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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta fe-lffREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS ,B : Hotel Windsor AfBesi$1.25 a Day Hotel in C " "Your money back if fit fails.* ' In T>acka?es to suit jjrour needs-^"' '25c. 00c, SI: 25-lb Pal!,'SS.SO '�� >:i,.�'��: . MO-pace nbultrv book'FRHB. .i ' '*: Get- Pratto Profltriharbiff.1 Booklet. FROM THE FrtANK, HEDLEY, DRUG COMPANY. Special Reduced Prices We have at present a very large stoclc of High move it- quickly we offer you some extraordinary we sell is guaranteed First Class. '. JAMS AND JELLIES CLIMAX BRAND-51b palls. Raspberry and Strawberry Jam and Red Currant Jelly, special por tin......................... 60 cents WHITE STAR BRAND--5tb pails assorted Straw; berry and Apple; Raspberry and Apple, etc.,' Special per pail..................... 55 cents CHIVER'S GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE  pails-, called 4s, but are the same stso as Wag-staffe's and other" makes called ,5s, Rappberry and. Strawberry, per pail............ 85 cents . Black Currant; per pail ....... 90 cents MARMALADE-Per pail .,...........65 cents , J6 oz. glass. Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, each ......;�............. 30 cents Marmalade, each..................... 25 cencs on Our Surplus Stock Class Groceries, � in fact too large and in order to low prices on these goods. Remember everything MISCELLANEOUS P(E 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 cones 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 tb,e'best varieties and sizes, at per', case .................... ........,..... $1.65 Of 5lb8- for .........................25 cents GREENINGS-A few cases, small sizes at per case..... .-.:................:........ $1.50 -PHONES-- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbridee......,............... 46 34 Edmonton, cloudy.......... 46 30 .52 Swift Current, cloudy ... 42 26 Regina, clear ...... ...... ...37 14 .02 Minnedosa, cloudy ... ...... 34 33 .04 Port Arthur, cloudy ...... 4 2 .06 Grand Forks ................ 27 13 Calgary, cloudy; ....... 52 31 Medicine Hat, fair .44 34. Moose Jaw, cloudy ......... 42 32 .05 Qu'Appelie, cloudy ........ 40' 24 Winnipeg, cloudy .....s ...... 14 12 .18 Kamloops, clear ............. 26 20 .10 Penticton ..................... 35 24 : The weather has been milder in Manitoba with light snowfalls ; farther west it has continued very mild. FORECAST: Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Local snow flurries, :but mostly fair and comparatively mild. Alberta-Generally fair,. stationary or lower temperature. , Pratt' FoocL CITY AND DISTRICT "''  Are En - Route Home ' The Great Falls', degree - team of, the Knights of Columbus, who went north'on Monday mdrnlng to install a class at ""Calgary, ^returned last night and.went south to the, Montana city this morning.  ,>��. ;: Furniture' or) C iTO Q11 Phone 1735 IS 600D THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405-6th : Bt: S;'?fDominion Block) Y. M, C.-A; Officers Chosen : ^ At a meeting cf the directors of the Y. *I. C A.,- held in' the Association parlors la.st evening, the following officers were chosen for the coming year: "President, Dr. Galbraith; vice-president, J. E. Lethb-ridge; secretary, R. P. Wallace; treasurer,CG.K. Nourse. i.v: is/orth Lethbridge Ratepayers . A meeting of North' Lethbridge. ratepayers will be" held this evening at �igh't o'clock, in Kennedy's Hall, when the proposed market Question will be discussed. The meeting will also con-; sider the advisability of placing a candidate in the field-'to-fill''the; vacancy on the council caused through-Aid. W. J. 'McCambly's death. 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." :- J; t V The Red Cross Drug and BookrCo., Ltd. Phone 555 .Jhlrd Ave. Y. M. C. A. National Boy Secretary A. J. Irving, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. here, has Jub^ received: woyd from/Toronto that Mr. Taylbr Statten, formerly Boys' Work secretary of Ontario and Quebeo; has been appointed to the. position^of r.National'-Boys' Work secretary, Mr. Statten will shortjy make a'tour through the .West assisting in tile boys' wcrk, and � he will in all likelihood visit this city. BORN BROWN-On Monday, Jan. 27th, to Mr. and Mrs. Leu.: S. �- Brown, a daughter.  - , -41-lx .' ' *.... '>: .'n -* ' ., ^ tin ...... 95c. Lyle's G. Syrup, 2tb can ... 20c ' Choicest Apples per box. .$1.65 B. C. SUGAR, PER SACK......................----..... $1:25 The Premium Grocery  '* J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR 824-11th St. South Opposite Terrilln PHONE 674 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, Ket* ties; etc.,|Graniteware of all kinds. 5(X PER CENT. OFF -THIiSE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326M>tli Street South PHONE 575 Lethbridge P. O. BOX 27 We make a Specialty of Home Portraiture and Flashlight Photography, in taking Banquets, Parties, Weddings, etc. Call on us for particulars, prices, etc* Photographer 906 THIRD AVENUE SOOTH . At the ^Monarch ' The management ,have pleasure in annonucing that they iliave booked three of\ the greatest features ever' shown In Lethbridge, namely "The Auto Bandits of Paris" for Friday, the 31st, "The. Mystery: of the Bridge of Notre Dame" for Monday, Feb. 2nd, and "Tom Butler" for Wednesday, Feb. 5th. , "The Auto Bandits of Paris" needs little mention as all are familiar with the deeds of'the men,that brought terror to Paris: until they were finally brought to justice.  "The Mystery .of the Bridge of Notre Dairio".,is a splendid police episode replete with thrlls. - The scenes are laid in Paris and the parts are taken by .famous French actors and actresses from:, the, .prominent Paris theatres. A film de.luxe of marvelous, excellence. "Tom Butler"; w deceptive 'story by Sir Conan boyle;'tih^ originator of Sherlock Holmes'' ttad produced - in-England under the 'author's personal supervision is a masterpiece. . A tale of inystery"-and death and finally the loglq that solved it all. It :' ':;^l|l#;^''::�': .: holds the breathless interest of the audience. The "Monarch is using: every effort to secure for � the residents of North Lethbridge. the very latest and best in motion photography and doubtless their enterprise in this connection will be well rewarded' as it has been in the past. RAILWAYS CHARGED WITH CAUSING. ROW Washington,: Jan.. 28.-In a speech in the; l-lous& today; RepreS'enta):iVe Mann, the . minority, leader, defended the Panama Canal tolls bill, declaring that practically; all .opposition to the policy of the United States regarding tolls "originated with the transcontinental railways, '� whose rates-are likely to be affected by \)xe 1 reduction of thie cost of: carriage; by water." ' Mr. Mann insisted tha� the bill had j been--given full: consideration by-Congress, and produce^ .thejvjtefr jn^vari-l ous amendments^off'etedii.opitb&^eas-J ure to refute' the charge that^fewl members of  the;/House:;;ware prii?sea* ;