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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE] The Dallas Hotel !s the Best and Most Convenient Place to Stay urpius We can furnish your kitchen with modern utensils that will make cooking easy C. W. Gray The store that saves you money Habits are Easily Acquired Get the habit of dining here, the Quality and Quantity of our meals-is-far beyond the degree indicated by our prices.- THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078  Manager Get More Eggs Now when C{ry prices ..*re high- Winter-eggs cost no morn than 01.other seaBona.-but they sell for more. , feed year layer* & varied ration and Include  � , Pr^ Poultry Regulator .Heavy egg production is assured. . "Your, money back if it fails." In package to �ult your need*- ,, 25c. 60c, SI; 2�-lb Pall, SS.60 ua-pate noultry book FREE. Get Fratts Profit-sharing Booklet. FROM THE FRANK HEDLEY-DRUG COMPANY. Phone -17S5 IS GOOD THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th XSt 'S*' (Dominion Block) WINE DEPT. H. B. Co's Old Jamaica Rum-Imported direct, and.sold at full'strength.""Per Imperial Quart.........................'......$1.50 Wine Dept. " , " 613 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO: Wine Dept. Phone - . 613 SAVE MONEY FINE LINEN NOTE PAPER-la one.pound packages v Per package .........____...,.------........... iFINE LINEN ENVELOPES TC MATCH Three packages for ........ 25c 25c KPN^Y.(&:i:ALMN Phone 1487 We have at present a very large stock of High Class Groceries, in fact too large and lu order to move it quickly we offer you some ^extraordinary low prices on these goods. Remember everything we sell is guaranteed first Class. JAMS AND JELLIES CLIMAX BRAND-nit) .pails, Raspberry and Strawberry Jain and Rett Currant Jelly, special per tin .......... ............ 60 cents WHITE STAR BRAND-otb pails assorted Strawberry and Apple; Raspberry and Apple, etc.. Special per pail.................... 55 cents CHIVER'S GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE pails, called 4s, but are the same size as Wag-staffe's and other makes called 5s, Raspberry and Strawberry, per pail ....... 85 cents Black Currant, per pall ............ 90 cents MARMALAOE-Per pail .............65 cents 16 oz. glase, Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, each ....';----.......... 30 cents Marmalade, each .'....................25 cenis . MISCELLANEOUS PIE PEACHES-Vine brand, 2% lb tins, peeled, special per tin ,-......................15 cents PIE APPLES, Vine brand 2^ tins, special two tins for ____......................... 25 cents WHOLE RED BEETS, Vine brand, 2& lb tins;  Special, per tin..................... 15 cenie 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........,........................ $1.65 Of 5tbs for .:.......................25 cents GREENINGS-A few cases, small sizes at per case..... ............................ $1.50 -PHONES-i- Grocery Dept. 625 , Wholesale Dept. 127-1, THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail --PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. MCmE SPECIALS AND ODD LINES TO CLEAR GoodwIMies' and Wagstaffe's bottled Fruits, per bottle 30c. McLaren's Jelly powders . pel- dgfceh ........... WEATHER 36 34 20 24 3 Edmonton, cloudy...... 44 Lethbridge, cloudy ..... 47 Battleford, cloudy ..... 38 Swift Current; cloudy .. 36 Regina, cloudy......... 29 Minnedosa, cloudy..... ,S. . Port Arthur clear ____.6 -8 Nelson............... .37 25 Calgary, fair .......... 50 34 Medicine Hat, fair ______ 48 30 Prince Albert, cloudy... 14 Moose Jaw, cloudy .... 32 12 Qu'Appelle, cloudy .____'..20 10 .06 Kamloops, cloudy ...... -14 - Grand Porks, .. ...... 20, 11 Tine weather has continued cold in' Manitoba and Eastern:- Saskatchewan, but further west it has been mild-and pleasant. Forecast-Manitoba, fair, and milder, Wednesday. ....... Saskatchewan and Alberta - Fair and mild today and on Wednesday. Pratt'; Food CITY AND DISTRICT In Old Ontario Ex-Alderman Adams and family returned this morning Ontario, where they have been .visiting with Mr.'Adams'-states that for changeable, weather Ontario' can. still show Southern Alberta a fe,w. things, New Roller Rink- ' Work has been staT'ted^on the;r.pller skating rink at the main, fair building at Henderson park, and Mr. Brew-erton expects" to nave the new amusement centre in operation "within.5"a couple of weeks. '; " Squadron For Magrath Cardsdton Globe:- Col. Cruikshanks Col. Kemmis and Major Brown/ of Cardston, will be in Magrath next week to endeavor to organize a squadron .off ''Alberta " Ringers.";- As Magrath was fairly well represented at last year's "meet" in Calgary, there should be no' trouble-in arousing an interest and .effecting ,the organization. .' Later on an effort will probably be made to have Raymond fall in line arid do likewise. . High" Schools- Debate The first debate, of the Inter-provincial High School. Debating League, in -connection with the extension department of the Alberta University, will be held here on-January 31; when Medicine Hat � and Lethbridge will meet. The subject wilL be .."Resolved, that the provinces of-Canada should adopt the initiative-.and referendum policy, as outlined by the .pamphlet 'Direct'Legislation,', by R. L. Scott. The affirmative will be taken by Medicine Hat.  