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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I'1' FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS D-pn�r . Per package .....................,'............. J.FINE LINEN ENVELOPES TO MATCH '' t --Three packages for ......... J ' 25c 25c KENNY, & ALLIN , . "v ' THE DETJGr-BOOK STORE |'|>%Mx* Fal,3� Hotel.' H DlSpenBlngXhemUt, , Phone 1487 Get the Habit and Save Money by Buying Your Groceries Here Our slock never -was belter nor have reduced (juite a number of nr the price cheaper than what you c where. FANCY WASHINGTON APPLES All sound, varieties of the very best, and sizes to suit you. We doubt very much whether any other merchant in the city can show apples in such fine condition, as these. Price tsii per case.............................. �T>A�."�> BROOKFIELD BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER- Special price for a short time only. Two pounds for..................... '  STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS Price per ~n,. dozen................................ *>Ut* more (ompjote than it is now. We tides in price and in every case is an o-et similar articles for else- $1.00 NO. 1 CANDLED EGGS, special price, 3 dozen for .........'.............� WAGSTAFFE'S GINGER, GREEN FIG, OR PINEAPPLE MARMALADE-Regular price 35c 2&C each; special per 16 oz. glass........... CEYLON TEA-A finer blend you never tasted even at' 60c per pound or more. This tea would be extra good value at 50c. 40(* Our price, per pound.................. * FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE-A coffee that is always satisfactory and which should be J.n#� selling at 50c; price per lb..............*vi.-. -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 520 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Confectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER 18 2 - 6 8 .10 - 5 10 2 25 17 14 12 -14 1 Lethbridge ................ 36 Edmonton, cloudv ...... 30 Battleford, clear'.......... 30 Swift Current, cloudy.. 36 Rcgina, fair................ 32 Miunedosa. cloudy. ....... 26 Port Arthur, cloudy .... 26 Nelson ...................... 35 Grand Forks...... ......... 29 Calgary, fair ............ 36 Medicine Hat, fair ....... 40 Prince Albert, clear ... 26 Moose Jaw, cloudy ..... 34 Qu'Appelle, cloudy ...... 30 - 2 .08 Winnipeg, snowing ....... 18 10 .08 Kamloops, cloudv ....... 32 16 Pentictoa.........'........ 39 23 .02 The weather throughout the province has been quite mild but during the night it has turned colder, especially in Saskatchewan, where below zero temperatures are again recorded. * FORECAST : Manitoba - Fresh northwest winds, local snow flurries and decidedly colder ; Friday fair and very cold. i, Saskatchewan-Fair and vety cold today and on Friday. . wVIberta-Fair and decidedly colder today and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT District Court at Taber Judge Winter' will hold a special sltt'ings.of {he District Court at Taber on Tuesday next, February 4. We are agents for the celebrated PRATT' STOCK FOOD. Pratt's; Animal Regulator-^ 3 sizes ..... 50;, 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 Red Cross Drug and Bdok Co*, Ltd. Phono 655- Thlrd Ave. MANITOBA'S BANK BALANCE DUE TO BORDEN HAND-OUT NOT GOOD BUSINESS License Commission Tomorrow The License �Commissioners will meet in the I.O.O.F. hall tomorrow' morning, at ten o'clock, 'when the North Lethbridge hotel licenses will come up for consideration. Stamp Rolls Here ' The Post Office department has received stamp-rolls which can be used with the automatic '. stamp machine. Five hundred one-cent rolls ar� being sold at 15.06, and 500., two-cent rolls at $10.06. This ought to be a great convenience to the" business man. High School Debate . The debate between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat on "Direct Legislation," Scheduled to take place in the Central School auditorium, tomorrow evening, has been called off. In place thereof two teams from the.High School will carry out the programme, which should prove interesting. Mr. Hatch Not' a ^Candidate Ex-Mayor George .Hatch stated today that the use 6f his name as a candidate for aldermariic Honors was entirely unauthorized. He fully appreciates the honor of "being a member of the council, but does not feel that he could afford'I-either the time or expense. ; Dr. Hess' Louse Killer HE LIKED . VARIETY Moose Jaw, Jan. 29;-William Hutchinson, of no fixed abode, 'was arrested late this afternoon' at Gull Lake, on a charge of bigamy. He, married Anna Scyfert, at Estevan, about a month ago. Two wives are known to exist in the States, and a rumor is current that a dozen or more exist in various towns in the United States. He was arrested by the R.N.W.M.P., after being traced through this city. The Kingston city, hall auditorium was filled to hear N. W. Rowell give a political address. He promised a minister of labor in any provincial cab inet he may be called.upon;to form. James, the 3-year-old boy of Reeve Wellwood of .Raleigh township, fell into a vat of hot water and- died. The "Original" Powder Louse Killer that has twenty-five imitators, ' The Louse Powder that is guaranteed to kill lice on poultry, horses cattle; ticks on sheep.. bugs on Cucumber, squash and melon vines cabbage worms, slugs on rose bushes, etc. Also a reliable disinfectant and deodorizer. Put up in round can with perforated top, easily applied and the? result is "guaranteed." , In .35c: and 85c packages J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The 3fe2S2tSS Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Winnipeg, Jan. 29.-T. C. Morris, leader of the opposition in the local legislature, spoke this afternoon in reply to the budget speech delivered by. the provincial treasurer yesterday. He criticized the statements maide by the provincial treasurer, stating that many accounts would he gone into in detail later in the session. He claimed that the large surplus was due. 