.OOO to construct granolithic sidewalks.; $15,000 to erect a town hall; $3000 to establish parks; $4000 for" plank walks, and $3000 for street grading, or'$40,000 in all. 1 ~ Pratt' Food We are agents' for the celebrated PRATT' STOCK FOOD. Pratt's Animal Regulator- 3 sizes____. 50c, 75c $1.00 Pratt's Condition Powders-two sizes ..... 25c and 50c Pratt's Poultry Regulator- �two sizes ....... 25c and 50c Ask for " one of Pratt's-Handy Booklets. "Things,you ought to.know." The J&prbss Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 Third Ave. .^TTORE Boys' Hobby Show-There was anq>ther;bigjand delighted crowd at the' Boys'^Hoj)py Sb,ow at the Y. M. C. A. last riight. Business was booming. Tlj^r.a wa's at. matin�e performance this jaffc'ernbon," and tonight there will be the-'closing. If you have missed, it go tonight.' . Taber's Gas .Well "V Taber Times: Another tie-up in drilling at the inunicipal gas well was reported atthe,: regular' meeting of the council on Tuesday evening. The company drillers, at a depth of 1900 iteet in their' new''drilling, have struck a big cavity,/�nd. thel drill has struck the old hole, which has become plugged up. It will now-'be necessary to put down double casing from, the 60-foot level. The council . decided that this should be proceeded with at once. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 the Messenger Service lor pro'Jipt message and baggage delivery. Court Star A. O. F. will hold a straight dance on the 31st of thia month in S. O. E. 'hall. ' REX TRANSFER, Phone G70, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Dry 12 inch stove wood, $3.00 per load., , Coal, two tons for $9, C. 0. D. Becker & Yates. Phone 13S4. 20-0 During Mi-. O'Rellley's absence all phone orders for his coal and transfer business will be taken at M. L. Peck's. Phone 716. LV Godfrey. 3G-6 The Dominion Government -now aupplieB postage stamps in coll3 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 mall 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 looked against use or theft at any time; light, handsome, strojig, durable, accurate. $25.00 delivered: Want salesmen, everywhere  in Alberta and B. C. Frank'b. King, Now Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver. b C. dealer. ....."'.------ad. 38-6 PHONE 'j.b.HIGINBOTHAM &C0; LIMITED Family ama^ teur operatic and; dramatic qocU'ty. Every music lover-ls invited.' .!�,.' v,. The family remedyvtot Coush� und-Oeliaf "Shllah ccstt �o JBttle *a>�t�j>.v CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor Indisposed .Mayor Hardie was not in his office this morning, being confined to his house with a cold. Rain in January , A slight drizzle of rain fell for a few minutes this morning. Rain on January 25 is a new record. Boys' Sunday Club The meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club in the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 4.16 will be addressed by Mr. S. S. Dunham. In New Offices The car barns of the Lethbridge Municipal Railway are completed, and this morning the accounting department was removed from the City Hall to their new offices in the barns.  Their China Wedding Claresholm Methodists presented Rev. J. M. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison with a set of Limoges china dishes In .honor of the thirty-fifth anniversary" of their marriage. Story Was Not.True The story sent out from Cowley recently that a man named Bronillet had been hanged. at Walla Walla., Wash., is declared by the Pincher Creek Echo to be untrue. Looks Good to Them B. B. McCarty arrived back In the city yesterday from an extended trip to Toronto and other eastern cities. Mr. McCarty states that several people from Ingersoll and London are coming to Lethbridge this spring for the purpose of making their home here. Bright Outlook D. DavtLs, representing the Cas-sidy Co., of Montreal, is in the city today on his annual business trip. He says the outlook for a prosperous year's business in the West is very bright. \ CRYSTAL LAKE * Crystal ' Lake, Jan. 24.-The annual meeting of the Crystal Lake school ratepayers was held at the school on January 11. All the trustees were present, and the following reports were read and approved by the ratepayers: The teacher's report, trustees', treasurer's, auditor's and inspector's. Chas.' Glaspey, who has been chairman for two years was rie-elected by acclamation. There are about twenty scholars enrolled. The Ladies' Aid will not meet again until warmer weather. Miss jNaocni Gould waited with friends south of Lethbridge last Week. . Mr. Glaspey has been sick with la grippe for a few days, but has recovered now. Miss Pearl Ingram aiid Mr. J. B. Maitland, of Sundial, visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ingram last week'. BANFF WATER TO HAVE DOMINION-WIDE SALE For a good many years it has been felt that the west should have some direct means of producing pure water other than those bottled brands shipped from Eastern Canada and the States. Most of the larger Western cities have experienced difficulty in obtaining a water supply for general use even, which is. not contaminated. With these facts in view a now company has been organized, known as the Banff Lithia Water Company, Limited, and it is their intention to commence activities lit their new plant in Banff early this sumtnsr. This company .will bottle Banff SpringB water and by-products, and thoir location in Canada's National park will certainly add' prestige to their name throughout Canada and tho United States, wher^ ' they propose to. market their wafers, The optimistic directors of the' corypany anticipate a big demand, and are preparing to meet it,in a very capablo way. E. R. Becksbead of St. Thomas was fined $20 and costs and mulcted $16 In charges tcaround the meter. MORE SPECIALS AND ODD LINESTO CLEAR Goodwillles' and Wagstaffe's bottled Fruits, per bottle 30c, McLaren's Jelly Powders per dozen ............. 75c. 15c ,25c CORN BEEF, 2's, Per tin . ,\............35c ROAST BEEF, 2's, Per tin.................40c. KIPPERED HERRING, imported, 2 tins for ...........25c. TOMATO SOUP, 2's Per tin ....____........ 15o. SUGAR JELLY- 16 oz. bottles Per liottle ............. 15c. MATCHES, parlor, 25c package for................ 20c. 15c package for .........10c EGGS, 35c per dozen; Three dozen for..................,... $1.00 EXTRA SPECIAL OFFERS ON CROCKERY AND KITCHEN HARDWARE. : : : THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. PIE PEACHES, 3s- Per tin .............. CRAWFORD PEACHES- 3s, per tin .......... PORK AND BEANS, 3's Per tin.................25c. CHICKEN SOUP, 2's, Per tin ................. 20c. Two for............... 35c. A VARIETY AD' Ontario Cheese per Tb ..... 20c 3tt> Blue Ribbon Tea ......$1.00 Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c. Ljbby's Catsup, per bbt. ....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 80c now................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3Tb tin'".,____95c. Choicest Apples per box ..$1.65 .......................... $1.25 The Pr emium Grocery 824-Hth St.'South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrillt PHONE 674 HALF PRICE! HALF PRICE! During stock-taking we found these goods slightly "damaged'.and' to keep our stock up-to date, we are offering them at, half original price. ' * Cook Pots, Dish Pans, Kneading Pans, Kettles, etc., Graniteware of all kin