BORN RIPLEY-To Mr. and Mrs.^AlvIn Ripley, 1488-7th Avenue South, on the ��� morning of January 25th, a son. We are celebrated FOOD. agents for the PRATT' STOCK Pratt's Animal Regulator- 3 sizes ..... 50c, 75c $1.00 Pratt's Condition Powders-two sizes ..... 25c and 50c Pratt's Poultry two sizes..... Regulator- 25c and 50c Ask for 'one  of Pratt's Handy Booklets. "Things you ought to know." The Red Cross Drug arid Book Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT  To Attend Trustees' Convention Trustee Wallace and Secretary Fleetwood left for Edmonton today to attend the Provincial. Convention of school trustees. PIE PEACHES, 3s- Per ;t!n ........... CRAWFORD PEACHES- 3b, per tin -.......... PORK AND BEANS, 3's Per tin ......... .---- CHICKEN.SOUP, 2'8, Per tin............... Two for.........----. , 75c. . 15c ..25c -,25c. 20c. . 35c. CORN BEEF, 2's, Par tin ____ ROAST BEEF, Per tin ..... 2's, KIPPERED HERRING, ed, 2 tins for........ TOMATO SOUP, 2's Per tin......... .... ...35c ,...4fic. im'port-... 25c. SUGAR JELLY- 16 oz. Per bottle........... MATCHES, parlor, 25c age for ........... 15c package for EGGS; 35c per dozen; Three dozen for .....____......... EXTRA SPECIAL OFFERS ON CROCKERY ' AND KITCHEN HARDWARE. : : : ... 15c. bottles' ..' 15c. pack-.. 20c. .-.. .10c. .. $1.00 THE BENTLEY CO, LTD. School Opening Postponed The- opening of the new Galbraith School has been 'postponed from Friday, January 31, until Friday, .Febru-ary 7, on account of the absence of Chairman Wallace and Secretary Fleetwood in Edmonton. Phone 555- Thlrd Ave. Dr. Hess' Paltry The: greatest known Poultry Tonic' ai'd. Egg. Producer. A combination of medicinal ingredients' similar . to Dr. Hess Stocki'Tonic but especially prepared for fowls of all kinds, jtnd all ages. It in-creases digestion, -thus increasing Egg Production - more growth^ brighter plumage, shorter' moulting season, earlier layers-are the guaranteed benefits following the use of Poultry Pan-a-ce-a. The cost-one extra egg pays for all the Pan-a-ce-a a hen eats 'for three months. iVPer; (package � 35c' ari.d 85c- J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The y&XO&JL Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 ' Will Settle Here Dr. J. Duncan, who has been in North Dakota for the past thre^ weeks, is closing out his practice there, Is expected to return in. a couple of'days, 'when he will settle permanently in Lethbridge. Accidental Death There will be no inquest in" connection with the death of C.P.R. Brake-man Finch yesterday, as Coroner Higinbotham, after having investigated the; case, finds , that the deceased icame to his.death as a result of accidental circumstances. Resumed Work on the Post Office .The mild weather resulting from the Chinook wind, has enabled Navin Bros., .contractors for the new post office, to resume operations, and work is' progressing favorably today on the foundations' of the building. Nearly all the material is on the ground, except the steel, and Mr. Navin is of ithe opinion that the superstructure Will be completed before next winter, leaving only the finishing to do during the winter months. BUSINESS LOCATES Phone 666 the Messenger'Service tor pro-.upt roeasaee and baggage: delivery. REX TRANSFER; Phone; 6,7,0, office Alta. Saddlery, opposite H$3.00 1 per load. Coal, two tone for $9,-0. O. D. Becker & Yates. Phorie.1384:, : . 20-0 During Mr. O'Reilley.'s abeence. all phone orders for  his coal and transfer business will be taken at M. L. Peck's, i Phone 716. L. Godfrey. 36-6 CONCERT-On Thursday next, 30th January at .8 o'clock, in Unity. Hall. Selections by Excelsior  Male. Voice Choir. Sketch entitled "Box and.Cox' Excellent program of artists. Admis sion 25c. Reserved seats 50c.. 39-3 CITY AND DISTRICT Band practice Tonight ^ .The City Band-'will meet for rehearsal this evening, when, all members are asked to-be on hand punctually at eight o'clock. fiBible-Society Meeting A meeting of the committee of the local branch of the Bible Society will be held In,the Y. M. C. A. this evening at eight o'clock:  � �� ., -'.' , For a The Kentish association have arranged for a concert and whist drive in the S. O. E. hall next Tuesday night, the proceeds' to be devoted to the assistance of little Gertrude Doe, who had a leg taken off while playing on the railway track near Westminster road some time ago. it was at first thought that it would be a good thing to buy her an artificial limb, �but on second thought this was cor sidered inadi visable as she 'would grow out of it in a year. The chances are �that a fund will be started, with, a view to helping her in other ways, perhaps to get an education whereby she will be able to earn her living in later life with the least degree of inconvenience. The Kentish association is doing an excellent work, and this entertainment should draw a large crowd. :There will be an admission fee of'50 cents for men, and 25 cents for ladies. A' VARIETY AD Ontario Cheese per lb ....'