Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Wiuclsor Be�t $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHfeN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the' Best and Most Convenient Place to Stay I STORM DOORS I The Very Finest Washington Apples, All Fancy Stock and in First Class Condition WELL MADE-WELL FI.NISHED. STRONG AND OF GOOD APPEARANCE. BEST VALL^E IN THE CITY EACH ............... $3.00 C. W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" '0 :iU: S:re;t Phone 761 2080 ACRES- 400 seres Fall Wheat 1000 Acres Under Cultivation 400 Acres Meadow Running Water 3-Wire Fencing and Cross Fencing House of Five Rooms Bunk House Barn for 20 Head with loft for 20 tons hay. Granary-1200 Bushel Poultry House, Corral, etc, �Nes.- Elevator and large Town on C. P. R. PRICE-$17.00-Terms to be arranged. OWNER MUST SELL. HENCE THIS EXCEPTIONAL PRICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 5th St. South Lethbridge, Alberta ScNcral \;tril'iics. we consulov tht^so o-ood l)iiyiniu('. t)iluM's :ii .1^2.50. rriu-urc a case now ami have ilie sal isUu'l ioji t>t' liaviiio' tlie best there is li'oinu-.__ HERE IS A LIST OF SPECIALS YOU WILL APPRECIATE Sweet Potatoes olf).^ for....................25) Per Bottle, . .'. 25c, and 50c. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co.. Ltd. city and district Will Move Parlors The undertaking establishment of S. Y. Hurst, which is now located on Second avenue, will be moved on the first of the monUi to 417 Fifth street. New Orchestra Bandmaster Cline has organized an orchestra, 'which promises to be the best in the south. It is well balanced and composed of e.vperienced musicians. The orchestra Is prepared for all kinds of functions and will appear in full dress when required. Has Vestry Hours Since ilr. J. R. Oliver was appointed secretary-treasurer of Knox church at the recent annual meeting, vestry office hours have toeen established for the convenience of the congregation. Mr. Oliver desires to announce that his hours 'will be from 10 to Jl in the morning, and fjom 4 to 5 in the after- ; noon. The vestry is located in the j rear of the cjiurch. Thlrt Av� Union Transfer Messenger, Baggage. Transfer, and Coal. Prompt Delivery PHONE 491 Installed the Officers Uepuiy Imperial Prince II. Powers of the Knights of Korrassan. came down from Calgary yesterday afternoon to install , the officers-elect uf Temple No. 141. The cerenMiuy was held in the Knights of Pyth, .3 fiuH. The work of the temple will ut. andi r the control of the folio'win,^ office is for the present year: Royal . Shover; Grand Emir, R. D. Hobr.on: Venerable Sheik, y\. B. Steele; Ma-hadi, H. 'Barrowrnan; secretary, a. .M. Ritchie; treasurer, G. N. .McLean; Satrap, J. E. Clarke; Sahib, A. F. Kealy. At the conclusion of the installation all present sat down to refreshments, during which Imperial Prince Powers delivered an able and appropriate address on the recent convention held in connection with the order in Minneapolis, touching u))-on many points of interest to all concerned; While in the city .Mr. Powers was the guest of the retiring Royal Vivier, A. E. .Morris. Council Board of Trade The fir.st regular meeting of the !!)14 Board of Trade council will be held tonight at the Board rooms. All members of the Board are invited to attend. A feature of the President's address on Tuesday night 'was the reference to the time of meeting. All meetings will commence promptly at eight o'clock. bl;sim:.ss locals Wii f:an give .vou 12 inch wood for starling (Ires cr mixed well with good | j l)lork;i for y.-jiir lirf'ijlace, fpr $o,'>0 I p.-r load, lielivf-red. Hci-kc-r & '\'ates, i I'iione loS.l. f!.')