'to the requisition of the swamp' lands together with the money that had been received from the Dominion government for the swamp lands and further that the money from these lands had not been changed to revenue but to capital account. On the telephone system there was on this province a bonded indebtedness of over eleven million dollars, while on the elevators over a million had been squandered ,,. in their purchase, while' they had been operated at a heavy loss each year by the government. A resolution favoring the extension of the franchise in this , province to V'Omen was introduced by Harvey Simpson, government member for Virden, who stated that in view of the active, part taken by the woman of today in public life he saw no reason why the franchise should not be extended to give her the right to vote. The . resolution was seconded by J. B. .Baird, opposition member for Mountain. The question will be debated further. AND WIFE E COURT DIDN'T TAKE KINDLY TO IT AND HUBBY WAS GLAD OF IT SEAS ANNUAL DIED ROBINSON-At Westbury Park, Bristol, England, on Wednesday, 29th January, 1913, Cominandez- Geo. Robinson, R.N., aged ��lit .father -of Geo. W. Robinson, of this city; BUSINESS LOCALS Phone 666 tne Messenger Service for Dtonipt; raussaK* and baggage: delivery, i REX TRANSFER; Phone 070, oflJce Alta. Saddtery, opposit? Coaldalejiptel, Dry 12' inch stove wood, $3.00 pen, load. Coal, tavo ton& for ?9, C. O. D. . BAftltar & Yates. Phone 1384.  20-0 Cranbrook, B. CM Jan. 29.-The annual general meeting ; of the Overseas Club, Cranbrook branch, was held in the Carmcnrs hall last, evening... A satisfactory financial statement was submitted and the meeting proceeded to tli'e clectionof officers. A keen ballofciresulted as follows : - PrcsidentA-CyY. - Brake. ViCE-Prusldcnt-:C. A. Cock. Secrctar\^L.,ipearspn. Treasurcc-M*rsj:;ir. S. Brake. ~,  Committee-Me'sclames Marshall, H. Gridley, j.'. ;'Hal&yv C.: Y. Brake, Strachan,-' Messrs:' H. Gridley, W. Marshall, k.-A. Wallingcr. , Auditors-G. Sims, ,1; F. Smith/, >Thc next meeting/.will be held on Tuesday, February 11th. The Loyal Order fof,.,Mooso are holding a banquet.tonight, which prorn's-es to be a successful and "enjoyable gatherijij;;. !Manv invitations have been issued and. cordially accepted. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 29.-It is not propet for husband and wife to sit on the same jury, according "to a decision made today in a damage case by a superior court.  Judge-Gillamp admitted counsel for the plaintiff,to challenge Mrs. J. D. Dean of Kent, whose husband had been accepted as a juror. Mrs. Dean was asked it the presence of her husband on the > jury 'would tend to influence her verdict should he happen to disagree with her, "It would not," answered Mrs. Dean, - "I think I can decide fairly and impartially whether Mr. Dean is present or not." The/awyers asked Dean if Mrs. Dean would influence his decision. He was just as positive as was his wife that he was independent 'in deciding a question. "I would rather she would not be there, though," he added. . Mrs. Dean was excused. Men of Lethbridge Watch this Space lot Special Announcement A VARIETY AD Ontario Cheese per tt>.....20c 3tb Blue Ribbon Tea......$1.00 Blue Label Catsup, per bot. 30c. Llbby's Catsup, per bot. ....20c 5th 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 ................... 60c. Tetley's Coffee, reg. price 50c now.................... 35c. Tetley's Tea, 3tb tin......95c. Choicest Apples per box ..$1.65 ...........____. $1.29 The Premium Grocery 824-11th St. dauth J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE 874 HALF PRICE! HALF PRICE! .'During stock-taking we found these goods slightly/damaged and to keep our stock iip-to date, we are offering them at half original price. C�ok Pots, Dish Pans, Ejicading' Pans, Kettles,etc., Graiiitc\vai*e of all kinds. 50 PER GENT. OFF -THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS- 326-6th Street South PHONE 675 Lethbridge 9. O. BOX 27 TIGE" We make a Specialty of Home Portraiture and Flashlight Photography, in taking Banquets, Parties, Weddings, etc. Call on us for particulars, prices, etc* TISEta Photographer , 906 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH m ,...........m^mm'-m The Fami:i 'Mu>4 for *0 years." A never hiUuJr 'r*lUti 7'WOUP nrlil WheoDioz Coi;irb. FLORENCE SEYMOUR'S SWEETHEART STRETCHED, THE HEMP London, Jan. 30.-John Williams, who' murdered a police inspector at .EasfcBourne, and whose case attracted attention because he Eippealed to jihc.home secretary for permission to marry"hjs sweetheart, Florence Soy-mour^ in,order to legitimatize a child who was born oh' Dec. 30, was hanged at Lewes yesterday. - � .. The governor of the jail said at the inquest which was held afterwards, that the man's Teal;name was said to be George Mackay and that he had described himself as an American sculptor. The governor, however, did not believe, the story. ROWDY WOMEJ^ ;AT WORK London, Jan. 21).'-The suffragettes resumed their.^window breaking and post-box outrages � on-, a small scale tonight, but their''endeavors were sufficient to maintain a state of nervous apprehension among the shopkeepers arid the large bodies of police and pri-vate! watchmen guarding the streets and buildings. The windows in pome of the'government offices were broken, A few arrests were made. Three .horses,: .with cutters, were stolen from the hotel sheds at Berlin; but were recovered. W. G. Bartram was elected president of the St. George's Society, London WH ttl--~ ftV4�f,V�VrtK MISS GERTRUDE BAPNU.M' .-Is one of the; women JeadeWiiptJthe; present otrlke of the Garment Work, era In New York. 1 1 1 37 40 4078 ;