..20c 3tt> Blue Ribbon Tea......$1.00 Blue Labbl Catsup, per bot. 30c. Libby's Qatsup, per bot.----20c 8tb tin Royal Shield Baking /. Powde*,, i.............. 70c Lyle's G.vSyrup, 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 Ooffee, reg. price 50c now ................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3Tb tin...... 95c. Choicest Apples per box . .$1.65 .......................... $1.25 The Premium Grocery 824-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrlllt 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. ;, t Cook Pots, D|sli Pans, Kneading Pans, Kettles, etc., Graniteware of all kinds. 50 PER CENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326-^6t!i Street South PHONE 575 JLethbridge 9s-- O. BOX * 27 The Dominion Government -now supplies postage' 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, v a roll of 500 stamps and aflBxes them to mail matter of any size at dquble;;br-dinary 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 tibwf light,- handsome,' strong, durable,accurate. $26.00 dellVere'dr Want salesmen everywhere in; Al--berta and B. C. Frank L. King, Ne,w Dominion Trust Building; Vancouver* � C. dnal-r. _''. "J'arf. 2'6-8 Court Did Not Sit � ' ' The special-, sitting of the Supreme Court called for today has. been cancelled, owing to-the settlement of the Hardie vs. Diamond Coal Co. case. � ;Mr, Cook otj Business Bent; Mr, O. W. Oobk, of Flagstone, B.C., Is a business visitor in the city today. Mt. Cook is "a - member of the Lethbridge-Weyburn Co. Be Oh Hand Tonight It is of the ^utmost importance that every music lpyer in the city: attend th� meeting to be held in the Conservatory of Musljp' hall this evening, at eight o'clock In-connection with the formation cf, an amateur operatic and dramatic society. "Tbt Family.^rijo4*for M'sjem." A n(imr-t^Umm talUfjbr'Ctow and WbovUm Courfy An Interesting Relic . Chief- Davis, o� the police depart ment, is exhibiting a very interesting relic of the Fenian Raid at his office. It is a at one time the property of General O'Neill, one of the leadersof the raid. The weapon is without doubt the property of the doughty Irish Fenian, fcx on the handle these words are inscribed, "General O'Neill, Ridgeway, 1866." It is inlaid with solid silver, and is a six cylinder affair of the vintage of 1864, bearing the number 1032a. : It came into Chief Davis' possession in a peculiar way. It was brought to Toronto first by one of four Fenian Raid prisoners, who stood trial before Judge Morrison, and were condemned to death. They were later pardoned by Queen Victoria, but during the trial, the owner of the revolver gave it to the -court asking that it be sent to a relative in the States. This was done. About ten years ago, this relative was in Toronto, attending the exhibition, and while there ha exchanged the weapon in a pa'wn shop for a more modern -revolver. On his i weekly rounds, Detective Davis, as he. was known then, saw the old relic, and secured it, and it Is now one of his most valued possessions. Mrs. Lincoln H. Jelliff, mu&'r Announces the removal of her studio to y 608--12th St. S. Where she will be pleased to receive advanced pupils and beginners in piano-forte .playing and harmony. The best modern facilities employed in the development of an effective, ^rapid and dependable piano technique, and the ability to execute piano compositions with accuracy, brilliancy and finest of touch and hiter- -pretation. � PHONE -1515 E L AT MISS EDITH JONES WAS THERE AND DELIGHTED CROWD WITH CLEVER READINGS BANK' ROBBERY AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Jan. 27.--Four bank rob. ,;-bers. got into the Bank of Nova Scotia 'tonight,, and got away .with aibout $100, after a desperate fight with Claw.West, a young ledger clerk, who showed .great piuck and put up u 'great fight. Vulcan, Jan.- 27.-The little daughter of Mr.: and, Mrs.^ Terry, is very ill with pneumonia/-* and whooping cough. Mr. .and Mrs. >. 0- , L. McPhcrson spent/a couple of..days in Calgary last week. ay, afih^Ugh 'still in Iho hoJDital.tla' impro^Uij ao rapidly that he is expected home the: latter pa of the week. , . . A joint meeting of the'1912 1913 managing boards. wa;--hel[l Thursday evening, ' vhe^: ail church business was transferred the new officers. ,_;: � .. j v A number of business places installing electric lights, ;'.using t| power from the Imperioi; plant. The Richardson hall was formal opened on Friday evening, -24rth. Stanley, of High River,- Occupied, 1 chair. Miss Jones �*of Letfybridi proved herself to be a,reader of ci siderable ability to the large and preciative audience. Ttev; J. M- 1 ton and Mr. Gardner ,rendered sevi al solos,' and-Mr; GloWer played s aensa'tlpn !;toda sending: u message 'to the legislaj outlining le'giBl'atlon for the retort the laws governing stock mftjrke was Revolutionary ^.terafi's ed a'furore among,stockbrokers^] . 1 tmsm. :Mm]ii^)\\hMm^)i ;