-0 ; Clinf-'s City Orchestra-Can be engaged lor dances, baniiuets, socials. I ley Carnwett, David .Main, John Ham-refeptions, weddings, ftc. Any num-: iUon. Mike Ra'uar-r. .fohn Larko, Geo. St. John's First Aid Class ' 1'he St. John's Ambulance class, which was held in the .Miners' hall during the month of December, and ipart of January, for the employees of No. o and No. mines, was taken great advantage of by the employees of tiiese two mines, and proved a very enthusiastic class all throughout the sesBicn. The lecturer for this class was Dr. (ialbraith, and the instructor on the practical 'work and the various drills was Duncan .McDonald, superintendent mine rescue stations No. 1 and No. 2. The enrollment for this class was t'nirty-three, and of this number thirty came forward for examination. The examiner for the c'lass was Dr. Church, who got to know what every candidate wl 10 came forward could do in first aid work. It is I ver.v satisfactory to know that all the ' candidates who came forward were successful in passing the examinations for their first-aid certificntos. The following are the names of the success ful candidates; George W. Taylor, E. Clayton, .(ohn .Stelle, .Jacob S. Walton, Thns. Worthington, Dick Whlttall, Alexander Park, William Dovoy, Hrear- Health Food Candies Gibson's and Kerfoot's English Fruit Tablets, assorted flavors, in half pound jars, and in bulk. 25 cents. Old Fashioned'' Horehound Twist, 25 cents a pound. Kerr's Butter Scotcli iOc. Rowntreo's and Kerfoot's Black Currant and Licorice Pastilles (Crystallized.) J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 3fe2S�S TELEPHONE NO. 323 Operatic Notice If there are any members of the Operatic society who have not received their invitation to attend the annual meeting of the society on Tuesday evening, February ;>, in the S. O. E. hall, please communicate with Mr. Frank Wadidng.ton, chairman of the social committee. Election of officers for the ensuing year will take place at 8 o'clock, and the social will follow immediately. Sheep Pay Well H. A. Suggitt of Coaldale returned Wednesday from So\itb Edmonton, 'where he had gone with a two-carload i shipment of sheep. The lot averaged 100 pound.s each, and brought a net profit of about X5.50 a head. Mr. Sug-gltt has also shlrped a carload of breeding ewes to the Ponoka district, and states that he is besieged with . orders for breeding stock. The sheep ; industry, in his opinion is on the up I grade, and farmers throughout the j country are realizing the value of the j "golden hoots" in their programmes of mixed farming. The Man on Top In this City is the cue who bought real estate in the right locality and at the right lu-ice. You can do the same right how^ as we have 2'> feet by 142..') feet facing tjast on 10th Street S. for $550.00 cash. Build i. nice home on tliis and we will sell ii. HOUSES TO KENT -THE- Dowsle^fl!u!lle!^ Land Co. Sherlock Building. Phono 54! ber of pieces supplied. V.omX music, \ v/cli placed. Evening dress wlien desired. F. Clinc, Manager. Phone lL:i;7. ; AOijii-ai-.avh car;-;, oil liaiid a stock of dry wood, ,ul in stove lengths $:',.0u pel' load dolivcr.^d Phone :;(;v, 'itizcns Lumbci- Co.. l.id., VM\ l(;u, -^>- '>i;,S-0 Fonnos, Fr.inlc Pelchek, James Mc-Guinness. Jos. .Mi'ilar. Dav. C'outts, Thos Walton, .las. .\is;bet. John .Marsh. .Mike Vaselenek. Wtn. Park, Ab f-xamicr .Millar. J. A.. Foster, Peter Hendi-rson. Samuel Crabb, Samuel Tronian. 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. Balmoral Block Ph one 1191 city ajnd district One Lonesome Weakling . One ione drunk graced the police court with his presence this morning, being fined the usual one and or fifteen days in the birracks. Championship Debate Lethbridge High school will debate against Olds Agricultural College tomorrow night at the Central school auditorium, in connection with Rutherford cup competition of the High school debating league. Lethbridge is the winner in District No. 1, and O'ids won out in District No. 2. Th? debate tomorrow night is to decide the supremacy of these two districts. The judges will include Judge Jackson, Mr. A. E. Dunlop, and Rev. G. Il.Cob-blcdlck. Clarence Sherlock and Nelson Cas-cadden will journey to Olds, whili while .Arthur ScroKgie and Bert Sang will debate here on the suh.jcct "He-solved that Orientals should he Kx-ciuded." The Bank Clearings The bank clearings suffered tiuite a b'iump for the weak ending today, the figures being .?:i8u,907.61, as compared 'With $.51)2,175.74 for the corresponding week last year. Opned Branch Here The Brown Mercantile Agencies, collectors, reporters of credit, tracers and assignees, have opened a Lethbridge branch at 301 Sherlock block, and aro moving their office furniture in today. F'. Firown, general manager of the company, was in the city yesterday, aiul H. W. Smale, formerty special representative, .ha.f been made the Lethbridge agent. This firm is associated with the National Collectors' association, anii other protective companies, and will doubtless fill au Important place in the city's llt.e, Drlftinrt Tied Up Traffic This Chinook luny be doing lota of good out in the countr.-, but the railway and street car men are having troublBB all their own. The high winds have made travel very difficii'it. and !'.-aina all over the country are delayed and stalled. Snow plows and rotarles are conspicuous by their a.h-sence in the local yards, and one of the street railway plows became stalled this morning in an endeavor to clear tlie track. Two of the Blue line cars were drifted in, and one of the White line had difficulty Ui making the grade, but a'il was .polng well at the timo of going to press. The westbound I'iyer was delayed at Bow Island tor over six hours, and arrived hero at 12.4Fi, instead of 6.1,"). The Cardston train was snowed in at Spring Coulee, and was Btlll fighting the storm at a late hour In the afternoon. Freight trains are greatly impeded, and all trace of regular ached-ulea la lost. Out in tlie country, how-over, the farmers are rejoicing over the fact' that the snow Is being carried to the low places where It 'will he. stored for spring uso. 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. Phone 725 FOR QTTALrTy :\1EATS, AT THE KKiriT peick. WE HOLD OUll TEI.EPHOXE THADE. City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH- STREET SOUTH That is sufficient to convince you that our stock-taking sale is full of genuine bargains, and values cannot be duplicated. Now is the time ' and our store is the place to buy. HfR�S�IOIIRi mmmmm A QUANTITY OF MEN'S FUR-LINED CAPS, worth from CAm $1.00 to $1.50, each; Sale price ....................... *#Uw MEN'S SHIRTS-Worth $1.00. fiRf* Sale price '......................................... WJw THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF CHAMBRAYS, GINGHAMS, WRAPPERETTE3, CRETONNES AND SCRIMS Worth -I Ap np to ISc; all at one price ........................... IWW TURKISH TOWELLING AND DISH TOWELLING From 4 Cp 5 cents, to per yard ................................. UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN, assorted pattorn.s at per OC** yard ............................................... DATnTY TAILORED WAISTS with neat stript; effects C|l>r' ItDguiar $1.25 to $1.7."), all one price .................. MEN'S SWEATERS, grey with cardinal trimming. T*?!* � -Regular for ..................................... I 5Jw MEN'S SWEATERS in a variety of colors. Regular flj 4 |"A $2.00 to $2.f)0; Sale price ....................... **' " FIFTY ROLLS OF LINOLEUM, regular jjricc liom Mc to Aftg^ fiuc per s(i. yard; Sale price .......................... SIXTV-FIVE PAIRS OF FLANNELETTE SHEETS, fl� 4 AM going at per pair................................. ' "WW Comforters, Blankets and Spreads greatly reduced 20 Per Cent off all Furniture and Carpets ^iimimmmiim^mb-a^ 5tN.